Russia blacklists the same 'NGOs' that finance the SDSM and last year protests
Saturday, 12 March 2016


The Russian Prosecutor Generalís Office has ruled that the National Democratic Institute, chaired by a former US secretary of state, poses a threat to Russian security and constitutional order. It proposed including the NGO on the list of undesirable organizations.


According to NDIís website the group operated in Russia directly since late 1980s. In 2012 it closed its office in the country, but continued to implement its programs through partner organizations.

About a month after the law came into force, Russiaís upper house released a list of foreign organizations it declared undesirable. The list consisted of 12 entries, including such groups as the National Democratic Institute, the US National Endowment for Democracy and the Open Society Institute also known as the Soros Foundation.


As irony would have it, the very first "NGO's" that Moscow banned are the same "NGOs" that directly fund the SDSM since 1992. 

We have reported extensively on this topic, including the fact the Macedonian security services have exgtensive evidence of seven figure funds entering SDSM bank accounts by way of Albright's NDI, NED and Soros as the coup deadline approached. This was also reported by US author and journalist Wayne Madsen, we have provided a link to the article below. By now everyone knows what's Katica Janeva's job and who put her there.


Can Macedonia shut down the Foreign GOs operating in and against the country? Of course not, we are not Russia. Moscow apparently figured out it makes no sense to allow foreign organizations finance political parties, protests and destabilization.


As we mentioned, US journalist Wayne Madsen wrote a superb piece on Macedonia, which we ran last year. Here is an excerpt:


Zaev and Sekerinska are said by Macedonian insiders to be nothing more than fronts for former Prime Minister and President Branko Crvenkovski who continues to head up the SDSM and accept large amounts of largesse from such CIA NGO laundry operations as the National Democratic Institute (NDI), National Endowment for Democracy (NED), Freedom House, and Sorosís Open Society Institute (OSI) to foment a themed revolution against Gruevski's right-of-center VMRO-DPMNE government.

Gruevski, unlike many U.S.-installed and -influenced governments of the region has been reluctant to apply sanctions against Russia over Ukraine. That stance has earned the government in Skopje the enmity of the Obama administration and most notably, Nuland, whose rhetoric echoes leading neo-conservative war hawks such as Republican senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham. In fact, Nulandís husband has the distinction of working as a foreign policy adviser for both McCain and presumptive 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

Read Madsen's article here, it goes much deeper into the rabbit hole.
//Gorazd Velkovski


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