Reine Show für die grossen Verbrecher Kartell der Welt und nicht nur dem „Clan del Golfo“ und jeder weiß es seit Jahren. Die Deutschen und die IRZ-Stiftung,ein Profi kriminelles Construct, wo nur Geld gestohlen wird mit Kriminellen.
Fatos Qato ebenso
Zylyftar Bregu, Medien Kommission Chef, wurde ebenso entlassen.
Vorsitzender des Berufungs Gerichtes ist der IRZ-Partner: Y. Zanganjori, der ebensfalls schon schwer belastet wurde, einen Deal mit der Hirnlosen Agnes Bernhard machte, in einem Caffee und im Mafia Stile.
Deutscher Betrugs Stile: Agnes Bernhard und Gent Ibrahimi, Null Erfahrung als Richter, Staatsanwalt, oder in der Verwaltung ,weil mit dem Georg Soros Kaspar: Gent Ibrahimi Justiz bringen, was nur ein Millionen schwerer Profi Raub ist mit solchen Gestalten im „Camorra“ Stile.
Kolegji i Apelimit ka shkarkuar nga detyra sot Kryetarin e Kushtetueses, Bashkim Dedja. E ndërsa KPK e konfirmoi në detyrë në muajin qershor,…
Nuk justifikon apartamentin dhe tokën në Pogradec, vettingu shkarkon gjyqtarin e Apelit të Tiranës, Fatos Qato
Trupa gjykuese e përbërë nga Suela Zhegu, Valbona Sanxhaktari, Brunilda Bekteshi vendosën shkarkimin e tij nga detyra me arsyetimin se nuk…
Komisioni i Medias, përmes votimit mori vendimin këtë të hënë për shkarkimin nga detyra të anëtarit të Autoritetit të Mediave Audiovizive…
Drogenhandel, Diplomatie, Botschafter: Alles eine Einheit, vor allem im Betrug. Die „Camorra“ Organisation: IRZ Stiftung in Fortsetzung, denn noch viele Millionen müssen gestohlen werden mit lokalen Mafia Partnern. Zum Schwuchtel Club verkommen, was dann eine Steigerung wie beim BER Flugplatz wurde. Ich nix verstehen, ich Justiz Bringer!
Wollen Transparenz im Gesundheitswesen bringen, USAID, welche selbt vor dem Untersuchungs Ausschuss des Kongresses nicht sagen kann, wohin die Gelder gehen, wer was erhielt, identisch der Pentagon, wo spurlos hohe Milliarden Summen verschwanden schon vor 2001 und heute als Betrugs System weiter ausgebaut.
Super Workshop, Reise Spesen und Geldvernichtung, wo doch die KAS erst in 2012, feststellte, das man im Gesundheits System entscheidende Fortschritte gemacht hat, wohl aber nur im Betrug.
KLSH merr pjesë në tryezën e rrumbullakët ndër-institucionale organizuar nga USAID
Në kuadër të implementimit të projektit “Transparenca në sistemin shëndetësor” financuar nga USAID, në datën 14 nëntor 2018 u organizua në Tiranë një tryezë e rrumbullakët me temë “Fuqizimi i transparencës institucionale dhe angazhimit qytetar për përmirësimin e cilësisë në sistemin shëndetësor-sfida dhe mundësi bashkëpunimi”.
Në këtë takim morën pjesë drejtues të tre institucioneve që janë pjesë e këtij projekti : KLSH, ILDKPKI dhe Avokati i Popullit, si dhe përfaqësues të organizatave të shoqërisë civile dhe medias. Gjatë takimit u diskutua rreth angazhimit qytetar në rritjen e transparencës dhe cilësisë në sistemin shëndetësor.
Fjalën e rastit në këtë tryezë e mbajti zj.Mikaela Meredith, Drejtoreshë e USAID për Shqipërinë. Zonja Meredith ritheksoi faktin që projekti ka për qëllim krijimin e një mjedisi më të përgjegjshëm për përdorimin e parave publike duke forcuar institucionet mbikëqyrëse si KLSH, Avokati i Popullit dhe ILDKPKI dhe duke rritur bashkëpunimin me shoqërinë civile dhe median.
Asistenca teknike që USAID po i ofron KLSH-së konsiston në përmirësimin e auditimeve të performancës në sektorin e shëndetësisë, rritjen e aksesit të qytetareve tek informacioni, futjen e disa zgjidhjeve teknologjike për sistemin e ankesave, përdorimin e të dhënave të hapura dhe treguesve të alarmit-red flags për fusha të prirura për korrupsion, etj.
Më pas e mori fjalën Kryetari i KLSH-së, z.Bujar Leskaj, i cili theksoi që realizimi i kësaj tryeze të rrumbullakët nuk përbën thjesht një aktivitet të radhës, por përfaqëson një moment të rëndësishëm të paraqitjes së instrumenteve që janë projektuar dhe që kanë filluar të aplikohen nga institucioni, me synimin e rritjes së transparencës tek shoqëria civile dhe tek publiku i gjerë, por jo vetëm. Përfitimi nga përdorimi i teknologjisë së informacionit, për të identifikuar transaksionet me risk më të lartë potencial në procedurat e prokurimit publik ndikon në rritjen e efiçiencës dhe impaktit të aktivitetit auditues të KLSH-së.
Kryetari i KLSH e cilësoi kontributin e dhënë ndër vite nga USAID-i në Shqipëri si” …unikal dhe të rëndësishëm për fuqizimin e institucioneve të pavarura të Shtetit Shqiptar, ndërtimin e kapaciteteve njerëzore dhe institucionale të administratës sonë publike, fuqizimin e organizatave të shoqërisë civile, zhvillimin e sektorit privat, reformën zgjedhore, reformën administrative e territoriale dhe së fundmi dhe kryesoren, reformën në drejtësi”.
“E kemi mirëpritur Projektin-vijoi z.Leskaj-duke e mbështetur dhe jemi përpjekur të bashkëveprojmë për të realizuar çdo produkt të tij, pasi ai vinte në momentin e duhur të procesit të modernizimit institucional të KLSH-së dhe sinergjizohej plotësisht me disa nisma të tjera të transparencës së informacionit për publikun e gjerë që institucioni kishte ndërmarrë. Për më tepër, sektori i cili ishte në fokus të projektit përbën një sektor me rëndësi për jetën e qytetarit shqiptar.
Pas pak më shumë se një viti nga data e nënshkrimit me USAID-in të Memorandumit të Mirëkuptimit, më 3 Tetor 2017, për projektin “Transparenca në Sistemin Shëndetësor” dhe në paralel me nisjen e implementimit në KLSH të informatizimit të plotë të drejtimit menaxherial për auditimet, nëpërmjet sistemit të teknologjisë bashkëkohore “REV-Zone” të komunikimit elektronik dhe shpërndarjes së informacionit dhe detyrave(investim i vetë institucionit) për realizimin e auditimeve, nënvizojmë mbështetjen efektive, dobinë, vlerën e shtuar dhe perspektivën për aktivitetin tonë auditues të produkteve që projekti na ka vënë në dispozicion, në formën e katër instrumentave të rinj të teknologjisë së informacionit, si më poshtë *:
1. Instrumenti sinjalizues “Famuj të Kuq” Red flags
2. Trajtimi dixhital i Ankesave të qytetarëve
3. Instrumenti për publikimin e raporteve në formatin “Open Data”
4. Instrumenti “Data Mining”
Dumme Quoten Frauen, auch noch dazu sogenannte „Geisteswissenschaftlerinnen“ mit esotherischen Touch, pflegen für viel Geld ihre Profil Neurose, mit Foto Terminen mit der Albaner Mafia, obwohl man real zu dumm ist, etwas zu organisieren, funktionele Analphabeten. Besonders übel, die Ex-EU Botschafterin, eine billige „Mädrese“ des Kroatischen Präsidenten, mit Skandalen auch in Kroatien und noch schlimmer, die Deutsche Botschafterin, die nie etas „kapiert“, das Völkerrecht wie die gefährlich kriminellen Aussenminister Deutschland ignorieren, keine Diplomaten Ausbildung mehr haben, sonders aus der Mafia Schiene der DAAD-Open Society kommen.
Vollkommen abhanden gekommen ist die EU Aufsichts Mission ONM, mit der extrem peinlich und dummen Genoveva Ruiz Calavera.
Die EU „useful idiots“ Justiz, IRZ – Stiftung, Agnes Bernhard im Inkompetenz System von gefährlich Dummen
- Genoveva Ruiz Calavera (Hirnlos und peinlich) Unglaublich diese IOM Diebstahl Organisation, welche auch die „Roma“ Gelder im Kosovo im Moment stiehlt, weil über 90 % für eigene hohe Gehälter und Reisespesen vergeudet werden. Neuer Rekord an Korruptheit und Unfähigkeit, aber Amerikaner, Deutsche haben zuvor auch Nichts zustände gebracht, in der absoluten Unfähigkeit.
- und vor allem Genoveva Ruiz Calavera, im enormen Interessen Konflikt, wie eine „Nghradeta“ Organisation aufgebaut
- Independent Observation Mission (ONM) mit illegalem Selbst Bedienungs Management Board was Verfassungs widrig ist.
- Andere Super Idioten der EU im Betrugs Imperium der EU.
Lachkrampf über diesen Idioten, mit seinem Dumm Geschwätz in Tirana, was man in der TV Aufnahme schnell erkennt. Sein Nachfolger und Fischerei Minister trat in Norwegen zurück , weil man mit der extrem jungen Geliebten in den Iran heimlich flog. EU Deppen, immer ohne Beruf, ohne reale Berufserfahrung und niemand hat je eine Firma geleitet, oder Arbeitsplätze geschaffen. Aber dann der Auftritt als Experte, aber von was?
Sylvain Gamber (political chief of EU delegation) für die Justiz Reform zuständig, ist im Modell des EU Betruges und der IRZ-Stiftung aber ein Experte (Verträge), für Fischerei in der EU und Norwegen.
Seit vielen Monaten nicht in Tirana, wie die angebliche IRZ Stiftung und EU Missions Leitung mit Agnes Bernhard, eine peinliche Frau der Dumm Inkompetenz und Quoten Frauen, welche ein Massaker in der Justiz anrichteten, wo nicht einmal das Verfassungsgericht in Funktion ist. Gut für Verbrecher Banden, die kommen um Geld zustehlen, für Unfugsposten.. Die Klientel Politik der EU, ohne jede Kompetenz, die peinliche Deutsche Justiz, einer Weisungsgebundenen Justiz haben die Albaner nur kopiert.
Die IRZ-Stiftung, ein „Camorra“ identisches kriminelles Enterprise, wo es nicht einmal ein Justiz in Deutschland noch gibt, mit dieser Weisungs gebundenen Absurdum und Dumme Justiz Senstor werden, oder Minister wie Heiko Maas.
Mit der illegalen Ernennung einer temporäen Generalstaatsanwältin Artan Marku, genauso inkompetend wie die Generalstaatsanwältin Margarete Kopper in Berlin, oder mit der Betrügerin: Susanne Baer, begann ein Chaos in der Staatsanwaltschaft in Albanien, wo wichtigste Fälle nicht mehr bearbeitet werden. Die “ useful idiots“ im Moment mit Agnes Bernhard, gehören zu einem esotherischen Frauen Zirkel, der extrem dumm ist, der Albaner Mafia in die Hand arbeitet, wie die EU Commission, mit Knut Fleckenstein, Johannes Hahn, lauter gut bekannt korrupte Dumme Figuren, die nur gefälschte Berichte schreiben. (Ausnahme: Rainer Deville)
Die Ober Idioten loben sich wieder mal selbst! Wurden von der vollkommen korrupten und dummen EU Leitung der Justiz Mission wie Agnes Bernhard, in eine Aufsichtsrolle gehoben, fälschten Übersetzungen und Gesetze, zur Vorlage der Venice Kommission, EU Kommission und immer dabei: Knut Fleckenstein und die vollkommen korrupte EU Botschafterin.
Gerti Shalla, Jan Rudolph, Marcus Johnson (USAID), welche als Verbrecher Organisation auftrat, über den AAEF Fund, wohl 1 Milliarde stahl, Geldwäsche Banken eröffnete, für Drogen Geschäfte und Landdiebstahl mit gefälschten Urkundne.
Peinlich, wenn der berüchtigte Richter Gjin Gjoni, eine illegale Auszeit erhält, als Eltern Urlaub, wo natürlich die berüchtigte Ehefrau Eleonara Cauhsi, ihr Kind in Deutschland bekommt, wie der Mafia Ex-Generalstaatsanwalt: Adriatic Llalla in Kassel. Deutschland Heimat von Extrem Verbrechern, rund um Geldwäsche und Kinder, Waffen, Frauen, Drogen Handel. Im Idioten Reich des Edi Rama. Identitäten Diebstahl, Identitäten Verkauf, Notare, welche Verkäufe bestätigten, obwohl die Person lange tot ist, oder im Ausland ist: Das Albanische System, von Dumm Kriminellen, was schon 1995 gut bekannt war, das jeder Ziegenhirte, Direktor, Admiral, General wurde, oder gar Minister. Heute nennt man die „Goldenen Zeiten“ Albaniens, denn heute ist Albanien ein „failed State“. Gut geschmiert die Deutsche, EU Botschaft, im Solde von Verbrecher Clans. Deutsche Minister, inklusive Ursula von der Leyen, sind korrupte Enterprise und erneut tauchte McKinsey auf, berüchtigt, für Bilanzfälschungen, falsche Beratung.
Elona Caushi, ist die Tochter des Botschafters Sheptim Caushi. Kein Wort über den Skandal ihres Mannes, der den Kurdischen Super Drogen Schmuggler Turgut Abdulselam, trotz Interpol Haftbefehles des BKA freiliess, dem Gottvater und Langzeit Lieferant mit Heroin über den Gjoka Clan in Shiak, auch Hekuran Hoxha.
Interview über ihren Duty Free Shop, wie sie die Vertragsgebühren senkte.
Das Ehepaar Elona Caushi, Gjin Gjoni auch Vertragspartner mit Deutschen und plötzlich war man Alleineigentümer. Der Deutsche war ein seniler Hamburg Mann Helmut Heinemann, 35 Jahre älter, welche man im Albanischen Betrugs Modell heirate, ausplünderte und wie in Thailand dann umbrachte. So kamen viele Albaner Familien zu Reichtum, als Prostituierten auch Deutsche Politiker heirateten. Da Kurdische Modell in Hamburg ist identisch. Aydan Özoğuz ist ein typisches Beispiel in Hamburg, man verkauft komplette Institutionen auch den Innensenat an kriminelle Clans in Hamburg, wo der Osmani Clan, schon Schleuser System mit Flüchtlingsheim in 1996 hatte. Heute die Hamburger Bordell Mafia mit dem Dollhouse das Sagen hat.
Super Drogen Baron: Abdulselam Turgut, eine Einheit mit „ORA news, ein Geldwäsche Projekt von Xhemail Pasmaçiun (Ylli Ndroqin), dem Visa Skandal der Deutschen rund um Hekuran Hoxha und Sabine Bloch und der AA Mafia mit Ludgar Vollmer, Grobach, Joschka Fischer
Betrugs Schema der Deutschen, heute wie vor 15 Jahren im Visa Skandal. Rezzo Schlauch, eingekauft von der Albaner Mafia ist heute Vize Coe, einer Betrugs Offshore Bank (ABI), wo niemand weiß wieviel Kapital die Bank hat, noch wer der Eigentümer ist.
Profi Betrug, der bis heute anhält. In der selben Zeit, kassierte eine Deutsche Consult über die GTZ Mafia (Gitech), 2,5 Millionen € lt. GTZ Verantwortlichen, um 8 Kommunalbeamte auszubilden, welche bis heute gesucht werden. Die Firma Sprint, eines der übelsten Betrugs Auftritte der Deutschen durch das Auswärtige, als Politische Beratung verkauft und bis heute aktiv. Solche Leuten finanziert man in Hamburg, Berlin, oder hier in Essen, NRW, sogar Konsulate und Phantom NG0′, welche dann Orden an korrupte Deutsche Politiker und Politikerinnen verteilen.
Abteilung: „useful“ Idiots, wobei der Pädophilen Kriegsvertreter schon im Visa Untersuchungs Ausschuss nur Lügen verbreitete, wie seine Banden vor Gerichten, wenn es um Visa Verkauf an Kriminelle ging.
Den Betrugs Unfug haben die Deutschen mit Uschi Eid, Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul zuerst mit Berlinwasser, KfW, RWE Betrugs Chaoten in Albanien promotet, dann in Afrika. Heute von der Schwuchtel des Hirnlosen Nichts Endri Fuga in Albanien promotet mit Open Society Bildung. Eine sogar durch die Weltbank Treffen bekannte Betrügerin schon damals, wurde als Expertin dann als Professorin verkauft, heute sogar mit Essener Konsulat, als Drehscheibe des Verbrechens und Schleusertums der Drogen Mafia
Anduena Stephan in Tirana, mit der Betrugsmasschine der Deutschen Botschaft und dem Mercedes Vertreter
Die Georg Soros Schwuchtel: Endri Fuga kann nur sich sowas ausdenken, ein Idiot, der keinen Job gelernt hat.
Die Kosovo Banditen und Terroristen hatten ab 1987 mit dem Strauss Besuch auch Krankenhaus Behandlung in allen Militär Krankenhäusern erhalten, übernahmen ab 1998, auch ein Stockwerk im Mutter Theresa Krankenhaus in Tirana, was zum Zentrum des Organ Handels wurde. Der Leiter ein Hashim Thaci Partner
Wenn Zivilisten ermorden, zum Zeit Vertreib, einer Killer NATO Truppe gehört.
Early last year after six hard months soldiering in Afghanistan a group of American infantrymen reached a momentous decision It was finally time to kill a haji Among the men of Bravo Company the notion of killing an Afghan civilian had been the subject of countless conversations during lunchtime…
Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/search?q=afghanistan&x=0&y=0#ixzz1jF09UNgf
US-Soldaten sollen tote Taliban geschändet haben
US-Soldaten in Afghanistan: Verdacht auf Leichenschändung (die Echtheit der Aufnahme kann von SPIEGEL ONLINE nicht verifiziert werden)
US Marine Corps probes ‚Taliban desecration‘ video
Part of channel(s): Afghanistan (current event)
The US military has said it is investigating a video that appears to show a group of Marines urinating on dead Taliban fighters.
The Marine Corps said the actions portrayed in the clip, which was posted online but has not yet been verified, were not consistent with its values.
The footage shows four men in military fatigues appearing to urinate on three apparently lifeless men.
A man’s voice is heard saying: „Have a great day, buddy.“
The men lying on the ground have brown skin, bare feet and are dressed in loose-fitting outfits. One appears to be covered in blood.
The origin of the video is not known, nor is it clear who posted it online.
The men in military fatigues seem aware that they are being filmed.
Pentagon spokesman Capt John Kirby said in a statement: „We are deeply troubled by the video.
„Whoever it is, and whatever the circumstances – which we know is under investigation – it is egregious behaviour and unacceptable for a member of the military.“
Marine Corps headquarters at the Pentagon said in a statement: „The actions portrayed are not consistent with our core values and are not indicative of the character of the Marines in our Corps. This matter will be fully investigated.“
A spokesman for the Taliban in Afghanistan told the BBC his group „strongly condemns this action and it is not a human action. It’s a wild action that is too shameful for us to talk about“.
Afghan Member of Parliament Fawzia Kofi said ordinary Afghans, no matter how they felt about the Taliban, would be upset by the video.
„It’s a matter of a human being, respect to a human being,“ she told the BBC.
„I believe that the brutal acts that the Taliban did here during their government and even now is condemned by Afghans. So is watching a brutal act by international forces. We condemn that as well,“ she added.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (Cair) said the video, if verified, showed behaviour that was totally unbecoming of US military personnel.
„It’s a disgusting, immoral video. Something that no military would be proud of and I think the least of which would be the American military,“ the council’s spokesman Ibrahim Hooper told the BBC.
„It’s unbecoming for any military personnel anywhere in the world, and in fact could be in violation of international laws of war, besides being in violation of the American uniform code of military justice.“—-
More on the BBC’s website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-16522973
By GUY LAWSON
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Make A Drug Deal with Afghanistan? | BLOG ENTRY
This Los Angeles Times op-ed about dealing with the degeneration of Afghanistan into a terror/narco state presents one of the most interesting arguments I’ve read all year The solution is simple Instead of destroying Afghanistan’s most valuable resource Western governments should buy it outright and resell it to producers of…
November 8, 2006 8:46 PM ET
|March 31, 1999|
On March 24, 1999, NATO initiated air attacks on Yugoslavia (a federation of two republics, Serbia and Montenegro) in order to impose a peace agreement in the Serbian province of Kosovo, which has an ethnic Albanian majority. The Clinton Administration has not formally withdrawn its standing insistence that Belgrade sign the peace agreement, which would entail the deployment in Kosovo of some 28,000 NATO ground troops — including 4,000 Americans — to police the settlement. But in recent days the Clinton public line has shifted to a demand that Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic halt the offensive he has launched in Kosovo, which has led to a growing humanitarian crisis in the region, before there can be a stop to the bombing campaign.
One week into the bombing campaign, there is widespread discussion of options for further actions. One option includes forging a closer relationship between the United States and a controversial group, the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), a group which has been cited in unofficial reports for alleged ties to drug cartels and Islamic terrorist organizations. This paper will examine those allegations in the context of the currently unfolding air campaign.
Results of Week One
The air assault is a product of a Clinton policy, which for months has been directed toward intervention in Kosovo, in either the form of the use of air power or of the introduction of a peacekeeping ground force — or of air power followed by a ground force. [For details on the turbulent history of Kosovo and of the direction of Clinton policy leading to the current air campaign, see: RPC’s „Senate to Vote Today on Preventing Funding of Military Operations in Kosovo: Airstrikes Likely This Week,“ 3/23/99; „Bombing, or Ground Troops — or Both: Clinton Kosovo Intervention Appears Imminent,“ 2/22/99; and „Bosnia II: The Clinton Administration Sets Course for NATO Intervention in Kosovo,“ 8/12/98.] Just hours before the first bombs fell, the Senate voted 58 to 41 (with 38 Republicans voting in the negative) to authorize air and missile strikes against Yugoslavia (S. Con. Res. 21). The Senate then approved by voice vote a second resolution expressing support for members of the U.S. Armed Forces engaged in military operations against Yugoslavia (S. Res. 74).
Prior to the air campaign, the stated goal of Clinton policy, as noted above, was Belgrade’s acceptance of the peace agreement signed by the Kosovo Albanian delegation (which included representatives of the KLA) on March 17. Now, more than a week into the air campaign, that goal appears even more elusive as the NATO attack has rallied Serbian resistance to what they see as an unjustified foreign aggression.
Since the NATO bombing campaign began, Serbian security forces also have intensified an offensive in Kosovo that began as the airstrikes appeared inevitable. According to numerous media reports, tens of thousands of Albanians are fleeing the Serb army, and police forces and paramilitary groups that, based on credible allegations, are committing widespread atrocities, including summary executions, burnings of Albanian villages, and assassination of human rights activists and community leaders. Allied officials have denounced the apparently deliberate forced exodus of Albanian civilians as ethnic cleansing and even genocide. But according to some refugee accounts, the NATO bombing is also a factor in the exodus: „[M]ost residents of the provincial capital say they are leaving of their own accord and are not being forced out at gunpoint, as residents of several western cities and villages in Kosovo say has been happening to them. . . . Pristina residents who made it to Macedonia said their city is still largely intact, despite the targeting of ethnic Albanian businesses by Serbian gangs and several direct hits from NATO air strikes in the city center“ [„Cause of Kosovar Exodus from Pristina Disputed: Serbs Are Forcing Exit, Some Claim; Others Go on Own,“ Washington Times, 3/31/99].
At the same time, the Clinton Administration, consistent with its track record on Kosovo, has ignored credible but unconfirmed evidence from sources not connected to Milosevic’s Serbian government that the NATO campaign has resulted in far more civilian damage than has been acknowledged.
Making Things Worse?
The Clinton Administration and NATO officials flatly reject any suggestion that their policy has exacerbated an already bad situation on the ground in Kosovo. With neighboring Albania and Macedonia in danger of being destabilized by a flood of refugees, questions are being raised about NATO’s ability to continue the campaign unless positive results are evident soon:
„With critics arguing that the NATO campaign has made things worse, the alliance must slow the Serbs‘ onslaught or watch public support and alliance unity unravel. U.S. and NATO officials angrily rebutted the critics, arguing that Mr. Milosevic, the Serbian leader, and his forces were already on the rampage before NATO strikes began.“ [„NATO Is Set to Target Sites in Belgrade,“ Wall Street Journal, 3/29/99]
If the immediate NATO goal has now shifted to stopping the Serb offensive in Kosovo, observers point to three likely options [WSJ, 3/29/99]:
„Option One is to continue the air campaign, increasingly targeting Serb frontline troops [in Kosovo], but it could be days before the onslaught is really slowed.“ This option, which NATO has already begun to implement, is likely to entail greater risk to NATO aircraft and crews, due to the lower and slower flightpaths needed to deliver tactical strikes. Still, most observers doubt the offensive can be halted with air power alone. Late reports indicate increased bombing of targets in Belgrade, the capital of both the Yugoslav federation and the Serbian republic.
„Option Two is to start considering intervening on the ground.“ In recent days, the Clinton Administration has begun to shift its position on NATO ground troops from a categorical assurance that ground troops would go in only to police a peace settlement to hints that they might, depending on some unspecified „conditions,“ be introduced into a combat environment. For example, in comments on March 28, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs General Henry Shelton suggested that certain „assessments“ had been made, but that there was as yet no political agreement on ground troops:
„There have been assessments made, but those assessments were based on varying conditions that existed in Kosovo… At this point in time, there are no plans per se to introduce ground troops.“ [NBC’s „Meet the Press,“ 3/28/99]
„Option Three: arming the separatist Kosovo Liberation Army to carry the war on the ground while NATO continues it from the air.“ This option, which would make NATO the overt air force of the KLA, would also dash any possibility of a solution that would not result in a change in Balkan borders, perhaps setting off a round of widespread regional instability. Clinton Administrations officials have begun to suggest that independence may now be justified in view of the Serb offensive. The KLA has been explicit in its determination to not only achieve an independent Kosovo but to „liberate“ Albanian-inhabited areas of Montenegro (including the Montenegrin capital, Podgorica), Macedonia (including the Macedonian capital, Skopje), and parts of northern Greece; most of these areas were in fact annexed to Albania under Axis occupation during World War II. (For a visual representation of the areas claimed by the KLA, see the map at the website of the pro-KLA Albanian-American Civic League at www.aacl.com
Note that arming and training the KLA, as called for in Option Three, would highlight serious questions about the nature of the KLA and of the Clinton Administration’s relationship with it.
The KLA: from ‚Terrorists‘ to ‚Partners‘
The Kosovo Liberation Army „began on the radical fringe of Kosovar Albanian politics, originally made up of diehard Marxist-Leninists (who were bankrolled in the old days by the Stalinist dictatorship next door in Albania) as well as by descendants of the fascist militias raised by the Italians in World War II“ [„Fog of War — Coping With the Truth About Friend and Foe: Victims Not Quite Innocent,“ New York Times, 3/28/99]. The KLA made its military debut in February 1996 with the bombing of several camps housing Serbian refugees from wars in Croatia and Bosnia [Jane’s Intelligence Review, 10/1/96]. The KLA (again according to the highly regarded Jane’s,) „does not take into consideration the political or economic importance of its victims, nor does it seem at all capable of seriously hurting its enemy, the Serbian police and army. Instead, the group has attacked Serbian police and civilians arbitrarily at their weakest points. It has not come close to challenging the region’s balance of military power“ [Jane’s, 10/1/96].
The group expanded its operations with numerous attacks through 1996 but was given a major boost with the collapse into chaos of neighboring Albania in 1997, which afforded unlimited opportunities for the introduction of arms into Kosovo from adjoining areas of northern Albania, which are effectively out of the control of the Albanian government in Tirana. From its inception, the KLA has targeted not only Serbian security forces, who may be seen as legitimate targets for a guerrilla insurgency, but Serbian and Albanian civilians as well.
In view of such tactics, the Clinton Administration’s then-special envoy for Kosovo, Robert Gelbard, had little difficulty in condemning the KLA (also known by its Albanian initials, UCK) in terms comparable to those he used for Serbian police repression:
“ ‚The violence we have seen growing is incredibly dangerous,‘ Gelbard said. He criticized violence ‚promulgated by the (Serb) police‘ and condemned the actions of an ethnic Albanian underground group Kosovo Liberation Army (UCK) which has claimed responsibility for a series of attacks on Serb targets. ‚We condemn very strongly terrorist actions in Kosovo. The UCK is, without any questions, a terrorist group,‘ Gelbard said.“ [Agence France Presse, 2/23/98]
Mr. Gelbard’s remarks came just before a KLA attack on a Serbian police station led to a retaliation that left dozens of Albanians dead, leading in turn to a rapid escalation of the cycle of violence. Responding to criticism that his earlier remarks might have been seen as Washington’s „green light“ to Belgrade that a crack-down on the KLA would be acceptable, Mr. Gelbard offered to clarify to the House Committee on International Relations:
„Questioned by lawmakers today on whether he still considered the group a terrorist organization, Mr. Gelbard said that while it has committed ‚terrorist acts,‘ it has ’not been classified legally by the U.S. Government as a terrorist organization.‘ “ [New York Times, 3/13/98]
The situation in Kosovo has since been transformed: what were once sporadic cases of KLA attacks and often heavy-handed and indiscriminate Serbian responses has now become a full-scale guerrilla war. That development appeared to be a vindication of what may have been the KLA’s strategy of escalating the level of violence to the point where outside intervention would become a distinct possibility. Given the military imbalance, there is reason to believe the KLA — which is now calling for the introduction of NATO ground troops into Kosovo [Associated Press, 3/27/99] — may have always expected to achieve its goals less because of the group’s own prospects for military success than because of a hoped-for outside intervention: As one fighter put it, „We hope that NATO will intervene, like it did in Bosnia, to save us“ [„Both Sides in the Kosovo Conflict Seem Determined to Ignore Reality,“ New York Times, 6/22/98].
By early 1999, the Clinton Administration had completely staked the success of its Kosovo policy on either the acceptance by both sides of a pre-drafted peace agreement that would entail a NATO ground occupation of Kosovo, or, if the Albanians signed the agreement while Belgrade refused, bombing of the Serbs. By committing itself so tightly to those two alternatives, the Clinton Administration left itself with as little flexibility as it had offered the Albanians and the Serbs.
At that point for the Administration, cultivating the goodwill of the KLA — as the most extreme element on the Albanian side, and the element which had the weapons capable of sinking any diplomatic initiative — became an absolute imperative:
„In order to get the Albanians’… acceptance [of the peace plan], Ms. Albright offered incentives intended to show that Washington is a friend of Kosovo…Officers in the Kosovo Liberation Army would . . . be sent to the United States for training in transforming themselves from a guerrilla group into a police force or a political entity, much like the African National Congress did in South Africa.“ [New York Times, 2/24/99]
The Times‘ comparison of treatment of the KLA with that of the African National Congress (ANC) — a group with its own history of terror attacks on political opponents, including members of the ethnic group it claims to represent — is a telling one. In fact, it points to the seemingly consistent Clinton policy of cultivating relationships with groups known for terrorist violence — not only the ANC, but the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and the Irish Republican Army (IRA) — in what may be a strategy of attempting to wean away a group from its penchant for violence by adopting its cause as an element of U.S. policy.
By the time the NATO airstrikes began, the Clinton Administration’s partnership with the KLA was unambiguous:
„With ethnic Albanian Kosovars poised to sign a peace accord later Thursday, the United States is moving quickly to help transform the Kosovo Liberation Army from a rag-tag band of guerrilla fighters into a political force. . . . Washington clearly sees it as a main hope for the troubled province’s future. ‚We want to develop a good relationship with them as they transform themselves into a politically-oriented organization,‘ deputy State Department spokesman James Foley said. ‚We want to develop closer and better ties with this organization.‘
„A strong signal of this is the deference with which U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright treats the Kosovar Albanians‘ chief negotiator Hashim Thaci, a 30-year-old KLA commander. Albright dispatched her top aide and spokesman James Rubin to Paris earlier this week to meet with Thaci and personally deliver to him an invitation for members of his delegation to visit the United States. Rubin, who will attend the ceremony at which the Kosovar Albanians will sign the accord, is expected to then return to Washington with five members of the delegation, including Thaci. Thaci and Rubin have developed a ‚good rapport‘ during the Kosovo crisis, according to U.S. officials who note that Thaci was the main delegate they convinced to sign the agreement even though the Serbs have refused to do so. [ . . . ]
„Narcotics smuggling has become a prime source of financing for civil wars already under way — or rapidly brewing — in southern Europe and the eastern Mediterranean, according to a report issued here this week. The report, by the Paris-based Observatoire Geopolitique des Drogues, or Geopolitical Observatory of Drugs, identifies belligerents in the former Yugoslav republics and Turkey as key players in the region’s accelerating drugs-for-arms traffic. Albanian nationalists in ethnically tense Macedonia and the Serbian province of Kosovo have built a vast heroin network, leading from the opium fields of Pakistan to black-market arms dealers in Switzerland, which transports up to $2 billion worth of the drug annually into the heart of Europe, the report says. More than 500 Kosovo or Macedonian Albanians are in prison in Switzerland for drug- or arms-trafficking offenses, and more than 1,000 others are under indictment. The arms are reportedly stockpiled in Kosovo for eventual use against the Serbian government in Belgrade, which imposed a violent crackdown on Albanian autonomy advocates in the province five years ago.“ [„Separatists Supporting Themselves with Traffic in Narcotics,“ San Francisco Chronicle, 6/10/94]
At the same time, many Albanians in the diaspora have made voluntary contributions to the KLA and are offended at suggestions of drug money funding of that organization:
„Nick Ndrejaj, who retired from the real estate business, lives on a pension in Daytona Beach, Fla. But the retiree has managed to scrape up some money to send to the Kosovo Liberation Army, the rebel force that is opposing Yugoslav strongman Slobodan Milosevic. ‚It’s hard, but we have had to do this all our lives,‘ says the elderly man. Mr. Ndrejaj is one of many Albanians in America who are sending all they can spare to aid their beleaguered compatriots in central Europe. The disaster in Kosovo is uniting the minority into a major fund-raising and congressional lobbying effort. [ . . . ]
„Typical of the donors is Agim Jusufi, a building superintendent on Manhattan’s West Side. Mr. Jusufi gets a weekly paycheck. He describes himself as an ordinary ‚working man.‘ However, he has donated $5,000 to the KLA. ‚It is always stressed that we should donate when we can,‘ he says, ‚We are in a grave moment, so we are raising money.‘ Jusufi bridles over reports that drug money funds the KLA. There has been an Albanian organized-crime element involved in the drug trade for decades. But, he says, in this country, the money comes from hard-working immigrants. ‚We have canceled checks to prove it,‘ he says. “ [„Pulling Political and Purse Strings,“ Christian Science Monitor, 3/31/99]
Without access to the KLA’s ledgers, it is hard to estimate what part of the group’s funds might come from legitimate sources and what part from drugs. One unnamed intelligence source puts the percentage of drug money in the KLA’s coffers at one-half [„Drugs Money Linked to the Kosovo Rebels,“ The Times (London), 3/24/99]. The following is a sample of the reports linking the KLA to funding by narcotics-smuggling crime organizations:
„The Kosovo Liberation Army, which has won the support of the West for its guerrilla struggle against the heavy armour of the Serbs, is a Marxist-led force funded by dubious sources, including drug money. That is the judgment of senior police officers across Europe. An investigation by The Times has established that police forces in three Western European countries, together with Europol, the European police authority, are separately investigating growing evidence that drug money is funding the KLA’s leap from obscurity to power. The financing of the Kosovo guerrilla war poses critical questions and it sorely tests claims to an ‚ethical‘ foreign policy. Should the West back a guerrilla army that appears to be partly financed by organised crime? Could the KLA’s need for funds be fuelling the heroin trade across Europe? . . . As well as diverting charitable donations from exiled Kosovans, some of the KLA money is thought to come from drug dealing. Sweden is investigating suspicions of a KLA drug connection. ‚We have intelligence leading us to believe that there could be a connection between drug money and the Kosovo Liberation Army,‘ said Walter Kege, head of the drug enforcement unit in the Swedish police intelligence service. Supporting intelligence has come from other states. ‚We have yet to find direct evidence, but our experience tells us that the channels for trading hard drugs are also used for weapons,‘ said one Swiss police commander. . . . One Western intelligence report quoted by Berliner Zeitung says that DM900 million has reached Kosovo since the guerrillas began operations and half the sum is said to be illegal drug money. In particular, European countries are investigating the Albanian connection: whether Kosovan Albanians living primarily in Germany and Switzerland are creaming off the profits from inner-city heroin dealing and sending the cash to the KLA. Albania — which plays a key role in channelling money to the Kosovans — is at the hub of Europe’s drug trade. An intelligence report which was prepared by Germany’s Federal Criminal Agency concluded: ‚Ethnic Albanians are now the most prominent group in the distribution of heroin in Western consumer countries.‘ Europol, which is based in The Hague, is preparing a report for European interior and justice ministers on a connection between the KLA and Albanian drug gangs. Police in the Czech Republic recently tracked down a Kosovo Albanian drug dealer named Doboshi who had escaped from a Norwegian prison where he was serving 12 years for heroin trading. A raid on Doboshi’s apartment turned up documents linking him with arms purchases for the KLA.“ [„Drugs Money Linked to the Kosovo Rebels,“ The Times (London), 3/24/99]
„Western intelligence agencies believe the UCK [KLA] has been re-arming with the aid of money from drug-smuggling through Albania, along with donations from the Albanian diaspora in Western Europe and North America. . . . Albania has become the crime capital of Europe. The most powerful groups in the country are organized criminals who use Albania to grow, process, and store a large percentage of the illegal drugs destined for Western Europe. . . . Albania’s criminal gangs are actively supporting the war in Kosovo. Many of them have family links to Albanian groups in Kosovo and support them with arms and other supplies, either out of family solidarity or solely for profit. These links mean the UCK fighters have a secure base area and reasonably good lines of communiction to the outside world. Serb troops have tried to seal the border but with little success.“ [„Life in the Balkan ‚Tinderbox‘ Remains as Dangerous as Ever,“ Jane’s Intelligence Review, 3/1/99]
„Serbian officials say Mujahideen have formed groups that remained behind in Bosnia. Groups from Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and Chechnya are also involved in Albanian guerrilla operations. A document found on the body of Alija Rabic, an Albanian UCK member killed in a border crossing incident last July, indicated he was guiding a 50-man group from Albania into Kosovo. The group included one Yemeni and 16 Saudis, six of whom bore passports with Macedonian Albanian names. Other UCK rebels killed crossing the Albanian frontier have carried Bosnian Muslim Federation papers.“ [Jane’s International Defense Review, „Unhealthy Climate in Kosovo as Guerrillas Gear Up for a Summer Confrontation,“ 2/1/99]
„Mujahidin fighters have joined the Kosovo Liberation Army, dimming prospects of a peaceful solution to the conflict and fuelling fears of heightened violence next spring.. . . . Their arrival in Kosovo may force Washington to review its policy in the Serbian province and will deepen Western dismay with the KLA and its tactics. . . . ‚Captain Dula‘, the local KLA commander, was clearly embarrassed at the unexpected presence of foreign journalists and said that he had little idea who was sending the Mujahidin or where they came from; only that it was neither Kosovo nor Albania. ‚I’ve got no information about them,‘ Captain Dula said. ‚We don’t talk about it.‘ . . . American diplomats in the region, especially Robert Gelbard, the special envoy, have often expressed fears of an Islamic hardline infiltration into the Kosovo independence movement. . . . American intelligence has raised the possibility of a link between Osama bin Laden, the Saudi expatriate blamed for the bombing in August of US embassies in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam, and the KLA. Several of Bin Laden’s supporters were arrested in Tirana, the Albanian capital, and deported this summer, and the chaotic conditions in the country have allowed Muslim extremists to settle there, often under the guise of humanitarian workers. . . . ‚I interviewed one guy from Saudi Arabia who said that it was his eighth jihad,‘ a Dutch journalist said.“ [„U.S. Alarmed as Mujahidin Join Kosovo Rebels,“ The Times (London), 11/26/98]
„Diplomats in the region say Bosnia was the first bastion of Islamic power. The autonomous Yugoslav region of Kosovo promises to be the second. During the current rebellion against the Yugoslav army, the ethnic Albanians in the province, most of whom are Moslem, have been provided with financial and military support from Islamic countries. They are being bolstered by hundreds of Iranian fighters, or Mujahadeen, who infiltrate from nearby Albania and call themselves the Kosovo Liberation Army. US defense officials say the support includes that of Osama Bin Laden, the Saudi terrorist accused of masterminding the bombings of the US embassies in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam. A Defense Department statement on August 20 said Bin Laden’s Al Qa’ida organization supports Moslem fighters in both Bosnia and Kosovo. . . . The KLA strength was not the southern Kosovo region, which over the centuries turned from a majority of Serbs to ethnic Albanians. The KLA, however, was strong in neighboring Albania, which today has virtually no central government. The crisis in Albania led Iran to quickly move in to fill the vacuum. Iranian Revolutionary Guards began to train KLA members. . . . Selected groups of Albanians were sent to Iran to study that country’s version of militant Islam. So far, Yugoslav officials and Western diplomats agree that millions of dollars have been funnelled through Bosnia and Albania to buy arms for the KLA. The money is raised from both Islamic governments and from Islamic communities in Western Europe, particularly Germany. . . . ‚Iran has been active in helping out the Kosovo rebels,‘ Ephraim Kam, deputy director of Tel Aviv University’s Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies, said. ‚Iran sees Kosovo and Albania as containing Moslem communities that require help and Teheran is willing to do it.‘ But much of the training of the KLA remains based in Bosnia. Intelligence sources say mercenaries and volunteers for the separatist movement have been recruited and paid handsome salaries. . . . The trainers and fighters in the KLA include many of the Iranians who fought in Bosnia in the early 1990s. Intelligence sources place their number at 7,000, many of whom have married Bosnian women. There are also Afghans, Algerians, Chechens, and Egyptians.“ [„Kosovo Seen as New Islamic Bastion,“ Jerusalem Post, 9/14/98]
„. . . By late 1997, the Tehran-sponsored training and preparations of the Liberation Army of Kosovo (UCK — Ushtria Clirimtare e Kosoves — in Albanian, OVK in Serbian), as well as the transfer of weapons and experts via Albania, were being increased. ……………. [„Italy Becomes Iran’s New Base for Terrorist Operations,“ by Yossef Bodansky, Defense and Foreign Affairs Strategic Policy (London), February 1998. Bodansky is Director of the House Congressional Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare. This report was written in late 1997, before the KLA’s offensive in early 1998.]
03. Dezember 2006
WEISSE QAIDA IN BOSNIEN
“Mit Motorsägen zerstückeln”
“Kein General durfte uns Befehle erteilen”, berichtet der ehemalige Qaida-Aktivist Ali Hamad über seine Zeit als Kommandeur einer Mudschahidin-Einheit im Bosnien-Krieg. Im Interview mit SPIEGEL ONLINE warnt der frühere Terrorist vor einem “Schläfer”-Netzwerk auf dem Balkan.
SPIEGEL ONLINE: Sie haben im Bosnien-Krieg als Kommandant einer Qaida-Einheit gekämpft, im Auftrag Bin Ladens. Heute bezeichnen Sie sich als dessen erbittertster Feind. Weshalb haben Sie dem Terrorismus abgeschworen?
Ali Hamad: “Hauptsache, Hunderte Feinde mit in den Tod gerissen”
Renate Flottau / DER SPIEGEL
Ali Hamad: “Hauptsache, Hunderte Feinde mit in den Tod gerissen”
Hamad: Ich wurde mit 17 Jahren von Qaida-Offizieren in Bahrein angeworben. Meine Familie hatte mich verstoßen, und mir war jede Hilfe willkommen, die Unterkunft und Brot versprach. Nach 13-monatiger Ausbildung Anfang der neunziger Jahre in einer Militärschule von al-Qaida in Afghanistan wurde ich Soldat einer Kampfeinheit Bin Ladens. Er überzeugte mich, dass wir einen Heiligen Kampf für den Islam führen, der von den Juden und vom Christentum angegriffen werde.
SPIEGEL ONLINE: Selbstmordattentate inklusive?
Hamad: Die Vorträge in Afghanistan hatten auf mich wie eine Gehirnwäsche gewirkt. Ich hätte mich durchaus kaltblütig und mit Sprengstoff verkabelt an einem belebten Platz in irgendeiner Stadt der Welt in die Luft gesprengt. Hauptsache, ich hätte damit Hunderte unserer Feinde mit in den Tod gerissen.
SPIEGEL ONLINE: Sie hätten keinerlei Skrupel gehabt, das eigene Leben zu opfern?
Hamad: Wer sieht, dass andere Mitkämpfer ohne Zögern in den Tod rennen, der wird ihnen blind folgen. Unsere Lehrer überzeugten uns, dass der Tod schmerzlos ist – man spüre ihn allenfalls wie den Stich einer Nadel. Wer einen Juden oder Christen töte, sagten sie, würde nur seinen sichtbaren Körper mit einem unsichtbaren tauschen.
SPIEGEL ONLINE: In den acht Jahren Gefängnis, die Sie bereits im bosnischen Zenica sitzen, schrieben Sie ein Buch über al-Qaida. Darin geht es vor allem um deren Mission im Bosnienkrieg……………………………
SPIEGEL ONLINE: Bosnien will Mitglied der EU werden. Muss al-Qaida da nicht eher fürchten, dass man verdächtige Mudschahidin der CIA aushändigt?
Hamad: In der jetzigen bosnischen Führung befinden sich Leute, die unsere Ankunft seinerzeit sehr begrüßten. Außerdem kämpften in unserer Einheit auch 400 einheimische, bosnische Mudschahidin, die die Terrormethoden der al-Qaida teilten. Heute zählen etwa 800 Bosnier zur sogenannten “Weißen Qaida” – Terroristen mit weißem Teint. Ihre Anwerbung wird durch die Wirtschaftskrise erleichtert. Sie sollen später helfen, das Qaida-Netzwerk in Europa auszuweiten.
Das Interview führte Renate Flottau
Der damalige Britische Militär Attache John Crossland, machte hierzu klare Aussagen vor dem ITCY
MILUTINOVIC-PROZESS IN DEN HAAGZeuge John Crossland, einst britischer Militärattaché in Belgrad, erklärt die UÇK zur terroristischen Vereinigung und vergleicht sie mit der IRADie so genannte Kosovo-Befreiungsarmee, besser bekannt als UÇK, sei ein Instrument der USA gewesen, um den Präsidenten Slobodan Milosevic zu stürzen. US-Präsident Bill Clinton, seine Außenministerin Albright und Richard Holbrooke, US-Chefunterhändler für das Kosovo, hätten 1998 nun einmal beschlossen, in Belgrad einen Regimewechsel zu erzwingen, und deshalb jede Zurückhaltung gegenüber einer terroristischen Organisation fallen gelassen. Man habe die UÇK kräftig unterstützt, obgleich man über ihren Charakter und ihre Führer bestens informiert gewesen sei. Auch die westlichen Medien seien mit von der Partie gewesen, indem sie die UÇK als Befreiungsarmee gefeiert hätten. aus http://balkanblog.org
KfW Betrüger in Albanien
Wenn Idioten Aussenminister werden: Heiko Maas und Joschka Fischer