Wahl Fälschung als System: Kosovo, Albanien – As a Voter, My Late Grandpa Just Won’t Die

Posted on Oktober 31, 2013 von


Die totale Pleite mit dem Kosovo, einem NATO Produkt haben kriminelle und korrupte Politiker zuverantworten, als man Geschäfte machen wollte, mit den dümmsten Gestalten, was sich im Kosovo heute Politiker nennt. Das nur Klientel Politik betrieben ist, ist Nichts Neues.

31 Oct 13
Time for Democratic Change in Kosovo

Local elections are rarely the stuff of high drama, but this weekend’s ballot in Kosovo could be decisive as a radical generation of modernizers challenges the old guard.

By Alexandra Channer




Wie über die Wählerlisten gefälscht wird, ist auch in allen Details durch wikileaks bekannt. Tausende von ID Karten, werden ebenso vergeben an Leute, die niemand kennt, wo die realen Personen Migranten im Ausland sind und 10 Jahre und mehr nicht mehr in ihrer Heimat waren. Phantom Wähler, damit hat man kein Problem. Zu dumm und korrupt für eine Adminstration, überhaupt Wählerlisten zuerstellen, denn nicht einmal über 100 jährige und Grabstein Wähler, werden entfernt.

Irgendein Politiker, wählt dann mehrere Male, mit verschiedenen ID Karten, wobei Verwandte, direkt mit leichten Änderungen, mehrere ID Karten besitzen, auch für Banken Kredit Betrug.

Deshalb kommen Etliche mit der Waffe in die Wahl Lokale und wollen Merhfach Wählen erzwingen und es kommt zu Schiessereien.

30 Oct 13
As a Voter, My Late Grandpa Just Won’t Die

After trying and failing to get my dead grandfather removed from the electoral roll, I start to wonder if he is being kept on it for a reason.

Jeta Xharra

Pristina My late grandfather, Mehmet Gjevori, spent a good part of his life keeping records and writing books. It took him four years to write “The Dictionary of Albanian Idioms”, for which he collected 100,000 idioms and banged them out on a loud typewriter.

For a man who was into record-keeping, I would have a hard time explaining to him, why, six years after he died in 2007, Kosovo’s institutions have failed to record his death and remove his name from the voting list, thus making sure nobody will vote on his behalf – as it happened with so many “zombie” voters in 2010.

Even now, two weeks before the election, he is still on the voting list of the Central Election Commission, the CEC, just as we found him listed in our local polling station during the 2010 election.

I imagine he would ask whether we, his children and grandchildren, failed to register the death of a man who, incidentally, did more record-keeping than three institutions involved in cleaning our voting lists combined: the municipalities, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the CEC.

First, he would ask, did we register his death? CEC representatives have said that one of the reasons why Kosovo has so many dead people on the voting lists is because most of us citizens simply neglected to inform the authorities about deaths.

But we did register his death, in spite of which we somehow can’t get him off the voting list. I wondered if, perhaps, this was an anomaly. After all, problems do tend to crop up in any bureaucracy.

So I put a call out on Facebook to see if anyone had the same problem. It turned out I wasn’t the only one with a dead family member on the list. Some 70 people responded.  Most, like my family, had also registered the deaths. I even got a few people to send me death certificates to be sure.

In fact, there is a strong incentive to record deaths, as death certificates are necessary to resolve inheritance issues.  Kosovo’s dismal economy is part of the reason for this. Most people live in inherited property because they can’t afford otherwise on about 300 euro a month.

It seems that in many cases voters simply refuse to die. Perhaps this is why the number of registered voters in Kosovo is roughly equal to the total population as recorded in the 2011 census.

This would not be such a big problem if the dead did not have a propensity to vote. In fact, these votes were used and abused in the last election. In 2010, dead voters were responsible for the unbelievable 98-per-cent turnout in some places, which the Economist termed “industrial-scale fraud”.

Exactly how many dead people are eligible to vote is not clear. Since the end of the war, the CEC has removed around 55,000 people from the list, both dead people and people who have renounced their citizenship.

The 2011 census recorded about 1.1 million people of voting age, 18 or older. That leaves about 600,000 registered voters of suspect status. While no doubt some of these include people living in the diaspora, there is no doubt that the number also includes a substantial number of dead voters.

Thus, we are back to the mystery of the population of Kosovo being roughly equal to the number of eligible voters.  In the UK, the number of registered voters equals around 73 per cent of the population. In Germany, it is 76 per cent. In France, it is 66 per cent. In other words, Kosovo has a suspiciously large percentage of eligible voters compared to major Western European countries.


Das Albanische Wahl Fälschungs System, 20 Jahre von der OSCE, der KAS in berüchtigen gefälschten falschen Reports immer wieder vertuscht, weil man selbst vollkommen korrupt ist. Irgendein Politiker will immer ein Geschäft machen und wenn es nur Heckler & Koch Waffen sind.

C O N F I D E N T I A L TIRANA 000360 SIPDIS DEPT FOR EUR/SCE E.O. 12958: DECL: 06/09/2019 TAGS: PGOV [Internal Governmental Affairs], KDEM [Democratization], KCRM [Criminal Activity], PHUM [Human Rights], PREL [External Political Relations], AL [Albania] SUBJECT: HOW TO STEAL AN ELECTION, ALBANIAN STYLE REF: A. TIRANA 392 B. TIRANA 247 AND PREVIOUS Classified By: AMBASSADOR JOHN L. WITHERS FOR REASONS 1.4 (b) AND (d). ¶1. (C) Summary: Although the conduct of Albanian elections has shown steady improvement over the years, ODIHR election assessments since 1996 read at times like a how-to guide for flawed and rigged elections. Allegations of vote buying, bribery of electoral commissioners, fraudulent voter IDs, voter intimidation, and even violence have marred many previous elections. Although this election cycle has been fairly quiet so far – both ODIHR interim assessments have been generally positive – members of the opposition Socialist Party (SP) allege daily that the ruling Democratic Party (DP) is planning to steal the election (but offering little evidence to back the claim). The ruling Democratic Party (DP) also alleges fraud on the part of the SP – also with little supporting evidence. In order to get a better feel for what form these “frauds” might take, Post spoke with several SP and DP candidates, and civil society representatives to get a better feel for what a rigged election might look like. It is important to note, however, that ODIHR and other observers have seen no credible evidence as of yet of concerted plans or efforts to manipulate the upcoming parliamentary elections by either side. Sadly, as this cable was being drafted, a DP activist was killed by an SP activist with an AK-47 outside of Durres in a squabble over campaign posters. PM Berisha and SP Leader Edi Rama both condemned the act and appealed for calm. End summary. It All Began in 1996. . . ————————- ¶2. (C) The blatantly rigged 1996 parliamentary contest marks the low point for Albanian elections. Marred by serious irregularities including violence, ballot stuffing, police intimidation of opposition candidates and incompetent election administration, the elections were a disaster, and led in part to the collapse of civil order one year later. The masterminds of the rigged 1996 Democratic Party victory were then-President (now PM) Sali Berisha, and then-Ministry of Interior official (now Deputy Interior Minister) Ferdinand Poni. The fact that Berisha is once again the head of government, with Poni now in charge of ID cards, has many in the SP worried that history will repeat itself with these elections. In a sad development that occurred as this cable was being drafted, a DP activist was shot and killed by an SP activist in a dispute over campaign posters near Durres. Both PM Berisha and SP leader Edi Rama have condemned the act and appealed for calm. JUST DROP THIS BALLOT IN THE BOX PLEASE ————————————— ¶3. (C) One tactic, used both in Albania and around the world to rig elections, is known as “carousel voting” and goes like this: early on Election Day morning, one “militant” will remove an empty ballot from the polling center. (Note: Militant is the preferred nomenclature for hardcore party activists or anyone involved in electoral mischief. End note.) This militant will then fill out the ballot with a vote cast for whichever party he supports. He will then give the ballot to a prospective voter outside the voting center and promise him ALL 5,000 (USD 50) if he puts the completed ballot in the box and returns the empty blank ballot issued to him in the voting center to him. The process is repeated throughout the day and across the country. In other versions of this scheme, less charitable militants will not offer you money but will threaten to beat you up or cause you to lose your job if you do not comply with the plan. This plan is practically foolproof as you are handing someone a previously completed ballot and receiving the empty ballot back, thus not allowing for any deviation once in the ballot booth. WOULD YOU LIKE A BALLOT WITH YOUR PIZZA? —————————————- ¶4. (C) Another technique, used to great effect in prior elections, according to some of Post’s contacts, is to have filled-in ballots delivered with pizzas to counting centers on election day. These ballots are then dropped into the ballot boxes and counted as valid votes. Apparently no one checks if a polling center counts more votes than there are people on the voter registry, however this could change this year. Commissioners have also been know to receive “fees,” sometimes up to EUR 500, to “close their eyes” for several minutes during the counting process to allow the militants to do their dirty work. Video cameras have been mandated by the new electoral code to combat this type of behavior, but it is easy to imagine them being switched off briefly, someone “accidentally” blocking the camera, or tricks being pulled outside of the cameras’ view. Both parties this year have alleged that the other side is bribing or planning to pay off electoral commissioners this year, although no one has of yet offered any proof of said scheme. MY NAME IS EDI OR BARDI OR VJOSA OR ARDI —————————————- ¶5. (C) Yet another ploy is multiple voting. According to this scheme, someone will try to vote several times in a district or region using the same identity papers. A bit more complex are schemes where people could obtain multiple voter IDs. Under this plan, militants will apply for and receive IDs for people who are known to be out of the country, are dead, or are not planning to vote for whatever reason. The IDs will all have the same picture on them, matching the militant’s face, but will have different names and personal information. Although the SP firmly believes that such a scheme is possible, ID card producer Aleat and the Interior Ministry claim it is not, and point to the fact that biometric controls on the new ID cards have stopped at least eleven attempts by voters to get multiple IDs using phony identification documents. ¶6. (C) Nevertheless, manipulation of the ID cards remains the SP’s biggest single worry next to the large-scale disenfranchisement of non-passport holders (reftels). A senior SP official told PolOff on June 11 that the GOA had purposely delayed the rollout of ID registration centers in “five key areas.” The delay, he alleged, is causing a last-minute rush for IDs in those areas, and the better-organized, better-funded DP is in a stronger position to get IDs quickly to its supporters, while SP and other voters struggle. But on June 11 a DP official told PolOff that SP local officials were purposely hindering the issuance of ID cards to voters in parts of Tirana. Neither the DP nor SP officials offered any proof to back their claims. SEE, I VOTED DP! DON,T FIRE ME! —————————— ¶7. (C) The current Albanian patronage system is so entrenched at all levels that it often leads to voter intimidation. For example, it is possible for a janitor in a school in Elbasan to lose his job if the government changes. In the past, state and municipal employees have been routinely forced to attend campaign rallies, do campaign work, or vote for a certain party or risk losing their job. In previous elections some voters even photographed themselves with their completed ballot in order to show it to their superiors at work to prove their loyalty. The threat of losing one’s job for not voting properly is quite real and one SP candidate said her mother would vote DP just to prevent the havoc that is caused when a new government comes to power. To add to the confusion, although the Democratic Party controls the central government, many local governments are controlled by the SP or even the Socialist Movement for Integration (LSI), meaning civil servants can be subject to pressure from any party, depending on where that employee works. ODIHR’s second interim report said ODIHR has received numerous unverified reports of pressure on state employees and even school children to attend DP rallies around the country. ¶8. (C) COMMENT: Certainly the main burden in ensuring a good election falls on the GOA. However, none of these unsavory tactics are party specific, and could be and have been used in the past by any party in an attempt to gain an advantage. This year both parties have pledged to run a clean campaign, and PM Berisha has repeatedly “guaranteed” to all who will listen that this year’s election will be Albania’s best ever. However, the stakes are very high for PM Berisha this election, particularly with the persistent rumors concerning the involvement of members of Berisha,s own family in the Gerdec scandal. The winner take all atmosphere that is Albanian politics also does not help matters and probably encourages illicit behavior. Furthermore, while party leaders might not condone fraudulent activities, mid-level hacks looking to make a name for themselves could attempt to pull some shenanigans. Although ODIHR has seen little so far to indicate widespread fraud by any party, the potential is real, particularly given past deeds by both major parties. The more than 3,000 observers will need to be paying close attention on election day.



Salih Berisha und seine Wahl Fälschungs Bande, bereiten nun die Fälschung der Wahlen vor, indem man noch mehr ID Karten an Kosovaren ausgibt, obwohl ca. 500.000 ID Karten schon zuviel ausgegeben wurden.

Fatos Lubonja: Albanien ist in Hand primitiver Banditen 

US Professor Shinasi Rama:PD Partei ist in Hand des kriminellen Salih Berisha Clans

Lord Roberston in 2003, der NATO General Sekretär, das man den Kosovo nicht der Organisierten Kriminalität übergeben wird, aber genau das ist geschehen.

„Roberston stressed that the people of Kosovo must oppose organised crime and extremism and promised that the alliance will remain committed to helping them. He said the international community was not prepared to give up Kosovo „to organised criminals and those who use brutality in the name of ethnic nationalism„.“


2003, warnte das FBI, ganz offiziell, vor der [1] grössten Gefahr Europas, dem aus Albanien heraus operierenden Banden der US Mafia: [2] Gambino, Luchese, Genovese, deren US Luxus Autos (u.a. für Drogen Importe nach Albanien) eine Legende sind, wie deren illegal gebauten Appartment Blocks, wo immer Politiker und Polizei Chefs, solche Appartments umsonst erhalten.

Die Langzeit zuständige EU Politikerin: Doris Pack, schüttelt nur noch den Kopf, das auch gegen die größten Deutschen Verbrecher, keine Verfahren eröffnet werden, obwohl der Computer des Ex-UNMIK Chefs: Joachim Rückers, von einer UN Sonder Einheit beschlagnahmt wurde. Er ist heute Schwedischer Botschaft, für die Medien nicht erreichbar.                                                             Auszug:

Zwei Jahre nach der Sezession des Kosovo: Armut, Korruption, zunehmende Proteste
“Erfolgsgeschichte” der Bundeswehr
Von Hans Georg

Am zweiten Jahrestag seiner von Berlin forcierten Sezession drohen dem Kosovo schwere soziale Unruhen. Die wirtschaftliche Lage des Gebiets ist nach seiner Abspaltung von Serbien desolat, extreme Armut, Proteste und Streiks nehmen zu. Außerhalb der EU ist die Rede von einem “gescheiterten Staat”. Während Deutschland gemeinsam mit den übrigen Führungsmächten des Westens weiter versucht, Serbien zur Anerkennung der illegalen Sezession zu zwingen, drohen kosovarische Politiker mit der Annexion weiterer Teile Serbiens.

1999: Bundeswehr wird im Kosovo begrüßt
Quelle: img115.imageshack.us


l. In diesen zehn Jahren ist die Korruption gewachsen, sie wurde nicht bekämpft”. Es gebe unter anderem “Tausende von Fällen (…) von Kriminellen, die noch nicht vor Gericht gestellt wurden”. Sämtliche Chefs der Besatzungsverwaltung UNMIK, die laut Pack der faktischen Unterstützung von Korruption schuldig sind, stammten aus EU-Staaten, allein zwei davon aus der Bundesrepublik. Deutschland ist der Staat, dem stets der größte Einfluss auf die UNMIK-Verwaltung zugeschrieben wurde.[12] (PK) ……………………………  http://www.nrhz.de/flyer/beitrag.php?id=14827

Von den bisherigen über 10 Milliarden € der Aufbau Hilfe ist im Kosovo Nichts angekommen, sondern die Politischen Strukturen haben sich nur selbst bedient und u.a. das übliche Mafia Import- Export Monopol mit den kriminellen Clans errichtet. Die Justizministerin Kelmendi, hat Alles unter Kontrolle, um ein Milliarden schweres Vermögen an Immobilien und Wirtschafts Monopolen zu errichten! Der Mafia Clan der Kelmendi, ist Langzeit Partner des Osmani Clans in Hamburg und Deutscher Politiker.

Deutsche Wirtschafts Förderung bedeutet, wie leicht zu erkenen ist vor allem: Förderung des Drogen Absatzes nach Europa und Bestückung mit Sex Sklaven der EU Bordelle, damit auch weiterhin Politiker wie Michael Friedman gut versorgt werden auch mit Koks durch die Albaner wie Joschka Fischer.

KFOR Kommandant sagt: Die Eulex Mission ist totaler Unfug und es kann Nichts dabei raus kommen……..Die Autorität der Unmik im Kosovo sei “praktisch inexistent”…….

Left to right – NATO Secretary General, Lord Robertson and Lt. General Fabio Mini, Commander of KFOR (COMKFOR) upon arrival in Pristina.

Ein früherer Kommandant der Kosovo-Friedenstruppe Kfor sprach indes der Eulex in einem Interview mit der Belgrader Zeitung Vecernje novosti die Sinnhaftigkeit ab. Die UNO schicke schon seit acht Jahren Richter und Polizisten in den Kosovo und habe dabei überhaupt nichts erreicht, sagte der italienische General Fabio Mini. Die Autorität der Unmik im Kosovo sei “praktisch inexistent”. Im Kosovo sichere derzeit niemand den Frieden, und auch die EU-Mission könne dies nicht schaffen…….


Bei der SPD, ist er natürlich Migrations Beauftragter, ein anderer Name, für Capo einer Schleuser Organisation, wobei die Methode von Rot-Grün hoffähig gemacht wurde. siehe Visa Skandal. Ebenso für Innere Sicherheit zuständig, was immer das im Rechtsfreien Raum im Kosovo bedeuten soll, ohne jede Justiz, wie auch in Albanien. Man brauchte ja Mafia Financier, als Bestechungs Lobbyist überall im Balkan, auch bei der Albaner Mafia: für VW, Mercedes und Co..



Albanian Secret Service Chief Fatos Klosi in 16.5.1998 in der “Albania” durch den Albanischen Geheimdienst Chef Fatos Klosi: KLA (UCK) is financed by Bin Laden

The “friendship” between Taqi and bin laden has begun in 1996.
According to the sources of the daily, in the period 1996-2001 bin
Laden has invested some USD 200 M in activities, related to different
criminal deals in Kosovo.


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