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Pau Gasol receives Death Threats in his FB page by Ultra-Nationalists from FYROM

Pau Gasol receives Death Threats in his FB page by Ultra-Nationalists from FYROM

  Pau Gasol, the famous Spanish Basketball player receives death threats by FYROM’s Ultra-Nationalists in his Facebook Page. Its surely the most pathetic News Story related to the Eurobasket 2011 of Lithuania. Pau Gasol, the ace of the Spanish National Team and LA Lakers, is receiving numerous abuses and even Death threats by  Slavic Ultra-Nationalists of FYROM after commiting the… “crime” to […]

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The Earliest Sages of Language Planning by Joshua A. Fishman

The Earliest Sages of Language Planning by Joshua A. Fishman

The Slavs of Macedonia during this period continued to calltheir language Bulgarian, and  at first they evisioned a literary language using their dialects or compromising among the various dialects of Bulgaria and Macedonia. By ChicagoGeorge

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Letter from All Pan-Macedonian Association to UN and EU regarding the Statue of Alexander the Great in Skopje.

Letter from All Pan-Macedonian Association to UN and EU regarding the Statue of Alexander the Great in Skopje.

  WORLD PAN-MACEDONIAN ASSOCIATIONS Communication: Nina Gatzoulis Coordinator of the Committee of World Pan-Macedonian Associations To: UN Country Members Europarliamentarians   We are vehemently opposing the erection of Alexander the Great’s statue in the Skopje Square, in the capital of the FYROM. This act does not only show the usurpation of the Greek history by that country’s Slavs in the […]

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Ancient Macedonia : Slavs Lost in Translation

Ancient Macedonia : Slavs Lost in Translation

Thessaloniki was a princess; daughter of King Philip II, half sister of Alexander the Great. She was given this name because she was born on the day of the Macedonian victory at the Battle of Crocus Field. Her name literally translates to “Thessalian Victory“, in Greek. The city of Thessaloniki, today the largest city of Macedonia, was founded by her […]

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Imperial Byzantine Policy Towards The Slavs And Its Effects

Imperial Byzantine Policy Towards The Slavs And Its Effects

  Justinian the Great – Detail of a portrait in the Basilica of San Vitale, Ravenna   This article presents some of the methods the Byzantine state used to Control the expansion of the Slavic population from their appearance in the Balkans in the 7th century until the fall of Constantinople to the Franks in 1204. This is the most […]

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Slavic Elements in…Homer?

Slavic Elements in…Homer?

Miltiades Elia Bolaris      SLAVIC HOMER IN SKOPJE & assorted Balkan fables HOCUS POCUS SLAVOMAKEDONIENSIS: Bogus scholarly witchcraft in the age of Antikvizatsiyja “Hateful to me as the gates of Hades is that man who hides one thing in his heart and speaks another.” This is the quote from Homer with which Petrus Invictus chose to start his work […]

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The Serbs and the Macedonian Question

The Serbs and the Macedonian Question

Source: The Serbian Questions in The Balkans, University of Belgrade, publisher – Faculty of Geography, Belgrade 1995. By Slavenko Terzić                       One of the burning questions in the Balkan history of the second half of the 19th century and at the beginning of the 20th, until the Balkan wars 1912/13, […]

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SLAVIC HOMER IN SKOPJE & assorted Balkan fables: the case of the Slavic Trojans

SLAVIC HOMER IN SKOPJE & assorted Balkan fables: the case of the Slavic Trojans

Miltiades Elia Bolaris    February 15, 2011     HOCUS POCUS SLAVOMAKEDONIENSIS:   bogus scholarly witchcraft in the age of Antikvizatsiyja In notoriously unreliable sources, such as the “Slavic Nationalist Forum” or the expatriate Skopjan misinformation website “MakNews” , it is naturally expected to stumble upon products of pseudo-scholarly emesis such as “A new theory about the Trojan era”, by […]

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Skopje had a Predominately Greek Population During the 13th Century

Skopje had a Predominately Greek Population During the 13th Century

After Skoplje’s conquest by Theodore of Epiros, it was constituted as a theme with a Greek bishop (Dem. Chom. no. XIV, col. 63; no. CXXXI, col. 536. Akrpolites, ed. Heisenberg, 78, Zlatarski, III, 435). But in 1230 it passed into the Bulgarian Empire of John Asen, his son Kaliman, and its appointed governor was the PanSebastos sebastos Pribo (or Primpos) . In […]

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Understanding the Macedonian Name Dispute and its importance to the United States

Understanding the Macedonian Name Dispute and its importance to the United States

It’s been 19 years since a small former republic of Yugoslavia declared independence and attempted to hijack the history, identity and name of the ancient Greek Kingdom of Macedonia. Originally known as Vardar Banovina, the region was renamed by Josip Broz Tito in the aftermath of the Second World War. The name chosen by Tito was the Socialist Republic of […]

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