nachdem erneuten IMF Beratungs Desaster, geht es weiter Bergab mit Griechenland

Griechenland vollkommen ruiniert durch die Goldman & Sachs Mafia, Deutsche Bangster und vollkommen korrumpiert durch Deutsche Politiker. Die falsche Beratung des IMF, gab Griechenland den Rest.

7 Fehler des IWF in Griechenland

19. Juli 2016 / Aufrufe: 1.558 3 Kommentare

Ein interner Bericht stellt 7 Fehler des Internen Währungsfonds in Griechenland fest.

Wie die griechische Zeitung „Kathimerini tis Kyriakis“ in einem exklusiven Artikel berichtete, zieht der Internationale Währungsfonds (IWF) mit einem internen Bericht die Bilanz des ersten in Griechenland, aber auch in Portugal und Irland zu Anwendung gebrachten Programms und schreitet zu einer sehr strengen Kritik hinsichtlich der befolgten Praktiken.

Der interne Bericht stellt Teil der Arbeit einer Gruppe von dem IWF unabhängiger Ökonomen und Experten dar, die das Programm mittels einer Reihe von Befragungen und interner Unterlagen gründlich studierten.
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Brain-Drain kostete Griechenland 50 Mrd Euro

20. Juli 2016 / Aufrufe: 572 1 Kommentar

Die massenweise Abwanderung qualifizierter Arbeitskräfte und Wissenschaftler während der Krise kostete Griechenland bisher über 50 Milliarden Euro!

Die Endeavor Greece, eine internationale nicht gewinnorientierte Organisation zur Unterstützung des Unternehmertums, erfasst Mehrwert und Steuereinnahmen, die von den während der Dauer der Krise aus Griechenland ins Ausland abgewanderten Griechen in den Aufnahmeländern generiert werden.

Den Daten aus den Aufnahmeländern und inländischen Untersuchungen zufolge beträgt der geschätzte Abfluss an Humankapital seit Januar 2008 bis heute zwischen 350.000 (Schätzung der Endeavor) und 427.000 (Schätzung der griechischen Bank) Personen.
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Absturz der Einzelhandelsumsätze in Griechenland

31. Juli 2016 / Aufrufe: 1.127 4 Kommentare

Die Daten der ELSTAT zeigen einen schockierenden Rückgang der Umsätze des Einzelhandels in Griechenland, da die Verbraucher ihren Konsum drastisch einschränken.

Die Daten über den Markt in Griechenland sind außerordentlich beunruhigend, da die Griechen immer mehr vermeiden, zu konsumieren. Laut der griechischen Statistikbehörde ELSTAT war der Rückgang der Umsätze des Einzelhandels im Mai 2016 groß, da er im Vergleich zum Mai 2015 um 8% zurückging.

Aus den diachronischen Daten der ELSTAT geht sogar hervor, dass der diesjährige Mai der schlimmste Monat seit wenigstens 2010 war, als die einschlägigen Indizes zum letzten Mal revidiert wurden.
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Griechenlands Rentenkassen brechen zusammen

29. Juli 2016 / Aufrufe: 2.581 Keine Kommentare

Die Explosion der Verbindlichkeiten an die Kassen in Griechenland gefährdet ernsthaft die Renten, während zigtausende Rentner erneut empfindliche Kürzungen ihrer Bezüge sehen.

Die Gesamtschulden an die Versicherungskassen in Griechenland übersteigen 25 Mrd. Euro. Davon sind Forderungen in Höhe von 16,6 Mrd. Euro an die Zentrale für Beitreibung für Versicherungsschulden (KEAO) weitergeleitet worden, da sie sich auf Personen mit Verbindlichkeiten von jeweils über 5.000 Euro beziehen.

Derzeit befinden sich 147.300 Kassen-Schuldner in einer Ratenzahlungsvereinbarung. Davon werden gerade einmal 50.200 Vereinbarungen weiterhin regulär bedient. Von den übrigen Regulierungen sind 88.200 annulliert und nur 8.840 vollendet worden.
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Mittelalterliche Arbeitsumstände in Griechenland

23. Juli 2016 / Aufrufe: 1.356 3 Kommentare

Infolge sogenannter flexibler Arbeitsverhältnisse und unverschämter Ausbeutung verdienen in Griechenland 127000 Arbeitnehmer weniger als 100 Euro brutto im Monat.

Die immer schlimmere Schrumpfung der Einkommen der Arbeitnehmer, den steilen Anstieg der Arbeitslosigkeit, das Vorherrschen der flexiblen Beschäftigungsformen und den Absturz der Löhne in den letzten fünf „memorandischen“ Jahren in Griechenland gibt ein Positionspapier über die Arbeitsverhältnisse wieder, das von dem griechischen Arbeitsministerium an den Sachverständigen-Ausschuss übermittelt wurde.

Das besagte Positionspapier reflektiert die tragischen Umstände, unter denen tausende Bürger zu leben gezwungen sind, da ihr Monatslohn … 100 Euro nicht übersteigt.
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Gekaufte Politiker in Berlin und in Brüssel: die grosse Gefahr: Zucker

Die vollkommen korrupte EU Commission ist schon einmalig in der Welt und die Berliner Politiker sowieso.

Zucker ist heute das Volks Gift, vor allem auch für Kinder

Doku: Dienstag, 13. Oktober um 20.15 Uhr : Das große Geschäft mit dem Zucker

Press release

Food lobby rigs EU sugar laws while obesity and diabetes spiral out of control

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Over half the population of the European Union (EU) is overweight or obese. Without effective action, this number will grow substantially in the next decade warns an important new report.‘A Spoonful of Sugar: How the Food Lobby Fights Sugar Regulation in the EU’, by the research and campaign group Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO), notes that obesity rates are rising fastest among lowest socio-economic groups. That’s because energy-dense foods of poor nutritional value are cheaper than more nutritious foods, such as vegetables and fruit, and relatively poor families with children purchase food primarily to satisfy their hunger.

The report argues that more people than ever before are eating processed foods as a large part of their diet. Bad for health, but good for the industry because sugar-rich processed foods have the highest profit margins (unlike fruit and vegetables), and the easiest way to make industrial, processed food cheap, long-lasting and enhance the taste is to add extra sugar as well as salt and fat to products.

There is an increasing body of scientific evidence showing the key role sugar plays in fuelling rocketing rates of obesity, heart disease and type 2 diabetes, as well as some types of cancer, and the new report argues that in cold economic terms the cost to European GDP is alarming. In the United Kingdom, the cost of obesity is estimated at £27 billion per year, and approximately seven per cent of national health spending in EU member states as a whole is due to obesity in adults. This is aside from indirect costs to societies such as sickness and early death or the impacts on carers.

So why isn’t action being taken to address this health crisis?

Simply because the food industry is able to resist regulation. The CEO report notes that the food industry has vigorously mobilised to stop vital public health legislation in this area by:

Pushing free trade agreements and deregulation drives that undermine existing laws;

Exercising undue influence over EU regulatory bodies;

Capturing scientific expertise;

Championing weak voluntary schemes;Outmaneuvering consumer groups by spending billions on aggressive lobbying.

Health policies, like mandatory sugar reductions, sugar taxes and food labels, would help consumers make healthier choices. But the leverage which food industry giants have over EU decision-making has helped the sugar lobby to see off many of these threats to its profit margins.

The report argues that key trade associations, companies and lobby groups related to sugary food and drinks together spend an estimated €21.3 million annually to lobby the EU.

The bottom line is money and profit. This trumps any notion of public health and the public interest. CEO explains that Europe is the world’s biggest food and drinks exporter, and food giant Nestlé is its most valuable corporation, valued at €208 billion – even more than Royal Dutch Shell.

The report states:

The European Commission and institutions such as the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) have been far too willing to listen to industry’s messages, reflecting their all too often overly close relationship with the food and drink industry.

It stresses that many of the initiatives that would help Europeans eat less sugar are weak and voluntary or challenged by the EU itself when enacted at nation state level: the capture of EU regulatory bodies is a major cause for concern.

Trade deals like TTIP and CETA could help the sugar lobby even more. The report notes that similar deals have already been used to force Mexico to pay hundreds of millions in compensation for taxing sugar.

While industry-funded studies influence European Food Standards Authority (EFSA) decisions, Coca Cola, Nestlé and other food giants engage in corporate propaganda by sponsoring sporting events and major exercise programmes to divert attention from the impacts of their products and give the false impression that exercise and lifestyle choices are the major factors in preventing poor health.The report goes on to say:

Trade lobby groups and food industry giants sponsor research into subjects such as obesity and diabetes, sometimes in partnership with the European Commission (EC). This can set industry-friendly parameters and result in publication bias. Decades of research emphasis on fat, exercise, and calorie counting has helped distract nutrition advice from the specific dangers of sugar.

SDSM and Soros Activists publicly call for burning of Govt buildings

SDSM and Soros Activists publicly call for burning of Govt buildings

No deal yet, SDSM wants control of police

Terror as Business: Nuland, Bailey, Hoyt Yee and Haindl

SDSM’s Spasovski helped Kosovo terrorists to escape, pocketed money

Tuesday, 19 July 2016

SDSM’s interim Minister of Interior, Oliver Spasovski was reported today to have wasted 175,000 euros of the police budget by calling up 1,450 policemen and employing 176 vehicles in an ‚operation‘ in NW Macedonia.

 

However, the 175,000 euros wasted is just the begining. The massive police operation kicked off after a tip that 40-50 terrorists from neighboring Kosovo had entered Macedonia, with plans to attack prisons housing the terrorists who were captured in Kumanovo.

 

Oliver Spasovski was reported to have been in communication with the leaders of the Kosovo group. The communication went through the now jailed Zekir Bekiri Chaush. Flashback, in Zekir Bekiri’s office last year were  found 70 bulletproof vests, the same vests that were used by the terrorist group in Kumanovo.

 

Sources within the police have stated for Macedonian Media, SDSM’s Oliver Spasovski helped the Kosovo terrorist group to escape back to Kosovo after it was discovered by our security services.

Through Zekir Bekiri, Oliver Spasovski spoke to the group leaders, telling them which parts would be open for them to escape back. Spasovski directed the police to surround the wrong areas, thus allowing them to escape. In the process, 175,000 euros were spent on bringing in a huge police force.

The same sources for Skopje media stated for the creation of ’safe passage‘ for the terrorists, Spasovski was financially rewarded by the Kosovo group. http://macedoniaonline.eu/content/view/29835/2/

EBRD – Mafia, Sir Suma Chakrabarti: Finanzierung von Verbrecher Clans als System

Capo der EU Mafia: Immer neue Gelder ohne jede Kontrolle! Immer mit Verbrechern vor Ort als Partner, nie transparent, überteuerte Projekte sind gut dokumentiert, wie die EBRD Mafia überall arbeitet. Oft gibt es enorme Umwelt Vernichtung, was den Banditen egal ist. Unsinnige Finanzierung von überflüssigen Zement Fabriken, wie „TITAN“ aus Griechenland, in Albanien, als Nr. 10 Zement Werk

So verkaufen die Gangster, wenn man direkt die dümsmten Mafia Gestalten rund um das Mittelmeer finanziert und weit über 50 % der Gelder im Bauschrott, oder den „Schwarzen Löchern“ der Balkan Mafia verschwindet. Die Anfrage des EU Rechenschaftshofes, wo die 3,5 Milliarden € im Kosovo verblieben sind, bleibt von der EBRD, den zuständigen Kommissaren wie Stefan Füle unbeantwortet bis heute. Erinnert an das USAID System, wo mit Verbrecher Clans, nur Geld vernichtet wird, oder an die im Irak verschwundenen 11 Milliarden $.

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It has continued to support progress in its traditional countries of operations while reaching out to new areas in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean and helping on a temporary basis to restore economic growth in Cyprus and Greece.

The Bank has also scaled up its climate financing and is making a very strong contribution to the reduction of energy waste and the development of renewable sources of energy.

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Assumed office

Program for the rebirth of agribusiness in Albania

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The Albanian government and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) signed today (26.07) in Tirana the financial support agreement for Albanian agribusiness.

The agreement aims at assisting all those enterprises that operate in the domain of agribusiness, the most vital sector for the country. This agreement makes it easier for banks to offer loans for those who work in the countryside.

The agreement was signed by the president of EBRD, Sir Suma Chakrabarti and the Albanian PM, Edi Rama.

The project is considered innovative and the Albanian government is hoping for it to have a real impact on the economy of the country.

According to PM Rama, a new phase of development will come for the rural areas, as the agricultural sector will be offered more support through this project which offers more opportunities to those who want to invest in rural areas.

“This program will be an added value in the path to move from the agriculture of poverty to that of sustainable development”, Rama said.

This is a program that brings together the Albanian government, EBRD and several other second level commercial banks. Thanks to their involvement in this program between the government and EBRD, these banks will offer more loans to those people who want to invest in rural areas, in further increasing exports and the sustainability of the economy of rural areas.

Analysts say that the number of companies which are looking to invest in agriculture, is growing. Many of them have made their wealth in other ways, such as construction, commerce, etc. But now, they are diversifying their portfolio with agriculture by investing in production and export of agricultural produce. /balkaneu.com/

Aserbeichan Mafia: immer dabei:

Lost in transition – 25 years of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

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This report examines a selection of cases monitored by CEE Bankwatch Network and its partners in recent years and highlights some of the weaknesses observed in the EBRD’s approach to environmental, social, democracy and development issues.

On 15 April 2016 the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) will mark its 25th anniversary. This opportunity should kick-start a debate about what the London-based public bank has achieved since it started operations in 1991 and to reflect on its future.

Goldman & Sachs Mafia im Welt grössten Finanzskandal rund um die „PetroSaudi” und Malaysia

Eine Milliarde Schmiergeld auf das Konto ist nicht schlecht und ein paar Morde gehören auch dazu.

Der Diebstahl und vom FBI untersuchte Betrug ist noch viel grösser, als der BCCI Skandal, die Iran Contra Affäre und heute erneut mit den selben Hintermännern wie Prinz Turku.

Die Deutsche Bank (Vorstand) immer dabei bei diesen Betrugs Geschäften:

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Teill I in 2012:

30 Jahre korruptes Regime in Malaysia mit Taib Mahmud

Da tobt die NATO in Syrien herum, mit viel dummen Geplabber, aber über Malaysai und das korrupte Regime des Taib Mahmud Clans, schweigt man. Libyen, Tunesien, Salih Berisha in Albanien, regierten keine 30 Jahre! 1 Milliarde $ auf dem Privaten Konto, ist Welt Rekord

Mit seiner Ehefrau aus Syrien

Teil II: der grösste Welt Finanz Skandal und erneut Goldman & Sachs der Motor diese Betruges rund um kriminelle Regierungen, Prinz Turku schon wieder und erinnert an den grössten Welt Skandal zuvor: dem Geldwäsche, Drogen, Waffen Geschäften rund um die Iran Contra Äffäre.

Die grossen Verbrecher Kartelle, rund um die von dem Deutschen Steuerzahler finanzierte Kriegs und Betrugs Kartelle der Atlantik Brücke e.V.

Der Leiter des Rechercheverbund NDR, WDR und Süddeutsche Zeitung, die für die Recherche und publikation der Panama Papers in Deutschland verantwortlich ist heisst Georg Mascolo.Von krimineller Energie getrieben, Lügen Non-Stop zuverbreiten, von der Geldwäsche korrupter US Firmen ablenken: in den USA sind praktisch alle Gross Firmen daran beteiligt, ihr Geld zuwaschen über Offshore Firmen, inklusive Steuer Betrug ohne Ende. Über diesen Betrug im Billarden Stile, schweigt die gekaufte Deutsche Medien Presse.

„Geheime Netzwerke“

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Wie verlaufen die Geldflüsse? Mark Lombardi macht sie sichtbar.

According to a series of leaked US embassy cables published by Wikileaks in August 2011, the United States

Tim Leissner, chairman of Goldman Sachs Southeast Asia’s operations, has taken a “personal leave” amidst corruption scandals associated with Malaysia’s state-owned 1MDB fund, with which Goldman worked closely.

President of Goldman’s Singapore operations since 2006 and chairman of its Southeast Asia operations since 2014, Leissner oversaw the bank’s operations in Malaysia, where it became the top international bank with a 20.3 percent market share since 2010.

Gut geschmiert die Politiker in Malaysia durch die Saudis und Goldman & Sachs

How a jailed former banker and a lone British journalist broke a story that shook the world

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On 22 June 2015, Xavier Justo, a 48-year-old retired Swiss banker, walked towards the front door of his brand new boutique hotel on Koh Samui, a tropical Thai island. He had spent the past three years building the luxurious white-stone complex of chalets and apartments overlooking the shimmering sea and was almost ready to open for business. All he needed was a licence.

Justo had arrived in Thailand four years earlier, having fled the drab world of finance in London. In 2011, he and his girlfriend Laura toured the country on a motorbike and, two years later, they got married on a secluded beach. The couple eventually settled down in Koh Samui, a tourist hotspot, just an hour’s flight south of Bangkok. After trying out a couple of entrepreneurial ventures, Justo eventually decided that he would go into the hotel business. He bought a plot with an imposing house and began building: adding a gym, villas and a tennis court.

That June afternoon, he was expecting a visit from the tourism authorities to sign off on the paperwork. Instead, a squad of armed Thai police burst through the unlocked door, bundling Justo to the ground. The officers tied their plastic cuffs so tightly around Justo’s wrists that he bled on the dark tiled floor. The police quickly moved into his office, ripping out the computers and emptying the filing cabinets.

After two days in a ramshackle local jail, Justo was flown to Bangkok and paraded before the media, in a press conference befitting a mafia kingpin. Still wearing shorts and flip-flops, he was flanked by four commandos holding machine guns, while a quartet of senior Royal Thai Police officers briefed the assembled reporters on the charges against him.

Justo was charged with an attempt to blackmail his former employer, a little-known London-based oil-services company named PetroSaudi. But behind this seemingly mundane charge lay a much bigger story.

Six months earlier, Justo had handed a British journalist named Clare Rewcastle Brown thousands of documents, including 227,000 emails, from the servers of his former employer, PetroSaudi, which appeared to shed light on the alleged theft of hundreds of millions of dollars from a state-owned Malaysian investment fund known as 1MDB.

The documents that Justo leaked have set off a chain reaction of investigations in at least half a dozen countries, and led to what Loretta Lynch, the US attorney general, described last week as “the largest kleptocracy case” in US history.

According to lawsuits filed last week by the United States Department of Justice (DoJ), at least $3.5bn has been stolen from 1MDB. The purpose of the fund, which was set up by Malaysia’s prime minister, Najib Razak, in 2009, was to promote economic development in a country where the median income stands at approximately £300 per month. Instead, the DoJ alleged that stolen money from 1MDB found its way to numerous associates of Prime Minister Najib, who subsequently went on a lavish spending spree across the world. It also accused Najib of receiving $681m of cash from 1MDB – a claim he denied. Money from 1MDB, the US also claimed, helped to purchase luxury apartments in Manhattan, mansions in Los Angeles, paintings by Monet, a corporate jet, and even financed a major Hollywood movie.

The US justice department breaks the alleged theft down into three distinct phases: the first $1bn defrauded under the “pretence of investing in a joint venture between 1MDB and PetroSaudi”; another $1.4bn, raised by Goldman Sachs in a bond issue, misappropriated and fraudulently diverted to a Swiss offshore company; and $1.3bn, also from money Goldman Sachs raised on the market, which was diverted to a Singapore account.

United States Department of Justice has claimed that money from 1MDB was used to buy Claude Monet’s Nymphéas Avec Reflets de Hautes Herbes, valued at $57.5m.
United States Department of Justice alleges that money from 1MDB was used to buy Claude Monet’s Nymphéas Avec Reflets de Hautes Herbes, valued at $57.5m. Photograph: David Levene for the Guardian

“A number of corrupt 1MDB officials treated this public trust as a personal bank account,” Lynch told the press last week. “The co-conspirators laundered their stolen funds through a complex web of opaque transactions and fraudulent shell companies, with bank accounts in countries around the world, including Switzerland, Singapore and the United States.” PetroSaudi, which is not a party to the lawsuit, denied the US allegations and said that the DoJ’s asset-forfeiture claims are “no more than untested allegations”.

Najib, who has used every ounce of his power to obstruct investigations into the scandal – a charge he denies – is not mentioned by name in the US lawsuits, which refer to him as “Malaysian Official 1”. But the man at the centre of the intricate swindle depicted in the US lawsuits is an adviser to Najib: Jho Low, a Harrow-educated 29-year-old friend of the prime minister’s stepson. Low, a babyfaced young man who likes to party with Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton – and calls his Goldman Sachs banker “bro”, according to the DoJ – is accused by the US of masterminding the theft of $2bn from 1MDB, which was sent to bank accounts in Switzerland, Singapore and the Virgin Islands. Low has said that he has not broken any laws and was not being investigated.

Low’s sidekick is Riza Aziz, Najib’s stepson. Riza produced The Wolf of Wall Street – Martin Scorsese’s tale of corruption, decadence and greed – and both he and Low were thanked by name in Leonardo DiCaprio’s Golden Globes acceptance speech for best actor. In 2011, Low took a 20% stake in EMI, the world’s largest music-publishing company, for $106m – in the same year, he bought a $30m penthouse for his father at the Time Warner Center in Manhattan, overlooking Central Park. Riza’s Hollywood production company has said: “There has never been anything inappropriate about any of Red Granite Pictures or Riza Aziz’s business activities.”

All this and more is laid out in the US filing, which details claims of an amazing heist, carried out by conspirators who rinsed billions from the people of Malaysia through offshore accounts and shell companies in tax havens such as the Seychelles and British Virgin Islands. The scale of the enterprise echoes Balzac’s maxim that behind every great fortune lies a great crime.

Jho Low with Paris Hilton at an event in Paris.
Jho Low with Paris Hilton at an event in Paris. Photograph: GoffPhotos.com

The global effort to uncover Malaysia’s missing billions began with Xavier Justo. He leaked 90GB of data, including 227,000 emails, from his former employer PetroSaudi, an oil services company that had signed the first major deal with 1MDB. (PetroSaudi denies any wrongdoing.) Without these files, there would have been no reckoning.


Justo’s connection to PetroSaudi was his long friendship with one of the company’s two founders, a Saudi national named Tarek Obaid. The two men had met back in the late 1990s, when they both partied regularly in the nightclubs of Geneva. By 2006, the two men were inseparable: Justo had become an established businessman, running a large financial services firm, Fininfor, and the owner of a Geneva nightspot named the Platinum Club. Justo regarded Obaid as a “younger brother”, and in 2008, lent him $30,000 and a desk in the Fininfor offices to help start up PetroSaudi.

When Justo left Geneva in 2009, PetroSaudi was little more than a name on a calling card, formally incorporated in London with an address at an anonymous business unit near Victoria. Two years later, it had taken in $1.83bn.

PetroSaudi’s business was access capitalism: opening doors with the help of friends in high places. The basic idea was to capture a piece of the huge oil revenues being generated by state-owned firms in developing countries – treasure chests waiting to be unlocked by a firm that was a “vehicle of the Saudi royal family”, which could count on the “full support from the kingdom’s diplomatic corps”. PetroSaudi told potential partners that it controlled oil fields in central Asia, which it would put up as collateral to secure cash from state investors.

This was the pitch that landed PetroSaudi’s founders a meeting with the Malaysian prime minister in August 2009. Aboard a 92m megayacht off the coast of Monaco, Obaid and Prince Turki spent the day with Najib, his adviser Jho Low, and other members of the prime minister’s family. Snapshots taken at the meeting have the look of a holiday cruise – baseball caps and shorts – but their discussion was serious business. What resulted was a decision for Low and Obaid to work together on a deal that would allow them both to control mind-boggling sums of money.

Although Low held no formal position in the Malaysian government, he had become a trusted confidant to the prime minister. Despite his youth, Low had been instrumental in working with Goldman Sachs to set up a sovereign wealth fund to invest the revenues of an oil-rich Malaysian state.

Around the time that Low and Najib went boating with the PetroSaudi founders, the Malaysian central government took control of the wealth fund – which was soon renamed as 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) and given a mandate to promote economic development in Malaysia. The fund had more than $1bn to spend, and Prime Minister Najib had the sole power to approve investments and to hire and fire board members and managers. Low appeared to facilitate transactions – according to the DoJ, he even attended board meetings of 1MDB and acted as a link with the PM.

The new fund’s first major deal was signed a few weeks after the meeting with PetroSaudi – a $2.5bn joint venture agreement between PetroSaudi and 1MDB, inked during a visit by Najib to Saudi Arabia in September 2009. The press release said that the joint venture would “make strategic investments in high-impact projects” and “underscored the confidence Saudi Arabia has in Malaysia”.

But, according to the US justice department, the deal was merely a “pretence” for “the fraudulent transfer of more than $1bn from 1MDB to a Swiss bank account” controlled by Low – “a 29-year-old with no official position with 1MDB or PetroSaudi”. PetroSaudi has always maintained that all 1MDB funds were paid to entities owned by its shareholders.

The multibillion-dollar joint venture deal was completed with extraordinary speed – in less than a month. Shortly after the yacht meeting, on 28 August 2009, Obaid had introduced Low to Patrick Mahony – the company director who handled PetroSaudi’s business affairs. According to documents seen by the Guardian, Low and Mahony met for lunch in New York on 9 September to discuss the joint venture.

This drawing by Vincent Van Gogh, worth $5.5m, was allegedly bought with money from 1MDB, according to the US authorities.
This drawing by Vincent Van Gogh, worth $5.5m, was allegedly bought with money from 1MDB, according to the US authorities. Photograph: Frank Baron for the Guardian

After dining at Masa – a sushi restaurant where the set menu costs $540 a head – Mahony emailed Low the next day with an offer: “We know there are deals you are looking at where you may want to use PSI [PetroSaudi] … we would be happy to do that. You need to let us know where.” PetroSaudi said the documents seen by the Guardian are unreliable, stolen, fake and that they have been selectively quoted.

Less than three weeks later, the deal was done. PetroSaudi would contribute $1.5bn in oil and gas assets to the joint venture, while 1MDB would inject $1bn in cash.

According to the US court filing, 1MDB transferred $300m into an account belonging to the PetroSaudi joint venture, but the remaining $700m was sent to a Swiss account at RBS Coutts, controlled by a Seychelles-registered shell company named Good Star. The US justice department complaint alleges that Jho Low, and not PetroSaudi, was the beneficial owner and sole authorised signatory of Good Star. US authorities claim that officials at 1MDB provided false information to banks about the ownership of the Good Star account in order to divert the $700m.

In documents seen by the Guardian, on 30 September 2009 PetroSaudi appears to direct that the $700m be paid into an account controlled by the company – but three days later, when the compliance department at RBS Coutts requested further details about the name of the beneficiary account, the address given by 1MDB was the Good Star account. On the same day, 2 October, Low emailed Mahony to say “Shld be cleared soon”. PetroSaudi told the Guardian: “No money put into the joint venture by 1MDB was misappropriated or is missing. Its investment was repaid with profit … All transfers from 1MDB were paid with the full approval of the 1MDB board.”

According to documents seen by the Guardian, the Good Star transaction made Obaid, then 32, and Mahony, then 33, very rich men. Records indicate that on 30 September 2009, Good Star agreed to pay $85m to Obaid, which the Seychelles company described as a fee for “brokering services”. The money was deposited into Obaid’s Swiss JP Morgan account. At the same time, emails and legal documents indicate that Mahony was given a contract as “investment manager” for Good Star. On 20 October, Obaid emailed his contact at JP Morgan to request that $33m be transferred into an account belonging to Mahony.

Four days later, Mahony began discussions to set up an offshore company to buy a £6.7m townhouse in Notting Hill – and by 12 November, contracts for the house had been exchanged. The former banker created a numbered bank account in Switzerland, and all payments for the purchase were made from this account, via a British Virgin Islands company that Mahony had set up.

In response to questions from the Guardian, PetroSaudi said the payment to Obaid was not a brokerage fee and that the transfer of $33m to Mahony had nothing to do with the PetroSaudi-1MDB joint venture.


Laura and Xavier Justo were blissfully unaware of their friend Obaid’s changing fortunes. The couple were sunning themselves on Thailand’s Andaman coast in December 2009 when Obaid rang Justo offering him a director’s position in London with PetroSaudi. He told Justo the company had become an overnight success, but it needed someone who could help it grow.

Justo rejected Obaid’s initial offer, but he was eventually persuaded by the temptation of a well-paid “adventure”. According to Justo, Obaid promised him a salary of £400,000, “millions in bonuses” and the perk of a £10,000-a-week flat in Mayfair, central London. Justo pitched up in London in spring 2010, and by June was a PetroSaudi director. But he was kept out of the lucrative Asian business. Instead, Justo, a native Spanish speaker, was tasked with launching a new operation in Venezuela, and spent much of 2011 flying between London and Caracas.

Xavier and Laura Justo.
Xavier and Laura Justo. Photograph: Javier Justo for the Guardian

Between September 2010 and May 2011, 1MDB agreed to lend an additional $830m to the joint venture with PetroSaudi – bringing 1MDB’s total investment to $1.83bn. Of these new payments, US officials allege, $330m was paid into the Swiss account they say was controlled by Low, on the basis of a request by Obaid – who is identified in the US legal complaint as “PetroSaudi CEO”.

Emails and bank records seen by the Guardian suggest that in the nine months from September 2010, Obaid transferred $77m from his Swiss JP Morgan account to his PetroSaudi co-founder, Prince Turki bin Abdullah. According to the US authorities, banking records show that in the spring of 2011, Prince Turki also received $24m from the Good Star account controlled by Low – and that “within days”, $20m from these funds was transferred to an account belonging to the Malaysian prime minister, Najib.

Meanwhile, Low was becoming known on the New York club scene as a fixer for the global super-rich – snapped by paparazzi swigging magnums of Cristal with R&B singers and Hollywood stars. According to US authorities, Low spent $100m from the joint venture transactions on properties in Hollywood and $40m on New York apartments. The funding for The Wolf of Wall Street, the US complaint alleges, can be directly traced to the billion dollars diverted from the PetroSaudi joint venture.

In the meantime, Justo was growing disaffected with working conditions at PetroSaudi. According to his wife, Laura, the first sign of discontent was his discovery that his salary payments were only about half of what Justo said Obaid had offered him – a slight that was compounded when he learned that the promised multimillion-pound bonus would be considerably less than that – more like six figures than seven.

There were other niggles, too. He complained to Laura that he was often paid late, and sometimes not at all. He claimed that he ended up paying rent on the flat in Mayfair that was supposed to be covered by his employers.

Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street.
Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street. Photograph: Allstar/Paramount Pictures

At first, Justo told Laura, he thought these were just mishaps – nothing malicious, just poor corporate bookkeeping. But he became increasingly dismayed by Obaid’s behaviour. Justo told friends that Obaid had become “arrogant” after striking it rich. Justo was especially disturbed by what he described as changes in his younger Saudi friend – telling other people that Obaid had become irrational, and displayed “uncontrollable” rage.

Justo and Obaid’s long friendship, stretched to breaking point over 12 months of highly charged corporate life, finally snapped. At the end of 2010, Justo missed a flight for an important meeting. He apologised to Obaid, but according to Justo, his friend “went mad”, sending him a stream of abuse, via text messages and emails.

Sick with worry, Justo decided to resign in March 2011. In the angry email exchanges that followed, Obaid called Justo “arrogant” and a “smart ass”. In April, things came to a head in Mayfair. Amid the marble, dark leather and metal art deco detailing of the exclusive Connaught hotel bar, Mahony and Justo hammered out the terms of his departure. According to Justo, Mahony had agreed to pay him about 6.5m Swiss francs (£5m) in severance. However, in the midst of a heated conversation, Mahony’s phone rang. It was Obaid, who apparently told Mahony to settle on 5m Swiss francs (£3.85m). Justo, who had poured his heart out to Mahony, telling him he was at his “lowest point emotionally”, shed tears. A day later, Justo claims that he was told his severance package would, in fact, be 4m Swiss francs (£3m).

As the rancour set in, Justo took a copy of the data on the PetroSaudi servers. In September 2013, a little more than two years after he had left PetroSaudi, Justo sent a fateful email to Mahony. Justo was insistent that he be paid what was owed to him, warning that he had a file of information on PetroSaudi. “The official side paints a nice picture but the reality is commissions, commissions, commissions,” he wrote.

In the furious exchanges that followed, Mahony accused Justo of blackmail. Mahony presciently told his former colleague: “What troubles me so much is the way in which I see this situation ending – with the destruction of you.”


A few months later, over a Chinese meal in London, the journalist who would break open the 1MDB scandal first heard rumours about an extraordinary heist in Malaysia. Clare Rewcastle Brown met a contact at a restaurant in Bayswater who showed her screen grabs of internal documents from PetroSaudi: on a single printed page, there were highlights of PetroSaudi’s dealings with 1MDB, under the heading “Thousands of documents related to the deal (emails, faxes and transcripts)”. She recognised the names and the deal. Her heart skipped a beat. “A bomb went off in my head,” Brown recalled. She knew right away that this was a huge story.

Rewcastle Brown is a classic British rebel at the heart of the establishment. She was born on the island of Borneo – part of which now belongs to Malaysia – when it was still part of the British empire, where her father was a colonial policeman and head of the local intelligence service. Her brother-in-law is the former British prime minister Gordon Brown. After working as a reporter for the BBC, in 2010 Rewcastle Brown set up Sarawak Report, a website dedicated to uncovering corruption in the place of her birth.

Working out of her tiny kitchen in central London, she published story after story exposing corruption in the timber and oil industries that were despoiling the country’s rainforests for profit. Her email was hacked and she received death threats, but she carried on, regardless. Early in 2013, Malaysian politicians labelled her an “enemy of the state”. Rather than be cowed, she considered this a badge of honour. In person, Rewcastle Brown is a curious mix of the bawdy and the brave, almost to the point of recklessness. Her mantra: “I just want the story.”

After the meeting in Bayswater, Rewcastle Brown knew she needed to get the 1MDB documents. The first hurdle was that the source of the PetroSaudi papers apparently wanted millions for the information. It was money she did not have.

Another stumbling block was that no journalist in Malaysia wanted to touch the story. In Malaysia, Prime Minister Najib had just won a tightly contested election, and was flush with power. Rumours were swirling around the cache of PetroSaudi documents – some said the Russian mafia was behind the data dump, while others speculated that it might be an elaborate trap, set by the prime minister to ensnare his critics.

Undeterred, Rewcastle Brown arranged with her contact to meet the source in Thailand. In October 2014, she pitched up at the lobby of the Plaza Athénée hotel, in Bangkok. She had told her husband she was hoping to meet a “balding bespectacled short Swiss guy”. Instead, into the foyer stepped Xavier Justo – muscular and 6ft 6in tall. Rewcastle Brown was faced with a “physically imposing, extremely elegant” man. “Oh my God,” she thought. “This guy is going to duff me up.”

But Justo admitted that he was just as scared as she was. According to Rewcastle Brown, he seemed “very, very nervous” and repeatedly warned her that “the people we were dealing with were ruthless, had huge amounts of money and were very, very powerful – and they could do what they liked to us”.

Justo told Rewcastle Brown that he wanted $2m in exchange for the PetroSaudi-1MDB documents. It was, he said, the money he should have been paid when he left PetroSaudi.

Although he shared a few documents at the meeting, Justo was adamant: no cash, no data. Rewcastle Brown needed to find a rich person prepared to pay for the papers.

At around this time, concerns about 1MDB had begun to spread in Malaysia. Financial analysts pointed out that the fund was not generating enough cash to cover interest payments on the billions of dollars of debt it had acquired. The hundreds of millions that had been spent on art work, jewellery, real estate, gambling and parties did not realise any return on the “investment”. By 2014, Prime Minister Najib’s political opponents had taken to taunting him with the accusation that the wealth fund should be renamed “1Malaysia’s Debt of Billions”.

In August 2014, Najib received another political blow. Mahathir Mohamad, the towering figure of modern Malaysian politics who served as prime minister from 1981 to 2003, announced that he was withdrawing support for Najib, his former protege. In the weeks that followed, Mahathir became more vocal in his criticism, warning that 1MDB was adding to Malaysia’s dangerously high debt levels.

This warning went unheeded. The fund’s debt swelled. By November 2014, 1MDB owed almost $11bn. Najib, who chaired the fund’s advisory board, appeared unconcerned, telling the state news agency that the government was not liable for the debt if the fund went bankrupt.

The journalist Clare Rewcastle Brown helped uncover the Malaysian money trail.
The journalist Clare Rewcastle Brown helped uncover the Malaysian money trail. Photograph: Felix Clay for the Guardian

As the crisis deepened, Rewcastle Brown continued her quest for a person willing to pay Justo for the PetroSaudi-1MDB documents. She noticed that some of the most searching reporting on the scandal had appeared in Malaysia’s best-selling business weekly, the Edge. Sensing that she may have found a wealthy ally, Rewcastle Brown contacted the Edge’s owner, Tong Kooi Ong, a former banker turned media tycoon, who owned a number of business publications.

In January 2015, Tong, Rewcastle Brown and Justo met in a five-star Singapore hotel, the Fullerton. Tong booked a conference room, and brought a number of IT experts, as well as the editor of the Edge, Kay Tat. At the meeting, Justo laid out the 1MDB joint venture, making the same claims that the US Department of Justice would set out 18 months later: namely that hundreds of millions of dollars that were intended for economic development in Malaysia had instead been diverted into a Seychelles-based company. The man at the centre of the transaction was alleged to be Najib’s adviser and family friend, Jho Low.

It was a potentially huge scoop. Tong agreed to pay Justo $2m. Tong and Rewcastle Brown were immediately handed disk drives with the data. But the payment was never made. Justo did not want the money in cash, and he worried that a large transfer of funds into his account would look suspicious. Tong offered Justo one of his Monets as collateral – but Justo declined, and said “no, I trust you”. Rewcastle Brown finally had the documents she had been chasing for 18 months.


On 28 February 2015, Rewcastle Brown posted the first big story online – under a typically unrestrained headline: “HEIST OF THE CENTURY!” The article claimed to show how $700m had disappeared from the 1MDB joint venture and found its way into various offshore companies and Swiss bank accounts.

The impact of the article was felt around the world. In the US, law enforcement officials who had been alerted to reports that Low was spending huge amounts on New York apartments now had a fix on the possible source of his wealth.

While researching the story, Rewcastle Brown had teamed up with the Sunday Times, which helped her decrypt the files Justo had given to her. The paper ran an interview with Mahathir, the former Malaysian prime minister, who called for an immediate investigation and a full audit. “Somebody must be doing something stupid to part with $700m for no very good reason as far as I can see,” he said.

In Malaysia, the response was immediate. On 1 March 2015, 1MDB’s management claimed that it had exited the joint venture in 2012, and that it had received back its investment in full, with an additional profit of $488m. PetroSaudi claimed that the $700m had all gone to “PetroSaudi-owned entities” – denying, in other words, that companies controlled by Jho Low had received payments in the deal.

Not long before Rewcastle Brown’s story broke, 1MDB’s bonds had been effectively downgraded to junk. After another £200m of Malaysian government funds were required to plug a hole in 1MDB’s finances, Najib bowed to the inevitable and ordered investigations by the country’s auditor general and the parliamentary accounts committee. Soon, the country’s central bank and anti-corruption agency were also looking at 1MDB. Malaysia’s top policeman was reported as saying that the prime minister would also be investigated.

Najib tightened his grip on power. As prime minister and finance minister, he wielded enormous authority: in April, the government pushed through harsh penalties and restrictions on free speech, particularly on social media. Five executives of Tong’s The Edge Media Group – which had also published details of the PetroSaudi deal – were arrested for sedition. The government also introduced a new law, ostensibly aimed at terrorists, which allowed suspects to be detained indefinitely. In July 2015, the Edge weekly was banned from publishing.

Although the scandal only seemed to be getting bigger, it had not ensnared Prime Minister Najib personally. Then, on 2 July, Rewcastle Brown and the Wall Street Journal reported that Malaysian government investigators had discovered that $681m from banks, agencies and companies with ties to 1MDB had been deposited in Najib’s private accounts in 2013. A few days later, investigators raided the offices of 1MDB.

Najib was now at the centre of a corruption probe relating to allegations that billions of dollars had disappeared from a Malaysian investment fund he controlled. Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin, once a supporter of Najib, publicly called on him to answer questions about the fund. It seemed that Najib was cornered.

Malaysia’s Prime Minister Najib Razak strengthened his grip on power as the 1MDB scandal gathered pace.
Malaysia’s Prime Minister Najib Razak strengthened his grip on power as the 1MDB scandal gathered pace. Photograph: Reuters

On the morning of Monday 28 July, the attorney general, Abdul Gani Patail – a party loyalist who had previously gone after the prime minister’s opponents – arrived at his office expecting to finalise corruption charges against Najib. The indictment, which Rewcastle Brown later obtained and published, would have charged the prime minister with corruption resulting from the investigations into 1MDB…..

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/jul/28/1mdb-inside-story-worlds-biggest-financial-scandal-malaysia

Justo to sue Edge bosses, Sarawak Report founder over PetroSaudi data: Report

Justo to sue Edge bosses, Sarawak Report founder over PetroSaudi data: Report
Swiss national Xavier Andre Justo will sue the owner of the Edge Media Group and the founder of Sarawak Report in the High Court in Singapore, according to a source. Photo: Malay Mail Online
Published: 8:29 AM, October 30, 2015
Updated: 9:29 AM, October 30, 2015

SINGAPORE — Swiss national Xavier Andre Justo, now serving a three-year jail term in Bangkok for trying to blackmail his former employer PetroSaudi International, is to sue the owner of the Edge Media Group and its top executive as well as the founder of Sarawak Report in the High Court in Singapore, Bernama reported.

Justo wants Tong Kooi Ong and Group Chief Executive Officer and Publisher of The Edge Communications Ho Kay Tat and founder-editor of Sarawak Report Clare Rewcastle-Brown to return the data that he had handed them, the Malaysian state news agency said, citing an unnamed source familiar with the case.

The source told Bernama the lawsuit is scheduled to be heard at the High Court in Singapore on Nov 4 as the data, which Justo had stolen from PetroSaudi, was handed to them there……

http://www.todayonline.com/world/asia/justo-sue-edge-owner-tong-2-others-over-petrosaudi-data-report

Angela Merkel’s Fachkräfte morden sich durch Europa

Die Frau ist verrückt, schwafelt immer noch von Globalisierung und ist vom Ausland bezahlt, von Kriminellen und umgeben von den Dümmsten „Hofschranzen“ der Inkompetenz.
Spezialität: man holt sich die dümmsten Kriminellen als Berater, wie Josef Ackermann, Debilius, Goldman & Sachs Gangster inklusive Barroso.

Allgemein bekannt, das sich viele Länder ihre kriminellen Jugendbanden entledigen, nach Deutschland schicken, wo es die Steuer finanzierte Profi kriminelle Kultur der NGO’s gibt, welche das Alles finanziert bekommen. Ebenso das überwiegend es sich um extrem dumme Gestalten handelt, dümmer wie Tiere bei 68 % von „functional illerate“ Gestalten,

Verrückte Lügnerin: Angela Merkel, oder Roland Pofalla
Verrückte Lügnerin: Angela Merkel, oder Roland Pofalla

 

Syrer gestehen Badewannen-Mord in Salzburg


Rund zwei Wochen nach dem Auffinden einer männlichen Leiche in der Badewanne einer Wohnung in der Stadt Salzburg ist der Fall für die Polizei geklärt. In der Nacht auf Dienstag hat sie zwei 19-jährige Syrer festgenommen, welche die Tat inzwischen gestanden haben. Sie gaben an, sie hätten den 30-jährigen Bekannten ausrauben wollen. Dabei hat einer der beiden den Serben offenbar erwürgt.
Deutschland ok

Das Duo, das schon andere Straftaten gemeinsam verübt hatte, hat sich für den Überfall gut vorbereitet: Bei einer Tankstelle besorgten sich die beiden Einweghandschuhe und ein Klebeband, die sie dann später auch verwendeten. „Nach einem kurzen Gespräch haben sie das Opfer gefesselt, überwältigt, misshandelt, gewürgt und getötet“, sagte Landespolizeidirektor Franz Ruf am Mittwochnachmittag bei einem Mediengespräch. Anschließend ließen sie in der Badewanne Wasser ein, gaben Waschpulver und Shampoo dazu, um Spuren zu verwischen. Dass die Leiche später in der Wanne ohne Wasser entdeckt wurde, liegt an einem undichten Stöpsel: Das Wasser floss langsam von alleine ab.

Von Nachbarn beobachtet

Dann begannen die beiden Männer – einer ist anerkannter Flüchtling, der andere Asylwerber -, die Wohnung zu plündern. Sie durchsuchten die Räume, und stopften Unmengen an Kleidungsgegenständen, Schuhen, einen Rasierapparat, einen Haarföhn und mindestens ein Handy in Müllsäcke, mit denen sie das Raubgut dann aus der Wohnung transportierten. Und genau dabei wurden die beiden auch beobachtet. Denn bei den Einvernahmen im Haus in der Elisabethstraße sagten Nachbarn aus, dass sie zwei Männer mit Müllsäcken beim Verlassen des Hauses gesehen hätten und ein Bezug zur Wohnung des Toten offenkundig sei. Und einer der beiden wurde als auffälliger „Wuschelkopf“ beschrieben. Die Kriminalisten fanden am Tatort dann auch noch eine Asylkarte, auf dessen Foto ein „Wuschelkopf“ abgebildet ist. Sie gehörte dem nun festgenommen Burschen.

An Einreise gehindert

Drei Tage nach dem Tod wurde dann der 19-Jährige in Freilassing bei der Einreise nach Deutschland von der bayerischen Polizei gestoppt. Er sei lediglich in den falschen Zug gestiegen und deshalb irrtümlich in Freilassing gelandet, sagte er später. Bekleidet war er dabei mit Kleidung des Opfers, wie ein Abgleich der Fotos der deutschen Behörden mit Urlaubsfotos des Serben ergab. Außerdem führte er eine E-Card und eine Bankomatkarte bei sich, wobei die Bankkarte auf den Namen eines anderen 19-jährigen Syrers ausgestellt war. Die Spur zum zweiten Verdächtigen war gefunden.

Nach und nach fügten die Ermittler dann dem Puzzle weitere Teil ein. So stellte sich heraus, dass „Wuschelkopf“ bereits zwei Tage vor dem Überfall wegen eines Diebstahles erkennungsdienstlich behandelt worden war. Und dabei war ein Foto von der Asylkarte des 19-Jährigen gemacht worden. Dabei ist eine auffällige Beschädigung an einem Eck zu sehen, wie sie dann auch bei der am Tatort gefundenen Karte entdeckt wurde. Und im Internet stießen die Ermittler auf Fotos des anderen Syrers, auf denen auch dieser Kleidung des Opfers trug. Bei Hausdurchsuchungen wurden Säcke voller Kleidung gefunden. 45 Kleidungsstücke konnten dem Opfer zugewiesen werden, sagte Karl-Heinz Pracher, der stellvertretende Leiter des Landeskriminalamtes. Und auch bei der Festnahme trug das Duo Kleidung des Serben.

Festnahme

Schließlich erwirkte die Polizei einen Festnahmeauftrag, und in der Nacht auf Dienstag wurden die beiden innerhalb einer Stunde an ihren Wohnsitzen in Puch (Tennengau) und Thalgau (Flachgau) festgenommen. Bei der Einvernahme legten sie Geständnisse ab, sagte Ruf. Zum Motiv sagte er: „Es war ein Raubüberfall, bei dem sie den Mord in Kauf genommen haben.“ An den Vorbereitungen sei eine gewisse Vorsätzlichkeit zu erkennen. Die Täter seien auch nicht vermummt gewesen, was auf eine Mordabsicht schließen lasse. Denn die beiden mutmaßlichen Täter habe den Serben schon vor der Tat flüchtig gekannt. Der 30-Jährige hat laut Ruf die Toiletten am Hauptbahnhof betreut. Dabei habe er immer wieder Männer kennengelernt, die er dann zu sich nach Hause mitgenommen habe. Der Serbe hatte das Duo selbst in die Wohnung gelassen. Deshalb fanden die Ermittler keine Einbruchsspuren, obwohl die Wohnung stark durchwühlt war.

Die beiden Syrer werden noch heute von der Polizei in die Justizanstalt Puch überstellt.

Frank Walter Steinmeier IQ, Elmar Brok war mit den Ober Nazi Mörder ebenso auf dem Maidan
Frank Walter Steinmeier IQ, Elmar Brok war mit den Ober Nazi Mörder ebenso auf dem Maidan

Rücktritt, wegen Inkompetenz und totaler Korruption

Der Frankenstein der Albanischen Politik, erkauft sich für viel Geld: Termine in Washington

Seitdem er 30.000 $ pro Monat bezahlt an eine US Lobby Firma, Edi Rama sogar in 2012 für 80.000 $ einen Foto Termin bei Obama bekam, taucht Ilir Meta bei den übelsten Verbrecher Ratten in den USA ständig auf, weil er die Genehmigung seiner kriminellen Karriere braucht, bzw. die Duldung seiner Korruptions Geschäfte.

Klement Balili, Arben Ahmeti, Ilir Meta
Einweihung deshttp://balkanblog.org/2016/05/15/mafia-albanese-ilir-meta-arben-ahmeti-koko-kokodhima-edi-rama-pablo-escobar-clan-balili-santa-quaranta-pa-leje/ illegalen Hotels in Sarande, des Drogen Barones: Klement Balili in Sarande in 2015. 400 % Drogen Export Steigerung schon wieder von Ilir Meta und Edi Rama als Regierungs Stile.

 

Meta asked for strengthened cooperation with Washington

The Assembly Speaker, Ilir Meta, is participating in the World Leaders Forum in the framework of US Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Many international leaders and senior representatives of politics from all around the world participate in the forum. The …

Albanien: Ilir Meta, Ilir Marko’s: Drogen Kartell schlug zurück: 3 höchste Polizei Direktoren wurden suspendiert

400 % Drogen Export Steigerung schon wieder durch Ilir Meta Regierung

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Piantagioni raddoppiate nel giro di due anni, un business criminale gestito con criteri manageriali per incrementare un giro d’affari da miliardi di euro,…….. http://corrieredelmezzogiorno.corriere.it/bari/cronaca/16_giugno_03/narcos-dall-adriatico-oltre-mille-piantagioni-21b80694-29c0-11e6-8bea-50842573ee10.shtml

Peinlich: Transnistrien sagt „Nein“ zu Steinmeier

Alle Balkan Völker erzählen in Deutschland das Selbe, das Deutschland und die USA, die Zustände im Balkan geschaffen haben, was sehr leicht zu hinterfragen ist. Deutschland war der Motor der Bestechung und des Betruges, und die USA haben sogar Terroristen Gruppen erfunden, wo die Morde von CIA Offizieren wie Robert Baer organisiert, finanziert und beauftragt waren. Gottvater des Verbrechens: der US Senator Bob Dole und seine Ehefrau Elisabeth Dole: damals Präsidentin des US Roten Kreuzes, fleissig aktiv, bei der Unterschlagung der Hilfen mit Karadic und dem UN General Sekretär. US finanzierter Hass sollte gesäht werden, was Programm war und mit Morden begann.

Ist Frank Walter Steinmeier korrupt und Strohdumm, kann bejaht werden, nachdem er (selbst nie gelesene Ausführungen) Ausführungen des Donald Trump kritisierte, was Bruch der Genver Konvention ist, die Einmischung in die Inneren Angelegenheiten eines Staates.

Jetzt leitet diese Murks Gestalt, der „Scheckbuch Diplomatie“ auch noch die OSCE, welche man am besten abschafft.

Steinmeier ist aus etlichen Ländern rausgeworfen worden, muss sich heute mit Geld aus der Entwicklungshilfe Termine in vielen Ländern erkaufen.

Da hatten die Pseudo Spinner im AA, OSCE wohl vergessen, mangels Intelligenz, das Transnistrien bereits ein Abkommen mit Sonder Status hat, wo Alles geregelt ist. Aber irgendwelche Geschäfte mit dem vom Westen ruinierten Moldawien muss man ja betreiben.

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Transnistrien sagt „Nein“ zu Steinmeier

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Tiraspol lehnt den Status ab, den Chisinau zusammen mit Berlin für Transnistrien ausarbeitet, schreibt die „Nesawissimaja Gaseta“ am Freitag.

Laut dem Vorsitzenden des Obersten Rates von Transnistrien, Wadim Krasnoselski, verzichtet die nicht anerkannte Republik im Voraus auf einen Sonderstatus, den die Republik Moldau und der OSZE-Vorsitzende Frank-Walter Steinmeier ausarbeiten. Krasnoselski zufolge wurde der Status Transnistriens bereits bei dem Referendum 2006 festgelegt – Unabhängigkeit mit anschließendem Beitritt zu Russland. Die Region wolle nicht nach Moldawien zurückkehren. Zudem setze Chisinau Tiraspol weiterhin unter Druck, wobei ein Verbot für Importe aus Transnistrien verhängt wurde.

Dem Regierungschef Moldawiens zufolge wollen die moldawischen Abgeordneten in der nächsten Woche mit der Ausarbeitung eines Sonderstatus für die östliche Region beginnen. Filip versprach Steinmeier, dass alles schnell und reibungslos verlaufen werde. Dabei hat er wohl vergessen, dass es in Moldawien bereits ein Gesetz über den Sonderstatus Transnistriens gibt, das 2005 verabschiedet wurde.

Der Status sieht breite Vollmachten für die Region vor, die sich allerdings über die Grenzen der Kreise ausdehnen sollen. Transnistrien ging 2003 als Antwort auf die Bitte Moskaus darauf ein, Moldawien als Föderation beizutreten. Das war der so genannte „Kosak-Plan“, den der moldawische Präsident Wladimir Woronin im letzten Moment nicht unterzeichnete. Die Beziehungen zwischen Moskau und Chisinau verschlechterten sich, 2006 verhängte die Ukraine auf Bitte der moldawischen Behörden eine Wirtschaftsblockade gegen Transnistrien.

Die heutigen moldawischen Behörden wollen die Beziehungen zu Russland wieder aufbauen. Bei den Verhandlungen wird auch das Thema Transnistrien besprochen, allerdings ist bislang nicht bekannt, ob ein Kompromiss erreicht wird. Russland verspricht weiterhin, Transnistrien nicht im Stich zu lassen, kann Tiraspol jedoch nur Finanzhilfe anbieten.

Steinmeier versteht die schwierige Situation und betonte während seines Besuchs in Chisinau und Tiraspol, dass der Transnistrien-Konflikt einer sei, den man nicht über Nacht lösen könne. Steinmeier zufolge sollten durch vertrauensbildende Maßnahmen nach und nach Fortschritte erzielt werden. Doch das Problem besteht darin, dass es eben kein Vertrauen gibt. Laut Krasnoselski boykottiert die Ukraine auf Bitte Chisinaus den Import aus Transnistrien. Es könne keine Rede von einer Vereinigung mit Moldawien sein, weil der Status von Transnistrien 2006 bei einem Referendum festgelegt wurde, bei dem die Einwohner für die Unabhängigkeit der Republik mit anschließendem Beitritt zu Russland stimmten.

http://de.sputniknews.com/zeitungen/20160729/311836375/transnistrien-deutschland.html

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