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FYROM’s Ex-Minister of Foreign Affairs: Our identity of a small Slavic nation is not connected to Alexander the Great

FYROM’s Ex-Minister of Foreign Affairs: Our identity of a small Slavic nation is not connected to Alexander the Great

A couple of weeks ago we had the statements of FYROM’s former PM’s Georgievski which shocked FYROM. Today the eminent professor from FYROM and former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ljubomir Frckoski, mentioned in his column for Fokus Newspaper: Our “Macedonian” identity of a small Slavic nation is not connected to Alexander the Great, but with our Ethnic Albanian fellow citizens, through the history of the common fight for autonomy and  […]

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The Identity of Macedonia

The Identity of Macedonia

According to Article 2 of UNESCO’s Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity, “it is essential to ensure harmonious interaction among people and groups with plural, varied and dynamic cultural identities”. 5 million people live in the modern region of Macedonia, and more than half of them have a Greek national identity, along with their Macedonian cultural identity, due to their Hellenic […]

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The Myth of Modern Macedonia: inventing an identity

The Myth of Modern Macedonia: inventing an identity

The Myth of Modern Macedonia: inventing an identity John Melville-Jones Last year I learned that a statue of Alexander the Great was to be erected in Skopje. I knew enough about modern history to be sure that the choice of this subject was not simply, as in some places (for example in Edinburgh), the result of a desire to commemorate […]

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Macedonian Name Issue – UN Negotiator Nimetz sides with Greece

Macedonian Name Issue – UN Negotiator Nimetz sides with Greece

  NEW YORK – The UN mediator on the name issue of the FYROM, Matthew Nimetz, in his meeting on Friday in New York with a delegation of the Pan-Macedonian Association, acknowledged that FYROM’s majority are Slavs and that they “made a huge mistake in their attempt to antiquate their society as well as by their use of ancient Greek Macedonian […]

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Serbian Scholar Gojko Subotić Confirms the Greek Character of Ohrid Archbishopric [28-IV-2009]

18 April 2009, Serbian scholar Gojko Subotić, hosted by MANU*, states that the historical Ohrid Archbishopric had a Greek cultural character. *”Makedonska Akademija na Naukite i Umetnostite” (“Macedonian Academy of Arts and Sciences”), highest academic institution of FYROM. From the Youtube Channel of Srbolog  

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Ljubčo Georgievski Uses Linguistic Arguments Against Pseudomacedonism [17-VI-2009]

19 Ιούν 2009 — Ljubčo Georgievski, the former Prime Minister of FYROM, uses linguistic arguments against Pseudomacedonism by demonstrating that the absence of Latin superstratum in the vocabulary of FYROMian Slavic, which indicates that the Slavs arrived after the Romanization of the Balkan peninsula. From the Youtube Channel of Srbolog

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Pseudo Gene Wars – GENETIC IDENTITY THEFT

Pseudo Gene Wars – GENETIC IDENTITY THEFT

Άκόμα μια φοβερή δημιουργία απο την 

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Pasko Kuzman’s Resignation From the Letter to Obama by the “Macedonia Evidence” Team [17-VI-2009]

June 18, 2009 — Pasko Kuzman’s, FYROMian chief archaeologist, resignation after listening to the letter to Obama by the “Macedonia Evidence” team [ http://www.macedonia-evidence.org ]

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«Αλλάζει» η καταγωγή των κατοίκων της ΠΓΔΜ

Αλλαγές ως προς την καταγωγή των Σλαβομακεδόνων σε έκδοση για την Ιστορία του λαού της χώρας. Σε αλλαγές ως προς την καταγωγή των Σλαβομακεδόνων, προχώρησε το Ινστιτούτο Εθνικής Ιστορίας της ΠΓΔΜ, στη νέα αναθεωρημένη έκδοση στην αγγλική και σλαβομακεδονική της «Ιστορίας του μακεδονικού λαού», η οποία χρηματοδοτήθηκε από την κυβέρνηση της ΠΓΔΜ και παρουσιάστηκε προχθές στα Σκόπια. Όπως αναφέρει σημερινό […]

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Details About the Planned Monument of Alexander the Great in Skoplje Revealed [04-V-2009]

Administration of the city of Skoplje provides insight into the process of building a monumental statue of Alexander the Great in the city’s central square.

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