All things Albania

Those in the UK will know that there’s been much in the news recently about Albanian immigrants flooding into the country. Albania was one of a few countries in the old communist eastern Europe that I never traveled to. Hence I don’t know much about it. So I thought I’d do a bit of research and came up with the following presentation. The guy giving the presentation is Albanian and quite soft spoken. It’s from 2018. I knew much of the stuff about former Yugoslavia, yet was surprised when it came to neighbouring Albania (the role that former UK PM Tony Blair took in this is quite astounding)…

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9 Responses to All things Albania

  1. Freddy says:

    Much agro with migrants in Europe.

    “Prosecutors in Belgium say a man who killed a police officer in the capital Brussels on Thursday was on a list of potentially violent extremists.

    The suspect shouted “Allahu Akbar” or “God is greatest” during the knife attack, according to a second officer who was also stabbed but survived.”

    Man shot dead on Bulgaria/Turkey border fence.
    Bulgarian policeman shot dead patrolling Turkish border for migrants.

    We in the U.K. are finding it a huge bother having 100,000 migrants a year rubber boating from Europe to England, new Home Secretary calls it
    “An Invasion of Albanians.”
    Albanian people-smuggling gang ‘dismantled’ after arrests in Spain

  2. Freddy says:

    “As French police approached the group of migrants, stones and other items scavenged from the beach nearby were thrown at the uniformed officers.

    The vast majority of migrants gathered among the crowd wore lifejackets, a clear indication that they had plans to participate in a boat launch from the French coast towards the U.K.”

    French officers pepper-sprayed the migrants.

  3. Freddy says:

    Thousands of Albanian have descended on the streets of London to protest against Home Secretary Suella Braverman’s ‘invasion’ comments and the Government’s approach to tackling the Albanian migrant Channel crossings.
    Swathes of people waving Albanian flags and placards as they slowly march across Westminster Bridge, bringing traffic to a standstill. All while the Met Police attempt to make preparations ahead of Remembrance Sunday.


  4. Freddy says:

    Many are Albanians
    Today our new Home Secretary signs a new agreement with France, to greatly increase the beach patrols in Northern France.
    U.K. will pay France for their extra manpower.

  5. Freddy says:

    Under the updated agreement, between The U.K. and France,
    U.K. police officers will be embedded with their French counterparts in control rooms and on “the beaches”.

    The number of French officers patrolling the French coast to try to stop people setting off will rise from 200 to 300.
    Under the new agreement, signed by Home Secretary Suella Braverman during a trip to Paris, the amount the UK pays France to cover the cost of increased patrols will increase from £55m last year to £63m this year.

    During her visit, Ms Braverman told UK broadcasters the money would pay for a “40% uplift” in the number of French police patrolling French beaches.

    As well as extra officers and patrols, the British money will allow more use of drones and night vision equipment, and will also be spent on boosting reception and removal centres in France.

    French ports will receive investment to increase the use of CCTV and detection dog teams to prevent illegal entry to the UK via lorries. UK observers will be embedded in French control rooms, and French observers embedded in UK control rooms – to help inform each other’s deployments.

  6. Freddy says:

    Over one million extra people moved to the United Kingdom, during the recent twelve months.
    Half a million left the U.K.
    So net migration was up by 504,000

  7. Freddy says:

    “Harem Ahmed Abwbaker, 32, was arrested in Gloucestershire on Tuesday morning, the National Crime Agency (NCA) said.

    He is accused of being part of a group which conspired to transport the migrants to the U.K. last November.

    He is set to appear in court on Wednesday over extradition to FRANCE where he faces manslaughter charges.

    The incident is thought to be one of the worst migrant tragedies in the Channel.”

  8. Freddy says:

    Emma Raducanu
    has officially been made a Member of the Order of the British Empire after receiving her award from King Charles III on Tuesday.

  9. Freddy says:

    Pensioners freezing to death in England, yet we send money to Ukraine?

    Charity begins at home.

    It has been said that the newest Prime minister of the U.K.
    is questioning if we should continue to fund Ukraine.

    He is right to question, why?

    Russia will not lose.
    So, the money, logistics and weapons that are pumped in to Ukraine, the most corrupt country in Europe,
    will result in greater numbers killed, yet will not alter the final outcome.

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