“There is such a division in their country they will never be able to live together in the future. For this reason, Kosovars and Albanians from Macedonia should be part of Kosovo and the rest of Macedonia should be part of Bulgaria or any other country to which they believe they are related,” he was cited as saying by Bulgarian news wire BGNES in a translation from Albanian.
“The idea is to keep Macedonia alive because someone 30 years ago decided it is a configuration that should come out of the dismantling of Yugoslavia,” Rohrabacher continued.
“This platform endangers the sovereignty and independence of the state, bringing the Republic of Macedonia in a position of subordination or dependence in relation to another country […] the platform is discriminatory towards all other ethnic communities since it prioritizes only one community…This platform has led us to a standstill it is difficult to get out from because of its ultimate and blackmailing nature” — Continue reading
The EU and NATO are putting pressure on Skopje to accept the demands of neighboring Tirana [Albania] and change its constitution, which would have a destabilizing effect on the Republic of Macedonia (FYROM). […]
Tirana’s attempt to destabilize Macedonia has been echoed by US politicians too. In February, chairman of the US Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Europe, Eurasia and Emerging Threats Dana Rohrabacher told Albanian TV Channel Vizion Plus that the country should be portioned, and “Kosovars and Albanians from Macedonia should be part of Kosovo.” Continue reading
“American analysts write that the Balkan states, whose territories are affected by the project “Greater Albania”, will not sit idly and quietly watch how Albanians steal their territory. Moreover, they are convinced that in the case of an emergency, Serbs, Greeks, Bulgarians and Macedonians will join forces in the fight against Albanians. In that case the Balkans would become a region like the Middle East, and it is in no one’s interest, not even US,” says a well-informed diplomatic source. Continue reading
“The Open Society Foundation, operating under the Soros umbrella, used its funding and personnel to support violent processes in Macedonia. It has monopolized the civil society sector, pushing outside any organization which disagrees with the Soros ideology”
— Nikola Srbov, a columnist for Kurir and co-founder of SOS
Croatian intelligence is confirming earlier reports of the arrival of Islamic State leadership in the Balkans. They are understood to be actively moving to infiltrate and destabilize the region of the former Yugoslavia. Yugoslavia once had the third largest military in Europe Now dismantled and substantially demilitarized as a result of the illegal US-German-Islamic war of the 1990s, the small states of Balkans carved out of the former … Continue reading
Political analyst Milenko Nedelskoski asserts that 90 percent are men. Of those men, he explained in an earlier report, some 80 percent are no older than 35 years of age.
These are men of fighting age — descending on the Balkans, on Macedonia and Serbia in the thousands.