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A fraud gang named ‘Liberland’ exposed!

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A fraud gang named ‘Liberland’ exposed!

Scammers and fraud gangs throughout the world are innovating newer ideas everyday with the nefarious goal of cheating people, and now we are exposing a cartel that claims to be ‘Free Republic of Liberland’, a non-existent country though but it claims to have its own “National Bank” and even currency.

Commenting on the “National Bank” of the so-called “Free Republic of Liberland” Muzaffar Ahmad Noori Bajwa, a strategist on security, politics and international relations, who also is the editor of Eastern Herald said: “Those of us with working experience with governments know, establishing a central bank or national bank is only possible for a legitimate sovereign nation with recognition of the United Nations or whatsoever. An entity without physical existence or even not a tiny office of the so-called country cannot come up with the claim of having its own national bank and certainly it cannot proclaim as free republic. These are simply fraudulent and criminal acts. This funny claim of the so-called Free Republic of Liberland and a so-called national bank of its own reminds me of a similar pattern applied by a scam racket named Bank Bene Merenti, which claims to be the “central bank” of the sovereign order. There is no country named Bene Merenti anywhere in the world. This Bene Merenti is a cooperative society registered in Latvia. Yes, a registered cooperative society can have its own cooperative bank, but this also requires permission granted by the registering nation, in this case Latvia. And, most importantly, any cooperative bank’s jurisdiction is just a town or couple of towns in the respective country only. But, with the fictitious claim of being the so-called central bank of sovereign order of Bene Merenti cooperative society, this illegal Bank Bene Merenti is selling fake cryptocurrency named YEM coin to people despite the fact that this YEM coin has no exchange or trade value. It is just a mere delusion. Similarly, the claim of this so-called Free Republic of Liberland and its “National Bank” is absolutely bogus”.

On a website, scammer behind this bogus ‘Liberland’ scam said:

The EU should regonize [recognize] the Republic of Liberland as sovereign country. This nation formed 6 years ago on the Danube between Croatia and Serbia fulfills every condition of the Montevideo Convention of 1933 which outlined the process of establishing a new country.

Europe stands for a plurality of nations and peoples, while the EU was formed to recognize the diversity of these societies and create collaboration, a common market between them. The more nations within Europe, the greater opportunities there are for Europeans. The freer the markets, the freer the people.

On YouTube, the so-called President of “Liberland” Vit Jeddicka speaks at reinvent money 2015 about his new nation, the challenges and opportunities it faces and the kind of monetary system he envisions for it. And in reality, this Vit Jeddicka is a fraud who is making frantic bids in introducing a new fake cryptocurrency. A stupidly edited video of this fraud would clearly prove his real intention and how he is trying to present himself as a legitimate leader, although even a kindergarten kid would understand – he just leads a big scam racket.

Commenting on “Liberland” Shehzan Memon, crypto analyst told this correspondent, “the pattern of this so-called Liberland sound like a combination of of crypto-scam, MLM, Ponzi and pyramid rackets. A country without any physical existence and even not any address anywhere in the world sounds like they have made certain modification in the classic patterns of scams. A deeper analysis of their activities would prove – this is just the same old scam jinni in a new bottle”.

One of the prominent members of this so-called Liberland is a woman named Zuzana Uchnarova, who claims to be the Ambassador of Liberland in the United Arab Emirates. In UAE, Zuzana does not have any physical address, phone number of whatsoever, including any detailed information on her so-called Liberland Embassy in UAE. Most interestingly website of Liberland, shows the existence of Liberland Embassies or representatives in many countries in Africa, Asia, Oceania, Europe, North America and South America, while most of the names provided as representatives of Liberland are either dubious or false.

For example, Bangladesh representative of Liberland is named as “Rahman Khan”, while our reporters have inquired the matter with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and there is no such existence of anyone named “Rahman Khan” representing any country Liberland. According to Vienna Convention, any foreign country needs permission from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the host country before opening an embassy, appointing a consul general or even appointing a representative.

Talking to this correspondent, an official at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Bangladesh said, “What is Liberland? We never heard of existence of any such country anywhere in the world. So, how a non-existent country can claim to have its representative in Bangladesh?”

But the website of this so-called Liberland gives an address of its representative office in Bangladesh, which is: House #10(A), Road #48, Gulshan 2, 1212 Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Here is the full list of other individuals who are shown on the website of “Liberland” as its representatives/ambassadors in several countries in the world:

Omour Abdoul Ramadan, Liberland representative in Chad

Ann Wahinya, Liberland representative in Kenya

George Nixon Kingsley, Liberland representative in Liberia

Mohammed Shashne, Liberland representative in Libya

Dimitri Dima Antoniades, Liberland representative in Mauritius

Dieynaba Diop, Liberland representative in Niger

Juliet Mbabazi, Liberland representative in Togo

Chafik El Bahy, Liberland representative in Tunisia

David Mutebi, Liberland representative in Uganda

Beshoy Azer, Liberland representative in Egypt

Sayouba Koanda, Liberland representative in Burkina Faso

Mohammad Osman Nowrozi, Liberland representative in Afghanistan

Rahman Khan, Liberland representative in Bangladesh (House #10(A), Road #48, Gulshan 2, 1212 Dhaka, Bangladesh)

Hagop Kazanjian, Liberland representative in Armenia

Ted Huang, Liberland representative in Taiwan

Samuela Davidova, Liberland representative in Georgia

He Huang, Liberland representative in Hong Kong (66 Shanghai St, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon, Hong Kong)

Anthony Gomes, Liberland representative in India

Saman Seif, Liberland representative in Iran

Danny Schwarz, Liberland representative in Israel

Jason Webb, Liberland representative in Japan

Jeong-Ho Lee, Liberland representative in South Korea

Raja Younes, Liberland representative in Lebanon

Faisal Butt, Liberland representative in Pakistan

Matthew Pajares Yngson, Liberland representative in the Philippines

Ville Oehman, Liberland representative in Singapore

Thomas-Georg Poehlmann, Liberland representative in Syria

Zuzana Uchnárová, Liberland representative in the United Arab Emirates

Hans Norved, Liberland representative in Australia

Anna Riedl, Liberland representative in Austria

Jonas Lundqvist, Liberland representative in Belgium

Nikolay Popov, Liberland representative in Bulgaria

Eugene Romanenko, Liberland representative in Belarus

Hans Weber, Liberland representative in Czech Republic

Mikko Järvilehto, Liberland representative in Finland

Melet Noel, Liberland representative in France

Kolja Spöri, Liberland representative in Germany

Stergios Doukas, Liberland representative in Greece

Balázs Magyar, Liberland representative in Hungary

Halldor Fannar Kristjansson, Liberland representative in Iceland

Jillian Godsil, Liberland representative in Ireland

Sandris Murins, Liberland representative in Latvia

Marius Pareščius, Liberland representative in Lithuania

Navid Saberin, Liberland representative in Luxemburg

Jan-Erik Olsson, Liberland representative in Malta

Romain Gerardin-Fresse, Liberland representative in Monaco

Milan Seman, Liberland representative in Netherlands

Manuel Lains, Liberland representative in Norway

Michał Czekaj, Liberland representative in Poland

Ines Pereira Condinho, Liberland representative in Portugal

Steve Kovacs, Liberland representative in Romania

Andrey Voronkov, Liberland representative in Russian Federation

Nikola Korbar, Liberland representative in Serbia

Marianna Sade, Liberland representative in Slovakia

Björn Elfvin, Liberland representative in Sweden

Pavel Pospisil, Liberland representative in Switzerland

Selcuk Soner Uras, Liberland representative in Turkey

Denys Yuzhakov, Liberland representative in Ukraine

Tariq Abbasi, Liberland representative in the United Kingdom

Tomaz Slivnik, Liberland representative in Guernsey

Ruth Fernandes, Liberland representative in Canada

Yoav Altman, Liberland representative in Dominican Republic

Juan Carlos Gorospe Mayorga, Liberland representative in El Salvador

Robert Christopher Lingle, Liberland representative in Guatemala

Fernando Facio Jr, Liberland representative in Mexico

Medwyn Blazer, Liberland representative in Nicaragua

David Molineaux, Liberland representative in the United States

Javier Canosa, Liberland representative in Argentina

Oscar Scholz, Liberland representative in Chile

Randy Thompson, Liberland representative in Colombia (Av. Guabinal #57-15, 730001 Ibagué, Colombia)

Fernando Quintero, Liberland representative in Ecuador

Pablo Daniel Magee, Liberland representative in Paraguay

Javier Canosa, Liberland representative in Uruguay.

What is Liberland really?

According to Wikipedia, Liberland, officially the Free Republic of Liberland, is a micronation claiming an uninhabited parcel of disputed land on the western bank of the Danube, between Croatia and Serbia. It was proclaimed on 13 April 2015 by the Czech right-libertarian politician and activist Vít Jedlička.

The official website of Liberland states that the nation was created in the wake of the ongoing Croatia–Serbia border dispute. According to Jedlička, this dispute resulted in a plot of land west of the Danube that was not claimed by either side.

The parcel of land in question is 7 km2 (2.7 sq mi) in area, roughly the same size as Gibraltar. It has been administered by Croatia since the Croatian War of Independence. Liberland has no diplomatic recognition from any recognized nation. The land lacks infrastructure and lies on the floodplain of the Danube.

Purported currency Liberland merit (cryptocurrency). Calling code +422 (proposed).

According to UK newspaper The Independent, when he plunged a flag into the banks of the Danube and declared the birth of the Free Republic of Liberland, Vit Jedlicka was dismissed by governments and media organizations as a joke.

Thanks to the efforts of the Croatian border police, Liberland has still technically not got a single inhabitant, and its 7 sq km of boggy wetlands boast just one dilapidated building, an abandoned hunting lodge.

Tajul Islam is a Special Correspondent of Blitz.

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  1. Dave Franks

    October 3, 2022 at 19:01

    Liberland has diplomatic relations with Somaliland and has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Haiti, among others.

    Perhaps it’s wise to contact “Liberland” to hear what they have to say?

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