Greater Albania, Macedonia, Soros and future balkan wars and muslim invasion

Following the outbreak of violence in the Macedonian parliament the country has found itself split in two, journalist Milenko Nedelkovski told Sputnik Serbia. For her part, MGIMO professor Elena Ponomareva believes that the crisis is part of a broader strategy aimed at uniting the Albanians of the Balkans into a larger national entity.

“The total number of Albanians in the Balkans amount to more than eight million people, including three million in Albania itself, one million and a half in Kosovo and Serbia and over half a million in Macedonia,” the journalist noted, warning that the Macedonian crisis may escalate into a pan-Balkan conflict.

Conservative watchdog Judicial Watch is suing to obtain records of US government dealings with billionaire George Soros’ network of nonprofits in Macedonia, which stand accused by the country’s government of fomenting regime change.
On Wednesday, Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against both the State Department and the US Agency for International Development (USAID), seeking “records and communications relating to the funding and political activities” of the Open Society Foundation and its affiliates in Macedonia.

“The Obama administration seemed to bust taxpayer budgets in an effort to fund the Soros operation,” Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, said in a statement. “The Trump State Department and USAID should get their act together and disclose the details of the Obama-Soros spigot.”


Albanian (muslim) paramilitary forces going into Macedonia

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Macedonia and the pipeline wars | The coming war in the Balkans

The terrorist assaults coincided chronologically with the process of “EU enlargement”, gaining momentum barely a few weeks before the signing of the historic “association agreement” with Macedonia. Amply documented, the US has military advisers working with the terrorists. Was this a mere coincidence?

Amply documented, the CIA is behind the KLA and the NLA rebels, who are waging the terrorist assaults against the Macedonian security forces. While the CIA’s German counterpart the Bundes Nachrichten Dienst (BND) collaborated with the CIA in overseeing and financing the KLA prior to the 1999 war, recent developments suggest that the BND is not involved in Washington’s military-intelligence ploy in Macedonia. [1]
Barely a few weeks before the signing of the “association agreement” with the European Union, German troops stationed in Macedonia in the Tetovo region were (mid March 2001) “accidentally” targeted by the NLA. While the Western media — echoing in chorus the official statements — maintains that German troops were “caught in the cross-fire”, reports from Tetovo suggest that the NLA shelling “was deliberate.”

“Protection” of the pipelines, covert activities and the recycling of drug money in support of armed insurgencies, militarisation of strategic corridors, defence procurement to “Partnership for Peace” (PfP) countries are all an integral part of the Anglo-American axis and its quest to dominate oil and gas routes and transport corridors out of the Caspian sea basin and from the Black sea across the Balkans.



h/t supervolcano