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Huge Leak Of Documents Leaked For #Op Golden Dawn By #Anonymous



Huge Leak Of Documents Leaked For #OpGoldenDawn By #Anonymous

By on Monday 14th of October 2013 at 12:36:14 pm


TodayAnonymoushacktivist have announced another huge leak of documents which comes from Greece’s MOFA (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) and OSCE (Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe).

Anonymous hacktivist have claimed this leak and dubbed it #OpGoldenDawn but have not stated how they obtained it which means it could be a malicious insider or external breach of its systems but they have stated that there is more to come “Stay tuned, more on it’s way” as well as urging people to mirror the files. writes that:

Today we deliver first sucker punch in a series of jaw breaking leaks, to
reveal the truth about the Greece government involvement in conspiracy
to spy on us with the help of it’s ENISA and OSCE cybercrime units. Those
responsible for arrests of our fellow lulz charged with OP Payback.
13 is a sacral number so we will deliver one punch to reach exactly that.

Enjoy – A3 Directorate for South-East Countries of the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs of Greece and OSCE “Restricted” load of docs.
Inside is ~3700 documents related to all kinds of areas, classified

The leaked data has been uploaded in 2 parts and a imgur gallery has been created as a sneak peak of whats in the leaks.
Part 1: 266MB
Part 2: 253MB

When uncompressed each folder turns out to only be about 410MB and contains around about total 4000 files with DOCX, PDF and PNG formatting.

Contents of the data appears to range between English, Russian and Arabic which will increase the time its going to take to sort threw it.

Mirror of Imgur Gallery:


Daut Kadrinovsky, a Albanian Mafia Boss

The story, which appeared on the aconservativeedge blog, even includes the links of the released files.

Mykola Rudkovsky August 4, 2006 2007

US Mafia Clan Gambino Boss in Albania and Europa: Daut Kadriovski –  “Maestro Daut”Macedonian Albanian Daut Kadriovski, 52, stands in a police station in Tirana after he was arrested by local police in cooperation with Interpol on drug trafficking charges, September 4, 2001. Kadriovski, wanted in 12 European countries, had been living in Albania for six years. REUTERS/Gent ShkullakuK. Daut was unmasked by the English secret service, because he is now with the help of the then operating criminal Albanian secret service (under the direction of the CIA), a new passport with the name of Mehmet Hajdini and had received a facial surgery no longer had to recognize. He was in his illegally-built hotels in the criminal stronghold “Golem” at the CIA base and NATO base Communication Zone West (General information). Communication Zone West, COMMZ (W) south of Durres arrested.


Gambino Clan and the Albanian Muslim Mafia

US Mafia Clan Gambino Boss in Albania and Europa: Daut Kadriovski –  „Maestro Daut“Macedonian Albanian Daut Kadriovski, 52, stands in a police station in Tirana after he was arrested by local police in cooperation with Interpol on drug trafficking charges, September 4, 2001. Kadriovski, wanted in 12 European countries, had been living in Albania for six years. REUTERS/Gent ShkullakuK. Daut was unmasked by the English secret service, because he is now with the help of the then operating criminal Albanian secret service (under the direction of the CIA), a new passport with the name of Mehmet Hajdini and had received a facial surgery no longer had to recognize. He was in his illegally-built hotels in the criminal stronghold „Golem“ at the CIA base and NATO base Communication Zone West (General information). Communication Zone West, COMMZ (W) south of Durres arrested.


Muslim Albanian gangs, are replacing the Italian mafia as the organized crime outfit in the US, shipping stolen cars from the docks of NY to Dubai UAE in support of terrorism, run by Daut Kadriovski (photo) Daut Kadriovski aka Mehmed Haidini the reputed boss of one of the 15 Families, embodies the tenacity of the top Kosovar drug traffickers. A Yugoslav Interior Ministry report identifies him as one of Europe’s biggest heroin dealers, and Nicovic calls him a „major financial resource for the KLA.“ Through his family links, Nicovic says, Kadriovski smuggled more than 100 kilos of heroin into New York and Philadelphia, in 1993 he headed for the United States (New York City), where it’s believed he continues to operate. Daut Kadriovski’s contacts include Albanians living in the Bronx, they had been coordinating their plans from such social hangouts as the Besa, Two Star and Gurra cafes, and across New Jersey, he is wanted in 12 European countries. See FBI Report here on Albanian Mafia or Albanian Organized Crime (AOC).„Group members have specific, well defined tasks… Although they co-operate with other groups, they mistrust non-Albanians. They are known to be violent, apply counter surveillance, frequently change cars and maintain contacts through dozens of mobile telephones with prepaid cards,“ declares Europol report and then, once again, implicates these Muslim Albanian Mafia groups into funding politics: „The proceeds from their criminal activities are used in the Member State where they operate or sent to Albania and Kosovo.“ According to the head of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, Antonio Costa, Colombian drug dealers are setting up cocaine supply bases in Albania and the Balkans to penetrate into Europe. According to Nicovic „Through the Albanian port of Durres, Colombian and other South American cartels deliver cocaine for further transport to Western Europe.“ At Durres Port, we once again see the suspicious convergence of Albanian Muslim Mafia and the al-Qaeda, both involved in legal (used car racket) and illegal dealings and both aiming at a same thing: detaching Kosovo from Serbia and internationally legitimizing it as Muslim.The Albanian Mafia rule in New York City is so well known and wide open that the recent „Grand Theft Auto IV“ and Grand Theft Auto WIKI games are patterned on their violence….the Albanian mob appears as the main antagonist, shipping stolen cars back to Europe without Petrovic’s permission, retrieved from „ Italy, Albanian organized crime gangs appear to control the car trafficking market. One method they employ is to deliberately drive into a car and then when the driver stops to assess the damage to his vehicle, they take the car by force. The cars are then exported to Tirana. A car stolen in central Italy in the morning can be in Albania with its new owner that same evening, Interpol Report.“The vehicles are not only stolen for their own sake; sometimes they are trafficked to finance other crimes,” according to the international police organization Interpol. Europol’s report describes Europe’s stolen-car industry as a complex network of professionals that includes car thieves, technicians, mechanics, document forgers, drivers, and unscrupulous car dealers. These thieves have learned how to disable immobilizers, locate and eliminate tracking devices, and alter VIN numbers, then shipping the vehicles to Dubai UAE for resale.According to a CNN report the FBI „Officials said ethnic Albanians (MUSLIMS) from Kosovo, Macedonia and Montenegro“ make up the emerging American criminal cartel and „represent a major challenge to federal agents because of their propensity for violence and brutality.“ This statement comes several months after Amnesty International declared NATO-administered Kosovo province a hotbed of Albanian organized crime activity (AOC). Of the Fort Dix Six New Jersey Terror suspects it is now known that of the six suspects, three were in the US illegally. One was Jordanian, another Turkish, and four were Albanians. But not just any Albanians – ethnic Albanians from Kosovo, commonly referred to as „Kosovars“. The suspects include three ethnic Albanian brothers who entered the United States illegally, part of a family that has lived for years in Cherry Hill, N.J., where they attended public schools and ran a roofing business and a pizzeria. They were joined by a brother-in-law, who was born in Jordan and is a United States citizen, and two other legal United states residents: an ethnic Albanian from the former Yugoslavia (Kosova), and a Turk who lived in Philadelphia, all Muslims. When Elvis and Dritan Duka, two of the three brothers arrested on terrorism charges in Fort Dix, were kids, they were neighborhood bullies. When they got a little older, they became drug dealers. The 3 Albanian „Duka“ brothers of the Fort Dix Six NJ terror plot were low level drug dealers, possibly linked to the Albanian Muslim Mafia in New Jersey see Fox News video hereIn Europe, the Albanian Mob is already the chief perpetrator of drug and people smuggling, stolen car export racket, passport theft and forgery, weapons and human body parts sales, sex-slavery, abductions, murders… The scope, ferocity and intensity of the Albanian criminal activity has prompted the Italian top prosecutor, Cataldo Motta, to declare Albanians the most dangerous mobsters brandishing them „a threat to Western society.“ The direct links with Al-Qaeda terrorists have not been revealed yet, but the FBI believes that the emerging Muslim Albanian Mafia in the US may be implicated in terrorist financing hence FBIs continuing surveillance „to see whether the militant Muslims in the emerging organized crime world demonstrate ties to organizations suspected of involvement in terrorist financing“. The main assassins for the Gambino crime family were ethnic Albanians. Gambino’s Sammy Bull Brovano’s go-to „clipper“, for example, was an ethnic Albanian, Zef Mustafa, whose notoriety for murder and racket was exceeded only by his love of alcohol: was let out on a $5 million bond and has since disappeared from the US. The most prominent Albanian criminal is Daut Kadriovski, a drug kingpin that managed to escape German prison in 1993, and is believed to be in the US where sources say he is operating through several types of businesses in New York and Philadelphia.Albanian Mafia and alQaeda The Twaik Group and Rawasin Media Productions, both based in Riyadh, the Saudi capital, have served as fronts for the Saudi General Intelligence Directorate, according to an inquiry by Germany’s foreign intelligence service, the BND, Twaik, a $100 million-a-year conglomerate, has diverse holdings inside and outside Saudi Arabia. Twaik deposited more than $250,000 in bank accounts controlled by Mamoun Darkazanli, a Syrian-born Hamburg businessman and longtime Al Qaeda associate with close ties to the Sept. 11 hijackers during their years in the northern port city of Hamburg. Abdulrahman Al-Fahhad, then the Twaik executive responsible for the company’s rental-car operations in the Balkans, acknowledged hiring Darkazanli in 1995 to supply cars from Germany for Twaik’s branch office in Albania. The money, Al-Fahhad said, had been for Darkazanli’s use in purchasing those cars. Al-Fahhad also acknowledged hiring Seyam to manage Twaik’s rental-car office in nearby Bosnia-Herzegovina…..The chief Albanian Imam in Kosovo has been schooled in the Wahabi doctrine in Saudi Arabia and is of vital political importance to the party of the Kosovo President Ibrahim Rugova. Wahabism is the chief spiritual source of the alQaeda terrorists. More distressing for the West is the existing Albanian criminal infrastructure that has been exported out of Kosovo into Europe, and given clan connections, has infiltrated the US. More ominously still, an alQaeda operative, Djamel Beghala, was arrested in Dubai after the customs agent recognized one of these Albanian mafia’s manufactured false passports.……………..http://www.billwarnerpi.comFBI: Albanian mobsters ‘new Mafia’ for ‘terrorism nexus’ changes how FBI handles crimeBy Toni Locy, USA TODAYWASHINGTON — In the post-Sept. 11 FBI, crime-fighting is focusing less on former staples such as bank robbery, the new head of the FBI’s criminal division said Wednesday.Instead, agents are consumed by terrorist threats. New Islamic MafiaYossef Bodansky, director of the House Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare, believes that Albanian Mob itself will not commit acts of terrorism but that their criminal infrastructure will aid al-Qaeda. “The role of the Albanian Mafia, which is tightly connected to the KLA, is laundering money, providing technology, safe houses, and other support to terrorists within this country,” Bodansky explained to The New American. “This isn’t to say that the Albanians themselves would carry out the actual terrorist operations. But there are undoubtedly ‘sleeper’ agents within the Albanian networks, and they can rely upon those networks to provide them with support. In any case, a serious investigation of the Albanian mob isn’t going to happen, because they’re ‘our boys’ – they’re protected.”In fact, in 2002 the government of Macedonia submitted to the CIA a 79-page report on al-Qaeda-Albanian activity in the Balkans, ………… to Nicovic, Kadriovski reportedly funneled money to the KLA from New York through a leading Kosovar businessman and declared KLA contributor. „Kadriovski feels more secure with his KLA friends in power,“ Nicovic says.

Shopping center of the Albanian US Mafia in Durres

FBI Weighs in on Balkan Organised Crime21/11/2003

An FBI statement before a US Senate Committee in October assessed the organised crime situation in the Balkans…………..Albanian organised crime has reached the United States, creating partnerships with the Gambino, Genovese, and Luchese families to facilitate specific crimes.……………….Setimes

Dick Martys Bericht an den Europarat
Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights

Inhuman treatment of people and illicit trafficking in human organs in Kosovo*

Draft report

Rapporteur: Mr Dick Marty, Switzerland, Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe

Der Bericht, belegt deutlich, das damals das Militär Krankenhaus in Tirana, eine besonders wichtige Rolle, bei den kriminellen Operationen der Kosovo Mafia war! Bereits ab 1992, durften Kosovo Albaner, Militär Krankenhäuser in Nord Albanien, wie Tropoje und Kukes benutzen und hatten ab 1998, dann 1 komplettes Stockwerk im Militär Krankenhaus in Tirana, ohne Zugangs Möglichkeiten für Albaner und unter Leitung von Shaip Muja, einem Adviser von Hashim Thaci usw.. Shaip Muja, spielte auch 2010, rund um das illegale Organ Krankenhaus in Phristina: Medicus, die Schlüsselrolle im Gesundheits Ministerium des Hashim Thaci.

“[32] Muja was the overall “Medical Co-ordinator” for the KLA General Staff, a post in which he oversaw the provision of medical treatment for wounded KLA soldiers, as well as other emergency cases in KLA operational zones. Muja notably made use of the Military Hospital in Tirana, Albania, and administered extensive supplies and equipment acquired by the KLA through foreign donations. During 1998 and 1999, as the official representative of the KLA, supported by elements in the Albanian Army and the Albanian secret services, Muja also administered a diverse array of other infrastructure: at least one helicopter; several well-funded construction projects; and makeshift accommodation arrangements – including private houses and apartments – for KLA commanders, recruits and affiliates who travelled into Albania from overseas, including those en route to Kosovo.”

Largest police operation in history in Albania, against the Gambling Mafia



15 Oct 13
Albania Cracks Down on Gambling Dens

In the largest operation in history, police on Monday launched a sweep of gambling parlours across the country, many of which are suspected of operating illegally.

Besar Likmeta


Police backed by tax inspectors have launched a nationwide crackdown on gambling dens, codenamed „End of Madness“, involving over 6,000 police across Albania,“They will block and control the licenses of all gambling parlours and betting shops across the country,” the Ministry of Interior said.“The dragnet is being supported by inspectors from the tax office and the gambling inspectorate of the Ministry of Finance,” it added.Gambling has soared in Albania in recent years. According to tax records, Albanians spend nearly 100 million euro on gambling activities every year.


policia aksion mbi pikat e basteve

Many gambling shops are suspected of operating illegally. Two days ago the Minister of Finance fired the head of the gambling unit and referred him to the Tirana prosecutors office.

An internal audit had revealed that mismanagement by directors had damaged the state to the tune of €1.8 million.

According to the ministry, in only four hours the police sequestered more than 540 gambling parlours and betting shops.

All the blocked subjects will undergo a thorough investigation to assert if they are operating legally.


New head of Albanian police Artan Didi – New Albania Govt Restructures Police Force

11 Oct 13
New Albania Govt Restructures Police Force

The government of Prime Minister Edi Rama has radically restructured the state police in an effort to boost security and combat the spiralling crime rate.

Besar Likmeta


New head of Albanian police Artan Didi

“We have inherited a security situation unthinkable for a country that is not in a state of war or armed conflict,” Rama said on Friday, explaining why he was restructuring the police force’s leadership.

He said the new force would be less centralised and closer to the community, reducing the number of high-ranking officers from 811 to 255.

The prime minster on Thursday ordered the replacement of the country’s top officer, the head of the general directorate of police Hysni Burgaj, with former special forces commander Artan Didi.

Didi, a career officer, previously commanded the interior ministry’s elite RENEA unit.

The top officers in Albania’s 12 administrative regions were also replaced, while several units like the traffic police were completely disbanded as part of the restructuring effort. Other units will now take over traffic duties.

According to a study from the Tirana-based Institute for Democracy and Mediation, Albania registered a sharp rise in violent crime from 2009.

The study, entitled Crime Trends in Albania, which analyses data provided by the police, said that officers registered a total of 14,030 criminal investigations in 2012, with one crime committed on average every 40 minutes.

Nearly 96 per cent of police investigations relate to theft.

Although police claim to have a high crime-detection rate, with two-thirds of cases resolved, the murder rate in Albania has also risen in the last four years.

According to the Institute for Democracy and Mediation’s data, the murder rate rose by than 40 per cent in 2010 and 2011 compared with the two preceding years.

The think tank said that 354 murders, manslaughters and attempted murders were registered in 2012.  …………..

Chief Prosecutor for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) – Serge Brammertz nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

Kommentar: der menschliche Müll, der von den Amerikanern wie so oft missachtet wurde, ist und war ein Politischen Instrument der Peinlichkeit. Von vielen Richtern schwer kritisiert, wegen der Einseitigkeit


Serge Brammertz nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

LJUBLJANA, October 9, 2013 – In January 2013 the International Institute for Middle-East and Balkan Studies (IFIMES) from Ljubljana, Slovenia, submitted an official nomination for the Nobel Peace Price to the Nobel Committee in Oslo together with the explanation on the candidate Serge Brammertz, Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) at The Hague. The nomination was signed by high and reputable officials from different countries including prime ministers, state presidents, constitutional court presidents, members of the European Parliament, ministers, ambassadors and others.

In the explanation it was stated among other that: “Mr. Serge Brammertz, who took the office of the ICTY Prosecutor in January 2008, has played a key role in promoting reconciliation and restoration of trust between affected communities in the territory of the former Yugoslavia, which are fundamental conditions for the restoration and maintenance of peace.

Through his special relationship with the victims, his determination to seek the full cooperation of States and governments of the former Yugoslavia, and his strong support to national judiciaries in the territory of the former Yugoslavia, Mr. Serge Brammertz has laid the foundations for the advancement of societies based on the rule of law. His work has greatly contributed to the realization of the key goals of the UN Security Council. His contribution to strengthen and secure peace in the territory of the former Yugoslavia is immeasurable. He has treated all victims as equals and supported their efforts to see their status recognized and rights materialized.

There are innumerable instances of Mr. Serge Brammertz offering support to the victims of all ethnic communities and making considerable efforts to foster a genuine and direct dialogue with and between the victims, especially where they belonged to different ethnic communities. Through his interaction with victims, they grew closer to justice at the ICTY and felt they became part of the judicial process. Mr. Serge Brammertz also supported concrete measures supporting victims. For instance, he strongly supported the proposal of the UN Security Council establishing a fund to compensate victims of grave crimes committed during the wars in the territory of the former Yugoslavia. Another example is his backing of the adoption of laws recognizing the rights of all victims in the territory of the former Yugoslavia, such as a State law in BiH regulating the rights of the victims of torture.”

Serge Brammertz was born in 1962 in Eupen, Belgium.


Tony Blair as adviser of the Albanien Government

Tony Blair’s latest job: Former British PM will help Albania to join the EU
By Daily Mail Reporter

PUBLISHED: 12:32 GMT, 3 October 2013 | UPDATED: 15:25 GMT, 3 October 2013


Albania’s new Socialist premier says former British Prime Minister Tony Blair will assist as an adviser in his country’s efforts to join the 28-nation European Union.

Edi Rama said today that Blair would be ‚personally, totally and voluntarily‘ advising the Albanian government and helping with his ‚extraordinary experience and political geniality.‘ 

Speaking at a briefing in Tirana, Blair said: ‚The big challenge with the government today is getting things done.‘

Tony Blair (left) and Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama answer questions after announcing that the former British Prime Minister will assist as an adviser in Albania's efforts to join the 28-nation European UnionTony Blair (left) and Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama answer questions after announcing that the former British Prime Minister will assist as an adviser in Albania’s efforts to join the 28-nation European Union

Rama said that Blair would be 'personally, totally and voluntarily' advising the Albanian government Rama said that Blair would be ‚personally, totally and voluntarily‘ advising the Albanian government



Rama, who was sworn in as prime minister last month, has promised to create 300,000 jobs and reduce poverty. 

A recent survey shows one in seven Albanians live on less than $2 (£1.20) per day.

Albania is one of Europe’s poorest countries with an average salary of 36,482 leks ($361) per month.

The announcement comes days after it emerged that Mr Blair, 60, appeared to be footing the bill for his own £30million private plane.


He has been seen stepping out of a £7,000-an-hour bespoke aircraft complete with stateroom, lounge, kitchen and bed.

Plane Flying high: Mr Blair has been seen stepping out of a £7,000-an-hour bespoke aircraft (pictured) complete with stateroom, lounge, kitchen and bed


Mr Blair is reported to have regularly chartered the top-of-the-range Bombardier Global Express private jet as he travels the world in his new roles as business consultant and public speaker, according to The Sunday Telegraph.

The former Labour leader has been seen disembarking in Bangkok, Sardinia and New York state, and it has also been seen in Switzerland, Ukraine and Israel on dates which matched Mr Blair’s visits.

A spokesperson for Tony Blair said: ‚Mr Blair and his team will provide advice at no cost to the Albanian government on how to modernise and implement a reform agenda.

‚As Mr Blair has previously said were Mr Rama to become PM he would be happy to help, as both Albania and the region mean a huge amount to him, the conflict in Kosovo having been an important period in his Premiership.

‚He congratulates him on that now having happened and looks forward to working with him in the future.‘

Mafiosi / Ali Ahmeti and Menduh Thaci: no time for the parliament

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04 Dec 12
Report Shames Macedonia’s Missing MPs

Report by Macedonian parliament says the two chief legislators representing Macedonia’s Albanians, Ali Ahmeti and Menduh Thaci, did not show up once at a session of parliament in the first half of 2012.

Sinisa Jakov Marusic



Macedonian parliament

A report on the performance of Macedonian MPs has named the two leaders of the main ethnic Albanian parties as the worst offenders in Macedonia when it comes to no-shows in parliament.

The parliament’s MPs’ performance report dubbed ‘My Legislator’ is published twice a year.

Ahmeti, the leader of the Democratic Union for Integration, DUI, the junior party in government, was absent for 92 days when parliament was in session in the first half of 2012, the report said.

His political rival, Thaci, who heads the opposition Democratic Party of Albanians, DPA, was no better.

A third MP, Fijat Canoski, was present in the chamber only seven times, his colleague, Irfan Deari, showed up nine times while Risto Mancev attended 28 times.

Depending on their involvement in various committees, Macedonian legislators earn monthly salaries between €1,000 and €1,100.

In comparison, average monthly salaries in the country are around €350.

The speaker of parliament, Trajko Veljanovski, said he was not happy with their absences but there was little that he could do.

“That’s their decision. As long as legislators duly announce their absence before the start of the session, according to the rule book, there is not much I can do,” he said.

Only 10 of the 123 members of the assembly were present for all 92 days when parliament was in session.


Albanians Intelligenz in Maceconia: Aliz Ahmeti: „Alexander the great is a Albanian“

Group tied to al-Qaida backs McCain for president

Group tied to al-Qaida backs McCain for prez
‚They will do all they can to turn Kosovo into a jihadist camp in the heart of Europe‘

Posted: March 02, 2008
9:07 pm Eastern

From right to left: Arslan Cekaj, Agim Alickaj, Senator John McCain, Joe DioGuardi, Zef Balaj, Shirley Cloyes DioGuardi, Fedor Miroshnichenko, and Andre Alishentsev

Most criminals of the world:


John McCain (2009)
By Jerome R. Corsi
© 2008 WorldNetDaily

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee John McCain has enjoyed strong support from a lobbyist group that backs the Kosovo Liberation Army despite allegations the KLA is a Muslim terrorist group with ties to criminal drug networks and al-Qaida.

The Albanian American Civic League, or AACL, regards the KLA as „freedom fighters,“ said the AACL’s president, former Republican congressman Joe DioGuardi of New York.

They’re „not terrorist, like the Serbs and Greeks say,“ DioGuardi insisted in an interview with WND.

But Islam expert Robert Spencer, editor of the popular website Jihad Watch, contends radical Islam is the driving force behind the Kosovo independence movement.

„There is no excusing the excesses of the Serbs under (former President Slobodan) Milosevic, but there is no denying also that jihadists have been pouring into Bosnia and Kosovo, preparing to use them as a base for jihad activity in Europe – and we have been helping them,“ Spencer told WND.

Spencer explained that the KLA is directly linked to the Kosovo independence movement.

„When Kosovo independence was declared, thousands of Kosovars gathered in Pristina and chanted, ‚KLA!‘ ‚KLA!‘ Spencer noted. „This was a telling indication of the broad popular support the KLA enjoys.“

KLA members, however, continued Spencer, were trained in al-Qaida camps.

„There is little doubt that there are powerful elements in Kosovo who are Islamic supremacist and pro-Sharia (Islamic law),“ he said. „They will do all they can to turn Kosovo into a jihadist camp in the heart of Europe.“

Spencer pointed out Kosovo is about 90 percent Muslim, and the independence movement has grown by incorporating Albanian Muslims as members and supporters.

„Most of the Albanian Muslims are cultural Muslims who have not been radicalized,“ he added. „However, the Muslims in the Balkans have been subjected to heavy jihadists infiltration and recruitment for almost two decades now.“

Spencer contends McCain, along with the Bush administration, which has recognized Kosovo’s independence, „are on the wrong side of the fight … just as American policy in general has been on the wrong side of the Balkans conflict for years.“

During the Balkans war in the 1990s, President Clinton committed U.S. troops to fight under NATO command, providing U.S. air support for NATO-directed attacks against the Serbs.

Today, President Bush’s and Sen. McCain’s support for Kosovo is equally clear.

On Feb. 17, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice announced the U.S. formally recognized Kosovo as a sovereign and independent state, saying, „As Kosovo today begins its life as an independent state, the United States pledges to be its close friend and partner.“

McCain, in a written statement prepared for the Munich Security Conference Feb. 7, called on the U.S. and the European Union to recognize Kosovo’s independence, saying, „For the first time the region is today poised to move forward, with final status for Kosovo and transitioning continuing responsibilities there to increasing European control – at long last closing the door on the region’s painful past.“

In April 1999, McCain and Sen. Joe Lieberman, D-Conn., co-sponsored the „Kosovo Self-Defense Act“ with the goal of arming the KLA in their battle against the Serbs.

McCain co-sponsored the legislation despite serious concerns voiced at that time in Republican policy forums, warning the KLA was a criminal terrorist organization with ties to al-Qaida and Osama bin Laden.

The U.S. Senate Republican Policy Committee issued a white paper March 31, 1999, concluding the KLA was closely associated with 


Der totale korrupte Schrott Haufen ist die UN

Unerwünschte Informationen
Arabische Liga und Vereinte Nationen ignorieren Bericht der Beobachtermission (Eine sehr gute Aussagen von Bashar Aljaafari)

Mit seinem Rücktritt als Chef der Beobachtermission der Arabischen Liga (AL) hat der sudanesische General Mohammed Ahmed Mustafa Al-Dabi am Sonntag (13. Feb.) die Konsequenz daraus gezogen, daß sich die Liga nicht mit seinem Bericht über die Lage in Syrien befaßt hat. Der Report der Beobachter, die einen Monat lang in allen Provinzen Syriens die Situation dokumentiert hatten, war im zuständigen Außenministerkomitee der Liga noch bei der Debatte um eine Syrienresolution im UN-Sicherheitsrat zur Sprache gekommen. Das hatte vor wenigen Tagen bereits der stellvertretende syrische Außenminister Feisal Mekdad bei einem Pressegespräch in Damaskus kritisiert. Der Report habe »Syrien nicht verteidigt«, sagte Mekdad, allerdings sei er »objektiver und professioneller als manche Berichte« gewesen, die er in seiner Zeit als syrischer Botschafter bei den Vereinten Nationen gelesen habe. »Der Bericht spiegelt die Realität wider«, das habe aber einigen arabischen, vor allem aber westlichen Staaten nicht gefallen.

Aus diplomatischen Kreisen in Syrien war zu erfahren, Al-Dabi sei bei einem Treffen mit Botschaftern in Damaskus unter Druck gesetzt worden, harte Fakten zu präsentieren, sonst werde man sich nicht damit befassen. Al-Dabi habe daraufhin erklärt, der Bericht sei nicht von ihm, sondern von den Beobachterteams geschrieben worden. Sollte die Befassung mit dem Bericht verweigert werden, werde er selber an die Öffentlichkeit gehen. In Kairo habe dann der Außenminister und Ministerpräsident Katars, Scheich Hamad Bin Jassim Bin Jaber Al-Thani, den Missionschef bei einem persönlichen Gespräch aufgefordert, den Bericht nicht vorzulegen, sondern nur mündlich eine Zusammenfassung vorzutragen. Der Vorsitzende des Außenministerkomitees gilt als scharfer Gegner Syriens.

Original Report:…

Unwanted Information: The arab League and the UN ignored the Observer report.

BTW Qatar’s PM did try to forced the Leader of the Observermission Gen. Al-Dabi not to present the original report, but to spaek about it in a short „vocal“ version!

Muammar al Gaddafi Rede 2012 vor der Arabische Liga [Deutsch]
Muammar al-Gaddafi macht Saudi König Abdullah fertig

„Serbia does not accept Kosovo’s membership in UN“

Thursday, September 26, 2013

„Serbia does not accept Kosovo’s membership in UN“
Source: B92, Beta, Tanjug

NEW YORK — President Tomislav Nikolić addressed the UN General Assembly in New York on Wednesday to say that Serbia has neither de jure nor de facto „recognized Kosovo.“

The EU-mediated agreement reached with Priština in April „in no way means that Belgrade intends to accept Kosovo’s accession to the UN and other international organization,“ he added.
Nikolić at the same time said that Serbia wished to, with the reached agreements, protect the Serb community in Kosovo and ensure normal life for all residents of Kosovo.

Nikolić addressed the participants of the General Debate of the 68th Session of the United Nations General Assembly by saying that Serbia looked towards the future and EU membership.

But, he noted, Serbia expected the accession talks with the EU to start no later than January 2014, adding that he „hoped the talks would not take too long or go on forever.“

The Serbian president said that the country was „turning toward the future“ and wished to build good relations with all its neighbors, and cooperate with them „with the goal of improving the living standard in all regional countries.“

Through the Brussels agreement, he said, Serbia showed that „t wishes to protect the Serb community in Kosovo „as much as is within its power, but also to secure a normal everyday life for all residents in the province.“

Nikolić said that Belgrade „neither de jure nor de facto“ recognized Kosovo as independent, and pointed out that the agreement concerned „only the clearly marked questions such as the holding of local elections and the forming of the Community of Serb Municipalities.“

According to him, „Serbia will fully implement the agreement – but that in no way means that Serbia intends to accept Kosovo’s membership in the UN and other international organizations, initiatives and forums, that can be joined only by sovereign states.“

„We have faith in the UN which was in 1999 given its mandate in Kosovo and Metohija,“ he said, and added that the UN mission, UNMIK, had an indispensable role.

He appealed for the mandate of UNMIK to remain unchanged, for its size to stay the same and for its activities to be intensified.

Serbia supports EULEX, and is asking the EU – „toward which it is irrevocably moving“ – to respect its own principles also when it comes to Kosovo and Metohija.

„We expect that EULEX will, while maintaining the status-neutral approach, continue to help build democratic institutions in the province and protect the human rights of the Serbs and other non-Albanian residents, because only their rights are threatened,“ Nikolić stated.

He called on the UN members to support Serbia in the efforts to learn the truth about the kidnappings and murders of some Kosovo Serbs whose organs were harvested and sold.

„Council of Europe rapporteur Dick Marty proved, and the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe confirmed, that some of the current ethnic Albanian leaders in Kosovo had organized kidnappings and murders of Serbs whose organs were then taken out and sold,“ Nikolić said.

Serbia has not been able to conduct its own legal procedure for those crimes, which happened at the end of the 20th and start of the 21st century and the likes of which have not been seen anywhere in the world, he remarked.

Serbia is „still convinced“ the UN has to be involved in the investigation, Nikolić noted.

He also commented on the work of the Hague Tribunal (ICTY) and said the court had abused its mandate given by the UN Security Council, undermined the reconciliation process in the former Yugoslavia and compromised the idea of an international criminal justice system.

In terms of foreign policy, Serbia is renewing some old and establishing new friendships and strategic partnerships on all sides of the globe, he said.

Serbia has been entrusted with the OSCE presidency in 2015 and, along with activities in regional initiatives, it will certainly be a recommendation for a more responsible position in the UN, Nikolić believes.

He said he had visited almost all of Serbia’s neighbors in more than a year since the start of his term and talked with the leaders of all the neighboring countries at international meetings in an effort to show that Serbia wanted regional cooperation and joint efforts with its neighbors in order to resolve common issues.

Nikolić pointed out he had made gestures indicating that Serbia wanted to reconcile with its neighbors, adding that he was convinced those acts would help significantly towards achieving that reconciliation and righting the wrongs of the past.

Serbia turns to the future now and wants to build good relations with all the nations surrounding it, he said.

Serbia remains committed to the UN Charter and millennium development goals and participation of its troops and police in UN peace missions, he stressed.

„Sustainable development goals in Serbia’s opinion should be global in their nature, but applicable in all countries regardless of their capabilities, development level, priorities and political agendas,“ the president feels, adding that the priorities for setting those sustainable goals should be energy efficiency, renewable energy and climate change.

Serbia is willing to increase its involvement in UN peace missions using the units and equipment that are standard for national contingents, but also by using the options in the UN stand-by arrangement, Nikolić underscored.

In accordance to its policies based on Security Council’s resolutions, Serbia will also promote the participation of women in peace operations, he said, adding that involvement in those and other multinational operations was a contribution to peace and security in the world.

Terrorism is a threat to UN’s basic values and it is omnipresent, he emphasized.

„Serbia is adjusting its legislation in order to combat terrorism and it supports the UN global strategy against terrorism and all UN General Assembly and Security Council resolutions related to this, the president stated. As a victim of terrorist attacks, some of which have claimed the lives of children, Serbia understands very well the need for regional and broader cooperation against terrorism,“ he added.

Serbia is a signatory of almost all international treaties and initiatives on disarmament, non-proliferation and weapons control and it is fulfilling its obligations to their full, he noted.

Serbia has never fought an aggressive war, and the weapons it has serve only to protect it, Nikolić said, adding that Serbia had never been a threat to anyone, had not owned weapons of mass destruction and was not planning on introducing them to its arsenal, which was visible and open to inspection.

Nikolić congratulated the newly elected president of the UN General Assembly, John William Ashe, and his predecessor, Vuk Jeremić, adding that Jeremić had represented Serbia well while remaining unbiased and professional during his one-year term as the president of the General Assembly.