In Profile : LINKS, London Information Network on Conflicts and State Building


links of london controlling mass immigration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Creating displacement for all the profit to be made from desperate people

Today Europe stands on the precipice of being overrun with refugees according to the corporate media. A closer look shows that far from an influx of refugees, what is happening is an influx of wealthy and fanatical Muslims from across the Middle East as the Sunni move to absorb the Shia of Syria, and, positioning the other nation of Shia Muslims, Iran, into the scapegoat position for nuclear attack upon the West as the secret script behind Obama’s Nuclear deal with Iran

LINKS of London is a network dealing with all things conflict and the spill out of people that always accompanies military action. If the corporate empire is to have its global multicultural agenda fulfilled, then it had to ensure it not only controlled the military planning of war it also needed to fully control the movement of people in order such movement would satisfy its global diluting of cultures and race.

Not unlike the forced movement of European Jews into Israel during the Second World War, with outright persecution of those bloodlines not acceptable to the controlling faction of Zionism, which birthed the concentration camps of the Third Reich to select out the Israelites from those the Bible calls the Synagogue of Satan, today we find the same mechanic playing out as the corporate empire of the bankers moves its operatives, for administration roles and for those that will ensure civil unrest, so they can activate the emergency statutory powers in all nations and place the entire globe under full military control.

They want the planned Third World War to depopulate the earth, China is the opposition the cabal have in mind to satisfy the wests desire for war, hence the reason industry and assets have moved east since the 1970s :

Moves to attack Iran have been active for a long time, and, with all the serious players involved. When it comes to pre war preparations, countries have to be teased or indeed forced to the will of the war chiefs. London Information Network On Conflicts And State Building (LINKS), is the perfect organisation to open the door for an insight into the real game called global control, especially so in the creation of displaced persons, be that through war, famine, austerity, or all three. It is upon such information that the idea of charitable intervention takes on a whole new meaning, what becomes manifest is an arena for the creation of the Indentured Servant. Servants to be shipped wherever those controlling this operation deem fit, in order their servant serves not the country in which they may find themselves as an immigrant, but those to whom they are contracted to indentured servitude.

British non-governmental organisation provides information on conflict and state-building in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, North Cyprus, Turkey and Ukraine. This report was first put together in 2009, as I put it together again we find some links are no longer available.
Here we have a company which had a website with the address clearly showing offices within the Adelphi complex.
095. Adam House: Links London; Address

This operation is a monster and very involved in the Caucasus area in the aftermath of the Armenian conflict.

Its staff :

Directors 
Stephen Nash CMG
Dennis Sammut (Executive Director)
George Simonishvili

International Advisory Council 
Audrey Glover CMG (Chair)
Bruce Clark
Professor John Darby
Laura Le Cornu
Professor Christopher Mitchell
Professor Kazbeg Sultanov
Andrew Wilson
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LINKS says of itself :
Caucasus Region
About Us

LINKS was established in London in June 1997 by a group of initiators who had in the previous decade been involved in different capacities in the exciting processes of change that took place in East and Central Europe and the former Soviet Union at the end of the cold war. These changes, whilst opening tremendous new opportunities for the people of these countries, also presented them with tough challenges and difficult choices.

From the outset LINKS declared objectives were to work closely with the people in these societies in order to bring about the peaceful resolution of the conflicts that erupted in the period of transition and to work to promote democratic state-building and sustainable economic progress.

Throughout the last six years LINKS has sought to work in partnership with the people of the countries and regions in which we were active. This involved particularly work with elected parliaments and local governments, and close interaction with civil society. We have also maintained good dialogue with the governments of the countries in which we operated.

LINKS work over the last six years has concentrated mainly on the countries of the former Soviet Union, with a particular reference to the region of the Caucasus where it has developed an impressive network of contacts right through society and where its expertise on some of the complex issues of the region is now widely recognised. LINKS has worked to promote dialogue between different sides in conflict, as well as to promote innovative ideas for long-term solutions. Our work has also involved support for the fragile but encouraging democratic state-building processes in the countries of the South Caucasus, as well as in other parts of Europe and Eurasia. We are proud to have been part of this process in this defining period for the nations of the region.

We strongly believe that this is not a one-way process. For this reason we have sought to make the issues that are of interest and concern to the countries that we operate in better known in Britain, Europe and beyond, through meetings, publications and the media. We have also acted as a resource to legislators and decision makers in the belief that a well-informed decision is likely to be much better than an ill-informed one.

You can clearly see here Armenia has a strategic importance for NATO as it borders Iran, so we feel they have removed their website because the last thing they want is focus to this area at this particular point in time.
Source (broken link)

We find Georgia also under the influence of LINKS along with Azerbaijan :

The heads of the delegation of the three south Caucasus parliaments left, Mr Siyavoush Novruzov of Azerbaijan, Mr Vakhtang Kolbaia of Georgia, and Mr Tigran Torosyan of Armenia
The heads of the delegation of the three south Caucasus parliaments left, Mr Siyavoush Novruzov of Azerbaijan, Mr Vakhtang Kolbaia of Georgia, and Mr Tigran Torosyan of Armenia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We find London and the Labour government holding a delegation (below) :

Parliamentarians from Armenia and Georgia (left) with members of the House of Commons and the House of Lords at a reception in their honour hosted by the Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons, Rt Hon Sir Alan Haselhurst, London, June 2002
Parliamentarians from Armenia and Georgia (left) with members of the House of Commons and the House of Lords at a reception in their honour hosted by the Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons, Rt Hon Sir Alan Haselhurst, London, June 2002

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Given the recent conflict between Russia and Georgia, we can now see that to claim innocence in this by the UK government is looking rather tetchy at best.
LINKS also involved in the signing of SCPI (below) :

links of london

 

 

 

 

 

 

The signing of the memorandum (left) establishing SCPI as an ongoing process, Tblisis, 13 May 2003
Under current programmes we find (below) :

Democratic state-building process and European integration Support for the democratic state-building process in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia, including work with the parliaments of the three countries, engagement with the electoral process and the development of civil society.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Democratic state-building process and European integration
Support for the democratic state-building process in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia, including work with the parliaments of the three countries, engagement with the electoral process and the development of civil society.

LINKS is also committed to work with the three countries to assist their process of integration into the wider European family.

LINKS spreading their influence :

Peaceful resolution of conflicts in the Caucasus

 

 

 

 

 

 

Peaceful resolution of conflicts in the Caucasus
Support for the peaceful resolution of conflicts in the Caucasus, with particular reference to the conflicts in Abkhazia, Nagorny Karabakh, South Ossetia and Chechnya
In 2003 we find this taking place in Scotland :

Meeting of the Plenary Assembly of the South Caucasus Parliamentary Initiative, Scotland, 16-20 December 2003

Tuesday, 16 December:
a.m. Arrival of Delegations at Edinburgh Airport, transfer to Radisson Hotel, Royal Mile, (formerly Crowne Plaza Hotel)
16.30 Meeting of the SCPI Presidium, Radisson Hotel, Board Room
20.00 Informal Dinner

Wednesday, 17 December:
09.00 Breakfast
10.00 Opening Session of the Assembly of SCPI Hon George Reid MSP The Presiding Officer (Speaker) of the Scottish Parliament Sir Brian Fall UK Government Special Envoy to the South CaucasusThe Heads of Delegation of the Parliaments of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia

10.45 Coffee Break
11.15 Plenary Session One Representatives of International Organisations Report of LINKS on the work of SCPI and future prospects Discussion

13.00 Lunch
14.00 Report of the Presidium of SCPI on the future work of SCPI Discussion and Resolutions
16.00 Departure to the Scottish Parliament Courtesy Call by the Heads of Delegation on the Presiding Officer (Speaker) of the Scottish Parliament Visit to the Parliament (All delegations) Group Photo
18.00 Reception in honour of the participants of the Plenary Assembly of the South Caucasus Parliamentary Initiative hosted by the Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament, the Hon George Reid MSP

20.00 Dinner at the Tower, Museum of Scotland
Thursday, 18 December
08.30 Departure of Armenian and Azerbaijani Delegations to Speyside
10.00 Meeting of Georgian Delegation with Scottish Business leaders (tbc)
12.30 Armenian and Azerbaijani Delegations arrive at the Craigellachie Hotel Speyside Buffet Lunch
12.30 Lunch in Honour of the Georgian Delegation hosted by Edinburgh City Council (tbc)
13.30 Georgian Delegation departs to Speyside
13.30 Armenian-Azerbaijani Roundtable meeting on Peace and Conflict Issues at the Craigellachie

Hotel
16.30 Georgian Delegation arrives at the Dowans Hotel in Aberlour, Speyside
19.30 Dinner for all delegations at the Craigellachie Hotel, Speyside

Friday, 19 December
10.00 Meeting of the General Assembly of SCPI Adoption of the Programme of Work of the Georgian Presidency of SCPI Adoption of resolutions (if any) Concluding Remarks

12.00 Press Briefing
12.30 Informal Lunch
13.45 Departure to RAF Base Display of search and rescue capability and support to civil authorities in case of natural disasters

Football match: SCPI vs Scottish selection
17.00 Return to Hotel
19.30 Scottish Evening hosted by the Glenfiddich Distillery Official Ceremony of the handing over of the rotating presidency of SCPI to the Georgian Parliament

Saturday, 20th December
a.m. Departure of delegations to the South Caucasus from Aberdeen Airport
Given the recent conflict between Georgia and South Ossetia we can see the propagandist line would show failure, yet was not the conflict to place LINK and the networks it represents yet further into the Caucasus readying for the coming attack on Iran?

The removal of the LINKS website has to have a bearing on the Iran issue, of that I am convinced.
The site from which the above information is taken is of itself strange with many links not working, why would this be so for such an important operation as LINKS?

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What goes on here?
The above site has the address :
55, Bondway, London SW8 1SJ, UK Tel: (44) 20 7735 2080; e-mail: links_london@msn.com
LINKS And NATO
108. Adam House: Links London With NATO

LINKS is also involved in energy :
The Ankara Forum on Energy and Energy Security International Relations Department of TOBB-University of Economics and Technology, in cooperation with London Information Network on Conflict and State-Building (LINKS) and Economic Policy Research Foundation of Turkey (TEPAV), has established an Energy Discussion Group called The Ankara Forum on Energy and Energy Security to generate debate on challenging energy-related issues.

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Another operation connected to LINKS working in the Caucasus and globally in conflict areas is :

Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre

 

 

Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre
The Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC), established in 1998 by the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), monitors conflict-induced internal displacement worldwide. The country pages of its website contain current news and recent reports, current as well as archived Internal Displacement Profiles, further links and maps. Languages: English, partly French
IDMC says of itself

The Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC), established in 1998 by the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), is the leading international body monitoring conflict-induced internal displacement worldwide.

Through its work, the Centre contributes to improving national and international capacities to protect and assist the millions of people around the globe who have been displaced within their own country as a result of conflicts or human rights violations.

At the request of the United Nations, the Geneva-based IDMC runs an online database providing comprehensive information and analysis on internal displacement in some 50 countries. Based on it’s monitoring and data collection activities, the Centre advocates for durable solutions to the plight of the internally displaced in line with international standards. The IDMC also carries out training activities to enhance the capacity of local actors to respond to the needs of internally displaced people (IDPs). In its work, the Centre cooperates with and provides support to local and national civil society initiatives. IDMC Donors 2009

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links doners

 

 

 

 

Donors : 2000
In 2000, the following donors have contributed towards the Global IDP Project :
Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Canada
Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Swedish International Development Agency

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Switzerland
Department for International Development (DFID-UK)
International Development and Research Centre, Canada
Norwegian Church Aid World Vision International
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
World Food Programme (WFP)
Organization for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
Private donors

2001
In 2001, the following donors have contributed towards the Global IDP Project :
Government of Canada
Government of Denmark
Government of Italy
Government of the Netherlands
Government of Norway
Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA)
Government of Switzerland
Department for International Development (DFID)-UK ECHO
Save the Children-UK
WHO

2002
Donors1 % Income USD2
Norway MFA 28% 149,798
United Kingdom DFID 13% 70,510
Sweden SIDA 12% 61,939
Canada DFAIT 11% 56,191¨Denmark MFA 10% 54,069
Italy MFA 10% 50,000
Netherlands MFA 8% 40,000
Switzerland MFA 6% 30,000
Norwegian University for Science and Technology 1% 6,405
UNHCR 1% 5,0000

Total income 2002 100% 523,912
Shortfall contribution covered by Norwegian Refugee Council: 250,108.71
1 WHO’s contribution in 2001 cover also activities carried out in 2002. 2 Contributions recorded at the exchange rate of day received.

2003
Donors % Income USD*
Norway MFA 25.36% 180,993.00
United Kingdom DFID 14.27% 101,883.00
Sweden SIDA 12.65% 90,268.00
Denmark MFA 11.90% 85,000.00
Australia AusAID 8.14% 58,095.00
Italy MFA 6.38% 45,581.00
Netherlands MFA 6.16% 44,000.00
Canada DFAIT** 6.89% 49,162.00
Switzerland MFA 4.20% 30,000.00
Luxembourg MFA 2.33% 16,654.00
Norwegian University for Science and Technology 1.00% 7,104.00
UNHCR NGO Liaison Unit 0.70% 5,000.00

Total income 2003 100% 713,740.00
Shortfall contribution covered by Norwegian Refugee Council 110,421.94
Contributions recorded at the exchange rate of the day received and the pledged contribution to the rate 31,12,2003
Of this amount USD 13,521 are pledged and will be received by March 2004
The Global IDP Project also received a contribution of USD 30,000 for training workshops in the Democratic Republic of Congo from the IDP Unit of the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). This contribution was forwarded to, and spent by, the NRC Office in the DRC, which jointly organised the training with the Project.

2004
Donors % Income USD*
Norway MFA 21.62% 220,258.63
Sweden SIDA 12.92% 131,845.76
United Kingdom DFID 11.17% 113,936.71
United States USAID 9.80% 100,000.00
Denmark MFA 8,99% 91,647.15
Netherlands MFA 7,74% 79,000.00
Australia AUSAID 6,73% 68,664.13
Canada FAC 5,21% 53,196.26
Oak Foundation 3.73% 38,083.63
Luxembourg MFA 2,45% 25,002.89
NRC Olso for training services 1,43% 14,619.18
UNHCR NGO Liaison Unit 0,98% 10,000.00
UNHCR Jordan 0,78% 7,975.00
IOM Jordan 0,78% 7,950.13
Norwegian University for Science and Technology 0,75% 7,619.44
South Africa MFA 0,71% 7,198.12
NRC Sudan for training services 0.65% 6,637.22

Total income 2004 100% 1,020,241.10
Shortfall contribution covered by the Norwegian Refugee Council 47,276.91
*Contributions recorded at the exchange rate of the day received

2005
Donors % Income USD
United Kingdom DFID 18.54% 279,119.73
Norway  MFA 15.83% 238,330.48
Australia AusAID 15.40% 231,876.97
Sweden  SIDA 11.41% 171,788.13
Canada DFAIT 7.02% 105,655.07
United States of America USAID 6.64% 100,000.00
Denmark MFA 5.35% 80,557.54
Netherlands MFA 4.65% 70,000.00
Netherlands Stichtung Vluechteling 4.39% 66,042.58
Italy MFA 3.16% 47,592.18
Switzerland MFA 2.76% 41,621.57
Oak Foundation 2.64% 39,815.26
South Africa MFA 0.99% 14,978.34
UNHCR NGO Liaison Unit 0.66% 10,000.00 NRC Uganda * 0.54% 8,070.00

Total income 2005 100% 1,505,447.85
Surplus carried forward (192212.77)
Contributions for training services

2006
Donors % Income USD
United Kingdom DFID 17.10% 335,212.71
Norway MFA 16.71% 327,573.49
UNCHR Cluster funding from Norwegian
MFA (until March 31, 2007) 14.03% 275,000.00
Australia AusAID 11.29% 221,350.54
Sweden SIDA 9.70% 190,073.64
Denmark MFA 6.79% 133,119.00
Canada DFAIT 7.02% 105,655.07
United States of America USAID 0.00% 0.00
Netherlands MFA 3.57% 70,000.00
Netherlands Stichtung Vluechteling 3.40% 66,720.00
Italy MFA 2.71% 53,177.35
Oak Foundation 0.00% 0.00
Switzerland MFA 1.98% 38,825.00
Luxembourg MFA 1.67% 32,707.84
IDD OCHA IDP data collection consultancy 1.63% 32,000.00
Switzerland MFA for training workshops 1.00% 19,679.59
South Africa MFA 0.60% 11,843.47 UNDP (for training workshops) 0.53% 10,462.00
UNDP (for NGO training) 0.51% 10,000.00 UNHCR  NGO Unit 0.51% 10,000.00

Total income 2006 100% 1,960,046.95
Surplus of 2005 contributions carried forward into 2006 192,212.77 Amount received for cluster funding for Jan-March 2007-115,163.42 Total income 2,037,096.30

2007
Donors % Income USD
Norway MFA 21.39% 541,361
United Kingdom DFID 21.25% 537,914
Australia AusAID 10.67% 270,099
Sweden SIDA 9.03% 228,430
USA USAID 8.93% 226,096
Canada DFAIT 7.20% 182,339
Denmark  MFA 5.81% 147,140
Netherlands MFA 4.74% 120,000
Switzerland  MFA 3.32% 84,075
Stichting Vluchteling 2.66% 67,340
Anonymous donors 1.98% 50,000
Luxembourg MFA 1.97% 49,740
UNHCR NGO Unit 0.40% 10,000
UN OCHA IDP Profiling Project 0.40% 10,000
South Africa MFA 0.26% 6,506

Total income 2007 100% 2,531,040

2008
Donors % Income USD
USA USAID 16.1% 423,613
Norway MFA 15.7% 412,042
United Kingdom DFID 15.6% 409,448
Australia  AusAID 12.5% 329,604
Sweden SIDA 8.1% 211,620
Denmark MFA 6.0% 156,673
UNHCR 5.4% 141,288
Switzerland FDFA 5.2% 136,920
Netherlands MFA 5.1% 135,000
Canada DFAIT 4.8% 127,304
Tides Foundation 2.9% 75,000
Luxembourg MFA 2.0% 53,727
South Africa MFA 0.2% 6,154
Stichtung Vluchteling 0.1% 3,385
Miscellaneous contributions 4,787

Total income 2008 100% 2,626,564

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