FIRST POST – SEPTEMBER 10, 2012 – ACCLAIM FOR EGON KRENZ AWARD TO GERMANY’S SPY CHIEF; ROBERT FORD, KRENZ LAUREATE, PASSES HIS MANTLE TO HERR SCHINDLER;
E-Mails and telegrams have been arriving non-stop since the SyrPer Board of Governors bestowed the prestigious ANNUAL EGON KRENZ MEMORIAL PRIZE to German BND spy chief, Gerhard Schindler for his work in assisting Syrian security agencies in their efforts to capture Islamist terrorists financed by Saudi Arabia and Qatar. The Board noted that “….Mr. Schindler’s devotion to Syria’s security services is evidenced by his own indifference to potential charges of war crimes violations.”
Egon Krenz, seen here, has lent his name to our annual prize which is bestowed this year on BND head, Gerhard Schindler. Mr. Krenz was the leader of East Germany until his resignation and subsequent conviction for crimes against humanity convened in a typical kangaroo court.
Robert Ford, the ousted, derelict former U.S. ambassador to Damascus and recipient of last year’s Krenz Award for his service to Syria’s security agencies sent an “heartfelt” letter to SyrPer which he asked be read to its readership. Mr. Ford, whose tireless contributions included violating all diplomatic rules and laws, made it his personal crusade to travel around Syria to foment sectarian strife, mayhem and violence against the government of Syria, and in so doing, exposed hundreds of closet Islamist traitors and terrorists to arrest. In his letter, Mr. Ford writes relevantly:
“I just can’t express the feeling of pride in Mr. Schindler’s work. Whereas I essentially outed hundreds of people, Mr. Schindler has done much more by misdirecting Islamist Jihadists to their deaths. His work will not be forgotten by all those who support President Bashar Al-Assad“. (Editor: The note was not signed).
Meanwhile in Turkey where Germany’s spies are inadvertently giving Syrian intelligence agencies their miraculously effective data on terrorist movements, Mercury News Service reporter Desiree Portmanteau chanced upon an agent of the BND in Gaziantep and approached her to ask how she felt about her boss receiving the Krenz Prize. Her answer was telling.