„Economic“ article, über Europa was Tatenlos dem kriminellen Raubzügen der Albaner Politik Clans zuschaut

80 % der Albaner bereiten inzwischen die Auswanderung vor, waren über die Feiertage nur noch auf den traditionellen Raubzügen in Europa.

Patrone der Albaner Mafia mit unzähligen Skandalen. Alles vor 15 Jahren und länger bekannt, durch FBI Berichte an den US Kongreß, was die Georg Soros Banden so treiben und kriminelle in der Aussenpolitik von Deutschland und den USA:

Super Partner der Internationlen Mafia, Steinmeier der Hillary und Bill Clinton Clan, mit der US Mafia Nr. 1: dem Gambino Clan. Und immer dabei: US Senator Eliot Engel, John McCain usw.

FBI Weighs in on Balkan Organised Crime

21/11/2003

An FBI statement before a US Senate Committee in October assessed the organised crime situation in the Balkans.

By Dimitris Agrafiotis for Southeast European Times in Athens – 21/11/03

Organised crime in the Balkans has attracted the interest of the American law enforcement community and the US Senate. The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) believes that crime from the Balkans, Eastern and Central Europe, and the former Soviet Union is expanding and will continue to expand.

„In the last year or two, European nations have recognised that Balkan organised crime is one of the greatest criminal threats that they face,“ Assistant Director of the FBI Criminal Investigative Division Grant D. Ashley said in an October statement before the Subcommittee on European Affairs of the US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.

He added that European police organisations estimate that Balkan crime rings now control more than 70 per cent of the heroin market in some of the larger European nations, and are rapidly taking over human smuggling, prostitution and car theft rings across Europe.
………, Albanian organised crime has reached the United States, creating partnerships with the Gambino, Genovese, and Luchese families to facilitate specific crimes………………..

Setimes

Piranhas from TiranaThe “Albanian mafia” are not really a mafia

They are every bit as violent but far less organised

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Thugs who killed bouncer outside New Year’s sex party ‘were actually Albanian gangsters hunting fraudster host ‘Fast Eddie”

An insider has since told the Mail on Sunday the attackers were Albanian gangsters hoping to get money from pimps, drug-dealers and prostitutes said to be inside the bash

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Thugs who killed bouncer outside New Year’s sex party ‘were actually Albanian gangsters hunting fraudster host ‘Fast Eddie”

An insider has since told the Mail on Sunday the attackers were Albanian gangsters hoping to get money from pimps, drug-dealers and prostitutes said to be inside the bash

 

JOHN MACRIS was leaving his house in the seaside Athenian suburb of Voula on October 31st last year when a man ran towards his car firing a handgun. Mr Macris, a Greek-Australian gangster, threw himself out of the car in a desperate attempt to flee his attacker, but the gunman pursued him and shot him dead.

Some weeks earlier in New York, Sylvester Zottola, an alleged member of the Bonanno crime family, was in his car at a McDonalds drive-through when he too was shot and killed. And when Raúl Tamudo, a retired international football player, returned to his home in Barcelona on August 12th, he found someone had broken in and stolen his watch collection, worth more than €100,000 ($115,500).

Police said they suspected the burglar was a member of “the Albanian mafia”. Greek and American counterparts also blamed Albanians for perpetrating and ordering respectively the killings of Mr Macris and Mr Zottola.

The three crimes were among many that point to the growing prominence in the international underworld of ethnic Albanian gangsters. Asked to rank organised-crime groups by the danger they pose in Europe, a senior official at the EU’s law enforcement agency, Europol, put Albanian mobsters ahead even of their Russian counterparts. British police have said their activities are primarily responsible for a recent upsurge in human trafficking. Groups of Albanians and Kosovars in Britain are also claimed to have murdered and tortured their way to control of much of the cocaine trade there.

But, says Jana Arsovska, who teaches at the City University of New York and has followed the doings of Albanian criminals for more than 15 years, the “Albanian mafia” is a myth. The showy wealth and extreme violence of criminals hailing from Albania and Kosovo does not mean they belong to a structured organisation with common rituals like Sicily’s Cosa Nostra or the yakuza syndicates in Japan. “We see many organisations that work independently of each other,” says Ms Arsovska. “They speak Albanian, but that does not mean they are connected to organisations back in Albania, and they are never exclusively ethnically Albanian.”

Several reasons help to explain why organised crime was able to put down strong roots in Albania after the fall of communism: the disbanding in 1991 of the country’s security service, the Sigurimi, which left around 10,000 agents with skills well-suited to organised crime jobless; the collapse six years after that of various Albanian pyramid schemes that robbed many people of their savings and prompted the looting of more than 550,000 small arms from military armouries, and the emergence in Albania and Kosovo during the Balkan wars of strong links between criminals, politicians and guerrilla fighters (with some players filling all three roles). By the late 1990s northern Albania especially, where clan loyalties had always been important, had become a violent, lawless place, riven by murderous feuds.

Yet, while individual mobsters have emigrated, there is little evidence that gangs formed in the Balkans have expanded internationally like Cosa Nostra or another Italian mafia, the ’Ndrangheta. Many ethnic Albanian offenders in Europe turned to crime after emigrating. Brutal, ruthless and showy, they are nonetheless much less sophisticated than true mafiosi. There are few signs of their forming alliances with local politicians to safeguard their activities or laundering their profits other than into Balkan real estate. And the very recklessness that makes them so frightening also makes them vulnerable to straightforward policing.

Ms Arsovska cites the example from New York of the Rudaj organisation. By the 1990s it was so powerful that some called it the city’s “sixth crime family”. The others, of Italian origin, remain in business. The Rudaj crew are all in jail.

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Thugs who killed bouncer outside New Year’s sex party ‘were actually Albanian gangsters hunting fraudster host ‘Fast Eddie”

An insider has since told the Mail on Sunday the attackers were Albanian gangsters hoping to get money from pimps, drug-dealers and prostitutes said to be inside the bash

6 Gedanken zu „„Economic“ article, über Europa was Tatenlos dem kriminellen Raubzügen der Albaner Politik Clans zuschaut“

  1. billig eingekauft von Georg Soros, und über den Schutz der Bevölkerung spricht die korrupte Frau nicht

    Regierungs Beratung, erneut direkt bei der Mafia in illegal gebauten Luxus Restaurants bei Elbasan, zuvor in Orikum, oder beim Mafiosi Sait Fishta, in Velipoje, wo die Appartment Blocks ebenso nur gefälschte Dokumente hatten. Die Anlage wurde auch nicht legalisiert seit 5 Jahren, weil es sich um sehr grosse Grundstücke handelt, die illegal bebaut wurden. Taulant Balla ebenso wie immer dabei

    Barley spricht sich gegen schärfere Abschieberegelungen aus

    Der Regierung droht erneut Streit um das Asylrecht: Bundesinnenminister Horst Seehofer hatte angekündigt, die Abschiebungen zu erleichtern – Widerstand kommt nun von der Justizministerin.

    http://www.spiegel.de/politik/deutschland/abschiebungen-justizministerin-katarina-barley-gegen-schaerfere-gesetze-a-1246615.html

    Die Idioten in 2013 schwafeln über die Weltwirtschaft, ignorieren das man keine produktiven Arbeits Plätze auslagern kann, weil das jeden Staat zerstört, auch zu einer enormen Verschuldung und Verelendung eines Volkes führt.

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  2. Direkt von Edi Rama, angeordnet der Betrug mit DH-Albania, Bashkim Ulaj, durch Gerta Lubonja. erhielt eine Lizenz vorab, wo nicht einmal die Firma gegründet war. EU Partner ist seit langem Bashkim Ulaj, Edi Rama, Georg Soros wo er Betrug gelernt hat und Manipulierung von Dokumenten als System! Von diesem Betrug weiß ebenso ERion Veliaj, ein Georg Soros Mann, wo man wie in der Justiz, nur Betrug lernt.
    Offiziell ist die Frau die leitende Frau, für Grundstücke und Öffentliche Auftrags Vergaben, wo früher die Best Ausgebildeten Leute diese Abteilungen leiteten und nicht käufliche und oft dumme Georg Soros Leute, welche jeden Unfug glauben, der mit gefälschten Dokumenten produziert wird. Mit System fälschte die Bashkim Ulaj, Anwältin, Sprecherin des Unternehmens, viele Dokumente auch Bilanzen der angeblichen Ausländischen Mutter Firma.

    Unaza e re, “DH Albania” u favorizua nga institucionet

    Nga
    Gazeta Telegraf

    9 Janar, 2019

    Gerta Lubonja

    Gerta Lubonja ka lindur më 14 qershor 1979, në Tiranë. Studimet e mesme i ka përfunduar në gjimnazin „Partizani“, në Tiranë. Në vitin 2004 është diplomuar si inxhiniere në Fakultetin e Inxhinierisë të ndërtimit, dega Hidroteknikë. Gjatë viteve 2004-2014 ka punuar si inxhiniere projektuese dhe ka drejtuar projekte të ndryshme infrastrukturore. Në vitin 2011-2015 u zgjodh anëtare e Këshillit Bashkiak të Tiranës, duke mbajtur postin e Kryetarit të Komisionit të Rregullimit të Territorit.

    Në Shqipëri zbulohen detaje të tjera lidhur me kompaninë DH Albania e cila fitoi garën për ndërtimin e një pjese të Unazës së Re në Tiranë, duke përdorur dokumenta të falsifikuar të një kompanie amerikane Dunwel Haberman. Zëri i Amerikës ka siguruar informacione që dëshmojnë se administrata shqiptare ka ndihmuar kompaninë DH Albania për marrjen e licencës së ndërtimit në zbatim, duke nisur procedurat, përpara se vetë kompania të rregjistrohej zyrtarisht në Qendrën Kombëtare të Biznesit

    Në fund të dhjetorit, duke folur për rastin e kompanisë DH Albania, kryeministri Rama deklaroi se “kompani që hyjnë me letra të falsifikuara nëpër tendera ka në të gjithë botën. Një qeveri, një ministri, një ministër nuk gjykohen nga fakti nëse hyn apo nuk hyn një kompani me letra të falsifikuara. Gjykohen nga mënyra sesi reagojnë në momentin kur fakti konstatohet… Përsa i përket rastit në fjalë, ku është korrupsioni që ka ndodhur, që të jem unë i qartë? Si?” u shpreh ai.

    Që prej momentit, kur emisioni “Të Paekspozuarit” në News 24, zbuloi në fillim të dhjetorit, se kompania DH Albania kishte fituar 30 milionë Euro në dy tendera përmes një serie dokumentash të falsifikuara, në disa dalje publike kryeministri Edi Rama i mëshoi faktit se bëhej fjalë, sipas tij, thjesht për një mashtrim nga ana e kompanisë. Tenderat e fituar u anuluan dhe për këtë çështje ka nisur një hetim i prokurorisë.

    Por informacionet e siguruara nga Zëri i Amerikës, dëshmojnë se institucionet shqiptare duket se janë vënë në shërbim të plotë të kompanisë, madje edhe në shkelje të rregullave dhe kërkesave ligjore.

    Sipas një përgjigjeje zyrtare, që Ministria e Infrastrukturës i ktheu kërkesës për informacion nga Zëri i Amerikës, rezulton se “Shoqëria DH-ALBANIA, degë e shoqërisë së huaj, me kërkesën e saj të datës 13.07.2018, shoqëruar me dokumentacion përkatës, ka aplikuar për njehsimin e licencës së huaj, në fushën e zbatimit në ndërtim”, thuhet në shpjegimin dhënë për Zërin e Amerikës.

    Referuar faqes zyrtare të ministrisë së Infrastrukturës, në seksionin për formularët e aplikimit për ekuivalentimin e licencës së shoqërive të huaja, (http://infrastruktura.gov.al/formular%20aplikimi-3/) në kërkesat e renditura për aplikim, pika b) parashikon dhe paraqitjen e “esktraktit historik, apo ekstraktit për të dhënat e subjektit të rregjistruar në Qendrën Kombëtare të Biznesit, me të cilën dëshmohet ndër të tjera, lidhja e shoqërisë së krijuar, që kërkon të licensohet, me atë të vendit të origjinës që disponon licencë profesionale, veprimtaria dhe statuti aktiv i shoqërisë”.

    Por më datë 13 korrik, kur është bërë aplikimi, shoqëria DH Albania ishte ende inekzistente. Referuar Qendrës Kombëtare të Biznesit, data e saj e regjistrimit figuron 18 korriku 2018, me përfaqësues një 26 vjeçar të panjohur Avdjol Dobin. Është e pakuptueshme se si Sekretariati i Komisionit të Licencave, ka nisur procedurat mbi një entitet, që deri në atë moment nuk ekzistonte. Sikundër është e paqartë, se çfarë dokumetacioni, kompania ka paraqitur për t’u identifikuar si DH Albania, duke qenë se e ka patur të pamundur të dorëzojë një ekstrakt nga Qendra Kombëtare e Biznesit.

    Komisioni i Licencave, i cili drejtohet nga Gerta Lubonja, e emëruar me vendim të Këshillit të Ministrave, ka në përbërjen e tij dhe tre drejtorë të Ministrisë së Infrastruktrës dhe Energjitikës. Bazuar në afatet kohore të ushtrimit të aktivitetit të tij, të publikuara deri pak ditë më parë në faqen e Ministrisë së Infrastrukturës (http://infrastruktura.gov.al/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/aAFATE.pdf ) “dokumentacioni i shoqëruar me material përmbledhës të hartuar nga sekretariati teknik, i vihet në dispozicion anëtarëve të Komisionit 3 ditë pune përpara datës së përcaktuar për zhvillimin e mbledhjes”.

    Licenca për DH Albania është dhënë në mbledhjen e datës 30 Korrik, e cila ka qenë ditë e hënë. Për pasojë, dokumentacioni për të, do të duhej t’i dorëzohej Komisionit, të paktën më 25 korrik. Por sipas përgjigjes zyrtare të Ministrisë së Infrastrukturës, DH Albania, i ka plotësuar dokumentat vetëm më 27 Korrik.

    Shkeljet në favor të DH Albania, bëjnë të mendosh se Komisioni e ka patur të qartë se nuk po ndihmonte thjesht të riun Avdjol Dobi, por njerëzit real që qëndrojnë pas kësaj kompanie. Një seri të dhënash ngrejnë dyshime të forta që të çojnë tek biznesmeni i njohur Bashkim Ulaj. Që nga lidhjet familjare mes të dyve, të fakti se punonjës së kompanisë Gener 2, të zotit Ulaj janë angazhuar në plotësimin e dokumentacionit të DH Albania-s e deri te pagesa që GENER 2, siç dëshmoi një investigim i BIRN-it, ka bërë për llogari të kësaj kompanie.

    http://telegraf.al/aktualitet/unaza-e-re-dh-albania-u-favorizua-nga-institucionet/

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    1. Montenegro schon mit Darko Saric, eng mit der Albaner Mafia verbunden mit Spanischen Drehscheiben, seitdem Kokain Kartell des Sokol Kociu, Ferdinand Durda, ist eine Legende, ebenso bei Morden. Montenegro, der Stanaj Clan und die VW, Audi Vertretung, in Tuzi inzwischen wieder aufgelöst.

       Einziger Regierungs Stile der EU, Berliner Ratten mit Edi Rama.

      Die Spuren führen nun seitdem Visa Skandal immer nach Deutschland (heute mit dem „Clan del Golfo“, wo Regierungs Chef, direkt auch zu den Anwälten der Verbrecher Clans Verbindung haben, in deren Handy Speicher die Nummern gespeichert sind. Drogen Baron: Arber Cekaj alias Arber Kulicak, direkt in Düsseldorf verhaftet, natürlich mit einer anderen ID Karte, einer dänischen diesmal.

      Der Bruder von Edi Rama, Olsi Rama, ein Georg Soros Mann mit dem Gangster Tom Doshi

      Goldene und teure Uhren bei Polizei Direktoren mit dem Super Mafia
      Boss: Samir Tahiri, identisch wie bei S. Ceblis, vom Auswärtigem Amte
      einem Club der Hirnlosen

      Sohn des Edi Rama: Gregor Rama, was Alles sagt: 60.000 $ Maybach Brille, mit Sicherheit echt.


      Luxus Bau, der Altin Avdyli Gruppe: National Strasse, Tirana – Kavaje, an der Abzweigung nach Shiak

      Deutsche Politiker, Diplomaten, Botschafter sind immer dabei, denn für die Erlöse werden gepanzerte Luxus Autos gekauft, von VW, Mercedes, oder BMW Super getunte Maschinen, wie der Dalipi Mord zeigte.

      The Observer 

      Kings of cocaine: how the Albanian mafi

      American Spectator,American Spectator,

      How much longer will the U.S. continue to support a socialist network in artfully criminal Albania?
      foreign policy: „have transformed Albania into a Banana Republic“ : Samir Tahiri, Arben Ahmeti, Ilir Meta, PM: Edi Rama
      a seized control of the UK drugs trade












      ‘They’re sophisticated, clever – and they always deliver’: from the
      ports of Europe to the streets of London, one criminal network is now at
      the top of the UK’s £5bn trade

      Mark Townsend Home Affairs Editor

      @townsendmark

      Sun 13 Jan 2019 07.00 GMT

      Last modified on Mon 14 Jan 2019 09.56 GMT

      Something
      had kicked off the night before and the guys on the corner were keen to
      offer advice. “You don’t want to be hanging around here too long,” one
      said, refusing to elaborate. They were standing near Crispe house, a
      tower block on east London’s Gascoigne estate, undisputed territory of
      Hellbanianz.
      The gang, an Albanian street crew of drug dealers, is known locally
      for its violence and more widely for a social media output featuring
      Ferraris, wads of £50 notes and gold Rolex watches to help enhance its
      reputation and recruit “youngers”. The Gascoigne estate, built in the
      1960s and occupying land that slopes south of Barking town centre to the
      Thames, is its historical home turf.
      It was getting dark, another two men appeared and, when asked if they were Hellbanianz, one said: “You should go.” The Observer was escorted off the estate and told not to return.
      Hellbanianz belong to the “retail game” of the cocaine trade. They
      are the street dealers and enforcers of the Mafia Shqiptare, the
      Albanian organised criminal syndicates who, the National Crime Agency believe, are
      consolidating power within the UK criminal underworld and on their way
      to a near total takeover of the UK’s £5bn cocaine market.
      The gang’s glossily produced trap music videos remind viewers “HB are
      ready for violence” and that they possess the requisite manpower and
      firearms. Yet, police sources say, Hellbanianz occupy the lowest rung of
      the Albanian mafia.
      To better understand the Albanians’ remarkable rise in the UK one
      might climb to the 12th floor of the Gascoigne estate’s high-rise
      blocks. From there, the skyline of London,
      where much of their cocaine will be snorted, stretches west. In the
      opposite direction, several miles along the Thames, lie the mammoth
      container ports where their cocaine is offloaded in multi-kilo
      shipments. But it is across the Atlantic, to the jungles of Latin
      America, where the story of the Mafia Shqiptare starts.
      How Albanians came to conquer the UK’s cocaine market is a lesson in
      criminal savvy; the value of making friends with the world’s most
      dangerous mafias; and the absolute threat of violence.
      It began with a business model that was simple in concept, but
      sufficiently bold to subvert the existing order. For years cocaine’s
      international importers worked separately from its wholesalers and the
      gangs. Pricing structure varied, depending on the drug’s purity; the
      higher it was, the more it cost.
      The Albanians ditched the entire model. They began negotiating
      directly with the Colombian cartels who control coca production. Huge
      shipments were arranged direct from South America. Supply chains were
      kept in-house.
      Intelligence obtained by British experts revealed that the Albanians
      were procuring cocaine from the cartels for about £4,000 to £5,500 a
      kilo, at a time when rivals thought they were getting a decent deal
      using Dutch wholesalers selling at £22,500 a kilo. The Albanians lowered
      the price of cocaine – and increased its purity. More massive
      consignments were brought into the UK.

      One of Hellbanianz’s slickly made drill rap videos, set on the Gascoigne estate in Barking, east London. Photograph: YouTube

      Tony Saggers, the former head of drugs threat and intelligence at the National Crime
      Agency, who has spent 30 years analysing the rhythms of the global
      narcotics economy, said: “What they have done very intelligently is say:
      ‘OK, we’ve got these margins to play with and we’re going to give a
      good slice of that to the customer.’”
      The Albanian effect has profoundly shaped the use, production and
      economy of cocaine. The drug is at its cheapest in the UK since 1990 and
      purer than it has been for a decade,
      which has caused record fatalities. The UK has the highest number of
      young users in Europe. More broadly, far bigger and more frequent
      shipments of the drug have been seized entering the UK as cocaine
      production in south America has hit record levels – up 31% on 2016.
      Rivals to the Albanian gangs like Hellbanianz initially struggled to
      compete because they had an inferior, more expensive product. Their only
      option has been to buy cocaine sourced from the Mafia Shqiptare.
      Saggers said: “They have shown that you don’t have to be greedy to
      dominate drug markets. They’ve gone down the route of sustainable
      prices, good quality.”
      Mohammed Qasim, a research fellow at Leeds Beckett University who
      studys drug dealers, described the Albanian business approach as
      “fantastic”, adding: “If they were on Dragon’s Den with this model, all the dragons would be giving them money.”
      Yet for the Albanians’ model to truly work it required control of
      Europe’s ports. For that the Mafia Shqiptare needed to collaborate with
      the ‘Ndrangheta, the most powerful and globalised of the Italian mafias, which controls mainland Europe’s cocaine trade.
      There is considerable evidence that not only are the Albanians
      working with the ‘Ndrangheta, but that they have formed the tightest of
      alliances. Sources say the Italian mafia consider the Albanians as
      equals. Saggers said: “There’s a strong Italian-organised mafia link
      with Albanians now, Albanians are working with them – not in competition
      with them. Plus, historically, the Italians have good contacts in Latin
      America.”
      Rotterdam in the Netherlands is Europe’s largest seaport, with eight
      million containers passing through each year. Many arrive via the direct
      “Colombian express” route before crossing to Harwich in Essex or Hull.
      The second busiest European port is Antwerp in Belgium, which
      connects to the Thames port of Tilbury, 15 miles from Hellbanianz
      territory.

      Seizures of cocaine have risen as the drug has flooded into the UK in recent years. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA

      Collectively, the Belgian and Dutch ports employ 240,000 people, a cohort of whom, police intelligence indicates, work for the ‘Ndrangheta and Mafia Shqiptare.
      “This gives the Albanians based on the near continent, direct access and control of it [cocaine] at the ports,” said Saggers.
      An NCA source described Belgium and the Netherlands as “key nexus
      points of consolidation and onward trafficking of illicit commodities”
      and confirmed Albanian groups were “expanding their influence upstream” –
      police-speak for strengthening their grip on international cocaine
      supply.
      Anna Sergi, a lecturer in criminology at the University of Essex who
      specialises in mafia relationships, confirmed Albanians and the southern
      Italian crime group have joined forces. “Whenever the ‘Ndrangheta is
      shipping things over, they work a lot with the Albanians,” she said.
      Last month Operation Pollino,
      named after the area of southern Italy where the ‘Ndrangheta has its
      roots, arrested 90 suspects. Anti-mafia prosecutors described how the
      ‘Ndrangheta relied on “permanent groups working in ports and harbours”
      along with Albanian criminal networks.
      In 2017 an Albanian cocaine dealer was caught at a London petrol
      station with false Italian identification documents on his car and two
      kilos of the drug hidden in its boot.
      The most vulnerable point for drug smugglers is the port of entry.
      Security is tight, options are finite. Sources say that the ‘Ndrangheta
      has outsourced this element of the supply chain to the Albanians.
      “You need the best people to get it out of port. If you are good at
      moving things then you stay ahead of your competitors – and the
      Albanians are good at this,” said Sergi.
      Yet even the most senior Albanians are caught sometimes. Klodjan
      Copja, 30, who ran a £60m cocaine imports syndicate, was jailed in 2017
      after his couriers were intercepted meeting drug-laden lorries arriving
      in Kent.
      One striking facet of what the NCA term the Albanians’ “increasing
      prominence” is their having – so far – avoided becoming embroiled in
      tit-for-tat feuds with rivals. The latest UK criminal threat assessment
      says that the Albanians are unusually skilled at developing
      relationships and “forging links with other OCGs [organised criminal
      gangs]”.
      Such relationship-building has left Liverpool as the only part of
      England not routinely selling Albanian-sourced cocaine. Not only has the
      Merseyside port its own direct access to South America, Saggers says
      that its turf is jealously guarded by the city’s own criminal gangs.

      A Cocaine grower in Colombia. The Albanian gangs have
      negotiated directly with the producers, enabling them to slash the price
      of the drug. Photograph: Luis Robayo/AFP/Getty Images

      Also working in the Albanians’ favour is their reputation for
      violence. Saggers says the backdrop of the Kosovo conflict has given
      them a swagger comparable to that of Irish criminals during and after
      the Troubles.
      “They are quite charismatic and known to prioritise
      relationship-building rather than competitive feuds. Also, when you come
      from a country where there’s been conflict and you have a reputation
      for ruthlessness the charisma is underlined with an element of
      ‘actually, we do need to get on with these people’,” he said.
      Qasim also points to how the Albanian are regarded in criminal
      circles. “They are sophisticated, professional and they do what they
      promise. They always deliver,” he said.
      This has much to do with the Albanian code of besa – “to
      keep the promise” – but Sergi adds that the reputation of the Mafia
      Shqiptare must also be viewed through the ancestral code of kanun, the right to take revenge: that blood must pay with blood.
      “You most trust the ones similar to you,” she said. The concept was meant to keep things internal, close.
      Then the younger generation began making flashy videos and waving money around, and along came Hellbanianz.
      The Gascoigne estate is bordered on its south and west by the A13 and
      the North Circular roads, urban bulwarks against neighbouring gangs
      such as Newham’s Beckton Black Squad.
      In the mid-1990s the estate was run by white working-class crime
      families. “If you were black and went there you’d come out in an
      ambulance,” said David, a former resident.
      Deprivation and drugs blighted the estate long before a Jamaican gang
      run by Delroy “the King” Lewis started a ruthlessly efficient 24-hour
      operation on the estate, selling crack cocaine and heroin.
      Lewis was jailed in 2004 at a time when the estate’s Albanian
      population was growing through a new refugee crisis following fresh
      unrest in Kosovo, five years after the war there brought the first
      arrivals. By the time of the 2011 census, Albanian was the second
      language on the estate.
      Soon after, Hellbanianz took over. Rookwood House, a five-minute walk
      from Barking Abbey, became their notional headquarters. Linked by
      interlocking walkways and limited access points, the tower block was
      easy to defend from police and rivals. It was seen in the video for
      Hellbanianz’s trap track Hood Life. But five months ago Rookwood House was knocked down as part of a sweeping regeneration project.

      If they’re importing kilos for a few thousand dollars, imagine how much money those youngsters are turning over

      Tony Saggers, former head of drugs, National Crime Agency

      Locals say Hellbanianz has moved operations north, to a prime spot
      near the Kings Lounge pub. “They gather at 9pm, same faces, same lot,”
      one said. Some might recognise the faces from YouTube where Hellbanianz
      posts footage to try to lure “falcons” – fresh recruits – with shots of
      scantily clad women, wheel-spinning Bentleys and the ubiquitious wads of
      money.
      Saggers said: “The retail market is the get-rich-quick environment.
      If they’re importing kilos for a few thousand dollars, imagine how much
      money those youngsters are turning over if they’re selling at £40 a
      gram?”
      Before its account was closed in November, Hellbanianz had 115,000
      Instagram followers. The video for Hood Life, which opens with a drone
      shot of the Gascoigne estate, has been watched more than 7.5m times. The
      gang’s lyrics discuss defending Barking with “kallash” (AK47s)– and
      dishing out threats to rival Albanian outfit OTR ( On Top Of The Rest)
      and a fair few others. Their latest video, released in late October
      2018, states they are “ready for war”.
      One resident called Hellbanianz the “stabbers”. Requesting anonymity,
      he said: “You’d be walking home and feel a little prick on your leg and
      later you realised you’d been stabbed by one of the Albanian kids.”
      Such disregard was evident in the case of Hellbanianz member Tristen Asllani,
      who in 2016 lost control during a high-speed police chase in Crouch
      End, north London, and ploughed into a shop. In the crumpled car,
      officers found a suitcase full of cocaine and later, at the
      29-year-old’s home, another 21kg of the drug and a Skorpion machine
      pistol with a silencer.
      Such antics help explain why Albanians are the third largest foreign
      nationality in UK prisons.
      The figure is even more startling when
      considering the tiny number of UK organised criminals the NCA believes
      are Albanian – 0.8%.
      Hellbanianz’s high life – the bling, the violence – has fostered
      tensions within the Albanian community, particularly the goading of
      police. The Hood Life video shows gang members surrounding a Met patrol
      car.
      “This goes against the Albanian culture. Some of their higher end
      drug dealers, international traders, don’t like this behaviour. It
      exposes their activities. They want to be low-key, making profits
      without being caught,” said Qasim.
      On Longridge Road in Barking, home to its Albanian restaurants, some
      scowl when the gang or names of prominent members are mentioned. Others
      deny its existence.
      Another repercussion of the Albanian model has, say some, helped fuel
      knife crime and drug disputes by making cocaine affordable to smaller,
      younger street gangs. A recent report by the London borough of Waltham
      Forest said gangs were moving from postcode rivalries to commercial
      enterprises focused on dealing cocaine. Last Tuesday, 14-year-old Jayden Moodie was killed in the borough during a targeted attack, though his family say he had no gang involvement.
      Meanwhile, so long as Mafia Shqiptare keeps delivering their cocaine,
      recruiting teenagers to the Hellbanianz gangster life has never been
      easier.
      https://amp.theguardian.com/world/2019/jan/13/kings-of-cocaine-albanian-mafia-uk-drugs-crime?CMP=share_btn_tw&__twitter_impression=true 

      American Spectator,American Spectator,

      How much longer will the U.S. continue to support a socialist network in artfully criminal Albania?
      foreign policy: „have transformed Albania into a Banana Republic“ : Samir Tahiri, Arben Ahmeti, Ilir Meta, PM: Edi Rama


      Mbretërit
      e kokainës, si e mori mafia shqiptare kontrollin e drogës në Britaninë e
      Madhe/ Bashkëpunimi me Ndragheta-n dhe kodi i besës

      Britanikja
      “The Guardian” shkrim për Mafian Shqiptare. Mënyra sesi ia dolën
      shqiptarët të pushtojnë tregun e kokainës në Britaninë e Madhe është…

      Edi Rama’s Regierungs Stile. Meetings bei Kriminellen in illegalen Bauten.

      Die Albanische Mafia Regierung, bei der ersten Sitzung in einer vollkommen illegal gebauten Anlage der Drogen Mafia, zuvor auch 2017, direkt bei Sait Fishta, in seinen Geldwäsche Anlage Bauten ebenso ohne Dokumente und illegal gebaut 

      Hier fährt die Politik Mafia, direkt in einem illegalem Mafia Bau
      bei Elbasan vor. in Tradition bei Edi Rama. Kaum zuglauben, die
      Dreistigkeit der kriminellen Edi Rama Regierung, wenn man unter den
      Protesten der Anwohner erneut direkt bei der übelsten Mafia in illegalen
      Lokalen, eine Regierungs Tagung organisiert. Edi Rama kennt jeden
      Ganoven und Drogen Boss in Elbasan. Taulant Balla erneut dabei. Mafia
      Zentrale Elbasan, das illegale „Fish City“ Anlage, wo erneut Edi Rama
      eine Kabinets Tagung machte, obwohl die Anlage mit grossen Grundstücks
      Diebstahl, keine Legalisierung erhielt.
      Original Edi Rama Mafia Stile, weil er nur in illegalen Mafia Bauten an der Küste, hier nun bei Elbasan verkehrt.

      Edi Rama Tradition. Kabinetts Sitzungen bei der Super Mafia in
      illegalen Bauten, die nie eine Genehmigung erhielten in seinem Landraub
      System

      Im Monte Parlament: 2 Abgeordnete Nebojša Medojević und Zoran
      Beçiroviç, erklären im Parlament, das man die angeblichen Investitionen
      von Bashkim Ulaj (EU Partner, mit dem ABBAS Zentrum, wo die EU Botschaft
      residiert), mit der Baufirma Gener-2 überprüft, weil es Gelder der
      Tropoje Drogen Mafia sind, real Nachfolger von „Darko Saric“ Kokain
      König in Montenegro.

      Das Porto Budva, Appartment Projekt der Mafia,
      wo in der Regel immer 2-5 Gangster ein Projekt betreiben. Bauschrott
      garantiert, und ohne Beton Rüttler, was die Ziegenhirten des Verbrechens
      verweigern. rweigern.
      Partner vor Ort: Naser Ramaj Natürlich auch noch Fussball Präsident, als Markenzeichen und 35 Jahre.; Club: KF Feronikell
      Eine Doko über die Drogen Clans, rund um Kokain und dem permanenten Identitäten Wechsel,
      was jeder vor 15 Jahren schon wusste, korrupte Internationale wie Knut
      Fleckendstein, Johannes Hahn, als Fortschritt verkaufen und dann die
      dumme Quoten Frauen Bande in Tirana.
      kommentierte der Journalist und Autor des Dokumentarfilms“ Clandestino „David BERIAIN.

      Der Dokumentarfilm Ort für Albanien
      BERIAIN könnte in das Herz dieser schrecklichen kriminellen Organisation eingefügt werden.

      Gangster Monopole

      Albania: One step forward, two steps back
      Schon 1995 waren die Zustände bekannt, in Verantwortung der Internationalen, welche die Zustände schweigend duldeten. DER SPIEGEL 38/1995DER SPIEGEL 38/1995


      Artikel als PDF ansehen Artikel als PDF ansehen Albanien: Plötzlich sterben Albanien: Plötzlich sterben

      Der neue Kabinetts Chef von Edi Rama: Engjell Agaci, wird von
      Berisha, als Gross Drogen Schmuggler geoutet. Aber das ist die normale
      Verleumdung von Berisha durchaus. Fakt ist, das Engjell Agaci, keinerlei Kompetenz hat,
      Erfahrung sich diesen Posten erkaufte, identisch wie der Gangster Oured
      Bykybahsi bei Berisha. Inkompetenz und Betrug als Programm. Er schweigt
      zu der Super Kathastrophe mit den Überschwemmungen, dokumentiert erneut
      die absolute Unfähigkeit. Engjëll Agaçi, sekretari i ri i përgjithshëm i Kryeministrisë

      September 16, 2013 17:47

      Deutsche Politiker, aus der ordinären Gutmenschen Mafia sind immer dabei in Tradition
      a laufen unendliche Operationen, was mit 15 Jahren Verspätung passiert. Der Kokain Handel, direkt von der KfW finanziert und mit Hilfe der SPD und AA Verbrecher Banden.

      MItglied im grössten Drogen Kartell der Welt, wo es schon Hunderte von Verhaftungen gab.

      Saarbrücken – Sein Namenspatron hat Geschenke im Sack. Beim saarländischen Linken-Politiker Nikolaus Leo Staud fanden Fahnder des Landeskriminalamtes laut Informationen der Bildzeitung dagegen zwei Kilogramm Marihuana, mit einem Straßenverkaufswert von rund 20 000 Euro. Der Politiker wurde verhaftet.

      https://www.journalistenwatch.com/2018/11/11/linker-nikolaus-staud/

       

      5 mal Sallaku Brüder erneut in Italien verhaftet, Drogen und Kokain Handel.

      Trafik
      droge dhe armësh në Itali/ 5 vëllezërit Sallaku rikthehen në burg, 2
      gratë në arrest shtëpie – Si doli zbuluar familja nga përgjimet

      Rikthehet
      në burg biznesmeni shqiptar në Itali, Gëzim Sallaku bashkë me 4
      vëllezërit e tij. Ata u arrestuan në nëntor për trafik droge dhe
      armësh,…

      13 Janar, 09:35

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  3. 2 Tonnen Kokain wurden nun über Lettland in Bananen Containern entdeckt. Edi Rama’s Kokain und Drogen Kartell auf allen Ebenen, vor allem der Geldwäsche und Zerstörung der Küste.

    Lettland, Kokain, Bananen

    https://shqiptarja.com/lajm/droge-nga-ekuadori-ne-kuti-bananesh-sekuestrohen-2-ton-kokaine-ne-letoni

    Da laufen unendliche Operationen, was mit 15 Jahren Verspätung passiert. Der Kokain Handel, direkt von der KfW finanziert und mit Hilfe der SPD und AA Verbrecher Banden.

    Nikolaus Staud
    MItglied im grössten Drogen Kartell der Welt, wo es schon Hunderte von Verhaftungen gab.

    Saarbrücken – Sein Namenspatron hat Geschenke im Sack. Beim saarländischen Linken-Politiker Nikolaus Leo Staud fanden Fahnder des Landeskriminalamtes laut Informationen der Bildzeitung dagegen zwei Kilogramm Marihuana, mit einem Straßenverkaufswert von rund 20 000 Euro. Der Politiker wurde verhaftet.

    https://www.journalistenwatch.com/2018/11/11/linker-nikolaus-staud/

     

     

    300 kg Kokain, Griechen, warnte die albanische Mafia, Wer capo ist (Dalin Sehenswürdigkeiten Beschlagnahme von Drogen)

      Griechenland- geweißt neue Einzelheiten der Operation, die in nahm Ecuador und in Athen , die mit der Verhaftung von neun Menschen endeten, darunter Griechisch und ein albanisches die Führer der kriminellen Gruppe waren.

      Griechische Medien schreiben, dass die Zahlung für mehr als 300 Kilo Kokain der albanischen Mafia geworden war. Albanisch verhaftet Ilia Petro bekannt als Papa, 41 Jahre alt, von Elbasan, und mit einem Vorstrafenregister, für Handel 200 Kilogramm Marihuana in Italien festgenommen worden war.

      Mit zwei Griechisch Albanisch kooperieren in einer Nebenrolle, Apostolis Leusis, der Sohn eines Astrologen und Geschäftsmann Vassilis SPIRIDONAKOS, Autobesitzer. Ecuadorianische Medien haben die Bilder zum Zeitpunkt der Heroinbeschlagnahme veröffentlicht.

      http://shqiptarja.com/galeri/1725

      Kokain wurde in einer Yacht und das Ziel war Australien gefunden, während ein kleiner Teil in Griechenland auf den Markt war. Durch den Betrieb in Ecuador wurden 382 kg Kokain beschlagnahmt, während in Griechenland drei Menschen verhaftet wurde und packte zwei Pistolen, 223 Patronen und zwei Skalen.

      Griechische Medien haben Fotos von der Operation veröffentlicht, wo die Yacht ergriffen wurde Kokain bereits ergriffen worden, während der Betrieb noch in einigen Ländern weiterhin Komplizen zu verhaften.

      http://shqiptarja.com/lajm/300-kg-kokaine-greket-e-porositi-mafia-shqiptare-ja-kush-eshte-kapoja-dalin-pamjet-ku-ishte-fshehur-droga

    700 kg Kokain, wurde in einem Container einer Leder Fabrik in Vizence entdeckt, der Besitzer rief die Polizei, was dann beschlagnahmt wurde. Europa weit aufgebaut und von der Deutschen Justiz Mafia geduldet, das Drogen Kartell der Albaner. Uralte Kokain Kartelle, über bekannte Container Häfen in Italien, ebenso in Kroatien.
    Das Drogen Kartell des Arber Cekaj, inklusive eigener Killer Kommandos mit
    Elvis Dizdari

    http://www.newsbomb.al/kapen-690-kg-kokaine-ne-nje-kontejner-me-lekura-ne-itali-143624

    Der Bruder von Edi Rama, Olsi Rama, ein Georg Soros Mann mit dem Gangster Tom Doshi
    Goldene und teure Uhren bei Polizei Direktoren mit dem Super Mafia Boss: Samir Tahiri, identisch wie bei S. Ceblis, vom Auswärtigem Amte einem Club der Hirnlosen

    https://tse2.mm.bing.net/th?id=OIP.9IlUkRdPU96NL9ZlrwkviAHaHZ&pid=15.1&P=0&w=300&h=300

    Sohn des Edi Rama: Gregor Rama, was Alles sagt: 60.000 $ Maybach Brille, mit Sicherheit echt.

    Ergys Hoxha, Geldeintreiber des Edi Rama bei Verbrecher Clans, inklusive eigenem Hinrichtungs Team mit Ervin Dalipaj

    Die Hamburger Politik Mafia von den „Osmani“ Clan, bis heute immer dabei, mit Knut Fleckenstein.

    Der Bruder von Edi Rama, Olsi Rama, ein Georg Soros Mann mit dem Gangster Tom Doshi

    Ein BKA Bericht gibt Aufschluss, wo Deutsche Diplomaten auch vor Mord nicht zurückschreckten um ihre Mafia Geschäfte zu vertuschen
    EU Mafia und Vangjush Dako, Adrian Cela, Hekuran Hoxha, Dash Gjoka, Yassin Avdyli, die Profi Verbrecher von Durrres, im Focus der Internationalen Ermittler Heute mit eigenen Heroin Labors, die gut in Deutschland situiertierten Drogen Bande, aller Verbrecher Clan.

    Fatos Lobonja: “because Rama is associated with the oligarchs and organized crim”

    Luxus Bau, der Altin Avdyli Gruppe: National Strasse, Tirana – Kavaje, an der Abzweigung nach Shiak[

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