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An international "vaudeville" with "non grata" Berisha!
Written by Gjon BRUÇI 25 Korrik 2022
I explain to the reader who may not know, that "Vaudeville" is called a theatrical piece, without psychological or moral goals, but simply for the entertainment of the public. The Albanian people have been watching such a theatrical piece dedicated to "Non grata"- Berisha for a year or so. A theatrical piece with international direction, which started in Washington, continued in London, and it is not known in which chancellery or judicial stage will mark the finale. The "show" in question takes place in the Albanian political scene, dominating the entire discourse of politicians, journalists, opinion writers and why not, also of a wide mass of citizens. Some of them have even made public statements that the "Vaudeville" in question will soon be finalized with the arrest of its main and only character, named Sali Berisha. Despite this political "elite", state and social, who are convinced that "vaudeville" will turn into a drama and tragedy for its character, there are also some skeptics, who believe that the above theatrical part will remain until the end, an entertaining vaudeville, not only for the "royal court", but also for the large plate of the people. I am trying to clarify this somewhat controversial position of our upper elite. . . The character Berisha is the politician who has dominated and continues to dominate the Albanian political scene of the last three decades in our country. As former president Meta said on the eve of handing over the presidential chair, "Berisha has left a mark in history". Of course, he did not define what traces he left, but if the people were to be asked, he would probably say that Berisha really left a mark in the history of Albanians. but these traces were traces of blood. And it would line up at least four of the main "traces", which are visible and filmed by visual media, professional and amateur cameras and snapshots of photographers. These "traces" start with the horror of 1997, continue with the coup-state of 1998, "continue" with the "Hiroshima bomb" of Gërdec, to be "inaugurated" with the murder in the middle of the boulevard in the middle of the day on January 21, 2011, of four innocent citizens. We are not mentioning here the other acts such as the serial murders in Tropoja, the behind-the-scenes of the "fall of the hero of democracy", the disappearance without a trace of Remzi Hoxha, and others of the Zogollian type. If during these three decades named "democratic transition", we would have had a truly fair and active justice system, our charismatic character, with the terrifying name "Berisha", he would have been sentenced to life imprisonment at least four times, specifically: For the events of 1997, where Berisha with his direct actions overthrew the state and collapsed Albania; in 1998, when he rode on tanks, he aimed to regain power; with the tragedy of Gërdec, where 26 citizens lost their lives, hundreds of others were injured; and with the assassination of January 21, 2011, when the victims fell on the boulevard from the direct bullets of the Government Guard and Prime Minister Berisha's security guards. When we remember these bloody scenes that took place in modern times, in a country that is at the heart of "democratic Europe", scenes that were overlooked without punishing the guilty, our mouths open from ear to ear, not to laugh, but to he was confused. . . For the above four cases, the culprits have been protected directly or indirectly by those who preach "the rule of law and the democracy of the capitalist system" the most. In the first case, with the approval of the Euro-Atlantic internationals, the amnesty came into play, which gave Berisha the opportunity to leave the slaughterhouse, healthy as an apple seed. A year later, after the "coup d'état", thanks to a "crack" of the next governor, Berisha ended up in the police offices, but after a phone call from Washington, Germany and Italy, he came out like a rune and ran to his "herd ", to return after seven years to the post of prime minister. The incident of Gërdec shocked Berisha, but his old friend and current opponent, Rama, fell on Saliu's shoulders, consoling him for the tragedy, and assuring him that they would bear the "pain" together. January 21, 2011 seemed to put an end to Saliu's political and state career, but the "verbal order" he had received from the international community to maintain "stability" by any means, gave Berisha the opportunity to end it with "honor" the government mandate, without a serious note on the "registration card", leaving the window open for him to return to power again, as is currently expected to happen. In February 2015, I, the amateur analyst, published in "DITA", an article replying to the editorial of this newspaper, with the title: "Punishment of Berisha? Don't wait for it to happen!". A full seven years after this reply, my "prophecy" still turns out to be true. We do have "Non women", but this is far from punishment. Yes, how is it possible that after all these state and individual crimes to the detriment of democracy, the people and the country, Politician and statesman Berisha, not only has he not been punished, but he even responds and legislates like a whistle, with secretaries and state departments from the most powerful of the globe, without a twitch of his already gray hair and eyebrows? The reasons for not punishing Berisha, at least for the four cases above, are already obvious: We are listing them in order: The amnesty of the events of 1997, and therefore of Berisha, was indeed signed by Albanian politicians, of both sides , but the directors of this agreement were the international ones. Reason? If Berisha were to end up in the dock, the hands of the internationals, who were participants behind the scenes of those tragic events that also physically collapsed Albania, would also come to light. For the coup d'état of 1998, we don't have to stop, because we have the evidence of the "telephone calls from Washington, Berlin and Rome", which canceled even that small attempt to "scare" Saliu by detaining him for a few hours in the police area of ??the capital. Even less can we think of his punishment for the tragedy of Gërdec, which was a "work" of the Pentagon, and the Pentagon cannot be joked with. Saliu had his worst fire on January 21, 2011. That unprecedented event shrunk him to the size of a fist. But the order "to maintain stability by any means", which "the West" had transmitted to him, gave him hope that he would throw the "river". Hope that after the first days of the disaster, came true, and he returned "manfully", publicly declaring that: "You dared to attack my office, I will kill, not four or five, but four hundred and five hundred people, even together with the opposition Edvini. . . "! I remind the readers that the "order" of the Westerners addressed to our Saliu was transmitted to him by the former Head of SHIK, Klosi, which he stated on a TV panel in 2019. It is exactly this "story", now with the "butt out" , which makes the American "Non Grata" a vaudeville, like those that appeared in the 19th century to entertain the royal court in France and other Western countries. This "vaudeville" across the Atlantic was also dubbed by the English "John Bulli", making it even more entertaining for the political-state elite of our "democratic" country, but never for the Albanian people. When you hear about Western non grata against Berisha, and the latter sticks out his tongue and returns to politics to regain power, the question naturally arises: How is it possible that all that America, that whole State Department, aided even by their own brother in the British Isles, are unable to convict a person, who is accused by them of corruption and state crimes? Of course, I am not saying that America or England should open court hearings for our Sali, but they, especially the Americans, can set in motion within a minute the organs of the SPAK, which they themselves have raised and nurtured with minds, infrastructure and amazing salary. It is rumored that if Berisha is arrested, his militants will disrupt our stability. Therefore, the "tactic" of the Americans had the purpose of scaring Saliu, already "a squeezed lemon" and forcing him to run away from Orbani, or some other scumbag like that. If the US intelligence agencies really suspect that the arrest of Berisha could disturb the Albanian waters, then we regret to say that the USA had the famous CIA agency at its lowest point. As for Berisha's escape outside of Albania, I assure you that it will not happen. And this not out of bravery, but on the contrary out of fear, that his hosts might treacherously hand him over. And the unfaithful, like Berisha, is very afraid of unfaithfulness. Berisha is brave when he is among his fiery militants, similar to Hitler's squadrons. And this opportunity is being created by these "non gratas", which are not accompanied by concrete evidence and charges before the Albanian court, why not also before the international court. In closing: You showed us the "Vaudeville" of the non-woman Berisha. Please, find another theatrical part, because what you have put on the stage, does not stick to us or persecute us!