Κυριακή, 25 Δεκεμβρίου 2016

Οι Δολοφονίες των Διευθυντών της Deutsche Bank και της Siemens από την STAZI

Η τρομοκρατική οργάνωση της Δυτικής Γερμανίας Red Army Faction, ή Baader-Meinhof, δολοφόνησε το 1986 τον διευθυντή της Siemens Karl Heinz Beckurts, και το 1989 δολοφόνησε τον διευθυντή της Deutsche Bank Alfred Herrhausen. Θεωρείται σχεδόν δεδομένο ότι στην πραγματικότητα τις δολοφονίες πραγματοποίησαν οι μυστικές υπηρεσίες της Ανατολικής Γερμανίας (STASI). Βλέπε παρακάτω άρθρα.



Έχει ενδιαφέρον ότι η Deutsche Bank είναι η τράπεζα που σε μεγάλο βαθμό έχει χρηματοδοτήσει τους Γερμανο-Ρωσικούς αγωγούς, ενώ η Siemens είναι η εταιρεία που έχει κατασκευάσει μεγάλα κομμάτια των Γερμανο-Ρωσικών αγωγών.

Σήμερα οι Καταριανοί έχουν καταφέρει να γίνουν οι μεγαλύτεροι μέτοχοι της Deutsche Bank, και όπως είναι γνωστό το Κατάρ είναι ένας μεγάλος αντίπαλος των Γερμανο-Ρωσικών δικτύων. Βλέπε Wall Street Journal “Deutsche Bank’s Top Investor, Qatar, Is Getting Worried About the Lender’s Outlook”, Οκτώβριος 2016.

Ο διευθυντής της Deutsche Bank ήταν μία μεγάλη μορφή της Δυτικής Γερμανίας, και συνέβαλε αποφασιστικά στην ανοικοδόμηση της μεταπολεμικής οικονομίας της χώρας, την στιγμή που οι Σοβιετικοί ξήλωναν τα εργοστάσια της Ανατολικής Γερμανίας και τα μετέφεραν στην Ρωσία.

Ο Alfred Herrhausen ήταν δεξιός και ήταν μάλιστα και προσωπικός φίλος του Καγκελαρίου Χέλμουτ Κολ, και ίσως η δολοφονία του να ήταν και ένα μηνυματάκι στον ίδιο τον Κόλ. Ο Κολ ήταν δεξιός καγκελάριος, και οι Γερμανοί δεξιοί είναι πολύ πιο επιφυλακτικοί απέναντι στην Ρωσία σε σχέση με τους σοσιαλδημοκράτες (SPD), πολλοί εκ των οποίων ήταν και πράκτορες της KGB κατά την διάρκεια του Ψυχρού Πολέμου. Τον Χέλμουτ Κολ διαδέχθηκε ο Γκέρχαρντ Σρέντερ ο οποίος προώθησε πολύ την Γερμανο-Ρωσική συμφιλίωση και τους Γερμανό-Ρωσικούς αγωγούς.

Δεν ξέρω γιατί ακριβώς η ΣΤΑΖΙ δολοφόνησε τον διευθυντή της Deutsche Bank. Ίσως για κάποια διαφορά στο θέμα των αγωγών. Ίσως και λόγω των αποκρατικοποιήσεων της Ανατολικής Γερμανίας, στην οποία μεγάλη συμμετοχή είχε η Deutsche Bank, και οι αποκρατικοποιήσεις όπως είναι φυσικό έβλαπταν σε μεγάλο βαθμό τα συμφέροντα ενός μεγάλου κομματιού της πολιτικής νομενκλατούρας της Ανατολικής Γερμανίας που νέμονταν αυτές τις εταιρείες. 

Την ίδια περίοδο η STAZI δολοφόνησε και τον υπεύθυνο των αποκρατικοποιήσεων των κρατικών εταιρειών της Ανατολικής Γερμανίας, τον Detlev Karsten Rohwedder, ο οποίος ήταν ας πούμε ο διευθυντής του δικού μας ΤΑΙΠΕΔ. Πλάκα πλάκα και εδώ πέθανε ο Στέλιος Σταυρίδης που ήταν ο Πρόεδρος του ΤΑΙΠΕΔ. Και εγώ δεν αισθάνομαι καλά τελευταία. Λένε ότι οι μυστικές υπηρεσίες έχουν χάπια που προκαλούν θανάτους που μοιάζουν να έχουν προέλθει από φυσικά αίτια.

“Alfred Herrhausen”
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Alfred Herrhausen (30 January 1930, Essen – 30 November 1989) was a German banker and Chairman of Deutsche Bank. From 1971 onwards he was a member of the bank's Management Board. He was a member of the Steering Committee of the Bilderberg Group.[1] He was an advisor to Helmut Kohl and a proponent of a unified European economy, as well as being an influential figure in shaping the policies towards developing nations.[2][3]

“Deutsche Bank’s Top Investor, Qatar, Is Getting Worried About the Lender’s Outlook”, Οκτώβριος 2016
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Deutsche Bank AG’s biggest shareholders, investment vehicles controlled by the Qatari royal family, have recently expressed concern about the threat of legal fines against the lender and whether it is adequately focused on its long-term strategy, according to people familiar with the matter.

“Superbomb Mystery: The Herrhausen Assassination”
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What’s the connection between the murder of a German banker 20 years ago and the insurgencies in Iraq and Afghanistan?
It’s all to do with terrorist technology and explosively formed penetrators (aka, "superbombs"), the insurgent’s deadliest weapon against armored vehicles.
Many have pointed out the similarity of attacks in Iraq to the method used to assassinate Alfred Herrhausen in Germany on November 30, 1989. Herrhausen was the head of Germany’s biggest bank, Deutsche Bank — and an obvious target for the Red Army Faction (RAF) terrorist group.
Herrhausen was in a bullet-proof Mercedes limousine, the middle car of a three-vehicle convoy, with bodyguards ahead and behind. The RAF planned their attack well, planting their bomb in a satchel on a bicycle parked beside the route. The bomb was linked to an infrared beam, which terrorists posing as workmen had set up across the road.
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The idea that the RAF had access to relatively sophisticated weapons has led to theories that they had assistance – possibly from the East German Stasi who had their own reasons for wanting Herrhausen dead.

“The Murder of a CEO”, Σεπτέμβριος 2007
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The terrorists who killed Alfred Herrhausen were professionals. They dressed as construction workers to lay a wire under the pavement of the road along Mr. Herrhausen's usual route to work. They planted a sack of armor-piercing explosives on a parked bicycle by the roadside. An infrared beam shining across the road triggered the explosion just when the limousine, one of three cars in a convoy, sped by.
The operation, from the terrorists' point of view, was flawless: Mr. Herrhausen, the chairman of one of Europe's most powerful companies, Deutsche Bank, was killed in the explosion along that suburban Frankfurt road on Nov. 30, 1989.
Within days, the Red Army Faction -- a leftist terrorist group that had traumatized West Germany since 1970 with a series of high-profile crimes and brazen killings of bankers and industrialists -- claimed responsibility for the assassination. An intense manhunt followed. In June 1990, police arrested 10 Red Army Faction members who had fled to East Germany to avoid arrest for other crimes. To the police's surprise, they were willing to talk. Equally confounding to authorities: All had solid alibis. None was charged in the Herrhausen attack.
Now, almost two decades later, German police, prosecutors and other security officials have focused on a new suspect: the East German secret police, known as the Stasi. Long fodder for spy novelists like John le Carré, the shadowy Stasi controlled every aspect of East German life through imprisonment, intimidation and the use of informants -- even placing a spy at one point in the office of West German Chancellor Willy Brandt.
According to documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal, the murders of Mr. Herrhausen and others attributed to the Red Army Faction bear striking resemblance to methods and tactics pioneered by a special unit of the Stasi. The unit reported to Stasi boss Erich Mielke and actively sought in the waning years of the communist regime to imitate the Red Army Faction to mask their own attacks against prominent people in Western Germany and destabilize the country.
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The 1989 car-bomb murder of Mr. Herrhausen particularly stunned police with its audacity and sophistication. Mr. Herrhausen was the head of Deutsche Bank, Germany's largest bank. He was part of the political-business elite that helped turn West Germany from a war-ravaged rump state into an economic powerhouse -- all while East Germany languished in frustration. Mr. Herrhausen was a vocal proponent of a united Germany.
In November 1989, Mr. Herrhausen was following the fall of the Berlin wall and events in the Soviet Union closely, conferring frequently with Mikhail Gorbachev, according to his wife and friends. Then on Nov. 27, Mr. Herrhausen announced a plan to acquire the investment banking firm Morgan Grenfell -- at the time a record-breaking bank acquisition.
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Police acknowledge that part of the reason for their focus on possible Stasi involvement was that all other leads had dried up. But they say they also knew that over the years the Stasi had worked with and given explosives to other terrorists, including "Carlos the Jackal" and the Basque group ETA in Spain. And in 2001 to 2003, an undercover police officer met with a man who claimed he had been a killer for the Stasi operating in Western Germany, although police were never able to tie him to specific murders.
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Based on these documents, German investigators increasingly believe that the Stasi played a more active role than previously believed in Red Army Faction terrorism. After years of not being able to draw parallels between the Stasi unit in Wartin and the Red Army Faction killings, police are now focusing closely on such a link. Joachim Lampe, who assisted the successful prosecution of the first wave of Red Army Faction terrorists up until 1982 and was then assigned to prosecute Stasi-related crimes in West Germany, says it's time to compare the activities of Wartin with the activities of the Red Army Faction to see where they overlap. "It is an important line of investigation," he said.
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Sixteen months after Mr. Herrhausen's murder, the Red Army Faction claimed its last victim, killing Detlev Karsten Rohwedder, the head of the Treuhandanstalt, the powerful trust that controlled most state-owned assets in the former East Germany and was overseeing their privatization. Mr. Rohwedder was killed while he was standing by the window of his house in Düsseldorf.
The murder was performed by a trained sharpshooter, according to a police official familiar with the investigation. The Stasi trained members of the Red Army Faction in sharpshooting skills and had its own teams of sharpshooters, according to witness statements by Stasi officials to a Berlin prosecutor and Stasi records.

Karl Heinz Beckurts
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Karl Heinz Beckurts (born 16 May 1930 in Rheydt; murdered[1] 9 July 1986 in Straßlach near Munich) was a German physicist and research manager.
With Karl Wirtz, he wrote a textbook on neutron physics.[2] He was co-editor of the journal Nukleonik.
Along with his driver, Eckhard Groppler, Beckurts was murdered by a roadside bomb at 7:32 AM on 9 July 1986 in Straßlach, a district of Munich. The bomb used an electronic triggering device. The Red Army Faction claimed responsibility under the name "Kommando Mara Cagol" but the identity of the perpetrators is still unknown.[3] The Bundeskriminalamt named Horst Ludwig Meyer as the only suspect for the bombing; Meyer was fatally shot in 1999 by the police in Vienna.[4]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Heinz_Beckurts

Detlev Karsten Rohwedder
Detlev Karsten Rohwedder (October 16, 1932 – April 1, 1991) was a German manager and politician, as member of the Social Democratic Party. He was manager of the Treuhandanstalt.
Detlev Karsten Rohwedder (1990)
Rohwedder was born in Gotha. While responsible for the privatisation of state-owned property in the GDR, he was assassinated by a sniper while standing at the window of his highly protected house in Düsseldorf. Though never convicted, several members of the leftist terrorist organisation Red Army Faction are assumed[according to whom?] to be responsible for the murder.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Detlev_Karsten_Rohwedder



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