”It is easy to identify with Hitler because we have common enemies – the Serbs.”
At the stadium in the southern ( Albanian) part of Mitrovica, during junior football match between so called Kosovo ( actually Albanians) and Germany, the man, a living replica and fan of Adolf Hitler without any trouble, unhindered attended the match saluting the audience with Nazi salute.
No consequences for Western sweethearts: Albanian Hitler.
Emir Jinovci, a former terrorist, so called ‘KLA’ member is known for his bizarre obsession with Nazism and physical resemblance to Hitler. He was posing in front of the German flag during a match.
Jinovci spent 1990es in Germany, but, like other terrorists, he returned to Serbia, Kosovo and joined the notorious terrorist and organ harvesting group, so called UCK and became known by the nickname Hitler.
After the war he opened a chain of Nazi-style restaurants.
He’ s very popular and often invited to appear at weddings and funerals.
His daughters in Mitrovica are known as Hitler’s children.
The former terrorist always carries a copy of Hitler’s Manifesto “Mein Kampf” . He has repeatedly stated that it is easy to identify with Hitler because they had common enemies – Serbs.
Because of his appearance and tendency to public demonstrations and glorifying of Nazism, he’s banned from return to Germany.
However in occupied Serbian province, Hitler is again welcome.
History and literally repeats there.
In 1943, after Germany occupied Serbia, they divided the territory in several zones, so they annexed Serbian Kosovo to Albania. That’s how the Greater Albania was created – as a Nazi project.
In the fall of 1943 the SS sought to recruit Albanian Muslims from this Greater Albanian state.
The SS recruiting campaign in Albania was opposed, however, by Austrian-born Plenipotentiary in Albania Hermann Neubacher, a special emissary of the Foreign Office whose specialty was economic affairs. Because the Albanian Muslims would serve in a foreign country, the Independent State of Croatia enlarged with the territory of Bosnia and parts of Serbia.
Neubacher maintained that the SS recruiting “jeopardized Albanian sovereignty.”
Neubacher explained his refusal and the status of Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija:
The division had its headquarters in Prizren. I prevented its deployment in the area of Kosovska Mitrovica that remained with Serbia because I was afraid it would commit excesses against the Serb population. …
“After the fall of Yugoslavia in July 1941, the Kosovo and Metohia region … was annexed by the Kingdom of Albania set up in 1939. The Albanians lost no time in driving as many Serbs out of the country as they could. Those who were expelled were often forced by local potentates to pay a fee in gold to be permitted to leave the country. They were simply following the example set by the German Reich with its emigration tax. … I recommended urgently that the Albanian Government put an end to the expulsion of the Serbs.”
Western ally, Albanians in World War II – The Albanians from Kosovo in the 21st Waffen Gebirgs Division “Skanderbeg” committed war crimes and genocide against the Orthodox Serbian population of Kosovo. They planed and carried out crimes against humanity in Kosovo. Orthodox Serbians of Kosovo were the victims of ethnic cleansing and genocide. This genocide would contribute in the Shqiptar goal and policy to create an ethnically pure, Shqiptar Kosovo, in an attempt to create a greater Shqiperia or greater Albania.
The Albanians in the Skanderbeg Division were mostly Muslims, of the Bektashi and Sunni sects of Islam. The division contained several hundred Albanian Catholics, followers of Jon Marko Joni.
Historian L.H. Stavrianos, in “The Balkan Since 1453″, described the genocide committed against Orthodox Serbs by the Shqiptar Skanderbeg Division in these terms:
” Yugoslav Albanians, organized in their fascist Skanderbeg Division, conducted an indiscriminate massacre of Serbians.” – L.S. Stavrianos: The Balkan since 1453, N.Y./ London 1958,
Balkan Historian Robert Lee Wolff, in the “Balkans in Our time”, described the genocide committed against Kosovo Serbs by the Shqiptar 21st Waffen Gebirgs Division der SS Skenderbeg as follows:
“In the regions annexed by the Albanians, their so-called Skanderbeg division, made up of members of the Albanian minority in Yugoslavia, massacred Serbs with impunity.” – http://www.jstor.org/discover/10.2307/3001084?uid=4&sid=21104823121717
The Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal declared the Shutzstaffel or SS criminal organization and every individual member of SS was found to Be a war criminal guilty of “planning and carrying out crimes against humanity”.
The Albanians massively joined the occupying armed forces and waged terror over the Serbs. The infamous Shiptar SS Division “Skenderbeg,” carried out a forrible slaughter in the valley of the Lim between Mt. Cakor and Andrievica, on June 28. 1944.
Albanian Nazi troops in WW2 Launched a Wide Spread Terror Against Kosovo Serbs. Albanian Skenderbeg SS Division.
Julia Gorin (Huffington post, 03/07/2007. – eleven years ago) writes about the Albanian Hitler:
…”Now, America’s Kosovo brings you Adolf Hitler himself. ” and explains that all takes place in Kosovska Mitrovica, a town divided by a river into a multi-ethnic North, and a violently “purified” Albanian South.”:
As we payed up [for the taxi] we looked through our window and our glances were met b[y] the stern glare of Adolf Hitler looking through the restaurant’s window as he pulled back the net curtains. This could not be real surely? Were my eyes playing tricks on me? Apparently not, and as I looked at Ray and Pascal it seemed we were all thinking the same: This was a surreal experience beyond any others we had previously lived. We were walking into a restaurant in which stood history’s greatest villain. The man whose name is synonymous with the greatest sins known to man. The man who had apparently been dead for over sixty years but it now seemed had been hiding away, keeping himself to himself in Mitrovica.
It was a seedy little restaurant with dark wood panels on the wall, upon which were hung photos of the proprietor from when he served in the UCK [Kosovo Liberation Army]. They showed him with another fellow who looked like a member of the Taliban in a red jeep which had been converted to carry a gun on the back…
The man shown in the photos sits at a table across the room from us, glancing untrustingly at us as we ordered our drinks from the waitress. There is another waiter and a cook who pokes his head out into the restaurant every now and again. They all seem very nervous by our presence, but this is not surprising seeing as the place is hidden in a little backstreet and is meant only for locals. We had just turned up in the back of a taxi, speaking in English and given what we were faced with we too were also acting weirdly.
Ray and myself are trying to keep straight faces as our lower jaws quiver, while Pascal seems to look scared by the place he finds himself. How can I not laugh though, this man does not just have a resemblance to Hitler, he is a replica of him, or a clone, or maybe he actually is Hitler. My mind goes off for a walk, I start to wonder whether Hitler fled Berlin in 1945 and traveled down to Kosova to hide away for some time…
The lights have gone off and the German music has slowed down and drifted out. It’s a power cut. The waitress has come over to sit with us, and has started talking to us. She keeps grinning at us in a somewhat inane way. What does she want. After a while she gets up and Ray tells us that she’d been stroking his leg under the table. Then he has to cut off suddenly as she returns…She’s being really blatant now with her seduction techniques towards Ray, and he just looks confused. One moment she’s telling him how he’s so handsome, but then the next she is saying how she hates all Serbs and hopes they all die…
The lights come back on, the tape player jumps back into action and the music begins again. The waitress brings our food over and then sits down again. She’s like a crazy teenager as she flirts with Ray, while he remains the gentleman, offering polite replies which mask the unease he now feels too. As all of this is transpiring every so often Adolf Hitler looks across at us. He spotted our cameras when we took some photos and send the waiter over to tell us not to. He knows our game and is making sure we don’t get an opportunity to get a picture of his face.
Some other customers enter and it’s clear that they’re locals to the place as their give the Nazi salutes to Hitler. Yes, it’s time to go, we’ve seen enough so we ask for the bill. It’s not a normal receipt though, that would have been too normal. Instead it’s got a little Swastika just for effect.
Deciding that it would be our only chance, we asked the waitress if she would ask Hitler if we could have a photo with him, and she came back with the reply that it would cost each of us €5. Forget it Adolf, there’s no way we’re giving you any extra money.
Saying our farewells to the waitress, leaving her to rue what might have been with Ray, [we] left 1941 Germany to reenter modern day Mitrovica…Going past a lovely looking mosque, we got down to the market, doing some browsing and speaking to the friendly vendors. They really warmed to Ray, several of them repeating the phrase “I love America”. Well, it looks like this is the one place on earth where people will willingly admit this, and even more strikingly, in the shadow of a mosque.”
,, Yes, this is who loves America. A dubious endorsement indeed. Everywhere else, we are hated for trying to beat back jihad. In Kosovo, they love us for enabling it. ”
You can read it here: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/julia-gorin/hitler-in-kosovo_b_42900.html
There are several individuals as popular as Hitler in Kosovo and Albania: late Richard Hallbrook, Madeleine Albright, the Clintons, and various UN, EU envoys.
Their popularity among the Albanians comes from the same reasons Hitler has been so popular – each allowed them to kill and ethnically clean Serbs from their territory (but also from property).
Exposing the flag of Greater Albania is the same like waving flag of Nazi Germany