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Germany to Stop Financing Fake State of Kosovo
Did The Snake finally bite the wrong hand? Hashim Thaci, called The Snake by his friends, and German Chancellor Merkel. Mrs. Merkel’s cabinet recognized the fake state on the territory of Serbia on February 20 this year, three days after Thaci’s separatists declared independence.
Germany Considers Revoking Funds Promised to the Mafiosi Holding Kosovo Province under Siege
Far from petering out after the Friday release of three BND agents who were arrested on bogus charges by the Albanian separatists in Pristina on November 19th, German shock and outrage by the Kosovo Albanian arrogance appears to have reached a point of boiling over.
According to the Welt am Sonntag, German government has since Friday been seriously considering freezing aid it has already promised to the fake state which it helped form on the territory of Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija.
Although a final decision has not been reached yet, German weekly reports that concrete suggestions have been made about cutting aid in specific areas, with defense being the main sector under consideration.
Such a step would certainly hurt Albanian separatists in Pristina, given that Germany is the second largest donor country after the United States. Since 1999, Germany has given €280 million to the Kosovo province provisional government and it has promised another €100 million for the years 2009 and 2010. The weekly concludes that “given his actions in the BND affair, Hashim Thaci will have to deal with such consequences”.
Indeed, given that it was immediately clear three German officials had no connection whatsoever to the trumped up charges against them, and that they were still taken to prison, where they were kept for ten days, the Thaci gang’s act is more akin to kidnapping than to a simulation of a legal procedure.
Thaci’s Motives for Kidnapping Three Germans: Revenge for Prior Reports and Preventing the Future Ones
Similarly to the other German papers, daily Die Welt reported that revenge is widely believed to be the main reason Kosovo Albanian war criminal Hashim Thaci had resorted to arresting the three German officials, in attempts to humiliate Germany. The reason cited is a “67-page long, hard-hitting analysis by the BND about organized crime in Kosovo and a confidential report contracted by the German military, the Bundeswehr”.
One of the three German agents kidnapped by Thaci’s thugs, at the time he was taken over by the German official. Friday, November 28, 2008, Pristina, Kosovo and Metohija province, Serbia
According to Die Welt, both of these intelligence reports accuse Thaci, Ramush Haradinaj — another Kosovo Albanian war criminal who was indicted by the Hague — and the Albanian MP Xhavit Haliti of “far-reaching involvement in organized crime”.
The daily quotes from the BND report: “The key players (including Haliti, Haradinaj, and Thaci) are intimately involved in inter-linkages between politics, business, and organized crime structures in Kosovo.” According to the report, Thaci was one of the leaders of a “criminal network operating throughout Kosovo” since the end of the 1990s. At that time he was a co-founder of the terrorist Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA or UCK in Albanian), and was placed by the former American State Secretary Madeleine Albright at the helm of the Albanian delegation at the 1999 sham-conference at Rambouillet near Paris, used to set the Serbian side up ahead of the planned NATO aggression.
The BND report also accused Thaci of ordering killings through the professional hit man ‘Afrimi’, who is allegedly responsible for at least 11 contract murders on Thachi’s and Haliti’s behalf.
According to the BND report, another Kosovo Albanian butcher Ramush Haradinaj is seen as a protégé of the United States, just like Thaci. BND agents determined he was involved “in the full spectrum of criminal, political and military activities.” A report of the United Nations’ intelligence service CIU is also mentioned, revealing that CIA protects the leading Albanian war criminals in the southern Serbian province of Kosovo, and citing the occasion when the two CIA agents shielded Haradinaj from interrogation by taking him to a US military base with an Italian Army helicopter.
Die Welt reminds that Haradinaj had to step down from the post of a provisional prime minister given to him by the American functionaries in the UNMIK and NATO [KFOR], only after he was indicted of the war crimes, crimes against humanity, rapes and murders by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in the Hague. He was acquitted in April 2008, due to “lack of evidence”, after nine eyewitnesses who were scheduled to testify for the prosecution were killed.
Focus magazine, however, goes further, claiming that the immediate reason for Thaci’s kidnapping of the three Germans was to confiscate their notes which contained detailed information about the contacts of the “ruling clique” with mafia.
Focus adds that the three BND agents have collected new information about Hashim Thaci’s crimes and criminal dealings, without specifying the nature of the crimes in question.