Hitlers Great Albania is going on

After the Kosovo Mafia Staat — next is Montenegro for the Albanian US Mafia




Remarks by Shirley Cloyes DioGuardi at the Ded Gjo Luli Celebration

Bronx, New York, April 5, 2008

We are gathered here tonight in the name of Ded Gjo Luli, one of the great Albanian revolutionary heroes in the fight for Albanian freedom. And we are gathered here just a few days after another great Albanian hero, Ramush Haradinaj, was released from jail.

It is important to honor our heroes. But if we really want to honor our heroes, I think that we must be careful not to get trapped in talking about them and in talking about the past. Instead, I think that we need to get energized about talking about our present and the challenges that lie ahead of us. And, after that, we need to get beyond the talk and begin working to address the problems that must be resolved to fulfill the national cause.

I am sure that everyone in this room would agree with me that one of the biggest challenges that we face is that Albanians in Montenegro are not free. In 2001, after Slobodan Milosevic was safely in The Hague, I made the decision that the Civic League had to enter Montenegro. (We could not think about this before the indictment and extradition of Milosevic, because Joe [DioGuardi] had been banned by Serbia.) I knew that the problems faced by Albanians in Montenegro, like the problems faced by Albanians anywhere else in the Balkans, could not be solved without help from the U.S. government, specifically from the U.S. Congress. I also knew that, because no one in Congress in 2001 knew anything about the realities of Albanians in Montenegro, we had to start by educating Members of the House and Senate and our media about the subjugation of Albanians in Montenegro and their century-long struggle to overcome waves of expulsion, genocide, forced assimilation, and economic and political marginalization at the hands of hostile Slavic-dominated regimes.

There is no time to go into detail tonight, but what ensued were five years of work (and by the way, the Civic League works on a completely volunteer basis; no one gets paid) that included writing articles, lobbying Members of Congress, organizing and sending two Civic League-sponsored Congressional delegations to Albanian lands in Montenegro (one with Congressman Tom Lantos in 2003 and another with Congressman Dana Rohrabacher in 2005), a Congressional hearing on “The Future of Albanians in Montenegro,” followed by a vigorous effort, with Congressman Lantos, to fight, albeit unsuccessfully, the passage of the Capital City bill and to restore the communal status of Tuzi.
And that battle continues to be played out in our struggle to free the fourteen Albanians who were arrested, tortured, and jailed in Montenegro in September 2006. Regrettably, our State Department appears to be acquiescing to Montenegro, even though four of the prisoners—Kola Dedvukaj, Rrok Dedvukaj, Sokol Ivanaj, and Doda Lucaj—are Americans.

Our job is not yet done. And Albanian Americans have a special opportunity to help, because none of us have the power to solve the problems of Montenegro on the ground in Tuzi, Ulqin, Ana e Malit, Kraja, and Plave-Guci, but we do have the power to influence the U.S. government, without which Kosova would not be independent today and Albania would not be joining NATO. Each of us has the power to make a difference, and no struggle for freedom can succeed without each of us revealing this power everyday. This is the best way to honor Ded Gjo Luli and all of our heroes.

AACL Gambino Clan Mafia Statement

Foreign Intelligence Services Have Information For Connection Of Ex-Leader Of Army For Kosovo Liberation Hasim Taqi With Osama Bin Laden Belgrade, February 11, 2002 – Foreign intelligence services, including the US one, have information for the connections of the ex-leader of the Army for Kosovo Liberation /AKL/ Hasim Taqi with Osama bin Laden, the today’s edition of Glas javnosti daily says. The
ex-chief of the Albanian National Intelligence Service Fatos Klosi
confirmed bin Laden has been in Albania in the 90-ies where he had
organized training camps for the AKL fighters.

The candidate for President of Kosovo and leader of the Democratic
Union of Kosovo Ibrahim Rugova also has information in regard of the
connections of Taqi with bin Laden. After the announcement of the election results Rugova promised to make public the evidences for the terrorist activity of its political opponent.

The “friendship” between Taqi and bin laden has begun in 1996.
According to the sources of the daily, in the period 1996-2001 bin
Laden has invested some USD 200 M in activities, related to different criminal deals in Kosovo.


Arrest of „Terrorists“ Sows Discord in Montenegro

16 11 2006 Claim that Albanians plotted revolt ends political honeymoon with minority.

By Petar Komnenic in Podgorica (Balkan Insight, 16 Nov 06)

A high profile case has cast a shadow over relations between Montenegro and its Albanian minority, since police arrested a group of Albanians on September 9 on terrorist charges.

The chief prosecutor Vesna Medenica last week said the men had set up a secret organisation, The Movement for
Ethnic Albanian Rights in Montenegro, with the help of former Kosovo Liberation Army fighters, to create an autonomous Albanian region in Montenegro using force.

Medenica claimed the 14 suspects – 11 of whom are in detention, the other three are on the run – planned to carry out terrorist outrages in the mainly Albanian
Malesija area using arms smuggled in from Kosovo.

Their defence lawyers deny the charges, saying the authorities lack evidence for their claims and that the suspects made incriminating statements under duress in police custody. Albanian political leaders are also sceptical.

The 11 suspects in custody have been named as Anton Sinistaj, Sokolj Ivanovic, Djordje and Kolj Rok, Pjetro Dedvukaj, Djona Dedvukovic, Viktor Sinistaj, Zef Berisaj, Vaso Koljcevic, Viktor Dresevic and Maljota Bojovic. The other three are Doda Ljucaj, Vaselj Dedvukaj and Djon Ljucovic.

The Albanian community numbers about 40,000 out of a total population of about 620,000. Most live in the resort of Ulcinj, on the border with Albania, while around 12,000 live in Malesija. Many work abroad in Western Europe and the United States.

Historically, relations between the Albanians and Montenegrins are good and Albanian parties strongly supported the republic’s successful drive for separation from Serbia.

Hitherto, Albanian parties have limited their demands to the field of minority rights as opposed to territorial autonomy or border changes.

Attempts to stoke separatist agitation among Albanians have fallen flat. A movement launched in 2004 to demand special status for an Albanian region including Malesija, Tuzi, Ulcinj, Plav and Gusinje drew little response.

As a result, the chief prosecutor’s claim that a secret society aimed to use violence to create an Albanian region in Montenegro has caused some surprise.

In a statement last week, Medenica said that „intensive communications in the areas of Malesija, Albania and Kosovo suggested this organisation persisted in its intentions… to procure significant amounts of weapons, ammunition, military equipment and counterfeit documents, to carry out violent terrorist acts.

„In September 2006, a decision was made to launch a campaign of violence… in ….the area of Malesija, aimed at intimidating the non-Albanian population and seizing vital facilities in the Tuzi area.

„Their estimate was that the most convenient moment to spring into action was immediately after the closure of polling stations on the day of parliamentary elections held on September 10.“

The arrests took place in the early hours of September 9, a day before the parliamentary elections in Montenegro, when police stormed houses in Tuzi and Malesija and arrested the 14 people. Just days after the arrests, local media reported of possible police abuse when the arrests were made.

Dragan Prelevic, the lawyer for Kolj and Rok Dedvukaj, both US citizens, told Balkan Insight the allegations were „exaggerated and contrary to the collected evidence“.
……….Petar Komnenic is a journalist with the Podgorica weekly Monitor. Balkan Insight is BIRN`s online publication.


In German over the AACL – CIA Terrorist in Montenegro

The Iran Contra Affäre Nr. 2 with Reagon and Admiral Pointexter:

The AACL Albanian Affäre with the same people! Drugs, weapons and Islamic Terrorist.


November 1988. DioGuardi with President Regan, Congressman Rinaldo and National Security Adviser Poindexter in the Oval Office discussing U.S. foreign policy in Balkans.

IN 2011

Im Moment verbreitet der Gangster, diese Parolen für die Albanischen Terroristen und Verbrecher Kartelle. Er ist ja praktisch aus der US Politik draussen und überall abgewählt und dann kann man viel Unfug wieder verbreiten. Zu den verhafteten Terroristen, welche sogar Mörser Granatwerfer damals in 2006 hatten, verdreht er vollkommen die Fakten, wie bei dem Non Stop Land Diebstahl auch in den Albanien durch die Mafia.
böse böse
In 2005, the Civic League brought Dana Rohrabacher to Ulqin to discuss the confiscation of the most valuable Albanian property by the Montenegrin government and to Tuzi for a strategy meeting about how to oppose the Capital City bill, which was intended to place the Albanian-majority area of Tuzi within and under the complete control of Podgorica. Montenegro would become independent the following year due to a high percentage of Albanian votes, but instead of rewarding Albanians, the government would tighten the noose even further.

On September 9, 2006, the government tortured, arrested, and jailed 14 Albanians, including three Albanian Americans, Kola Dedvukaj, Rrok Dedvukaj, and Sokol Ivanaj. The Civic League would spend the next three years trying to get them out of jail, and then another year working with one of the best lawyers in London, who in January 2010, at our request filed a lawsuit in the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg against the Republic of Montenegro. That suit is still pending in court, and through it we hope to provide a window into the suffering that Albanians endure in Montenegro and to demonstrate why the Western claim that Montenegro is a democracy is more an illusion than reality.

And so, where are we at the end of 2011? Land confiscation has been taking place in Plav, and Mayor Nikol Gegaj is flying a Bosnian flag in Tuzi. (Ulqin Mayor Nazif Chungu is apparently doing a good job, and let us hope that he continues to do so.) The diaspora remains fractured. The leadership in Kosova and other parts of the Balkans has never reached out to Albanians in Montenegro. There are now five Albanian parties in Montenegro, which is exactly the kind of divided political reality for Albanians that the Slavs want.

Die Fakten!

Albanians to Montenegro: End the Terror Trial Against 18 Albanians, including 4 “Americans”
Posted by Julia Gorin

While trying to figure out who the thug is here — the accused Albanians, or Montenegro — in addition to keeping in mind the Albanian track record for violently usurping land, please note that no one in the world would piss off Albanians if they didn’t have to.

Montenegro Albanians urge end to terrorism trial against 18 fellow Albanians

TUZI, Montenegro-Ethnic Albanian leaders in Montenegro demanded on Friday that authorities drop terrorism charges against 18 ethnic Albanians, including four U.S. citizens.

Four Michigan residents were among 12 ethnic Albanians convicted Tuesday of plotting a rebellion to carve out a homeland within the tiny Balkan republic of Montenegro.

The Americans of Montenegrin origin were part of a group arrested in September 2006 on the eve of a key parliamentary election in Montenegro which had just become independent of Serbia. Authorities alleged they were planning attacks on institutions in a predominantly ethnic Albanian-populated eastern part of Montenegro with the aim of creating an autonomous region.

Three of the Americans, Sokol Ivanaj and cousins Kola Dedvukaj and Rrok Dedvukaj, had lived for decades in Michigan but were on a visit to Montenegro when apprehended. A fourth American, Doda Ljucaj, was the alleged mastermind of the plot. He was born in Montenegro but lived in the United States and was arrested in Vienna, Austria, later in 2006.

The court also convicted five other members of the same ethnic Albanian group of possessing illegal weapons. The 17 were sentenced to prison terms ranging from three months to 6 1/2 years and the Americans received some of the toughest sentences.

Nr. 4: Doda Ljucaj, was a criminal CIA Mann and no news over this criminal again
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Authorities suspected Doda Ljucaj, left, of being the mastermind behind the rebellion plot. He was born in Montenegro but lived in Wixom.








Authorities suspected Doda Ljucaj, left, of being the mastermind behind the rebellion plot. He was born in Montenegro but lived in Wixom.