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The day is coming

June 16 2000 at 12:50 AM
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Plutonas
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No it's not....trust me on this one

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June 16 2000, 3:09 PM 

It's not.

 
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Skenderbeg
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NO YOU TRUST ME

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June 16 2000, 7:23 PM 

YOU CAN PUT THAT IN THE BANK.

 
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Plutonas
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The only country you can take over is FYROM....nothing else

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June 16 2000, 11:47 PM 

Only country weaker than you is Fyrom. You can't lay a hand on anyone else.

 
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Skenderbeg
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No u dont understand

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June 17 2000, 12:33 PM 

Macedonia is only an exsersise that will increase our apetite
just as was Kossova .Then Montenegro will go independent and we will take it later.Serbia will be ours over time and we are already infiltrating it now and have 400,000 Albanians living in
Serbia ( excluding of course Kossova which has nothing to do with Serbia ).In Greece we have 500,000 Albanians living and also there is 3,000,000 Greeks in Greece who are of Albanian
descent and that includes most of Greece,Athens will reamin a city state while all the Aegean islands,Crete and Thrace will go to their wrightfull owners , our dear friends , Turks.The day is coming when we will liberate our dear confused brothers in Greece and make them Albanain again as they are.

Also this is the map of Albanian regions once we have all the regions back then we will take the rest of former Yugoslavia
and most of Greece and south Italy and Sicily ( as many of these
people have Albanian blood as well ).THE FUTURE IS OURS





 
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Plutonas
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Albanians in Greece count as GREEKS

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June 17 2000, 2:55 PM 

We don't recognise minorites because for a special reason: because if we don't (and one of the minorites tries to steal our land) we can kill them and no one can stop us. because it will count as an INTERIOR problem. You can't do anything to us.

 
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Skenderbeg
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i CAN ASSURE YOU

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June 17 2000, 3:41 PM 

YOU THAT ALBANIAN DIASPORA HAS MORE MONEY THAN YOU CAN EVER IMAGINE AND POWER AND THAT OUR PLANS WILL SUCCEED.IF YOU GREEKS ARE NICE WE MIGHT, MIGHT, LET YOU KEEP ATHENS.

WESTERN BALKANS IS ALBANIAN

 
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Plutonas
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hahah, we use ALBANIANS as WORKERS!!

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June 17 2000, 4:04 PM 

They steal because they are so poor. All they do is manual labour in Hellas, nothing higher than that.

 
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Skenderbeg
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Well in any country there are poor people

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June 17 2000, 6:16 PM 

and in Albania there is some also and they cross the artificial Greek border to go to Greek occupied Epir and other Greek occupied parts of Albania where they every wright to be in the firts place.About them stealing that is a pure propaganda and Albanians are known worldwide as honest and hard working people unlike Greeks who are natural born con artist and criminals.


WESTERN BALKANS IS
ALBANIAN

 
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Plutonas
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Please.....

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June 18 2000, 1:05 PM 

Albanians job descriptions in Hellas:

1. Murderer
2. Rapist
3. Thief
4. Terrorist

What a nice people huh!

 
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Plutonas
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Please.....

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June 18 2000, 1:09 PM 

Albanians job descriptions in Hellas:

1. Murderer
2. Rapist
3. Thief
4. Terrorist

What a nice people huh!

 
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Skenderbeg
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THAT IS JUST GREEK PROPAGANDA

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June 18 2000, 4:17 PM 

AGAINST ALBANIANS WHO ARE KNOWN WORLDWIDE AS HONEST AND HARDWORKING PEOPLE UNLIKE THE NATURAL BORN CAN ARTIST-GREEKS.

WEST BALKANS ALBANIA
EAST BALKANS TURKEY

 
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Plutonas
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It's true what it is....

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June 18 2000, 5:16 PM 

All your Albanian people sneak over the border cuz they know life in Albania sucks. Then they can't find jobs so they work at low wage jobs building **** like houses for example.

Come over the border and see for yourself...I will treat you to foods and drinks you have never seen or heard of before (mainly bisquits and coffee).

 
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ALBAN
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TO PLUTONAS

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December 27 2001, 7:05 AM 

Have you ever been in greece? Please, tell me if you can find anyone who has never been in Germany being in the same ****y situatuion that albanians are.
Ask them what germans use to say about them and you will see.

 
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ilir
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Go Greek

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January 11 2002, 4:05 PM 

Pluto why don't you take it up the a s s. Just like the rest of the greeks, especially my ex-girlfriend

 
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ilir
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illiterate

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January 11 2002, 4:10 PM 

You might be able to bull **** someone who has no education with your lies, like your fellow dumd ass geeks. Read non-geek printed propoganda history books because you have much to learn.

 
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Re: The day is coming

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May 6 2002, 12:27 AM 

Background:
In 1990 Albania ended 44 years of xenophobic communist rule and
established a multiparty democracy. The transition has proven difficult
as corrupt governments have tried to deal with high unemployment, a
dilapidated infrastructure, widespread gangsterism, and disruptive
political opponents. International observers judged local elections in
2000 to be acceptable and a step toward democratic development, but
serious deficiencies remain to be corrected before the the 2001
parliamentary elections.

Economy -
overview:
Poor by European standards, Albania is making the difficult transition
to a more open-market economy. The economy rebounded in 1993-95
after a severe depression accompanying the end of the previous
centrally planned system in 1990 and 1991. However, a weakening of
government resolve to maintain stabilization policies in the election
year of 1996 contributed to renewal of inflationary pressures, spurred
by the budget deficit which exceeded 12% of GDP. The collapse of
financial pyramid schemes in early 1997 - which had attracted deposits
from a substantial portion of Albania's population - triggered severe
social unrest which led to more than 1,500 deaths, widespread
destruction of property, and a 7% drop in GDP. The government has
taken measures to curb violent crime and to revive economic activity
and trade. The economy is bolstered by remittances from some 20% of
the labor force that works abroad, mostly in Greece and Italy. These
remittances supplement GDP and help offset the large foreign trade
deficit. Most agricultural land was privatized in 1992, substantially
improving peasant incomes. In 1998, Albania recovered the 7% drop in
GDP of 1997 and pushed ahead by 8% in 1999 and by 7.5% in 2000.
International aid helped defray the high costs of receiving and returning
refugees from the Kosovo conflict. Privatization scored some
successes in 2000, but other reforms lagged.

GDP:
purchasing power parity - $10.5 billion (2000 est.)

GDP - real
growth rate:
7.5% (2000 est.)

GDP - per
capita:
purchasing power parity - $3,000 (2000 est.)

GDP -
composition by
sector:
agriculture: 55%

industry: 24%

services: 21% (2000)

Population
below poverty
line:
19.6% (1996 est.)

Household
income or
consumption by
percentage
share:
lowest 10%: NA%

highest 10%: NA%

Inflation rate
(consumer
prices):
1% (2000 est.)

Labor force:
1.692 million (including 352,000 emigrant workers and 261,000
domestically unemployed) (1994 est.)

Labor force - by
occupation:
agriculture 50%, industry and services 50%

Unemployment
rate:
16% (2000 est.) officially; may be as high as 25%

Budget:
revenues: $393 million

expenditures: $676 million, including capital expenditures of $NA
(1997 est.)

Industries:
food processing, textiles and clothing; lumber, oil, cement, chemicals,
mining, basic metals, hydropower

Industrial
production
growth rate:
9% (2000 est.)

Electricity -
production:
5.332 billion kWh (1999)

Electricity -
production by
source:
fossil fuel: 3.81%

hydro: 96.19%

nuclear: 0%

other: 0% (1999)

Electricity -
consumption:
5.379 billion kWh (1999)

Electricity -
exports:
100 million kWh (1999)

Electricity -
imports:
600 million kWh (2000)

Agriculture -
products:
wheat, corn, potatoes, vegetables, fruits, sugar beets, grapes; meat,
dairy products

Exports:
$310 million (f.o.b., 2000 est.)

Exports -
commodities:
textiles and footwear; asphalt, metals and metallic ores, crude oil;
vegetables, fruits, tobacco

Exports -
partners:
Italy 67%, Greece 15%, Germany 5%, Austria 2%, The Former
Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 2% (2000)

Imports:
$1 billion (f.o.b., 2000 est.)

Imports -
commodities:
machinery and equipment, foodstuffs, textiles, chemicals

Imports -
partners:
Italy 37%, Greece 28%, Turkey 6%, Germany 6%, Bulgaria 3% (2000)

Debt - external:
$1 billion (2000)

Economic aid -
recipient:
$NA; aid for energy from China, Germany, Norway (2000)

Currency:
lek (ALL)

Currency code:
ALL

Exchange rates:
leke per US dollar - 146.08 (December 2000),143.71 (2000) 137.69
(1999), 150.63 (1998), 148.93 (1997), 104.50 (1996); note - leke is the
plural of lek

Fiscal year:
calendar year

Albania
Communications
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Telephones -
main lines in
use:
87,000 (1997)

Telephones -
mobile cellular:
3,100 (1999)

Telephone
system:
general assessment: Albania has the poorest telephone service in
Europe with fewer than two telephones per 100 inhabitants; it is
doubtful that every village has telephone service

domestic: obsolete wire system; no longer provides a telephone for
every village; in 1992, following the fall of the communist government,
peasants cut the wire to about 1,000 villages and used it to build
fences

international: inadequate; international traffic carried by microwave
radio relay from the Tirana exchange to Italy and Greece

Radio broadcast
stations:
AM 16, FM 3, shortwave 2 (1999)

Radios:
810,000 (1997)

Television
broadcast
stations:
9 (plus 264 repeaters) (1995)

Televisions:
405,000 (1997)

Internet country
code:
.al

Internet Service
Providers (ISPs):
7 (2000)

Internet users:
2,500 (2000)

Albania
Transportation
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Railways:
total: 447 km

standard gauge: 447 km 1.435-m gauge (2001)

Highways:
total: 18,000 km

paved: 5,400 km

unpaved: 12,600 km (1998 est.)

Waterways:
43 km

note: includes Albanian sections of Lake Scutari, Lake Ohrid, and
Lake Prespa (1990)

Pipelines:
crude oil 145 km; petroleum products 55 km; natural gas 64 km (1991)

Ports and
harbors:
Durres, Sarande, Shengjin, Vlore

Merchant
marine:
total: 9 ships (1,000 GRT or over) totaling 17,797 GRT/26,324 DWT

ships by type: cargo 9 (2000 est.)

Airports:
11 (2000 est.)

Airports - with
paved runways:
total: 3

2,438 to 3,047 m: 3 (2000 est.)

Airports - with
unpaved
runways:
total: 8

over 3,047 m: 1

1,524 to 2,437 m: 1

914 to 1,523 m: 2

under 914 m: 4 (2000 est.)

Heliports:
1 (2000 est.)

Albania
Military
Top of Page

Military
branches:
Army, Navy, Air and Air Defense Forces, Interior Ministry Troops,
Border Guards

Military
manpower -
military age:
19 years of age

Military
manpower -
availability:
males age 15-49: 870,768 (2001 est.)

Military
manpower - fit
for military
service:
males age 15-49: 712,763 (2001 est.)

Military
manpower -
reaching
military age
annually:
males: 35,792 (2001 est.)

Military
expenditures -
dollar figure:
$42 million (FY99)

Military
expenditures -
percent of GDP:
1.5% (FY99)

Albania
Transnational Issues
Top of Page

Disputes -
international:
the Albanian Government supports protection of the rights of ethnic
Albanians outside of its borders but has downplayed them to further its
primary foreign policy goal of regional cooperation; Albanian majority in
Kosovo seeks independence from Yugoslavia; Albanians in The Former
Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia claim discrimination in education,
access to public-sector jobs, and representation in government

Illicit drugs:
increasingly active transshipment point for Southwest Asian opiates,
hashish, and cannabis transiting the Balkan route and - to a far lesser
extent - cocaine from South America destined for Western Europe;
limited opium and cannabis production; ethnic Albanian narcotrafficking
organizations active and rapidly expanding in Europe

lol

http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/index.html

 
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Albanian Illyrian Aryan
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It will come

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November 9 2002, 9:27 PM 

The day it is not far away..
Its very possible and it will happen soon...

 
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Great Albania
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You will sufer

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January 27 2003, 11:44 AM 

Slavs And Greeks your days are over. we are getting stronger by the day. soon we'll take what was taken from us. Albanian Blood is sacred and has to be avenged. Your blood is in my hand.History has proven that there is good and bad times for every nation and our bad times are passing, so now it's your turn to sufer

 
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Albanian Knight
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Stop the HAte

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April 13 2004, 1:51 AM 

Albanians were, are and will be peaceful People.

The only problem about us is that we didnt accompain ourselves with any of the big so called powers.
We tried to be independet in everything we did, We didnt want to know who is our neighbours because we wanted privacy. And privacy is in our culture as well.
But something is different with our malicious neighbours, they always try to stick their nose in the others affairs.
Like Greece and Serbia they are the biggest Mailicious countries in the world. God knows how diabolic they are.

Albanians dont need money to get what was unjustively taken from them. History has proven that we have strong and big hearts not like serbs and greeks who stab you in the back. Which they always did.

There is no need to say more lets just hope that the history will repeat itself when greeks durin 60-70's were comming in Albania and begging for bread and the Albanian hospitality overrun the hate.

Psomi Psomi were the words that Greeks redundantly said during their "holidays" in Albania.

Now Albania is having problems but with the will of god we will surpass them and regaing power over what is ours.

http://www.shqiperiaebashkuar.org

 
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