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Ethnic groups worldwide

Ethnic groups worldwide

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The leaders of FYROM need Psychiatrists according to FYROM’s Bulgarians

The leaders of FYROM need Psychiatrists according to FYROM’s Bulgarians

  The leaders of FYROM are “mentally ill”, according to Dragi Kirov, an activist of Initiative Committee of Bulgarians from  FYROM in an article found in Sofia News Agency. Speaking at a news conference at the BTA agency in Sofia on Sunday, Kirov, a native of the town Veles in FYROM, urged the Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov to send […]

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Manchester Guardian, 15 Jan. 1903 – A ‘Macedonian’ Nation does not exist

Manchester Guardian, 15 Jan. 1903 – A ‘Macedonian’ Nation does not exist

By Christos Papadimas THE MACEDONIAN QUESTION The Manchester Guardian (1901-1959); Jan 15, 1903; THE MACEDONIAN* QUESTION. To the Editor of the Manchester Guardian. Sir,—I thank you sincerely for the appreciative com­ments in your leading article of the 9th inst. Will you permit me to state that my main object in speaking out on this question was not to propound a […]

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Truths and lies about Macedonia Part 5

Truths and lies about Macedonia Part 5

Australian Macedonian Advisory Council May 06, 2010 This article is a response to two articles from Risto Stefov, the first being “Greeks and identity theft” http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/view/151855 and the second one “How Macedonia became Greek, Serbian and Bulgarian” http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/view/149197 If one wonders how and why I have decided “to kill two birds with one stone” as they say, the answer is […]

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Krste Petkov Misirkov – The Founder of Pseudo-Macedonism Demystified

This video presents a collection of statements by Krste Petkov Misirkov (1874-1926), considered among Pseudomacedonians a pioneer of their modern national idea, which reveal his true ethnicity and his true view on Slavs of present-day FYROM. By Brzak

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Slavs,Turks or Bulgarians were NEVER characterised as “Macedonians” in Byzantine Sources

Slavs,Turks or Bulgarians were NEVER characterised as “Macedonians” in Byzantine Sources

From the invenstigation of Byzantine sources, we can conclude: a) The two terms, Μακεδών (noun, Translation: ”a Macedonian”, plural Μακεδόνες ) and Μακεδονικός (adjective – “Macedonian”) do not always have the same significance: they coincide only to the extend that they refer to a geographical concept. b) The term Μακεδoνικός is used exclusively to characterise forces or armies coming from the Byzantine Theme, that […]

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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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Way ahead of Tito, the Bulgarians were trying to invent a “Macedonian” language back in 1905, but do not tell this to a Skopjan propagandist!

Way ahead of Tito, the Bulgarians were trying to invent a “Macedonian” language back in 1905, but do not tell this to a Skopjan propagandist!

Way ahead of Tito, the Bulgarians were trying to invent a “Macedonian” language back in 1905, but do not tell this to a Skopjan propagandist! By: M.E.Bolaris The photograph to the left is from an old Greek newspaper. It is from a very interesting and truly revealing article which appeared in Skrip, a political newspaper published in Athens at the […]

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Ethnic groups in Macedonia, the rest of Balkans and Asia Minor as of early 20th Century

Ethnic groups in Macedonia, the rest of Balkans and Asia Minor as of early 20th Century

Ethnic groups in the Balkans and Asia Minor as of early 20th Century (William R. Shepherd,Historical Atlas, 1911). We can find : Turks, Rumanians, Bulgarians, Croats and Servians, Greeks, Albanians, Armenians, Kurds and Arabs. No sign of the Pseudo-Macedonians among the Ethnic Groups in the Balkans.

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Skopje’s Population in 1881

Skopje’s Population in 1881

From Glasgow Herald, April 4th 1881 The Varied Population of Uskub (Skopje) consists of Turks of Europe, Turks of Asia, Albanians, Bulgarians, Greeks, Jews, Gypsies and Germans. Once more the so-called “Ethnic Macedonians” are nowhere to be found. By Christos P.

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