Enthüllt – Geheimes Gipfeltreffen mit Putins fünfter Kolonne für Deutschland, Österreich & Schweiz

«Denkt auch an die Jugend»: Marion Maréchal-Le Pen, hier Ende Mai in der französischen Nationalversammlung. Foto: Keystone

«Denkt auch an die Jugend»: Marion Maréchal-Le Pen, hier Ende Mai in der französischen Nationalversammlung. Foto: Keystone

Gastgeber der Tagung waren der russische Oligarch Konstantin Malofeew und seine Stiftung Sankt Basilius der Grosse. Malofeew moderierte auch die Veranstaltung. Weitere Gäste aus Russland waren der Chefideologe der Eurasischen Bewegung, Alexander Dugin, sowie der bekannte nationalistische Maler Ilja Glasunow. Aus Frankreich kamen die Abgeordneten des Front National, Marion Maréchal-Le Pen (Enkelin des Parteigründers und Nichte von Marine Le Pen) sowie der Historiker Aymeric Chauprade. Aus Spanien reiste Prinz Sixtus Henri von Bourbon-Parma an, Anführer der katholisch-monarchistischen Carlisten-Bewegung, aus der Schweiz Serge de Pahlen, Direktor eines Genfer Finanzunternehmens und Ehemann der Fiat-Erbin Margherita Agnelli de Pahlen. Aus Österreich nahmen der Vorsitzende der rechtspopulistischen FPÖ, Heinz-Christian Strache, sein Stellvertreter Johann Gudenus und der Wiener FPÖ-Politiker Johann Herzog teil, aus Bulgarien der Vorsitzende und Gründer der rechtsextremen Partei Ataka, Wolen Siderow. Weiter anwesend waren Rechtsextremisten aus Kroatien, Adelige aus Georgien und Russland sowie ein katholischer Priester.

Presse und Öffentlichkeit wurden von dem Treffen nicht informiert, die Teilnehmer zu absoluter Geheimhaltung verpflichtet. Ein privater Wachdienst kontrollierte die Eingänge des barocken Palais. Selbst die Teilnehmer durften nicht fotografieren. Als FPÖ-Chef ­Strache am Konferenztisch ein Handyfoto schoss, wurde er von Tagungsleiter ­Malofeew sofort abgemahnt.

Stargast der Versammlung war Alexander Dugin, 56-jähriger Publizist aus Moskau, Mitbegründer der Nationalbolschewistischen Partei und Chefideologe der Eurasischen Bewegung. Dugin propagiert ein europäisch-asiatisches Bündnis unter Führung Russlands. Seine Ideen waren bei der Rede des russischen Präsidenten Putin nach der Annexion der Krim ebenso bemerkbar wie bei der Gründung der Eurasischen Union von Russland, Weissrussland und Kasachstan Ende Mai. In einer TV-Ansprache im April schlug Dugin vor, Europa auf friedlichem Weg zu einem russischen Protektorat zu machen und es damit vor Homoehen, Pussy Riot und vor sich selbst zu schützen: «Wir müssen Europa erobern und anschliessen.» Fest stehe, so Dugin weiter, «dass uns eine prorussische fünfte Kolonne in Europa unterstützt. Das sind europäische Intellektuelle, die ihre Identität stärken wollen.»

Lob für den Statthalter Putins

Ob Dugin damals schon auf Teilnehmer des Wiener Treffen anspielte? Etwa den italienischen Historiker Roberto de Mattei, der Erdbeben und Tsunami in Japan zur Strafe Gottes und den Untergang des Römischen Reichs mit dessen Toleranz der Homosexualität erklärte? Oder den Bulgaren Siderow, dessen Partei sich als Bollwerk gegen den Vormarsch von Türken und Juden in Europa versteht? Die Führung der Freiheitlichen Partei Österreich konnte sich wohl kaum angesprochen gefühlt haben. Dennoch hat auch sie beste Kontakte nach Russland. Tagungsteilnehmer Johann Gudenus wurde 2012 von Putins Statthalter Ramsan Kadyrow in Grosny empfangen und meinte danach, dass niemand von Kadyrow verfolgt werde. Im März 2014 reiste Gudenus als Beobachter zum international nicht anerkannten Referendum auf die Krim. Auch dort sah er «keinen Druck oder Zwang». Fragen zum Treffen in Wien wollte Gudenus dem TA nicht beantworten: Das sei eine private Veranstaltung gewesen.

Der 39-jährige Gastgeber Konstantin Malofeew machte sein Vermögen mit dem Investmentfonds Marshall Capital. Er gründete auch einen Wohltätigkeitsfonds zur Unterstützung von Spitälern, Schulen und orthodoxer Kirche. Wichtig ist ihm dabei stets die Vermittlung traditionell russisch-christlicher Werte. In einem Porträt der «Financial Times» wird er als «moderner Rasputin» bezeichnet, der über einen befreundeten Mönch direkten Zugang zu Präsident Putin habe. Russische Medien verdächtigen Malofeew, dass er die prorussischen Separatisten in der Ostukraine finanziere. Die Anfrage des TA wurde von seinem Büro nicht beantwortet. In einem Interview mit der russischen Ausgabe von «Forbes» bestätigte Malofeew, dass der selbst ernannte Premier der «Volksrepublik Donezk», Alexander Borodai, sein ehemaliger Mitarbeiter sei: Er wünsche ihm für seine weitere Arbeit «viel Glück», denn was jetzt in der Ukraine passiere, «muss jeden Russen beunruhigen».

Weniger beunruhigt war Tagungsteilnehmer Ilja Glasunow. Bei der Nachricht von der russischen Annexion der Krim traten ihm vor Freude «Tränen in die Augen». In einem Interview mit dem russischen Staatsfernsehen zeigte der Maler vor einigen Wochen seine Monumentalwerke russischer Helden und Heiliger und verkündete, dass niemand das neue Russland in die Knie zwingen könne. Putins eiserner Wille sei ein Wunder: «Ich spüre tiefes Entzücken über seinen unerschütterlichen Glauben und seine Taten für die Einheit des russischen Volkes.»

Treffen in Moskau geplant

Auch andere Gäste im Festsaal des Stadtpalais Liechtenstein lobten Putin. Ein Redner sah in Russlands Präsidenten den «Erlöser» und die Reinkarnation Alexander des Ersten. Der Zar hatte die «Heilige Allianz» gegen Napoleon geschmiedet, auf dem Wiener Kongress allerdings auch gedrängt, das besiegte Frankreich wieder in die Gemeinschaft aufzunehmen. So war es für die Tagungsteilnehmer im Jahr 2014 auch kein Problem, Vertreter des Front National in ihrer Mitte zu begrüssen. Der 45-jährige Aymeric Chauprade, frisch gewählter EU-Abgeordneter und Historiker, ist ein Intellektueller nach dem Geschmack Dugins. Chauprade vertritt die Idee eines Europa der Nationen mit besonders starker Bindung zu Russland. Die 24-jährige Marion Maréchal-Le Pen hingegen mahnte die vielen älteren Herren in der Runde, die Jugend nicht zu vergessen. Auch ein «Marsch des Lebens» durch Europa wurde vorgeschlagen. Damit könnte – so die Idee – der Vatikan zur Unterstützung motiviert werden.

Die Tagung der Nationalisten endete mit klassischem Konzert und Galaempfang (Smokingpflicht für die Herren). Das nächste Treffen soll im Januar stattfinden, vermutlich in Moskau. Der Organisator schlug die Krim vor, doch das lehnten andere Teilnehmer ab. Im ­Winter sei die umstrittene Halbinsel zu feucht und ungemütlich.

Revealed – FBI Law Enforcement National Data Exchange Contains 223 Million Records

Public Intelligence

The Law Enforcement National Data Exchange (N-DEx) run by the FBI Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division now contains approximately 223 million records on nearly two billion entities.  An FBI CJIS presentation from February 2014 posted on the website of the Integrated Justice Information Systems Institute includes detailed information on state and local data contributors including a tally of the total number of records contributed by state.

The FBI describes N-DEx as “a mechanism for sharing, searching, linking, and analyzing information across jurisdictional boundaries” including “incident and case reports, booking and incarceration data, and parole/probation information.”  Sypherlink, contractor involved in implementing N-DEx data sharing around the country, describes the system as being able to detect “relationships between people, vehicle/property, location, and/or crime characteristics.”  Slides from the February 2014 N-DEx presentation indicate that at least 34 states are contributing data to the system with Texas, Arkansas, California, Virginia and Tennessee each providing at least ten million records.  Texas has contributed more than any other state, adding more than 68 million records to the system, nearly three times its nearest competitor.  Federal agencies have added another 23 million records to the system.  According to an updated listing of N-DEx data contributors listed in the presentation, federal and state contributions amount to more than 191 million records in total.  However, other slides in the presentation brag that their are “approximately 223 million records” on “nearly 2 billion entities” stored in N-DEx.  It is unclear where the more than 30 million records not contributed by states and federal agencies listed in the presentation are obtained from.

A privacy impact assessment issued by the FBI in January 2007 stated that “during initial deployment” it was “estimated that the number of records in the N-DEx may be approximately 30-35 million records.”  In an article for Police Chief Magazine, a N-DEx “outreach liaison” stated that the system had “more than 145 million records” in November 2012 and “one billion searchable entities.”  N-DEx program manager Michael Haas stated in a October 2013 interview with Computer World that he hoped future developments will make the system a “gateway for access to other CJIS databases, including the division’s Next Generation Identification system, an updated version of its Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System database that contains wanted lists and arrest warrants, criminal histories, fingerprints, palm prints, facial images and other biometric data used for identification purposes.”  The FBI Next Generation Identification system, which has been in development for several years, promises to offer law enforcement around the country the ability to use facial recognition software and other tools to automatically search through vast troves of biometric data to identify suspects and conduct investigations.  Haas also said that the growth of the system has been expanding because CJIS has encouraged “states to submit records from prosecutions, court records, corrections, probation and other related areas” so that in addition to the “incident information” already added to the system, N-DEx will begin to obtain more data over time on “pretrial investigations, warrants, supervised release details, citations, field interviews and incarceration information.”

N-DEx Data Contributors Listed By State

Alabama 1,420,223 Maine 12,497 Pennsylvania 513,349
Alaska Maryland 226,110 Rhode Island
Arizona 126,165 Massachusetts South Carolina
Arkansas 24,153,042 Michigan 2,393,851 South Dakota 133,794
California 20,393,280 Minnesota 18 Tennessee 10,971,501
Colorado 184,338 Mississippi  44,830 Texas 68,793,268
Connecticut Missouri 141,658 Utah 16,654
D.C. 962,356 Montana Vermont
Delaware 1,085,708 Nebraska 173,877 Virginia 10,342,356
Florida Nevada  276 Washington 8,520,754
Georgia 1,020,907 New Hampshire West Virginia 34,578
Hawaii New Jersey Wisconsin 154,401
Idaho 578,174 New Mexico 35,076 Wyoming
Illinois 4,515,553 New York 1,189,118
Indiana 108,715 North Carolina State 168,569,227
Iowa North Dakota Federal 23,005,381
Kansas 2,108,188 Ohio 5,564,883
Kentucky 1,637,232 Oklahoma
Louisiana Oregon 1,012,497 Total 191,574,608

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Unveiled – Putin’s Pro-Russian Rebels Hand Over MAS MH-17 ‘Black Boxes’

Geetha Guru-Murthy presents this edition of BBC World News, recorded at 1500 hrs SGT on 22 Jul 2014. Pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine have handed over two flight-data recorders from the downed MH17 plane to Malaysian experts. The handover came hours after the UN Security Council voted unanimously to demand immediate international access to the crash site. EU foreign ministers will consider more sanctions against Russia on Tuesday.

The following news report is reproduced from the BBC News online website @ http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-…

The Malaysian Airlines passenger jet crashed last Thursday, killing all 298 people on board.

Western nations say there is growing evidence that flight MH17 was hit by a Russian-supplied missile fired by rebels, but Russia has suggested Ukrainian government forces are to blame.

EU foreign ministers, meeting in Brussels, are thought likely to discuss expanding the list of Russian officials targeted by sanctions, but have so far steered clear of targeting whole sectors of the Russian economy.

Both the EU and the US imposed sanctions on Moscow following its annexation of Crimea and the outbreak of hostilities in eastern Ukraine.

‘In good condition’

Experts say the “black boxes” will reveal the exact time of the incident and the altitude and precise position of the aircraft.

They should also contain the cockpit voice recorder, which it is hoped will provide clues as to what the cause of the crash was.

The head of the Malaysian delegation at the handover in Donetsk told reporters that the recorders were “in good condition”.

The handover followed talks between the rebel commander and self-styled Prime Minister of the Donetsk People’s Republic Alexander Borodai and the Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, Mr Najib said in statement.

He also said those talks led to the rebels agreeing to allow the bodies to be transported to Kharkiv and international investigators to access the area.

“In recent days, there were times I wanted to give greater voice to the anger and grief that the Malaysian people feel and that I feel,” he said.

“But sometimes, we must work quietly in the service of a better outcome.”

Pro-Russian rebels allowed a freight train carrying the bodies of 282 passengers to be moved from a town near the crash site to Donetsk on Monday.

The Malaysian experts and a Dutch delegation are travelling with the train to the city of Kharkiv, where it is expected to arrive later on Tuesday.

From there, the bodies will be prepared for transfer by air to the Netherlands where forensic experts will evaluate and identify them.

Meanwhile a UN resolution, proposed by Australia, was passed calling for a “full, thorough and independent international investigation” into the downing of the plane over Grabove on 17 July.

It also demanded that those responsible “be held to account and that all states co-operate fully with efforts to establish accountability”.

There has been international outcry over the way rebels have handled the situation, leaving passengers’ remains exposed to summer heat and allowing untrained volunteers to comb through the area.

All 15 council members, including Russia, voted in favour.

Sanctions threat

On Monday, three Dutch experts became the first international investigators to examine the bodies of the victims. They said the storage of the bodies had been “of good quality”.

The train’s departure came after international pressure on the separatists, who had been accused of limiting access to the crash site.

US President Barack Obama called on Russian President Vladimir Putin to stop the rebels from hampering the investigation at the crash site.

He also warned Mr Putin that he could face additional economic costs if he fails to take steps to resolve the crisis in Ukraine.

British Prime Minister David Cameron said there was strong evidence that pro-Russian separatists shot down the plane with an anti-aircraft system known as Buk.

Russia on Monday again denied allegations that it had supplied such missiles or “any other weapons” to the rebels.

The defence ministry said a Ukrainian military plane had flown within firing range of the airliner just before it came down, but Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has rejected the claim.

The fighting in eastern Ukraine erupted in April and is believed to have claimed more than 1,000 lives.

Battles continued on Monday, with heavy clashes around the main rebel-held city of Donetsk, with reports of at least three civilians being killed.

 

The Secret List of Off-Shore-Companies, Persons and Adresses, Part 174, VIETNAM,

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Der PUTIN/KGB/STASI/GoMoPa/Mucha/Porten-Witz des Tages: Täter, Terror & Trophäen

Bitterböse Karikatur in der Londoner „Times“: Putin mit seiner neuesten Trophäe, dem Cockpit der abgeschossenen Maschine

 

 

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Exposed – UNODC World Drug Report 2014

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The World Drug Report provides an annual overview of the major developments in drug markets for the various drug categories, ranging from production to trafficking, including development of new routes and modalities, as well as consumption. Chapter 1 of the World Drug Report 2014 provides a global overview of the latest developments with respect to opiates, cocaine, cannabis and amphetamines (including “ecstasy”) and the health impact of drug use. Chapter 2 zeroes in on the control of precursor chemicals used in the manufacture of illicit drugs.

On the basis of comprehensive information on supply, as well as the relatively limited new information on demand, it can be concluded that overall the global situation with regard to the prevalence of illicit drug use and problem drug use1 is generally stable, with the total global number of drug users increasingly commensurate with the growth of the world population.

That said, each region exhibits its own peculiarities with respect to specific drugs. Polydrug use, which is generally understood as the use of two or more substances at the same time or sequentially, remains a major concern, both from a public health and a drug control perspective.

D. OPIATES: OVERVIEW

Cultivation and production

The global area under illicit opium poppy cultivation in 2013 was 296,720 hectares (ha), the highest level since 1998 when estimates became available. An increase in cultivation was seen in both Afghanistan and Myanmar. The main increase was observed in Afghanistan, where the area of opium poppy cultivation increased 36 per cent, from 154,000 ha in 2012 to 209,000 ha in 2013. The main area of cultivation in Afghanistan was in nine provinces in the southern and western part of the country, while the major increase was observed in Helmand and Kandahar. In Myanmar, the increase in the area of cultivation was not as pronounced as in Afghanistan.

In South-East Asia, the total area under cultivation in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic in 2013 was estimated as 3,900 ha (range: 1,900-5,800 ha). However, the 2013 estimates are not comparable with the estimates of 2012 due to the varying methodology in the use of high-resolution satellite images and time of conducting the helicopter survey. Myanmar continued the trend of increasing cultivation that began after 2006.89 (See tables in annex I for details on opium poppy cultivation and production in the different countries and regions).

The potential production of opium in 2013 is estimated at 6,883 tons, which is a return to the levels observed in 2011 and 2008. The opium production in Afghanistan accounts for 80 per cent of the global opium production (5,500 tons). The potential production of heroin (of unknown purity) has also increased to 560 tons, comparable to 2008 estimates of 600 tons (see figure 16).

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Recent trends

Although global supply and demand may be evening out globally in the long term, the illicit market for opiates is far from static, especially when shorter-term trends are taken into account. There is growing evidence of significant changes in the flows of heroin out of Afghanistan, of heroin from Afghanistan becoming more available in consumer markets other than the long-established European destinations, and of the interplay between the illicit and licit markets for opioids (including opiates).

European markets and their relationship to Afghanistan

It appears that the flow of heroin along the long-established Balkan route, from Afghanistan to Western and Central Europe via Iran (Islamic Republic of ) and Turkey, has declined in recent years. Various factors may have contributed to the decline in seizures along this route, including the success of law enforcement authorities in key transit countries and a decline in demand in the destination market.

Based on UNODC estimates, the number of past-year users of opiates in Western and Central Europe may have declined by almost one third between 2003 and 2012 (from 1.6 million to 1.13 million). This is also observed for example, in the data from Germany, where the number of people arrested for the first time for heroin use fell steadily between 2003 and 2012 — overall, by more than one half. Even so, in 2011 and 2012, there may have been a certain deficiency in the available supply of heroin (which may yet be corrected), as the purity-adjusted price of heroin underwent a distinct transition between 2010 and 2011, and maintained the increased level in 2012. Indeed, the decline in heroin flowing on the Balkan Route appears to have been too sudden to be accompanied by a corresponding drop in demand. The ensuing shortfall may have helped trigger the development of routes serving as alternatives to the Balkan route — whose emergence is suggested by other evidence — to supply Europe, possibly via the Near and Middle East and Africa, as well as directly from Pakistan, suggesting that the so called Southern Route is expanding.

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