Freitag, 10. Dezember 2010

Wie die US Polizei: Kosovo Polizei schlägt Zivilisten im Gefängnis zusammen

Man kommt aus dem Staunen nicht heraus, welche vermurksten Pyschopaten heute in der Albaner Politik, ihr Unwesen treiben
Wir wollen doch daran erinnern, das von hoch kriminellen Deutschen, das Theater mit dem Mafia Staat Kosovo inzeniert wurde, und allen voran, der mehr wie dumme Paranoide FES Gewerkschaftler Christoph Zöbel, der einen Doktor Titel führen darf, weil er möglichst viel dummes Zeug, als Aussen Politik darstellte. Aktuell gab er ein Interview in Albanien, und versprach die EU Mitgliedschaft, wenn man sich in Albanien Politisch einigen könnte. Das war ein Rückblick, weil er als Mitglied im kriminellen Kader des Taxi Fahrers Joschka Fischer, vor 10 Jahren und als Staats Sekretär, bereits die Mitgliedschaft in 10 Jahren versprochen hat. Vor Jahren teilten, diese Berufs Verbrecher, wie auch Gernot Erler und Zöbel mit, das man Hashim Thaci nach Berlin einlade, um Projekte zu besprechen. Da war der Kosovo als Drogen Verteil Stelle gemeint und die SPD und FES Schratzen, von Müll Halden Gestalten, waren da gerne behilflich und von krimineller Energie getrieben, denn man konnte Geschäfte machen, wie ja auch der China Botschafter  Michael Schäfer weiss.

Auf jeden Fall, ist bei dieser Art von Geschäften, dann die Zierde eines Rechts Staates daraus geworden, wo man seine VW Polizei Autos, Heckler & Koch Gewehre etc.. gut verkaufen kann.
Die EU gibt der Albaner Mafia dort nicht einmal Kathastrophen Hilfe im Moment, weil halb Albanien durch die Politik Mafia, im Moment überschwemmt ist: Der aktuelle Standpunkt der EU und USA ist: Man wird weiter verhandeln mit den Albanern, sobald Albanien stabile Staatliche Adminstrtion hat. Wobei das Wort, auf stabil liegt, weil die Albaner gerne Kaspar Theater, als Politik verkaufen, im Wechsel von Mond und Ebbe und Flut.

10 Dec 2010 / 10:53

Kosovo Police Shamed by Police Assault Video

Youtube clip of man being punched in the face in face highlights problem of Kosovo's rogue cops. 
Petrit Collaku
Pristina Kosovo police say they shamed by recently released video footage showing a middle-aged man being punched in the face by a police officer in the western city of Peja.
The footage, dated July 6, 2010, recently uploaded onto Youtube, shows Bekim Muqaj striking the man without warning in the court building in Peja.
After the incident, the policeman allegedly called for police backup, claiming he had been assaulted by the man who was, in fact, his victim.
"When we saw the tape the next day, we were shocked,” Xhevat Ibraj, Peja police spokesperson, told Balkan Insight. Ibraj said Muqaj had already been sacked after the police inspectorate ruled that he had committed a grave violation, leaving his unnamed victim injured.
The man had come to the court building to visit a relative and was there on business. The reason for the attack is unknown. The video footage does not include a sound recording of the scene.
"I don’t know what the reasons [for the assault] were. Check with the court because the case was sent there,” Ibraj said.

A police source said Muqaj had gained a reputation for abusing his police uniform. "He clearly thought he would escape this time too, thinking no one was there and no one would witness it," the source told Balkan Insight. "He apparently filed a suit against the person who uploaded the clip onto Youtube."
The Council for the Defence of Human Rights and Freedom in Pristina described the case as "scandalous". The head of the council, Behgjet Shala, noted that during 2010 some 11 other cases were reported to them concerning undue use of force by police.
Shala said that not one case had ended with the punishment of the alleged offender by the police inspectorate. “This is worrying because there are policemen known for their wrongdoings, and they are just getting more immunity,” Shala told Balkan Insight.

Friday, December 10, 2010

Kosovo: The US View

Wikileaks has begun publishing cables from the US embassy in Pristina. They will take some time to digest, but a quick reading turns up little surprising.

The cables talk of the north as the gravest security threat to Kosovo. They speak of years of “rot” there and the need to dismantle the “parallel” structures and replace them with “legal” Kosovo ones. At the beginning of 2010, the US put great hopes in the ICO's “northern strategy” as it would bring local government, police, courts and customs under Pristina. The embassy worried that the Europeans were not enthusiastic enough about the need to bring the north to heel and wondered about EULEX's ability and commitment to do the job. Shortly after the UDI, the embassy warned that continue Serb resistance could lead to greater violence and even endanger the lives of peacekeepers. To assist in the imposition of the northern strategy, the embassy suggested using KFOR – under the UNSCR 1244 umbrella – to provide the context for international efforts to bring the northern Serbs to accept the rule of Pristina.

The embassy frequently complained of the unhelpful approach by the Tadić government and warned that continued lack of progress on the north could lead to difficulties with the Kosovo Albanians. The US apparently believes that Serbia's ultimate aim is the partition of Kosovo, which would unleash further ethnic violence. (The embassy does not say explicitly who would undertake this violence.) The embassy counseled leaving the UN aside except insofar as the imposition of Kosovo rule of law could be explained as being mandated by 1244. (The US seemed to take seriously its own argument that the local Serb structures were illegal under 1244 and therefore EULEX could act to remove them under the status neutral umbrella of the UN.) The embassy saw southern Kosovo Serbs' reluctant acquiescence to participation in Kosovo institutions as a sign of progress in the multi-ethnic Kosovo rather than the last hope of an isolated and desperate minority after being worked over by the local bullies.

None of this is new. Anybody watching and listening to the Americans in Kosovo would have seen and heard all this before. But it suggests that at the heart of US policy-making on Kosovo is its own kind of “rot.” It is either willful blindness or a kind of dumbness to see in the northern Serb resistance to rule from Pristina a form of “rebellion” encouraged by radicals and Belgrade. One wonders what they think now after a year in which the northern strategy became nothing more than a blueprint for the ICO to incite provocations in the north.

Speaking of ICO provocations. One can never condone violence, and the fatal shooting in Leposavić is reprehensible and unwise. But the ICO's eagerness to push Kosovo elections into the north – and apparently to employ anyone they could find to do so – is an example of how not to do peacekeeping. But of course, the US and ICO appear not so much interested in keeping the peace but more on forcing change on the ground that will fulfill “ten years of US policy.” I wish my country was not always so arrogant.

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