Mittwoch, 8. April 2015

Die Montenegro Mafia will sich mit Geld die NATO Mitgliedschaft kaufen bei den Mikheil Saakashvili, John McCain Verbrechern und Lobbyisten

 nun am 16.4.2015 update: man kaufte einen Bericht bei der korrupten NATO, wo Montenegro für seine Reformen gelobt wird, was die reine Erfindung ist.

NATO Chief Praises Montenegro Reform Progress

 Montenegro, wo Nichts weiter ging in den letzten 10 Jahren, keine Justiz funktioniert, nur die Mafiösen Umtriebe des Stanja, Dukanovic Clans und vieler seiner kriminellen Partner. Nun will man mit Geld die Mitgliedschaft kaufen im alten US Modell wie von Podesta, oder Frank Wisner krimineller Betrugs Organisation Patton Boogs
He is a paid lobbyist for the country of Georgia and was 2008 Presidential candidate John McCain's foreign-policy aide.

 On April 17, 2008, McCain spoke on the phone with Georgia President Mikheil Saakashvili about the situation in South Ossetia and Abkhazia, two troubled provinces
07 Apr 15
Montenegro Hires Orion to Push NATO Case
Montenegro has signed up the firm Orion Strategies to lobby decision-makers in the US over its stalled NATO membership bid.
Dusica Tomovic
Montenegro has agreed a contract with the Washingron-based firm Orion Strategies for it to advocate Montenegro's NATO membership bid, according to a US Department of Justice filing.

The firm will provide strategic communications, PR, and advocacy around issues and news relating to Montenegro in the US and Europe and the country's bid for membership of the alliance.

Orion Strategies will received $150,000 for services delivered over the 12-month period ending on February 1, 2016.

The government in Podgorica sees 2015 as crucial year after its bid to join NATO received a setback last September at the summit in Wales.
Alliance members then decided against inviting the country to join, saying they would reconsider Montenegro’s case in 2015.

Documents filed last week by Orion Strategies with the Foreign Agents Registration Unit of the US Justice Department, reported that the fim will provide Montenegro with counseling services, guidelines and support to strategic communications, public relations and backing before US decision-makers.

"Orion Strategies will also advise Montenegro's government in approaching key policy figures in the US executive, with the focus on the State Department and White House," the contract provides.

The firm was founded and led by Randy Scheunemann, who served as a senior foreign policy adviser to Republican politician John McCain in his 2008 US presidential bid.

Macedonia, Latvia, Romania and Taiwan are among the other countries for whom Orion has provided lobbying services in recent years.
NATO remains a controversial issue in Montenegro on account of the alliance's role in kicking Serbian forces out of the former Serbian province of Kosovo in 1999.
The mainly Albanian ex-province declared independence in 2008 and ethnic Serbs - and others - in Montenegro remain resentful of NATO's role in the conflict.

In mid-July 2008, The Sunday Times linked Scheunemann to Stephen Payne, a lobbyist covertly filmed as he discussed a lobbying contract and offered to arrange meetings with Vice President Dick Cheney, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, and others, and recommended donations to the George W. Bush Presidential Library. Payne said Scheunemann had been "working with me on my payroll for five of the last eight years." [12]

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