Von der UN bezahlt: Die geheimen Geheimdienst im Kosovo
Die UN duldet, die geheimen Strukturen der illegalen Albaner Geheimdienste im Kosovo und bezahlt sogar deren Gehälter. Grund: Die USA (und Verbündete NATO Staaten) unterstützen, diese Mafia und Terror Strukturen, welche wie bewiesen im Kosovo entführten, folterten und mordeten. Wie Janes richtig feststellt, bestehen diese Strukturen neben den legalen Strukturen. Also illegal und nicht mit der UN Resolutiono 1244 vereinbar.
Das wird Alles heimlich finanziert, mit Deutschen Steuergeldern, weil man Kontakt zu den Islamischen Terroristen im Kosovo haben will.
Old rivalries behind Kosovo intelligence plan
Kosovo’s Prime Minister Agim Ceku has decided to press ahead with plans for the province - currently under United Nations’ administration - to have its own intelligence service. However the proposal is proving highly controversial both with Kosovo’s remaining Serbs and with ethnic Albanian factions vying for control of what will be a key future power base.
Rivalry between the unofficial ethnic Albanian intelligence agencies has been mounting since plans were announced last December to create a new interior ministry. According to insiders, the two main contenders are League for a Democratic Kosovo (LDK) oyalist Rame Maraj, who heads a non-governmental organisation, the Institute for Researching Public Opinion and Strategies (IHPSO) and Kadri Veseli, head of the Informative Service of Kosovo (SHIK) who supports the opposition Democratic Party of Kosovo. International sources claim that IHPSO may have as many as 300 agents, while SHIK is believed to have around 120 operatives on its payroll.
There have been occasional raids by UN security forces on the offices of both organisations in the past, including a major operation carried out against SHIK by UNMIK and KFOR peace keepers in January 2002 and a smaller one aimed at IHPSO’s headquarters in Pristina in May 2005. However, even though both intelligence organisations are operating outside of Kosovo’s legal structures, security sources in Pristina claim that the activities of the two main ethnic Albanian intelligence agencies have so far been tolerated by UNMIK because of assistance given to the US and its allies in keeping tabs on potential Islamist militancy in the region.
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