Opinion

The belligerent US Senator John McCain’s visits in Kosovo and Albania are portrayed with positive colour by Albanian and Kosovan media. McCain despite his record as a warmonger and aggressor is treated as a person who will bring peace and democracy to the world.

Since Albanian and Kosovan civil society is dead, McCain has not met with protests and demonstrations as he would have expected in Europe and throughout the West. And the media, which is controlled by owners who deal in drugs or are connected to power, have only spoken with positive tones about the visit.

However, during his visit to Tirana Senator McCain lost no time in having a special meeting with the 3500 Iranian jihadists which the Rama government housed in Albania. At a time when the law enforcement authorities of Albania and Kosovo, in order to ensure security for McCain’s visit, frightened the public with hysterical news that there would be terrorist attacks, and Kosovo arrested a Wahhabi psychopath for a song that he had made, all the media and police panic surrounding the visit was apparently something of a cover to hide the true reason for McCain’s visit to Albania.

He met with Iranian jihadists and their leader Maryam Rajavi. In the conditions that are running our world today in which the Americans are in open conflict with China, Korea, Russia, Syria, Turkey and Iran and the Third World War is expected to start at any moment, McCain’s visit to the Iranian jihadist camp was apparently intended to instruct the Iranian jihadis for their next fight.

Maryam Rajavi, while she Tweeted photos of the meeting between her jihadists with McCain, openly declares that her group is mobilized for war. But where will the cast of the Rajavi group be fighting? In Russia, Syria, Korea, China or Iran?

According to the Albanian civil code, Maryam Rajavi, should be arrested and punished for these statements in the same way that the Albanian Imams Genci Balla and Bujar Hysa were arrested and sentenced before. But in Albania Albanian jihadists are imprisoned, while Iranian jihadis are privileged to do jihad at the behest of John McCain.

 

Translated by Iran Interlink

 

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