Germany Will Be Sending Soldiers To Bosnia. This Is Only Part Of A Plan To Expand German Hegemony Into The Balkans

Germany will be sending soldiers to Bosnia, to supposedly bring security to current political tensions in the country. As we read in Al-Jazeera:

The federal government is planning a new deployment of the Bundeswehr in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The cabinet decided on a new mandate for the Eufor mission there , which should initially run until June 30, 2023. The upper limit is 50 members of the army. The vote in the Bundestag required for the posting should take place before the summer break.

Government spokesman Steffen Hebestreit justified the mission with the ongoing domestic tensions in Bosnia. Germany wants to help pave the way to Europe for the Western Balkans.

A spokesman for the Ministry of Defense added that the emergency services should act, among other things, as “eyes and ears” in cities and towns. The Bundeswehr soldiers are also to be deployed in the command center of the Eufor operation in Sarajevo.

Russia’s war in Ukraine has also drawn new geopolitical attention to the Western Balkans region , where Russia wields considerable influence. In Bosnia, this applies in particular to the Republic of Srpska, which separatist forces have been working towards secession for some time .

While Germany is saying that their purpose is to help keep the peace, the ultimate reason is to bring the Balkans into the European Union, the economic bloc led by Europe’s biggest economy, Germany. Al-Jazeera states:

Last week Chancellor Olaf Scholz visited several Western Balkan countries . With his government, Scholz is pursuing the goal of connecting the entire region to the EU in the long term . Four of the countries (Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, North Macedonia) are EU accession candidates, but so far official negotiations have only started with Serbia and Montenegro.

Control over the Balkans has been a desire of the Germanians for many decades, and this can be seen going all the way back to the Two World Wars when the Germans and Austrians unleashed a storm of steel and blood take over that region of Europe. After the Second World War, the Germans made movements towards this goal, such as supporting the Kosovo Liberation Army against Yugoslavia. In the 1990s, when Germany backed Croatia and the Albanians against Yugoslavia, it was simply supporting territories and nations that it ruled over during the reign of the Third Reich and before that. In a 2012 interview with Davor Dzalto, Noam Chomsky explained Germany’s plan to expand her hegemony in the Balkans as a simple continuation of trying to control countries that she historically ruled:

“The proclaimed independence of Croatia was immediately backed by Germany, which also raised war memories — the Nazis and the Croatian fascists were very closely linked. And Germany was plainly just trying to expand its influence over the areas where it had traditionally dominated.” (Noam Chomsky interviewed by Davor Dzalto, January 6, 2012, Cambridge, MA, in Dzalto & Chomsky, Yugoslavia, p. 64).

In the 1990s the Germans trained and armed Albanian rebels in Kosovo who were proud of their families’ membership in the SS, to form the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), in order to destabilize and disintegrate Yugoslavia. The purpose of this policy was to expand German hegemony in the Balkans. In a 1998 European report, it says: “German civil and military intelligence services have been involved in training and equipping the rebels with the aim of cementing German influence in the Balkan area.”

If you think that the pact between German and Muslim was exclusively in the First and Second World Wars, lets travel forward to the 1990s: the decade in which German diplomacy began to die; the decade in which Germany helped start the Kosovo War, arming and training Albanian nazis so as to advance German hegemony, just as their Nazi ancestors tried to control the Balkans. Nothing changes but the faces of the ones who want to make an ocean of blood.

After the Second World War, Germany was made to be a country, no longer for war, but for diplomacy and peace making. But this all began to crumble, in the 1990s, when the Germans began to instigate a war in Kosovo, against the Serbs and in favor for the Muslim pro-Nazi Albanians. The Germans began to arm and train Albanian nationalists, and was instrumental in the founding of the the KLA, or the Kosovo Liberation Army, so that they could attack Serbian authorities. What is most interesting about this situation, is that the Germans wanted to dominate the Balkans in the First World War, and they wanted to do the same in the Second World War, and recruited Albanians, Bosnians, Croatians and Ukrainians into the Nazi SS, so that they could slaughter Serbs, and control that region. The Second World War eventually came to an end in 1945, and people generally would believe that Germany would never return to the warpath, but in the 90s the Germans would train the descendants of the Albanian Nazis, that is, members of the KLA, to accomplish the very mission of the Nazis and their predecessors, to control Serbia.

The reputable German intellectual, Matthias Kuntzel, wrote a very revealing and detailed article, entitled Germany and Kosovo, back in the year 2000 on Germany’s role in starting the Kosovo War in the 90s, and it is from this article that I take most of my information on this event. As we read in Kuntzel’s report, since the 1990s, Germany has been wanting to pursue “self-determination,” to break the shackles what was placed on it since the end of the Second World War and expand German influence and hegemony. The German government believed, and still believes, that the only way to have stability in Europe is to have Germany no longer remain in its controlled position. As Rupert Scholz, the former German secretary of defense, explained:

“The aim of maintaining ‘stability’ in Europe seems to be a most dangerous one. There will not be any real stability, which is able to maintain peace, if individual nations are held prisoner in unwanted and unnatural (“unnatürliche”) state organizations, which have been imposed upon them.”

In other words, Germany wants to return back to its days of military power and strength, as opposed to remaining in the position that has been “imposed” on it. Germany wanted the same thing for the country of Albania. To the Germans, Albania was entrapped within Yugoslavia, and in the name of the racialist ideology of “self-determination,” deserved to become an independent country.

In the year 1991, an envoy from the German parliament (the Bundestag), arrived in Kosovo to have a meeting with leaders of the Albanian nationalist movement. Once this happened, a senior member of the Yugoslavian parliament was stirred to declare that “the British and the Germans would create a common intervention force with 70,000 soldiers in order to intervene in Kosovo.” The prediction would end up manifesting into a reality. In 1995, the German president, Roman Herzog, was in a meeting in the Albanian capital city of Tirana, in which Germany and Albania signed a common declaration of principle, promising a “solution to the Kosovo question” by pushing for the “self-determination” of Kosovo’s Albanians, that is, their right to secede from Yugoslavia.

The Germans began a program in which they secretly trained and armed pro-Nazi Albanian nationalists, and thus facilitating the creation of the Kosovo Liberation Army.

The Germans were now arming and training the sons and grandsons of the Albanian Nazis that they had recruited into the SS Skanderberg Division. Another influence on the KLA was the National Front of Albania (or Balli Kombëtar), a political organization that allied with the Nazis during the Second World War. As Matthias Kuntzel explains:

Just like 1991 Germany again supported a movement with a background rooted in the Nazi past, because the KLA is partly led by the sons and grandsons of extreme right-wing Albanian fighters, the heirs of those who fought during World War II in the fascist militias and the ‘Skanderbeg Volunteer SS Division’ raised by the Nazis. The ‘National Front of Albania’ (Balli Kombetar) which collaborated with Nazi leaders in 1943/44 today boasts about its influence within the KLA which has a program that seems to be a modified version of the 1943 Nazi utopia. Thus the program of “ethnic cleansing” which Germany exported into the Balkans in 1941 remained alive within the movement of the Kosovo Albanian nationalists during the 80s.

These KLA terrorists, while being Muslims, were really successors of their German Nazi allies of the past, and they were continuing the relationship between a pro-Nazi Albania and Germany. In a 1982 article published by the New York Times, it was explained that the mission of the KLA was “to establish what they call an ethnically clean Albanian republic and then the merger with Albania to form a greater Albania.” They wanted an Albania “free of Jews”, “free of Gypsies” and “free of Serbs”.

The United States was reportedly upset over Germany’s operation in starting an armed rebellion in the Balkans, with editor Johann Georg Reißmüller of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (a German daily newspaper) writing in 1997: “The US government is not at all happy with Germany’s policy in Kosovo”. The KLA would make attacks on the Serbian police, sparking a violent conflict, and thus destabilization commenced.

The Germans began to push the Americans when the Clinton administration was, in the words of Die Zeit, “still uncertain about how to deal with the crises” in the Balkans. A senior official of the German foreign office was sent to Washington to push the deputy secretary of state, Strobe Talbott, telling him: “We urgently need U.S. leadership now”. Between March of 1998 and March of 1999, the Germans continued this pressure on the Americans. The US government was in fact split between two opinions: one that stated that the KLA should be supported against Milosevic, and the other that said that Milosevic should be allowed to crush the Albanian terrorists. Washington ended up pushing the Germans to cease providing weapons to the KLA, and declared that the KLA were involved in terrorist activities. The newspaper, The European, stated in a 1998 report:

“Washington realised that pushing the Kosovars towards a military confrontation with Milosevic, as the Germans wanted to do, would have a boomerang effect on the Balkans. The United States put maximum pressure on Germany to stop supporting the KLA behind the scenes, as did the other European countries such as Britain and France.”

The KLA, in accordance to plan, continued its attacks on Serbian police officers, provoking them to counterattack, thus carrying on the conflict. The attempt by the United States to supposedly de-escalate the situation failed because of the continual flow of arms and the continuous recruitment of mercenaries for the KLA. In the summer of 1998, the United Nations, alongside the majority of NATO counties, including the US, persisted on cutting off the flow of arms into the hands of the KLA. Even Fatos Nano, the head of the Albanian government agreed with this and disassociated himself with the KLA. On the KLA destabilizing Nano’s government, the British academic, James Pettifer, writes:

“In 1998, full-scale violence erupted in Kosovo as the Albanian militants of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) attempted to wrest control of the disputed Yugoslav province of Serbia. This soon succeeded in destabilizing the fragile Nano government.” (Source: Pettifer, Albania: The Democratic Deficit In The Post-Communist Period)
German media was ecstatic to find out that Germany was successful in pushing for NATO forces to support Germany’s cause in Kosovo. The influential Frankfurter Allgemeine wrote that Germany had “given evidence of its preparedness to lead”. The New York Times reported: “German officials seem increasingly inclined towards charting a military course to stop the violence in Kosovo.” But Germany did not want to stop the violence, they were acting as saviors to a problem that they helped begin.

The Germans wanted to bomb Serbia, even though Germany was suppose to be a nation of peace and diplomacy on account of its Nazi past. A New York Times article from 1998 shows how the Christian Democrat, Volker Ruhe, was pushing for the bombing of Serbia, and how Germany was offering its own bombers to carry this out:

Military and civilian officials here did not give details of their plans for air strikes, which include both a ‘’limited air option’ (strikes by American ship-based cruise missiles against Serbian military targets in Kosovo and beyond) and a ”phased air campaign” (attacks on command headquarters inside Serbia).

‘Something has to happen soon; we can’t just sit back now,’ said Germany’s Defense Minister, Volker Ruhe, who also said he was worried about damage to the alliance’s credibility.

Mr. Ruhe said Germany was prepared to contribute 14 Tornado fighter-bombers to an air campaign, and called on the alliance to issue an ultimatum within the next 10 days if Mr. Milosevic does not keep his repeated promises to end the attacks.

In 1994, Volker Ruhe affirmed that the German army would be “an instrument of foreign policy.” By this time, Germany became the second largest arms exporter, after the United States. And after Germany’s reunification, thanks to the fall of the Berlin Wall, Germany had 350,000 soldiers, the largest army in Europe. (See Martin Lee, The Beast Reawakens, p. 284)


The biggest misconception about World War One, is that it was started because the Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie were murdered in Bosnia by a Serbian nationalist named Gavrilo Princip. The assassination of the Archduke and his wife did not cause the First World War, rather it provided the occasion and the pretext by which Germany and the Austro-Hungarian Empire could start a war with not just Serbia, but the whole Entente, that is, Russia, Great Britain, France and Italy.

Even before the assassination occurred, the Germans were planning on making a war, only waiting for the right situation in which they could justify making their attack. In 1913, the German military leader, Helmuth von Moltke, warned against the idea of making a war without the right circumstances. Moltke wanted a war, believing in an apocalyptic envisioning in which Germans and Slavs would fight for world power. He once said “that a European war is bound to come sooner or later, in which the issue will be one of a struggle between Germandom and Salvdom.” But while wanting blood, Moltke, in all of his conniving ways, said: “When starting a world war one has to think very carefully.”

Moltke worked closely with the Chief of the General Staff of the Austro-Hungarian Army and Navy, Franz Conrad von Hotzendorf, who was planning on a war to destroy Serbia dozens of times before the assassination even happened. In the words of the Scottish military historian Hew Strachan:

“Conrad first proposed preventive war against Serbia in 1906 and he did so again in 1908-9, in 1912-13, in October 1913, and May 1914: between 1 January 1913 and 1 January 1914 he proposed a Serbian war twenty-five times.”

Why were the Germans so fixated on vanquishing and conquering the Slavs? It was all based on Social-Darwinism, in the belief that the German race must dominate the Slavic people. The Kaiser of Germany himself, Wilhelm II, said in October 23 of 1913: “The Slavs are born not to rule but to obey.” The reason as to why the Germans wanted to dominate the Slavs, be they Catholic Poles or Orthodox Serbs, was the same reason as to why the Germans instigated the attack on Serbia in the 1990s: a eugenist envisioning of Germanic domination over those they deem as inferior.

Wilhelm II stated, before the assassination of the Archduke, that “if Russia supports the Serbs, which she evidently does … then war would be unavoidable for us, too.” Helmuth von Moltke, prior to the assassination, said: “I believe a war is unavoidable and the sooner the better.” However, Moltke calculatively said that before a war could be done, “we ought to do more through the press” in order to foster popular support for a war against Russia. The Germans were very calculative. Before the assassination of the Archduke, the German government was hoping that Austria would be attacked, so that Austria would make the decision to go to war so as to make Germany appear as merely a defending nation. The German Chancellor, Theobald von Bethmann Hollweg, explained this strategy to the Kaiser:

“If it comes to a war, we must hope that Austria is attacked so that she needs our help and not that we are attacked so that it would depend on Austria’s decision whether she will remain faithful to the alliance.”

The Germans had itchy trigger fingers that were yet tempered by their cunningness. This mentality was reflected in how they saw the situation between Bosnia and Austria-Hungary. In 1908, the Austro-Hungarian Empire administered Bosnia-Herzegovina while the province was nominally ruled by the Islamic Ottoman Empire. Turk and German ruled over this land, as part of an agreement that was made in the late nineteenth century. In the year 1878, at the Congress of Berlin, the Turks and their Germanic allies agreed that the Ottoman Empire would own Bosnia-Herzegovina, but that Austria-Hungary would have the authority to occupy that land with its troops.

In 1908, the Dual Monarchy of the Austro-Hungarian government declared that it was going to annex Bosnia-Herzegovina. It did so by brokering a horrible deal with Russia. The Austrian diplomat, Alois Lexa Von Aehrenthal had promised the foreign secretary of Russia, Alexander Izvolsky, that if Bosnia-Herzegovina would be annexed, that the Dual-Monarchy would provide easy access for Russia to travel through Constantinople and the Straits. This of course was a lie. Bosnia-Herzegovina was annexed, and Russia was in fact pressured by Berlin to not react. What is interesting about this story is not just the deception that was used, but the reaction of Helmuth von Moltke. Moltke was in fact disappointed that the Bosnian situation did not lead to war, warning that such an opportunity: “will not come so soon again under such propitious circumstances.”

What all of this proves is that Germany has a reputation of wanting bad situations to take place, so as to use them to justify militarism and aggression. The Germans planned out their war against the Slavs and the Entente, and then used the assassination of the Archduke to then act as defenders, when in reality they were seekers of any occasions by which to start war against nations who had no interest in going to arms with Germany. The assassination of the Archduke, in the words of historian David Fromkin, “was not, however, the reason that the Dual Monarchy sought to destroy Serbia. It could not have been the reason, for, Franz Ferdinand apart, the Hapsburg leaders wanted to destroy Serbia before the assassination.”

As part of the goal of racial domination, amongst the objections was to eliminate Serbia as “a factor of political power in the Balkans.” The Austrians didn’t want Serbia to simply surrender, they wanted Serbia to be utterly destroyed, or in the words of Fromkin, they wanted “to wipe it off the map.” As the Germans and Austrians were devising their bloodbath, they made sure to put up an act to the world that everything was going well. The Austro-Hungarian politician, Count Leopold Berchtold, and the German diplomat, Theobald von Bethmann-Hollweg, believed in deceiving the other European countries by maintaining normal vacation schedules for government officials, in order to create an illusion of peace.

Berchtold told his war minister and his army chief of staff to go on vacations “to prevent any disquiet.” The Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph also went on vacation, while Chancellor Bethmann retired to the countryside. Moltke took a trip to the famous spa in Carlsbad and the foreign minister left to enjoy his honeymoon. The German grand admiral, Alfred von Tirpitz, also went on vacation. It was all done to create the illusion that everything was normal, when behind closed doors a conspiracy was being done to bring the continent into one of the bloodiest conflicts in history.

In the words of Fromkin, “It was like a play in which everything of importance happens offstage.” (Much of the presented information on WW1 has been taken from Fromkin’s book, Europe’s Last Summer) And indeed, it is the reality today. Distractions are made for the world to see, while the conspiracies to bring mankind to ruin are devised behind the chaotic happenings of the moment. The story of how Germany and Austria-Hungary managed to deceive the masses into believing in a false peace, goes to show how cunning they are in the art of mass deception. The deception is so deep, it will overtake the masses and have them look up to the despots as saviors from the very chaos that they created.

Germany and Turkey were instrumental in causing the migration crises that has so altered the political climate in Europe, which is making fascism and eugenics more and more favorable. What is the agenda? While we cannot give explicit details as to what they plan next, what we can say is that its nothing good. As Germany desired terrorism in the past, to justify war, I believe its doing the same with terrorism, hence why they brought in the migrants, knowing full well that the wake of jihadism in the country would provoke a bolstering for militarism. But so many are taken into sympathy for Germany, seeing it as a nation of peace and diplomacy. “But evil men and seducers shall grow worse and worse: erring, and driving into error.” (2 Timothy 3:13) The same deceived masses, filled with error and driving others into error, were very active before the eruption of the First World War.

In 1911, just three years before WW1 in 1914, the president of the University of California at Berkley, the Germanophile, Ide Wheeler, nominated Kaiser Wilhelm II for the Nobel Peace Prize. In 1913, a large number of articles were published in Germany, declaring the Kaiser as the Friedenskaiser, or “Emperor of Peace.” In June of 1913, the New York Times published an article by Alfred Fried, the founder of the German peace movement, that stated this about the Kaiser of Germany:

“His glory as a man of peace, great enough now, will become greater, and his wish to figure in history as a hero of peace will be fulfilled.” (See Emmerson, 1913, p. 77)

With this are we reminded of the words of St. Paul: “For when they shall say, peace and security; then shall sudden destruction come upon them, as the pains upon her that is with child, and they shall not escape.” (1 Thessalonians 5:3)

Turkey and Germany, two nations of genocide, created this migration crises in Europe. What is the end goal, but tyranny? And while the world looks to Germany with sympathy and hope, we marvel ourselves to our own destruction. Germany wanted Serbia in WW1, and worked with the Ottoman Empire; near the end of the First World War, the German general, Erich Ludendorff, envisioned the Social-Darwinistic removal of two million Poles from Polish territory that Germany wanted to annex for the cause of pan-Germanism (see Tooze, The Deluge, ch. 6, p. 135). The leopard did not change its spots. In the Second World War, the Nazis, in conjunction with Albanian and Bosnian SS officers, butchered millions of Catholic Poles and Orthodox Serbs. In the 1990s, Germany worked with Albanian nazis and instigated a NATO strike on Serbia. What has changed, but the face behind which evil doers spill blood? And since the battle stems from principalities in dark places, the objective is ultimately to slaughter Christian Catholics and Christian Orthodox. It is an evil conspiracy that did not begin on earth, but in the minds of the demons of the abyss: “For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places.” (Ephesians 6:12)

Ultimately, it is a war done by protestants to slaughter the true Christians, the ones who can trace their Church all the way to Christ and the Apostles, the Catholics and the Orthodox.

Turkey and Germany, Crescent and Swastika, united in their thirst for carnage; when the scimitar shaped moon, and its Protestant ally rise again, maybe then, will Christendom arise for one more battle, for the soul of humanity. The nazis have never left us, they only changed their faces. Evil is continuously adapting, what never adapts are the masses that follow it.