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ALBANIA: TOURISTS BALK AT GARBAGE PILES AND SEWAGE-FILLED SEA


    TIRANA, Albania, Jul. 19, 2007 (IPS/GIN) — Beer bottles and plastic wrappers are a common sight along Albania’s coast, which lacks the garbage cans necessary to contain waste produced by the country’s growing tourism industry.
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    The sewage produced by Albanian cities flows untreated into the sea. Merita Mansaku-Meksi, an expert in waste management working for the Environmental Center for Development Education and Networking, said that although the water is largely safe for swimmers at the moment, the situation is not sustainable.

    “Not only is sewage water dumped into the sea, but also used oil from restaurants and industrial production, and this increases the danger,” Mansaku-Meksi said.
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    The country faces similar problems with solid waste management. Traditionally, the authorities have simply dumped trash into empty fields close to the residential areas. Two decades ago, when the rates of consumption and waste production were much lower, the inappropriateness of the method passed unnoticed. Now, the trash is too much and too pollutant.

  Over the past years, the authorities and specialized civil society organizations have started working their way through the problem of solid waste…[F]rom the beautiful medieval castle towering over the town, one can see piles of trash emitting clouds of smoke.

  The picture is similar in most Albanian cities. Tirana and the nearby urban areas that make up the large city of Durres dump their waste in the nearby fields of Shara. The population of the neighboring villages is now getting increasingly concerned about the health risks arising from the garbage, and the municipality is planning to build a landfill…Tirana is one of only three cities in Albania to have concrete plans for constructing a landfill.


I was just about to publish the third letter from an American soldier in Kosovo when the military command discovered his correspondences with me and now he’s in deep doo-doo because our government doesn’t want you to know what’s going on in Kosovo. But the following excerpt from said letter is relevant here:

    If these people are ready for independence, how come they don’t clean up their streets, towns, and cities, and remove the trash that has been sitting on the curb for several weeks to several months (the smell is getting to me)?…A lot of us feel like the Albanians here don’t really care nor give a crap about this place by the way they treat their countryside. Trash, filth — driving out into sector is a plethora of pungent aromas from burning trash, sewage, and G-d only knows what else. I suppose that’s because they really don’t know if this land will be theirs or go back to Serbia, but still. It doesn’t look good for them to want independence yet do nothing to clean up their community. Granted they are still very poor and don’t have the services we’re used to at home, garbage disposal, a good public health department to ensure that the living conditions are up to par, it still doesn’t give them the reason to just say “screw it”.


To Albanian supremacists everywhere: Yes, Albania is ascending. The world is your dumpster.

http://www.juliagorin.com/wordpress/?p=1015






   There is a joke that goes...
  "Did you know there are only two garbage dumps in Kosovo?"
  "No really? Where are they?"
  "Yes, the left and right side of the road!"

Seeing garbage dumped everywhere is a common sight in Kosovo. One of the problems we've noticed at this particular garbage site is that people go through the garbage and just toss what they don't want or whatever is in the way on the ground and then don't put it back in the dumpster.  Unfortunately, it still often looks like this after the garbage collection during the week.  And can you imagine that the dump is just four blocks away?





Serbian Homes and Christian churches of murdered and ethnically-cleansed Serbs in Kosovo turned into Albanian-muslim garbage dumps!

















US Congressman "Eliot L. Engel Boulevard" in Pristina, Kosovo




"Bill Clinton Boulevard" in Pristina, Kosovo








Above: An example of a Kosovo automobile accident


http://www.mtcowgirl.us/kosovophotos.html




Albanian muslim love affair with photo of George Wahhabi Bush after US recognition of Kosovo as an Albanian muslim-dominated state in February, 2008


ITALIAN WW2 MILITARY CEMETERY IN PEC, KOSOVO TURNED INTO [AN ALBANIAN MUSLIM] GARBAGE DUMP!!



Foreigners' cemetery in the upper part of the Serb Orthodox cemetery in Pec.  Graves of Italian, French and Russian White Guard soldiers now lie underneath tons of  trash and debris dumped by local Kosovo Albanians.  Now the snow covers the sad scene of human madness and utmost lack of respect towards a Christian holy site, photo: ERP KIM Info-Service, Feb 24, 2003

http://www.kosovo.net/erpkim25feb03special.html#1

The so called Foreigners' cemetery is located between the Serb Orthodox main cemetery in Pec and the cemetery of the Belo Polje village. Since the end of the war in 1999 the Foreigners' cemetery was covered by tons of trash and debris which local Kosovo Albanian constantly dump on Christian cemeteries in the area. We are presenting a special report by the ERP KIM Info-service reporter D.P. who investigated the fate of at least 50 Italian soldiers who were killed by Albanian extremists Balli Kombetar in 1943-1944 and were burried in the upper part of the Pec cemetery.

Serbian Orthodox Church will request urgent assistance from the Italian, French and Russian Embassies in Belgrade and the local international Kosovo offices to clean and reconstruct the Foreigners' cemetery as well as the main Serb Orthodox cemetery and protect it from further Albanian vandalism.

This tragic fate of the Italian, French and Russian graves in Pec shows again that nothing which bears the sign of cross and Christianity is holy to Kosovo Albanian extremists and their supporters.



See more of what the Albanians have been doing to Serbian Orthodox Christian churches and Holy sites here:

http://www.kosovo.net/default2.html


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Re: ALBANIAN PUBLIC HYGIENE & SANITATION PRACTISES IN KOSOVO & ALBANIA
« Reply #1 on: April 24, 2009, 06:21:14 AM »
  The garbage will kill them!!!! :::D :::D :::D
The whole system works because everyone is not mentally ill on the same day!!!!

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Re: ALBANIAN PUBLIC HYGIENE & SANITATION PRACTISES IN KOSOVO & ALBANIA
« Reply #2 on: April 24, 2009, 07:29:09 AM »
  The garbage will kill them!!!! :::D :::D :::D

no bre,don't you know?it will only increse the population,i mean on these picutesi really can't tell the difference,why are there so many albanians lying around broken churches and homes?oh no wait... :D

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Re: ALBANIAN PUBLIC HYGIENE & SANITATION PRACTISES IN KOSOVO & ALBANIA
« Reply #3 on: May 01, 2009, 01:41:11 PM »
And, they are so obsessed with washing their nasty feet? but it's O.K. with them to live in utter filth.

How much more backwards can these geniuses get?