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PostSubject: Cable Bugaria Anglo Adriatic Investment Fund the links through Declan Ganley and Albanian Government and more   Wed Jan 14, 2009 3:20 am

cookiemonster wrote:
cactus flower wrote:


In politics, it's normal practice for obvious reasons to use any available platform to promote one's party's policies.

It's also normal practice not to waste one's time on lost causes, promoting Libertas or it's policies on this website or at least to the majority of posters on it does in my view constitute such a waste of time. I'm only tying to see that the discussion, at least a small degree which is about all one can hope for on this website, remains both fair and factual.
I know that most of what I say here is, in the case of some posters, totally ignored and disregarded and, in the case of others, taken with a very large pinch of salt (to complement the chips they carry on their shoulders no doubt) but at least what I have to say is stated for the record (at least while it remains visable anyway).

thanks a laugh at last. Now you as a mod on P.ie have blocked several of the posters here; You have also abused many of them from the safety of your mod chair. The noble People Korps was the latest Ganley inspired eviction, I note that you might have been banned according to that sites rules for your behaviour there. However we are all aware that those rules go out the window when the follically challenged Furher is discussed vigorously. You are following the discussion around because you may
1/learn things that other people known about Declan
2/ Know that you are debating with the winning team (even losing is good practice for you Cookie)
3/ be trying to stifle these discussions with your illogical and off point responses
4/be employed to do this
5/ want to know what Declan is up against in the real world as it breaking here first


Now can you help me . What the hell is this all about? Has Ganley gone back to laying bricks? Seems their building bits of this shed and running a fibre optic cable through an "interdict" from a "vestibule"
Quote :
Phase II Costruct Second GSC-52 Terminal


Client: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska District
Location: Ft. Greely, Alaska
Status: In progress

NANA Pacific is providing construction management services for the
infrastructure addition and foundation for a new antenna and Randome
cover for a Defense Satellite Communication System (DSCS) building at
Ft. Greely, Alaska.

The DSCS supports the U.S. Missile Defense System. The work being
performed by NANA Pacific will replace the temporary antenna in order
to install a second permanent antenna next year. In addition, a
vestibule will be added between the existing DSCS building and the
stand-by power generation building next door; as well as installation
of an innerduct system in an existing utilidor. This interdict will
provide the path for a fiber-optic inter-tie between the DSCS building
and the IDT#2 facility over a mile away.


I note they are looking for youths just like Libertas http://www.nanapacific.com/shareholders.html

Now I am forgetting
oh yes this is a good translation of the article from Rinascita Balcanica. they clearly assert that the Albania cash was used for Bulgarian business "After gathering money in Albania in 1997 through the Anglo-Adriatika, Ganley
buys shares of telecommunications companies in Bulgaria and creates Bulgarian
Broadnet, "

Quote :





Rinascita Balcanica, 14.04.08





"Savings of the Albanians gambled on the stock
exchange."






The shares of 45 thousand share holders of
the financial concern Anglo Adriatika where "played with" on
international stock exchanges by the directors of the foundation. This is
according to official sources of the "Ganley Group" who explain that
the company succeeded to gather 45 thousand share holders through the Anglo
Adriatika foundation in Albania,
amassing a capital of about 120 million US dollars in 1997. A declaration by the organism dealing with
privatisations of Albanian public property indicates that the Irish group used
the issuing of vouchers to place the amount as the company's own funds on
international markets. But in reality, they represented 120 millions
transferred by 45 thousand Albanians, described as the shares of the
"Ganley Group".





The Irish company "Ganley Group"
has collected the 1997 120 million dollars in he market for savings, thereby enrolling
45 thousand Albanian shareholders through the Anglo-Adriatika foundation in Albania.
The Irish group acquired such securities, as their own property and then sold
them on international markets as values representative of the company.



In 1997 "Anglo-Adriatika" deposited securities at the former Bank for
Savings in anticipation of the privatisation of strategic companies in Albania. In the
same year, the Ganley Group declared that it held 120 million dollars of "Anglo-Adriatika",
and deposited, in collaboration with officials of the Bank for Savings, a certificate
that guaranteed the ownership of shares, and granted the right to sell them on.
We are talking about an amount of around 160 million dollars, at present dollar
values, whereas when it was made when the dollar was quoted at 133 lek. The
Albanian financial concern which got the first licence to exercise such
activities in April 1996, was the Anglo-Adriatic Investment Fund controlled 90%
by Ganley Group and 10% Rothschild Emerging Markets.



The manoeuvres with the bond privatization came to light in September 2007,
during a trial conducted against him in Ireland, highlighting the
"dark" collaboration between the Albanian Government and heads of the
"Anglo-Adriatika." The court discovered in fact a kind of
collaboration between the "Meksi" government and the head of
"Ganley Group, Declan Ganley, who had acted as mediator to finance a
number of Irish Members of Parliament to help the Albanian government to avoid
the collapse of the financial pyramid schemes. According to Irish media, the
same Declan Ganley declared before the courts that he brought Deputy Liam Lawlor
to Albania,
and while there was paid a fee of 340 thousand U.S. dollars by the Albanian
government.





But the interest of the judges falls,
especially on an Mr Frank Dunlop (Irish), who is thought to have favoured an Irish
company in return for the aid and assistance offered to the Albanian
Government. This version has always been denied by the President of
Anglo-Adriatika, which denies any involvement with Mr Lawlor, or with the
Albanian deputy, who is thought to have favoured the increase in shares of the
company "VAT".





Currently the Ganley Group continues its
activities in Galway in Ireland,
with offices in all countries of Europe excluding Albania,
and operates on a wide variety of activities worldwide, such as transport,
telecommunications and by controlling interests in Rivada, Broadnet and Cable Bulgaria. But
the history of the Ganley Group begins with the experience of Declan Ganley at
the age of 21 years in Russia,
entering the industrial business through the stock exchange in the iron, and a
number of other companies, sold at a later time to the "Soros"
foundation.



After gathering money in Albania in 1997 through the Anglo-Adriatika, Ganley
buys shares of telecommunications companies in Bulgaria and creates Bulgarian
Broadnet, a cable television service within the countries of Eastern Europe,
with a total investment of approximately 300 million dollars, with an operation
which suggests that it most likely was financed partly by the shares of
Anglo-Adriatika, presented as assets of
Ganley Group on international stock exchanges.





In 1998 he takes the first steps to create
the Albanian stock market, sponsoring a regional meeting in Struga (Macedonia),
with the participation of senior officials from the Albanian and Macedonian
governments. In the same year, Don de Marino (Executive Director of the Fund)
is the leading organizer of the "Strategic Conference in Albania." At the same time,
the Canadian company "Grand Portage Resources", with the
intermediation of Anglo-Adriatic Found, acquires the exclusive joint
exploitation of Lake
Delvina, thanks to an
agreement with Albpetrol.





Next begins the escalation of
Anglo-Adriatika by the activation of the shareholders vouchers in mass privatisation,
based on the privatisation law approved by the Albanian Parliament in 1998 and
the beginning of twinning activity between the Albanian stock market with the
Western stock markets, in accordance with the plans of the Anglo-Adriatic.





In 1999, Declan Ganley brings to Tirana a
group of powerful investors from"Hyatt Hotels", whom he promised the backing
of the Albanian government. At the same time Anglo-Adriatika brings to Tirana
the American telecommunications company "Milicom" to participate in
the tender for the sale of AMC.
In survey conducted by the newspaper "Albania", it appears that the
prominent representatives of the foundation were Pirro Kushi and Kosta
Trebicka, today known as entrepreneurs. Of the two, however, Trebicka is now
known to the general Albanian public for his involvement in the scandal of the
acquisition of weapons for the Pentagon. Trebicka and Kushi have for a long
time in constant contact with the President of Ganley Group, Declan Ganley, and
still maintain a regular relationship with the manager of the Anglo-Adriatic
fund, Declan Ganley. "Yes, I often had meetings with Declan Ganley and his
brother, we speak often - declares Trebicka in the newspaper 'Albania' - "we also speak of
the 'Anglo-Adriatic' fund, and I do not agree with some media which have
presented it as a business linked to Greek interests".





On the role of Don de Marino, the Albanian
newspaper says that in addition to being a board member of one of Declan Ganley's
companies, he is also a very powerful businessman, linked to the Bush family
and President of the Saudi-American Chamber of Commerce. As shown by the
newspaper, Don de Marino was also Executive Director of Anglo-Adriatika, and in
2000 was in Tirana seeking to reactivated the share vouchers and threatening the
Albanian government with an international legal action, but without any great
results. Finally, it must be noted that de Don Marino and Declan Ganley asked
insistently in 1996 that the Tirana stock market be opened, seen as an
important to quote at the international level the securities of "Anglo
Adriatic." "Yes, I have excellent relations with him - confirmed
Trebicka - I do not understand what's wrong on this. Of course, it is true that
he is a very influential person, and it is also true that Don Marino also has
many friends at the Pentagon."



A mystery remains about the 120 million dollars belonging toAlbanian citizens,
even though in 2006 the Parliamentary Commission for Economy and Finance
decided to open an deep inquiry into Anglo-Adriatika, questioning even Governor
Fullani. It is not known, therefore, whether the "Anglo-Adriatika" or
"Ganley Group" have bought property in other countries through the
"unlawful use the stock of financial securities of Anglo-Adriatika."
Certainly, Albanian citizens' money from a financial harvest at a time when all
financial pyramids were about to collapse, was re-invested in industrial
activities, more or less speculative, a foreign financial group, with the full
complicity of the Government and Institutions.



Alketa Alibali





I wonder has the action against Primetime begun yet. I know that RTE still have the show on their site. As I said at the time his threats to sue were/are bogus attempts to shut the press up. Well done Mr. Transparency
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PostSubject: Re: split from Pan Europ   Wed Jan 14, 2009 2:32 pm

Frightened Albanian wrote:


thanks a laugh at last. Now you as a mod on P.ie have blocked several of the posters here;
No, I have not. That is a lie.

Quote :
You have also abused many of them from the safety of your mod chair.
No I have not, that is a lie.

Quote :
The noble People Korps was the latest Ganley inspired eviction, I note that you might have been banned according to that sites rules for your behaviour there. However we are all aware that those rules go out the window when the follically challenged Furher is discussed vigorously.
Peoplekorps (mod) was banned because he was being abusive and disruptive in every thread and to a number of posters. Play the tiny violin all you want.

Quote :

You are following the discussion around because you may
1/learn things that other people known about Declan
2/ Know that you are debating with the winning team (even losing is good practice for you Cookie)
3/ be trying to stifle these discussions with your illogical and off point responses
4/be employed to do this
5/ want to know what Declan is up against in the real world as it breaking here first

1. I want to know what nonsense people like you are posting about Libertas.
2. Winning team?
3. Establishing fact, not fantasy, in discussion.
4. If only. As far as my worth with Libertas goes I am a volunteer. I have never been paid for it. I has said this numerous times before in reply to this charge made by you.
5. I hardly think so.

Quote :


Now can you help me . What the hell is this all about? Has Ganley gone back to laying bricks? Seems their building bits of this shed and running a fibre optic cable through an "interdict" from a "vestibule"
Quote :
Phase II Costruct Second GSC-52 Terminal


Client: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska District
Location: Ft. Greely, Alaska
Status: In progress

NANA Pacific is providing construction management services for the
infrastructure addition and foundation for a new antenna and Randome
cover for a Defense Satellite Communication System (DSCS) building at
Ft. Greely, Alaska.

The DSCS supports the U.S. Missile Defense System. The work being
performed by NANA Pacific will replace the temporary antenna in order
to install a second permanent antenna next year. In addition, a
vestibule will be added between the existing DSCS building and the
stand-by power generation building next door; as well as installation
of an innerduct system in an existing utilidor. This interdict will
provide the path for a fiber-optic inter-tie between the DSCS building
and the IDT#2 facility over a mile away.


I note they are looking for youths just like Libertas http://www.nanapacific.com/shareholders.html

Now I am forgetting
oh yes this is a good translation of the article from Rinascita Balcanica. they clearly assert that the Albania cash was used for Bulgarian business "After gathering money in Albania in 1997 through the Anglo-Adriatika, Ganley
buys shares of telecommunications companies in Bulgaria and creates Bulgarian
Broadnet, "

Quote :





Rinascita Balcanica, 14.04.08





"Savings of the Albanians gambled on the stock
exchange."






The shares of 45 thousand share holders of
the financial concern Anglo Adriatika where "played with" on
international stock exchanges by the directors of the foundation. This is
according to official sources of the "Ganley Group" who explain that
the company succeeded to gather 45 thousand share holders through the Anglo
Adriatika foundation in Albania,
amassing a capital of about 120 million US dollars in 1997. A declaration by the organism dealing with
privatisations of Albanian public property indicates that the Irish group used
the issuing of vouchers to place the amount as the company's own funds on
international markets. But in reality, they represented 120 millions
transferred by 45 thousand Albanians, described as the shares of the
"Ganley Group".





The Irish company "Ganley Group"
has collected the 1997 120 million dollars in he market for savings, thereby enrolling
45 thousand Albanian shareholders through the Anglo-Adriatika foundation in Albania.
The Irish group acquired such securities, as their own property and then sold
them on international markets as values representative of the company.



In 1997 "Anglo-Adriatika" deposited securities at the former Bank for
Savings in anticipation of the privatisation of strategic companies in Albania. In the
same year, the Ganley Group declared that it held 120 million dollars of "Anglo-Adriatika",
and deposited, in collaboration with officials of the Bank for Savings, a certificate
that guaranteed the ownership of shares, and granted the right to sell them on.
We are talking about an amount of around 160 million dollars, at present dollar
values, whereas when it was made when the dollar was quoted at 133 lek. The
Albanian financial concern which got the first licence to exercise such
activities in April 1996, was the Anglo-Adriatic Investment Fund controlled 90%
by Ganley Group and 10% Rothschild Emerging Markets.



The manoeuvres with the bond privatization came to light in September 2007,
during a trial conducted against him in Ireland, highlighting the
"dark" collaboration between the Albanian Government and heads of the
"Anglo-Adriatika." The court discovered in fact a kind of
collaboration between the "Meksi" government and the head of
"Ganley Group, Declan Ganley, who had acted as mediator to finance a
number of Irish Members of Parliament to help the Albanian government to avoid
the collapse of the financial pyramid schemes. According to Irish media, the
same Declan Ganley declared before the courts that he brought Deputy Liam Lawlor
to Albania,
and while there was paid a fee of 340 thousand U.S. dollars by the Albanian
government.





But the interest of the judges falls,
especially on an Mr Frank Dunlop (Irish), who is thought to have favoured an Irish
company in return for the aid and assistance offered to the Albanian
Government. This version has always been denied by the President of
Anglo-Adriatika, which denies any involvement with Mr Lawlor, or with the
Albanian deputy, who is thought to have favoured the increase in shares of the
company "VAT".





Currently the Ganley Group continues its
activities in Galway in Ireland,
with offices in all countries of Europe excluding Albania,
and operates on a wide variety of activities worldwide, such as transport,
telecommunications and by controlling interests in Rivada, Broadnet and Cable Bulgaria. But
the history of the Ganley Group begins with the experience of Declan Ganley at
the age of 21 years in Russia,
entering the industrial business through the stock exchange in the iron, and a
number of other companies, sold at a later time to the "Soros"
foundation.



After gathering money in Albania in 1997 through the Anglo-Adriatika, Ganley
buys shares of telecommunications companies in Bulgaria and creates Bulgarian
Broadnet, a cable television service within the countries of Eastern Europe,
with a total investment of approximately 300 million dollars, with an operation
which suggests that it most likely was financed partly by the shares of
Anglo-Adriatika, presented as assets of
Ganley Group on international stock exchanges.





In 1998 he takes the first steps to create
the Albanian stock market, sponsoring a regional meeting in Struga (Macedonia),
with the participation of senior officials from the Albanian and Macedonian
governments. In the same year, Don de Marino (Executive Director of the Fund)
is the leading organizer of the "Strategic Conference in Albania." At the same time,
the Canadian company "Grand Portage Resources", with the
intermediation of Anglo-Adriatic Found, acquires the exclusive joint
exploitation of Lake
Delvina, thanks to an
agreement with Albpetrol.





Next begins the escalation of
Anglo-Adriatika by the activation of the shareholders vouchers in mass privatisation,
based on the privatisation law approved by the Albanian Parliament in 1998 and
the beginning of twinning activity between the Albanian stock market with the
Western stock markets, in accordance with the plans of the Anglo-Adriatic.





In 1999, Declan Ganley brings to Tirana a
group of powerful investors from"Hyatt Hotels", whom he promised the backing
of the Albanian government. At the same time Anglo-Adriatika brings to Tirana
the American telecommunications company "Milicom" to participate in
the tender for the sale of AMC.
In survey conducted by the newspaper "Albania", it appears that the
prominent representatives of the foundation were Pirro Kushi and Kosta
Trebicka, today known as entrepreneurs. Of the two, however, Trebicka is now
known to the general Albanian public for his involvement in the scandal of the
acquisition of weapons for the Pentagon. Trebicka and Kushi have for a long
time in constant contact with the President of Ganley Group, Declan Ganley, and
still maintain a regular relationship with the manager of the Anglo-Adriatic
fund, Declan Ganley. "Yes, I often had meetings with Declan Ganley and his
brother, we speak often - declares Trebicka in the newspaper 'Albania' - "we also speak of
the 'Anglo-Adriatic' fund, and I do not agree with some media which have
presented it as a business linked to Greek interests".





On the role of Don de Marino, the Albanian
newspaper says that in addition to being a board member of one of Declan Ganley's
companies, he is also a very powerful businessman, linked to the Bush family
and President of the Saudi-American Chamber of Commerce. As shown by the
newspaper, Don de Marino was also Executive Director of Anglo-Adriatika, and in
2000 was in Tirana seeking to reactivated the share vouchers and threatening the
Albanian government with an international legal action, but without any great
results. Finally, it must be noted that de Don Marino and Declan Ganley asked
insistently in 1996 that the Tirana stock market be opened, seen as an
important to quote at the international level the securities of "Anglo
Adriatic." "Yes, I have excellent relations with him - confirmed
Trebicka - I do not understand what's wrong on this. Of course, it is true that
he is a very influential person, and it is also true that Don Marino also has
many friends at the Pentagon."



A mystery remains about the 120 million dollars belonging toAlbanian citizens,
even though in 2006 the Parliamentary Commission for Economy and Finance
decided to open an deep inquiry into Anglo-Adriatika, questioning even Governor
Fullani. It is not known, therefore, whether the "Anglo-Adriatika" or
"Ganley Group" have bought property in other countries through the
"unlawful use the stock of financial securities of Anglo-Adriatika."
Certainly, Albanian citizens' money from a financial harvest at a time when all
financial pyramids were about to collapse, was re-invested in industrial
activities, more or less speculative, a foreign financial group, with the full
complicity of the Government and Institutions.



Alketa Alibali





Eah... ok...

Quote :

I wonder has the action against Primetime begun yet. I know that RTE still have the show on their site. As I said at the time his threats to sue were/are bogus attempts to shut the press up. Well done Mr. Transparency

yeah, but you are usually wrong so I wouldn't worry.


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PostSubject: Re: split from Pan Europ   Wed Jan 14, 2009 3:30 pm

cookiemonster wrote:
Frightened Albanian wrote:


thanks a laugh at last. Now you as a mod on P.ie have blocked several of the posters here;
No, I have not. That is a lie.

Quote :
You have also abused many of them from the safety of your mod chair.
No I have not, that is a lie.

Quote :
The noble People Korps was the latest Ganley inspired eviction, I note that you might have been banned according to that sites rules for your behaviour there. However we are all aware that those rules go out the window when the follically challenged Furher is discussed vigorously.
Peoplekorps (you?) was banned because he was being abusive and disruptive in every thread and to a number of posters. Play the tiny violin all you want.

Quote :

You are following the discussion around because you may
1/learn things that other people known about Declan
2/ Know that you are debating with the winning team (even losing is good practice for you Cookie)
3/ be trying to stifle these discussions with your illogical and off point responses
4/be employed to do this
5/ want to know what Declan is up against in the real world as it breaking here first

1. I want to know what nonsense people like you are posting about Libertas.
2. Winning team?
3. Establishing fact, not fantasy, in discussion.
4. If only. As far as my worth with Libertas goes I am a volunteer. I have never been paid for it. I has said this numerous times before in reply to this charge made by you.
5. I hardly think so.

Quote :


Now can you help me . What the hell is this all about? Has Ganley gone back to laying bricks? Seems their building bits of this shed and running a fibre optic cable through an "interdict" from a "vestibule"
Quote :
Phase II Costruct Second GSC-52 Terminal


Client: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Alaska District
Location: Ft. Greely, Alaska
Status: In progress

NANA Pacific is providing construction management services for the
infrastructure addition and foundation for a new antenna and Randome
cover for a Defense Satellite Communication System (DSCS) building at
Ft. Greely, Alaska.

The DSCS supports the U.S. Missile Defense System. The work being
performed by NANA Pacific will replace the temporary antenna in order
to install a second permanent antenna next year. In addition, a
vestibule will be added between the existing DSCS building and the
stand-by power generation building next door; as well as installation
of an innerduct system in an existing utilidor. This interdict will
provide the path for a fiber-optic inter-tie between the DSCS building
and the IDT#2 facility over a mile away.


I note they are looking for youths just like Libertas http://www.nanapacific.com/shareholders.html

Now I am forgetting
oh yes this is a good translation of the article from Rinascita Balcanica. they clearly assert that the Albania cash was used for Bulgarian business "After gathering money in Albania in 1997 through the Anglo-Adriatika, Ganley
buys shares of telecommunications companies in Bulgaria and creates Bulgarian
Broadnet, "

Quote :





Rinascita Balcanica, 14.04.08





"Savings of the Albanians gambled on the stock
exchange."






The shares of 45 thousand share holders of
the financial concern Anglo Adriatika where "played with" on
international stock exchanges by the directors of the foundation. This is
according to official sources of the "Ganley Group" who explain that
the company succeeded to gather 45 thousand share holders through the Anglo
Adriatika foundation in Albania,
amassing a capital of about 120 million US dollars in 1997. A declaration by the organism dealing with
privatisations of Albanian public property indicates that the Irish group used
the issuing of vouchers to place the amount as the company's own funds on
international markets. But in reality, they represented 120 millions
transferred by 45 thousand Albanians, described as the shares of the
"Ganley Group".





The Irish company "Ganley Group"
has collected the 1997 120 million dollars in he market for savings, thereby enrolling
45 thousand Albanian shareholders through the Anglo-Adriatika foundation in Albania.
The Irish group acquired such securities, as their own property and then sold
them on international markets as values representative of the company.



In 1997 "Anglo-Adriatika" deposited securities at the former Bank for
Savings in anticipation of the privatisation of strategic companies in Albania. In the
same year, the Ganley Group declared that it held 120 million dollars of "Anglo-Adriatika",
and deposited, in collaboration with officials of the Bank for Savings, a certificate
that guaranteed the ownership of shares, and granted the right to sell them on.
We are talking about an amount of around 160 million dollars, at present dollar
values, whereas when it was made when the dollar was quoted at 133 lek. The
Albanian financial concern which got the first licence to exercise such
activities in April 1996, was the Anglo-Adriatic Investment Fund controlled 90%
by Ganley Group and 10% Rothschild Emerging Markets.



The manoeuvres with the bond privatization came to light in September 2007,
during a trial conducted against him in Ireland, highlighting the
"dark" collaboration between the Albanian Government and heads of the
"Anglo-Adriatika." The court discovered in fact a kind of
collaboration between the "Meksi" government and the head of
"Ganley Group, Declan Ganley, who had acted as mediator to finance a
number of Irish Members of Parliament to help the Albanian government to avoid
the collapse of the financial pyramid schemes. According to Irish media, the
same Declan Ganley declared before the courts that he brought Deputy Liam Lawlor
to Albania,
and while there was paid a fee of 340 thousand U.S. dollars by the Albanian
government.





But the interest of the judges falls,
especially on an Mr Frank Dunlop (Irish), who is thought to have favoured an Irish
company in return for the aid and assistance offered to the Albanian
Government. This version has always been denied by the President of
Anglo-Adriatika, which denies any involvement with Mr Lawlor, or with the
Albanian deputy, who is thought to have favoured the increase in shares of the
company "VAT".





Currently the Ganley Group continues its
activities in Galway in Ireland,
with offices in all countries of Europe excluding Albania,
and operates on a wide variety of activities worldwide, such as transport,
telecommunications and by controlling interests in Rivada, Broadnet and Cable Bulgaria. But
the history of the Ganley Group begins with the experience of Declan Ganley at
the age of 21 years in Russia,
entering the industrial business through the stock exchange in the iron, and a
number of other companies, sold at a later time to the "Soros"
foundation.



After gathering money in Albania in 1997 through the Anglo-Adriatika, Ganley
buys shares of telecommunications companies in Bulgaria and creates Bulgarian
Broadnet, a cable television service within the countries of Eastern Europe,
with a total investment of approximately 300 million dollars, with an operation
which suggests that it most likely was financed partly by the shares of
Anglo-Adriatika, presented as assets of
Ganley Group on international stock exchanges.





In 1998 he takes the first steps to create
the Albanian stock market, sponsoring a regional meeting in Struga (Macedonia),
with the participation of senior officials from the Albanian and Macedonian
governments. In the same year, Don de Marino (Executive Director of the Fund)
is the leading organizer of the "Strategic Conference in Albania." At the same time,
the Canadian company "Grand Portage Resources", with the
intermediation of Anglo-Adriatic Found, acquires the exclusive joint
exploitation of Lake
Delvina, thanks to an
agreement with Albpetrol.





Next begins the escalation of
Anglo-Adriatika by the activation of the shareholders vouchers in mass privatisation,
based on the privatisation law approved by the Albanian Parliament in 1998 and
the beginning of twinning activity between the Albanian stock market with the
Western stock markets, in accordance with the plans of the Anglo-Adriatic.





In 1999, Declan Ganley brings to Tirana a
group of powerful investors from"Hyatt Hotels", whom he promised the backing
of the Albanian government. At the same time Anglo-Adriatika brings to Tirana
the American telecommunications company "Milicom" to participate in
the tender for the sale of AMC.
In survey conducted by the newspaper "Albania", it appears that the
prominent representatives of the foundation were Pirro Kushi and Kosta
Trebicka, today known as entrepreneurs. Of the two, however, Trebicka is now
known to the general Albanian public for his involvement in the scandal of the
acquisition of weapons for the Pentagon. Trebicka and Kushi have for a long
time in constant contact with the President of Ganley Group, Declan Ganley, and
still maintain a regular relationship with the manager of the Anglo-Adriatic
fund, Declan Ganley. "Yes, I often had meetings with Declan Ganley and his
brother, we speak often - declares Trebicka in the newspaper 'Albania' - "we also speak of
the 'Anglo-Adriatic' fund, and I do not agree with some media which have
presented it as a business linked to Greek interests".





On the role of Don de Marino, the Albanian
newspaper says that in addition to being a board member of one of Declan Ganley's
companies, he is also a very powerful businessman, linked to the Bush family
and President of the Saudi-American Chamber of Commerce. As shown by the
newspaper, Don de Marino was also Executive Director of Anglo-Adriatika, and in
2000 was in Tirana seeking to reactivated the share vouchers and threatening the
Albanian government with an international legal action, but without any great
results. Finally, it must be noted that de Don Marino and Declan Ganley asked
insistently in 1996 that the Tirana stock market be opened, seen as an
important to quote at the international level the securities of "Anglo
Adriatic." "Yes, I have excellent relations with him - confirmed
Trebicka - I do not understand what's wrong on this. Of course, it is true that
he is a very influential person, and it is also true that Don Marino also has
many friends at the Pentagon."



A mystery remains about the 120 million dollars belonging toAlbanian citizens,
even though in 2006 the Parliamentary Commission for Economy and Finance
decided to open an deep inquiry into Anglo-Adriatika, questioning even Governor
Fullani. It is not known, therefore, whether the "Anglo-Adriatika" or
"Ganley Group" have bought property in other countries through the
"unlawful use the stock of financial securities of Anglo-Adriatika."
Certainly, Albanian citizens' money from a financial harvest at a time when all
financial pyramids were about to collapse, was re-invested in industrial
activities, more or less speculative, a foreign financial group, with the full
complicity of the Government and Institutions.



Alketa Alibali





Eah... ok...

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I wonder has the action against Primetime begun yet. I know that RTE still have the show on their site. As I said at the time his threats to sue were/are bogus attempts to shut the press up. Well done Mr. Transparency

yeah, but you are usually wrong so I wouldn't worry.

Thank you for your input. Pity that your second comment veers so far form veracity . I think it might be against site charter to engage in id speculation.
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PostSubject: Re: split from Pan Europ   Wed Jan 14, 2009 11:29 pm

Here's a good one
Ganley said he owned the Kipelovo military base in 1995 well the Russkis were still using it

in 2002

BBC Monitoring Former Soviet Union - Political
Supplied by BBC Worldwide Monitoring
February 22, 2002, Friday
Fleet air arm commanders killed in Russian plane crash

SOURCE: :Interfax news agency, Moscow, in English 0652 gmt 22 Feb 02 Ekho Moskvy radio, Moscow, in Russian 0800 gmt 22 Feb 02

LENGTH: 155 words

Excerpt from report in English by Russian news agency Interfax

Moscow, 22 February: The An-26 navy transport plane that crashed in
Archangel Region on Thursday 21 February evening was carrying the
command of the 574th missile-carrying naval air force regiment and 215
kilograms of cargo for the Northern Fleet.
The plane took off from Kipelovo
airstrip in Vologda Region for Lakhta airstrip in Archangel Region, an
official in the Russian navy headquarters
told Interfax on Friday. It took over five tonnes of fuel inKipelovo, he said...

The deputy military prosecutor of Severodvinsk was one of those killed
in the crash, Radio Ekho Moskvy later reported. The report also said
the aircraft's flight data recorder had been found. The commander of
the Northern Fleet is flying to Murmansk to supervise the
investigation. According to preliminary reports, the cause of the
accident was poor visibility.
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PostSubject: Re: split from Pan Europ   Thu Jan 15, 2009 12:07 am

Cactus here is one for you

Quote :
Canada NewsWire
April 28, 1998, Tuesday
GRANDE PORTAGE ENTERS INTO AGREEMENT TO PURCHASE FERTILIZER PLANT IN ALBANIA

SECTION: Financial News

LENGTH: 621 words

DATELINE: TORONTO, April 28



As announced on April 27th, Grande Portage
Resources Ltd. (GPG - VSE) and the Anglo Adriatic Investment Fund SH.A.
(collectively referred to as the "Purchasers") on April 25th, signed a
Letter of Intent with the Ministry of Public Economy and Privatization of the
Republic of Albania (the "Ministry") granting the Purchasers a six month
exclusive period to negotiate the acquisition of the Fier fertilizer complex.
The Letter of Intent also stipulates that the Ministry and Grande Portage will
jointly identify and acquire additional sources of natural gas for industrial
development.

The Letter of Intent confirms the parties' intent that gas produced from
the Delvina gas field and operated by Grande Portage will be supplied via the
existing pipeline to the Fier complex. The parties to the agreement intend to
execute a final agreement implementing the objectives of the Letter of Intent
within a six month period.
While attending the reception hosted by the Ministry to mark the signing
of the Letter of Intent, the chairman of the Anglo Adriatic Investment Fund
SH.A., Mr. Declan Ganley, stated - "This is a positive defining moment in the
roll-out of Albania's privatization process. It sends an important signal to
the international investment community on the progress of economic development
in Albania."
In March of this year, Grande Portage entered into a Heads of Agreement
with the state owned oil and gas company, Albpetrol SH.A., for the joint
development of the Delvina gas field. Specific details of the proposed Joint
Operating Agreement ("JOA") were announced by Grande Portage on April 27th.
The Letter of Intent signed on April 25th also specifies that the Government
contemplates the sale of its 50% interest in the Delvina field to both Grande
Portage and Anglo Adriatic Investment Fund SH.A.
In past years, the Fier fertilizer complex was one of Albania's primary
and most profitable industries but due to a lack of natural gas feed, the
complex ceased operations in 1994. Gas production from Delvina will change
this. An independent consultant's report financed by USAID concluded that
capital costs to rehabilitate the operation and commence commercial production
at Fier would cost US$ 3.8 million. The Purchasers under the Letter of Intent
have a six month period to jointly arrange project financing.
Mr. A.T. Griffis, Chairman of Grande Portage, stated that - "The
company's long term objectives in Albania are to secure proven gas resources,
enhance these assets, secure a long term contract with an end-user and source
new commercial oil and gas fields for production. The latest two agreements
with the Government go a long way towards meeting these objectives in what has
been a relatively short period of time." Mr. Griffis went on to state that
the company is in the process of assembling an experienced management group to
conduct operations in Albania as well as raising the necessary equity capital
to meet the fiscal obligations required for development of both the Delvina
gas field and the Fier fertilizer plant.
Grande Portage's commitments under the JOA for the development of the
Delvina gas field and the acquisition of the Fier fertilizer complex will both
be subject to regulatory approvals. In support of its obligations in Albania,
Grande Portage will retain the services of two independent consulting groups
to prepare evaluations of each project. The results of these independent
studies are expected to be released by mid summer.
GRANDE PORTAGE RESOURCES LTD.

"A.T. Griffis"
Per:___________________________________
A.T. Griffis, President

Grande Portage was a Ganley company, note that there is no mention of the fact that AAIF is also a Ganley concern. However it also shows that the AAIF was doing something with its loot.
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PostSubject: Re: split from Pan Europ   Thu Jan 15, 2009 3:52 am

cookiemonster wrote:
Frightened Albanian wrote:
What are their politics? What about social welfare how would it change under Libertas? How would Libertas run hospitals what are the plans etc
They wouldn't. They would be within the remits of Ministers Hanafin and Harney.

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Plus how do you account for the fact that the Russians military still used Kipelovo airbase in 2003 ? Ganley told the Irish Times he owned it in 1995.

Sale and leaseback?
Sale and leaseback was a possibility I entertained , as was that Ganley never owned it, I also considered other possibilities.
It boggles the mind that you don't see the bizarre contradictions. ganley claimed that he owned a disused airbase complete with 40 bombers abandoned on the runway and yet the Russia military were still flying from there in 2003. Abandoned back to operative or never abandoned ? If never abandoned what was Ganley spinning to the Irish Times?ow consolidated) it is one of the biggest in Volograd but it certainly does not come near being the "biggest forestry company in Russia" as Ganley stated ad nauseam. Volograd produces 20% of Russia lumber so how could Kipelovo have been the biggest in all of Russia?.
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PostSubject: Re: split from Pan Europ   Thu Jan 15, 2009 3:58 am

ZOMG! What the hell are you talking about?!
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PostSubject: Re: split from Pan Europ   Thu Jan 15, 2009 4:03 am

its simple Kipelovo is one a several large companies in Volograd, not the biggest company in Russia nor was it ever!!

2 The Russians were still using an airbase in 2àà" for military purposes, this airbase Ganley claimed to own in 1995. He also said that the base was abandoned. Doesn't add up does it?
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PostSubject: Re: split from Pan Europ   Thu Jan 15, 2009 4:05 am

Nothing you say adds up.
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PostSubject: Re: split from Pan Europ   Thu Jan 15, 2009 4:07 am

remove the veil from thine eyes child
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PostSubject: Re: split from Pan Europ   Thu Jan 15, 2009 4:09 am

Frightened Albanian wrote:
remove the veil from thine eyes child

You thought I was Caroline Simons for a while, now you're calling me a child?
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PostSubject: Re: split from Pan Europ   Thu Jan 15, 2009 4:24 am

cookiemonster wrote:
Frightened Albanian wrote:
remove the veil from thine eyes child

You thought I was Caroline Simons for a while, now you're calling me a child?
Laughing you really can't deal with that Russian stuff
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PostSubject: Re: split from Pan Europ   Thu Jan 15, 2009 4:28 am

Frightened Albanian wrote:
cookiemonster wrote:
Frightened Albanian wrote:
remove the veil from thine eyes child

You thought I was Caroline Simons for a while, now you're calling me a child?
Laughing you really can't deal with that Russian stuff

With you? No. It's a waste of time.
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