Monday, July 28, 2008

More evidence that those damn Kosovar Albanians want a completely monoethnic state! Oops....

La Julia and her buddies like to claim that Albanians, unlike their "Godly, Christian, open-minded, and tolerant" Serb neighbors, want a super-state in the Balkans that consists only of Albanians. I guess that's why Kosova is letting Chinese, Bulgarians, and others migrate there and open honest, legitimate business, right? Riiiiigggghhhhhttttt.....

(Article from

Chinese and other immigrants call Kosovo home Print
Monday, 21 July 2008
ImageIn one of the neighborhoods of Prishtina, Kosovo, among many other discount stores, there is the store of the Chinese immigrant Lili.
The uniqueness of her discount store is found within the colorfully painted ornaments of mythic Chinese dragons, hanging high all over the store's ceiling, purposely to draw the attention of the customers. Lili, the saleswoman at the store, is only 20 years old. Born in China, she has been living in Prishtina with her family for the last five years.

"I live in Kosova with my family. I like living among Kosovar people; they are peaceful, energetic and tolerant. My legal temporary immigration papers issued by the Kosova authorities give me permission to live and work here,” says Lili speaking in broken Albanian language with a heavy Chinese accent.

To retain her legal temporary employment and residence in Kosovo, Lili explains how she has been continuously in contact with the authorities. She also has a temporary residential card with the work permit.
Because she loves living in Kosovo, Lili plans to apply for Kosovo permanent residency.

The capital of Kosovo is not her first residence since she moved out of China. After many clandestine traveling around Asia and Eastern Europe looking for a better life, her family had finally decided to settle down in Kosovo.

After 1999, Prishtina's shopping centers expanded. Today, among many established business stores run by immigrants, Chinese and Indian shopkeepers are notably the largest. Incidentally, many citizens of Prishtina have already dubbed a section of the city as the future 'Chinatown'.

It is not only Lili's family that has chosen Kosovo as their new home. In the recent years and months, Kosovo has become a new residence for immigrants from many countries.

The recent statistics on immigration, published by the Department of Migration and Foreign Resident Services, shows that during 2007, the largest numbers of immigrants were Turks, Chinese, Bulgarians and Indians.

Legal procedures to enter the Republic of Kosovo are very simple. There is no specific immigration law yet, so a visa is not required. The only requirements are a valid passport and a sponsor who is a citizen of the Republic of Kosovo and can guarantee the residential accommodation along with employment.

Refki Morina, the director of the Department of Migration and Foreign Resident Services, says that "until now the department would issue only a 90-day temporary residence stamp on a required valid passport. Fifteen days before expiration of the temporary residence stamp, foreigners were required to apply for a temporary immigration residential card, explaining the reasons why they want to reside in Kosovo. If temporary immigrants do not respond within 90 days, fines, jail and deportation come into effect and losing the permission to enter Kosovo for a minimum of 3 years to permanently, depending on the case."

The new immigration bill which with follow European Union guidelines, was introduced by the government and is expected to be voted soon by the Parliament of the Republic of Kosovo. The Immigration Law will allow foreign residents who have lived for over 5 years in the Republic of Kosovo to apply for permanent resident status. Procedures included in such applications are fingerprints, an interview and the background check.

For citizens of certain countries, to enter the Republic of Kosovo the law will require a visa, issued by the proper embassy.

Fisnik Rexhepi, adviser to the Minister of Interior Affairs of the Republic of Kosovo, says: "The issue of visas to enter Kosovo will be regulated under a law which will determine whether the citizens of that country will need a visa. Once the law comes into effect, we will inform the respective authorities of all countries."


Vincent Jappi said...

Michael Totten has published a series of reports on




Vincent Jappi said...

Now another article from Michael Totten, on Macedonia :

Please make comments on the New Kosova Reports website :-)

Vincent Jappi said...

A disgusting answer by professional Serb liar Jatras:

Vincent Jappi said...

Rejecting false parallels: Why Kosovo is not South Ossetia (or Abkhazia or Transnistria or northern Cyprus…)

Marko Attila Hoare, Greater Surbiton, 29 November 2007

We are all familiar with a certain dishonest rhetorical tactic: the use of an argument that is objectively ridiculous and that the person making it knows is ridiculous, but that nevertheless can sound impressive to the ears of someone who does not pause to think twice about it. A good example is the claim that we should not recognise Kosovo’s independence lest it set off a chain reaction across the world, with secessionist territories rushing to follow Kosovo’s example by declaring independence. Former Serbian foreign minister Vuk Drašković suggested these would include northern Cyprus, the Basque country, Corsica, Northern Ireland, Scotland, South Ossetia, Chechnya and Taiwan. A superficially more sophisticated older brother of this argument is the one made by Russian President Putin and his supporters: that if Kosovo is allowed unilaterally to secede from Serbia, the same right should be accorded to the Russian-backed breakaway territories of Abkhazia and South Ossetia (formally parts of Georgia) and Transnistria (formally part of Moldova). Both of these arguments are sophisms, and it is worth pausing for a moment to understand all the reasons why.

We can start by rejecting the obvious falsehood that recognising Kosovo’s independence without Serbia’s consent would be an irresponsible act of radicalism equivalent to Prometheus’s revealing the secret of fire to mankind or Pandora’s opening of the box. Unilateral declarations of independence - and unilateral recognition of the independence of secessionist territories by outside powers - are part and parcel of the modern world. It is enough to mention France’s recognition of the independence of the United States in 1778, Britain’s recognition of the independence of Bangladesh in 1972 and Germany’s recognition of the independence of Croatia in 1991 - all of them without the consent of the country against which the wars of American, Bangladeshi and Croatian independence had been fought. None of these actions led to global chaos. Recognising Kosovo’s independence without Serbia’s consent is hardly an action without precedent in international relations.

Nor is it true that the world is covered by dozens or hundreds of potentially separatist territories, all eagerly watching to see what happens with Kosovo before deciding whether themselves to follow its example. We know this is not true, because several of the territories that are usually cited - South Ossetia, Abkhazia, Transnistria and northern Cyprus, in particular - have already unilaterally seceded from their parent countries. The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus formally declared independence in 1983, years before Kosovo attempted to secede from Serbia. Anyone with any knowledge of the chronology of historical events in greater south-eastern Europe knows perfectly well that the acts of secession in question were not in any way inspired by events in Kosovo. In the cases of South Ossetia, Abkhazia and Transnistria, the obvious precedent, in the eyes of the secessionist leaderships, was the secession of the constituent republics of the USSR, to which was coupled their own reluctance to be left in an independent Georgia or Moldova.

Secessionist leaderships, in other words, choose the precedents that suit them. Those South Ossetians, Abkhazians and Transnistrians seeking precedents can cite the recognised secession of Lithuania, Azerbaijan, Croatia, Montenegro, etc. If Kosovo is recognised, they will be able to cite Kosovo as well. But nobody should confuse rhetoric and propaganda with genuine motivation. And it is particularly comical to hear the Russian leadership voice its ‘fears’ of Kosovo setting a precedent, when it was the Russians whose military intervention enabled South Ossetia, Abkhazia and Transnistria to break away from Georgia and Moldova in the first place. That the Russians continued to support the secessionists in question while crushing Chechnya’s bid for independence should be enough for us to dispense with the illusion that their arguments over Kosovo have anything to do with principles over consistency and precedent-setting. They could, if they wish, respond to our recognition of Kosovo’s independence by recognising formally the independence of their Transnistrian and South Caucasian clients - as Turkey has recognised northern Cyprus - but nothing forces them to do this, certainly not their infinitely malleable ‘principles’.

This brings us to the question of whether Kosovo really is fundamentally different from those secessionist countries that we have already recognised - Slovenia, Croatia, Latvia, Georgia, Montenegro, etc. - and fundamentally similar to those we have not - South Ossetia, Abkhazia, Transnistria, Nagorno Karabakh, etc. The answer on both counts is, simply, no. Kosovo is different from the latter territories in terms of its status in the former federation to which it belonged: it was - like Croatia, Slovenia and the other former Yugoslav republics - a constituent member of the Yugoslav federation in its own right. By contrast, Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Nagorno Karabakh were not constituent members of the former Soviet Union. Transnistria was not even an autonomous entity at all. If one applies consistently the principle that all the members of the former federations of the USSR, Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia should have the right to self-determination, then this right belongs to Kosovo.

Furthermore, when Kosovo joined Serbia in 1945, it did so formally of its own free will, by a vote of its provincial assembly. Kosovo was, before Slobodan Milosevic’s abrogation of its autonomy in the late 1980s, already effectively independent of Serbia, which was a composite republic consisting of the two autonomous provinces of Kosovo and Vojvodina and so-called ‘Serbia proper’ - each of which was a member of the Yugoslav federation in its own right, independently of the other two. There is absolutely no reason why the international community should, given the collapse of this federation, automatically assign Kosovo to the possession of an independent Serbia. Since Kosovo joined Serbia in 1945 on the understanding that it was simultaneously part of Yugoslavia, the only reasonable course of action would be to permit Kosovo’s assembly to decide what its status should be in the new circumstances. These new circumstances were, let us not forget, created by the leadership of Serbia’s deliberate and successful campaign to break up Yugoslavia and deprive all Yugoslavs - including the Kosovars - of their common homeland.

Not only is Kosovo not equivalent to Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Transnistria in legal and constitutional terms, but it is not equivalent to them in other respects either. With roughly two million people, Kosovo has a resident population roughly four times the size of Transnistria’s, ten times the size of Abkhazia’s and thirty times the size of South Ossetia’s. It has a larger population than several independent European states, including Estonia, Cyprus, Malta and Iceland (about five times the population of Malta and seven times the population of Iceland, in fact). Furthermore, Kosovo’s population is overwhelmingly Albanian and supportive of independence, and was so even before the exodus of non-Albanians following the Kosovo war in 1999.

By contrast, Abkhazia’s largest nationality was, until the ethnic cleansing operations of the early 1990s, the ethnic Georgians, who outnumbered ethnic Abkhaz by two and a half times, who comprised nearly half the population of Abkhazia and who oppose independence. In South Ossetia, ethnic Ossetians outnumbered ethnic Georgians by two-to-one; still, an independent South Ossetia would be considerably smaller in terms of population and territory than any independent European state except for mini-states like Monaco, Liechtenstein and San Marino. Were their independence recognised, Abkhazia and South Ossetia would in practice become parts of Russia; a vast state would thereby have expanded its borders at the expense of a much smaller state (Georgia). As for Transnistria, its population is somewhat larger than Abkhazia’s or South Ossetia’s, but Moldovans who oppose independence comprise the largest nationality, albeit outnumbered by non-Moldovans two-to-one. And as we noted above, Transnistria’s claim to independence on constitutional grounds is even weaker than Abkhazia’s or South Ossetia’s. One could make a case for the independence of any of these territories, but in terms of constitutional status, population size, national homogeneity and viability, Kosovo’s is by far the strongest.

Modern European history has witnessed the continual emergence of newly independent states that successfully secede from larger entities: roughly in chronological order, these have been Switzerland, Sweden, the Netherlands, Portugal, Greece, Belgium, Luxemburg, Serbia, Montenegro, Romania, Norway, Bulgaria, Albania, Poland, Finland, Czechoslovakia, Ireland, Iceland, Cyprus, Malta, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Belarus, Slovenia, Croatia, Macedonia, Bosnia-Hercegovina, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Montenegro (for the second time). There are, of course, many countries or nations that have failed to secede, or whose secession has not been recognised internationally. The merits of any particular claim to self-determination have to be judged on their own basis.

In supporting Kosovo’s independence, both justice and as many precedents as we care to pick will be on our side. And we can safely ignore the sophisms put forward by hostile governments against us.

This article was published on the website of the Henry Jackson Society.

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realist said...

Taiwan already is independent, and is recognized as such and treated as such the world over, for a very long time. However, nations are just carefuly not to "formally" refer to this independent nation as an independent nation, as not to anger mainland Chinese imperialists.

Anonymous said...

From the

Außenministerium von Dora Bakoyanni

Läuft am 31. Oktober 2008 der Stichtag für die Aussage über Immobilien im Kataster (Ktimatologio) in Griechenland ab.
Ich bin, dass große Mobilität für Aussage über Immobilien im Kataster (Ktimatologio) der Bewohner von Thesprotia existiert, ehemalige Bewohner von Tsamouriá in Thesprotia, ehemalige Chams, heutige Chamsbewohner, Chams von Australien, andere neugierige, ehemalige Begünstigte der Vermögen informiert worden, dessen durch das Gesetz unter Absonderung („meseggyisi ") gesetzt worden sind und nicht ihnen die Ermächtigung von Management, weil sie „vom griechischen Ursprung“ sind, Bürger der alten jugoslawischen Republic- Of Macedoniaehemaligen Bewohner von Nordgriechenland, Parteigänger „des Regenbogens“, ehemalige Bewohner von Mazedonien gegeben worden sind und in Kanada wirklich liegen, das Begünstigte von Immobilien sogar in der Mitte sind von Athen.
Ich fragte einen Rechtsanwaltfreund von mir „, eine was für Scheiße diese Leute wünschen vom Kataster (Ktimatologio) tun“. Er antwortete: „Sie haben alles verloren und, was wichtiger ist, haben sie die zugelassenen Stichtage verloren, um auf das Gericht für die Nichtigkeitserklärung der Absonderung zuzutreffen, die in ihren Zuständen existiert. Jetzt geben sie eine Erklärung im Kataster auf ihren Immobilien ab, die sie behaupten. Die Katasterbeamten weisen sicher die Aussage zurück, wie „unbegründet“, und diese „ausdrückliche oder stillschweigende Ablehnung“ - „durchsetzbares acte“ „acte executoire“ „εκτελεστή διοικητική πράξη“ - ist die einzigen Mittel, einen neuen Stichtag von 60 Tagen zu beginnen (wenige Leute lösen ihn wieder, als in der Vergangenheit) - das für sie öffnet die Türen für Anwendungen der Nichtigkeitserklärung und (nach internen zugelassenen Erholungsorten der Abführung) für das Europäische Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte von Straßburg“.
Ich lachte. „Du bist lustige, manchmal“, den ich sagte.
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O Ministerio de Relacoes exteriois de Dora Bakoyanni

Em 31 outubro 2008 expira o fim do prazo para a indicação de bens imobiliários no cadastro (Ktimatologio) em Grecia.

Eu fui informado que existe mobilidade grande para a indicação de bens imobiliários no cadastro (Ktimatologio) dos residentes de Thesprotia, de residentes anteriores de Tsamouriá em Thesprotia, de homens poderosos anteriores, de residentes de hoje dos homens poderosos, de homens poderosos de Austrália, de outros beneficiários curiosos, anteriores das fortunas de que foram põr pela lei sob o sequestration (“meseggyisi ") e não dados a elas a autorização da gerência porque são “da origem grega”, os cidadãos dos residentes anteriores jugoslavos antigos de Republic Of Macedonia de Greece do norte, partidários “do arco-íris”, residentes anteriores de Macedónia e realmente da residência em Canadá que é beneficiários de bens imobiliários mesmo no centro de Atenas.
Eu perguntei a um amigo meu do advogado “que merda fazem estes povos que querem do cadastro (Ktimatologio)”.
Respondeu: “Perderam tudo e, o que é mais importante, perderam os fins do prazo legais para aplicar-se à corte para o nullification do sequestracao que existe em suas propriedades. Agora fazem uma indicação no cadastro em seus bens imobiliários que reivindicam. Os oficiais do cadastro rejeitarão certamente a indicação como “infundada”, e esta “rejeção” explícita ou tácito - “acte executório” do “executoire” “εκτελεστή διοικητική πράξη” acte - será os únicos meios começar um fim do prazo novo de 60 dias (poucos povos o afrouxarão outra vez, como no perto) - que isso para ele abrirá as portas para aplicações do nullification e (após recursos legais internos da exaustão) para o Tribunal Europeu de Direitos Humanos de Strasbourg”.
Eu ri. “Que engraçado você é, às vezes”lhe eu disse.
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El Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores de Dora Bakoyanni

Expira el 31 de octubre de 2008 el plazo para la declaración de propiedades inmobiliarias en el cadastro (Ktimatologio) en Grecia.
Me han informado que existe la movilidad grande para la declaración de propiedades inmobiliarias en el cadastro (Ktimatologio) de residentes de Thesprotia, los residentes anteriores de Tsamouriá en Thesprotia, los Chams anteriores, los residentes de hoy de los Chams, los Chams de Australia, otros beneficiarios curiosos, anteriores de las fortunas de las cuales han sido puestos por la ley bajo secuestro (“meseggyisi ") y no dados ellas la autorización de la gerencia porque están “del origen griego”, los ciudadanos de los residentes anteriores yugoslavos antiguos de ex Republica de Macedonia de Grecia norteña, partidarios “del arco iris”, los residentes anteriores de Macedonia y realmente residencia en Canadá que es beneficiarios de propiedades inmobiliarias incluso en el centro de Atenas.
Pregunté a amigo mío del abogado una “qué mierda hace a esta gente que quiere del catastro (Ktimatologio)”.
Él contestó: “Han perdido todo y, cuál es más importante, él ha perdido los plazos legales para aplicarse a la corte para la anualación del secuestro que existía en sus estados. Ahora él hace una declaración en el catastro en sus propiedades inmobiliarias que demande. Los funcionarios del catastro rechazarán seguramente la declaración como “infundada”, y este “rechazamiento” explícito o tácito - “acto ejecutorio” “executoire” “εκτελεστή διοικητική πράξη” del acte - será los únicos medios de comenzar un nuevo plazo de 60 días (pocas personas lo soltarán otra vez, como en el pasado) - que eso para él abrirá las puertas para los usos de la anualación y (después de expiraciion de meios legales internos existentes) para el Tribunal Europeo de Derechos Humanos de Estrasburgo”.
Reí. “Qué divertido usted es, a veces” le dijiste.
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Дора Bakoyannis' Министерство Иностранных Дел

31-ого октября 2008 теряет силу краиний срок для заявления недвижимостей в Cadastre (Ktimatologio) в Греция.
Я информирован который существует большая удобоподвижность для заявления недвижимостей в Cadastre (Ktimatologio) резидентов Thesprotia, бывших резидентов Tsamouriá в Thesprotia, бывших Chams, сегодняшних резидентов Chams, Chams Австралия, других любознательних, бывших бенефициантов удачей которых положите законом под секвестрацией («meseggyisi ") и бедным человек дано к им утверждение управления потому что они «греческого начала», граждан стародедовских югославских резидентов Republic Of Macedonia бывших северного Греция, партизан «радуги», бывших резидентов Македония и фактически пребывать в Канада которые бенефицианты недвижимостей даже в центре Афиныы.
Я спросил мому друг законоведа «чему дерьмо делает эти людей хочет от Cadastre (Ktimatologio)». Он ответил: «Они теряли все и, что важне, они потеряли законные краиние сроки для того чтобы примениться к суду для нуллификации секвестрации существуя в их имуществе. Теперь они делают заявление в Cadastre на их недвижимостях которые они требуют. Должностные лица cadastre уверенно излучат заявление как «необоснованно», и этот «сброс» точный или подразумеваемый - «осуществимое acte» «executoire» «εκτελεστή διοικητική πράξη» acte - будет единственными серединами начать новый краиний срок 60 дней (немногие люди будут освобождать его снова, как в в прошлом) - то для их раскроет двери для применений нуллификации и (после курортов высасывания внутренних законных) для Европейского суда по правам человека Страсбург».
Я смеялся над. «Какое смешное вы, иногда» он я сказал.
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Il Ministerio dei Relazioni Exteriori de Dora Bakoyannis

Il 31 ottobre 2008 espira la scadenza per la dichiarazione dei beni immobili nel cadastro (Ktimatologio) in Grecia.
Sono stato informato che esiste una grande mobilità per la dichiarazione dei beni immobili nel cadastro (Ktimatologio) dei residenti di Thesprotia, di ex residenti di Tsamouriá in Thesprotia, di ex Chams, di odierni residenti dei Chams, dei Chams dell'Australia, di altri beneficiari curiosi e ex delle fortune di che sono stati messi dalla legge nell'ambito del sequestro (“meseggyisi ") e non sono stati dati loro l'autorizzazione dell'amministrazione perché sono “dell'origine greca„, cittadini di ex residenti iugoslavi antichi del Republic Of Macedonia della Grecia del Nord, partigiani “dell'arcobaleno„, ex residenti della Macedonia e realmente di risedere nel Canada che è beneficiari dei beni immobili anche nel centro di Atene.
Ho chiesto ad un amico mio avvocato “ché merda fa questa gente que vuole dal catasto (Ktimatologio)„.
Ha risposto a: “Hanno perso tutto e, che cosa è più importante, hanno perso le scadenze legali per applicarsi alla corte per l'annullamento del sequestro che esiste nelle loro proprietà. Ora rilasciano una dichiarazione nel catasto sui loro beni immobili che reclamano. I funzionari del catasto certamente rifiuteranno la dichiarazione come “non fondata„ e questo “rifiuto„ esplicito o tacito - “acta executabile„ “executoire„ “εκτελεστή διοικητική πράξη„ del acte - sarà gli unici mezzi per iniziare una nuova scadenza dei 60 giorni (poca gente la slaccerà ancora, come nel passato) - che quello per loro aprirà i portelli per le applicazioni di annullamento e (dopo que i ricorsi legali interni legali seano esauriti) per la Corte Europea dei Diritti Umani di Strasburgo„.
Ho riso. “Che divertente siete, a volte„ lui che ho detto. Chameria (albanese: Çamëria, Τσαμουριά greco Tsamouriá) è il nome utilizzato da Albanians per la parte della regione litoranea di Epirus in Albania del sud ed in Grecia nordoccidentale. La maggior parte di che cosa è denominato Çamëria è diviso fra la prefettura greca di Thesprotia e la parte del sud di Albania' distretto di s Sarandë. Il nome è di etimologia incerta, ma può derivare dal nome del greco antico del fiume di Thyamis, o dalla tribù antica di Thraco-Illyrian di Sameis. [1] Chameria è stato limitato tradizionalmente al river' valle di s.
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On 31 October 2008 expires the deadline for the statement of real estates in the Cadastre (Ktimatologio) in Greece.
I have been informed that exists big mobility for statement of real estates in the Cadastre (Ktimatologio) of residents of Thesprotia, former residents of Tsamouriá in Thesprotia, former Chams, today’s Chams residents, Chams of Australia, other curious, former beneficiaries of fortunes that have been put by the law under sequestration (“meseggyisi”) and have not been given to them the authorisation of management of because they are of “Greek origin”, Citizens of the ancient Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia former residents of Northern Greece, partisans “of Rainbow”, former residents of Macedonia and actually residing in Canada who are beneficiaries of real estates even in the centre of Athens.
I asked a lawyer friend of mine “what a shit do these people want from the Cadastre (Ktimatologio)”. He answered: “They have lost everything and, what is more important, they have lost the legal deadlines to apply to the Court for the nullification of the sequestration existing in their estates. Now they make a statement in the Cadastre on their real estates that they claim. The cadastre officials will surely reject the statement as “unfounded”, and this “rejection” explicit or tacit - “enforceable acte” “acte executoire” “εκτελεστή διοικητική πράξη” - will be the only means to start a new deadline of 60 days (few people will loose it again, as in the past) - that for them will open the doors for applications of nullification and (after exhaustion internal legal resorts) for the European Court of Human Rights of Strasbourg”.
I laughed. “How funny you are, sometimes” him I said.
Chameria (Albanian: Çamëria, Greek Τσαμουριά Tsamouriá) is the name used by Albanians for part of the coastal region of Epirus in southern Albania and northwestern Greece. Most of what is called Çamëria is divided between the Greek prefecture of Thesprotia and the southern part of Albania's Sarandë District. The name is of uncertain etymology, but may derive from the ancient Greek name of the Thyamis river, or from the ancient Thraco-Illyrian tribe of Sameis.[1] Chameria traditionally was limited to the river's valley.
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Παρασκευή, 26 Σεπτέμβριος 2008

Πατήστε το «Ρωτήστε τη Ντόρα – Η Ντόρα σας απαντά». Ανοίγει ένα τετράγωνο και πετάτε ό,τι θέλετε μέσα. Αν και δεν αναφέρεται τίποτα σχετικά, για λόγους τακτ είναι σωστό να τηρείται κάποια σειρά. Π.χ. 8,00-12,00 «αφελείς ερωτήσεις», 12,00-18,00-Εξωτερική Πολιτική, 18,00-20,00 περί δελφίνων, 20,00-24,00 «Θεσμική εποπτεία του Αγίου Όρους από το Υπουργείο Εξωτερικών» και 24,00-08,00 «επισκέψεις hackers στην κυρία Υπουργό».
Η Υπουργός Εξωτερικών είναι καλή στα επικοινωνιακά τεχνάσματα και καλοδέχεται (το επιτελείο της, όχι η ίδια) τα μηνύματά σας.
Επομένως θα σας συμβούλευα να χρησιμοποιήσετε το «Ρωτήστε τη Ντόρα – Η Ντόρα σας απαντά» σαν ένα τρόπο να αυξήσετε την αναγνωσιμότητα του blog σας. Ένα κλειδί για να ανεβείτε πάνω πάνω στην κατάταξη των μηχανών αναζήτησης και τα blogs σας ή οι ιστοσελίδες σας να μπουν πάνω-πάνω στην κατάταξη των μηχανών αναζήτησης (Google, Altavista κλπ) με την πληκτρολόγηση ορισμένων λέξεων κλειδιών, είναι να ρίχνετε «άγκυρες» μέσω υπερδεσμών σε ιστοσελίδες που ανοίγονται πολύ συχνά.
Συνδεθείτε λοιπόν συχνά με τη Ντόρα Μπακογιάννη και στείλτε της μερικά μηνύματα. Αν έχετε την έμμονη ιδέα ότι δεν πρόκειται να ασχοληθεί με το μήνυμά σας, φορτώστε από το project Gutemberg ολόκληρα online τα βιβλία «Όσα παίρνει ο άνεμος» και «Δον Κιχώτης», ανακατεμένα με διακηρύξεις και διεκδικήσεις των οπαδών του «Ουράνιου Τόξου» (για να γίνει πιο «ενδιαφέρουσα» η ανάγνωση). Τα πετάτε μέσα στο «Ρωτήστε τη Ντόρα – Η Ντόρα σας απαντά» και αν τύχει και περάσετε τα μεσάνυχτα από το κτίριο Βασιλίσσης Σοφίας και Ακαδημίας 1, θα δείτε ότι θα μείνουν φωτισμένα όλα τα δωμάτια του α’ ορόφου. Μάλλον τυχαίο γεγονός θα είναι. Ξαναπροσπαθήστε το, για να βεβαιωθείτε ότι δεν είναι ένα τυχαίο γεγονός. Πάντως σωστό είναι να μην απασχολείτε το Υπουργείο Εξωτερικών που είναι δημόσια υπηρεσία ύψιστης εθνικής ευθύνης. Απασχοληθείτε με το «Ρωτήστε τη Ντόρα – Η Ντόρα σας απαντά», αφού μάλλον απίθανο θα είναι να απασχολεί υπηρεσίες του Υπουργείου για να διαβάζει τα μηνύματά σας.
Ασφαλώς αν σας πει κάποιος ότι το Υπουργείο Εξωτερικών έχει αρμοδιότητα επί του Αγίου Όρους (τηλ. 23770-23230 ή 23314) και ιδιαίτερα με τη Μονή Βατοπεδίου ή Βατοπαιδίου, θα νομίσετε ότι σας κάνει πλάκα. Όμως διαβάζω «Το Άγιο Όρος αποτελεί αυτοδιοίκητο τμήμα του Ελληνικού κράτους, που υπάγεται πολιτικά στο Υπουργείο Εξωτερικών». Δεν σημαίνει τίποτα κακό από αυτά που φαντάζεστε, απλά τώρα που οι δικαστικοί προσπαθούν να ανοίξουν τους λογαριασμούς των μοναχών, που ζουν από καθεστώς αυτονομίας κατοχυρωμένο από διεθνείς συνθήκες, προβλέπω ότι η Υπουργός Εξωτερικών θα θερίσει θύελλες. Πάλι, επαναλαμβάνω, μην απασχολείτε με τα μηνύματά σας το Υπουργείο, πατήστε το σωστό κουμπί που σας είπα προηγουμένως.
Τι έχετε πετύχει με τόσες επισκέψεις στο «Ρωτήστε τη Ντόρα – Η Ντόρα σας απαντά»; Ήδη έχετε απογειωθεί. Ξεπεράσατε σε αναγνωσιμότητα ήδη πολλά blogs, ακόμα και καλά δομημένες ιστοσελίδες. Πιάσατε το νόημα της επιστήμης «Search Engine Optimization».
Ελάτε τώρα να ανεβάσετε περισσότερο ψηλά το blog σας χρησιμοποιώντας ένα Δημόσιο Οργανισμό που δέχεται e-mails πολιτών. Όχι επαναλαμβάνω, το Υπουργείο Εξωτερικών (αφήστε το ήσυχο στην αποστολή του), άλλο. Αν δεν βρείτε κανένα δοκιμάστε το «Ρωτήστε τη Ντόρα – Η Ντόρα σας απαντά».
Φτιάξτε το email σας να έχει την εξής υπογραφή «H IP μου αποτελεί προσωπικό δεδομένο σύμφωνα με την παρ. 3 του άρθρου 2 του Ν.3471/2006» (θυμάστε τότε με τη Vodafone και τις υποκλοπές του 2006. Στον πανικό ψηφίστηκε αυτός ο νόμος που πιάνει και το Ιντερνετ). «..Παρακαλώ μόλις λάβετε το μήνυμά μου γνωρίστε μου α) αν έχετε λάβει άδεια διαχείρισης προσωπικών δεδομένων από την Αρχή Δεδομένων Προσωπικού Χαρακτήρα και β) τι προτίθεστε να κάνετε με την IP μου». Αφού αποθηκεύσετε την υπογραφή αυτή, στείλτε στο Υπουργείο Εξωτερικών ένα e-mail ρωτώντας π.χ. ποιος είναι ο αρμόδιος άμισθος πρόξενος για την περιοχή της Ζανζιβάρης;
Το ερώτημά σας θα καταχωρηθεί στις βάσεις δεδομένων της Δημόσιας Αρχής – χωρίς να μπορεί να αφαιρεθεί η ενοχλητική «ηλεκτρονική υπογραφή» - και θα πυροδοτήσει μια διαμάχη όπως έχει συμβεί π.χ. ανάμεσα σε δύο Διευθύνσεις του Υπουργείου Εξωτερικών που απαρτίζονται από ειδικούς της πληροφορικής διαφόρων γενεών και με διαφορετικά ονόματα διευθύνσεων. Η μία υποστηρίζει την άποψη των ΗΠΑ και της Google, ότι δηλαδή η IP δεν είναι προσωπικό δεδομένο, επομένως δεν χρειάζεται Άδεια της Αρχής (δεν έχουν πάρει χαμπάρι που ψηφίστηκε ο νόμος 3471/2006). Η άλλη υποστηρίζει την άποψη του Ν. 3471/2006 και του αρμόδιου επίτροπου της Ευρωπαϊκής Ένωσης ότι η IP είναι προσωπικό δεδομένο (η Ε.Ε. με μεγάλη χαρά θα έβλεπε την αμερικανική Google δεμένη χειροπόδαρα, ώστε να ευνοηθούν άλλες ευρωπαϊκές αντίζηλες εταιρείες). Όμως εσείς πρέπει να πάρετε απάντηση και τεχνικά δεν υπάρχει τρόπος να διαγραφεί το κομμάτι της υπογραφής του email σας που τους αναστάτωσε.
Περνώντας λοιπόν από την οδό Βασιλίσσης Σοφίας θα δείτε μεταμεσονύκτιες φωταψίες στον 6ο και 7ο όροφο. Τελικά με διάφορες επαφές που θα κάνετε θα είστε σίγουρος για το ποιοι όροφοι θα ξενυχτάνε κάθε βράδι.
Η διαμάχη σε θέματα σχετικά με την ip βρίσκει συνήθως την Υπουργό Εξωτερικών, χωρίς να έχει άποψη, και επομένως ζητείται η γνώμη του Νομικού Συμβούλου, ο οποίος με τη σειρά του θα πεί «μη δίνετε σημασία στα περί προσωπικών δεδομένων, αυτός που τα διαδίδει δεν ξέρει τι του γίνεται». Τώρα γιατί παραμένουν αναπάντητες επιστολές της Αρχής Προστασίας Δεδομένων Προσωπικού Χαρακτήρα προς το Υπουργείο Εξωτερικών, δεν μας το εξηγεί κανείς.
Δοκιμάστε να δείτε σε ποια κατάταξη είστε στη google όταν ψάχνετε ορισμένες λέξεις κλειδιά και θα… μείνετε με ανοιχτό το στόμα (Search engines optimization)!
Αν θέλετε να συνεχίσουμε με άλλα παρόμοια θέματα ή ακόμα και για μεσεγγυημένες περιουσίες ….. Ιρακινών, ζητήστε μου το μέσω του studio a Το διαβάζω.

Υ.Γ. Στις 31 Οκτωβρίου τ.ε. λήγει η προθεσμία για τη δήλωση ακινήτων στο Κτηματολόγιο. Πληροφορούμαι ότι υπάρχει μεγάλη κινητικότητα για δήλωση ακινήτων στο Κτηματολόγιο κατοίκων της Θεσπρωτίας, πρώην κατοίκων της Θεσπρωτίας, πρώην Τσάμηδων, νυν Τσάμηδων, Τσάμηδων της Αυστραλίας, άλλων περίεργων, πρώην δικαιούχων περιουσιών που μπήκαν υπό μεσεγγύηση και δεν τους έχει δοθεί η άδεια διαχείρισης επειδή δεν είναι «ελληνικής καταγωγής», Σκοπιανών πρώην κατοίκων Βόρειας Ελλάδας, οπαδών Ουρανίου Τόξου, πρώην κατοίκων Μακεδονίας και νυν κατοίκων Καναδά και Αυστραλίας και ιδιοκτητών ακινήτων μέχρι και στο κέντρο της Αθήνας. Ρώτησα ένα φίλο μου δικηγόρο «τι σκατά θέλουν αυτοί από το Κτηματολόγιο;». Μου απάντησε: «Έχουν χάσει τα πάντα και κυρίως έχουν χάσει προθεσμίες για να κάνουν αιτήσεις ακυρώσεως. Τώρα κάνουν δήλωση στο Κτηματολόγιο για τα ακίνητα που έχασαν. Το Κτηματολόγιο θα τις απορρίψει ως αβάσιμες, και αυτή η «απόρριψη» ρητή ή σιωπηρή – «εκτελεστή διοικητική πράξη» - θα είναι το πολυπόθητο χαρτί – με νέα προθεσμία 60 ημερών που μάλλον δεν θα τη χάσουν, όπως παλιά - που θα τους ανοίξει τις πόρτες για αιτήσεις ακυρώσεως και (μετά από εξάντληση των εσωτερικών ενδίκων μέσων) για το Ευρωπαϊκό Δικαστήριο Ανθρωπίνων Δικαιωμάτων του Στρασβούργου». Γέλασα. «Τι αστείος είσαι, μερικές φορές» του είπα.


black eagle said...

Jatras you are disgusting!
Shame on you.