The Greek Geopolitical analyst – Die Albanischen Banditen sind eine grosse Gefahr für Griechenland

Europa schweigt über diese Zustände, weil Politiker die Partner der primitiven Mafia sind und dies obwohl das FBI vor über 10 Jahren warnte, vor dieser grössten Gefahr, der Albaner Politischen Verbrecher Banden.

Raubzüge sind eine Tradtion, welche erneut einem Griechischen Polizisten den Tod brachte.


An FBI statement before a US Senate Committee in October assessed the organised crime situation in the Balkans.

By Dimitris Agrafiotis for Southeast European Times in Athens – 21/11/03

Organised crime in the Balkans has attracted the interest of the American law enforcement community and the US Senate. The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) believes that crime from the Balkans, Eastern and Central Europe, and the former Soviet Union is expanding and will continue to expand.

„In the last year or two, European nations have recognised that Balkan organised crime is one of the greatest criminal threats that they face,“ Assistant Director of the FBI Criminal Investigative Division Grant D. Ashley said in an October statement before the Subcommittee on European Affairs of the US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.

He added that European police organisations estimate that Balkan crime rings now control more than 70 per cent of the heroin market in some of the larger European nations, and are rapidly taking over human smuggling, prostitution and car theft rings across Europe.
………, Albanian organised crime has reached the United States, creating partnerships with the Gambino, Genovese, and Luchese families to facilitate specific crimes.……………….


siehe auch FBI Bericht an den US Kongress:
FBI Press Room – Congressional Statement – 2003 – Statement of Grant
D. Ashley
November 2003 Volume
72 Number 11
United States Department of Justice
Federal Bureau of Investigation

The Greek Geopolitical analyst

The potential risk for Greece is … Albania!!

Albania, the country that hosts a variety of risks to Greece and aspires to become „great“ against Greece. Unfortunately, even if some politicians try to persuade us to the contrary (and grossest have close relationships with Albania and especially with Chams), weakening the defense policies due to the Greece stand against the „phenomenon Albania.“

The murder of 43 year old, the Greek police Elias Kostenis, in police checkpoints in the Greek-Albanian border, showing only „the tip of the iceberg“ and demonstrates both the size of the real problem in Greece, the size of the potential risk posed by the parastatal and criminal organizations have been established as the neighbor Albania and whose activities are diverse (human trafficking, drugs, weapons) and creation of parallel action and paramilitary groups and the Albanian secret services have spread to Greece and that act as nuclei for the highest risk internal security of Greece.

The tragedy, however, lies in the attitude of the Greek state, the Greek governments and institutions that seem to either ignore the evolving „phenomenon“ of the Albanian provocation or consent to satisfy foreign interests at the expense of Greece.

see more in Greek language all the analysis:

Eine Griechische 3 Mann Patroille im Grenz Gebiet, 2 km von der Grenze entfernt, wollte Nachts Personen stellen, welche sofort das Feuer eröffneten. Ein Griechischer Polizist wurde erschossen:
Elia Kostenis, und 2 Albaner bei der Verfolgung: Elvis und Melsi Collaku!

Collaku bandits albanians
Elvis und Melsi Collaku!
Drogen Transporte im Grenz Gebiet sind normal, wobei es sich bei der Familie Collaku, um eine Berisha nahe Verbrecher Familie handelt, welche ihre Drogen Gelder u.a. in Durres wäscht in Appartment Häuser. Banditentum über die Grenzen hinweg, auch für Vieh-Diebstahl ist eine alte Albanische Tradition. Ebenso Raubzüge, um Bäume zufällen! In diesem Falle, wird vermutet, wurden die beiden schwer bewaffneten Brüder auch in Griechenland, um Fischerei Netze zustehlen, denn sie wurden in einer Griechischen Fischerei Hütte gestellt.

Griechisches TV über den Vorfall!

Die Albanischen Angehörigen sind empört, und erfindne die Story, das die Beiden eim fischen waren: Nachts und nach Mitternacht und 2 km auch vom See entfernt.

Die Albanischen Story’s wie immer, das es harmlose Angler waren, aber mit Kaslashikov unter wegs und Cannabis. Vor wenigen Tagen, erschoss ein 15-jähriger einen Schüler wieder während dem Unterricht bei Durres, wo angeblich die Eltern Nichts von diesen Waffen wussten.

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Greqi, përplasje me armë në kufi, vriten 2 shqiptar e një polic

Action: There is anti-Serbian, fascist, Taliban camarilla in Macedonia


„Malok“ Albanian Taliban cultur in Macedonia

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There is anti-Serbian, fascist, Taliban camarilla in Macedonia: Ivan Stoilkovic

07 December 2013 | 13:40 | FOCUS News Agency
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Skopje. “There is some anti-Serbian, fascist, Taliban camarilla developing in Macedonia,” said Ivan Stoilovic, leader of the Democratic Party of the Serbs in Macedonia speaking for the online edition of Nova TV commenting on the latest events in the Macedonian capital city Skopje connected with the monument to Serbian Tsar Stefan Dusan.
In his words, everything starts from the behaviour of the Social Democratic Union of Macedonia (SDSM), while the initiative was taken up by the Albanian extremists.
“Why should the Serbian monument be demolished, at the background of a whole sea of monuments in Skopje? Whom does it disturb so much,” the Serbian leader remarked.


09 Dec 13
Macedonia Albanians Attack Bronze Serbian Tsar

Serb politicians in Macedonia have called for calm after ethnic Albanians vandalised a recently-erected statue of the Serbian Tsar Dusan in Skopje at the weekend.

Sinisa Jakov Marusic


The statue of Tsar Dusan in Skopje | Photo by: Sinisa Jakov Marusic

A group of Albanians seriously damaged the statue of the medieval Serbian emperor as they attempted to topple it from its pedestal on the new ‘Bridge of Civilisations’ in central Skopje on Saturday night.

Earlier on Saturday, a group of Albanian opponents of the Serbian monument had tried to cover it with a black shroud, which they said represented “shame”, but were prevented by police.

While many Serbs honour Tsar Dusan as a national hero, his statue, which was erected last week, angered some representatives of the country’s Albanian minority that makes up a quarter of the country’s population.

An ethnic Albanian NGO in Macedonia called Wake Up described the emperor as an “occupier” and said that his statue has no place in Skopje.

“Erecting a monument to a Serbian occupier speaks of an identity crisis, or of the Serbophilia of those who put it there,” the NGO said in a press statement on Friday.

The small Democratic Party of Serbs, which is part of the government coalition, condemned Saturday’s attack.

“The Bridge of Civilisations, which portrays in a unique way the dignitaries of all the peoples and communities that live in Republic of Macedonia, witnessed in action the core difference between our two civilisations, ours and theirs,” the party’s leader Ivan Stoiljkovic said in a statement.

“I call upon the Serbian community members to calmly continue their everyday communication with all the peoples in Macedonia, to be calm, peaceful and not to succumb to any provocations,” he said.

Albanian-language media in Macedonia published video footage of the incident, adding that some of the highest representatives of the junior ruling party, the ethnic Albanian Democratic Union for Integration, DUI, were present during the incident, while the police did nothing to stop it.

The DUI has not yet issued a reaction to the claims, nor has the main ruling VMRO DPMNE party of Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski.

Dusan was one of Serbia’s most successful rulers and under his reign Serbia became the paramount state in the region. According to historical records, he was crowned Serbian Emperor in Skopje in 1346, where three years later he promulgated a constitution for the Serbian Empire.

Albanians in the Balkans, however, do not recall Serbian rulers with nostalgia or sympathy, largely because the Kingdom of Serbia made off with significant amounts of territory in which Albanians were the majority community following the collapse of the Ottoman Empire in Europe in 1912.

Police have said that they will check video surveillance tapes to identify the perpetrators of Saturday’s attack, while the Democratic Party of Serbs said it would see that the statute was restored as soon as possible.

no gas pipeline, with talibans and albanians

„Belle Air“ bankrupty, only one more criminal economy enterprise in Albania



Die Albanische Fluglinie „Belle Air“ ist bankrott und hinterlässt Millionen Schulden überall

In 2011

Von “Albanian Airline” – “Belle Air”, Wasser Lizenzen und den vielen Luft Firmen, welche in Albanien schliessen

Guxim Grabovci, wurde bei einer Fahrzeug Kontrolle bei Peja, mit der AK-47 erwischt und die Betrugs Airline: “Belle Air” macht grosse Probleme

09 Dec 13
Albania Probes Low-Cost Airline Bankruptcy

The prosecutor’s office has launched an investigation after Albania’s low-cost airline Belle Air dramatically filed for bankruptcy last month, raising suspicions of possible corruption.

Besar Likmeta


Albania’s general prosecutor Adriatik Llalla told reporters on Saturday that case was in its initial stages and that company documents were currently being seized.

After eight years in operation, Belle Air announced that it was suspending flights on November 25, citing the economic crisis and a consequent fall in demand for its services.

Belle Air Europe, a subsidiary of the airline which was operating out of Pristina airport in Kosovo, also suspended operations a day later.

The airline noted that, owing to its financial problems, the company’s accounts had been frozen for more than 18 days.

Records from the Tirana District Court obtained by Balkan Insight show that the company filed for bankruptcy on November 22.

The company had a network of around 25 destinations, with the majority of routes flying to Italy, home to a large Albanian diaspora.

The bankruptcy of the company, which accounted for 53 per cent of the traffic through Tirana airport, has surprised the government, which suspects the company of fraud.

In a hearing in parliament on December 4, finance minister Shkelqin Cani said that the company had an accumulated debt of 51.7 million euro, to the government, banks, airports and passengers who had bought advance tickets before its collapse.

Economy minister Arben Ahmetaj reported that the company had an annual turnover of more than 100 million euro and its annual net profit was around 3.5 million euro.

Transport minister Edmond Haxhinasto meanwhile accused the previous government, which was ousted in elections earlier this year, of giving the airline illegal perks.

“Not one of this company’s planes was registered in Albania, which is a legal requirement,” Haxhinasto said.

“A big favour was done for a company which had become an emblem of poor service,” he added.