The diabolical plan to destabilize Macedonia by Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland, the U.S. ambassador to Macedonia Jess Baily, and Macedonian «social democratic» opposition leaders Zoran Zaev and Branko Crvenkovski – who could be called the «Arseniy Yatsenyuk and Petro Poroshenko of Macedonia» – has entered a critical phase with members of the supposedly disbanded Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) increasing their terrorist border incursions on Macedonian territory from Kosovo.
The plan by the U.S. State Department and Macedonian stooges like Zaev and Crvenkovski is to create a situation where the democratically-elected government of Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski and President Georgy Ivanov is ousted in an uprising crafted by well-paid operatives for George Soros. The coup plotters, including those who have become known throughout Macedonia as «Sorosites,» hope to replace the independent-minded government of Macedonia with one that will cancel the Turkish Stream pipeline project that is designed to transport natural gas into central Europe from Russia via Turkey, Greece, Macedonia, Serbia, and Hungary; negotiate with Greece, the European Union and NATO to end the nation’s use of the name «Macedonia,» thus ensuring the fast-track entry of Macedonia into the EU and NATO; and satiate the desires of Albanian nationalists in Albania and Kosovo for Albanian-majority regions of Macedonia to be whittled away from the country and appended to a «Greater Albania.»
It is the rise of Albanian nationalist irredentism along the fragile Kosovo-Albanian border that poses the greatest threat to Macedonia’s political and territorial integrity. The first signs of trouble along the border was an attack in April on a Macedonian police border post at Gošince by 40 armed men wearing the insignia of the allegedly outlawed KLA. That action came at the same time that Kosovo's Foreign Minister, Hashim Thaci, the former leader of the KLA, defied threats by Serbian authorities to arrest him for terrorist charges brought in 2007 and visit Belgrade to attend a conference organized by «Sorosites.» The arrest of the Kosovo foreign minister would have set the stage for a NATO/EU confrontation with Serbia, another critical partner in not only the Turkish Stream pipeline but the Chinese-funded Balkan railway part of the Silk Road project that will link the Greek port of Piraeus to Budapest through Macedonia and Serbia.
On May 9, armed gunmen who had earlier crossed over from Kosovo and into Macedonia, were confronted in the northern border town of Kumanovo by Macedonian police in a counter-terrorism operation. A firefight broke out between the suspected KLA terrorists and the police. Six Macedonian police and an unknown number of the Albanian terrorists were killed in the ensuing battle.
The attack by the restored KLA on the Gošince Macedonian border post, where Macedonian police officers were held hostage before the Albanian raiders returned to Kosovo, and the most recent foray by the KLA into Kumanovo could not have been possible without the knowledge of Kosovo's military protector, NATO, which operates its largest military base in Camp Bondsteel in Kosovo.
In 2001, when KLA forces, allied with Macedonian Albanian nationalists of the National Liberation Army (NLA) of Macedonia, fought Macedonian government forces in the town of Aračinovo in Macedonia, forces of the U.S. private military firm, Military Professional Resources, Inc. (MPRI), were involved with both sides. MPRI was assisting the NLA while also advising the Macedonian army. It is believed that MPRI had passed Macedonian national security information to the NLA prior to the attack by the KLA/NLA on Aračinovo. The Ochrid Agreements saw Macedonia grant generous autonomy rights to its Albanian population in an effort to keep the violence that wracked Kosovo and Bosnia from spilling over into generally peaceful Macedonia. The Ochrid Agreements are now in jeopardy as the destabilization forces of Nuland and Soros increase their pressure on the government in Skopje.
As if on cue from his «Sorosite» masters, Albanian nationalist leader Koco Danaj, said from Tirana, that the Kumanovo incident was the fault of Gruevski, who Danaj likened to Adolf Hitler. Danaj is the leader of an Albanian nationalist group called «Platform for Natural Albania,» which has adherents in Albania, Kosovo, Montenegro, and Macedonia who want to create a «Greater Albania.» Danaj indicated that he has allies in Pristina, Skopje, and Ulcinj, the latter the major Albanian center in Montenegro, who stand ready to bring about a Greater Albania.
In an attempt to intimidate Gruevski, Danaj said «Gruevski will end in blood.» Danaj was warning Gruevksi against any attempt to stamp out foreign Albanian terrorist activities in Macedonia. In fact, the KLA members caught by the police in Kumanovo were, according to Gruevski, planning a series of terrorist attacks on government installations in Skopje and other Macedonian population centers.
At the same time Danaj was making threats against Macedonia from Albania, a NATO member state, Bosniak Muslims staged a reenactment of a wartime Nazi Waffen SS Handzar division parade in Novi Pazar, the capital of the Muslim-dominated Sandzhak province of Serbia. The Bosniaks chose May 9, Victory in Europe Day, to stage their Nazi reenactment parade. The move is similar to the neo-Nazi Waffen SS division parades conducted in Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuania and meant to outrage ethnic Russians in those countries. The Bosniak Waffen SS troops were identifiable by their green uniforms and red fezzes and were among Hitler’s fiercest of fighters and the Bosniaks marching in Novi Pazar wore the very same uniforms on VE Day. The Bosniak Muslims of Sandzhak and their like-minded colleagues in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro, and Macedonia largely favor the establishment of an Islamic caliphate in the Balkans that would include the Bosniak Muslims and Albanians.
Zaev, Crvenkovski, and the «Sorosites» are using the outbreak of violence in the Albanian majority regions of Macedonia in an attempt to dislodge from the current government the Albanian political party, the Democratic Union for Integration (DUI), as a junior coalition partner of the governing VMRO DPMNE party of Prime Minister Gruevski.
The problems in the Albanian regions of Macedonia follows violent anti-government demonstrations in Skopje that were egged on by the «Sorosites.» Zaev and Crvenkovski are using unfounded charges that Gruevski’s government eavesdropped on the phone calls of 20,000 Macedonians, as a rallying theme against the government. Largely ignored by the foreign press is the fact that only the U.S. National Security Agency and its British and German partners have the capability to conduct such massive surveillance. The question remains: who provided the Macedonian opposition with the taped conversations of Gruevski and other government leaders with the opposition leaders? The sophistication of the intercepts rules out the Macedonian Intelligence Service.
The opposition to Gruevski's government has been joined by two of the major Soros-funded media operations in Macedonia, the television networks "Telma" and "24 Vesti." They helped stoke recent violent protests directed at the government on Macedonia Square in central Skopje, demonstrations that saw 36 of the 40 total injured in the melees in front of the government headquarters in Skopje identified as police officers. One Social Democratic leader and ally of Zaev and Crvenkovski, Radmila Shekerinska, was witnessed at a café near the protest venue issuing instructions to protesters to forcibly enter government buildings. Crvenkovksi and Zaev have openly called for a popular uprising against the Macedonian government. The Soros-influenced Radio Free Europe Radio Free Europe has consistently understated the number of police officers injured by «Sorosite» rioters and it has failed to report on the external agitation behind the rioting.
The good news is that Macedonians from all walks of life and ethnic backgrounds, Slavic and Albanian and Muslims and Orthodox alike, are aware of the «Sorosite» influences behind the outbreak of violence in their country and they are willing to stand up against it. For Soros and his agitators within the Macedonian opposition and the U.S. embassy in Skopje, Macedonia, unlike Ukraine, will not be easily walked on.