The creation and destruction wreaked by the Albanian mafia makes the Romanian mafia look like child's play (bad pun). It's interesting that few of us were really taught about the Kosovo conflict in school--it's glossed over in the history books. I now think that's for good reason.
Here's the summary:
**Western and European power brokers--especially Tony Bair, Bill Clinton and even John Podesta--were supporting the Kosovo Liberation Army. To raise money for the conflict, the KLA established itself in selling drugs, weapons, and human trafficking. Now, 20 years out from this conflict, it's already been well- documented that the West was helping the KLA with weapons trafficking and drug smuggling. I will now show that Western power brokers were helping the KLA with human trafficking of the worst kind... and they were doing it by giving the Albanian mafia/KLA a front to do it through children's welfare charities like EveryChild. **
This is exactly what they did in Romania--as discussed in the previous part--but it's in this section that we really get to the meat of the story and the smoking guns that add even more credibility to the prior section.
Again, though, I specifically have to go into the military history of Albania and the KLA, because that's where our European Children's Trust really takes center stage.
Let's break this down into three parts: 1) The West helped KLA's rise to power. 2) The KLA doubly operates as the traffickers/mafia and 3) The West ran children's charities to help the KLA's trafficking operations. 4) Their sex trafficking industry explodes, much to the benefit of high level pedos and power brokers raking in funds.
1) The West helped KLA's rise to power
As early as 1992, the European and US power brokers agreed to elevate a specific group of Muslim/ethnic Albanians into power and give them Kosovo.
To recap the Albania/Kosovo issue from Part I, there are two factions of this Muslim ethnic group hold relevance (there are other clans, but these two are the important ones in this story): Bukoshi/Berisha, and Gashi/Thaci (later Xhakaj since Gashi got murdered in 99). They all belong to a group called the LDK, which is the political party that wanted an independent Kosovo wrested from the Serbs.
Remember that the Bukoshi/Berisha Team consisted of the first overthrown president from 92-96 (Berisha) and his "Germany-residing, super rich banker presiding over the 3% fund collected from the many elite Muslim Albanian diasporans." Based on the Wikileaks Stratfor emails, Berisha was "the DON" of the Albanian mafia and--based on future events described later--had mild ties working with a Southern Italian faction of the mob there. The second LDK group was the Gashi/Thaci team. Just like Bukoshi was enjoying life in Bonn, Germany while Berisha was getting his hands dirty (but rich) on the ground as president, a similar arrangement existed where Gashi was sitting in Milan while Thaci was on the ground bickering with Berisha. The Gashi/Thaci team wasn't as rich, but they had something of greater value to the power brokers: they were willing to earn money by doing the shady activities.
These teams lobbied as a unified front to the State Dept in 1992 (per the book, "Liberating Kosovo"): In August 1992, Gashi, Bukoshi, and Tahiri met at the Intercontinental Hotel in Geneva to map out their strategy...US Support was essential to the LKD's efforts in Geneva. They got support from a US (Republican) Representative, Ken Blackwell, and that gave them some cred. Then, they worked with other European diplomats. When the Kosovo group went to negotiate with Russia, they replied (in colorful language that I'll paraphrase), "Screw you, we agree with Serbia on this one. Sorry, go away." Negotiations between Europe, the US, and Russia tended not to go very well on the Kosovo front, and "negotiations" were disastrous due to significant disagreements.
Well, shortly thereafter (still 1992) the UN came out with a report claiming the ethnic Albanians were being persecuted. The UN claimed that Serbia--and Yugoslavia as a whole--were trying to commit massive hate crimes against this group. The Western media went to work painting them as racist, intolerant, bigoted, violent Serbians... which is how the historical narrative still goes today.
Well suffice it to say, this group of "poor, downtrodden ethnic Albanians" living it large overseas and ruling the country were thrilled with this UN narrative shaped by their friends in the US and Brussels. Yeah, the Serbs were probably dicks to Albanians. Yeah, they fought. But to whose benefit? These guys. They NEEDED this conflict to exist to further their goals of a separate Kosovo. It's like their Israel. So, in 1995, the Bosnian conflict emerged with NATO fighting by the side of the Bosnian Muslims, which weakened Serbia further and wiped out lots of the genuinely poor and legitimately downtrodden citizes of ALL groups. War sucks.
So behind the scenes around 1994, the Albanians on both teams were priming the war chest for the upcoming fight. It's rumored that Berisha, (then president of Albania) was siphoning off the funds from the great pyramid scheme that ultimately led to his downfall: as mentioned, he was doing so in order to build funds and send them to Bukosi, who was manning the bank accounts of Kosovo diasporans. President Berisha's pyramid scheme--which was perhaps orchestrated with help from the Italian mafia like it was in Romania (but I speculate)--was ultimately used against the president because it fell apart and he was ousted. Gashi/Thaci were ALSO raising money during this time through criminal activities.
Thaci was one of the chief guys heading up the Kosovo Liberation Army, which was being covertly trained by quite a few European groups under the radar. Again, the BB Team didn't like this and they created FARK as a way to say, "our army CAN help yours... but we're also creating it to make sure you don't use your own bourgeoning military faction, the KLA, to fuck with us." (spoiler: both teams fucked each other over at different points thereafter).
The main problem between these two was a disagreement over how the money should be spent. Bukoshi was more idealistic and principled, unwilling to play as dirty as team Thaci/Gashi wanted. When both parties met at the Waldorf in the US, Bukoshi didn't want to give the disapora funds in his possession to Thaci's KLA on their terms. He parted with $4 million, but Bukoshi cited, "They told us that they [KLA] had always wanted the war option, so keep your mouth shut and give us the money [his collected Diaspora funds sitting in his Swiss bank] to wage war. I rejected this logic... I will organize our country's self defense through Kosovo's legitimate institutions. We have to respect the rules in war time, not go about it as this gang [KLA] would." The book then says, "Bukoshi maintained that he was not about to hand over the Kosovar taxpayers' money to a bunch of gangsters." So idealistic and principled. Granted, Berisha was obviously corrupt in his own way (and Bukoshi likely was too), but the KLA clearly took it up a notch--there's a reason they were branded a terrorist group by the US.
So at this point in my research I decided to try and figure out which team Soros was promoting, because let's face it: he always backs who he knows will be the winner. Well, Soros--who was funding the local Albanian media at the time--was getting journalists at home and abroad to cover some pretty bad things about Berisha before he was ousted from power (likely done by design). What I also noticed was that Soros controlled/extensively financed the media in both Romania and Albania, and both committed awful pyramid schemes--likely after consulting with the Vatican--that nearly brought down the country. Interestingly, the Romanian president was shielded from bad press regarding his own country's pyramid scheme (which I absolutely think Soros knew about). In fact, the president of Romania said the scheme was kept under wraps because he didn't want the citizenry overthrowing his ass. Contrast this with Albania: the citizens did overthrow his ass over the pyramid scheme. Right before getting kicked out of office, Berisha notes Soros's involvement with the Albanian media as a coup attempt to bring him down over the scandal (which Soros clearly knew about). This makes me believe that Soros was fine with Romania's president, but that he wanted another Albanian faction in power. Other thing: Once the pyramid scheme was exposed and announced, guess what happened? "Organized crime" (ie, Team Thaci) raided the State and got a metric shit-ton of weaponry that magically disappeared from the Albanian state... probably so he could use it in the upcoming Kosovo conflict. Absent exposing the pyramid conflict, this wouldn't have happened even though it gave Thaci a massive leg up.