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Old November 20th, 2009 #41
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Ganging Up On Switzerland

by Michael S. Rozeff

Swiss banking secrecy has been going down the tubes for years now. It’s now a dead letter. All the other tax havens have fallen or will fall as well. This is an ongoing process whose final outcome is not in doubt.

What does this event mean? It is a significant victory for supra-national or international government. It is a victory for proto–world government. A group of states has ganged up on Switzerland and a number of other smaller governmental units. The group has applied pressures and broken the smaller units.

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Swiss voters defied their Government and clerics yesterday and approved a ban on building minarets — reflecting an alarming hostility to a rising Muslim minority.

Fifty-seven per cent of voters in a referendum supported the direct democracy initiative, which ensured international embarrassment for Switzerland and a backlash in the Muslim world, upon which the country depends for exports.

A large majority of the 27 cantons supported the move, inspired by the Right, with opposition strongest in the German-speaking part of the country. In Geneva, home to United Nations agencies, the voters rejected the initiative by nearly 60 per cent.

Overall turnout was 53 per cent, a relatively low figure by the standards of Swiss democracy. Opponents of the measure saw this as a reflection of apathy among many voters who would not have approved the ban.
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The referendum was initiated by the nationalist Swiss People’s Party (SVP), the largest group in the federal parliament, after residents opposed the construction of a minaret in Langenthal, north of Berne.

The “yes” is the latest act by European voters in support of anti-immigrant parties after electoral successes over the past decade by far-right groups in Austria, the Netherlands and France. A jubilant SVP insisted that the vote had nothing to do with intolerance, only with the imposition of Islamic politics and culture.

“In no case does this impinge on religious freedom,” Oskar Freysinger, a prominent SVP politician, said. “This has nothing to do with the practice of religion.”

The populist vote appalled the Swiss Establishment, which had assumed on the basis of opinion polls that a substantial majority would reject the ban. “This is another blow to the world’s view of Switzerland as a nation of tolerance and civilisation,” a senior Swiss diplomat said.

The Government, the business world and most churches had urged voters to turn down the minaret ban, which they said breached the Swiss Constitution and its guarantees of freedom of religion. The proposal, which is to include a sentence in the Constitution prohibiting the construction of minarets, would only “serve the interests of extremist circles”, the Government said.

After the vote it pledged to respect the outcome. “Muslims in Switzerland are able to practise their religion alone or in community with others and live according to their beliefs just as before,” a statement said.

Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf, the Justice Minister, said that the vote reflected a fear of Islamic fundamentalism, but the ban was “not a feasible means of countering extremist tendencies”. “I am assuming our trade relations with other countries will become more difficult,” she said.

The vote reflected the strong feeling against Muslims, whose numbers have grown over the past 20 years to about 350,000 or 4 per cent of the population. Most are from Turkey and the Balkans. Only four modest-sized or small minarets exist in Switzerland, where there are about 150 prayer houses. None is used to call the faithful to prayer.

Hans-Rudolf Merz, the Swiss President, had sought to reassure the nation before the vote. “Muslims should be able to practise their religion, and have access to minarets in Switzerland too, but the call of the muezzin will not sound here,” he said.

The SVP used the issue as an assault on what it depicts as the inroads of political Islam in Switzerland, including Sharia practices and oppression of women. “We just want to stop further Islamisation in Switzerland,” Walter Wobmann, head of a committee backing the initiative, said after the vote.

The SVP’s campaign used posters that depicted a burka-clad woman and a Swiss flag bristling with menacing minarets. The party also exploited heavily in its campaign a remark by Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish Prime Minister, describing minarets as the “bayonets of Islam”.

The vote was in sharp contrast to opinion polls, which predicted that between 53 per cent and 54 per cent would reject the proposal.

Ulrich Schlüer, an SVP parliamentarian who drafted the initiative, told The Times that he had been certain of victory. “We are still at the beginning of the process. We compare our situation to Germany, France or England — the problems they have in their suburbs,” he said. “That is what we do not want here.”

The SVP rejects the Government’s view that a ban would breach the law on freedom of religion. “This is not against Islam. The minaret is a symbol of political power,” Mr Schlüer said.

The Swiss political world is worried at the prospects of a worldwide Muslim backlash of the kind that hit Denmark after a newspaper published cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.

“Swiss-made”, the most trusted brand in the world, is at stake, business leaders said. Gerold Bührer, president of the Swiss Business Federation, reminded the country that it earned £10 billion a year from Muslim countries and that Geneva alone received 174,500 visits from the Gulf last year.

Last night about 300 people protested outside the Parliament building in Berne. In front of a model of a minaret they held up signs saying: “This is not my Switzerland”. A young woman pinned to her jacket a piece of paper saying: “Swiss passport for sale”.

Amnesty International said that the vote would probably be overturned by the Swiss supreme court or the European Court of Human Rights.

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/new...cle6936802.ece
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GENEVA -- Swiss police have cut a large heroin smuggling route, that saw 42 kilograms of the drug transferred from Kosovo to Switzerland in five months.

14 traffickers, including 13 ethnic Albanians and one Austrian citizen "of Kosovo origin" were arrested, along with a Spanish national, Switzerland's state broadcaster TSR is reporting today.

Police said that the heroin came from the town of Peć in western Kosovo and that it was sold in Lausanne, Zurich, and Neuchatel in Switzerland.

During each trip, the report said, the suspects smuggled in more than 12 kilograms of the drug, while one of them was in charge of collecting the money for the bosses of the operation, based in Kosovo.

The purity of the drug was 33 percent, the report said – "three times more than what addicts consume".
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Old January 9th, 2010 #44
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Old January 9th, 2010 #45
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Swiss politics is interesting in that it is so decentralized. I have heard that the Swiss confederation even acted as a model for the United States. In local elections voting is done by simply a show of hands in the local village hall or in the open air. In 1978, the region of Jura actually seceded from the jurisdiction of Bern and technically from Switzerland, to be later readmitted in its own right.

This could only happen because Switzerland is not really a single country, but a confederation of largely autonomous "cantons" – 26 in all – and these cantons compete amongst each other, such as in providing the most favourable business and tax climate. A visit to the site comparis.ch will show that one of the choices the Swiss people have is the amount of tax they pay.

As one example, the canton of Obwalden formerly had one of the higher tax rates, but to compete brought it down to a flat 10% – though cantons Zug and Schwyz are better known for their low taxes. In the south, cantons Vaud, Geneva and the Italian-speaking Ticino are currently lowest. Also, it is perfectly possible for any reasonably wealthy person to cut a special deal with a canton for a much lower rate. In fact, the wealthier the better – the lack of social envy and its politics is unusual and noteworthy.
 
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Doo-gooder Elisabeth Gilson is Hell-bent on shoehorning 2 Kwantanamo guest Uighurs (pronounced: Wiggers) into Switzerland

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...Die US-Anwältin wollte mit ihrem Besuch die Aufnahme der beiden Brüder im Jura vorantreiben. Der Kanton hatte sich bereits offen dafür gezeigt, Bahtiyar und Arkin Mahnut aufzunehmen, die seit acht Jahren im Gefangenenlager auf Kuba festsitzen. Er kann ihnen eine Aufenthaltsbewilligung geben...
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...the canton of Obwalden formerly had one of the higher tax rates, but to compete brought it down to a flat 10% – though cantons Zug and Schwyz are better known for their low taxes. In the south, cantons Vaud, Geneva and the Italian-speaking Ticino are currently lowest...
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...Im Ranking nehmen sechs Kantone europaweit die Spitzenposition ein. Die Kantone Appenzell Ausserrhoden und Obwalden besteuern dabei Unternehmen besonders niedrig. Es folgen die Kantone Schwyz, Nidwalden, Zug und Schaffhausen. Weltweit ist die effektive Steuerbelastung nur in Hongkong geringer als in diesen Kantonen...
...Six cantons rank highest, in Europe (lowest taxes). The cantons Appenzell Ausserrhoden and Obwalden tax businesses especially low. Cantons Schwyz, Nidwalden, Zug and Schaffhausen follow. Worldwide, Hong Kong has a bottom line lower rate than all of the aforementioned cantons...

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...Although, Germany reduced tax on business most dramatically, she remains at the bottom end of our ranking...
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150 Millionen Dollar für Holocaust-Überlebende?

Aktualisiert am 08.02.2010

Mit einem Bankenvergleich von 1,25 Milliarden Dollar ging für die Schweiz der Konflikt um die nachrichtenlosen Vermögen zu Ende. Für das noch nicht verteilte Geld gibt es Vorschläge.

http://www.tagesanzeiger.ch/schweiz/...story/10859378

Rund 150 Millionen Dollar, die aus dem Bankenvergleich von 1998 übrig geblieben sind, sollen nach Meinung von Stuart Eizenstat an bedürftige Überlebende des Holocausts verteilt werden. Wie Eizenstat, Sonderbeauftragter der amerikanischen Regierung in Holocaust-Fragen, in einem Interview mit der jüdischen Zeitschrift «Tachles» erklärte, hat er dies in einem Brief an Richter Korman angeregt, der für den Vergleich zuständig ist.

Mit dem Bankenvergleich war im August 1998 der Streit zwischen der Schweiz und jüdischen Organisationen um nachrichtenlose Vermögen auf Konten von Holocaust-Opfern beigelegt worden. Die Grossbanken UBS und CS zahlten 1,25 Mrd. Dollar in einen Fonds, wofür alle Klagen fallen gelassen wurden. Bis Ende 2009 waren davon 1086 Millionen an insgesamt 451'770 berechtigte Personen ausgezahlt worden.

Da rund ein Viertel der Holocaust-Überlebenden in den USA in Armut oder in höchst bescheidenen Verhältnissen lebten - und New York seien es sogar über ein Drittel - solle der Rest des Vergleichs an sie verteilt werden, riet Eizenstat. Er hatte schon in den Neunzigerjahren im Streit um die Rolle der Schweiz im Zweiten Weltkrieg die amerikanische Regierung vertreten.

Mehr Geld für Konteninhaber

Allerdings gibt es noch andere Vorschläge für die Verwendung des restlichen Vergleichsbetrages. Helen Juntz, ein Mitglied der früheren Bergier-Kommission, die das Verhalten der Schweiz im Zweiten Weltkrieg untersuchte, hat laut Eizenstat eine Aufstockung der Gelder für Inhaber nachrichtenloser Konten vorgeschlagen.

Von der 1,25 Mrd.-Dollar-Vergleichssumme waren 800 Millionen für die Befriedigung von Ansprüchen auf nachrichtenlose Vermögen reserviert worden. Bis Ende 2009 wurden 570 Millionen an über 17'800 Antragsteller ausbezahlt. Juntz vertritt die Ansicht, dass die Konten mehr wert waren als im Vergleich definiert.
 
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"Gaddafi weighs up options in light of Switzerland's no entry sign
Leader among Tripoli officials slapped with Europe-wide travel ban as relations with Berne take turn for worse
Ian Black, Middle East editor
guardian.co.uk, Wednesday 10 March 2010 11.57 GMT"

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi is mired in a spat with Switzerland that has led to a Europe-wide travel ban for the African country's top officials. Photograph: Nacho Doce/Reuters

In the bad old days before Muammar Gaddafi cleaned up his act, international isolation and confrontation with the west were a normal state of affairs for Libya. But now the Jamahiriya – the "state of the masses" – is mired in an embarrassing crisis with Switzerland that has escalated into a Europe-wide travel ban for the country's leaders and top officials.

From Gaddafi downwards, no senior Libyan is allowed to visit the Schengen area, the 25-country passport-free zone that includes most EU member states, as well as non-EU Switzerland.

The trouble began in 2008 over the arrest in Geneva of Gaddafi's son Hannibal on charges, later dropped, of mistreating two domestic employees. Libya retaliated by arresting two Swiss men on visa charges, cutting oil supplies and withdrawing billions of dollars from Swiss banks. A controversial public apology by the Swiss president failed to end the affair.

Switzerland struck another blow by banning 188 named Libyans, in effect the country's entire ruling elite. Other Schengen members were required to follow suit. Italy protested, suggesting it valued its relations with Libya, its main energy supplier, more highly than its Alpine neighbour. In mid-February Libya hit back by stopping issuing visas for Schengen nationals.

Diplomats say a solution would probably involve dropping the Swiss blacklist in exchange for the freedom of Max Goeldi, the remaining Swiss national in prison in Tripoli. But there is no deal in sight.

Britain, ironically, is unaffected because it has an opt-out from Schengen and controls its own borders. Given its past, deeply-troubled relations with Libya, from support for the IRA to the Lockerbie bombing, there is relief in Whitehall that the UK is not involved. No one wants lucrative business opportunities to be lost because of another overreaction by the famously mercurial colonel.

The problem was sufficiently worrying for Libya's man in London, Omar Jelban, to convene a rare press conference at the Knightsbridge offices of the people's bureau (embassy) to "clarify" Tripoli's position. "It is now difficult for any EU citizen to come to Libya," he said on Tuesday, insisting that Libya had been forced to take reciprocal action because of Swiss bad faith. "We are ready to resolve this problem with the Swiss. This is a bilateral issue that has nothing to do with other European countries."

Libya wants arbitration to settle the dispute. Spain, which holds the EU presidency, is doing its bit. So is the European commission, which spent months trying to defuse an earlier crisis over Bulgarian medics convicted of trying to infect Libyan children with HIV.

This latest affair shows alarming signs of getting out of hand. The Hannibal problem was compounded when the Swiss voted in a referendum to ban minarets. Last month, Gaddafi used a speech on the birthday of the prophet Muhammad to call for "jihad" against Switzerland and to lambast it as an "infidel and obscene state which destroys mosques". Clarification quickly followed that he didn't mean a real war but rather a "struggle" on many fronts. But more damage had been done by his theatrics.

"The leader's speech reflects the anger of the Muslim people against the Swiss decision to ban minarets," explained Jelban. "This was seen as an insult to their religious beliefs and symbols. There are many ways of jihad." Libya then announced a total trade and economic boycott of Switzerland.

Tripoli then opened a second front, after a US state department spokesman asked about the threat to the Swiss, made a flippant remark about Gaddafi's speeches "not necessarily (making) a lot of sense". On Tuesday, Tripoli got the public apology it had demanded from Washington after bluntly warning US oil companies that billions of dollars worth of investments could be at risk.

"I should have focused solely on our concern about the term 'jihad', which has since been clarified by the Libyan government," said the chastened spokesman, PJ Crowley. "I regret that my comments have become an obstacle to further progress in our bilateral relationship."

Gaddafi-watchers say the key to understanding these rows with the Swiss and the Americans is his acute sense of personal honour – the slight to his son, his family and to himself. In reflective moments, Libya's diplomats must sometimes hark back to simpler times before their leader abandoned terrorism and weapons of mass destruction and came in from the cold."

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Thumbs up Nigerian dope dealer facing deportation from Switzerland goes on hunger strike, dies.

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Switzerland has halted special flights to deport asylum seekers after a Nigerian man on hunger strike died on the tarmac at Zurich airport.
Swiss police say they had shackled the 29-year-old man, who was being forcibly deported along with 15 other Nigerians whose asylum bids had been rejected.
When he fell ill on Wednesday the police took off his shackles and a doctor tried in vain to revive him.
Swiss authorities have launched an investigation into the incident.
Police said they had shackled the man because he had resisted deportation.
Two Nigerian witnesses quoted by the Swissinfo news website accused the police of inhumane treatment.
"They treated us like animals," said one, called Emmanuel.
"They shackled our feet, knees, hands, hips, arms and torso and made us wear a helmet like those worn by boxers. It was simply impossible to move," he said.
The man who died was a drug-dealer who had been on hunger strike for several days.
It is the third such death in Switzerland since 1999.
Last year there were 43 special repatriation flights from Switzerland, deporting some 360 people, mostly to the Balkans or Africa, Swissinfo reports.
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Apr 21, 2010

A human rights group is suing a Swiss newspaper for denying there was a Serb genocide of Bosnian Muslims in the town of Srebrenica in 1995.

Fadila Memisevic, of the Bosnian branch of the Germany-based Society for Threatened Peoples, said her organization filed suit jointly Monday with the Swiss Association Against Impunity, TRIAL, in Lausanne. Swiss law prohibits genocide denial.

The semimonthly La Nation recently published a series of articles claiming that 2,000 soldiers were killed in the “pseudo-massacre” in Srebrenica.

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Just like the jews the Bosnian muslim swine and their morally bankrupt supporters need laws to keep their lies safe from total demolition.
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Anne Frank “revisionist” fined

A former regional president of the far-right Party of Nationally Oriented Swiss has been fined just over SFr10,000 ($9,500) for claiming Anne Frank’s diary was a fake.
In June 2009 the 22-year-old ex-leader of the Basel branch of the extremist party had written an article called “The lies around Anne Frank”, in which he branded the diary of the young Jewish girl a “historical lie”.

The young man has been fined for racial discrimination.

He referred to an article published in 1980 in the German news magazine Der Spiegel, which questioned the authenticity of the diary.

The Spiegel article mentioned an expert’s report by the German Federal Criminal Police. The same authority led an investigation in 2006 which cleared all doubts on the diary’s authenticity.

The president of the Basel court said the accused had infringed the federal law against racism and his assertions were like a slap in the face of the victims.

Anne Frank died aged 15 in March 1945 in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, having lived most of her life in Amsterdam. From July 1942 to August 1944 she and her family lived in hiding in a secret annex. Anne kept a diary, which was found and published after her death."

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Volksinitiative für den Beitritt der Schweiz zur Uno: Nationalrat Remo Gysin, SP/BS, im März 2000 bei der Einreichung der Initiative:

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