FYROM’s Mouthpieces in American Chronicle addicted to Nonsense

It seems FYROM’s Mouthpieces in American Chronicle, train themselves and their written composition skills intensively also for another cause. That is except hating Greece. They want to achieve worldwide fame by entering the Guinness Book of Records for the greatest possible number of distortions against Truth and Reality.

We have been accustomed to witness the unsuccessful usual tactics of FYROM’s Propagandists. Long ago they invented a unique way to present the facts distorted in their favour and misinterpreting original positions to fit their petty political agenda.

A shining example of the level of distortion among FYROM’s propagandists is an article sent by a friend a couple of days ago. Some lurker published an article where in the right begining you could read the following preposterous paragraph.


As Bishop Titus was preparing for missionary work in Crete, St. Paul warned him to be weary of the Greeks because of their reputation as being “always liars, evil beasts and slow bellies (Epistles 1:12-13)”. What St Paul intended by these remarks is anybody´s guess, but most likely he was referring to Epimenides, an ancient Greek prophet from Crete who became famous for saying that all Greeks were liars. Of course, St. Paul was certainly not implying that there were no Greeks worthy of respect at all because he surely knew that not all Greeks came from Crete and at least one of the Greeks, namely Epimenides, told the truth. In all likelihood, however, St. Paul was reminding Bishop Titus to be extremely cautious when dealing with the Greeks because of their reputation as being cunning and unreliable people.

Well, our Peddler of False Information claims allegedly that St Paul warned Titus “to be weary of the Greeks because of their reputation as being “always liars, evil beasts and slow bellies“, while he cites (Epistles 1:12-13).

If someone digs Epistles, in 1:12 he will find exactly NOTHING mentioning  the word “Greeks” as the author emphatically alleges,  but instead:

One of themselves, a prophet of their own, has said, Cretans are always liars, evil wild beasts, lazy gluttons.

In other words, even the single source provided by the Author confirms he is lying and distorting facts.

It makes as much sense as a Person A. claiming allegedly:

Sicilians are murderers

while simultaneously Person B. to conclude :

According to Person A. all Italians are Murderers“.

Does it make sense to you? Well, according to the despicable FYROM Propaganda Machine it makes perfect sense!!

An unbiased reviewer would easily conclude that the author:

(a) has severe issues with Logic,

(b) is intentionally lying ,


(c) maybe both.

What is for certain is that this kind of ridiculous attempts to distort facts, indeed reveal “unreliable people” and even an embarassment for their own people!!

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Edessa says:

Another piece of low-level fyrom's propaganda. It's widely known in antiquity no people ever had a worse reputation than the Cretans. The ancient world spoke of the three most evil C's: Cappadocians, Cilicians, Cretans.

Title should not be "…addicted to nonsense". It should be "…addicted to lies"

Konstantina says:

Reasonable readers find it fairly lame to invent cheap excuses in order to cover the intentional distortions of the author. He had in first place the choice to use the aforementioned sources in their original form. Instead, like the rest of his cronies in AC, he chose to distort them.

His premises are identified by innacuracies. a) St. Paul didnt speak of "Greeks" at all being “always liars, evil beasts and slow bellies" and b) Epimenides didnt state either "ALL Greeks were liars", as the author precisely claims. A conclusion which derives from false information is also false. Similarly attrocities against Logic are evident in the above comment. Attempting to justify committing a wrong on the grounds that someone else is ostensibly guilty of another wrong is clearly a Red Herring.

Guest says:

Reasonable readers do not stop after the first two sentences. They read the entire article. And if they are going to argue against the author, they should at least address all issues fairly raised. Thus, that would lead us to a reading of the third sentence, which states: "…St. Paul was certainly not implying that there were no Greeks worthy of respect at all because he surely knew that not all Greeks came from Crete…" Upon reading this, it is obvious that the author a) does not have severe logic issues, nor b) is he intentionally lying. A more accurate interpretation of these three sentences would be that the author was setting the tone of his paper, and/or was attempting to unsettle the Greek population by implementing a milder version of the tactics which he may consider are being utilized by certain Greek schools of thought: stereotyping the Macedonian people as "Skopjans." For if you ask a Macedonian from Bitola, he will tell you he is not a Skopjan; he will tell you he is a Macedonian. Yet, many Greeks still choose to refer to these people from Bitola as Skopjans. The author clearly wants the Greek instigators to understand the potency of the medicine they are using against their neighbors to the north.