Europe is currently experiencing multiple Separatist and Populist movements. Steve Bannon‘s “The Movement” and Russia are behind it.
- Current Affairs
- Money Laundering & Financial Crimes
- Paradise Papers
- European Energy-EastMed Pipeline, Papdopoulos‘s cause
- Russian Energy
- European Energy-EastMed, Papdopoulos‘s cause
- Balkan States
- Italy–Salvini–Italian Mafia-Far-Right Populist
- Turkey-Erdogan-EastMed would bypass Turkey, connecting Israel to Italy via Greece-Kushner Middle East Peace Plan to weaken
- Gulen-US-protected, Erdogan’s arch-enemy, STEM schools & liberal Islam, Mike Flynn tried to secretly deliver him to Erdogan
June 10, 2015: Pro-American Polish President and Cabinet members resigned after the release of tapes recorded at a 5 Star Warsaw Restaurant, which inspired the name “Waitergate”. The tapes were of them trash-talking America. Rachel Maddow explained it June 12.
Polish Nationalist Youth March Draws Thousands in Capital Crowd of mostly young people carries banners that read ‘Europe Will Be White’ and ‘Clean Blood’ Wall St. Journal November 11, 2017
See the Turkey page.
The Catalan Crisis for Dummies The Catalan government has systematically silenced more than half of Catalan society—the non-independentistas—and has imposed a unilateral path toward secession. Itxu Díaz October 19, 2017 The Daily Beast “The rupture of Spain would mean the rupture of the European Union. “
Malta page. The “Golden Visa” program has drawn wealthy Russians to the small Mediterranean island, and it has a reputation for money laundering.
The Dubai-ification of Malta OCCRP “Three Russians who obtained Maltese passports in 2016 – Arkady Volozh, Boris Mints, and Alexander Nesis – are on the so-called Kremlin List, published by the United States on Jan. 29, 2018. It is not a sanctions list, but identifies Russia’s richest businessmen, with assets estimated at more than $1 billion each, who are believed to be close to President Vladimir Putin. Volozh developed Yandex,
Saudi Arabians have also invested in Maltese citizenship. The best-known is Waleed al-Ibrahim, chairman and once chief owner of the Middle East Broadcasting Center(MBC), founded in London in 1991 and now the largest media company in the Middle East and North Africa.”