Militär Geheim Dokumente des Pentagon, was Alles zusammen gelogen wurde.

Mit Vorsatz, wurden immer wieder Militär Berichte des Geheimdienstes ignoriert, weil Alles was die Pentegaon Mafia organisierte, willige Deutsche korrupte Gangster hat, die hoch dotiert nur Lügen verbreiten.Die Geheim Akten zum Irak Krieg, wo der Generalstab die Angaben zu Massenvernichtungs Waffen ebenfalls anzweifelte, Dumm Angela Merkel aber glaubte.

Chef des US-Militärgeheimdienstes DIA: Michael Flynn – US-Geheimanalyse Gefahr durch Islamisten ignoriert

What Donald Rumsfeld Knew We Didn’t Know About Iraq

The document reveals gaps of intelligence on WMD. Why didn’t the Pentagon chief share it?

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On September 9, 2002, as the George W. Bush administration was launching its campaign to invade Iraq, a classified report landed on the desk of the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. It came from Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, and it carried an ominous note.

“Please take a look at this material as to what we don’t know about WMD,” Rumsfeld wrote to Air Force General Richard Myers. “It is big.”

The report was an inventory of what U.S. intelligence knew—or more importantly didn’t know—about Iraqi weapons of mass destruction. Its assessment was blunt: “We’ve struggled to estimate the unknowns. … We range from 0% to about 75% knowledge on various aspects of their program.”

Myers already knew about the report. The Joint Staff’s director for intelligence had prepared it, but Rumsfeld’s urgent tone said a great deal about how seriously the head of the Defense Department viewed the report’s potential to undermine the Bush administration’s case for war. But he never shared the eight-page report with key members of the administration such as then-Secretary of State Colin Powell or top officials at the CIA, according to multiple sources at the State Department, White House and CIA who agreed to speak on condition of anonymity. Instead, the report disappeared, and with it a potentially powerful counter-narrative to the administration’s argument that Saddam Hussein’s nuclear, chemical and biological weapons posed a grave threat to the U.S. and its allies, which was beginning to gain traction in major news outlets, led by the New York Times.

While the threat posed by a nuclear-armed Iraq was at the heart of the administration’s case for war, the JCS report conceded: “Our knowledge of the Iraqi (nuclear) weapons program is based largely—perhaps 90%—on analysis of imprecise intelligence.”

The rationale for the invasion has long since been discredited, but the JCS report, now declassified, which a former Bush administration official forwarded in December, nevertheless has implications for both sides in the 2016 presidential race, in particular the GOP candidates who are relying for foreign policy advice on some of the architects of the war, and the Democratic front-runner, who once again is coming under fire from her primary opponent for supporting the invasion.

Then-Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz, whose military assistant was on the short list of people copied on the JCS report, is one of Jeb Bush’s foreign policy experts. Other supporters of the war, though they do not appear to have been aware of the JCS report, are involved in the various advisory roles in the 2016 campaign. John Bolton, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, is advising Ted Cruz; and Elliott Abrams and William Kristol are supporting Marco Rubio, whom Reuters reported is also briefed regularly by former Cheney adviser Eric Edelman.

The rise of ISIL and recent attacks in Paris and San Bernardino have given Democrat Bernie Sanders the ability to draw a straight line from the current Middle East chaos straight back to Clinton’s vote in favor of what he calls “one of the worst foreign policy blunders in the modern history of the United States,” a conflict that has claimed the lives of 4,500 Americans and some 165,000 Iraqis.

Rumsfeld was not under any legal or administrative obligation to circulate an internal DoD report, but not doing so raises questions about whether the administration withheld key information that could have undermined its case for war. Time and again, in the fall of 2002 and into early 2003, members of the administration spoke forcefully and without qualification about the threats they said Saddam Hussein posed. The JCS report undercut their assertions, and if it had been shared more widely within the administration, the debate would have been very different.

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The report originated with a question from the man whose obsession with “known unknowns” became a rhetorical trademark. On August 16, 2002, Rumsfeld asked Air Force Maj. Gen. Glen Shaffer, head of the Joint Staff’s intelligence directorate, “what we don’t know (in a percentage) about the Iraqi WMD program,” according to a Sept. 5 memo from Shaffer to Myers and three other senior military officials.

On September 5, Shaffer sent Myers his findings, titled “Iraq: Status of WMD Programs.” In a note to his boss, he revealed: “We don’t know with any precision how much we don’t know.”

And while the report said intelligence officials “assess Iraq is making significant progress in WMD programs,” it conceded that “large parts” of Iraq’s nuclear, chemical and biological weapons programs were concealed. As a result, “Our assessments rely heavily on analytic assumptions and judgment rather than hard evidence. The evidentiary base is particularly sparse for Iraqi nuclear programs.”

What Myers said when he received the report is not known, but by September 9, it had made its way across Rumsfeld’s desk, where it elicited his terse, typed summation: “This is big.”

But it wasn’t big enough to share with Powell, who in five months would be asked to make the U.S. case for war to the United Nations. Nor was it shared with other members of the National Security Council, according to former NSC staff. An intelligence official who was close to CIA Director George Tenet said he has no recollection of the report and said he would have remembered something that important.

Did President Bush see it? Or Vice President Dick Cheney? If they did, it didn’t temper what they said in public. Cheney had already kicked off the administration’s campaign in Nashville on August 27, saying, “The Iraqi regime has in fact been very busy enhancing its capabilities in the field of chemical and biological agents. And they continue to pursue the nuclear program they began so many years ago.”

„Many of us,“ he added, „are convinced that Saddam Hussein will acquire nuclear weapons fairly soon.“

This was the beginning of what White House chief of staff Andrew Card later called a campaign to “educate the public” about the threat from Iraq.

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Rather than heed the JCS’s early warning — as well as similar doubts expressed by some CIA, State Department and Defense Intelligence Agency officers — and seek more reliable intelligence, Rumsfeld and Cheney turned to a parallel intelligence apparatus they created that relied largely on information from Iraqi defectors and a network of exiles led by the late Ahmed Chalabi and his Iraqi National Congress…..

 

http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/01/iraq-war-wmds-donald-rumsfeld-new-report-213530

OLAF EU Ermittlungen wegen Betruges: Bulgarian First Investment Bank

Wenn die EU Betrugs Ermittlungs Behörde OLAF aktiv wird, das ist die Lage schon extrem schlimm. Normal wollen die EU Ratten Nichts von Betrug wissen, weil es zum System gehört und Wolfgang Hetzer erklärt als Ex-Vize Chef, gerne das System.

Im Mafia Construct der Bulgarischen First Investment Bank, ging es immer um Betrug, Geldwäsche und man operiert auch in Albanien, Griechenland und ist im EU System: auch EU finanziert. Das Problem mit dieser Bank ist seit vielen Jahren bekannt, wobei jedes Land Banken hat, wo kriminelle Politiker und Mafia Bosse der OK ihre illegalen Geld Transfers regelen können. Zypern, Mazedonien,Moldawien, Deutsche Bank, Goldman & Sachs, City Bank, HSBC, sind am berüchtigsten im Banken System, bei Privatisierungen und Geldwäsche wie Betrug.

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Bulgarian First Investment Bank: The Thief Who Cries ‘Stop Thief’

Bulgarian First Investment Bank: The Thief Who Cries ‘Stop Thief’

The Romanian prosecution clearly indicates that First Investment Bank is an accomplice to the crime

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In a press release distributed to the media, First Investment Bank (FIB) accuses Bivol of lying. The allegations of First Investment Bank’s involvement in fraud with EU funds in Romania are a lie. This is evidenced by official documents and reports of the competent authorities, is written in the press release.

FIB refers to the Romanian Prosecutor’s Office official announcement of the arrest of three Romanian nationals, officials from the Agency for Payments and Interventions in Agriculture, APIA, (analogue of the Bulgarian State Fund Agriculture). It does not refute in anyway Bivol’s publications.

Bivol cites in its investigation another much more authoritative and important official document. It is the rule of the Criminal Court in Bucharest from October 6, 2015, in case number 35889/3/2015, for 60 days detention for three Romanian government officials.

The rule states that Romania’s National Anticorruption Department (DNA) has established the following: Bulgarian Ivan Tanev, son of former Agriculture Minister Georgi Tanev, had actually controlled VM Corporation through the following intermediaries – attorney Snezhana Stoykova, Mila Georgieva, Stefka Stoeva, Nikolay Velinov and Vesselin Lafchiev who have been in Romania in connection with the tender procedure for deliveries of flour and cooking oil. The DNA investigation, with the help of OLAF, has established that these persons concluded contracts fraudulently with false documents, in an inaccurate and incomplete trade procedure, and were assisted in this by employees of APIA and an employee of the Bulgarian bank FIBANK which issued the bank letters of guarantee.

Съдебното решение, в което изрично се посочва, че функционери на ПИБ са съучастници в аферата.

Съдебното решение, в което изрично се посочва, че функционери на ПИБ са съучастници в аферата.

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It is evident that the Romanian prosecution has done its job; it has established the APIA employees who were involved; they have been arrested and charged. The investigation, the establishment and the indictments of individuals connected with FIB who have been accessories to the crime is not the job of the Romanian prosecutors, but of their Bulgarian colleagues. However, they have not done anything. The fact that until now the Special Anti-mafia Public Prosecutor has not initiated proceedings on the base of our investigations and the documents presented in them is bewildering.

Acting on the principle of “the thief is crying stop the thief”, First Investment Bank insists that it was the one that has submitted a signal to OLAF and the Prosecutor’s Office in 2013. However, this trick has not worked because the indictment of DNA is crystal clear – FIB, which is claiming that it is helping law enforcement, is itself involved in the fraud

In its investigation Bivol asked a few simple questions that we will repeat:

  • Why Bulgarian investigators or OLAF failed to check the allegations (see here) of the nominal owner of VM Corporation Valeri Petrov that his company’s seals were kept in the head office of FIB and that he has been brought there by Vesselin Lafchiev to sign contracts? Does this mean that de facto FIB had controlled the company and had prepared and stamped documents on its behalf?
  • Why isn’t anyone checking the connection between Mila Georgieva (arrested in the case “Killers 6” and listed in the indictment of the Romanian Prosecutor’s Office) with FIB’s majority shareholders Ivaylo Mutafchiev and Tseko Minev? It is a proven fact that Mila Georgieva has bought an apartment from Ivaylo Mutafchiev (see here). It is also a proven fact that Bulgarian companies with offshore owners, managed by Georgieva, have received millions in loans from FIB (see here) It is a fact that the owners of offshore companies are persons who are connected with Tseko Minev’s and Ivaylo Mutafchiev’s business.
  • Why isn’t anyone checking evidence of money laundering through a FIB account of the company BRANDEL SENT which was receiving huge amounts in cash – 100,000, 200,000 and 500,000 euro that left on the same day to accounts of offshore companies associated with the owners of the Bank, or to accounts of companies controlled directly by their relatives. A lawyer in Cyprus, who opened and closed the account in Bank of Cyprus where 19 million euro have been transferred and subsequently disappeared, has also received money from the same BRANDEL SENT account (see here).

If the Bulgarian Prosecutor’s Office investigates and sheds light on these matters, it will become clear whether and how FIB has aided the criminal scheme, as the Romanian prosecutors insist. Why is this not being done? Is there a political cover-up and pressure on investigators to ignore the evidence leading to FIB and its owners? Why did the prosecution drop the charges against FIB for granting unsecured credit to VM Corporation? To use the vocabulary of some magistrates – who issued an order not to “finish” FIB? Is this WHO an MP? Did his undeclared business obtain loans from FIB and does he have in FIB a personal account with 900,000 levs which he has never declared?

We remind that FIB has been sentenced in Romania and by the Bulgarian Court (see here) to pay the bank guarantee for VM Corporation, but the Bank refused to do so and is trying to exert an unacceptable pressure on the independence of the Bulgarian court.

Bivol has always complied with the strictest standards in journalism and has never published statements that are not supported by documents or at least by two mutually independent sources. Our media has an established international reputation; is quoted in the most prestigious global publications and is cooperating with them in international investigations. The specific investigation in the theft of the 26 million euro from Romania was conducted jointly with the investigating center Rise Romania.

Rise Romania and Bivol are members of the prestigious network of investigative journalists – the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP), which is synonymous worldwide with investigative journalism quality and standards.

High-Profile Court Hearings in Bulgaria Against Backdrop of OLAF Visit

Several high-profile hearings coincided with a visit to Bulgaria by the director general of the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF), Giovanni Kessler, who criticized the country yet again for not taking enough concrete actions to tackle corruption.

Screen Shot 2015-10-26 at 1.00.53 PMGiovanni Kessler, the director general of OLAF.He was a guest speaker at a public debate last week about corruption at European Union (EU) and national level, organized by Bulgarian deputy prime minister Meglena Kuneva.

“Judges must have the ability to punish. In Bulgaria, this is a big problem,” Kessler told the participants.

He stressed that anti-corruption measures include first and foremost good management of the administration, saying that curbing corruption was a decisive factor in whether a government succeeds.

“It is all about fighting corruption, but the fight against corruption in itself does not solve the problem. If you are only trying to convince people that you are fighting it without doing anything in particular, the situation will not change,” the OLAF chief said.

He also noted that the lack of trust in institutions and politicians seen in Bulgaria is a universal problem across the EU, but that in some countries it reaches very high levels in the political debate.

Kessler said Bulgaria needs a strategy to combat corruption that should include the three mandatory elements: prevention, detection and sanctions.

He also met with prime minister Boyko Borisov, and the two agreed that deepening the cooperation between OLAF and Bulgarian authorities to protect the financial interests of the EU was in their common interests.

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Bulgarian First Investment Bank: The Thief Who Cries ‘Stop Thief’

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Wie Bulgarien Drogen und Waffen an al-Qaida und an Daesh lieferte

Die am besten gehüteten Geheimnisse fliegen auf. Das Mafia-Kartell, das Bulgarien regiert, hat sich dabei ertappen lassen, dass es auf Anforderung der CIA gleichzeitig in Libyen und in Syrien Drogen und Waffen an al-Qaida und an Daesh geliefert hat. Die Angelegenheit ist besonders schwerwiegend, weil Bulgarien Mitglied der Nato und der Europäischen Union ist.

| Damaskus (Syrien)