Destroying Yugoslavia by Rothschild, Mabel & Co

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Izetbegovic, Sacirbey, Al-Qadi and charities

Post by Firestarter » Sat Aug 24, 2019 4:33 pm

Alija Izetbegovic was born in 1925 into a wealthy Muslim family in Bosnia-Herzegovina; his family moved to Sarajevo in 1928.
Izetbegovic with Nedzib Sacirbey promoted Islam by numerous publications in the journal Mujahid. He and Sacirbey were imprisoned in 1946 for 3 years, they remained close.
Nedzib Sacirbey was the father of none other than the “American” Muslim Mohammed Sacirbey, who was later picked by President Alija Izetbegovic as Bosnia’s ambassador to the US. Mohammed Sacirbey later became the boyfriend of none other than Mabel Wisse Smit when they worked at the United Nations.

In 1992, President Izetbegovic appealed to Muslims around the world for help in fighting the evil Serbs. Thousands of Afghan-Arabs in the Middle East were ready and willing to fight for Islam (the destruction of Yugoslavia).
In December 1992, Izetbegovic met Saudi King Fahd, who promised the Bosniak leader Saudi support. Some $70-100 million in food aid, construction crews, trucks and cash from Saudi Arabia were funneled into Bosnia in the early months of the war.
Iran provided the guns. In 1992, it was the only Islamic state caught breaking the UN arms embargo imposed on Yugoslavia.
In December 1992, at the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) meeting, Iran advocated a "Final Declaration" allowing Islamic states to arm the Bosniaks if the UN and "the West" did not take action against the evil Serbs by mid-January 1993.
Izetbegovic met Iranian leaders in Tehran to thank them for their "over-all support".

The 20 supporters of Al Qaeda consisted of the Golden Chain, which included 6 bankers and 12 businessmen with a net worth of roughly $85 billion. The 6 bankers were major principals in Saudi Arabia's 3 largest banks: the National Commercial Bank (NCB), Al Riyadh Bank, and the Al Rajhi Banking and Investment Corporation.

Following the death of Salim bin Mahfouz he was succeeded by his son Khaled bin Mahfouz as CEO and largest shareholder of NCB stock. In 1989, he was also appointed to the governing council of the Saudi oil giant Aramco by King Fahd.
In 1992, when BCCI collapsed, Khaled was forced to resign as CEO of NCB. In November 1993, the charges were settled with the liquidators of BCCI. Khaled bin Mahfouz agreed to pay a $245 million settlement, including a personal fine of $37 million.
In the 1990s, Yassin Abdallah al-Qadi, assistant to Khaled bin Mahfouz, introduced Islamic banking services at NCB and the Al Rajhi Bank with the assistance of the National Management Consultancy Center (NMCC) of which he was Director from 1991 to 2002.

Yassin Abdullah al-Qadi also founded the Islamic Muwafaq Foundation “charity”.
After Al-Qadi had visited the region, he registered the Muwafaq Foundation in Zagreb, Croatia, in November 1992. The following year, he opened an office in Sarajevo.
From 1992 to 1996 the Muwafaq Foundation in the Balkans was managed by Chafiq Ayadi. When Ayadi was kidnapped in 1994 by Serbians, who complained that he only helped Muslims, Yassin al-Qadi paid his ransom.
The Muwafaq Foundation was also active in Breda, the Netherlands. Its board members included Yassin al-Qadi of Saudi Arabia.
In the 1990s, Al-Qadi was also on the board of directors of the Al Haramain wa al-Masjed al-Aqsa “charity”, registered in Saudi Arabia, which was also active in Sarajevo.

In 1998, the FBI accused Al-Qadi of transferring $820,000 to HAMAS through the Chicago-based Quranic Literacy Institute.
After 9/11, in 2002, Albanian authorities seized the 15-story building under construction by the Karavan Construction Company, owned by Yassin al-Qadi. Al-Qadi had been active in Albania since the arrival of the Muwafaq charity and was suspected of laundering some $10 million in support of Al Qaeda.

J. Millard Burr and Robert O. Collins – Alms for Jihad (2006): ... l_djvu.txt
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Customers of the Ptech Inc. that was controlled by Yassin al-Qadi, have included the FBI, Booz Allen Hamilton, IRS, US Air Force, IBM, NATO and the Dutch ABN Amro Bank: ... t.list.asp

For more on Yassin al-Qadi, Ptech, the Muslim Brotherhood, BMI and 9/11:
Firestarter wrote:
Tue Sep 18, 2018 3:46 pm
Yassin al-Qadi - a Saudi multimillionaire, who is also a major investor in the computer company Ptech (with $5 million of Ptech’s start-up money).
Al-Qadi claims to have liquidated his BMI investment in 1996. However, another company operating from the same office as BMI, Kadi International Inc. lists Al-Qadi as its president.
Al-Qadi says in an interview shortly after 9/11:
I have also met with US Vice President and former Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney in Jeddah [Saudi Arabia] when he came for a lecture organized by the Dallah Group. I spoke to him for a long time and we still have cordial relations.
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Soros, Nazis, Popper, Hayek, Kosovo PM’s, Mittal, Handke

Post by Firestarter » Sat Feb 15, 2020 5:26 pm

George Soros has been made in some sort of boogeyman for the far right media controlled by the Mont Pelerin Society.
George Soros the funder of the Clinton Foundation, Jared Kushner and Donald Trump...

Memes like the following have been thoroughly debunked: ... nniversary

Even though it has been debunked that George Soros is an evil Jew, who at only 14 helped the Nazis to confiscate assets of Hungarian Jews, the December 1998 interview on which this is mostly based, has been deleted by Youtube.
Clearly I wouldn’t want anybody to make the wrong assumptions based on quotes taken out of context from an interview more than 20 years ago. I wouldn’t want to be accused of abusing our wonderful right of “freedom of speech”…

See some quotes from the interview; as you can see this doesn’t prove that black Georgy (György Schwartz) actively confiscated Jewish property… he was only helping out his stepfather “in a funny way” and he didn’t feel guilty because if he “wasn’t doing it, somebody else would be taking it away anyhow”.
KROFT: Went out, in fact, and helped in the confiscation of property from the Jews.
Mr. SOROS: Yes. That’s right. Yes.

KROFT: I mean, that’s–that sounds like an experience that would send lots of people to the psychiatric couch for many, many years. Was it difficult?
Mr. SOROS: Not–not at all. Not at all. Maybe as a child you don’t–you don’t see the connection. But it was–it created no–no problem at all.
KROFT: For example that, ‘I’m Jewish and here I am, watching these people go. I could just as easily be there. I should be there.’ None of that?

Mr. SOROS: Well, of course I c–I could be on the other side or I could be the one from whom the thing is being taken away. But there was no sense that I shouldn’t be there, because that was – well, actually, in a funny way, it’s just like in markets – that if I weren’t there – of course, I wasn’t doing it, but somebody else would – would – would be taking it away anyhow. And it was the – whether I was there or not, I was only a spectator, the property was being taken away. So the–I had no role in taking away that property. So I had no sense of guilt.

Here’s the interview (I wouldn’t be surprised if Youtube deletes it… again), starting at 8:00, black Georgy explains about being a “spectator” in taking away Jewish property.
Soros also explains that as a “philanthropist” he supports regulations against financial predators (“players” like himself), but as a “businessman”, staring at 11:50, he tells that his Quantum Funds is registered in the Dutch Antilles to escape regulation…

It is even stranger that George Soros is used as the boogeyman for the Mont Pelerin controlled far right media, as Soros was highly influenced by 2 of the founders of the Mont Pelerin Society.
He even named his Open Society Institute (now Open Society Foundations) after Mont Pelerin cofounder Karl Popper and his 1945 book “The Open Society and Its Enemies”. Popper was a good friend of Friedrich von Hayek (Nobel Prize winner in 1974); they met at the London School of Economics.
See Popper and Hayek years later.

When George Soros attended the London School of Economics (LSE), Karl Popper became his mentor. Soros was also influenced by LSE professor Hayek.
In 2018, George Soros was named “person of the year” by the Rothschild-affiliated Financial Times for his wonderful philanthropic work: ... ial_times/

Another of Hayek’s friends was Nobel laureate Milton Friedman, both founding members of the Mont Pelerin Society

In a 1978 interview with the UCLA, Hayek admitted that he really was a “Fabian socialist”:
I never was a social democrat formally, but I would have been what in England would be described as a Fabian socialist. I was especially influenced — in fact the influence very much contributed to my interest in economics — by the writings of a man called Walter Rathenau, who was an industrialist and later a statesman and finally a politician in Germany, who wrote extremely well.
He was Rohstoff diktator in Germany during the war, and he had become an enthusiastic planner. And I think his ideas about how to reorganize the economy were probably the beginning of my interest in economics. And they were very definitely mildly socialist.

On his close friend Karl Popper since the 1930s, Hayek said:
It was sufficient for me to have recognized this, but when I found this thing explicitly argued and justified in Popper, I just accepted the Popperian philosophy for spelling out what I had always felt. Ever since, I have been moving with Popper. We became ultimately very close friends, although we had not known each other in Vienna. And to a very large extent I have agreed with him, although not always immediately. Popper has had his own interesting developments, but on the whole I agree with him more than with anybody else on philosophical matters.

Firestarter wrote:
Mon Jun 24, 2019 3:40 pm
See (from left): Hashim Thaci (leader of KLA), Bernard Kouchner (Chief U.N. administrator in Kosovo and later French Foreign Minister), Sir Michael "Janus" Jackson (British General), Agim Ceku (commander of Croatian Army in "Operation Storm"), and Wesley Clark (US General).
Hashim Thaci became Kosovo PM, whose party emerged from the Kosovo Liberation Army that fought Serbian forces in the UK/US/NATO-backed 1998-1999 war.

In 2008, Thaci appointed a former fighter in the 1998-1999 war, Fehim Mujota, as Minister for Security Forces (defence minister).

In 2006, Agim Ceku, who commanded the Croatian Army in "Operation Storm" against Serbs in Krajina, and later became head of the Kosovo Protection Corps (KPC), was selected as PM of Kosovo: ... sovan.html

In March 2019, Kosovo’s deputy justice minister Vesna Mikic was fired by Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj after she had called NATO's 1999 bombing campaign against Serbia a "planned genocide".
Mikic wrote on Facebook:
The NATO alliance committed a deliberately planned genocide against a sovereign country that fought Albanian terrorism inside its own borders.

Haradinaj explained (?!?) her dismissal with:
In Kosovo government there will be no place for individuals, despite their ethnicity, to denigrate our common euro-Atlantic values.

There are still 4,000 NATO “peacekeepers” in Kosovo: ... SKCN1R61EG

Lakshmi Mittal’s LNM Holdings is very active in former Yugoslavia. Mittal is an "acquaintance", though not a “friend”, of Prince Charles.

In 1995, Mittal bought Irish Ispat (formerly state-owned Irish Steel) for a nominal £1. Then it was bankrupted, so that millions owed to British companies weren’t returned.
This damaged confidence in Mittal in Romania, when he was trying to purchase Sidex.

In 2002, LNM Holdings received a $100 million (£70 million) "soft" loan, funded by UK taxpayers, so Mittal could buy Romania's Sidex steelworks.
At a time Mittal owed almost £500,000 to the British Government, PM Tony Blair promoted the sale of Sidex with a letter to Romania’s Prime Minister Adrian Nastase. A month later Mittal donated £125,000 to the Labour Party.

Officials working for International Development Secretary Clare Short, instructed Britain's representative to the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to speak and vote for lending the £70 million to LNM Holdings.
EBRD's American representative and at least 2 others opposed the loan, but it went ahead anyway. The EBRD refused to disclose the terms of the loan. The US put in £1.2 billion, followed by £1.03 billion each of Britain, Germany, France, Italy and Japan.

For the Sidex deal, British taxpayers effectively paid £6 million; the part of the EBRD loan financed by Britain.
Adam Price criticised the loan deal with:
Over-capacity is why steelworkers in some of the poorest communities in the UK are losing their jobs. Why was similar help not extended to Corus, which has shed thousands of jobs?

Mittal also owed £471,000 in unpaid VAT to the UK:

In a surprising move, last year’s Nobel Prize for literature, was awarded to the controversial writer Peter Handke.

Handke is controversial for supporting a “conspiracy theory” that the American publicity firm Ruder Finn Global Public Affairs, masterminded a deceptive publicity campaign to inflate Serb atrocities to shift opinion against the Serbs.
In early 1992, the government of Bosnia and Herzegovina hired PR firm Ruder Finn. Executives of Ruder Finn met journalists and people on Capitol Hill to publish the first reports on concentration camps in Bosnia.

Handke has been called a Slobodan Milosevic apologist, who told his critics to “go to hell”.
Handke even spoke at Milosevic’s funeral: ... ter-maass/
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