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Romania’s chief anticorruption prosecutor attacks foreign intelligence service

by Romania Insider

Romania’s National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) hasn’t received any information on possible crimes from the foreign intelligence service SIE in the last three years, DNA chief prosecutor Laura Codruta Kovesi said on Tuesday, April 26.

“It’s illegal to have information about possible crimes and not inform the National Anticorruption Directorate,” Kovesi said in a conference about the obstacles in the fight against corruption in Romania.

“Since I took over as DNA chief prosecutor, we haven’t received any information from SIE. However, we see more suspects who start businesses abroad. This raises the question why we haven’t ever been informed of such activities. We haven’t been notified about foreign bank accounts, or luxury villas, or luxury yachts,” she added, according to Mediafax.

The chief anticorruption prosecutor said that DNA sometimes found out about Romanian politicians’ or businessmen’s assets abroad from the media. “Do we really believe that EUR 6-7 million real estate assets can be bought without any intelligence officer stumbling upon this?” she asked.

She pointed out that it was illegal to withhold such information from the DNA and that any intelligence service director or officer should respect this. “I find it hard to believe that there is no information. It’s a matter of national security when someone transfers millions of euro to another country, when significant amounts are transferred through offshores,” Kovesi said.

This is DNA’s first open attack on one of the country’s intelligence services, which brings to the surface the power struggle between some of Romania’s power institutions. A few weeks back, news broke that former Israeli spies, working for a private company called Black Cube, have been spying on Kovesi and her family. The Black Cube representatives claimed that the company’s services had been commissioned by the Romanian authorities.

The chief prosecutor of the Directorate for Combatting Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) Daniel Horodniceanu said that the foreign intelligence service SIE hasn’t helped DIICOT in investigating this espionage case. He made the statement at the same conference where Kovesi launched her attack on SIE, according to Romania Libera.

The foreign intelligence service SIE is the country’s second-biggest secret service after the Romanian intelligence service SRI. Former Prime Minister Mihai Razvan Ungureanu has been director of SIE since July 2015. He previously held this position between 2007 and 2012.

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Serbia: Between unrecognised neutrality and NATO membership

Serbia: Between unrecognised neutrality and NATO membership


The International Institute for Middle-East and Balkan Studies (IFIMES) in Ljubljana, Slovenia, regularly analyses events in the Middle East and the Balkans. On the occasion of early parliamentary election in Serbia which is to take place on 24 April 2016  IFIMES has prepared an analysis of the current situation in that country. The most interesting sections from the analysis entitled “Serbia: Between unrecognised neutrality and NATO membership“ are published below.


Between unrecognised neutrality and NATO membership




Early parliamentary election in Serbia is scheduled for 24 April 2016.The country had last early parliamentary election on 16 March 2014. Does Serbia need early parliamentary election? Is Serbia in a situation of political (in)stability? After the country entered into accession negotiations with the European Union (EU) the question whether early parliamentary election is justified has split the Serbian as well as the international public. Parliamentary election will be accompanied by election for the Assembly of Autonomous Province of Vojvodina and by local election.


Consequences of the disastrous government led by Boris Tadić and his Democratic Party (DS) the are still felt in Serbia.  The appearance of Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) certainly represents a fresh wind on Serbia’s political scene. Serbian politics has taken a sharp swerve in many aspects, notably in terms of dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina and attitude to EU membership. Eight years of Tadić’s government pushed Serbia into regression and no matter who will lead the country it will take many years to overcome all the negative consequences of his government.In the forthcoming period Serbia will have to implement regionalisation and ensure a balanced development of all parts of the country.


The National Assembly (parliament) of the Republic of Serbia which is comprised of 250 deputies will be elected by the electorate of 6,737,808 registered voters according to the proportional system. . In Kosovo – which Serbia still regards as its Autonomous Province according to its Constitution – parliamentary election will be held in municipalities with the prevailing Serbian communities.


According to the valid Electoral Act which was adopted in 2000 and amended in 2004, the Republic of Serbia represents a single constituency and the MPs are elected by a proportional voting system. The reform of the former electoral law abolished the obligatory threshold of 5% of the votes for the parties representing ethnic minorities which instead have to pass the “natural threshold”. The latter is determined by dividing the number of valid votes by 250 members of parliament for each seat, which represents, depending on the turnout, from 12,000 to 16,000 votes.


20 lists will participate at the election run, in comparison with 19 lists at 2014 parliamentary election.


The Republic Electoral Commission (RIK) has officially announced the following lists: ● Aleksandar Vučić – Serbia Wins ● For a Just Serbia – Democratic Party (NOVA, DSHV, ZZS) ● Ivica Dačić – „Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS), United Serbia (JS) – Dragan Marković Palma“ ● Dr Vojislav Šešelj – Serbian Radical Party ● Dveri – Democratic Party of Serbia – Sanda Rašković Ivić – Boško Obradović  ●  Vajdasági Magyar Szövetség-Pásztor István – Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians – Ištvan Pastor ● Boris Tadić, Čedomir Jovanović – Alliance For a Better Serbia – Liberal Democratic Party, League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina, Social Democratic Party  ● Muamer Zukorlić – Bosniak Democratic Union of Sandžak ●  Party of Democratic Action of Sandžak (SDA Sandžaka) – Dr Sulejman Ugljanin ●  For a Free Serbia – Zavetnici – Milica Đurđević  ● Citizen’s group – For Serb revival – Prof. Dr. Slobodan Komazec ●  Rusian Party – Slobodan Nikolić ●  Republican Party – republikánus párt – Nikola Sandulović  ● Serbo-Russian Movement  – Slobodan Dimitrijević  ● Borko Stefanović – Serbia for All of Us ● Dialogue – Youth with attitude – Stanko Debeljaković  ● It’s Enough – Saša Radulović  ● Party for Democratic Action – Ardita Sinani Partia për veprim demokratik ● Green Party  ● Out of Spite – United for Serbia – National Alliance.


According to public opinion polls the list “Aleksandar Vučić – Serbia Wins (Serbian Progressive Party, Social Democratic Party of Serbia, Party of United Pensioners of Serbia, New Serbia, Serbian Renewal Movement, Movement of Socialists)” is leading at the moment.  The following are surely expected to enter the Parliament: the coalition related to the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS), Serbian Radical Party (SRS), Democratic Party (DS), Dveri-DSS, Alliance for a Better Serbia (SDSS, LDP, LSV) and most probably also the movement It’s Enough and the parties of national minorities.


Undoubtedly the election will be won by the coalition gathered around Serbian Progressive Party (SNS). The new Serbian government will most probably be formed by SNS. The choice of coalition partners still depends on SNS’s decision whether to form the government with a broad coalition or rather with small parties. For minority communities it is vital to be present not only in the Parliament but also in the Government of the Republic of Serbia. While the name of the list is Serbia Wins, whether Serbia will really win depends very much on SNS President and incumbent Serbia’s Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić. He will have to improve his previous government practices, say goodbye to some of his old team members and find some younger or more competent staff that will not be burdened with ideology but rather aim to realise the planned goals and results.


Analysts believe that it is crucial for the future of Serbian parliamentary democracy to have a strong and active political opposition that will serve as corrective mechanism for the government in the next term of office.




Serbia is still at a turning point. The so called “schizophrenic” foreign policy established under the Tadić-Jeremić tandem and based on the four pillars comprised of Russia, the EU, the US and China was still, although to a smaller extent, present in the previous period.



The recent agreement signed between Serbia and NATO is not yet a confirmation of Serbia’s Euro-Atlantic orientation. The West is still suspicious about geopolitical orientation of Serbia and some other countries in the region that may still change their direction. In the next period it is therefore critical to ensure that trust is built and strengthened between Serbia and the West.


Serbia’s unilaterally proclaimed war neutrality does not represent any obligation in terms of international relations and international law. It is a mere populist resolution that was adopted by Serbian Assembly in 2007. It has not been recognised either by the neighbouring countries or by the superpowers and it  has not been internationally acknowledged and recorded. All that contributes to aggravation of mistrust of the Western allies towards Serbia. It is therefore vital for Serbia to define its geopolitical direction after the forthcoming parliamentary election in order to avoid further mistrust from the West allies.


Serbia is trying to justify its decision on neutrality with maintenance of territorial integrity and special connections with the Russian Federation. However, the status of neutrality can not protect any of the two interests. Neutrality was proclaimed in 2007 that is seven years after NATO’s forces entered Kosovo. Kosovo became an independent state recognised by numerous UN members and Serbia could not protect its territorial integrity in Kosovo as its constitutional territorial unit. Even Russia used the Kosovo case to legitimize Georgia’s and Ukraine’s dissolution. Serbia will not be able to avoid recognising Kosovo in some way, since this will be a condition for joining the EU.


Neutrality is not a guarantee of preserving special relations with the Russian Federation if Serbia continues the process of European integration. EU is not only a fund from which the poor countries draw money, but it also integrates countries with a common foreign and security policy. Moreover, there is a close connection between EU and NATO based on converging geopolitical interests and common values of democracy, human rights and rule of law. Serbia is so far the only country that proclaimed war neutrality in relation to NATO due to its alleged solidarity towards Russia. In the next period Serbia will have to carefully revise its special relations with Russia and subordinate them to common foreign and security policy regardless of whether it will become NATO member or not. This will be against the interests of Moscow which obviously wants to prevent not only NATO’s but also EU’s enlargement, as was evident in case of Ukraine and recent events in Macedonia where one of the goals was to prevent Macedonia from becoming NATO full member.


While the stories of war neutrality are spreading, Serbia is at the same time expanding its presence in NATO headquarters and strengthening cooperation. On the other hand it is increasing the power of the Russian-Serbian Centre for Emergency Situations in Niš which actually represents the presence of Russian forces in Serbia and may potentially become a Russian military base. Serbia should deal with emergency situations through the Brussels mechanisms that already exist. With the neighbouring Croatia, Albania, Romania, Hungary and Bulgaria and once Montenegro also becomes a NATO member, the neutral Serbia would be completely surrounded by the North Atlantic Treaty countries, including Kosovo with NATO troops. According to war experts‘ assessments neutrality is an unsustainable concept for Serbia’s future.




The issue of dubious privatisations has recently been brought up again by European Parliament (EP) rapporteur for Serbia David McAllister (CDU/EPP). Dubious privatisation cases were referred to in EP resolutions on Serbia, notably in EP Resolution No. 2011/2886(RSP) that was adopted at EP plenary session in Strasbourg on 29 March 2012.


In paragraph 18 that Resolution the European Parliament expressed concerns regarding repeated charges based on Article 359 of the Criminal Code on the abuse of official position, which were accompanied by widespread unjustified freezes of company and private assets. EP underlined that such allegations have undermined trust in the rule of law in Serbia and called upon Serbian authorities to accelerate the revision of the Criminal Code in order to harmonise it with the European standards, to immediately put an end to bringing charges on the basis of provisions on the abuse of official position in private companies and companies with majority private ownership, and to stop the pending criminal proceedings. EP moreover emphasised that, where people have been charged under Article 359 and there is a suspicion that the period for which they have been detained or their assets frozen is disproportionate to their alleged offence, they should be entitled to an immediate review of the proceedings against them and the right to reclaim private property and fair compensation.


In paragraph 19 EP called on the Serbian authorities to review immediately the controversial privatisation and sale of 24 companies, as the European Commission has expressed serious doubts concerning their legality, including those of “Sartid“, “Jugoremedija“, “Mobtel“, “C market“ and “ATP Vojvodina“, and to declassify immediately the documents classified as State Secret regarding their privatisation and sale, which is contrary to European standards. In this respect it drew attention to the utmost importance of compiling a thorough and complete record of public property in order to provide a secure and predictable business environment, ensure restitution of private property and prevent illegal acquisition of public assets by private interests. However, documents on privatisation are still classified as state secret. Even some new commercial agreements that have been concluded by the incumbent government are classified as secret (for example the agreement concluded between the state and Etihad Airways).


The EU increased its demands to prosecute those responsible for organised crime and corruption in Serbia after Austria initiated an investigation in September 2011 on the purchase of mobile operators in the region, notably of Mobtel, by the Austrian state company Telekom, and after the European Parliament adopted the Resolution of 29 March 2012 demanding Serbia to carry out a review of dubious privatisation processes. A notable case was that of “Mobtel” which was sold to the controversial Austrian businessman Martin Schlaff and subsequently to Norwegian Telenor for EUR 1,513 billion. This is a case of international crime. There has been still insufficient investigation of the role of the present candidate for UN General Secretary Vuk Jeremić in those transactions, which may represent a heavy burden for his UN candidacy.


EP demanded from Serbian authorities to carry out a thorough investigation and review of dubious privatisation processes in 24 companies and to sanction those who are responsible. However, the investigation was performed superficially. It was expected that a clear analysis of the mistakes found in those 24 privatisation deals would be presented by the person responsible for the investigation, but, symptomatically, no elements of crime were found in any of the cases. Obviously certain individuals enjoyed protection, since the revision of dubious privatisation processes was carried out selectively. Except for a few sentences in the report stating that the revision is concluded no concrete results were presented. All those who participated in the revision were well paid for the job, while Serbian citizens did not have the right to be informed of the findings on crime and corruption related to those 24 dubious privatisation cases nor on the measures to be taken in order to prevent such dubious privatisation in the future. The citizens still haven’t received any answers from the responsible authorities.


Investigations into above privatisation cases have shown that in most of those privatisation deals the key role was played by Boris Tadić and some high officials from his Democratic Party (DS) as well as Mlađan Dinkić, former Minister and president of the United Regions of Serbia (URS).


In order to intensify and expand the scope of fighting organised crime and corruption in Serbia, the key actors should be prosecuted. Investigations into dubious privatisation processes of Serbian companies carried out so far have led to Tadić and Dinkić. The question is where the huge amounts of money from Milošević’s regime “disappeared” after democratic election on 5 October 2000 when they were transferred to foreign bank accounts, especially to Cyprus, and what role Mlađan Dinkić played in this process. During Vojislav Koštunica’s government the department of finance was taken over completely by the party G17 Plus. For example, even in a municipality where G17 Plus had no deputies, the director of the tax administration was a member of G17 Plus.  Thus all financial institutions were staffed on the basis of party membership, both horizontally and vertically. It is a task for SNS to stop the traditional political-party-based division of power.


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


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


Another dubious case is the sales agreement of 4 April 2006 when Mobtel’s property was unlawfully taken over by the newly formed company Mobi 63 that was subsequently sold to the Norwegian company Telenor, which was marked as state secret. The question is why and in whose interest was this commercial agreement marked as state secret. Where did EUR 1,513 billion of proceeds from the sale of Mobtel to a foreign owner disappear? Why the total sales value of Mobtel was reduced by some EUR 200 million before it was paid to the transaction account with the National Bank of Serbia? Unless those cases are clarified, they could have a negative effect on future foreign investments in Serbia since they would send a clear message that there is no legal safety for foreign investors in this country.




The issue of Kosovo (Kosovo and Metohija) still represents a key concern in Serbian domestic and foreign policy. The Belgrade-Priština dialogue has been carried out for several years under the patronage of Brussels.  During the dialogue certain progress has been made and cooperation established between Serbia’s and Kosovo’s political structures. This cooperation has resulted in the support expressed by Serbian MPs in Kosovo Assembly for the election of Hashim Thaçi (PDK) as Kosovo President who could not have been elected without the quorum of Serbian representatives, whereby it should be reminded that the latter receive directions for their actions from Belgrade. This time the official Belgrade made a critical mistake for having expressed political support to Thaçi, a politician with burdens from the past who will find it difficult to avoid being processed by the newly-formed Special War Crimes Court. There is an increasing likelihood that Albin Kurti and his Self-Determination movement (Lëvizja Vetëvendosje!) could become a new Kosovo’s partner with official Belgrade.


Kosovo and Metohija are according to the Constitution of the Republic of Serbia a constituent part of Serbia, while according to the Constitution of the Republic of Kosovo they are an independent state. The key question is how to align these two constitutional concepts in order to ensure lasting peace and long-term stability. This is the question that still makes Serbia a state with undefined state borders, total number of inhabitants and sovereignty, which all prevents it from EU accession. Serbia will have to make more efforts to follow a rational strategy instead of leading the politics that have been irrational in many aspects so far.


Ljubljana, 21 April 2016

Ex-Mossad Agents Accused of Spying on Romanian Corruption Czar

Israeli security firm Black Cube says it has information on serious corruption in the Romanian government.

Romanian prosecutors are investigating four Israeli citizens accused of spying on DNA anti-corruption agency chief Laura Codruta Kovesi.


The spying allegations surfaced when her father, former prosecutor Ion Lascu, filed a complaint that led to the preventative arrest of two of the four suspects, on charges of information fraud and harassment, according to


Among the suspects are Dan Zorella and Avi Yanus, both former Mossad intelligence officers who co-founded the Israeli private investigation firm Black Cube. That company also hired Meir Dagan, a former Mossad chief who died in March, according to Romanian investigation site Rise Project.


The suspects arrested in Romania, Ron Weiner and David Geclowicz, are accused of hacking three e-mail accounts of people close to Kovesi in March.


Weiner was responsible for the technical side of the operation while Geclowicz contacted people in Kovesi’s entourage, according to


Investigators are trying to figure out who hired Black Cube to spy on Kovesi, said the head of the Directorate for the Investigation of Organized Crimes and Terrorism (DIICOT), Daniel Horodniceanu.


Kovesi dubbed the affair a “failed attempt at intimidation,” according to


Black Cube confirmed the arrest of its employees for The Times of Israel, while insisting that the “allegations against them are unfounded and untrue.”


“Recently, the company undertook a project in Romania to collect evidence of serious corruption in the Romanian government and its agencies. Whilst performing this work, two of the company’s employees were arrested after having made significant discoveries,” according to a statement released by the firm.



  • Romanian President Klaus Iohannis on April 7 signed a decree appointing Kovesi for another three-year mandate at the helm of the DNA, adding that he was very satisfied with the agency’s work.


  • The DNA announced earlier in 2016 that it was reviewing over 10,000 cases. Cases brought by the agency have already brought down a serving premier and a former Bucharest mayor, with hundreds of officials awaiting criminal trials. However, its tireless activities put an unexpected strain on international projects, because of the authorities’ wariness to sign deals under increased public scrutiny.


  • The DNA was set up in 2003 to combat corruption that was seen as running throughout the political system. Romania’s reputation for official graft slowed its EU accession process and continues to delay its entry into the borderless Schengen area.


  • Kovesi has led the agency since 2013, becoming known as an aggressive crimefighter, often in the face of parliament’s resistance to anti-corruption measures.

Compiled by Ioana Caloianu


EU, GMF, Georg Soros Money Laundering Party SDSM in Macedonia: (Zoran Zaev) and NGO „MOST“ from Lebanon, Albania, Kyrgistan, Jordan

Bulgarian president: We have information of scenarios to destabilize Macedonia and the region

Video from War – crime – organisation: GMF

The German – Georg Soros: AIIS Mafia and Enver Hasani, Alber Rakipi

PES Budapest 2015: Gangster Treffen der Korruption: Zoran Zaev Ma
PES Budapest 2015: corruptioin Gangster Meeting: Zoran Zaev – Martin Schulz

Rothschild: „America Is The Biggest Tax Haven In The World“

!!!Zaev announces SDSM won’t go to elections !!!!

Financial Police: NGO MOST has questionable Money wires from Lebanon, Albania, Kyrgistan, Jordan

Thursday, 07 April 2016


Macedonia’s financial police reported it has received a tip of suspicious financial transations from and to the banking accounts of NGO MOST. The Skopje based NGO has received substantial sum of money from places such as Lebanon, Jordan, Kyrgistan, Albania, Tunisia and Palestine. Most has also sent money out to individuals as well as other „NGOs“ based in the above mentioned countries.


MOST has so far refused to cooperate with the financial police and allow it to review its accounting books. The financial police issued the following information to the press:


„Despite the professional approach by inspectors from the Financial police and our timely request to review the accounting practices at „MOST“ which included the wiring of substantial amount of money from individuals  and organizations of questionable background, the man in charge at MOST responded that he would not collaborate and will not provde any documents“, says the financial police in their response to media.


The financial police says if MOST does not collaborate, they will proceed with instruments according to the law for criminal investigation. The financial police adds their main duties are to control the money from and to Macedonia, particularly to prevent money laundering.

For now, the financial police is not sure whether MOST have broken the law, because they haven’t provided any documents.


MOST has very close connections with both Soros and the SDSM leadership. Its manager Darko Aleksov is said to be worth several million euros even though he has never held an actual job, apart from being the head of the NGO. All of MOST’s membership, roughly 100 people, belong to the SDSM. 

Georg Soros Gangster schlagen sich um die Beute bei den bezahlten Demonstrationen

wo man Kriminelle Weltweit anheuert, für Sabotage Aktionen, Drogen Schmuggel und Betrug ohne Ende. Secret Operation = George C. Marshall Center.

Führende Trottel Abteilung der Politik Abzocker und Banditen und geleitet von einem Berufs Betrüger: Niemand braucht sowas!

European Endowment for Democracy (EED) und European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR), als Ableger des CFR: Front Organisation im Drogen und Waffen Handel

Georg Soros Standard propaganda: Member of the War and crime organisation:

GermanMarshallFund and here by the GermanMarshallFund youtube canal

ZAEV natürlich nun mit Albaner Flagge

ZAEV natürlich nun mit Albaner Flagge

Georg Soros ist für Drogen Handel und Betrug, und so destabilisiert er Länder um Geschäfte zu machen. Besonders bei der Geldwäsche spielt Georg Soros Leute aus dem Drogenhandel eine besonders wichtige Rolle.

Unsere Nonsens Politiker aus Berlin, die Nichts mehr in der Welt noch in der EU zu Sagen haben, sind Geschäftspartner dieses Welt Verbrechers.


George Soros und die zwangsoffene Gesellschaft
Von Leandra Bernstein

George Soros läßt seit langem seine spekulativen Milliardengewinne in korrupte Kanäle fließen, die nach außen als „philanthropische“ oder „Menschenrechts“- Organisationen getarnt sind. Sein Ziel ist die Abschaffung jeder Form von nationaler Souveränität.
Jede Nation, die die Globalisierung (d.h. den britischen Imperialismus) ablehnt, ist eine geschlossene Gesellschaft und wird zur Zielscheibe von Soros und dessen Schattenregierung.
Das Open Society Institute (OSI), Human Rights Watch, die Soros Foundation, Extractive Industries Transparency Institute sind alle geheimdienstliche Einrichtungen britischen Stils unter der Oberaufsicht von Soros.

Soros? Programm richtete eine Katastrophe an: wahllose Privatisierung der Staatsbetriebe, schmutzige Geschäfte zum Ausverkauf militärindustrieller Bestände, Rohstoffschmuggel, Waffen und Drogen.
In nur fünf Jahren rutschten weite Teile der produktiven Arbeitnehmerschaft in
kriminelle Aktivitäten ab, und Rußland erlebte eine massive Ausdehnung des
Drogenhandels und -konsums.4
In den Jahren nach dem Zusammenbruch der Sowjetunion gründete Soros Stiftungen in 23 Ländern. Nach Beginn des Balkankriegs 1991 pumpte Soros Millionen in die Region; allein nach Kroatien flossen Gelder in Höhe von 15 Mio. $ für politische Subversion. Im Dezember 1996 stellte der kroatische Präsident Franjo Tudjman fest:
?Mit Soros? Hilfe haben [seine Organisationen] die Gesellschaft vollkommen infiltriert
An ihrem Projekt sind 290 verschiedene Institutionen und Hunderte von Menschen beteiligt.
Der Bankenapparat der Rothschilds mit seinen internationalen Verflechtungen stand und steht im Zentrum schmutziger britischer Geldoperationen von Geldwäsche über Rohstoffspekulation bis Drogen-für-Waffen-Geschäfte, Finanzierung internationaler Verbrechernetze und weitgehender Kontrolle über den Goldhandel.
Quantum-Vorstandsmitglied und Schweizer Topfinanzier Edgar de Picciotto war Mitte bis Ende der achtziger Jahre an Angriffen auf die europäische LaRouche-Organisation beteiligt, als er über die schweizerische Denkfabrik Geo-Pol Geld an den damaligen LaRouche-Mitarbeiter Laurent Murawiec leiten ließ, der jetzt für das neokonservative Hudson Institute arbeitet.6 De Picciotto ist derzeit Chef der Union Bancaire Privee,
Ableger eines dubiosen Zusammenschlusses mit Edmund Safras Trade Development Bank, die wegen ihrer Verwicklung in die Iran-Contra-Affäre bekannt wurde. Safra, der selbst den Briten zu schmutzig wurde, wurde 1999 ermordet, als Schweizer und
US-Behörden gegen ihn ermittelten, weil er Anfang der neunziger Jahre über seine Republik Bank of New York Milliarden Dollar an US-Bundesschatzbriefen auf mafiakontrollierte Banken in Moskau transferierte.
Außerdem liefen Ermittlungen gegen ihn wegen des Verdachts der Geldwäsche im türkischen und kolumbianischen Drogenhandel.
Nach Darstellung früherer Geheimdienstoffiziere des US-Außenministeriums, die mit dem Fall Soros vertraut sind, bezog Soros? Quantum Fund seine Milliarden von ?stillen Anlegern? wie Marc Rich sowie von den Mossad-Agenten Shaul Eisenberg und Rafi Eytan. Während des sowjetischen Niedergangs war Quantum-Investor Marc Rich7 eine wichtige Figur im Rohstoffschmuggel.

Three Kosovo Organ Traffickers’ Jail Sentences Upheld: Lutfi Dervishi and his german Professors

secret UNMIK Bericht aus 2003 29 Seiten, mit vielen Details und Zeugen, wobei Shaip Muja, über das Militärkrankenhaus in Tirana eine zentrale Rolle spielte

Three Kosovo Organ Traffickers’ Jail Sentences Upheld

Pristina’s appeals court confirmed the jailing of three men convicted of organised crime in connection with organ-trafficking at Kosovo’s Medicus clinic in 2008, but two others were acquitted.

Petrit Collaku


Lutfi Dervishi outside the court. Photo: BIRN.

The appeals court on Thursday upheld the convictions of Medicus clinic owner Lutfi Dervishi, his son Arban Dervishi and head anaesthetist Sokol Hajdini, ruling that they were guilty of organised crime in connection with people trafficking.

Lutfi Dervishi and his son were jailed for eight years and Hajdini for five.

“The offences were committed at the Medicus Clinic where throughout 2008 multiple illegal kidney transplants took place,” a court statement said.

“The Court of Appeals found that even though the police search at the Medicus Clinic was illegal, there remains enough evidence that seven illegal kidney transplants took place,” it added.

However the court ruled that there was insufficient evidence that the clinic’s assistant anaesthetists Islam Bytyqi and Sylejman Dula were involved in organ trafficking.

This overturns their sentences imposed in April 2013, when Bytyqi and Dula were found guilty of grievous bodily harm and sentenced to a year’s imprisonment, suspended for two years.

Lutfi Dervishi was also prohibited from working as a urologist for the period of two years.

EU rule-of-law mission, EULEX prosecutors had alleged in the indictment that around 30 illegal kidney transplants took place at the clinic in 2008.

Poor people from Turkey, Russia, Moldova and Kazakhstan were allegedly brought to the clinic after being assured that they would receive up to 15,000 euro for their kidneys.

The EU rule of law mission prosecutor in the case said that transplant recipients, mainly Israelis, paid more than 70,000 euro for the kidneys.

Police initially raided the clinic in 2008 after a Turkish man whose kidney had been removed was found seriously ill at Pristina airport.

Two foreign suspects in the case – Turkish doctor Yusuf Sonmez and Moshe Harel, an Israeli citizen – are still listed as wanted by Interpol but remain at large.

The Medicus clinic was also mentioned in a Council of Europe report which alleged that elements of the Kosovo Liberation Army traded the organs of prisoners during the 1999 conflict.

Thursday’s appeals court panel was composed of two international judges and one local judge.

Sonntag, 8. Mai 2011

Deutsche Ärzte und Organhandel rund um die Kosovo Mafia mit Lufti Dervishi und Shaip Muja

Der Deutsche Urologe B.. war Geschäftspartner und Haupt Financier der Medicus Klinik und erhielt die Lizenz erst, nachdem er angeblich seine Anteile verkauft hatte.

Der festgenommene Arzt Dervishi ist bis heute Mitglied in der Deutsch Urologische Gesellschaft usw..!

Nicht kann mehr verwundern, wenn man Deutsch und Albaner Mafia meint.

Organhandel im Kosovo
Spuren nach Deutschland

von A. Ginzel, M. Kraushaar und U. Stoll

Die europäische Strafverfolgungsbehörde Eulex erhebt Anklage gegen mutmaßliche Organhändler im Kosovo. Im Zentrum der Ermittlungen steht die private Medicus-Klinik am Stadtrand von Pristina. Dort wurden laut Anklageschrift, die Frontal 21 vorliegt, mehrere illegale Nieren-Transplantationen durchgeführt.

Lutfi Dervishi. Quelle: ZDF
Der Arzt Lutfi Dervishi soll an illegalen Transplantationen beteiligt gewesen sein.

rgaUnter den Organempfängern ist demnach auch ein deutscher Dialysepatient aus Nordrhein-Westfalen. Er habe dafür 81.892 Euro an einen israelischen Vermittler gezahlt. Spender der Niere war eine 50-jährige Frau aus Osteuropa. Zudem haben die Recherchen ergeben, dass ein deutscher Urologe Teilhaber und Mitbegründer der Medicus-Klinik ist. Er streitet jede Mitverantwortung für den illegalen Organhandel ab. Die Medicus-Klinik firmierte als „Deutsche Klinik für Herz- und Gefäßerkrankungen.“
Illegale Organentnahmen

2008 hoben Ermittler im Kosovo ein internationales Netzwerk von Ärzten und Mittelsmännern aus, die in ärmeren Ländern Organspender anwarben und an wohlhabende Nieren-Patienten vermittelten. In der am 27.04.2011 vom Gericht zugelassenen Anklageschrift heißt es: „Die Opfer waren Roma und Bürger aus Moldawien, Kasachstan, Russland und der Türkei. Sie wurden mit dem falschen Versprechen geködert, dass sie für die Organentnahme Geld bekommen würden.“

Unter den Ärzten, die in der Medicus-Klinik illegale Transplantationen vornahmen, soll auch der türkische Chirurg Yusuf S. sein, gegen den laut Anklage bereits international wegen Menschenhandels und illegaler Organentnahmen ermittelt wird.

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Frankenstein des Balkans und Tirana Terrorist beim Töden und Kinder entführen: Shaip Muja Beruf Organ Händler und Mörder

Dr. Mengele, war Nichts, wenn man die Verbrechen der UCK Prominenz in Tirana, ab 1997 sieht. Inklusive der Akte um die Ermordung von Ali Uka (siehe Chris Hedge in 1999, NATO secret report), einem Zimmer Nachbar des Hashim Thaci, verschwanden die Akten in der Staatsanwaltschaft in Tirana, vor allem die Kinder Entführungen, welche spurlos verschwanden, seitdem die Kosovo Verbrecher damals Albanien mit ihren Mord Kommandos destabilisierten und Fatos Nano, Ilir Meta und Salih Berisha, direkt darin verwickelt waren. secret UNMIK Bericht aus 2003 29 Seiten, mit vielen Details und Zeugen, wobei Shaip Muja, über das Militärkrankenhaus in Tirana eine zentrale Rolle spielte.

Hashim Thaci, Xhavit Halili, waren aktiver Bestandteil, der Plünderungen und Staats Zerstörung von Albanien in 1997, wo die Hintermänner, direkt auch aus den USA kamen (rund um den und CIA Verbrecher Kartellen des Josef Limprecht -traf sich mit Azem Hajdari i Sarande in 1997) um das Hotel  „Florida“ bei Durres, welche im Chaos, wie die Salih Berisha Leute, Waffen und Vermögen stehlen wollten.Alles der NATO und Co. damals bekannt.
Ebenso der Todesschwadronen, gegen UCK Konkurrenten in Albanien, ab September 1998.

Der Leiter des Militär Krankenhauses Tirana damals, weil ein Stockwerk, komplett der UCK übergeben wurde und wo niemand Zutritt hatte, noch Kontrolle, was dort geschah! Shaip Muja, ist der Verantwortliche auch für die Kindes Entführungen 1998-2001 vor allem in Tirana, Tödung und Organ Entnahme, Vor diesen primitiven Mord Kanaillen, mussten auch Deutsche Polizei (MAPE), die Flüchtlings Camps in Tirana und Kukes schützen, damit keine Kinder verschwinden zur Tödung und Organ Entnahme (unten, voröffentlicht sogar im Kosovo), wie ein neuer UN secret Report ebenfalls festhält. Die Kindes Entführer und Verbrecher Gestalten der UCK, lungerten damals vor allem auch im Rogner Hotel herum, wo dann oft die US Botschafterin Mariso Lino auftauchte. Griechischer Abstammung, wie Georg Tenet der CIA – Direktor, der in Himari Albanien geboren ist.


EULEX, klagt 7 Organ Händler um die illegale Klinik „Medicus“ an

Wie Belgrader Medien berichten, wurde bei einer Razzia zuerst ein Türke auf dem Pristinaer Flughafen festgenommen, der während einer Kur in der Klinik Medicus eine Niere gespendet haben soll. Der Festgenommene behauptet, er habe in der kosovarischen Klinik sein Herz** untersuchen lassen.

Bei der Durchsuchung der Klinik stieß die Polizei auf einen Israeli, dem vor kurzem eine Niere verpflanzt worden war. Die Fahnder entdeckten zudem eine große Zahl von Medikamenten, die bei illegalen Transplantationen verwendet werden können. Daraufhin wurden der Leiter der Klinik und ein Urologe verhaftet.

Offizielle EULEX Erklärung zur Anklage 

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Urologie e.V.

14.06.2005 10:59
Dr. Mario Zacharias (links) auf dem Flughafen in Pristina mit Prof. Lutfi Dervishi mit den Instrumentenkoffern
Dr. Mario Zacharias (links) auf dem Flughafen in Pristina mit Prof. Lutfi Dervishi mit den Instrumentenkoffern
Vor dem Hintergrund der katastrophalen medizinischen Versorgungslage im Kosovo setzt die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Urologie e.V. (DGU) mit einer Hilfslieferung endoskopischer Geräte neue Schwerpunkte in ihrem Engagement für moderne Medizin in Ost-Europa
Halle/Pristina. Medizinische Hilfsgüter für das Kosovo: Anlässlich des Urologen-Kongresses Ende Mai in der kosovarischen Hauptstadt Pristina erreichte die Spende der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Urologie ihren Bestimmungsort. Unter großem Dank des Direktors der dortigen Universitätsklinik Professor Dr. Lutfi Dervishi überbrachte der Delegierte der DGU, Dr. Mario Zacharias, sechs Kisten voller urologischer Instrumente im Wert von 20.000 Euro.
„Ein Tropfen auf den heißen Stein“, sagt Dr. Zacharias von der Universitätsklinik Halle-Wittenberg, sichtlich geschockt von den Eindrücken vor Ort. „Die Lage dort ist dramatisch. Das Kosovo ist auch sechs Jahre nach Kriegsende noch immer UN-Schutzzone und die medizinische Versorgungslage ist katastrophal.“ Oft fehlt es am Notwendigsten. „Ich habe Kliniken gesehen, in denen es nicht einmal einfachste urologische Untersuchungs-Instrumente gibt“, so der Mediziner. Sein Appell: „Wir müssen weiter helfen!“
Die Spenden-Aktion der deutschen Urologen ist Teil der Arbeit der West-Ost-Kommission der DGU unter der Leitung von Professor Dr. Paolo Fornara, Direktor der Universitätsklinik und Poliklinik für Urologie in Halle-Wittenberg, die den Aufbau moderner Gesundheitssysteme in den Ländern Ost-Europas unterstützt. „Die West-Ost-Kommission vermittelt vor allem Stipendien für Kollegen aus Ost-Europa in deutsche Klinken“, sagt der Kommissionssekretär Dr. Zacharias.
Mit der aktuellen Hilfssendung in das Kosovo leistete die West-Ost-Kommission der DGU nun erstmals eine Sachspende. Doch dabei soll es nicht bleiben. „Unser Ziel ist es, unter Urologen einen Pool einzurichten, in dem abgeschriebene, medizinische Instrumente oder Geräte gesammelt werden, um diese in größerem Umfang unterversorgten Kliniken vor allem im Kosovo zur Verfügung zu stellen“, so Dr. Mario Zacharias. Über dieses und weitere geplante Projekte der West-Ost-Kommission werden Professor Fornara und Dr. Zacharias auf dem 57. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Urologie vom 21. bis 24. September 2005 in Düsseldorf in einem eigenen Forum berichten, denn die internationalen Aktivitäten der DGU sind selbstverständlich Programmteil auf dem jährlichen Fachkongress, zu dem 7000 Teilnehmer und zahlreiche Referenten aus aller Welt erwartet werden.
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Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
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Der Selbstdarsteller Dr. Mario Zacharias, lieferte direkt an die Mafia. Erfahrungen ignorierte er, denn diese Lieferungen wanderten automatisch in die Mafia Kliniken, ob in Tirana, oder Phristina. siehe auch das Kinderhaus in Tirana, der Welthungerhilfe. Die Medizin Mafia, ist sogar die ältesten Mafia der Albaner und schreckte auch nicht durch ihre Verbindung mit dem Drogenhandel vor dem Mord an Deutschen zurück. Immer dabei: Dumm Albaner aus dem Kosovo wie auch Hekuran Hoxha, Agim Hoxha, die Gjoka Mafia aus SHIAK

NATO secret der Kosovo Verbrecher Clans

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

Promotet von dem Frank Walter Steinmeier Mafia, Terroristen, Verbrecher Kartell! Das Verbrecher Kartell jubelt, weil man auch den Kopf Abschneider, Moerder, Terroristen, Drogen Boss Hashim Thaci im Kosovo als Praesident stabilisieren konnte.


Neues NATO Mitglied Montenegro: 2015 MAN OF THE YEAR IN ORGANIZED CRIME: Award: Milo Djukanovic

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

NATO wird zum Partner der Montenegrinischen Mafia mit Dukanovic

Thursday, February 25, 2016

/en/file/show//Images/Images.New/Places/Montenegro/DF protest February 27, 660x330.jpg Montenegro Opposition Urges PM Djukanovic to Resign Anti-government protesters took to the streets of Podgorica on Saturday demanding that the government resign and hold new elections.

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Montenegro, ‘a pawn in the Great Powers’ games’

Does NATO need Montenegro?
24 February 2016
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In December 2015, NATO officially invited Montenegro to become its 29th member state. Montenegro is a tiny country with a population of 620,000 and armed forces that barely number 2,000. In spite of the small size of Montenegro’s military Philip Breedlove appraised very positively the performance of Montenegro’s troops in Afghanistan, even suggesting that their good performance is one of the reasons for potentially placing Montenegro on the fast-track towards NATO membership. But while Montenegrin elites have pushed relentlessly forward with the membership application, the country has been shaken by mass protests against the prospect of membership in the Alliance. Those Montenegrins, who still remember the 1999 NATO bombing, would prefer neutrality, yet, as soon as ‘the beginning of a beautiful alliance’ – if to quote Jens Stoltenberg – will be put in motion, there is hardly a chance to avert the course.
Back in 1999
NATO bombed Montenegro in 1999. The bombing destroyed a military airfield and damaged the civilian airfield in Podgorica; it also destroyed the transportation hub Murino, a military base in Danilovgrad, and a radar device on the coast. Ten Montenegrins were killed, three of whom were children. Still, today after 16 years, nobody has been held responsible.
One Montenegran recollects the event: “I remember watching from the balcony how Podgorica airport was burning. That day I went to [the city of] Niksic and on the way there I met just two cars. I remember that the bus attendant did not want to take the money for the tickets and just kept saying, “Children, who know what will happen tomorrow? You see that bombs are falling, better drink some juice somewhere with the money””.
But today, the Montenegrin government does not use any negative words in regards to NATO both in the media and in official negotiations. Italian naval carriers and US destroyers are frequently moored in the ports of Bar and Tivat.
The change is exemplified by the fate of the underground military airport Shipchanik. The airport housed 26 military aircraft. NATO’s bombs struck a hole in the hill and the Yugoslav military aviation in Montenegro was in flames in an instant. Now, the Shipchanik tunnel has been converted into a tasting room for the Montenegrin winery Plantage. The winery produces the wine Vranac, a favourite with tourists. No memento reminds the tourists of the former airport and its fate. Right after the NATO membership invitation was issued, thousands of Montenegrins gathered to protest the prospect of NATO entry.
“This is the beginning of a very beautiful alliance.”
With these words NATO’s chief Jens Stoltenberg officially invited Montenegro into the Alliance. The man who undoubtedly played a key role in securing this invitation is Milo Djukanović, the current Montenegrin Prime Minister (inaugurated in 2012). Critical voices point out that the invitation will have flattered his already over-inflated ego as well as that of his ruling clique. Djukanović also bears responsibility for the decision not to hold a public referendum on NATO membership, opting for parliamentarian approval only. Even though 84% of the citizens want a referendum on this issue, once again the defence of the public is firmly taken outside the realm of public politics and into the dark corridors of parliamentary politicking.
Thus, to understand the militarization of yet another Balkan ‘democracy’, it is necessary to shed light on the political path of the man who has been at the helm of the country’s politics for the past 20 years. Milo Djukanovic, hailed by Radio Free Europe (RFE) as “the smartest man in the Balkans” was inaugurated in 2012 as the Montenegrin Prime Minister. Radio Free Europe describes Djukanovic admiringly: “А person doesn’t remain at the pinnacle of power in a country in a volatile region like the Balkans for two decades – as the Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic has done — without knowing how to determine which way the wind is blowing and how to reinvent oneself”.
This laudatory attitude is hardly shared by many of his compatriots. In October 2015, the Montenegrin capital Podgorica was paralyzed by three-week long protests. The protests were launched by a demonstration demanding the creation of an interim government to organise Montenegro’s ‘first ever free and fair elections’. Raso, a 30-year old protester, told the AFP news agency that: “More than 25 years in power would be too much even if Milo Djukanovic was Mahatma Gandhi and not such thief”.
Djukanovic was first elected as prime minister in 1991 at the age of 29. This was the first paid job he has ever held. Since then, he has served five terms as prime minister and one term as Montenegro’s president (1998-2002). Since 1998, Djukanovic has been the unchangeable president of the biggest Montenegrin party, the Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro (DPSM); DPSM was originally the Montenegrin branch of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia. When Djukanovic first emerged on the political scene, he was a close ally of Slobodan Milošević. In 1996 however, he turned against Milošević, abandoning the traditional joint Serbian and Montenegrin vision for an independent Montenegro instead. RFE describes Djukanovic’s transformation by saying: “At the first opportune moment, in 1998, he dumped Milosevic and remade himself as a pro-Western reformer”. Paradoxically, this ‘laudatory’ characteristic of Djukanović by RFE completely coincides with the way he is described by his critics: “The Prime Minister Milo Djukanović, a corrupt opportunist well-connected to the shadowy networks of organized crime and intelligence services, in power since the Fall of the Berlin Wall, even called those who are against NATO membership ‘the enemies of the state’”.
Critical analyses also point out that during his time on the top, Djukanovic has cemented his power through his control over state institutions. “Djukanovic’s longevity in power can be attributed mainly to his absolute control over the police-intelligence apparatus in the country”, says Filip Kovacevic, chairman of the Movement for Neutrality of Montenegro (MNM). “Since the early 1990s, he has had the ultimate power to reward and punish and was brutal in destroying all political opponents”.
Brutality marked the suppression of the latest anti-government protest in October 2015. Those who protested and opposed Djukanovic have been condemned as pro-Russian and pro-Serbian. At least three opposition leaders and several MPs were injured and two journalists were arrested during the violence, which erupted when protesters tried to march toward the Parliament in Podgorica. A group of 125 prominent intellectuals, independent journalists and civil society activists announced a ‘Protest Memorandum’, which condemned the violent dispersal of the peaceful demonstration.
‘A pawn in the great power games.‘
But in spite of the moral character of Montenegro’s Prime Minister, or maybe precisely because of it, in December 2015 the mood at NATO’s headquarters was celebratory – Montenegro was officially invited to join the alliance.
Two questions emerge with regards to Montenegro’s invitation to the Alliance. First of all: does NATO need Montenegro? NATO hardly needs another military base along the Adriatic coast, even though some have argued that “Montenegro’s inclusion plugs a gap along the coastline and turns the Adriatic, finally, into NATO’s private pool”. The second question is whether Montenegro needs NATO’s collective security assurance. Other analysts point out that “surrounded by much more powerful neighbours, with a growing share of the Albanian population, Montenegro can guarantee its sovereignty and territorial integrity perhaps only in this way [by joining NATO]”.  However, Montenegro is surrounded by NATO member-states and attack from its neighbours seems extremely unlikely.
The discussion in the American press and the statements of NATO officials eschew any possible justification discussed above. Only one theme dominates the discourse: Montenegro’s inclusion in NATO is a message to Russia that NATO’s eastwards expansion will continue. Reuters reports that NATO diplomats have stated that the inclusion will send an unequivocal message to Moscow that Russia does not have a veto on the alliance’s eastward expansion, even if Georgia’s membership bid has been complicated by its 2008 war. The message from the White House is that Montenegro’s membership would “demonstrate the credibility of NATO’s Open Door policy”.
The focus of the Atlantic West on Russia’s reaction has been so strong so as to prompt the question if anybody of the geopolitical players cares for Montenegro. The civil organization MNM draws attention exactly to the ‘missing Montenegrin’ in this highly geopolitical drama. MNM points out that Montenegro is hardly mentioned in the discussion of the implications of its membership. Thus, the current alliance discussions are an example of the haughty disregard with which the desires of the Montenegrins are held in the Atlantic headquarters. The Montenegrins are indignant at the state of affairs in which ‘Montenegro is a mere pawn in the Great Powers’ geopolitical chess game’ and ‘all that matters is that NATO is on track in implementing its plans’ and that Russia reacted not only negatively, but ‘in fury’.
You can enter, but you can never leave…
In December 2015 Montenegro has been shaken by mass protests against the prospect of NATO membership. The powers that be would much prefer a situation, in which militant Montenegrin crowds demand a NATO entry, rather than the current state of affairs, where only corrupt Montenegrin elites wave the pro-NATO banners. Stoltenberg had to admit that Montenegro has “to continue to make progress in demonstrating public support for Montenegro’s NATO membership”. CNN grudgingly cites Sputnik News, referring to the “ongoing anti-government protests with thousands of citizens gathering in … the country’s capital, Podgorica, to demand that Montenegro stays out of the U.S.-led NATO military bloc”.
 The majority of people in Montenegro prefer the option of military neutrality, argues MNM, citing a survey conducted by the IPSOS agency.  
Could Montenegro stay neutral, when faced with such overwhelming pressure to join NATO? Some analysts claim that Montenegro’s NATO entry is ‘not a foregone conclusion’. The harsh answer is that currently it is beyond the power of the civil society to stop the process. Counterfire argues that had Montenegro been issued an invitation, its rejection could have an impact on the Balkans in inverse proportion to the country’s size to the disadvantage of the US. “This would then be the very first such rejection by a membership invitee in the history of NATO’s otherwise unblemished expansion eastwards”. It seems that not only the process is unstoppable, but that it could not even be slowed down. Reuters reports that Stoltenberg expects accession talks to proceed quickly, suggesting that the small Balkan state may become a member at the July summit of NATO leaders in Warsaw.
Overshadowed by the grand geopolitical interests, nobody quite cares about what political directions the Montenegrins would rather take.
An award instead of an ‘happy’ ending
If this little geopolitical drama would be an Oscar-nominated movie, this is the time in which the credits will be showing, and of course Milo Djukanovic ought to receive a prize. The man is lauded by RFE as “the smartest man in the Balkans”, “the embodiment of Montenegro’s wild beauty” and as the “modern leader”. Everybody who has Facebook can become his friend, and therefore he surely deserves an international recognition. His talents were duly and favourably noted by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP). Consequently, OCCRP recognized Mr. Djukanovic as the “2015 man of the year in organized crime”.
Vanja Calovic, Director of the Network for Affirmation of NGO Sector (MANS), a civil society organization based in Montenegro, justified the award in this way: “This is a deserved award. Djukanovic, the last European dictator, has captured our country for his own private interests and turned it into safe haven for criminals. While he, his family and friends enriched themselves, ordinary people suffer from poverty, injustice and lawlessness, while those who dare to talk about the corruption become his targets”.
Yet as deserved as his award may be, in this drama Djukanovic has been a supporting actor. This is due to the fact that throughout the NATO membership application process, Montenegro has only been “a mere pawn in the Great Powers’ geopolitical chess game”.

Im Null Funktion Staat Albanien, will man noch mehr Institutionen haben. ein neues FBI Buero


Bei soviel Sonder Institutionen, wo nie etwas lange funktionierte, will man also ein FBI Buero, obwohl es identische ca. 4 Institutionen gibt, es auch gegen die Verfassung ist.

12 Feb 16

Albania Parties Split Over New FBI-Style Agency

Opposition MPs are opposing the creation of an FBI-style anti-corruption agency, saying the model gives too much power to ministers and too little to the state prosecutor.

Medwedew: Westliche „Demokratisierungsversuche“ ruinieren ganze Staaten

© RIA Novosti. Andrei Stenin

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Der russische Regierungschef Dmitri Medwedew hat dem Westen vorgeworfen, mit seinen Versuchen, eigene Entwicklungsmodelle anderen aufzudrängen, ganze Staaten zerstört zu haben.

„Die erfolglosen Versuche, die westlichen Demokratiemodelle auf völlig unvorbereitetem Boden anzupflanzen, haben zur Zerstörung ganzer Staaten geführt und riesige Territorien in Kriegsgebiete verwandelt“, sagte Medwedew am Samstag auf der 52. Münchner Sicherheitskonferenz.„Ich erinnere mich daran, wie meine Kollegen sich über den Arabischen Frühling gefreut haben“, sagte Medwedew mit Blick auf die Welle von Aufständen und Umstürzen, die seit 2010 mehrere arabische und nordafrikanische Staaten erschüttert hat. „Wo bleibt jetzt in diesen Ländern die moderne Demokratie? Offenbar hat sie die Gestalt des ‚Islamischen Staates‘ angenommen.“

Few but Fanatical – the Kosovo Women Who Go Over to ISIS

Lucking in the face! Albanian – Kosovo Terrorist over all in the world

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NATO Country: Kosovo

/en/file/show//Images/FeatureHome/kosovo women in prishitna streets 660 .jpg Few but Fanatical – the Kosovo Women Who Go Over to ISIS Kosovo has been one of Europe’s most pro-American states since the United States helped it break free of Serbian control. Yet in a generational shift in this largely secular country, Islamic radicalisation is making some in-roads among the young. And it’s not only men who have gone east to join ISIS

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Gazeta Express: Kosovo Women Battalion In Islamic State

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[image: AP Photo / Militant Website] SOURCE GAZETA EXPRESS BELGRADE – The number of Kosovo women who joined the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) terrorist organization in Iraq and Syria is very disturbing, but the majority of these women were driven by their spouses to join the radical groups, Gazeta Express reports. Security experts and sociologists stated that only a few women joined ISIS independently. Avni Islami, an expert of security issues said that the participation of Kosovo women in foreign wars is extremely worrying, and the main responsibility falls onto state institutions th… mehr »
Aussie police foils plot involving explosive Kangaroo
Friday, 29 January 2016

A Melbourne teenager of Albanian descent allegedly discussed packing a kangaroo with explosives, painting it with an Islamic State symbol and setting it loose on police officers.

Sevdet Ramadan Besim, 19, of Hallam, is accused of plotting an Anzac Day terror attack in Melbourne that would have included a beheading.

He was committed to trial in the Supreme Court on Thursday after pleading not guilty to four charges.
Police remove evidence from a house in Hallam after anti-terror raids in April last year.

They included conducting internet searches of Anzac Day in Melbourne and Dandenong, engaging in communications and creating an electronic memo on his phone – all in preparation for a terrorist act.

Mr Besim initially faced five charges, but Commonwealth prosecutor Andrew Doyle withdrew one when Mr Besim appeared in the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Thursday.

Mr Besim is accused of planning to run over, then behead, a police officer.

Federal police allege Mr Besim and a person overseas had been in a series of communications in the lead-up to the alleged plot for Anzac Day.

Mr Besim allegedly said he was „ready to fight these dogs on there [sic] doorstep“ in online communications with the person overseas, according to court documents.

„I’d love to take out some cops,“ Mr Besim is alleged to have said.

„I was gonna meet with them then take some heads ahaha.“

In a prosecution summary against Mr Besim tendered to court, police allege the pair spoke on March 16 last year, during which they discussed packing a kangaroo with explosives and letting it loose on police.

„The conversation continues with Besim detailing what he did that day and they have a general discussion around animals and wildlife in Australia, including a suggestion that a kangaroo could be packed with C4 explosive, painted with the IS symbol and let loose on police officers,“ the summary says.

While police did not go into details of the symbol, the image mostly closely linked to IS is the group’s black flag. The reference to the kangaroo makes no mention of Anzac Day.

Mr Besim has been in custody since April 18 when 200 heavily armed officers swooped on the city’s south-east, arresting five teenagers and seizing knives and swords.

Police say he is motivated by an extremist ideology and has expressed support for proscribed terrorist organisations, particularly IS, which adopt a radical interpretation of Islam.

The dropped charge was one count of conspiring to do an act in preparation for or planning a terror act, which carries a maximum sentence of life in prison.
Mr Besim is due to face a directions hearing next week.

Deutschland, die Terroristen Finanzierung mit ihren Partner in Albanien – ISIS seizes £4bn drug ring from the Mafia to fund its brutal terror campaign

Nichts Neues von den gekauften Idioten in Berlin. Eine Einheit im Verbrechen, rund um die CDU, KAS Deutsche Minister, inklusive den SPD Schratzen wie Barbara Hendriks in 2015

 Man hat seine Paten im Verbrechen

Lefter Koka, Barbara Hendricks Umswelt Minister unter sich

Lefter Koka, Barbara Hendricks Umwelt Minister unter sich

Korruptes Mafia Boss Treffen in Berlin.

Manipulation und Lügen:

Fatmir Mediu, Dr. Fatmir Mediu, Franz Jung. Agron Duka,
Patron: Cannabis – Lazarate: Dash Aliku
Dash Aliku, DP Demonstrion Tirana der Albaner Mafia

Dash Aliku, DP Demonstrion Tirana der Albaner Mafia
/en/file/show//Images/FeatureHome/kosovo women in prishitna streets 660 .jpg Few but Fanatical – the Kosovo Women Who Go Over to ISIS Kosovo has been one of Europe’s most pro-American states since the United States helped it break free of Serbian control. Yet in a generational shift in this largely secular country, Islamic radicalisation is making some in-roads among the young. And it’s not only men who have gone east to join ISIS

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ISIS seizes £4bn drug ring from the Mafia to fund its brutal terror campaign

    • Allan Hall, Dan Warburton
    • Jihadists are flooding Britain with cannabis from the Albanian drug farm as intelligence experts warn that Islamist extremism is taking hold in Europe
Inside the £4bn Albanian drugs village - where weed grows freely beside the road
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Jihadists are flooding Britain with cannabis from the Albanian drug farm as intelligence experts warn that Islamist extremism is taking hold in Europe

In Albania Islamic State is raising cash for its terror campaign by running cannabis farms and shipping the drug to Britain.

The evil caliphate has seized control of a $4billion Mafia marijuana growing operation in the rural mountains of Albania – giving it a foothold in Europe.

Private jets and ships take the £4billion-a-year harvest to Mafia bosses in Italy, who distribute it, the Sunday People reports.

ISIS moved into the lucrative trade after security services fought their way into an Albanian Mafia HQ in the hill village of Lazarat.

Far from putting paid to cannabis farming, the 2014 raid cleared the way for ­extremists to take over by removing the Mafia.

ISIS now recruit in the area – often from the Mafia itself.

Jihadists flood Britain with cannabis smuggled from Albania
Crop: Cannabis grows near Lazarat

Dr Vladimir Pivovarov, a former military intelligence officer, said: “It is well known that Albania and other countries in the region have citizens joining ISIS.

“Western intelligence identified Balkan countries as the most active in providing ­recruits for jihad.

“There is no doubt that the best recruits for the jihadists are those that were in the Mafia. Already schooled in violence, they even pay their own way because the dirty money that the jihadists then gain when they recruit Mafia recruits helps to further swell the jihadist coffers. With new recruits and money, the Mafia in the region is exactly the reason why Muslim extremism is establishing itself in this part of Europe.“

He is echoing what the People was told earlier by an unnamed senior government official, who said: „It wasn’t as if the Mafia moved out and Jihadists moved in, what many people fail to understand is that the borders between Albanian Mafiosi and ISIS militants are blurred. Even if the leadership is different, they often use the same people to supply them with illegal weapons, and use the same people for illegal activities whether it’s drug running or indeed any of the other illicit activities.

„For the drugs Mafia there are not so many advantages to links with the extremists although in the past, it might have helped out with money laundering and the like, but the terrorists love to have drug dealers in their squads, and offer them everything that can to win them over. With their help, they are clearly muscling into the drugs world.“

Lazarat came onto the radar of western drug officials in 2012 after two Dutch motorbike tourists travelling through Albania made the remarkable discovery of the village.

Being from Holland, where cannabis consumption is legal, the pair were no strangers to what cannabis plants look like. But even they were stunned to discover tens of thousands of the plants growing in the countryside around Lazarat.

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A video they made of the trip showed cannabis plants stretching away alongside the road for mile after mile. Their video went viral showing how the druglords in Albania produced weed to fuel the bars and cafes, the nightclubs and the homes of western Europe.

In its 2015 report, the US government-funded NGO Freedom House noted that Lazarat was at the heart of producing marijuana in Europe, valued at 5.9 billion (4 billion GBP) in 2013 – then equivalent to nearly half of Albania’s gross domestic product and making it Europe’s biggest illegal cultivator of marijuana.

To protect their turf, narcotics barons had turned the area around Lazarat into a no-go zone, brooking no outside interference. Armed with rocket-propelled grenades and armour-piercing shells – and with millions available to grease the right pockets – the region was generating hundreds of tonnes of marijuana annually with residents even using private planes to distribute their drugs.

And the police stayed away. Or at least they stayed away until June 2014 when the Tirana authorities decided on a shock-and-awe display of force intended to reclaim the area for the state.

A new Socialist party government had taken office at the end of 2013 and pledged to combat corruption and organised crime – and to claim a place in the EU club of nations.

CENIslamic State is raising cash for its terror campaign by running cannabis farms and shipping the drug to Britain. Pictured - Weapons and ammunition Albanian police confiscated in the village Lazarat
Guns: Rifles and ammo seized in a raid on jihadists in Lazarat

They decided to hit Lazarat hard, and backed up by helicopters and armoured personnel carriers, 800 heavily-armed police officers marched into the region. Against them the gangsters deployed their fearsome arsenal and unleashed shells, grenades, RPGs and machine guns on the forces of law and order.

Police occupied the town after fierce fighting, seizing 102 tonnes of marijuana and destroying 530,000 marijuana plants. The cannabis they torched left a cloud of smoke so thick it obscured even the local mosque. In the process they seized grenades, mortars and machine guns.

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