The Irredentist Map of “Greater Macedonia” published by the FYROM’s Diplomat (Photo @ Proto thema) FYROM News – A written agreement in front of Nimetz that FYROM has no Territorial Claims (!), has never (!) broken the Interim Accord and does not insist on holding the exclusive right to the Name (!), proposed to FYROM government, Professor Toni Deskovski according to FYROM’s Media. The proposition took place during the […]Read more ›
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Around the same time as the Greek uprising against the Ottoman Turks in Macedonia, the Turks were signing a peace treaty (Treaty of San Stefano; March 3, 1878) with Russia after the Ottoman Empire lost the Russo-Turkish War. The Treaty of San Stefano forced Turkey to give all of Macedonia to Bulgaria and create ‘Great Bulgaria’. This allowed Russia to have […]Read more ›
THE PROCLAMATION OF THE TEMPORARY GOVERNMENT OF MACEDONIA REQUESTING UNIFICATION WITH GREECE; REVOLUTION ON MT. OLYMPUS. This proclamation shatters 3 Skopjan myths (lies) about Macedonia: Myth (Lie) #1: The name ‘Macedonia’ was not used by Greeks until after 1988. Until 1988, the area was known as ‘Northern Greece’ or ‘Northern New Territories’. As is evident in the Proclamation written in […]Read more ›
1. Modern writers about the Bulgarian origin of FYROMs Slavs – John Foster Fraser 2. Modern writers about the Bulgarian origin of FYROM slavs – Keith Brown 3. Modern writers about the Bulgarian origin of FYROMs Slavs – Francis Seymour Stevenson 4. Modern writers about the Bulgarian origin of FYROMs Slavs – William Miller 5. Modern writers about the Bulgarian […]Read more ›
From “Voyage dans la Macedoine” by Cousinery Consul-General of Thessalonike, 1831Read more ›