Etihad Airways, the flag carrier of the UAE, is based at Abu Dhabi International Airport. The money power and the shrewd rulers of Abu Dhabi, it would appear, are out to capture the whole world. At a glance, no one will find anything unusual about the move of that country, under the guise of economic progression, in joining hands with other airlines. The dangers of such a collaborative movement, as indicated here are sure to take over the world in general and the involving countries in particular. Once they succeed in these efforts, it is certain that these evildoers would easily make the supporting countries to their economic slaves.
What, man, defy the devil: Save mankind from dictators!
18 July, 2013 Reports, UAE Human Rights
Abu Dhabi is the largest and wealthiest member of the United Arab Emirates. The country is attributed to authoritarian regime in which the government is ruled. Indeed the key challenges facing the UAE includes lack of accountability and total lack of judicial independence remain critical. Abu Dhabi is notorious for it’s Human Rights records, including arbitrary arrests, torture, hiring and using foreign mercenaries in order to avoid pro-democracy protests in the Emirates as well as joins hand with their cronies to crush any democratic movements in the region. They have been supporting the Egyptian traitors to destroy the nation and make people worse than they are. They mounted up worth $12 billion in aid packages to bless the bloody military coup in Egypt, to restore the old authoritarian order against democracy.
Etihad Airways, the Abu Dhabi-owned airline, commenced commercial operations in November, 2003, is one of the rapidly expanding airlines under the rule of a tyrant. Etihad has singled out from rivals Qatar Airways and Emirates, in a highly competitive region, by code share agreements with its partners. Etihad purchased nearly 30 percent of Air Berlin, Europe’s sixth largest carrier, when Lufthansa has tried to block the Gulf carriers’ access to German airports. Aside from Air Berlin, Etihad has expanded its global network through three other equity stakes including a 10 per cent holding in Virgin Australia, a 40 per cent stake in Air Seychelles and smaller stakes in Virgin Australia and Ireland’s Aer Lingus.
The media has reported that the Etihad Airways and other Gulf Carriers benefits from access to discounted or free aviation fuel, free corporate tax and non-union labour, particularly low-wage contract workers from India and Pakistan. Etihad Airways now converts Abu Dhabi International Airport as a major hub for connecting flights to their final destinations.
Etihad Airways, the flag carrier of the UAE, is based at Abu Dhabi International Airport. The money power and the shrewd rulers of Abu Dhabi, it would appear, are out to capture the whole world. At a glance, no one will find anything unusual about the move of that country, under the guise of economic progression, in joining hands with other airlines. The dangers of such a collaborative movement, as indicated above are sure to take over the world in general and the involving countries in particular. Once they succeed in these efforts, it is certain that these evildoers would easily make the supporting countries to their economic slaves.
The history of Abu Dhabi has revealed widespread fraud and financial manipulations in the largest bank fraud in world financial history, described as the BCCI Banking Scandal. The State-owned Etisalat-PTCLs privatization deal, a multi-billion dollar corruption scandal in Pakistan’s history that followed. Doubtless, the autocratic rulers of Abu Dhabi is empowered with unaccountable wealth from tapping the immense natural oil and gas reserves. The history repeated in India in 2011 as revelations of the ‘2G Spectrum’ case in India foiled another attempt of Etisalat to make illegal gains in partnership with Swan Telecom. Not to mention the old but real stories of child camel jockeys, aged between 2 and 5 kidnapped mainly from Indian sub-continent and for their use in camel jockeying in Abu Dhabi. More Links: UAE Business & Research Resources
U.S. ETIHAD Deal
The U.S. airline industry is the target, and it is the nation’s economic competitiveness that is at stake. Action from Congress is needed to overturn this misguided Abu Dhabi pre-clearance facility and prevent any similar project, in order to advance U.S. economic competitiveness in the face of unfair and heavily state-backed foreign airlines. Congress should make it clear that the Abu Dhabi preclearance facility is the wrong port of call. Link: Plan To Aid Etihad Airways Is Outrageous
ETIHAD Airlines has already entered into an agreement with Jet Airways of India. The former finance minister said he has no doubt that this deal is being rushed through and government agencies have not been allowed to examine the deal in all its ramifications. The media has exhaustive coverage of the issue meticulously pinpointed the corruption, lobbying and the malfunction of the government and the greedy politicians involved. Jet-Etihad deal: BJP demands SC monitored CBI inquiry
ETISALAT, UAE, seek justice after alleged fraud
The greed of the devil for making money by corrupting individuals, corporations or even a country is a never ending process; and its activities are spreading over the entire universe. ETISALAT, UAE, seek justice after alleged fraud
ETISALAT’s multi-billion dollar corruption scandals
UAE’s Etisalat & PTCL’s Privatization Deal in 2006 was the biggest financial SCAM in Pakistan’s history. The issues are still live between the parties. ETISALAT’s multi-billion dollar corruption scandals
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Abu Dhabi joins hand with Saudi Arabia to crush the democratic movements.
Egypt’s military deposed Morsi on July 3: Abu Dhabi and their cronies are out to oust the democratic move by Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. In the process 51 ousted president’s supporters were crushed down by bullets apart from the devastation and destruction in the country. Link: Money trail to Egyptian groups that pressed for president’s removal
Governments Should Support Rights, Not Abusive Allies
For reasons of principle and long-term interest, governments should stand firm with the people of the Middle East and North Africa when they demand their basic rights and work to ensure the transition to genuine democracies. Link: World Report 2012 Strengthen Support Arab Spring
UAE, the making of a Police State
The present UAE is led by two chief sheikhs from the regional regime of Abu Dhabi, who is first in importance the hereditary emir and president of the country, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, born in 1948, succeeded his father Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan on 03 November 2004. The other is his younger brother General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, born in 1961, is the next in line to become President of the United Arab Emirates after Sheikh Khalifa. Sheikh Mohammed became Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi in November 2004 and since then he became the Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Executive Council. In January 2005 he was appointed Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces. Later he was promoted to the rank of General. UAE, the making of a Police State
True Horror Stories of United Arab Emirates (UAE)
The Story of Camel Jockeys in UAE
The jockeys are usually young boys, two to seven year olds chosen for their light weight. The beginning of the races marks a festive season for the UAE’s people who are usually accompanied by traditional music and singing to the Arabian drum beats. The green, red, black and white national flag of the Emirates flutters atop high poles that line the road leading out from town. Read More: The Story of Camel Jockeys in UAE
The Story of BCCI Banking Scandal
Abedi created the UAE. He planted the idea of the UAE as a federation to Sheikh Zayed. These people had no standing anywhere in the world. They were smugglers and tribesmen. (The BCCI Banking Scandal). The chapter on BCCI banking scandal describes in detail the heinous crimes UAE did for every major terrorist service in the world. More: The BCCI Banking Scandal
Explore the history of Unite Arab Emirates
Increasing British involvement in India beginning in the late eighteenth century quickened British interest in the gulf region as a means of protecting the sea routes to India. Before British intervention, the area was notorious for its pirates and slave trade and was called the Pirate Coast. Link: The piracy and slave trade in the gulf region