Georg Soros, Europas kriminelle Kakerlake: Putin setzt US-Milliardär und Maidan-Helden Soros vor die Tür

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Regierungs Ratten, ohne Kompetenz und Glaubwürdigkeit
Regierungs Ratten, ohne Kompetenz und Glaubwürdigkeit

Putin setzt US-Milliardär und Maidan-Helden Soros vor die Tür

Scientolgy wurde ebenso in Russland verboten, wobei die MOON Sekte (Uniterd Church) wohl noch gefährlicher ist.

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Die Fonds des Multimilliardärs George Soros (laut Selbstdarstellung “Investor und Philanthrop”) sehen sich mit Vorwürfen konfrontiert, Staatstreiche wie zuletzt den sogenannten “Euromaidan” in der Ukraine finanziert zu haben. Der 85-Jährige Soros, den Kritiker einen CIA-nahen Plutokraten nennen, bestreitet eine Verwicklung in den Maidan-Faschismus und die Massenmorde in Kiew und Odessa. Soros hat von der neuen, prowestlichen Putsch-Regierung unter Milliardär Poroschenko und US-Marionette Jazenjuk in Kiew zwar einen Orden bekommen, aber sicher nur als Ehrenbezeugung unter Plutokraten.

George Soros established the Open Society Foundations to help countries make the transition from communism

Die “NGO” Open Society Foundations und die OSI Assistance Foundation seien als unerwünscht eingestuft worden, bestätigte die Sprecherin der Generalstaatsanwaltschaft, Marina Gridnewa, am Montag in Moskau. „Es wurde festgestellt, dass deren Tätigkeiten die Grundlagen der verfassungsmäßigen Ordnung Russlands und die Sicherheit des Staates gefährden”, begründete sie die Entscheidung.

Warum nur? Laut Wikipedia (wo unter Stichwort Euromaidan leider die bestialischen Massenmorde an Euromaidan-Gegendemonstranten von Odessa weiterhin vergessen werden) ist die Open Society Foundations (OSF), ehemals Open Society Institute (OSI) doch bloß “eine Gruppe von Stiftungen des amerikanischen Milliardärs George Soros, die den Gedanken der Offenen Gesellschaft durch Unterstützung von Initiativen der Zivilgesellschaft vertritt und politische Aktivitäten finanziert, insbesondere in Mittel- und Osteuropa…” Soros-Stiftungen sind laut Wikipedia weiter

“autonome Institutionen, die in vielen Ländern oder Regionen, insbesondere solchen des früheren Ostblocks, errichtet wurden. Die nationalen Abteilungen sind namensähnlich mit zentralen staatlichen Einrichtungen, und werden bewusst in deren Nähe platziert und wenn die Möglichkeit besteht, direkt in Regierungs- oder Verwaltungsgebäude eingemietet.”

-Je nach dem, wie weit die Durchsetzung des Menschenrechts auf Korruption von Regierungen durch Milliardäre schon gelungen ist. George Soros ist Multi-Milliardär und einer der reichsten Menschen der Welt. Auf der Forbes-Liste 2015 wird sein Vermögen mit ca. 24,2 Milliarden US-Dollar angegeben: Platz 29 der reichsten Menschen der Welt. Ist er imDienste Washingtons tätig -oder ist umgekehrt Obama seine Marionette? (Die er seinen reichen Freunden auch mal leihen würde, philanthropisch wie er ist)

Globale Netzwerke der Plutokratie

“Durch dieses weitverzweigte Netzwerk gewinnt George Soros weltweit den notwendigen Informationsvorsprung bei der Beobachtung und Beeinflussung neuer wirtschaftlicher und gesellschaftlicher Strömungen”, freut sich Wikipedia und behauptet: “Die Prioritäten und spezifischen Aktivitäten zur Beeinflussung werden jeweils vor Ort festgelegt” -und nicht, wie alle annehmen müssten, in den USA, in Soros Hauptquartier in Abstimmung mit der CIA: “Die Programme umfassen unter anderem die Förderung der Pressefreiheit, den Schutz der Menschenrechte sowie die Unterstützung wirtschaftlicher und sozialer Reformen und des Unternehmertums.” Ganz bestimmt. Weil Soros ja in den USA selbst gar nicht wüsste, wie er dort was für die Menschenrechte tun könnte -in einem Land, in dem ca. 100 Millionen Menschen in Armut leben, viele davon ohne Krankenversicherung und ärztliche Versorgung. Die USA brauchen das Geld schließlich für Milliardäre wie Soros, die dann die “Menschenrechte” in anderen Ländern fördern. Natürlich nur in gegnerischen Machtblöcken -oder tut Soros was für die Pressefreiheit in Saudi Arabien, wo gerade ein Lyriker hingerichtet werden soll?

Merkwürdig, dass die Russen Soros’ Philanthropie nicht so gern mögen… Russland hatte im Mai ein Gesetz verabschiedet, das die Generalstaatsanwaltschaft dazu berechtigt, in Abstimmung mit dem Außenministerium ausländische und international agierende NGOs für “unerwünscht” zu erklären, wenn die Behörden zu dem Schluss kommen sollten, dass diese Organisationen die Verfassungsordnung, Verteidigungsfähigkeit oder Staatssicherheit Russlands gefährdeten, vgl. Sputnik.

George Soros (gebürtig György Schwartz, * 12. August 1930 in Budapest) ist ein US-amerikanischer Investor ungarischer Herkunft und Betreuer vieler Fonds, unter anderem des Quantum Funds. Bekannt wurde er, als er im September 1992 auf die Abwertung des britischen Pfunds wettete, am Ende damit rund eine Milliarde US-Dollar verdiente und den Mythos der britischen Zentralbank zerstörte -jubiliert Wikipedia ihrem Helden im Dienste der globalen Dollar-Diktatur euphorisch zu und führt aus: “Im Zuge der Euromaidan-Proteste richtete seine Stiftung in der Ukraine das Ukraine Crisis Media Center ein. Nach dem Regierungswechsel forderte er einen “Marshall-Plan” für das Land. Am 23. August 2014 bedankte sich der Präsident Petro Poroschenko bei George Soros für dessen ‘Unterstützung der Ukraine und ihrer demokratischen Entwicklung’…”

Top Albanian Judge’s ‘Illegal’ Riches Come to Light

Tradition, der Deutschen IRZ Stiftung – nur mit Kriminellen und korrupten Richter: Der Fall: Rainer Deville – Alaudin Malaj

Judge mafia: Gjin Gjoni, Bujar Nishani, X. Zaganjori
Judge mafia: Gjin Gjoni, Bujar Nishani, X. Zaganjori
Rainer Deville - Alaudin Malaj
Rainer Deville – Alaudin Malaj

BIRN discovered that over the eight years, the 25 judges spent over 840,000 euro on cars alone. Only four of the 25 judges from the court do not own cars, despite having an annual salary of just 1.58 million lek (€11,200).

The Albanian Construction Mafia: Algan Sh.P.K. Money Laundering in court

and his wife:  Alaudin Malaj Mafia Notar since 2013

01 Dec 15

Top Albanian Judge’s ‘Illegal’ Riches Come to Light

The head of the Tirana Appeals Court is accused of earning more than €1.6 million through illegal schemes that involved family members.

Aleksandra Bogdani
BIRN

Tirana

Tirana Appeals Court Judge Alaudin Malaj | Photo by : LSA

After 22 years as a judge, Alaudin Malaj, the head of the Tirana Appeals Court, believes owing Cartier watches is no sign of a luxurious lifestyle.

In an interview last month, the judge, who has been charged with money laundering and concealing his wealth, added that cars that are not brand new cannot be considered luxury items, either.

“I cannot accept that a car produced in 2008 is luxurious,” Malaj told Albania’s Ora News TV.

The judge drives a 2011 Mercedes S350, which cost him €63,000, a fraction of his disclosed wealth, estimated at €1.7 million.

According to the High Inspectorate for the Declaration and Audit of Assets and Conflict of Interests, HIDAACI, much of this money was amassed illegally.

It was then concealed through a scheme that involved lodging companies in the name of relatives to cover the origin of the cash.

The HIDAACI says that in 2003, the first year when the law forced public officials and judges in Albania to disclose their assets, Malaj had a declared wealth of €60,000.

Eleven years on, the family of the Appeals Court judge is estimated to own combined assets worth €1.7 million spread over business investments and real estate.

After a recent audit of his assets disclosures declarations, the HIDAACI discovered that the judge and his wife had received shares in companies from his parents – transfers that the agency deems fraudulent.

The investigation into the judge’s assets revealed that Malaj and his wife, Edlira, received 46 million lek (€337,000) and two apartments from the judge’s parents alone.

Meanwhile, the judge’s wife has been declared the administrator or owner of two construction companies that Malaj’s parents founded. She also owns a pharmaceutical company in Kosovo.

The HIDACCI says that over an 11-year period, Malaj filed 24 fake asset disclosure declarations to cover the real source of his wealth.

The Durres prosecutor’s office is investigating the charges against him and has filed criminal proceedings.

Malaj refused to comment to BIRN on the charges that the HIDAACI has filed. However, in the TV interview last month, he expressed shock that the agency had made his wealth public.

“I have the earnings from my salary and from participation on various boards and my wife has a public notary business,” he said.

“People in political circles have got used to making millions without any work, which is why they bother us judges,” Malaj added.

Real estate proves safe bet

Alaudin Malaj is a career judge. Since completing college studies in 1993, he has been a first instance and appeals court judge.

In 2014, the centre-left ruling parties blocked a presidential decree nominating him to the Supreme Court owing to a political row with the head of state.

Earlier, in 2006, Malaj was transferred from Vlora Appeals Court to the Tirana Appeals Court.

In 2012, the High Council of Justice nominated him as head of the Tirana Appeals Court.

According to his asset disclosure declaration, in 2003 Malaj owned only an apartment of 106 square metres.

He bought this for 7.8 million lek (€52,700), which he collected through the sale of another apartment in Vlora and a loan from his parents of 2.85 million lek (€20,000).

The HIDAACI says that Malaj lied in his disclosure about receiving a loan from his parents because the sum never appeared in his subsequent declarations with the agency.

According to the HIDAACI, Malaj bought six apartments in Tirana and Durres between 2003 and 2014, while his father gifted Malaj’s wife, Edlira, with two other apartments.

The real estate portfolio turned into a cash generator for the judge’s family after he rented some of them out at above-market rates and sold others for many times the purchase price.

In his asset disclosure declaration in 2010, Malaj says he had bought a single-storey villa in a resort in the village of Golem near Durres for $35,000 (€32,900).

Four years later, he sold the same villa for €150,000.

The HIDAACI also claim to have discovered a dubious scheme of real-estate transfers involving his father and wife.

Malaj’s father, Hasan, bought one apartment in 2006 for €61,000 and gave it to Edlira in 2012, it noted.

In 2014, Edlira sold the gifted apartment to her brother for €120,000. The HIDAACI says that neither the judge’s father nor his brother-in-law had any income that could explain where they got the money to buy the apartments.

“This type of transaction, acquisition and sale of real estate among family members is a typical money laundering scheme,” the HIDAACI file with the prosecutor’s office says.

Malaj and his wife seemed to stop their real estate investments in 2010 when they declared the purchase of the home where they now reside on Sami Frasheri St in Tirana, near the city’s artificial lake.

The duplex apartment covers more than 300 square metres. Malaj says he bought it for 21.5 million lek (€158,000), which means a cost €442 per square metre.

The HIDAACI underlines in its complaint to the prosecutors that the declaration must be false.

This is because the company that constructed the apartment complex, TID sh.p.k., says each square metre in the building was sold for between €800 and €2,000.

The calculations of the HIDAACI show that the apartment in 2010 must therefore have been worth about 54 million lek (€368,160).

“The apartment had a minimum cost of 34 million lek (€250,000) and a maximum cost of 70 million lek (€514,000),” the complaint with the prosecutor’s office reads.

New business opened in Kosovo

The judge’s immediate family meanwhile controls four companies, including Algan sh.p.k., a construction company founded in 1998, Lili sh.p.k., trading in trade bottled water, founded in 2002, Rigels Sh.p.k., another construction company, founded in the same year, and lately Medbrand KS, a pharmaceutical company created in Pristina in October 2014.

In the complaint filed against Malaj, the HIDAACI says it suspects the judge used companies held in the name of his family members to conceal illegal income and assets through the transfer of shares or the use of joint personal and company accounts.

Algan sh.p.k is the family’s most important business. The judge’s mother founded the construction company but his brother controls it now. Over 14 years, the company has raked in 221 million lek (€1.62 million) in profits.

In 2007, Malaj’s wife, Edlira, became a shareholder after her mother-in-law gifted her 40 per cent of the shares worth 3.9 million lek.

As a shareholder Edlira Malaj has earned millions in dividends and also took out a loan in the company’s name to buy the Tirana duplex apartment on Sami Frasheri St.

In the 2014 asset declaration, Edlira Malaj wrote that she had withdrawn from Algan sh.p.k, and from the shares given to her in 2007 and had sold them back to her mother-in-law for 3.9 million lek.

At the same time, Edlira has also been a shareholder in the company Rigels Sh.p.k, after her father-in-law gifted her 90 per cent of the shares. However, her income from this company has been less.

In 2013 she opened a notary office, creating another source of revenue for the family.

Her asset disclosure claims that she earned 25 million lek (€180,000) from the business in 2013 and 14 million lek (€100,000) in 2014.

HIDAACI believes this self-declaration is false because such revenues are far suspiciously high for a public notary business.

In October 2014, Edlira Malaj founded the company Medbrand KS Sh.p,k. in Pristina with a starting capital of €1,000.

The Kosovo business register says the company of two employees engages in the wholesale trade of orthopedic medical equipment.

The criminal complaint filed by the HIDAACI says Malaj transferred €300,000 to the company in Pristina.

Of this figure, €150,000 of which came from the house sold in the village of Golem, €100,000 from an apartment she sold to her brother and €50,000 from her bank account.

HIDAACI has no record of how this money was invested in Kosovo. However, in the complaint, Chief Inspector Shkelqin Ganaj asserts that the judge has accumulated €1.6 million by hiding the origin of the money through false declarations.

“The suspect has concealed his wealth and made false declaration of his private interests while there are suspicions of money laundering,” the agency concluded.

http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/top-albanian-judge-s-illegal-riches-come-to-light-12-01-2015

 

Mafia NGO’s in Albania mit Kriminellen Internationalen, welche ihre Inkompetenz und korrupte Verdummung zelebrieren

 

Immer dabei: die USA Mafia mit Gavin Weise hier mit Alaudin Malaj. Andere Organisationen machten bei der Millionen schweren Geld Vernichtung fuer einen angeblichen Justiz Aufbau ebenso mit.

Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe

Diese Treffen werden organisiert und von EURALIUS finanziert. Um genauer zu sein, hat EURALIUS mehr als 20 Jahren, mit unseren Gesetzen und Codes umzugehen

EU Justiz Mission EURALIUS der Camorra Organisation IRZ-Stiftung
EU Justiz Mission EURALIUS der Camorra Organisation IRZ-Stiftung
Das von den Deutschen etablierte „Camorra“ Justiz, weil man Geldwäsche aktiv begleitet und Betrug in allen Formen rund um den Drogen- und Frauen Handel: IRZ Stiftung und Co. mit der EURALIUS Mission unterwegs
Deutschland hat als praktisch Weltweit einziges Land, nicht einmal die UN Anti Korruptions Konvention ratifiziert, als einziges Land der EU, ist Politiker Bestechung Straffrei, mit Ausnahme Stimmen Kauf.