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Macedonian names and makeDonski pseudo-linguistics: The case of the names Delius and Delus

Macedonian names and makeDonski pseudo-linguistics: The case of the names Delius and Delus

Miltiades Elia Bolaris June 19, 2009 Balkan Illusion – phantasia archaica: “…it is very interesting to note that many of the authentic ancient Macedonian words, according to their etymology and pronunciation, have a striking resemblance to the appropriate words used in the modern Macedonian language (and other so called “Slav”[sic] languages)”…”Del(us). The verb “dela” (to work) exists in the so […]

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Medes

Medes

Medes The Medes (Greek Μῆδοι, from an Old Persian Mādai; Assyrian Mādāyu) were an ancient Iranian people[2] who lived in the northwestern portions of present-day Iran. This area is known as Media (also Medea; Greek Μηδία, Old Persian Māda; the English adjective is Median, antiquated also Medean). They entered this region with the first wave of Iranian tribes, in the […]

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Skopjan Propaganda Techniques #3 – Taking Text Out Of Context

Skopjan Propaganda Techniques #3 – Taking Text Out Of Context

  The common definition of  “taking text out of context” is to remove a passage from its surrounding matter in such a way as to distort its meaning. In other words a shorter extract or phrase is used purposedly in an attempt to respresent the views of the person being quoted inaccurately. The latter became an effective tool on the hands […]

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