Serbischer Historiker wirft Deutschland Sadismus vor

Kosovo-Politik Serbischer Historiker wirft Deutschland Sadismus vor
„Schlimmer als 1914“, „Viertes Reich“, „demokratischer Faschismus“: In Serbien werfen Historiker und Politiker Deutschland Erpressung und Sadismus vor. Grund für den Ärger ist die Kosovo-Politik. Zeitgleich verteufelt ein wichtiger serbisch-orthodoxer Bischof die EU – und bittet Gott um die Auflösung der Nato. mehr…

In Bosnien gibt es ebenso Katholische Bischöfe, welche auf die Skandalöse EU Politik hinweisen, wobei Kai Eibe in seinem Un Report 2004 schrieb, das der Westen schwere Fehler mit seiner Balkan Politik gemacht hat.

Der Deutsche Botschafter Peter Blomeyer, fordert produktive Arbeitsplätze im Kosovo

Ein altes Thema, und sehr richtig gesagt: Der Deutsche Botschafter fordert Investitionen in produktive Arbeitsplätze und nicht nur in Hotels und Lokale, wobei die Albaner unfähig sind ein Lokal oder Hotel zuführen, wie man in Albanien sieht, wo es Tausende von derartigen Kosovo Einrichtungen gibt und man sich nur eine Lebensmittel Vergiftung holt, oder vom verseuchten Meer und Wasser, noch Schlimmeres.

Produktive Arbeits Plätze sind das Schlagwort, aber auch vor 15 und mehr Jahren, was viele Spinner der Ökonomie Professoren und Betrugs Banker vergessen haben.
>Ambasadori gjerman: Investoni në ndërmarrje prodhuese, jo vetëm në hotele e restorante

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gjerAmbasadori gjerman në Kosovës, Peter Blomeyer, ka dhënë një intervistë të gjatë për gazetën Koha Ditore, ku shprehet se duhet ndryshuar struktura e ekonomisë në Kosovë.

Sipas ambasadorit Blomeyer, Kosova duhet të orientohet më shumë në krijimin e ndërmarrjeve prodhuese.

Por ai shton se sundimi i ligjit dhe forcimi i shtetit ligjor janë kushte kryesore për të mundësuar një zhvillim të shpejtë ekonomik.

“Nëse i hedhim një sy strukturës ekonomike të Kosovës, sipas mendimit tim, keni nevojë për ndërmarrje prodhuese, sepse e tërë ekonomia është e orientuar në mënyrë të fuqishme nga sektori i shërbimeve. Nuk do të duhej që gjithmonë të rindërtoheshin vetëm hotelet dhe restorantet, por do të ishte shumë më mirë nëse do të përqendroheshim në ngritjen e ndërmarrjeve prodhuese”, ka thënë ambasadori Blomeyer./ep


Ansonsten nimmt der Handelskrieg zwischen den Mafia Wirtschafts Monopolen immer neue Züge an


Albania-Kosovo Trade Dispute Escalates

After Pristina blocked imports of milk from two Albanian dairies, Tirana has responded by banning imports of flour from Kosovo, as the commercial row over toxins in food deepens. Read in browser »

Verwüstung des Gerichts: Kosovo-Gericht verschiebt Urteil nach Handelsblatt Die Stadt Mitrovica ist in einen serbischen Norden und einen albanischen Süden geteilt. Quelle: Reuters Pristina/BelgradNeue Konfrontation der KosovoSerben

Ist Slowenien das nächste Zypern?

Das hochgelobte Slowenien, von der Banken Mafia und der Privatisierungs Mafia ruiniert. Ein weiteres Modell der Desaster Weltbank und IMF Politik, nur mit Kriminellen und korrupten Firmen Alles zuprivatisieren, besser gesagt: zu stehlen

Ist  Slowenien das nächste Zypern?

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Die hauptsächlich staatlichen Banken in Slowenien schleppen mindestens 7  Milliarden Euro an faulen Krediten in ihren Bilanzen herum, was 20 Prozent des  BIP des Kleinstaates ausmacht. Noch ein Kandidat in der Eurozone der ein  Bankensystem hat, welches gerettet werden muss. Die Dominos fallen einer nach  dem anderen in Europa. Sechs Staaten der Eurozone mussten bisher…

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Die Banken Mafia und die Slowenien Pleite

Slowenien, Kroatien, Montenegro, Albanien und Griechenland sind total bankrott

Demonstration in Ljubljana in Slowenien

Corruption „made in austria“ in Serbia


Decriminalisation of Serbia

As it was forecast by the International Institute for Middle-East and Balkan Studies (IFIMES) in its pre-election research, last year’s presidential and parliamentary elections in Serbia were won by Tomislav Nikolić and his Serbian Progressive Party (SNS). In an unfair election race Nikolić and SNS defeated former President of the Republic of Serbia Boris Tadić and his Democratic Party (DS) which had been in power for almost 12 years.

Boris Tadić and his Democratic Party had controlled every segment of social life and almost all the media which they often (mis)used in a Goebbels manner to serve their goals. Despite those facts, European highest officials, mostly from the European Socialists circle, unreasonably supported Tadić and his politics.


The first question is what were the politics followed by Boris Tadić? Tadić and his Democrats often tried to present their politics as the continuation of the politics followed by the late Prime Minister and DS President Zoran Đinđić. Basically it a very unclear strategy of thinking one thing, saying another and doing something completely different, which had very few common points with the politics of the assassinated Prime Minister Đinđić.

Basically Tadić tried to present his politics as pro-European oriented, while the “schizophrenic” foreign policy based on the four pillars comprised of the EU, Russia, the US and China as well as the Non-Aligned Movement actually distanced Serbia from each individual foreign policy pillar.

The complete state structure of the Republic of Serbia was under the absolute control of Tadić and his party. The presidential system was established unconstitutionally. This was especially visible in the field of justice and the unsuccessful judicial reform. The Ministry of Justice headed by Minister Snežana Malović and state secretary Slobodan Homen was an illustrative example of the regime-led institution that dealt with politically motivated court proceedings. The High Court Council led by Nata Mesarević created the conditions for that kind of judicial policy.

The judicial reform was not implemented. Re-election was prevented to numerous judges and prosecutors who were not suitable and favoured by Tadić’s regime, so they lost their jobs. They were actually subjected to lustration. The prosecution office – one of the most corrupt institutions in Serbia – brought charges on the basis of the disputable Article 359 of the Criminal Code on the misuse of official position in order to deal with individuals who jeopardized and/or opposed to Tadić’s regime as well as all those who did not give in to blackmail or rejected to pay racket to the Democratic Party. Computerisation of the judicial system further complicated its functioning. High court fees prevented the less wealthy citizens to enter into court proceedings. This kind of judicial system offered no legal protection and sent a bad massage to potential foreign investors. Thus Serbia managed to realise merely EUR 700 million foreign investments, while EUR 3-5 billion would have been necessary in order to achieve economic progress in the country.

The media were “disciplined” and (self)censored through advertising agencies owned by Belgrade’s Mayor Dragan Đilas and influenced by the former adviser in Tadić’s office Srđan Šaper, which controlled the largest part of advertising space in the media. It is estimated that even during Slobodan Milošević’s regime there was a larger number of free media than under Tadić’s rule.

Tadić’s regime tried to prevent Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) and Tomislav Nikolić from taking over the government by persuading the highest official representatives in Brussels and Washington that they would advocate anti-European and anti-Western politics. Regrettably they managed quite successfully to persuade them. Similarly, they created barriers for the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) in order to prevent it from joining the Socialist International and the association of European socialists and social democrats.

Tadić’s neighbouring policy supported co-operation, but merely at the declarative level. Relations with Montenegro were constantly tense. Relations with Croatia represented an exchange of courtesies rather than true co-operation. As far as Bosnia and Herzegovina is concerned Tadić recognised and promoted Milorad Dodik as the inofficial co-president of Serbia. While officially advocating territorial integrity of Bosnia and Herzegovina, he at the same time supported Milorad Dodik who openly tried to disintegrate that state. While publicly Tadić tried to resolve the Kosovo issue, in practice he avoided implementing any solution and assuming any responsibility, which further aggravated the position of Serbs in Kosovo.


The formation of Serbian government is taking place under strong pressures from the EU which demands Serbia to intensify its fight against organised crime and corruption, or in other words to launch the “desanaderisation” and decriminalisation process in Serbia according to the Croatian model: to prosecute the highest representatives of Serbian authorities who have been involved in organised crime and corruption. However, since the Democratic Party pulls the main strings in the judicial system, that process can not be very intensive. The Democratic Party is simply trying to undermine the trust between Tomislav Nikolić, Ivica Dačić and Aleksander Vučić in order to postpone or avoid the prosecution of criminal offenders from the Democratic Party. Early elections would enable it to realise that goal.

The efforts to fight organised crime and corruption undertaken by Prime Minister Dačić and his deputy Vučić are certainly commendable. However, in order to prove that they have serious intentions to deal with crime and corruption, they have to ensure the prosecution of certain individuals who were or still are in power. Only this would lead to true decriminalisation of Serbia.

The EU increased its demands to prosecute those responsible for organised crime and corruption in Serbia after Austria initiated an investigation in September 2011 on the purchase of mobile operators in the region, notably of Mobtel, by the Austrian state company Telekom, and after the European Parliament (EP) adopted the Resolution on 29 March 2012 demanding Serbia to carry out a review of dubious privatisation processes. A notable case was that of Mobtel which was sold to the controversial Austrian businessman Martin Schlaff and subsequently to Norwegian Telenor for EUR 1.513 billion.

In previous analyses the IFIMES International Institute pointed out that certain highest officials of the Democratic Party behaved as an organised criminal group. During twelve years under Tadić’s Democratic Party, Serbian government has compromised itself and became entangled in organised crime and corruption, which is illustrated by numerous cases. Some of those examples have been pointed out by the EU in the European Parliament Resolution adopted on 29 March 2012, which Serbian government still hasn’t implemented. EP demanded Serbian authorities to carry out an investigation and review of dubious privatisation processes in 24 companies and to sanction those who are responsible.

Investigations into above privatisation processes have shown that in most of cases the key role was played by Boris Tadić and some high officials from his Democratic Party as well as Mlađan Dinkić, Minister and leader of the United Regions of Serbia (URS) coalition. The European Union has expressed serious doubts concerning the legality of company privatisation processes, including those of Sartid, Jugoremedija, Mobtel, C market and ATP Vojvodina. EU demanded Serbian authorities to declassify immediately documents on the privatisation and sale of those companies that were classified as State Secret which is contrary to professional and European standards.

In order to intensify and expand the scope of fighting organised crime and corruption, the key actors should be prosecuted. Investigations into dubious privatisation processes of Serbian companies have led to Tadić and Dinkić. The question is where the huge amounts of money from Milošević’s regime “disappeared” after democratic election on 5 October 2000 when it was transferred to foreign bank accounts, especially to Cyprus, and what role Mlađan Dinkić played in this process. Investigations should be carried out regarding Milorad Dodik’s suspicious transactions in Serbia and the origin of his property.

The IFIMES International Institute is of the opinion that most privatisations carried out in Serbia are not real privatisations but simply transfers of ownership rights without any direct investment. Greenfieldinvestments are the motor of development of any country, where the state can encourage and support economic development through various forms of subsidies.


Through a dubious privatisation process and with the support of Austrian businessman Martin Schlaff, Mobtel was sold to Norwegian operator Telenor at the time when Boris Tadić held a high function in one of the involved companies.

Namely, during his term of office as Minister of Telecommunication, Tadić also performed the function of the chairman of the management board of “JP PTT saobraćaja Srbije” (public enterprise of postal communications of Serbia), which had a joint company with Mobtel owned by Bogoljub Karić. From that period it is still not clear what role Tadić played in the initiation of bankruptcy procedure, determination of the amount of the share capital, preparation of the company for its sale to the buyer who was related to his Democratic Party, sponsorships and donations granted by the order of Boris Tadić etc. The investigating bodies have not examined nor processed Tadić on those issues yet….


The role of Martin Schlaff and Telecom Austria in these affairs is also being investigated in Austria, with Austrian Prosecutor’s Office conducting an investigation against Schlaff and other individuals who participated in these affairs. Besides the Prosecution’s investigation, an Investigating Commission of the Austrian Parliament was formed in September 2011, investigating the role of Martin Schlaff as well as the former Vice-Chancellor Hubert Gorbach who participated in this affair, former Chancellor Wolfgang Schüssel and other individuals involved. Right after the formation of the Investigating Commission Schüssel resigned from the position of the MP in the Austrian Parliament in order to enable undisturbed investigation.

It is obvious that this case encompasses elements of organized crime, which can be further proven by the involvement of former European Commissioner Benita Ferrero Waldner and some other highly positioned EU officials as well as Serbian functionaries in this affair. Austrian investigation will inevitably lead to Serbia where the role of Boris Tadić, Mlađan Dinkić, Vuk Jeremić, Srđan Šaper and others will have to be investigated and their connection with Martin Schlaff proven. The Prosecution believes that the hearing of Bogoljub Karić as the main witness will be of key importance to explain dubious privatisation of Mobtel, since he can provide answers to numerous questions, unveil the role of certain individuals and contribute to the conclusion of the investigation on the unlawful sale of Mobtel.

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Mit Granaten und schweren Waffen wurden 11 Albaner aus dem griechischen Gefängniss in Trikala befreit

Greece, 11 Albanians escape from prison 23/03/2013

11 Albanian prisoners escaped from the high security prison in Trikala, 320 km from Athens.
BBC says that the institution was attacked with firearm and grenades, leaving two employees wounded. The prisoners used ropes to get on the ground.
The fire exchange continued even inside the prison and the situation was solved only after the intervention of the commando forces.
Police raised several roadblocks and they are currently using a helicopter to find the prisoners and their collaborators.
According to the Greek media, the 11 fugitives are Albanian citizens, sentenced for robbery and theft.
Police found 400-500 bullet shells and traces of the grenade explosions.
“Kathimerini” newspaper says on its web page that the prison was attacked by 6 to 16 people.
A Prosecutor was sent at the area, while the Ministry of Justice will investigate how the automatic rifles entered the prison.
Another escape was planned last month in Triakala with the help of a helicopter, but the fast intervention of the police made Panajotis Vlasos fail with his attempt.
This took place one week after another Albanian prisoner tried to escape by taking six people hostage.

Erzbischof Chrysostomos: Zyprisches Kirchenoberhaupt fordert Euro-Austritt

Eine der verrückten Ideen der Europäer, überhaupt Zypern in die Euro Zone aufzunehmen.

Orthodoxe  Kirche Zyperns verlangt Euroausstieg

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Es ist erstaunlich wie die Kirche, egal welche, der Verarmung der  Bevölkerung durch die Schuldenkrise tatenlos und Kommentarlos zuschaut. Sonst  tun sie doch auch so, wie wenn sie sich für die Armen und Notleidenden in der  III. Welt einsetzen. Warum zu Hause nicht? Die Menschen in den europäischen  Krisenländern leiden durch die Armut und begehen schon Selbstmord,  weil…

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Die  EZB regiert jetzt in Zypern

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Die Aussage eines berüchtigten Finanzier, „gib mir die Kontrolle über das  Geld einer Nation und es interessiert mich nicht, wer dessen Gesetze macht,“ hat  sich mit Zypern wieder bestätigt. Eine Woche ist seit Beginn der Zypern-Krise  vergangen und es stellt sich heraus, der Souverän bestehend aus Regierung,  Parlament und Volk hat nichts, aber auch gar nichts zu sagen in…

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Ist  Slowenien das nächste Zypern?

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Die hauptsächlich staatlichen Banken in Slowenien schleppen mindestens 7  Milliarden Euro an faulen Krediten in ihren Bilanzen herum, was 20 Prozent des  BIP des Kleinstaates ausmacht. Noch ein Kandidat in der Eurozone der ein  Bankensystem hat, welches gerettet werden muss. Die Dominos fallen einer nach  dem anderen in Europa. Sechs Staaten der Eurozone mussten bisher…

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Erzbischof Chrysostomos: Zyprisches Kirchenoberhaupt fordert Euro-Austritt
Erzbischof Chrysostomos Zyprisches Kirchenoberhaupt fordert Euro-Austritt<
Die Orthodoxe Kirche in Zypern steckt mittendrin in der Bankenkrise. Nun empfiehlt das Oberhaupt, Erzbischof Chrysostomos, seinem Land einen Austritt aus der Euro-Zone. Die Begründung: Mit „diesen Genies in Brüssel“ werde die Währungsunion ohnehin auseinanderfliegen. mehr…

Lurid Child Rape Report Causes Anger in Albania: Ardian Prrenjasi

21 Mar 13
Lurid Child Rape Report Causes Anger in Albania
18.3.2013: Der Pedophile Kinder Mörder wurde verhaftet: Ardian Prrenjasi

A Tirana tabloid,, has angered some members of the public by publishing gruesome details about the rape of young boy by a paedophile who was recently arrested.

Besar Likmeta


Albania newspapers on sale in Tirana | Photo by : Axel Kronholm

A frontpage story about the rape of a young boy, published on Wednesday and allegedly based on confessions of the suspected molester, has provoked a storm of hostile comments in blogs and social networks.

Many readers have been unnerved by the publication of minute details of the case, fearing possible repercussions for the young victim.

They also have questioned whether such particulars legitimately serve the public’s interests, or rather serve the newspaper’s circulation goals.

In an interview for, Dom Gjergj Meta, a social commentator, described the article as so unsettling that it was hard to read. “I could not go beyond the first ten lines because it provokes such a sense of horror,” Meta said.

Following publication of the story, one journalist from the newspaper was reported to have resigned in protest, while its director, Anila Basha, has offered a half-hearted public apology.

In an editorial, Basha says that she „never thought the reaction to the story would be so big…I apologize for a publishing a truthful document, which public opinion might not like,” she wrote.

“I also apologize for not realizing that we still have not broken the taboo about publishing something that is true, no matter how sour and painful that might be,” Basha added.

Some commentators on social networks and blogs have accused Basha of trying to have it both ways.

Der Familien Club: Citaku und die Kosovo Politik, wo die EU 91 Kriterien nun aufstellte

Die sogenannte Aussenministerin Citaku im Kosovo ist auch nicht viel schlauer als die Präsidentin, wenn man nur gekaufte Schul Zeugnisse hat und die komplette Familien der Bauern, im Ministerium einstellt. Besser wird deshalb die Situation im Kosovo nicht, wenn man nie etas kapiert. 91 Kriterien stellt nun die EU auf, für den Verbrecher Staat Kosovo, wo Alles unter Kontrolle der Null Schule und Bauern Familien ist. Selbst die besten Kosovo Medien schreiben das 100-400 € ein Plagiat Titel nur kostet, was dann die Intelligenz dieser Leute mit gekauften Schul Zeugnissen deutlich macht, welche im Bodenlosen Nichts ist. Ausländer wechseln viel zu schnell, bevor sie oft merken, das man mit totalen Idioten und Betrügern zu tun hat, welche max. als Ziegenhirten arbeiten können, mit Fremdsprache.

Mit gefälschten Diplomen zur 2. höchsten Polizistin —–> Präsidentin des Kosovo aufsteigen: Atifete Jahjaga

eine Albanische Spezialität ist, das Personen auf dem Niveau von 3-jährigen Kindern, die 3 Fremd Sprachen sprechen, plötzlich Minister, Direktoren und angebliche Geschäftsleute sind.

pristina-and-belgrade-hash-out-deal-on-north-kosovo20 Mar 13
Pristina, Belgrade to Seal Deal on North Kosovo in April

Serbia and Kosovo are „close“ to hash out a deal on the Serb-run north of Kosovo, planned to be finalised in Brussels at the next round of talks on April 2.

European Commission wants tangible reforms from Kosovo

The commission is generally satisfied with Kosovo’s legal system progress, but that the country needs to do more with its implementation.

By Safet Kabashaj for Southeast European Times in Pristina — 20/3/13

photoKosovo institutions aim to fulfill commission requirements. [AFP]

Kosovo authorities are accelerating efforts to meet European Commission requirements as the country hopes to receive a stabilisation and association agreement in early summer.

Vlora Citaku, Kosovo minister for European integration, said the commission’s recent assessment of Kosovo’s EU progress, as well as the areas where the country failed to achieve progress, is fair.

„As in any other transitioning country with a low economic development, the challenges are similar … illegal migration, organised crime and corruption, the process of visa liberalisation,“ Citaku told SETimes.

To support reforms, the commission established a structured dialogue on the rule of law process to aid the country in the early stages of EU integration. However, Kosovo must address the reforms effectively and practically, the commission said.

„The fight against organised crime and corruption is at the centre of the EU integration process, and we know that reforms are difficult and will take a long time. The commission expects that Kosovo demonstrates a clear commitment to deliver concrete results,“ Stojan Pelko, spokesperson at the EU Pristina office, told SETimes.

The commission’s recent report, released last month, affirmed Kosovo’s progress in the legal system, but said that more action is required for implementation.

„Substantial progress was made in the public administration reform, protection of minorities and the rule of law. Kosovo has committed itself to addressing the remaining priorities,“ Pelko said.

Compared to 51 criteria for other regional countries, the commission introduced 91 criteria for Kosovo.

One of the EU requirements is that Kosovo adopts the law on personal names to enable Serbs to register in the Cyrillic alphabet. The measure will complicate the civil registry, with a high financial cost, officials said. To meet the demand, a new registry system will have to be adopted, and administrative, police and customs staff will need to be trained.

Kosovo membership in international organisations is also a problem, according to Citaku. A lost or stolen passport belonging to a Kosovo citizen cannot enter an Interpol database since the country is not a member of this organisation.


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Plagjiatura është vepër penale, titujt shkencorë me para

Publikuar: 15.04.2013 – 14:30

Prishtinë, 15 prill – Në këtë kohë nuk është problem që një individ të pajiset me titull shkencor. Krejt kjo punë, sipas raportimeve të ktv-së, mund të kushtojë nga 100 deri 400 euro dhe secili blen diplomën e përgatitur nga dikush tjetër.  Rektori i Universitetit, Ibrahim Gashi, thotë të jetë në dijeni për një dukuri të tillë, por universiteti publik nuk ka mundësi të ndalojë atë, pasi nuk e ka ende programin elektronik, me të cilin do të arrinte të detektonte shkallën e plagjiaturës në punimet shkencore.

Ai ka thënë se në këto rrethana profesori duhet ta zbulojë nëse studenti ka marrë atë temë apo e ka bërë të gatshme.  Rektori Gashi ka shtuar se pritet të ndërmerren masa, në mënyrë që të rritet përgjegjësia e profesorëve gjatë pyetjes së një studenti.  Plagjiaturën e dënon edhe Kodi i Ri Penal i Kosovës, ku neni 335 i tij i përcakton këto raste si mashtrime.,13,142651