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Bojko Borissow , CIA, Al-Quedo, IS eine Einheit im Waffen, Drogen Handel mit Terroristen und Betrugs Wahlen

NATO und EU am Terrorismus beteiligt: Wie Bulgarien Drogen und Waffen an den IS 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 den Islamischen Staat (Daesh) geliefert hat. Die Angelegenheit ist besonders schwerwiegend, weil Bulgarien nicht nur Mitglied der NATO, sondern auch der Europäischen Union ist.

von Thierry Meyssan

Es scheint, dass der Anfang zufällig war. Seit etwa dreißig Jahren wurde Fenetyllin in westdeutschen Sportlerkreisen als Dopingmittel gebraucht. Trainer Peter Neururer zufolge nahmen es mehr als die Hälfte der Spieler regelmäßig. Für bulgarische Schwarzhändler war das eine Chance. Zwischen der Auflösung der Sowjetunion und dem Eintritt in die Europäische Union begannen sie, es selbst herzustellen und heimlich unter dem Namen Captagon nach Deutschland zu exportieren.

Zwei Mafiagruppen lieferten sich eine starke Konkurrenz, Vasil Iliev Security (VIS) und die Security Insurance Company (SIC), von der Karatekämpfer Bojko Borissow abhängig war. Dieser Spitzensportler, Lehrer an der Polizeiakademie, gründete eine Personenschutzfirma und wurde Leibwächter sowohl des früheren pro-sowjetischen Präsidenten Todor Schiwkow wie des US-freundlichen Simeon II. von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha. Sobald der letztere Ministerpräsident geworden war, wurde Borissow zum Generalsekretär des Innenministeriums ernannt, dann zum Bürgermeister von Sofia gewählt.

2006 zeichnete der US-Botschafter in Bulgarien (und spätere Botschafter in Russland) John Beyrle in einer geheimen Mitteilung, die durch Wikileaks bekannt gemacht wurde, ein Porträt von ihm. Er stellt ihn als eng verbunden mit zwei großen Mafiachefs vor, Mladen Mihalew („Majo“ genannt) und Roumen Nikolov (genannt „Der Pascha“), den Gründern des SIC.

2007 versichert die U.S. Congressional Quarterly auf der Grundlage eines Berichts durch eine große Schweizer Gesellschaft, er habe zahlreiche Untersuchungen im Innenministerium vertuscht und sei selbst in 28 Mafia-Morde verwickelt. Er sei ein Partner von John E. McLaughlin, dem stellvertretenden Direktor der CIA, geworden. In Bulgarien habe er ein geheimes Gefängnis der Agentur eingerichtet und im Rahmen eines Angriffsplans gegen den Iran geholfen, eine Militärbasis zur Verfügung zu stellen, führte die Zeitschrift aus.

2008 kennzeichnete Jürgen Roth, der deutsche Fachmann für das organisierte Verbrechen, Bojko Borissow als bulgarischen „Al Capone“. Als Borissow Ministerpräsident geworden war und sein Land bereits die Mitgliedschaft in der NATO und der EU hatte, wurde er von der Agentur gebeten, den geheimen Krieg gegen Muammar al-Gaddafi zu unterstützen. Bojko Borissow lieferte Captagon, das von der SIC hergestellt war, an die Dschihadisten von al-Qaida in Libyen. Die CIA machte diese synthetische Droge attraktiver und effektiver, indem sie sie mit Haschisch, einer natürlichen Droge, mischte, was – im Sinne der Arbeiten von Bernard Lewis – die Manipulation der Kämpfer erleichtert und diese furchterregender macht. In der Folgezeit weitete Borissow seinen Handel nach Syrien aus.

Doch das Wichtigste kam, als die CIA die Eigenheiten eines ehemaligen Mitgliedsstaates des Warschauer Paktes, der der NATO beigetreten war, nutzte und ihm für 500 Millionen Dollar Waffen sowjetischer Bauart abkaufte und nach Syrien transportierte. Es handelte sich vor allem um 18.800 tragbare Abschussgeräte für Panzerabwehrgranaten und um 700 Panzerabwehr-Lenkwaffensysteme „Konkurs“.

Als die Hisbollah ein Team nach Bulgarien schickte, um über diesen Handel Erkundigungen einzuziehen, wurde ein Reisebus mit israelischen Urlaubern Ziel eines Attentats in Burgas, das sieben Tote und 32 Verletzte zur Folge hatte. Sofort beschuldigten Benjamin Netanyahu und Bojko Borissow den libanesischen Widerstand, während die Presse der NATO-Länder in vielen Meldungen ein vermeintliches Selbstmordattentat der Hisbollah unterstellte. Schließlich beobachtete die Gerichtsmedizinerin Dr. Galina Mileva, dass die Leichen nicht mit den Beschreibungen durch die Zeugen übereinstimmten; ein Verantwortlicher für Spionageabwehr, Oberst Lubomir Dimitrov, stellte fest, dass es sich nicht um einen Selbstmordattentäter gehandelt habe, sondern um einen einfachen Bombenträger, und dass die Bombe aus der Entfernung vermutlich ohne sein Wissen ausgelöst worden sei. Während die Presse zwei Araber kanadischer und australischer Nationalität beschuldigte, nannte die Sofia News Agency einen US-amerikanischen Mittäter, der unter dem Pseudonym David Jefferson bekannt war. Als die Europäische Union die Angelegenheit in Beschlag nahm, um die Hisbollah als „terroristische Vereinigung“ einzustufen, konnte somit der bulgarische Außenminister der kurzen Periode, in der Borissow von der Exekutive ausgeschlossen war, Kristian Vigenin, hervorheben, dass in Wahrheit nichts erlaube, das Attentat mit dem libanesischen Widerstand in Verbindung zu bringen.

Ab Ende 2014 hörte die CIA mit ihren Bestellungen auf und wurde durch Saudi-Arabien ersetzt, das auf diese Weise nicht nur Waffen sowjetischer Bauart kaufen konnte, sondern auch Rüstungsmaterial der NATO wie die drahtgelenkten Panzerabwehrraketen BGM-71 TOW. Bald wurde Riad durch die Vereinigten Arabischen Emirate unterstützt. Die beiden Golfstaaten sicherten sich selbst die Lieferung an al-Qaida und Daesh über Saudi Arabian Cargo und Etihad Cargo zu, entweder in Tabuk an der saudisch-jordanischen Grenze oder an der emirati-französisch-US-amerikanischen-Basis von Al-Dhafra.

Im Juni 2014 setzt die CIA noch eins drauf. Diesmal geht es darum, Bulgarien die Verlegung der russischen Ferngasleitung South Stream über sein Staatsgebiet zu verbieten, die Westeuropa hätte versorgen können. Diese Entscheidung, die Bulgarien um sehr wichtige Einnahmen bringt, erlaubt einerseits, entsprechend dem Plan von Wolfowitz das Wachstum der EU zu verlangsamen und andererseits, die europäischen Sanktionen gegen Russland unter dem Vorwand der Ukraine-Krise zu verhängen, außerdem noch die Schiefergasvorkommen in Osteuropa zu entwickeln und schließlich das Interesse am Umsturz der Arabischen Republik Syrien wachzuhalten, dem potentiellen Exporteur von Gas in großem Stil.

Nach den jüngsten Nachrichten besteht Bulgarien – Mitgliedsstaat von NATO und EU – weiterhin darauf, illegal Drogen und Waffen an al-Qaida und Daesh zu liefern, trotz der Resolution 2253, die kürzlich einstimmig durch den Sicherheitsrat der Uno angenommen wurde.

Die Betrugs First Investment Bank, der Bulgarischen Mafia, wieder unterwegs, mit Zweigstellen auch in Albanien.

Ivan Tanev: Mila Georgieva and First Investment Bank Are behind Theft of 20 Million Euro in Romania

First Investment Bank (FIB) stood behind one of my business competitors and faked my signature to set me up in the “Universal” case; he is short, with a big nose and dealt with sugar trade and petrol stations. The theft of 26 million euro of money for the poor in Romania is organized by the […]

Wahl Betrug mit Wähl Maschinen, welche noch nie in der Welt funktioniert haben.

Bulgarian Voting Machines – Torn between Chavez, Soros, Delyan and Chinese Laptops

Last Friday (February 10, 2017), a message appeared on the website of Bulgaria’s Central Electoral Commission (CEC), announcing Decision № 4272-NS which determines the technical requirements for the hardware and the software of the system for the electronic voting machine in the parliamentary elections on March 26, 2017. However, the specifications are secret and were […]
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  • UN Bericht, über 200.000 Tode pro Jahr durch Glyphosat, tode Wildtiere, Kühe, vergiftete Weine, Lebensmittel und Promotion durch Christian Schmidt

     

    Together with 37 organisations from across Europe, CEO launched the #StopGlyphosate European Citizens Initiative (ECI) this morning.

    Kurzmitteilung:Glyphosat in kalifornischen Weinen und Deutschen Bier entdeckt

    Protest gegen das Pflanzenschutzmittel Glyphosat

    Protest gegen das Pflanzenschutzmittel Glyphosat

    1. Das Pestizid-Nord-Süd-Dilemma

      UN-Bericht warnt vor Folgen der globalen Nutzung von Pflanzenschutzmitteln wie Glyphosat , dabei geht es auch um die Risikobewertung

      Der dem UN-Menschenrechtsrat im März 2017 vorgestellte Bericht kommt zum Schluss, dass Pestizide katastrophale Auswirkungen auf die Umwelt, die menschliche Gesundheit und die Gesellschaft als Ganzes haben. Pro Jahr sollen weltweit schätzungsweise 200.000 Todesfälle auf ihr Konto gehen. 99% davon sind die Opfer akuter Pestizid-Vergiftungen in Entwicklungsländern.

      Der Bericht sieht die Herstellung einer belastbaren Verbindung zwischen Exposition und beim Menschen auftretenden Krankheiten oder Schädigungen an Ökosystemen nach wie vor als eine große Herausforderung, die durch die systematische Leugnung eines Zusammenhangs und aggressive, unethische Marketing-Taktiken seitens derAgrarchemie-Industrie verschärft würde.

      Promotet Glyphosat, denn für Geld geht Alles, auch Treffen mit Super Verbrecher der grossen Mord, Drogen Verbrecher Kartelle des Balkans: Ebenso Gift Mehl für die Bevölkerung:

      Panariti 2

      Together with 37 organisations from across Europe, CEO launched the #StopGlyphosate European Citizens Initiative (ECI) this morning.

      Edmond Panariti, Christian Schmidt in Berlin

      Mafia LSI Minister der Skandale: Edmond Panariti in Berlin bei Minister Christian Schmidt, MdB: Kordula Kovac (CDU)

      Dem MDR wurde ein vertrauliches Dokument zugespielt:Glyphosat – Bundesinstitut hat Hinweise auf krebserregende Wirkung

      Together with 37 organisations from across Europe, CEO launched the #StopGlyphosate European Citizens Initiative (ECI) this morning.

    Kriminelle und Schläger Trupps für die Wahlen nun in Polizei Uniform in Albanien

    08 Mar 17
    Albania Debates Recruiting Volunteers to Aid Police

    A draft law which would allow people to become unpaid volunteers to assist police officers has been submitted to parliament in an attempt to bolster the fight against crime.

    Fatjona Mejdini
    BIRN

    Tirana

    Albanian police officers. Photo: Interior Ministry

    The draft law on recruiting unpaid volunteers to work alongside Albania’s police force and assist them in some of their duties is expected to be debated by MPs in parliament by the end of this week.

    „The voluntary police officer is a volunteer who offers citizens and the state police help with enforcing the law, preventing crime and dealing with civil emergency,“ the draft says.

    However, it does not detail what powers the volunteers will have or how many of them will be recruited. These issues will be decided by the Council of Ministers.

    Volunteers assisting the police were commonplace during the 45 years of communist rule in Albania but the practice ended in the early 1990s.

    Veli Myftaraj, a former general director of the state police, who started his career in 1973 in souther Albania town of Saranda during communism, recalls that at that time, people in the city assisted the force as volunteers.

    „It was really very effective, we were supported by people who would generally will take of public order when cultural and sports activities were happening in Saranda,“ Myftaraj told BIRN.

    „I’m really a big fan of volunteers helping the police and this is nothing to do with nostalgia for communism. This was a good part of that system and an effective initiative, so I’m glad that they have decided to bring it back,“ he added.

    However, others were less enthusiastic about the initiative.

    Arian Hoxha, the general secretary of the organisation Police Dismissed, which represents people who were sacked by the force in 2013 when the current goverment took power, said it would be better if the police got more resources

    „It seems more a facade than an efficient initiative,“ Hoxha told BIRN.

    – See more at: http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/albanians-split-over-the-return-of-volunteer-police-03-07-2017?utm_source=Balkan+Insight+Newsletters&utm_campaign=3def0491f1-BI_DAILY&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_4027db42dc-3def0491f1-308281289#sthash.rLKscbL3.dpuf

    Mega EU, Berliner Betrug der Umwelt- Entwicklungs Politik: Palmöl: dreimal klimaschädlicher als herkömmlicher Diesel?

    In Honduras, setzte der IFC, eine Weltbank Gruppe, sogar Todesschwadronen in Honduras ein, für ihre Palmöl Plantagen, wo nun Klage vor US Gerichten eingereicht wurde. *

    Milliarden an Entwicklungshilfe, EU -Commissions Mafia Geschäfte, dienten der Rodung von 50 % der Urwälder der Welt, Vernichtung der Biovielfalt, Vernichtung der Lebensgrundlage von Millionen. Angela Merkel für die Entwicklungshilfe Mafia und Palmöl Mafia schon in 1997 aktiv dabei mit Lügen und nochmal Lügen. Alles ist zertifiziert, wobei man inklusive CO2 Zertifikate Alles kaufen kann, ein Milliarden Betrug mit der Deutschen Bank erneut in der EU und der Banken Mafia. Die vollkommen korrupte EU – Commission, will weiter die Banken Mafia mit ihren Klima Zertifikaten unterstützen, und das Monstrum eines Verbrechers, Mario Draghi – EZB Chef, der inzwischen über 1 Billiarde € stahl mit seiner korrupten Mannschaft. Ex-NATO Chefs, Barosso, Bertelsmann Mafia alle werden von der EU versorgt mit Unfugs Posten, inklusive Stoiber aus Bayern*

    zu korrupt und inkompetend für Alles: EU Spinner
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    © apBiokraftstoffe – Umstrittener Sprit aus Rüben, Mais und Co

    Der Super Lügner und Betrüger, der bis heute Kasse macht, mit dem Klima Schwindel und Betrug.
    Wenn diese demagogischen Massenmanipulatoren und ihre Hintermänner wirklich selber an eine vom Menschen durch CO2 verursachte Klimaveränderung glauben würden, dann wäre ihr eigenes Verhalten ganz anders. Dann würden sie nicht mit Privatjets herum fliegen und dabei so viel CO2 produzieren, wie unsereins im ganzen Leben.

     Palmöl im Biodiesel: Wir tanken Regenwald!Sendung 13.7.2016 und ergänzt am 10.3.2017 © dpaVideo (ARD-Mediathek)Video (ARD-Mediathek) Biodiesel verursacht verglichen mit Diesel auf Mineralölbasis weniger Emissionen von Feinstaub und Schwefel. Doch die Emissionen von Stickoxiden liegen höher als bei herkömmlichen Diesel. Wir tanken Regenwald – Die Lüge vom Öko-Diesel Biodiesel wird größtenteils aus Palmöl hergestellt. Wegen dieses umstrittenen Rohstoffs werden in Indonesien ganze Landstiche mit kostbarem Urwald gerodet. Eine ökologische Katastrophe, sagen die Umweltschützer. Dabei war Umweltschutz das Ziel, als Biodiesel in der Europäischen Union eingeführt wurde.

    Millionen Verbraucher tanken ohne ihr Wissen schon seit Jahren mit jeder Dieseltankfüllung ein Stück Regenwald. Seit 2007 ist die Industrie staatlich verpflichtet, sieben Prozent Bio in Dieselöl zu mischen und kaum einer weiß davon. Aber Diesel ist keineswegs so umweltfreundlich, wie es auf den ersten Blick scheint. Das zeigt nicht nur der augenblickliche Abgasskandal.
    Weniger Feinstaub – mehr Stickoxide

    © WDR/DPA Palmöl-Plantagen auf Sumatra in Indonesien - illegale Brandrodungen gefährden jedes Jahr Tiere und Menschen.

    Auch Biodiesel trägt zu den häufigen Überschreitungen der Stickoxid-Grenzwerte in den Innenstädten bei und wird zu einem ernsten Problem. Stickoxide greifen beim Menschen die Schleimhäute und den Atemapparat an, sie stehen im Verdacht Herz- und Kreislauferkrankungen zu verursachen. Die Umweltminister von Bund und Ländern haben daher beschlossen, eine gesonderte Umweltzone einzuführen, in der ältere Diesel-Motoren nicht fahren dürfen. Betroffen sind 13 Millionen PKW.Aber reicht es nur auf die Motoren und nicht auf den Treibstoff zu schauen? Für die Politik gelten Biokraftstoffe als die Wunderwaffe gegen den Klimawandel. Denn sie sollen gegenüber fossilem Diesel Treibhausgase einsparen – eine umstrittene Theorie. Im Namen des Klimaschutzes landen pro Jahr Millionen Tonnen Raps, Soja und vor allem Palmöl im Tank. Für Biodiesel stirbt der Regenwald und mit dem Wald stirbt die biologische Vielfalt. Die Industrie liebt den Rohstoff Palmöl, weil er billig ist. Der Verarbeitungsaufwand ist gering und die Löhne in Ländern wie Indonesien und Malaysia sind niedrig.

    Palmöl: dreimal klimaschädlicher als herkömmlicher Diesel?
    © WDR/dpa/Goh Seng Chong Auf einer Palmöl-Plantage in Malaysia - die Löhne sind gering, der Profit enorm.
    Auf einer Palmöl-Plantage in Malaysia – die Löhne sind gering, der Profit enorm.

    Für die Politik gelten Biokraftstoffe als die Wunderwaffe gegen den Klimawandel. Denn sie sollen gegenüber fossilem Diesel Treibhausgase einsparen – eine umstrittene Theorie. Dafür gab es Maßnahmen der EU und eine massive staatliche Förderung. Sauberes Benzin – gut für die Natur? Doch um den Bedarf zu decken, sind riesige Mengen Rohstoffe nötig. Billiges Palmöl kommt da gerade recht. Rund um Biokraftstoffe hat sich eine milliardenschwere und mächtige Industrie entwickelt, die nicht davor scheut, durch gezielte Lobbyarbeit Druck auf die Politik zu machen. Doch die CO2-Bilanz von Biodiesel aus Palmöl ist anscheinend nicht so gut, wie von der Politik und Industrie angegeben. Laut einer Studie der Umweltorganisation Transport & Environment ist Palmöl auch deshalb besonders klimaschädlich, da der Verlust der Wälder in die Klimabilanz mit einberechnet werden muss. Biodiesel aus Palmöl ist demnach sogar dreimal klimaschädlicher als herkömmlicher Diesel. Anders verhält es sich, wenn der Biodiesel aus heimischen Raps gewonnen wird.

    Palmöl zerstört den Wald und Existenzen

    © dpa

     

    Für Biodiesel aus Palmöl stirbt der Regenwald und mit dem Wald stirbt die biologische Vielfalt, denn auf den Plantagen können Tiere nicht überleben. Illegale Brandrodungen gefährden jedes Jahr in der Trockenzeit auf Sumatra und Borneo Tiere und Menschen. Um die Anbaufläche für Palmöl zu vergrößern, brannten 2015 wochenlang Regenwälder. Die Rauchschwaden verdunkelten die Sonne und verschmutzten die Atemluft so sehr, dass Millionen Menschen betroffen waren und sogar Kinder starben.Außerdem steht Biodiesel in der Kritik, für eine Steigerung der Nahrungsmittelpreise verantwortlich zu sein. Zurzeit werden für Biodiesel Pflanzen auf 8,8 Millionen ha Land angebaut. Das entspricht einer größeren Fläche als ganz Österreich. Wie wird die enorme Waldvernichtung von der Politik gerechtfertigt? Gerade hat die EU beschlossen, den Anteil von Biokraftstoffen bis 2020 auf 20 Prozent zu erhöhen. Bisher sind es sieben Prozent. Was sind die Folgen für die Welt, wenn weiter Regenwald für Klimaziele abgeholzt wird?

    Sehen Sie am Freitag, 10. März 2017, 20.15 Uhr eine Reportage über die Probleme mit dem Palmöl und dem Biodiesel. Die Filmemacher Florian Schneider und Ines Rainer fragen nach bei EU-Politikern, Grünen und Lobbyisten. Wie steht es wirklich um die Ökobilanz von Biosprit?
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    • Verbrecher nun mit Namen genannt, welche diesen Betrug promoten und van Rombuy, Deutsche sind immer dabei
    • RevolvingDoorWatch is a database of commissioners, MEPs and officials who have gone through the revolving door into lobby or industry jobs. Lobbyists who have taken jobs with the EU institutions are also featured. These cases raise big questions about whether the EU institutions are robust enough in recognising and acting upon the risk of conflicts of interest. Contact us if you have info about new cases or follow #revolvingdoors

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    Name Policy area Former employer New employer Datesort ascending Last updated
    Barbara Gallani Food Food and Drink Federation, Director Policy and Sustainability and Chief Scientist European Food Safety Authority, Head of the Communications and External Relations Department May 2016 April 29th 2016 (new)
    Matt Hinde
    UK
    Energy/Climate UK government’s Department of Energy and Climate Change, Head of EU Strategy FleishmanHillard, Senior Vice-President and Head of its energy practice Oct 2015 November 19th 2015 (new)
    Carl Haglund
    Finland
    European Parliament + Finnish government, Member of European Parliament (for 3 years) + defence minister Miltton group, Board member Sep 2015 November 18th 2015
    Siim Kallas
    Estonia
    General European Commission, European commissioner for transport (previously transparency) Nortal, Consultant May 2015 October 28th 2015 (updated)
    Olle Schmidt
    Sweden
    Finance European Parliament, Member of European Parliament (for 13 years) Hume Brophy, Senior consultant Apr 2015 November 18th 2015
    Jan Eric Frydman
    Sweden
    Trade Ekenberg & Andersson (current), Lawyer & partner (current) DG Trade, Special adviser for trade policy and transatlantic affairs Mar 2015 November 18th 2015
    Neelie Kroes
    Netherlands
    General European Commission, Commissioner for the digital agenda Bank of America Merrill Lynch + Salesforce + Uber, Special adviser + board directorships Mar 2015 May 5th 2016 (updated)
    Aleksandra Tomczak
    Poland
    Energy/Climate World Coal Association, European specialist + Policy manager European Commission, DG Energy, Policy coordinator EU Coal Feb 2015 April 26th 2016 (updated)
    George Lyon
    UK
    Agriculture European Parliament, Member of European Parliament (for 5 years) Hume Brophy, Agri-business senior consultant Jan 2015 November 18th 2015
    Maria Damanaki
    Greece
    Maritime affairs European Commission, Commissioner for maritime affairs and fisheries The Nature Conservancy, Global managing director for oceans Jan 2015 October 28th 2015 (updated)
    Herman Van Rompuy
    Belgium
    Business/Industry European Council, President TomorrowLab Advisory Board + European Policy Centre, Chairman Jan 2015 November 18th 2015
    Connie Hedegaard
    Denmark
    Energy/Climate European Commission, Commissioner for climate action 2010-2014 KR Foundation, Danfoss, Volkswagen + other roles, Various (some unpaid) Jan 2015 October 13th 2016 (new)
    Janez Potočnik
    Slovenia
    Environment European Commission, Commissioner for the environment Forum for the future of agriculture + others, Chairman Dec 2014 October 28th 2015 (updated)
    Algirdas Šemeta
    Lithuania
    Business/Industry European Commission, Commissioner for taxation and customs union, audit and anti-fraud Ukraine’s Anti-Corruption Initiative , Ukrainian Business Ombudsman Dec 2014 October 28th 2015 (new)
    Chris Davies
    UK
    Energy

    /ClimateEuropean Parliament, Member of the European Parliament (for 15 years)Chris Davies Ltd, DirectorDec 2014November 24th 2015 (new)Ann Mettler
    German-SwedishGeneralThe Lisbon Council + Global Agenda Council, Executive director + Vice-ChairEuropean Commission, Head of the European Political Strategy Centre (EPSC)Dec 2014November 18th 2015Viviane Reding
    LuxembourgGeneralEuropean Commission, Commissioner for JusticeVarious, including Bertelsmann Foundation + Agfa-Gevaert, Member of boardNov 2014October 28th 2015 (updated)Silvana Koch-Mehrin
    GermanyTradeEuropean Parliament, Member of European Parliament (for 10 years)gplus Europe, Senior policy adviserNov 2014November 18th 2015

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    Edgar Meister
    Germany
    Finance DWS Investment (investment branch of Deutsche Bank), Member of the supervisory board European Central Bank, Member of the Administrative Board of Review Nov 2014 May 11th 2015
    Martin Callanan
    UK
    Environment European Parliament, Member of European Parliament (for 15 years) Symphony Environmental Technologies, Consultant Nov 2014 November 18th 2015
    José Manuel Barroso
    Portugal
    General European Commission, President (for 10 years) Various including Goldman Sachs, European Business Summit + Bilderberg Conferences, Nov 2014 July 19th 2016 (updated)
    Michał Kamiński
    Poland
    General European Parliament, Member of European Parliament (for 8 years) Prism Group, Partner Oct 2014 May 11th 2015
    Holger Krahmer
    Germany
    General European Parliament, Member of European Parliament (for 10 years) Opel Group, Director European affairs public policy and government relations Oct 2014 November 18th 2015
    Anders Fogh Rasmussen
    Denmark
    Security North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), Secretary General Rasmussen Global, Consultant Oct 2014 November 18th 2015

     

     

    RevolvingDoorWatch is a database of commissioners, MEPs and officials who have gone through the revolving door into lobby or industry jobs. Lobbyists who have taken jobs with the EU institutions are also featured. These cases raise big questions about whether the EU institutions are robust enough in recognising and acting upon the risk of conflicts of interest. Contact us if you have info about new cases or follow #revolvingdoors

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    Name Policy area Former employer New employer Datesort ascending Last updated
    Gayle Kimberley
    Malta
    Tobacco European Council, Lawyer Swedish Match, Lobbyist Nov 2011 January 15th 2015
    Tibor Kiss
    Hungary
    General Hungary Permanent Representation to the EU, Ambassador and Permanent Representative PA Europe, Senior Political Adviser Nov 2011 February 27th 2013
    Johan Gabrielsson
    Sweden
    Tobacco DG Enlargement, Project Manager – EU Policies Swedish Match, Public Affairs Director Oct 2011 December 3rd 2013
    Ivan Rogers
    Britain
    Finance Barclays Capital, Head of the Public Sector Industry Group, UK and Ireland UK Government, UK Permanent Representative to the European Union (from Nov 2013); previously Prime Minister’s Adviser on Europe and Global Issues (to Nov 2013) Oct 2011 June 18th 2014
    David Carlander
    Sweden
    Food European Food Safety Authority, Scientific Officer working on guidance for assessing risk of nanotechnology in food Nanotechnology Industries Association, Director of Advocacy Sep 2011 February 27th 2013
    Parvez Khan
    Britain
    Finance UK Permanent Representation in Brussels (for 2 years), Financial attaché (on loan from UK Financial Services Authority where he worked for 5 years) G+ Europe (lobby consultancy), Associate Sep 2011 July 29th 2015
    Darren Ennis
    Ireland
    Foreign affairs European External Action Service, Media and Strategic Communications adviser to Catherine Ashton, EU High Representative of Foreign Affairs and Security MHP Communications, Brussels, Director Sep 2011 May 11th 2015
    Mårten Westrup
    Sweden
    Energy/Climate BusinessEurope, Adviser – Industrial Affairs Committee (climate change) DG Energy, Energy policy & monitoring of electricity, gas, coal and oil markets Jun 2011 November 18th 2015
    Isabel Ortiz
    Spain
    Food DG Enterprise and Industry, Policy Officer, Food Industry Unit (for 3 years) FoodDrinkEurope (Confederation of Food and Drink Industries of the EU), Director of Consumer Information, Diet and Health Mar 2011 February 27th 2013
    Pablo Asbo
    Argentina
    Competition DG Competition (for 6 years), Case-handler Avisa Partners , Associate director on competition Mar 2011 July 29th 2015
    Bruno Dethomas
    France
    Foreign affairs DG External Relations (now European External Action Service), Head of Eastern Partnership Taskforce G+ Europe (lobby consultancy), Independent associate Mar 2011 February 27th 2013
    Thomas Lönngren
    Sweden
    Health/Medicines European Medicines Agency (for 10 years), Executive Director Pharma Executive Consulting Ltd + NDA Group, Strategic adviser Jan 2011 February 27th 2013
    John Bruton
    Ireland
    Foreign affairs DG External Relations (now European External Action Service), EU Ambassador to the US (for 5 years) Cabinet DN (lobby consultancy) + others, Senior adviser Dec 2010 August 30th 2013
    Eline Post
    Netherlands
    Competition DG Competition, Case handler (since 2005) Avisa Partners, Senior consultant on competition Dec 2010 August 30th 2013
    Mårten Westrup
    Sweden
    Energy/Climate DG Enterprise (for 27 months), Policy officer and Legal officer BusinessEurope, Adviser – Industrial Affairs Committee (climate change) Oct 2010 November 18th 2015
    Poppy Kalesi
    Greece
    Energy/Climate DG Energy, Programme manager Statoil, EU Regulatory Affairs Advisor (then Senior Consultant, Innovation Strategy) Sep 2010 November 18th 2015
    Joe Borg
    Malta
    Maritime affairs European Commission, Commissioner for maritime affairs and fisheries Fipra, Special advisor Aug 2010 June 18th 2014
    Louis Michel
    Belgium
    Finance European Commission, Commissioner for development and humanitarian aid Credimo, Board member Jun 2010 August 29th 2014
    Eoin O’Malley
    Ireland
    Trade BusinessEurope, Senior adviser on international relations European Commission, DG Trade, Policy officer Jun 2010 November 18th 2015
    Meglena Kuneva
    Bulgaria
    Finance European Commission, Commissioner for consumer protection BNP Paribas, Non-executive member of the board May 2010 June 18th 2014
    Laura Smillie
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    Food European Food Information Council (for 5 years), Communications manager European Food Safety Authority, Communications directorate May 2010 June 3rd 2014
    David Harley
    Britain
    General European Parliament (since 1975), Deputy Secretary-General and Director-General of the Presidency Burson-Marsteller Brussels, Senior Adviser and now co-Chairman Apr 2010 February 27th 2013
    Petra Erler
    Germany
    Business/Industry DG Enterprise, Head of Cabinet, Commissioner Verheugen (for 4 years) European Experience Company, Managing Director Apr 2010 August 30th 2013
    Günter Verheugen
    Germany
    General European Commission, Commissioner for enterprise and industry European Experience Company + roles at RBS Germany, FleishmanHillard and others, Non-executive managing director (unpaid) and 50 per cent shareholder Apr 2010 June 18th 2014
    Charlie McCreevy
    Ireland
    Finance European Commission, Commissioner for internal market and services Ryanair, BNY Mellon, Sentenial and others, Non-executive director Mar 2010 November 18th 2015
    Mogens Peter Carl
    Denmark
    Environment DG Environment, Director-General Kreab Gavin Anderson (lobby consultancy), Senior Adviser Feb 2010 November 18th 2015
    Benita Ferrero-Waldner
    Austria
    General European Commission, Commissioner for external relations and then trade Munich Re, Gamesa Corporación Technologica, Alpine Holding, Supervisory board member Feb 2010 October 11th 2016 (updated)
    Gary Titley
    UK
    General European Parliament, Member of European Parliament (for 20 years) Hume Brophy, Senior consultant Jan 2010 June 18th 2014
    Erika Mann
    Germany
    IT European Parliament, Member of European Parliament (for 10 years) Computer and Communications Industry Association, and now Facebook, Executive Vice President Dec 2009 February 8th 2016 (updated)

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    Mazedonien: Die Komiker der Selbst Darsteller, welche sich heute Diplomaten und Aussenminister nennen: Beispiel: Christian Hellbach

    Für verbrecherische Organisationen tätig, wie Georg Soros, Georg C.Marshall Centrum, „Open Society“ usw..

    Man kennt nicht einmal mehr das Völkerrecht, die Genver Konvention über die verbotene Einmischung in die Inneren Angelegenheit fremder Staaten, weil diese dummen Profilneurothiker sich im Stile von Steinmeier, Joschka dem Taxischein Besitzer, nur noch Selbst Darsteller sind. Grundlage für Politik war einmal die Geschichte und das Völkerrecht, aber dazu reicht der IQ nicht mehr.

    Jetzt mischt sich noch ein Deutscher in die Inneren Angelegenheiten von Mazedonien ein, nur um die korrupten Verbrecher Kartelle des Georgs Soros mit Zoran Zaev an die Macht zubringen, der schon Minister Posten verkauft.

    As was pointed out by some Montenegrin analysts at the time, in this way, the German ambassador

    Bildergebnis für Gudrun Steinacker

    Gudrun Steinacker violated the basic rules of diplomacy in that she publicly interpreted the speech of the president of another country, whereas the ambassador of the country in question made no comment.[vi] Her actions exposed the extent to which NATO agitators are willing to degrade and destroy any formal and informal international norms

     

    German diplomat: Give Zaev the mandate
    Thursday, 09 March 2017
    Christian Hellbach (* 20. Juli 1959 in Mexiko-Stadt) ist ein deutscher Diplomat. Von 2014 bis 2016 war er Botschafter in Bosnien und Herzegowina.

    Seminar für Sicherheitsherausforderungen in Südosteuropa

    Der deutsche Botschafter, Dr. Christian Hellbach und die amerikanische Botschafterin, Maureen Cormack eröffneten das Seminar „Sicherheitsherausforderungen in Südosteuropa

    Bild vergrößern Seminar für Sicherheitsherausforderungen in Südosteuropa (© Deutsche Botschaft Sarajewo) Dr. Christian Hellbach, Botschafter der Bundesrepublik Deutschland und die amerikanische Botschafterin, Maureen Cormack, eröffneten am 17. Februar 2016 ein zweitägiges Seminar in Hotel „Bristol“ in Sarajewo, über das Thema Sicherheitsherausforderungen in Südosteuropa.

    Veranstalter dieses Seminars war das George C. Marshall Center for Security Studies in Zusammenarbeit mit der deutschen und der amerikanischen Botschaft.
    German diplomatic envoy for the Balkans and Turkey Christian Hellbach called on Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov to give the mandate to form a Government to SDSM leader Zoran Zaev, and also said he sees nothing wrong with the thorny issue of the Tirana platform.

    „My visit serves to underline that Germany cares about your future. Germany reaffirms its commitment to support your country on its way towards NATO and the EU. For this to become possible, the swift formation of a Government along the results of the recent elections dedicated to implement the Urgent Reform Priorities is needed. The reform process is central. The people need jobs, social security, rule of law and effective measures against corruption. We call on all actors to refrain from raising divisive issues not related to these priorities. We are confident that the President will have the wisdom to respect the results of the recent elections and allow the majority in Parliament to form a Government as soon as possible“, Hellbach said in a press statement.

    President Ivanov refused to give the mandate to the leader of the Social-Democratic Union (SDS) Zoran Zaev, because he subscribed to the Tirana platform. The platform was drafted by three ethnic Albanian parties, working along with Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama in Tirana, and it calls for changes to Macedonian national emblems, the name and other concessions. It acceptance by SDSM has sparked daily mass protests across Macedonia. Asked by a journalist if he sees anything wrong with the platform, Hellbach shortly replied „No“.

    The German diplomat also called on all political parties to refrain from raising tensions and negative rhetoric toward Soros NGO groups or international community representatives and to support the work of the Special Prosecutor.

    Prior to this, Ivanov faced pressure from the French liberals to give Zaev the mandate. However, at this point, this is all empty rhetoric.

    Christoph Heusgen – Frank Walter Steinmeier : The Agents of the Anti-Russian U.S. „War Party“ in Europe

    Was kostet ein Deutscher Aussenminister? extrem wenig, wenn man Montenegro als Leuchte der Demokratie verkauft

    NATO wird zum Partner der Montenegrinischen Mafia mit Dukanovic

    The Leaked Montenegrin Government Files: Part I- A Rift Within NATO Confirmed

    In April 2015, Marko Milačić, a well-known Montenegrin journalist and then the director of the Movement for Neutrality of Montenegro, obtained a set of confidential Montenegrin government files focusing on the issues surrounding Montenegro’s membership in NATO.[i] While the leaking of these files caused quite a commotion within the corrupt Montenegrin ruling circles and was […]

    As was pointed out by some Montenegrin analysts at the time, in this way, the German ambassador

    Bildergebnis für Gudrun Steinacker

    Gudrun Steinacker violated the basic rules of diplomacy in that she publicly interpreted the speech of the president of another country, whereas the ambassador of the country in question made no comment.[vi] Her actions exposed the extent to which NATO agitators are willing to degrade and destroy any formal and informal international norms

    The Leaked Montenegrin Government Files: Part II – the U.S. Agents of Influence within the German Government

    friendship with terrorist and Top ORGANIZED CRIME

    Montenegro Opposition: Criminal Structures want to force Country into NATO

    Montenegro, ‘a pawn in the Great Powers’ games’:: Dukanovic: 2015 MAN OF THE YEAR IN ORGANIZED CRIME

    The Agents of the Anti-Russian U.S. „War Party“ in Europe
    In the previous installment of my analysis of the leaked Montenegrin government files, I discussed the U.S. visit of Igor Lukšić, who was then the minister of foreign affairs of Montenegro, and his meetings with Victoria Nuland, assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian Affairs, Charles (Charlie) Kupchan, a presidential advisor and director for Europe in the National Security Council, and three U.S. senators: John McCain, chairman of the Armed Services committee, Ron Johnson, chairman of the subcommittee on Europe and Regional Security Cooperation, and Christopher Murphy, vice-chairman of the same subcommittee.[1] Based on the confidential report of their conversations with Lukšić compiled by the Embassy of Montenegro in Washington, DC, I was able to show that there exists a significant rift within NATO as to whether the further expansion of the alliance is a good idea.

    It is also interesting to note that the most revealing statements on this matter were made by the president Obama’s advisor Kupchan. In fact, it was he who recommended to Lukšić to meet and closely consult with

    CIA Agent: Christoph Heusgen

    Christoph Heusgen, the advisor to the German chancellor Angela Merkel for foreign and security policy, during his upcoming visit to Berlin. In this way, in my opinion, Kupchan signaled that Heusgen was one of the key U.S. agents of influence placed in the top echelon of the German government and therefore a trusted aide in sustaining and furthering the U.S. geopolitical agenda in Europe, especially its aggressive, militaristic stance toward Russia. And, indeed, as I will show, the leaked confidential report of Lukšić’s visit to Berlin, written by the officials at the Embassy of Montenegro in Berlin, bears this out.

    Lukšić visited Berlin on March 24, 2015, about ten days after his visit to the U.S. He first met with the German foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier. Steinmeier became the foreign minister of Germany in December 2013 as the result of the grand coalition between the two largest German political parties, the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and the Social Democratic Party (SPD). While CDU’s Angela Merkel kept her job as the chancellor, Steinmeier,  as the SPD leader, became the foreign minister. He was also a foreign minister in the earlier grand coalition arrangement from 2005 to 2009 and a vice-chancellor from 2007 to 2009.

    What is very curious is that in the last few years, since the eruption of the Ukrainian crisis, Steinmeier has positioned himself in the public eye as the supporter of a less hardline approach toward Russia. He was for instance one of the key advocates of the Minsk Accords I-II, which he negotiated together with the Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov, and which probably offer the only realistic chance of putting an end to the conflict in Ukraine.[2] In addition, he has travelled to Russia frequently and met with the Russian president Vladimir Putin.[3] And yet, according to the leaked report, during the meeting with Lukšić, there were several instances where Steinmeier expressed a clear hostility toward Russia and the Russian influence in the Balkans.

    First, Steinmeier stated that he was pleased with Montenegro in its ability to remain consistent in its foreign policy toward Russia (that is to say, in sustaining the anti-Russian policies, such as the economic sanctions and critical political rhetoric), even though it had found itself under the intense Russian pressure. He claimed that Russia was actively engaged in vastly expanding its influence in the Balkans and inquired whether Lukšić could describe the concrete cases of the Russian activities in Montenegro.

    Lukšić appeared eager to comply and pointed out the presence of what he referred to as „the Russian propaganda“ for which he accused certain opposition parties, non-governmental organizations, and the Serbian Orthodox Church. He stated that it was this Russian-financed „propaganda“ which was responsible for low public support for NATO membership of Montenegro, as if the citizens of Montenegro had not been highly critical of NATO, even before the re-shaping of the Russian foreign and security policy under Putin. This attempt of Lukšić to ascribe the legitimate civic concerns to foreign manipulation was condemned by many Montenegrin public figures after the report was leaked to the press and led to a lawsuit against him by the Movement for Neutrality of Montenegro (MNMNE), which is still ongoing.[4]

    Lukšić also tried to assuage Steinmeier’s fears about the Russian economic influence in Montenegro by claiming that after the sanctions were put in place, the volume of economic activity had drastically fallen and that the Russians were now generally present only as tourists. Even the number of Russian tourists was declining, Lukšić added (most likely with enthusiasm in his voice), as if this was a good thing and not a serious problem for the Montenegrin budget. This is yet another example of how ideological commitment to the „Euro-Atlantic“ [NATO] agenda by the corrupt Montenegrin ruling class, to which Lukšić belongs, goes directly against the vital economic interests of the Montenegrin citizens.

    Lukšić’s next meeting in Berlin was with Christoph Heusgen, Angela Merkel’s advisor, for whom, as I pointed out earlier, there is a strong reason to believe that he is more willing to serve the U.S. hegemonic foreign policy goals in Europe than the national interest of the government he is supposed to be advising. The national interest of Germany is economic cooperation and political detente with Russia, and not antagonistic relations pushed for by the NATO political and military figures and the „war party“ in Washington, DC, which includes the members of both the Republican and Democrat political establishments and is ideologically legitimized by the Council on Foreign Relations and the Atlantic Council. The German-Russian animosities have proven disastrous for Germany not once, but twice during the last century and any repetition of hostility would lead to the same tragic outcome.

    Heusgen, however, seemed indifferent to the abyss into which the further confrontation with Russia may push Germany, and, in his conversation with Lukšić, he displayed a sharp anti-Russian tone. He demanded to know whether any Montenegrin top officials would attend the Victory Day parade in Moscow scheduled to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the end of the WWII in Europe. As I have written at the time, there was a concerted effort on the part of the U.S.-NATO circles to make sure that no European head of state or government accepted Putin’s invitation in order to deepen the isolation of Russia from the international community.[5] This effort was largely successful and the only European states that sent their top officials to attend the parade were Serbia and Macedonia.

    Lukšić replied to Heusgen that the final decision about the parade had not been made yet, but took Heusgen’s hint so seriously that not long after his return to Montenegro, the president Filip Vujanović announced that he would in fact not attend the parade, even though he had already accepted the invitation. This sudden U-turn created a diplomatic scandal as the Russian ambassador to Montenegro Andrei Nesterenko publicly expressed his surprise, underscoring the pitiful lack of independence in the Montenegrin leadership’s decision making.[6]

    Heusgen also told Lukšić that Germany would strongly support a positive decision on the invitation to Montenegro to join NATO at the meeting of NATO foreign ministers in December 2015. In fact, he promised that Germany would lobby for the Montenegrin cause among those NATO member states which have publicly stated their reluctance to vote for further expansion, such as France. In addition, Heusgen demonstrated very sophisticated knowledge of the U.S. domestic political process (no doubt due to his close cooperation with Obama’s advisor Kupchan) in that he claimed that it would make it easier for the U.S. if the invitation was issued at this meeting rather than at the 2016 NATO Summit in Warsaw, because NATO expansion with just one country (and as small as Montenegro) would be „a difficult sell“ in the U.S. Congress. Needless to say, this shows a high degree of conspiratorial non-transparency with the intention to mislead the legitimate representatives of the American people by those political forces whose grand geopolitical design is the militaristic encirclement of Russia.

    Moreover, Heusgen promised Lukšić the German logistical and financial assistance in confronting what, based on Lukšić’s complaints, he perceived as the Russian influence in the Montenegrin political life. The primary focus of these activities was to be directed at raising the public support for NATO membership (which hovers around 30 percent) as well as supporting the various pro-NATO media outlets and organizations. In fact, it was precisely this type of foreign money infusion that has enabled the pro-NATO camp to stay afloat in Montenegro all these years, considering that NATO membership has no internal grounding or domestic legitimacy in the vast segments of the Montenegrin population.

    In conclusion, one can say that this leaked Montenegrin government report has revealed the full extent to which both the German foreign minister Steinmeier and the top Merkel’s advisor Heusgen, contrary to their public appearance and rhetoric, have been willing to act as the agents of the anti-Russian U.S. „war party“ in Europe. This is a serious matter that needs to be taken into consideration not only by the German people whose representatives they purport to be, but also by the citizens of other EU nations, considering that similar agents of influence operate within their political elites as well. Without the timely discovery and political replacement of these individuals, another big-scale war in Europe may be around the corner.

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    Dr. Filip Kovacevic, Newsbud-BFP Analyst & commentator, is a geopolitical author, university professor and the chairman of the Movement for Neutrality of Montenegro. He received his BA and PhD in political science in the US and was a visiting professor at St. Petersburg State University in Russia for two years. He is the author of seven books, dozens of academic articles & conference presentations and hundreds of newspaper columns and media commentaries. He has been invited to lecture throughout the EU, Balkans, ex-USSR and the US. He currently resides in San Francisco. He can be contacted at fk1917@yahoo.com

    NOTES

    [1] http://www.boilingfrogspost.com/2016/09/14/the-leaked-montenegrin-government-files-part-i-a-rift-within-nato-confirmed/

    [2] http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/ukraine/11408266/Minsk-agreement-on-Ukraine-crisis-text-in-full.html

    [3] https://sputniknews.com/politics/20160323/1036804101/kremlin-steinmeier-putin-meeting.html

    [4] http://mondo.me/a446827/Info/Crna-Gora/Pokret-za-neutralnost-tuzi-MVPEI-i-Luksica.htm l

    [5] http://www.boilingfrogspost.com/2015/04/17/bfp-exclusive-guess-whos-coming-to-the-moscow-parade/

    [6] http://www.cdm.me/politika/nesterenko-vujanovic-prvo-potvrdio-dolazak-u-moskvu-pa-se-predomislio

    Newsbud Exclusive – The Coup That Never Was: A False NATO Intelligence Narrative in Montenegro

    There is an old anecdote about the different types of intelligence agencies. It says that a mediocre intelligence agency is protecting the government from the coup, a good intelligence agency is participating in the coup, while the best intelligence agency is organizing it. Mind you, the government in question is not the foreign government, but […]

    Die Todesschwadronen der EU auf dem Maidan mit Elbmar Brok, Westerwelle, Ashton, Martin Schulz, KAS, Steinmeier, Victory Nuland in neuer Dokumentation

    Alles bestens bekannt, auch durch Ärzte, Litauische Geheimdienst Berichte, mit direketer Information an Ashton, wie abgehörte Gespräche zeigen. Die damals bereits obduzierten Opfer, wurden nicht mit Polizei Munition u.a. erschossen der BERKUT Truppen usw.. sondern wie Filme zeigten, vor allem vom Hotel Maidan aus, wo die Elmar Brok Mord Schwadronen das Hotel kontrollierten. Der Mörder und Auftragskiller kamen aus der US Botschaft, gingen in die Botschaft zurück und wie in Libyen, tauchte kurz zuvor Hillary Clinton, Victory Nuland, John McCain, Frank Walter Steinmeier auf, mit vollen Wissen und live informiert, auch Ashton. Elmar Brok mit dem Chef der Auftragskiller – kein Problem.

    Deshalb hat man auch die MA-17 abgeschossen um eine Intervention zuerreichen und weitere massive Erpressungen der EU und USA um zusetzen, was sowieso jeder mit Erfahrung als CIA Schema erkannte und von Beginn dokumentiert wurde. siehe auch Prof. Krysmanski über diese Terror Aktionen um Umstürze zuorganisieren was CIA Offizier Robert Baer gut erklärt, wie man mit Millionen Terror Aktionen, Morde, mit gekauften Politikern und Militärs in Jugoslawien organisierte und kaufte.

    Woher kamen die Todesschüsse?

    Stefan Korinth

    Ein Maidankämpfer kauert am 20. Februar 2014 hinter einem Baum an der Institutska-Straße im Kugelhagel. Mit einem dünnen Metallschild versucht er sich zu schützen. Bild: Screenshot aus dem YouTube-Video von Jerome Sessini

    Der Prozess um die Todesschützen vom Maidan läuft weiterhin und hat erstaunliche Erkenntnisse zu bieten

    Keine tödliche Kugel passt zu Berkut-Kalaschnikows. Die Staatsanwaltschaft nutzt ein entscheidendes Überwachungsvideo nicht. Und über hundert Menschen erklärten bislang, Schützen in Maidangebäuden gesehen zu haben.

    Man kann die Angst spüren. Die Angst, dass jeder Atemzug der letzte sein kann. Grässlich peitschend hallen die Schüsse über die Institutska-Straße. Verzweifelt kauern Maidankämpfer sich hinter Bäumen, Büschen und Mauern. Andere rufen nach Sanitätern. Rundherum liegen Erschossene. Die Videoaufnahmen des französischen Fotografen Jerome Sessini vermitteln das Grauen hautnah.

    Sessini war mitten unter Maidankämpfern an vorderster Front auf der Institutska-Straße in Kiew zwischen Hotel Ukraina und der Metrostation Kreschatik, als jemand am 20. Februar 2014 das Feuer auf sie eröffnete. Warum sie trotz Toter und Verletzter immer wieder in neuen Wellen vorrückten, so wie Aufnahmen es zeigen, ist kaum zu erklären. Genau drei Jahre ist das mittlerweile her und noch immer ist unbekannt, wer die Schützen waren und wer sie beauftragt hatte.

    Die Maidanführer machten sofort Präsident Viktor Janukowitsch dafür verantwortlich. Der westliche Medien-Mainstream schloss sich diesem Vorwurf größtenteils an. Janukowitsch hingegen verneinte, einen Schießbefehl gegeben zu haben. Auch die angeklagten Berkut-Polizisten Pawlo Abroskin und Serhiy Zinchenko bestritten, Menschen erschossen zu haben. Die Generalstaatsanwaltschaft (GPU) klagte eine Berkut-Truppe des Mordes an insgesamt 48 Maidananhängern an diesem Tage an.

    Dass es an der Version der Maidansieger und der GPU jedoch erhebliche Zweifel gibt, berichtete Telepolis in den vergangenen Jahren mehrfach (Friendly Fire in Kiew?, Scharfschützenmorde: Die Spur führt zum Rechten Sektor).

    In diesen Artikeln wurden die Nachforschungen des kanadisch-ukrainischen Politikwissenschaftlers Ivan Katchanovski zum „Maidan-Massaker“ zitiert, der ausschließlich öffentlich zugängliches Material zu dem Massenmord ausgewertet hatte. Inzwischen arbeite auch die ukrainische Generalstaatsanwaltschaft mit seiner Studie, bestätigte Katchanovski nun auf Telepolis-Anfrage.

    Der mittlerweile im russischen Exil lebende Ex-Präsident Janukowitsch bat das Gericht kürzlich, Katchanovskis Material als Beweis zu nutzen, als er per Videoschalte in dem Prozess befragt wurde. Janukowitsch verneinte dabei erneut, Schießbefehle erteilt zu haben. Zudem sagte er aus, am 20. Februar 2014 Berichte über Scharfschützen erhalten zu haben. Diese hätten aus oberen Stockwerken von Gebäuden gefeuert, deren Eingänge von Maidan-Streitkräften bewacht wurden.

    Katchanovski hatte in seiner Studie ermittelt, dass vorrückende Maidankämpfer und andere Maidananhänger von Schützen aus Gebäuden wie dem Hotel Ukraina, dem Oktoberpalast oder der Bank Arkada erschossen wurden. Genau wie die Untersuchung der Generalstaatsanwaltschaft habe auch seine Studie „keine zuverlässigen Beweise“ dafür gefunden, dass Regierungsscharfschützen der Einheiten Omega, SBU-Alpha, Bulat oder Scharfschützen einer sogenannten „dritten Kraft“ die Maidankämpfer ermordeten, unterstreicht der Forscher von der Universität Ottawa.

    Die Zahl der Zeugen, die im Gerichtsprozess, aber auch in Medieninterviews und sozialen Netzwerken aussagten, Scharfschützen in den vom Maidan kontrollierten Gebäuden gesehen zu haben, sei mittlerweile auf über 100 Personen gestiegen, erläuterte Katchanovski. Verwundete Überlebende sprachen von schwarz Gekleideten mit schwarzen Sturmhauben und Waffen, die an Fenstern und auf Dächern zu sehen gewesen seien.

    27 von 28 an der Institutska getöteten Maidananhängern und die absolute Mehrheit der Verletzten sei aus signifikant vertikalen Winkeln erschossen worden, so Katchanovski weiter. Die Barrikade weiter hinten auf der Straße, von der Berkut-Polizisten feuerten, befand sich jedoch auf nahezu gleicher Höhe mit den Maidankämpfern.

    Die Tötung eines dieser Regierungsgegner, Viktor Chmilenko, wurde vom bereits erwähnten Jerome Sessini auf Video festgehalten. Die Szene wurde in der Ukraine weithin als Beweis dafür gezeigt, dass Chmilenko von Regierungskräften erschossen wurde. Seine Position und die steilen vertikalen Winkel seiner Wunden im Hals und in der linken Schulter zeigen jedoch, dass er aus dem Hotel Ukraina erschossen wurde, betont Katchanovski – mit einer 30-06 Springfield-Kugel.

    https://www.heise.de/tp/features/Woher-kamen-die-Todesschuesse-3630949.html

     

     

    Steinmeier in Aktion, bei seinen PR Aktionen von Lügen und als PR Promoter des Verbrechens

    17 Jahre unterwanderte EU Mafia und Botschaft des Betruges in Tirana, wo man Alles kaufen kann

    HDZ Mafia in Tirana with EU Ambassador: Romana Vlahutin: Overcharged or corrupted?

    Mafia Government Albania: US Embassy, Albanian Prosecutor Row Over Judicial Reform
    NATO Mafia State: Albania: On the verge of state bankruptcy

    EU Ambassador Romana Vlahutin visits Vlora. Jan. 31, 2017. Source: RTSh.

    Protests in Romania against the anticorruption law.

    Breaking: EU Won’t Open Accession Negotiations with Albania

    Breaking: EU Won’t Open Accession Negotiations with AlbaniaEU Foreign Ministers meeting.

    Today a draft report (PDF) of the conclusions of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the European Union confirmed that Albania has to fulfill five conditions before the EU will decide to open accession negotiations:

    1. Implementation of the judicial reform and the vetting law;
    2. Fight against corruption, especially high-level corruption;
    3. Fight against organized crime, especially cannabis cultivation and trafficking;
    4. Implementation of the decriminalization law;
    5. Electoral reform according to OSCE-ODIHR recommendations and free and fair elections.

    As such, the Ministers of Foreign Affairs affirmed the same conditions mentioned a few weeks ago by Chairman of the EU Affairs Commission of the Bundestag Gunther Krichbaum and German Chancellor Angela Merkel…… http://www.exit.al/en/2016/12/13/breaking-eu-wont-open-accession-negotiations-with-albania/

    Austrian Deputy Hammer: Drug Cultivation and Traffic Obstacle for Negotiations

    Austrian Deputy Hammer: Drug Cultivation and Traffic Obstacle for NegotiationsFollowing harshly formulated comments from the Bundestag’s EU Affairs Commission Chairperson Gunther Kirchbaum yesterday, the Austrian ÖVP Deputy and chairman of the parliamentary Austrian–Albanian friendship group, Michael Hammer, stated in a press release that the accession negotiations with Albania “will be started, when certain requirements and conditions have been fulfilled. In general one sees positive developments in […]

    Germany’s Seven Conditions for Albania

    Germany’s Seven Conditions for AlbaniaAfter visiting Prime Minister Edi Rama today in Tirana, chairperson of the EU Affairs Commission in the Bundestag, Gunther Krichbaum, has given a press conference in which he announced that the CDU/CSU parliamentary majority will vote against the opening of EU accession negotiations with Albania, in spite of the recommendation of the European Commission (EC). According to Krichbaum, […]

    http://www.koch-mehrin.de/assets/Logo-New-Europe.jpg

    Overcharged or corrupted?

    The European Commission has recently purchased a €1.65 million villa in the area of Rolling Hills on the outskirts of Tirana, Albania.

    The villa houses the head of the EU delegation there, Ambassador Romana Vlahutin, who news website ‘Exit’ reports took over the negotiations for the purchase of the villa from the law firm that was previously handling the negotiations. Most curiously the report notes that the EU spent €4,700 per square meter, whereas the prices advertised for villas in Rolling Hills range from €1,000 to €2,000 per square meter.

    Twice the size for half the price

    What is even more impressive than the new €1.65 million, 345 square meter villa of the European External Action Service (which oversees the Delegations’ work), is the intense research project that buying this villa must have been.https://www.neweurope.eu/article/eu-pays-double/

    Former UK ambassador proposes Serbia territories exchange

     

     

    Former UK ambassador proposes Serbia territories exchange

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    Ivor Roberts, former United Kingdom’s ambassador in Belgrade has said that “Serbia and Kosovo should exchange territories” because, in his opinion, this is the only way for reaching the lasting peace, Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN) reported on Wednesday.

    Earlier this week Roberts, who has been British ambassador in the former Federal Republic of Yugoslavia from 1994 to 1997, has promoted his book “Conversations with Milosevic” in London. According to BIRN, Serbian ambassador in United Kingdom Ognjen Pribicevic was present.

    Roberts said that the multiethnic states are an ideal, but in reality “exchange of Presevo valley in Serbia for the territory of Kosovo north from Ibar River could be the only way to stabilize the relations and provide Serbia’s recognition of Kosovo as an independent state”.

    British diplomat made his proposal days after US congressman Dana Rohrabacher suggested the same idea. Serbian prime minister Aleksandar Vucic rebuffed Rohrabacher’s suggestion stressing that Kosovo is integral part of Serbia, as it was defined by the constitution.

    Roberts said he was hoping that the borders in the Balkans would become – “as everywhere” – the symbol of diversification rather than the symbol of divisions; this could be achieved only if different national communities could feel safer and more stable within their entities, Roberts explained.

    When asked what would such territories exchange mean for the rest of the region, especially for FYROM and Bosnia, Roberts said that the secession of the Republic of Srpska would be hardly achievable taking into account Serbia’s ambivalence and strong opposition of the Bosniaks.

    Considering the arguments that the West’s support to Kosovo’s independence has pushed Serbia “in Russia’s hands”, Roberts said that growing Russian influence in the Balkans was the consequence of “Russia’s awakening” which has appeared independently from the situation in Kosovo./IBNA

    Serbian reaction: „Land swap“ US congressman is close to Albanian lobby – PM

    Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said the same agreement concerning a wall Kosovska Mitrovica as the one implemented over the weekend, was reached on December 8.
    Source: B92

    Vucic is seen in Belgrade on Monday (Tanjug)
    Vucic is seen in Belgrade on Monday (Tanjug)

    „I don’t know what somebody’s intentions were in the days that followed, and I still wonder what that was about. To those who think they’re smart and who are saying that the Serbs gave in, I recommend to demonstrate their heroism with real deeds,“ Vucic said on Monday.
    According to him, „peace has been preserved and Kralja Petra Street in northern Kosovska Mitrovica protected.“

    „I am still confused and curious about still not receiving an answer – why wasn’t everything done the same evening,“ said Vucic.

    „You’re bothered by Belgrade. Well, say you’re bothered by Belgrade. Why were you bribing Serb List (Kosovo) assembly members? Because you wanted to separate them from Belgrade? I don’t recommend doing that, you can’t win. I’m waiting for them to tell me I lied and didn’t say the truth. Nobody from the EU can say that, and I still have not spoken about a good chunk of the details in front of the citizens,“ the prime minister said.

    Vucic also stated that US Congressman Dana Rohrabacher – who has reportedly sent a letter to Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic, proposing „a land swap“ involving southern parts of central Serbia and northern Kosovo – „was both to Belgrade and in Pristina.“

    „He (Rohrabacher) is close to the Albanian lobby, these are some attempts to (reach) other solutions. Our Constitution speaks clearly about (territorial) integrity,“ Vucic stressed.

    He added that he „expects nothing from (Kosovo) Albanians.“

    „I don’t believe them at all, they want to make an NGO out of the ZSO (Community of Serb Municipalities) and play gramophone records. The whole essence of everything is, ‚how can we make a mockery of what has been signed four years ago‘. I don’t believe them at all. Not them, and not those who are protecting them,“ the prime minister said.

    Albanians caught entering UK illegally more than any other nationality

    Security men search lorries before they depart for UK in the harbour of Zeebrugge, Belgium
    Home Office statistics show 981 Albanian ‘clandestine migrants’ discovered at UK entry ports from 2008 to 2016
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    Security men search lorries before they depart for UK in the harbour of Zeebrugge, Belgium
    Security men search lorries before they depart for UK in the harbour of Zeebrugge, Belgium. Most illegal immigrants are caught before they arrive in Britain. Photograph: Jo de Man/EPA

    Wednesday 8 February 2017 08.47 GMT Last modified on Wednesday 8 February 2017 09.38 GMT
    Twice as many Albanians have been caught as stowaways at UK ports than any other nationality, new government figures reveal.

    Some 981 Albanian “clandestine migrants” were discovered at UK entry ports from 2008 until spring 2016, according to Home Office statistics released to the Guardian under the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act.

    These included a group of more than 50, including a pregnant woman, discovered in a lorry at the Humber sea terminal at Killingholme near Grimsby in June 2015. Albania is not part of the European Union, but borders Greece, an EU country, and its mafia are known to UK police as ruthless people traffickers and drug smugglers.

    Afghans formed the second biggest cohort, with 425 port detections during the same period, followed by Algerians (424), Iranians (348), Indians (322), Palestinians (129) and Vietnamese (124). These include clandestine migrants found at UK Eurostar terminals and airports as well as ports and harbours.

    One US passport holder was discovered stowed away, as well as one Russian and one, in 2012, from the Czech Republic, which is part of the EU. Despite the free movement of people between EU states, the UK can bar some serious criminals from entering the country.

    As the refugee crisis took hold in 2015, there was a big rise in Iranians, Syrians and Iraqis caught entering the UK illegally. In the first quarter of 2016, the last period for which figures are available, there were 122 Iranians detected at UK entry ports, along with 31 Syrians and 21 Iraqis. During that three-month period 318 clandestine migrants were found at UK ports – compared with 556 in the whole of 2015, and 681 in 2014.

    Most illegal immigrants are caught before they arrive in the UK, with lorries at Calais and other continental European ports x-rayed for stowaways. Yet the new figures show that hundreds each year still make it onto UK soil before they are detected. In one of the most successful border force operations, 68 migrants were discovered in the back of four lorries at Harwich in Essex, including two pregnant women and 15 children, in June 2015.

    The Home Office appeared reluctant to release the information, only partially submitting to the Guardian’s request after they were ordered to comply with the FoI act by the information commissioner.

    They refused to comply in full to the Guardian’s initial FoI request, made in May 2016, which also asked at which UK port, train station or airport clandestine migrants had been detected.

    Officials from the Home Office considered the information to be exempt from disclosure “on the grounds that release would or would be likely to, prejudice the operation of the immigration controls”.

    In their response to the Guardian, an official accepted there was a public interest in revealing the information. “The Home Office recognises that there is a general public interest in openness and transparency in all aspects of government. It is acknowledged that there is public interest in locations where clandestine migrants were discovered. Disclosure of the information requested would result in greater transparency and accountability around operational matters. The release of information would enhance the understanding in Border Force operations at ports of entry, such as Heathrow and Hull,” they wrote.

    But they concluded that the information should be kept secret because it would help illegal immigrants and people traffickers to evade border controls.

    The Home Office also refused to disclose how many of the clandestine migrants detected at UK ports claimed and received asylum, saying it would cost too much to collate the information.

    Information about clandestine migrants can fall into one of three categories: (a) those stopped at the juxtaposed controls (where checks take place on certain cross-channel routes before boarding, rather than disembarkation), (b) those stopped at UK ports and (c) those picked up in-country.

    The latest figures released to the Guardian only cover monthly port detections of clandestine migrants in the UK.

    Most clandestine migrants are discovered trying to board boats and trains bound for the UK, rather than on UK soil. Information released under FoI laws to the Economist last year showed the number of detected clandestine entry attempts to Britain via European ports and train tunnels increased from about 1,000 a month in 2008-12 to 2,000 in late 2013, before rising to 4,000 in 2014 and almost 13,000 in July 2015.