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Outrageous Statements by FYROM’s Mayor equating European countries with Nazi Germany

Outrageous Statements by FYROM’s Mayor equating European countries with Nazi Germany

  A recent outrageous statement by the Mayor of Monastiri (Bitola) equating the current policies of European Countries with those of Fascist Germany is emblematic of the anti-European climate promoted in FYROM. The Mayor of Monastiri, Vladimir Taleski is reported by FYROM’s A1 to have stated that EU is ruled by Fascism and made inappropriate parallels between the policies of European Countries and Nazi […]

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Ελληνικό νεκροταφείο Μοναστηρίου. 2ο μέρος
Rare Document of 1912 – Official Manifesto about the Elections in Monastiri

Rare Document of 1912 – Official Manifesto about the Elections in Monastiri

Another Rare Document from 1912 which proves the absurdity of the current slavic claim about existence of “ethnic Macedonians”.  Translation in English: The Committee of Parliamentary Elections in Monastir, comprised of Muslims, Greeks and Bulgarians announce to the honourable electors that they jointly decided the candidate representatives for Monastir to be the following honourable gentlemen: 1. Kenan Zia Bey 2. […]

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“1816 Memoirs on the Ionian Islands” by Gen. Guillaume De Vaundoncourt

Memoirs on the Ionian Islands,: Considered in a Commercial, Political and military point of view. In page 138 we have : “Sandgiak of Ochrida,holding the jurisdiction of Ochrida,situated to the E. of the lake of that name,and inhabited by Bulgarians.” In pages 140 and 141 there is another one prove what the inhabitants of Vardarska was: Monastiri.otherwise called Toli,or Bitolia…………..and […]

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Γεώργιος Μόδης και η Μακεδονία

Γεώργιος Μόδης και η Μακεδονία

Γεώργιος Μόδης και η Μακεδονία Η γέννηση ενός λαού Επιμέλεια: Γιώργος Εχέδωρος (Από το βιβλίο του Γ. Μόδη “Ο Μακεδονικός αγών και η νεώτερη Μακεδονική Ιστορία”. Θεσσαλονίκη 1967.) Ο Γεώργιος Μόδης θεωρείται και είναι πρώτη πηγή για τα γεγονότα που διαδραματίστηκαν στο μακεδονικό χώρο από τις αρχές του 20ου αιώνα. Ο γνωστός μακεδονομάχος-συγγραφέας- πολιτικός Γεώργιος Μόδης γεννήθηκε το 1887 στο […]

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The Birth of a Clone State – Part VI

The Birth of a Clone State – Part VI

The Birth of a Clone State   Part VI By Georgios Gialtouridis The term clone is derived from κλών (klon), the Greek word for twig or branch, referring to the process whereby a new plant can be created from a twig.   In statements to a human rights activist investigating human rights abuses in the former Yugoslavia, Dimitris Petrusis, a […]

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The Birth of a Clone State Part V

The Birth of a Clone State Part V

The Birth of a Clone State   Part V By Georgios Gialtouridis The term clone is derived from κλών (klon), the Greek word for twig or branch, referring to the process whereby a new plant can be created from a twig.   “It was night when we entered Monastiri and night when we left…The inhabitants – the town is populated […]

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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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Greek cemetery in Monastiri/Bitola

Even cemeteries in modern FYROM stand as silent witnesses of the Greek presence in the area.

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The 1878 Greek Revolution in Macedonia

The 1878 Greek Revolution in Macedonia

More myths created by Skopje are shattered by the following passages:   1) Again, the claim that there was not a Greek movement for liberation from Turkey is a complete lie.   2) The claim that there were no Greeks in Monastiri (Bitolia) is also a complete lie. From the book: ‘Macedonia, The Macedonian Struggle, Greece-Macedonia 4000 Years’, Copyright 1992 by […]

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