Skip to comments.Xhezair Shaqiri - Hoxha: Tanusevci wants annexation to Kosovo (Tanusevci is a village in Macedonia)
Posted on 08/24/2007 12:16:45 PM PDT by joan
Tanusevci wants to break off from Macedonia to accede to Kosovo, for which goal the inhabitants of the village will set up a referendum.
Skopje-based Albanian language daily "Fakti" said that this was announced by the President of the National Democratic Union, Xhezair Shaqiri, known as Komandant Hoxha during the 2001 Conflict.
Elaborating the idea of referendum, Shaqiri accused Macedonia's authorities of not showing any interest for this part of the country over the past 17 years.
"The Government of Macedonia did not show any interest for this part of the country, that is why we are seeking to accede to Kosovo. We are also linked with this country geographically and have many family ties", Shaqiri said.
He warned that the Macedonian Police was not welcomed in Tanusevci as the village was controlled by the inhabitants themselves, revealing no exact number of those who carry out those controls.
Shaqiri dismissed suspicions that the escaped inmates of the Kosovo's prison of Dubrava, Lirim Jakupi and Ramadan Shiti, found their safe haven in Tanusevci.
In the same article, "Fakti" said that the Interior Ministry rejected such descriptions of the situation in Tanusevci as false.
This is why Albanians are universally hated in the region and is what others call “rabbit breeding their way to power”. The idea is to ensconce themselves in some little corner of the other guy’s country, do their 10-kids-per-family thing for twenty or thirty years until they represent some sort of a local majority, and then try to break off the little corner of the other guy’s country into some sort of a “greater albania”. Use of terror tactics to drive others out of the little corners in question is SOP.
100% on the money.
Greater Albania here we come.
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