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Bulgarian Party Wants FYROM’s city Back

  28 November 2008 Sofia _ Bulgaria’s nationalist Ataka party argues Fyromia and Serbia can only become EU members once they return territories taken from Bulgaria after the First World War. Dimitar Stoyanov, a member of the European Parliament for the Ataka party, made the claim in a letter he posted to Serbia’s ambassador to Sofia, after the Belgrade envoy […]

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Η ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΙΚΗ ΜΕΙΟΝΟΤΗΤΑ ΣΤΗΝ ΜΕΤΑΛΛΑΓΜΕΝΗ ΜΙΚΡΗ ΒΟΥΛΓΑΡΙΑ Με την αλλαγή φρουράς στον Λευκό Οίκο στις πρόσφατες αμερικανικές εκλογές και την επάνοδο των Δημοκρατικών στην εξουσία, ανοίγει ουσιαστικά ξανά το θέμα των Βαλκανίων, ως συνέχεια του έργου της κυβέρνησης του Μπίλ Κλίντον. Η διάλυση της Γιουγκοσλαβίας έχει παγιωθεί πλέον και η φαινομενική εκκρεμότητα του θέματος των Σκοπίων πλησιάζει στη λύση του.. […]

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1000 Euro fine for using a Bulgarian flag in FYROM

In the land of absurbity where the official state quite hypocritically yells about “Human Rights” without ever looking at their own side of the yard, Dragi Karov was sentenced to pay 1000 Euro by a FYROM’s court for… waving the flag of a foreign country in March this year, during the inauguration of Todor Alexandrov’s monument in his private house in […]

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Yane Sandanski – The Bulgarian Revolutionary claimed by FYROM’s propaganda

Yane Sandanski – The Bulgarian Revolutionary claimed by FYROM’s propaganda

Articles from contemporary newspapers breaking into pieces the claims of FYROM’s propaganda. Sunday Aug 30 1908 – TheWashington Post   Waterloo Reporter – September 12 1909 Davenport Daily Republic October 27 1901 Galveston Daily News 1909 Middle Town Daily – 1909 The New York Times april 22 1902 Sandanski Galveston News 1909

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Sojourners and Settlers: The ’Macedonian’ Community in Toronto to 1940” by Lillian Petroff

Sojourners and Settlers: The ’Macedonian’ Community in Toronto to 1940” by Lillian Petroff

Fom the book of Lillian Petroff “Sojourners and Settlers: The ’Macedonian’ Community in Toronto to 1940”

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Protestant Mission Among the Bulgarians – William Paine Clarke 1909

Protestant Mission Among the Bulgarians – William Paine Clarke 1909

Protestant missionaries in Macedonia say that the main language spoken is Bulgarian with Greek, Vlach, and Servian and certainly no sign of “Macedonci” language.   By ChicagoGeorge

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The South Slav Conflict: History, Religion, Ethnicity, and Nationalism

The South Slav Conflict: History, Religion, Ethnicity, and Nationalism

‘The South Slav Conflict: History, Religion, Ethnicity, and Nationalism’ by Raju G. C. Thomas, H. Richard Friman – 1996

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Reports of the US Immigration Commission 1911

Reports of the US Immigration Commission 1911

Today i spent some time reviewing reports of the  US Immigration Commission in 1911, searching to find what these official US reports are stating for the so-called “Macedonian” forefathers of our northern neighbours. The results are overwhelming but unfortunately for the propagandists of FYROM, the official reports of USA about immigration are clear that their forefathers were…Bulgarians, speaking a Bulgarian dialect.  

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Verkovitch – Bulgarian popular songs in Macedonia
Mark Mazower, Salonica City of Ghosts

Mark Mazower, Salonica City of Ghosts

Quote: Meanwhile, in Salonica itself, a militant new organization was incubating: in November 1893 the ‘Bulgarian MacedoAdrianopolitan Revolutionary Committee’ was founded by a group of men reared on the ideas of Russian anarchism, and proclaimed open to any who wished to fight for liberation from the Turks and autonomy for Macedonia. Sofia-based activists regarded it with suspicion and did not […]

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