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The Greeks of Macedonia in Slavic Sources

The Greeks of Macedonia in Slavic Sources

One of the absurd Myths of FYROM’s propaganda imposed on their population is the notion that there were NO Greeks prior to the establisment of the Kingdom of Greece (Βασίλειο των Ελλήνων) in the aftermath of the Greek revolution of 1821. More absurd theories emanating mostly by the radical groups of FYROM’s diaspora claim that Greeks were NEVER found in Macedonia prior to 1913. […]

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An Honorable Compromise

An Honorable Compromise

   Nick Michael Hodges    August 20, 2010   I have been wondering and waiting to see how soon Risto Stefov was going to strike again against his Greek enemies. It happened sooner than expected but this time he was more malicious, vengeful, demanding, threatening and impatient towards his Greek enemies who stubbornly refuse to let him and his South […]

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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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Macedonian names and makeDonski pseudo-linguistics: The case of the name Zaika

Macedonian names and makeDonski pseudo-linguistics: The case of the name Zaika

Miltiades Elia Bolaris Balkan Illusion – phantasia archaica: “Zaika. This is one of the most interesting ancient Macedonian female names. It may represent a female form of the present day Macedonian “zajak” (rabbit). In any case, there are numerous examples of names taken from names of animals. The names Zaia (Zaja) and Zaiko (Zajko) are present in todays’ Macedonian onomasticon..” […]

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Christianization of Bulgaria

Christianization of Bulgaria

Christianization of Bulgaria From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Christianization of Bulgaria was the process of converting 9th-century medieval Bulgaria to Christianity. Contents   1.1 Initial setbacks 1 Background 2 Byzantine demand 3 Reasons for the Christianization 4 Reaction 5 Choice between Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism 6 Result 7 See also 8 Notes 9 References    Background When Khan Boris […]

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Skopjan irredentism: one of the latest chapters.

Skopjan irredentism: one of the latest chapters.

We have been witnesses a myriad of times to the ever growing ultra nationalism spread among the population of the State of Skopje and also its diaspora. An extreme political stance sponsored by the government of the FYROM ,as far as the interior of this country is concearned, with actions like the renaming of the Skopje city stadium to “Philip […]

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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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FYROMian Communist Politician Acknowledges the Titoist Roots of His Nation [04-V-2009]

Slobodan Ugrinovski, a Communist city councilor in Skoplje, states that the late Yugoslav dictator Tito is the most important figure for FYROM and that his era was pivotal to its creation.

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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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NATO’s Jaap de Hoop Scheffer Warns FYROM About the Name Dispute with Greece [29-IV-2009]

NATO’s General Secretary Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, in a meeting with Branko Crvenkovski, warns about the possibility of a failure of referendum about country’s name, predicting a possibility of a security crisis.

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