Tony Blair’s, Georg Soros Mafia promotet die Edi Rama Mafia mit Alastair Campbell und Denis MacShane

FBI in 2003:

„Balkan criminals control one of biggest cartels“

FBI Weighs in on Balkan Organised Crime

………, Albanian organised crime has reached the United States, creating partnerships with the Gambino, Genovese, and Luchese families to facilitate specific crimes.……………….


The Criminal Minister That “Adores” Rama in Le Monde

By Ilmi Rehova,

Edhe ministri britanik i dënuar për korrupsion, `ngre në qiell` Edi Ramën te Le MondeDenis MacShane.

Recently, Prime Minister Edi Rama has started an advertisement campaign for the European public. While in Albania is consolidating his personal power with a strong hand, he is, as always, careful to package these autocratic attempts as modernizing and European reforms for his foreign audience.

In this campaign, Rama has reactivated his network of foreign clients, including several former high-level European politicians, most of whom have found a second life as consultant, councilor, commentator, or otherwise.

Five days ago former spin doctor of Tony Blair Alastair Campbell wrote an article on his personal website filled with praise for Rama. The article was propagated as a major news event by all Albanian media outlets, nearly all of which are now under Rama’s direct or indirect control. Even tough Campbell acknowledges in his article that he has worked as a personal and paid consultant for Rama, the Albanian media completely ignored that fact and merely referred to him as the former spin doctor of Tony Blair. In fact, Blair and his wife have been paid for several years as consultants of the Rama government.

Two days ago it was the turn of discredited politician Denis MacShane, for Minister of European Affairs in Tony Blair’s government. In the French daily newspaper Le Monde, MacShane published an article in which he praised Edi Rama, portraying him as the politician that will save social democracy in Europe.

The article flows over with compliments and praise and has exactly the same structure as all the other content for which Rama has paid the last few years in the foreign press: it describes Rama’s fashion style; it stresses that Rama has been an accomplished artist and sportsman; it mentions his transformation of Tirana, never forgetting to mention the painting of the facades; it claims that as Prime Minister as emancipates and modernizes Albania.

Even though MacShane seems to be well informed about the details of the reforms that Prime Minister Rama has implemented or announced, it seems that he has some difficulties with the facts because the article is full of misinformation, from mangled information to open lies – all of which are an exaggeration of Rama’s accomplishments as Prime Minister.

As is his habit, Rama started his morning with feverishly propagating MacShane’s article through his PR apparatus, starting with his own Facebook page.

While Campbell has worked with Rama for years, MacShane is a recent addition to his group of sycophants. In May, a few weeks before the parliamentary elections, MacShane wrote an article on Euroactiv in which he heaped praise on Rama while severely criticizing opposition leader Lulzim Basha as a risk for Albania because of his populism. The article, filled with misquotations and other claims that are uncommon for a politician of European stature, was again used by the pro-government media and propagated by media commentators as a serious text written by a political personality, emphasizing that MacShane had been a Minister of European Affairs, which gave additional weight to his opinion.

What the Albanian media failed to report then and now is something interesting regarding the partisan political position of MacShane. Denis MacShane is a former career politician whose career ended because of corruption, including illegal payments and fake invoices for government expenses.

In 2013, while he was a Member of Parliament in the UK, he was sentenced to 6 months imprisonment for the falsification of 19 expense invoices to profit from reimbursement from the British Parliament, at the sum of €18,000. He was initially investigated by Parliament and finally convicted as criminal. In his sentence, the judge stated that MacShane has shown “a flagrant breach of trust” in the UK’s “priceless democratic system.”

It is difficult to believe that such a man would offer his services to Edi Rama for free. For a few thousand euros he committed fraud against the British Parliament and destroyed his political career, so it seems unlikely that he would adore and praise Rama for free.

Null Funktion im Dezentralisierten Chaos der EU in Albanien: Griechenland muss nun Feuerlösch Flugzeuge entsenden

25 Feuer, überwiegend von Cannabis Anbauern des Edi Rama angezündet, treffen auch die von der EU zerstörten, Kommunen, im Dezentralisierungs Wahnsinn, welche noch nie etwas davon gehört haben, das man die Feuer auch löschen muss. Super System, wenn Nichts je implementiert wurde, man aber Millionen stehlen will, wie im korrupten EU Apparat es System ist. Die meisten Kommunen habe nicht einmal Feuerlöschfahrzeuge in Albanien, sind auf dem Papier aber dafür verantwortlich, haben auch keine Bildung irgendetwas organisieren zu können.

The Minister of Interior, Dritan Demiraj, visited today the city of Elbasan, to have a closer look to the alarming situation with fires.

On Facebook Demiraj criticized the lack of engagement from the local government and citizens.“Unacceptable. I am here in Krasta, Elbasan, and you don’t see enough firefighters, army and Civilian Emergency staff. No one from the local government or from citizens. This situation can be taken under control only if we all cooperate”, Demiraj said.

However, the Minister thanked the Head of Civilian Emergencies and his structures. On Facebook, Demiraj wrote that intentionally started fires have put in danger our national security. For this reason he warned that the ones who light fires will be caught and imprisoned.

Greek fire fighting planes battle flames in Albania

Greek fire fighting planes battle flames in Albania

The Hellenic Air Force is currently carrying out a huge firefighting mission, not only within Greece but also outside Greek borders.Two Greek firefighting planes have been sent to help out in fires in Albania since Thursday. The decision to send Greek firefighting vessels was taken at the request of the Albanian government, according to sources.

According to information from the Hellenic Airforce, 2 PZL-Mielec M-18 Dromader executed three sorties to Avlona, ​​Albania, which equals 12 flight hours. From Thursday until today, 2 PZL have executed 14 sorties and 30 flight hours to Avlona, ​​Albania.

According to a statement by the Greek General Secretariat for Civil Protection, Greece has also offered ground firefighting forces, but the Albanian authorities have advised against it since the soil morphology in the affected areas does not allow for such an attempt to be made.

According to the Albanian Civil Protection Authorities, the fires that occurred on August 1 in the southern regions of the country are still out of control. In fact, the situation is considered critical due to the strong winds, the high temperatures and the mountain topography.

Lastly, it is worth noting that following Albania’s request to the European Civil Protection Civil Aviation Mechanism, Greece is the only country that responded despite its own high demand of aircraft due to the large number of fires in Greece at the moment.

It is worth mentioning that assistance by the Hellenic Air Force is taking place following a request made to Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias by his Albanian counterpart, while activating the European Civil Protection Mechanism./IBNA