Der Nationalismus, eine gefälschte Geschichts Schreibung der Albaner Mafia, ist ein Desaster für die NATO – USA und EU
Die Idioten Klasse der kriminnelsten Politiker Welt erpressen Europa mit Nationalismus Phrasen, einem Zusammenschluss und eigentlich geht es um viel Geld, was man erpressen will und Visa Freiheit, für die Drogen- Waffen und Menschenschmuggler Kartelle. Selbst Bildung gibt es nicht mehr, welche im Bodenlosen Nichts verschwunden ist. Beide Politiker im Kosovo und Tirana, wollen von einem totalen Wirtschafts Desaster, der eigenen korrupten und kriminelle Regierung und Administration ablencken.
Beide Ganoven haben Eines gemeinsam: sie werden von ihrem Volk verachtet, sind zu dumm und korrupt irgendeine Adminstration, aufzubauen und haben die meisten Minister der Welt, mehr als in China, weil man dann Zoll frei schmuggeln kann, um die eigenen Tankstellen zuversorgen.
Historisch gesehen, wurde der Kosovo erst ab dem 14. Jahrhundert durch Nord Albaner besiedelt, weil die Osmanen rebellische Nord Albaner im Menschen leeren Kosovo ansiedelten, wie auch die Osmanischen Steuer Bücher zeigen. siehe auch Prof. Peter Bartle „Albanien“.
Zeitgleich erpresst nach altem Modell der Gangster <a href=“http://www.shqiptarja.com/kosova/2727/vizat-thaci-shqiptareve-i-mbetet-vetem-te-bashkohen-ne-nje-shtet-143442.html“>Hashim Thaci</a> Europa, das man wenn man keine Visa Freiheit erhält, sich <a href=“http://www.top-channel.tv/english/artikull.php?id=8273&ref=fp“>Albanien anschliessen </a>(<span><strong>unification)</strong></span>muss, was er ebenso im Parlament sagt.
Hashim Thaci, will mit diesem Schreck Gespenst, neuer Ethnischer Säuberungen und neuer Terroristen Aktionen Europa erschrecken. Mit ordinären Kriminellen und ohne Schulbildung, kann niemand einen Staat aufbauen, was einige Geistig behinderte Kriminelle der US und EU Politiker nie sehen wollten, weil man lieber Geschäfte in einem „Schwarzen Loch“ ohne Justiz.
Die 6 Sterne in der Kosovo Flagge in Phristina bedeuten im Faschistischen Gedanken Gut der Kosovo Mafia: Albaner sind auf 6 Länder verteilt, womit Alles gesagt wurde.
Das EU und US Debakel. Sogar dem betrügerischen US Senator Eliot Engel ist zuviel, der selbst Probleme mit Ermittlungs Behörden in New York hat, weil er ein illegal gebauten Haus von der Brookyln Mafia geschenckt bekommten hatte.
Europa schweigt ja ziemlich lange, u.a. was die Albanischen Mafia Diplomaten inklusive Drogen Handel so treiben.
Es gab zu lange korrupte US und EU Politiker, welche sich erpressen liessen mit einem solchen Geschwafel von einem totalem Idioten, der primitiv kriminell ist. Ausschnitt aus einem geheimen Memo an Salih Berisha, vor kurzem.
Die gestrichenen Zeilen und Wörter, kann man mit dieser Kopie, leicht selbst entziffern.
15 Feb 13
Leaked US Memo Pans Albania PM
A leaked US State Department memo condemns Prime Minister Sali Berisha’s nationalist rhetoric, calling it a danger to regional stability.
|Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha|
The undated memo seems to have been sent to Prime Minister Sali Berisha after Serbia took down a memorial to ethnic Albanian fighters in the southern Serbian town of Presevo in January.
The State Department says that Albanian leaders are veering away from their traditional constructive role in the region.
“Recent public statements made by Albanian politicians on the Presevo monument have crossed the line from responsible political discussion to counterproductive, potentially dangerous rhetoric,” the memo reads.
“They not only promote more inflammatory behavior and distract from the region’s priorities but also potentially incite violence, erode peace and stability and impact our relationship,” it adds.
Queried by Balkan Insight on the authenticity of the memo, a spokesman for the US Embassy in Tirana said: “We do not comment on diplomatic exchanges.”
Berisha declared that the removal of the monument showed that Serbia was a racist state, adding that ethnic Albanians in the Balkans ought one day to unite in one country.
“This act shows once more that there is only one way, the unification of the Albanian nation, for Albanians to enjoy the freedom they earned by shedding blood,” the Prime Minister said.
The memo downplays the importance of the monument, noting that it was erected illegally and that it was meant to provoke the Serbian authorities.
It also highlights efforts by the OSCE mission in Belgrade and the US Embassy to negotiate an agreement between Presevo Albanians and the government of Serbia on the dispute.
The memo underlines that Berisha’s statement made negotiations harder and they were an intervention into Serbia’s internal affairs.
Two nationalist parties, the Red and Black Alliance and the Party for Justice, Integration and Unity, PDIU, have appeared lately on the political scene in Albania.
The PDIU, which is a junior government partner, represents the Cham minority, Albanians expelled from Greece at the end of World War Two, and targets its rhetoric at Athens.
The Red and Black Alliance focuses on the potential unification of all ethnic Albanian lands and has lashed out both against Albania’s neighbours and against Berisha, calling him an autocrat and a traitor.
Under attack, and with few successes to show off before the June 2013 parliamentary elections, Berisha has increasingly appealed to pan-Albanian sentiment.
The State Department memo says the upcoming election should not serve as an excuse for “irresponsible rhetoric and negative political messages”.
It urges Albania’s political elite to stay out of Serbia’s affairs and concentrate on its EU integration process, holding free and fair elections and on improving the economy.
“You are not making a good impression just as we prepare for a new State Department leadership,” the memo says. “Don’t make us condemn you publicly,” it warns.
<a href=”http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/leaked-us-memo-pans-berisha-s-nationalist-rethoric”> http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/leaked-us-memo-pans-berisha-s-nationalist-rethoric</a>
Jeder weiss es, es wurde vor Jahren gewarnt, eine Desaster Polizei und Justiz! Nichts geschieht, man schreibt Berichte, statt die Profi Gangster u.a. mit Einreise Verboten zubelegen. Identisch ist Salih Berisha, über die 30 schwersten Verbrechen des Gangsters Ilir Meta unterrichtet.
Brussels has no choice but to deal with local leaders such as Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski and Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha, who polarise public opinion and are accused of power grabbing.
Briefe reichen nicht, wo die USA ihre Verärgerung über Salih Berisha ausdrücken. Salih Berisha und seine kriminelle Regierung haben das Maß, weit schlimmer, als ein Saddam, oder Gaddafi überschritten, als billiger und primitiver Bandit und Terrorist. Seine Banden, sind als “militante Banden” überall bekannt und sichtbar, wenn man als Ortsfremde Verbrecher, die einheimischen Parks, Küsten, Wälder für illegale Bauten und Lokale zerstört, dümmer als die Taliban jemals waren.
SUBJECT: CRIMINALS MAKING THE LAWS IN ALBANIA'S PARLIAMENT
Classified By: AMBASSADOR JOHN L. WITHERS II FOR REASONS 1.4 (b) AND (d
¶3. (C) Comment: Post is not sure which tack the ODIHR report
on the Albanian elections will take once released, but it is
widely accepted locally that many MPs posing as "businessmen"
are in fact strongly suspected of having ties to organized
crime. These individuals are now MPs, have immunity under
the law, and are responsible for making the laws that will
propel Albania toward further Euro-Atlantic integration. The
seedy, possibly criminal, behaviorof many of Albania's MPs
is disturbing and does not bode well for democratic
development. It is a widelyheld view throughout Albania
that all parties have MPs with links to organized crime and
accept money from organized crime. This is a very troubling
phenomenon that we and the international community will have
to address at some point in the future. One bright spot,
however, is that there are a few MPs who have begun to
recognize that Albania should not have such
characters represented in its parliament. How long it will
take though to remove these ruffians from power though is
another question. After all, money is the lifeblood of
politics, and in a poor country with no campaign finance
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transparency or tradition ofsmall donors supporting their
favorite candidates, criminals are an easy source of campaign
Kabllogrami u mornw faqen
<a href="http://www.albania.de/alb/index.php?p=2611" rel="permalink">der Politiker Prec Zogu: Die Regierung ist Schuld an der Krise und hat mit dem Verkauf von Pässen an die Kosovo Mafia begonnen </a>
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Saturday, February 16, 2013
U.S. warns Albania against stoking nationalism
Albania’s Prime Minister Sali Berisha attends a debate at the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, June 25, 2012. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
By Benet Koleka
TIRANA | Fri Feb 15, 2013 12:32pm EST
(Reuters) – The United States has warned leaders in NATO ally Albania in no uncertain terms to stop stoking nationalism in the run-up to an election because they risk destabilizing the region.
Facing a close contest in the parliamentary election in June, Prime Minister Sali Berisha has been ruffling feathers in neighboring states that are home to millions of ethnic Albanians with his increasingly nationalist statements.
Last November, the foreign minister of neighboring Greece boycotted Albanian centenary festivities in Tirana after Berisha hailed a town over the border as “Albanian lands”. The president of Macedonia, where a quarter of the population are ethnic Albanians, also stayed away.
In a memo to the Albanian Foreign Ministry reported on Friday by a number of newspapers, the U.S. State Department said Albania’s leaders were wading into “potentially dangerous” territory, given the history of ethnic conflicts in the Balkans.
Such remarks “not only promote more inflammatory behavior and distract from this region’s priorities, but also potentially incite violence, erode peace and stability, and impact our relationship”, it said.
Even more bluntly, it told Albanian politicians to “stay out of the affairs of Serbia”, which is in delicate European Union-mediated talks aimed at normalizing ties with Kosovo, whose mostly ethnic Albanian population broke away from Serbia in 1999.
A U.S. embassy spokesman declined to comment on the memo.
HISTORY OF CONFLICTS
Berisha has repeatedly complained of foreign “Albanophobia”, and raised eyebrows in Serbia last month when he referred to ethnic Albanian former guerrillas there as “heroes of the Albanian nation”.
Ethnic Albanians waged insurgencies in both southern Serbia and Macedonia in 2000 and 2001. Those conflicts were a spillover of the 1998-99 war in Kosovo, which broke away from Serbia after a U.S.-led NATO air campaign halted a brutal Serbian offensive to quell separatism.
Kosovo declared independence in 2008. But poverty, unemployment and a lack of integration continue to fuel discontent among ethnic Albanians across the region.
Washington was the driving force behind Albania’s accession to NATO in 2009, and is pressing Tirana to ensure that its election is free of the violence and fraud allegations of previous votes, so that its bid to join the EU can move ahead.
Analysts say Berisha may be responding to the emergence of a new nationalist party called the Black and Red Alliance, a name taken from the colors of the Albanian national flag.
“Berisha is wrong if he wants to build himself a flak jacket made of nationalism to protect him should the elections go wrong,” opposition lawmaker and former prime minister Pandeli Majko told Albanian television.
But Berisha defended his approach.
“This nationalism does not have territorial claims,” he told a session of parliament on Friday marking Kosovo’s fifth year of statehood. “This nationalism is not based on doctrines of extermination, like the nationalisms around us.”
(Editing by Matt Robinson and Kevin Liffey)
Vollkommen richtig, weil es keinerlei Justiz gibt, im kriminellen Enterprise der Albaner Politiker
“EU status depends on justice about January 21st”
Roderich Kiesewetter, rapporteur for Albania at the largest German party, joined the critics made by the US about the January 21st trial, which found the National Guard officers not guilty for the killing of four protesters.
In an interview for Deutsche Welle, Kiesewetter declares:
“I don’t know the investigation details, but when the Prosecution demands the highest punishment, 23 and 25 years in prison, and the Court acquits the defendants, I think it is a case that needs special investigation. In Germany that would immediately cause the establishment of a Parliamentary Investigation Commission, due to the uncertainties brought by that decision. Yes, we want an independent judiciary in Albania, but between the 25 years to prison request and finding acquitting the defendants there is a huge difference, and that would be understandable for EU countries that want Albania to progress, among which is Germany. That is why I think that a thorough investigation is required, especially when Albania aims to become an EU member and receive the candidate status. They should avoid giving impressions that the verdict might have reached illegal levels”, Kiesewetter declared.
Kiesewetter says that he criticized the behaviour of the Albanian justice authorities since January 21st 2011, and that the investigations cannot end with this verdict. When keeping in mind that Albania is trying to join the EU, this verdict has a special weight.
The Demo-Christian MP adds that EU cannot allow the candidacy of countries that have open irregular matters.
“My appeal for the Albanian authorities is to work together, investigate the events and make a good promotion of their country abroad. The EU is interested to know why this verdict was reached. All details should be given and it must be clear that the Albanian judiciary is interested to resolve cases. Albania cannot afford giving the impression that things are kept hidden here. Without a complete transparency on this case, all countries that support Albania’s EU candidate will withdraw and say: ‘Albania needs more time’. I hope this message will be understood in Albania, and that Albania gets itself together and finds a quick solution in the upcoming weeks”, he added. http://www.top-channel.tv/english/artikull.php?id=8287