Die US gesponserten Balkan Kriege zur Neu Einrichtung des Osmanischen Reiches? – The U.S. Helps Reconstruct the Ottoman Empire

The U.S. Helps Reconstruct the Ottoman Empire

by Robert E. Kaplan
May 29, 2013 at 5:00 am


Each of these United States military interventions occurred in an area that had been part of the Ottoman Empire, and where a secular regime was replaced by an Islamist one. So far, the German policy of keeping hidden its leadership role in its attempt to reconstitute the Ottoman Empire has succeeded.

Since the mid-1990s the United States has intervened militarily in several internal armed conflicts in Europe and the Middle East: bombing Serbs and Serbia in support of Izetbegovic’s Moslem Regime in Bosnia in 1995, bombing Serbs and Serbia in support of KLA Moslems of Kosovo in 1999, bombing Libya’s Gaddafi regime in support of rebels in 2010. Each intervention was justified to Americans as motivated by humanitarian concerns: to protect Bosnian Moslems from genocidal Serbs, to protect Kosovo Moslems from genocidal Serbs, and to protect Libyans from their murderous dictator Muammar Gaddafi.

Other reasons for these interventions were also offered: to gain for the United States a strategic foothold in the Balkans, to defeat communism in Yugoslavia, to demonstrate to the world’s Moslems that the United States is not anti-Moslem, to redefine the role of NATO in the post-Cold War era, among others.

Each of these United States military interventions occurred in an area that had been part of the Ottoman Empire. In each, a secular regime was ultimately replaced by an Islamist one favoring sharia law and the creation of a world-wide Caliphate. The countries that experienced the „Arab Spring“ of the 2010s without the help of American military intervention, Tunisia and Egypt, had also been part of the Ottoman Empire, and also ended up with Islamist regimes.

In the United States most discussions of the military conflicts of the 1990s in the Balkans and the „Arab Spring“ of the 2010s do not mention that the areas involved had been part of the Ottoman Empire; these included Turkey, the Moslem-populated areas around the Mediterranean, Iraq, the coastal regions of the Arabian Peninsula and parts of the Balkans. In the areas that experienced the Arab Spring Turkey’s role in every instance has been to support the rebels and quickly recognize them as the legitimate government of the country in upheaval.

Turkish leaders do make the connection between the conflicts in the Bosnia, the „Arab Spring“ and the Ottoman Empire. Harold Rhode, an American expert on Turkey, has reported:

[President of Turkey] Erdogan’s recent [2011] electoral victory speech puts his true intentions regarding Turkey’s foreign policy goals in perspective. He said that this victory is as important in Ankara as it is in the capital of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Sarajevo, under Ottoman times, an important Ottoman city; that his party’s victory was as important in a large Turkish city Izmir, on the Western Anatolian coast, as it is in Damascus, and as important in Istanbul as it is in Jerusalem….

In saying that this victory is as important in all of these former Ottoman cities, Erdogan apparently sees himself as trying to reclaim Turkey’s full Ottoman past.

The occurrence that since 1990 each European and Middle Eastern country that experienced American military intervention in an internal military conflict or an „Arab Spring“ has ended up with a government dominated by Islamists of the Moslem Brotherhood or al-Qaeda variety fits nicely with the idea that these events represent a return to Ottoman rule. Besides being a political empire ruling a territory and its population, the Ottoman Empire claimed to be a Caliphate with spiritual suzerainty over all Moslems – those within its borders and those beyond. Though it might seem strange at first, the idea of advancing the renewal of the Ottoman Empire on two tracks – breaking down the post-Ottoman political structure and promoting a Caliphate which Islamists say they long for – is really quite reasonable.

Just as the Balkan conflicts of the 1990s and the „Arab Spring“ of the 2010s considered in historical perspective suggests that Turkey might be attempting to recreate its former empire, consideration of the Turkish Empire in historical perspective suggests the possible partnership of Germany with Turkey in the project given that, from its creation in 1870, Germany viewed Turkey with its empire as a most valuable client and ally. In the view of the leaders of Germany, Turkey was controllable through a combination of economic intercourse, gifts of educational opportunities, provision of technical expertise and administrative aid, as well as bribes to Turkish officials. Germany saw influence over Turkey as a means of influencing Moslems worldwide for its own interests. Thus as the German scholar Wolfgang Schwanitz has shown, during World War I Germany employed the Turkish Caliphate to promote jihad – riot and rebellion – in areas where Moslem populations were ruled by its enemies Russia, France, Britain and Serbia.

Yet in the 50-odd articles collected in an exploration of the awareness on the part of Americans of a possible Turkish connection with the „Arab Spring,“ I found not a single mention of „Germany.“ Only from a link in one of those articles – to an article on the International Criminal Court (ICC) which, with its indictment of Muammar Gaddafi and issue of a warrant for his arrest, provided the „legal“ basis legitimizing NATO’s bombing of Libya — which gave the rebels their victory and ended the Gaddafi regime – did I find mention of Germany. From that article, „A Lawless Global Court“ by John Rosenthal (Policy Review Feb. 1. 2004 No.123), one learns that the ICC is a project initiated, promoted and, to a considerable extent, funded by Germany. Given this, the idea that the ICC serves Germany’s purposes is common sense. Through the ICC connection, Germany’s promotion of the „Arab Spring“ is clear. Yet it is never or almost never mentioned. This silence calls for explanation.

Later, I did come across an explicit reference to Germany’s role in it — specifically in the war against the Assad regime in Syria — in John Rosenthal’s article „German Intelligence: al-Qaeda all over Syria“ in the online Asia Times ­­­­­­­­­­­­ — which reports that the German government supports the rebels and their political arm, the Syrian National Council (SNC), against Assad; that the German government classified [made secret] „by reason of national interest“ the contents of several BND (German foreign intelligence) reports that the May 25, 2012 massacre of civilians in the Syrian town of Houla, for which Assad has been blamed, was in fact perpetrated by rebel forces; and that „the German foreign office is working with representatives of the Syrian opposition to develop ‚concrete plans‘ for a ‚political transition‘ in Syria after the fall of Assad.“ So far the German policy of keeping hidden its leadership role in the attempt to reconstitute the Ottoman Empire seems to have succeeded.

Each U. S. military action in Europe and the Middle East since 1990, however, with the exception of Iraq, has followed an overt pattern: First there is an armed conflict within the country where the intervention will take place. American news media heavily report this conflict. The „good guys“ in the story are the rebels. The „bad guys,“ to be attacked by American military force, are brutally anti-democratic, and committers of war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide. Prestigious public figures, NGOs, judicial and quasi-judicial bodies and international organizations call for supporting the rebels and attacking the regime. Next, the American president orders American logistical support and arms supplies for the rebels. Finally the American president orders military attack under the auspices of NATO in support of the rebels. The attack usually consists of aerial bombing, today’s equivalent of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries‘ gunboat which could attack coastal cities of militarily weak countries without fear of retaliation. The ultimate outcome of each American intervention is the replacement of a secular government with an Islamist regime in an area that had been part of the Ottoman Empire.

Why the government of the United States would actively promote German aims — the destruction of Yugoslavia (both World Wars I and II saw Germany invade Serbia) and the re-creation of the Ottoman Empire — is a question that needs to be answered.

Robert E. Kaplan is an historian, doctorate from Cornell University, specializing in modern Europe.



Albaniens Justiz in einer Non-Stop Theater Show von Inkompetenz und Kriminellen

03 Jun 13
Albania Renews Probe Against Former Prosecutor

Tirana’s court has ordered a new investigation against former general prosecutor Ina Rama, leaving her nomination as an appeals court judge in limbo.
Besar Likmeta

The court has ordered the prosecutor’s office in Tirana to renew a previously closed investigation against Rama, who was accused of abuse of power for dismissing a prosecutor in 2009.

The new probe comes just days ahead of a meeting of the High Council of Justice, HJC,which is expected to decide on her request to return to her previous job as an appeals court judge.

Although the transfer is guaranteed by law, President Bujar Nishani has blocked the former top prosecutor’s nomination for months, avoiding a hearing at the HJC.

The probe relates to the dismissal of a prosecutor in the Kurbin region, Bardhyl Shehu, in 2009.

In October 2008, Rama ordered an inspection of the prosecutor’s office in Kurbin, which found serious infractions in Shehu’s work.

Based on a verdict from the Prosecutor’s Council, she asked former president Bamir Topi to dismiss Shehu from office in September 2009.

However, one year later Shehu won a verdict in the Tirana’s appeals court, which found that he merited only an ‘administrative reprimand’ and not dismissal.

On March 2010, the Tirana’s Appeals Court orders Shehu’s return to his previous job as prosecutor, but the prosecutor’s office refused arguing that because budgetary cuts it could not increase the numbers of its staff that was already full.

Before Rama left office, Shehu filed charges of abuse of power against the former general prosecutor, arguing that she had failed to execute the court’s order.

Following her dismissal in November 2012, Rama asked the HJC in early January to return to her old profession as a judge, seeking a position in Tirana’s appeals court.

The law governing the prosecutor’s office guarantees that the general prosecutor “at the end of the mandate could choose to… return to her old job position or to an equivalent position”….

Vor 10 Jahren über den Kosovo

Brief von Javier Solana an die Albaner Führer: Diese Art von kranker Gesellschaft, hat keinen Platz in Europa. UN-Chef Holkeri: Ohne UN, übernehmen die Terroristen und das Organisierte Verbrechen den Kosovo.
“A society in which young people can have access to guns is not healthy,” he said. “There is no place in Europe for such a society.”

siehe auch die Aussage von Colonel Crosman, beim ITYC

From Afghanistan to Iraq: Transplanting CIA Engineered Terrorism
by Kurt Nimmo
n the years immediately before the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999, the al-Qaeda militants moved into Kosovo, the southern province of Serbia, to help ethnic Albanian extremists of the KLA mount their terrorist campaign against Serb targets in the region … The United States, which had originally trained the Afghan Arabs during the war in Afghanistan, supported them in Bosnia and then in Kosovo. When NATO forces launched their military campaign against Yugoslavia [in March, 1999] to unseat [Slobodan] Milosevic, they entered the Kosovo conflict on the side of the KLA [Kosovo Liberation Army], which had already received “substantial” military and financial support from bin Laden’s network, analysts say.

In other words, the United States was supporting al-Qaeda after the embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania in August, 1998, events attributed to al-Qaeda and thus, we are told, prompting Clinton to bomb “training camps” (constructed earlier by the CIA) in Afghanistan on August 20 of that same year. Remarkably, in a story published by Jerry Seper in the Washington Times, the bedfellow relationship between Clinton, Osama bin Laden, and the KLA was spelled out:

Some members of the Kosovo Liberation Army, which has financed its war effort through the sale of heroin, were trained in terrorist camps run by international fugitive Osama bin Laden, who is wanted in the 1998 bombing of two U.S. embassies in Africa that killed 224 persons, including twelve Americans … The KLA members, embraced by the Clinton administration in NATO’s bombing campaign to bring Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic to the bargaining table, were trained in secret camps in Afghanistan… and elsewhere, according to newly obtained intelligence reports. … The reports also show that the KLA has enlisted Islamic terrorists, members of the Mujahideen, as soldiers in its ongoing conflict against Serbia, and that many already have been smuggled into Kosovo to join the fight. … The reports said bin Laden’s organization, known as al-Qaeda, has both trained and financially supported the KLA.

Clinton and the Mad Bomber of Yugoslavia, General Wesley Clark—who the “liberal” Michael Moore wanted to be president—worked hand-in-glove with the KLA, and thus al-Qaeda. “The Washington Post published a long article about bin Laden’s worldwide activities, noting his presence in places like NATO- and U.N.-occupied Bosnia and Kosovo, but failed to point out that this has occurred under the watchful eye of the Clinton administration,” write Reed Irvine and Cliff Kincaid for Accuracy in Media. “The Post would rather not bring up that subject.” Of course not—and they also “failed” to mention the well-documented connection between “Islamic terrorism” and United States foreign policy in the latest article citing the CIA lab report portraying Iraq as a terrorist incubator.


74 % mehr Asylanten aus dem Chaoten Mafia Land Albanien – 61 % weniger aus Serbien usw.

Bosnien und vor allem Albanien, sind verantwortlich für eine Flut von Asyl Anträgen, während es aus allen Balkan Länder erheblich weniger Anträge gibt.

04 Jun 13
Number of Balkan Asylum Seekers to EU Falls

A report by the European Commission notes that the number of asylum seekers from the Western Balkans has dropped.
Besar Likmeta

According to the third biannual report on the functioning of the EU’s Schengen area, the overall number of asylum applications by people from the Western Balkans in the top five EU/Schengen states decreased by 44 per cent in January 2013 compared to the same month in 2012.

The number from Serbia fell by 61 per cent, Montenegro by 45 per cent and Macedonia by 46 per cent.

However, „there was a considerable increase of asylum seekers from Albania (+74%) and Bosnia and Herzegovina (+51%),” the report adds.

The top destination countries for asylum seekers continue to be Germany, followed by Sweden, Belgium, Switzerland and Luxemburg.

In December 2009, the European Union lifted visa requirements on Serbia, Macedonia and Montenegro, allowing their citizens to travel freely into the EU’s so-called Schengen zone.

The issue of mass migration and asylum is a worrying one for the region, as it endangers the liberalized visa arangements that these countries have with the EU.


Der Iman von Prizren Irfan Salihu: „Frauen sind Huren“ – Hoxha Irfan Salihu: Femrat jane rruspia dhe kurva

Wenn die NATO Kultur und Demokratie bringt, Allen voran der durchgeknallte Joschka Fischer und die SPD Abzocker und Bestechungs Zirkel, kommt halt sowas heraus! Neben Mördern, Terroristen, kompletten Voll Idioten laufen dann noch in Europa, solche Imane, oft selbst ernannt und selbst ohne Schule und Bildung.

Er sagt auch noch im Video, das Frauen ohne Moral sind, wobei Aids, Bordelle, Kinder Handel vor Ankunft der NATO dort unbekannt waren.

Vielleicht kann die Bundeswehr, welche ja dort viele Jahre stationiert ist und war, Auskunft geben, zu solchen Leuten.
Der bekannte Iman der Moschee Suzi Zerrini, sagt das Frauen Huren sind, denn 92,5 % haben vor der Ehe Geschlechts Verkehr
Skandali, hoxha i Prizrenit: Femrat shqiptare janë k*rva /video/
Publikuar më 03.06.2013 | 20:37

Hoxhë Irfan Salihu është një prej hoxhallarëve më të famshëm dhe të klikuar në rrjetet sociale për shkak të fjalimeve të tij mbi moralin.

Një prej ligjëratave të fundit, që është publikuar në youtube, ai flet mbi imoralitetin e femrave shqiptare. Ai thotë se 92.5 % e gjimnazisteve në Shqipëri kanë të dashur, dhe në këtë menyrë po ndihkohen edhe gjimnazistet e Kosovës.

Hoxhë Irfan Salihu, aktualisht jeton dhe vepron në qytetin e Prizrenit, si Imam në xhaminë Suzi Zerrini. Portali Express, publikon videon që ka shkaktuar reagime të femrave kosovare dhe shqiptare në rrjetet sociale.