Sunday, March 30, 2008

Kosova, Albania, Macedonia – or the Scenario of a Generalized Balkan War

Dr. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis
March 29, 2008,

Kosova´s liberation is a seminal development in the region of Balkans for one additional reason that was not extensively discussed in earlier articles about this subject. As a matter of fact, Kosova´s liberation does not mark the end of the historically demanded decomposition of Yugoslavia and Serbia, but it certainly cancels the possibility of Serbia becoming a reason for a major war in the area.

After the secession and the formal declaration of Independence of Kosova, the clouds of war move away; certainly the Mitrovica Serbs may attempt to express their rejection of the fact that their country is Kosova and not Serbia, but this will not change much. Thanks to the multileveled international presence, the issue will be successfully contained between in Kosova itself. Even if the Muslims, who form the majority of the population at Sanjaq, demonstrate their opposition to the tyrannical Serbian state and the long employed forms of Anti-Islamic, Anti-Turkish and Anti-Albanian oppression, there is, practically speaking, no chance that Bosnia or Albania be involved in a direct war for Sanjaq.

And Voivodina´s Hungarians may wish to secede from Serbia, a country of no European vocation, and merge with their homeland, which would open for them the gates of the European Union, but again this would not involve a major war in the Balkans. However, the fact that Kosova and Serbia are not anymore in a position to trigger a major Balkan war does not mean even for a moment that this sort of war is highly unlikely in the Balkans. On the contrary, few times we reached so close to a generalized war in the Balkans over the past 17 years. The epicenter of what is about to become the next major war in the Balkans is located further in the South.

The entire situation of the recent Balkan conflicts, viewed through a perspicacious viewpoint, reflects the clash of two groups of power that happened to promote diametrically opposed plans, one attempting to trigger a generalized Balkan war whereas the opposite group of power deployed its best to avert the war. In fact, there is no clash between the American – British and French – German interests in the area as many have thought that it was the case in the 90s.With the American and the British interests diverging more and more allover the world (as one should have anticipated), the recent rhetoric about a strong French – English relationship demonstrates very clearly from where comes the danger; the unrepentant colonial empires, totally controlled by the Apostate Freemasonic Lodge intend to wage a major Balkan war that would automatically cause the collapse and the dissolution of the NATO where the Anglo-French allies cannot manage to put the Americans aside.

The worsening of the economic crisis in America, which has been triggered by the part of the American establishment that associates their interests with those of London and Paris, is a sign that NATO´s dissolution must advance fast in view of an American isolationism – to be expected as consequence of the forthcoming economic disaster. The Explosive Material How a generalized war can be triggered in the Balkans, if Serbia does not count anymore?In fact, the explosive material, stored over the years, has become massive; the interests in conflict are many, the expectations great, the illusions out of control. The myths sold by the criminal colonial diplomats to the idiotic establishments of the Balkan periphery of Europe are all based on infamous lies and geared to disseminate enmity, hatred, and rancor for the ´Other´, which in turn triggers reaction and as result causes instability.

The false myths sold to all the nations of the area – which must be divided and engulfed in conflicts according to the Anglo-French Freemasonic plans – are currently shared by minorities in almost all the countries concerned; this is part of the game. The dynamics of perversion, as machinated by the Anglo-French Merchants of the Nations, involve the long diffusion of myths, the slow dissemination of their elements, and the sudden overwhelming acceptance of them at a moment a false threat is presented as real. The explosive material includes the following:

1. Albanian dreams for a Greater Albania. There is nothing wrong in this regard, as this nation has been among the most mistreated nations of the area; simply, the timing for this may favor others´ plans more than an eventual rightful Albanian demand.

2. Albanian demands of equal treatment with Macedonians in Macedonia. The various successive governments of Skopje did their best to ensure that equity, justice, and freedom prevail among all the citizens of the country, but – as usually – this should be better felt by the Albanian minority in Macedonia than just read on a piece of legal document, even if it is the constitution of the country. To avert uneasiness, the Macedonian authorities should work hard and strike a deal with the Albanian minority to make them truly feel and completely realize that Macedonia is a country for them too. Bi-national political parties would be a great achievement in this regard.

3. Bulgarian lack of recognition of the Macedonian nation as a different nation

4. Bulgarian dreams for a greater Bulgaria (fed by the aforementioned assumption that Macedonians are Bulgarians)

5. The present Bulgarian depression, which is due to the fact that the various post-Soviet governments failed over the past 20 years to offer a great vision to their disoriented nation. A remedy to it could be the vision of a Greater Bulgaria, and the easiest step in this case would be the absorption of Macedonia. The fact that Bulgaria officially does not recognize the existence of the Macedonian minority on its soil is an indication of appetite and a prelude to war. It means that Sofia recognizes Skopje as a state, but not as a nation.

6. Greek – otherwise incomprehensible – rejection to recognize Macedonia under its rightful name, which harmonizes with the Bulgarian rejection of the existence of the Macedonian nation.

7. Greek – otherwise baffling – fears of a Macedonian campaign as regards the non recognition, harassment, and oppression of the Macedonian minority in Greece.

8. Greek fears of a Greater Albania, which seem to have increased after the quasi-completion of the Yugoslavian – Serbian decomposition.

9. Turkey´s bond with Albania, Kosova and Macedonia, and Ankara´s resolution not to let the Balkan equilibrium turn upside down.

The Red Lines With the aforementioned being already in place, one has to bear in mind what is commonly known as red lines for all participants. They are as follows:

1. One should not expect Bulgaria to accept the formation of Greater Albania, particularly the annexation of Tetova/o and the western provinces of Macedonia

2. One should not expect Greece to accept the formation of Greater Albania, as the Greek fears related to the subject make mention of Albanian intentions to parts of Northwestern Greece (Chameria)

3. One should not expect Greece to be kept aside, if Albania and Bulgaria declare war to one another when fighting on Macedonia´s soil.

4. One should not expect that Greece would ever accept complete annexation of Macedonia by Bulgaria or mere division of Macedonia by Albania and Bulgaria (which is a remote possibility).

5. One should not expect that Turkey would leave Bulgaria and Greece expand to the detriment of Macedonia and Albania, thus gravely deranging the current Balkan equilibrium. With this situation characterizing the region, one understands that little is left until the activation of the evil scenario which has been masterminded by the Anglo-French establishments, and the Apostate Freemasonic lodge which, behind the scenes, prepares the rise in force of a United Europe – Ultimate Superpower.

Of course, there are forces opposing this scenario, and they will do their ingenious best to avert it. But this time it will be very difficult to avert it, as it can be materialized in a precipitated way. One positive measure is of course to include Albania and Macedonia in the NATO, as this would offer containment mechanisms particularly as regards Albania, and crisis management tools for the case of Macedonia.This fight may be out of the capability of average people to influence, but still one has the possibility to do something to avert that the war explodes due to an Albanian – Macedonian confusion.

The Triple Alliance among Albania, Kosova and Macedonia (, which we suggested in an earlier article before 10 days, goes precisely in the direction. The Scenario The only reason for a generalized war to explode now in the Balkans is evolving around Macedonia; not Macedonia and Greece, and not Macedonia and Bulgaria. The reason for a generalized war in the Balkans will be Macedonia and Albania.The evil colonial forces will try first to infiltrate among Tetovo Albanians to convince them that they cannot live in Macedonia and thus push them to separatism.At this very moment there are people working among the Tetovo Albanians for this purpose. As they seem associated to different backgrounds, either nationalistic Albanian or Islamist, they can comfortably confuse the outright majority of the Macedonian Albanians. Their current endeavours can trigger the first step very soon.

Step 1. They will generate an overwhelming instability in Macedonia, and an Albanian uprising in the western parts of the state. It is expected that the Islamist branch of Tetovo Albanians will trigger the events first.

Step 2. Through other branches of advisors, they will advise / push the Macedonian state to act as Serbia did in Kosovo 1998 – 9, which means to respond brutally to eventual Albanian demands for advanced autonomy.

Step 3. With the pretext to save the Albanians of Tetovo, Albania will attack Macedonia. It is expected that the nationalist branch of Albanians in Tirana will trigger this attack as they are those who passionately desire a greater Albania. Macedonia should start now negotiations with these groups of power in Tirana in order to avert their possible involvement in the maelstrom of war.

Step 4. Due to successful advance of the Albanian forces from the west of Macedonia, Bulgaria will issue an ultimatum to Albania, positioning itself as defender of Bulgarians (as they will name the Macedonians).

Step 5. As Albania will not accept the ultimatum, Bulgaria - convinced that the intervention does not endanger the national interests of a NATO member state - will try to reach Skopje first. This will trigger the advent of the Greater Bulgaria, something that will be depicted internally as a unique opportunity for 21st century Bulgaria.

Step 6. Following the aforementioned developments, the existence of Macedonia will be definitely cancelled, but unable to reach an agreement, Albania and Bulgaria will enter in direct war on Macedonian soil.

Step 7. At that moment, the vast Turkish minority of Bulgaria will explode against Sofia to express their solidarity with the Albanian Muslims. Bulgaria will be shaken from its foundations at a moment it will be practically fighting against all the Muslims of the Balkans.

Step 8. As an ally of Bulgaria, Greece will enter in the war in order to help end it fast, claiming Bitola / Monastir (the southwestern part of the Republic of Macedonia) and the southern part of Albania (that they usually call ´Northern Epirus´).

Step 9. As an ally to Albania, seeing Albania endangered by the military cooperation between Greece and Bulgaria, Turkey will attack both countries - and thus NATO will cease to exist.Step

10. Turkey´s interference will save Albania, and the Turkish advance will be counterweighted by the disappearance of Macedonia. New borders will be demarcated between Albania, Bulgaria, and Greece in the west, and Greece, Bulgaria, and Turkey in the east.

This scenario, if materialized, will be the death warranty of NATO, and will trigger extended uprisings of Muslims in Europe as the Anglo-French axis will emphatically support Greece and Bulgaria. The uprisings in Europe will create the necessary chaos out of which the New Order of a Europe militaristic superpower will emanate.

Note; The article is a possibillity "De Facto" of senario of NATO after Adriatic Charter will fail, begining with Macedonia and Albania to joint in NATO (!!!) next NATO meeting in Bukarest, April 4 2008.

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