The Coming Albanian Uprising?
Imathia Prefect Constantine Karapanayotis told the Athens News:
"The main problem is that we want the embassies and consulates to expedite the processing of applications so that the workers can come here faster," said Karapanayotis. "Farmers who depend on immigrant labour cannot wait until whenever for the workers. They need them at a specific time in the season. Right now there is a big delay with workers coming from Albania."
If the statistics cited in the Athens News article are correct, it would mean that close to one million Albanians are living and working in Greece, especially in areas depopulated of native Greeks due to immigration to Athens and to Western countries, thus the scenarios of armed uprisings KLA (Kosovo Liberation Army)-style have more than a basis for success. Lots of land was lost to Albanians from Serbian as well as GREEK (investor absentee landlord) landowners in Kosovo when the area was occupied by foreign armies, and the puppet Albanian government was installed--thus Albanians have the incentive,based on their success in Kosovo, of gaining the very lands they are employed on in Greece by joining an armed uprising. Judging by the Greek state's and,moreover, the Greek security forces' and intelligence community's total incompetence and impotence in being able to defend Greek National landmarks, and Greek police stations from repeat attacks of a few dozen hooded Anarchists in Greece's capital, it seems that the Albanians, in Eparchia(the provinces) should be able to roll over Epirus with ease, and we can be sure they are watching the impotent Greek state's pathetic defenses.