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We are indigeneous Macedonians, therefore we are Greek

Nick Michael Hodges     Yes, we are Greeks like Alexander the Great but we are, also, Macedonian Greeks or Macedonian people living in the Macedonian province of Greece. Now, if we are Macedonian people with a Greek ethnic identity, then, obviously the South Slavonian Slav people of former Yugoslavia are not and cannot be also Macedonians unless they think […]

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Identity of the Macedonians

Identity of the Macedonians Nick Michael Hodges March 16, 2010 In one of his articles. Mr. Stefov says ” I think, therefore I am” but I can assure him that he does not really think and, therefore, he is not what he falsely and fraudulently thinks that he is. However, I really think and, therefore, I am what he and […]

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Macedonian Facts & Fallacies

Macedonian Facts & Fallacies Nick Michael Hodges    February 28, 2010     I have read many articles written by Risto Stefov who is a member of various websites and a contributor to miscellaneous publications, including the American Chronicle. However, I have noticed that he deals with some of the same issues regarding Macedonia and he keeps repeating them, evidently […]

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Encyclopedia Britannica Blunders (Greece – Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)

Encyclopedia Britannica Blunders (Greece – Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) Australian Macedonian Advisory Council November 27, 2009   Dear Editor, We (The Australian Macedonian Advisory Council) are writing to you regarding two pages of your online encyclopedia, under the section “Countries of the world”. As an Australian-Greek organization we are extremely disappointed with the sections aforementioned, as in the first […]

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Alexander the Great and the opening of the world at the Reiss-Engelhorn Museum in Mannheim

Alexander the Great and the opening of the world at the Reiss-Engelhorn Museum in Mannheim

Alexander the Great and the opening of the world at the Reiss-Engelhorn Museum in Mannheim Tymphaios    October 30, 2009      Alexander the Great continues to be relevant today, more than two thousand years after his death. That his origin is presently so hotly contested is testament to his legacy. Alexander´s campaign changed the culture of Asia. Alexander also […]

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FYROM’s extreme nationalism leads nowhere

FYROM’s extreme nationalism leads nowhere

http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/76844 Australian Macedonian Advisory Council October 10, 2008 “A nation is a group of persons united by a common error about their ancestry and a common dislike of their neighbours.” Karl Deutsch´s definition of a nation holds a great deal of truth, especially while dealing with one of the most troublesome regions of Europe; the Balkans. One of the challenges […]

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