Foreign interference in British and Catalan referenda

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“…Arron Banks had many meetings with Russian officials, including the Russian Ambassador, Alexander Yakovenko, between 2015 and 2017. The meetings involved discussions about business deals involving Alrosa, the Russian diamond monopoly, the purchase of gold mines, funded by Sberbank, the Russian-state bank, and the transferring of confidential documents to Russian officials. … Arron Banks is believed to have donated £8.4 million to the Leave campaign, the largest political donation in British politics, but it is unclear from where he obtained that amount of money.”

Source.

PAVT 2017

Catalogue of the Russian IT Conference “PaVT”: “Parallel computing technologies”, 2017, Kazan. Catalogue lists “Georgi Petrovich Roshka [Георгий Петрович Рошка],

“Center for Strategic R&D researcher”, as a participant.

Metadata of the hacked files of Cedric O, treasurer of Emmanuel Macron’s party, En Marche. Metadata with cyrillics shows that somebody called “Georgi Petrovich Roshka [Георгий Петрович Рошка]” opened them in March 2017.

Marine Le Pen, who received some funds from a Russian bank, accused Macron of having “an offshore account” at a public debate, as did Russian TV. “Emmanuel Macron’s offshore fund”, as “found” in the hacked emails, was uncovered as a fake.

See also https://theins.ru/uncategorized/76960?lang=en , https://www.mediapart.fr/journal/international/020617/la-piste-russe-des-macron-leaks-se-precise

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PAVT 2016

Catalogue of the Russian IT Conference “PaVT”: “Parallel computing technologies”, 2016, Arkhangelsk. Catalogue lists “Georgi Petrovich Roshka [Георгий Петрович Рошка], military unit 26165” as a participant.

Military unit 26165, also known as GRU 85 Main Special Service Center, is dedicated to cryptanalysis.

See TBCA’s ‘Cedric O’ for metadata of the hacked files of Cedric O, treasurer of Emmanuel Macron’s party, En Marche. Metadata with cyrillics shows that somebody called “Georgi Petrovich Roshka [Георгий Петрович Рошка]” opened them in March 2017.

Marine Le Pen, who received some funds from a Russian bank, accused Macron of having “an offshore  account” at a public debate, as did the Russian TV. “Emmanuel Macron’s offshore fund”, as “found” in the hacked emails, was uncovered as a fake.

See also https://theins.ru/uncategorized/76960?lang=en , https://www.mediapart.fr/journal/international/020617/la-piste-russe-des-macron-leaks-se-precise

who_is_who_pavt2016 roshka

Cedric O

Hacked files of Cedric O, the treasurer of Emmanuel Macron’s party, En Marche. Metadata with cyrillics shows that somebody called Georgi Petrovich Roshka [Георгий Петрович Рошка], later identified as an officer of military unit 26165 (also known as GRU 85 Main Special Service Center, dedicated to cryptanalysis), opened the hacked files in March 2017.

Marine Le Pen, who received some funds from a Russian bank, accused Macron of having “an offshore account” at a public debate, as did Russian TV. “Emmanuel Macron’s offshore fund”, “found” in the hacked emails, was uncovered as a fake.

See also https://theins.ru/uncategorized/76960?lang=en , https://www.mediapart.fr/journal/international/020617/la-piste-russe-des-macron-leaks-se-precise

Yakunin’s worldwide network

Full list of foreign (European, US, and also from Asia and Australia) participants in the “Large Families — the Future of Humanity” International Forum, Moscow, 2014 http://www.st-andrew-foundation.org/2014/08/12/international-forum-large-families-the-future-of-humanity-will-be-held-in-moscow/

Evidence that the tickets were paid for by the Foundation of Saint Andrew the First-Called, whose Chairman of the Board of Trustees is Vladimir Ivanovich Yakunin, former head of Russian Railways.

Some of them are well-known, such as European Parliament member and French politician, Aymeric Chauprade, or Ignacio Arsuaga,founder of HazteOir, Spain (an NGO under police investigation since 2017 for “crime of discrimination”).

For more information on Yakunin, see the TBCA’s Ozero cooperative property certificates (TBCA’s list of Yakunin’s affiliated entities abroad).

Russian Railways’ subsidiary, Transrail AG, was also investigated in the Italian money laundering case, Spider Web; see elsewhere on the TBCA.

International Forum _Large Family and Future of Humanity,_ Moscow, Sept 10-11, 2014 - Foreign Participants(1)

 

Affidavit by Dietmar Clodo on Orban’s corruption by the Solntsevo Gang

Clodo-Kopie

An affidavit signed by Dietmar Clodo, German citizen:

“In the 1990s, I lived in Budapest, where I was doing consulting and owned a private security company, SAS. There I met a well-known businessman, Semyon Mogilevich. We established relations of trust, partially because both of us were religious Jews.  In the mid-1990s — actually between 1993 and 1996 — he asked me to hand over cash to various people. One of them was Sándor Pintér [the current Hungarian Minister of Interior Affairs]. At that time, I only knew that he was a senior police officer and that he was working for Mr. Mogilevich. I was officially introduced to him later, after he quit his job with the police. It happened in 1996/1997. Semyon Mogilevich asked me to hand him money, and I did so. It was clear to me that these people were influential. For me, Sándor Pintér was just one out of many corrupt people to whom I handed envelopes containing cash on behalf of Mogilevich.  He and other people used to come to my home on Meggy Utca 19, in the third district of Budapest. They used to take money in envelopes, 10,000 Deutsche Marks each. This practice continued through 1996; later, the money was transferred through somebody else. Once, in the spring of 1994, on the eve of the parliamentary elections, Mogilevich’s interpreter brought me a suitcase containing almost one million Deutsche Marks.

This money was supposed to be handed to a young man.  However, the young man refused to enter my home. I told him: “Listen, I have the suitcase with the damn money, and I am not going to step out onto the street with this cash.  If you refuse to enter, I’ll give the suitcase containing the million back to Mr. Mogilevich. I don’t care.” He went up to my place with another older-looking gentleman, and I handed over the suitcase with cash.  I didn’t care who he was. Only after the parliamentary elections did I realize that the young man was Viktor Orbán from the Fidesz. Mogilevich called it “a crucial contribution to the electoral campaign”. Other people who regularly visited me to collect their fees included László Tonhauzer, who at that time was the head of the Budapest Police Organized Crime Division; former Senior Police Investigator, István Sándor; and László Juszt, an influential media man.

The main reason I was assigned to this money-transfer task was that I had nothing to do with the Russians, and, as the international section chief of the independent Hungarian Commercial and Industrial Chamber, I was seen as a serious man.  I declare, under penalty of perjury, that I have told the truth”.

Regensburg

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