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Letter sent by the PanMacedonian Association to the President of the University of Utah

Letter sent by the PanMacedonian Association to the President of the University of Utah

October 26, 2009   President Michael K. Young University of Utah 201 Presidents Circle Salt Lake City, Utah 84112   Dear President Young,   On behalf of our multi-thousand membership of our organization and indeed of all U.S. citizens of Hellenic descent, we want to protest in the strongest possible terms the presentation of distorted facts pertaining to the history […]

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MACEDONIA IDENTITY THEFT

MACEDONIA IDENTITY THEFT

Another Great Video from Rempetisa   Every inscription ever found from the Ancient Macedonian language is in Greek. Every personal name every name of their homeland is Greek. They were identified as Greeks long before they ever came into prominance and they identified themselves as Greeks. They spread the Greek (hellenic) language and culture throughout all the lands they conquored […]

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The Albanian myth from William Maxwell (Albania – Greece)

Australian Macedonian Advisory Council October 04, 2009   With a great surprise we read an amazing historical quote that concerns various periods from European history that derives from Prof. William Maxwell and can be found in the article “Journey to Albania” (http://gaiaschool.info/Journey_to_Albania.html). This quote reads: “The Albanians are universally acknowledged as the descendants of the Illyrians who gave the world […]

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German museum man says Alexander the Great was mainly Greek

German museum man says Alexander the Great was mainly Greek

Mannheim, Germany – The head of a German museum which is set to show an exhibition about Alexander the Great weighed into a dispute between Skopje and Athens on Friday, saying the ancient leader had been predominantly Greek. The modern state of Macedonia, where the main language is a Slavic one, claims the heritage of ancient Macedonia. ‘Alexander was predominantly Greek […]

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Dear Mr. Loverdos,

Dear Mr. Loverdos,

Dear Mr. Loverdos, ** “The opinions expressed in the following message are those of the author and do not necessarily express those of HEC or its directors.” Dear Mr. Loverdos, Very recently you expressed what many Hellenes would like to believe is your personal opinion. You stated that when PASOK becomes the next government you will propose to allow about […]

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Both Ignorance and Forgery (Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia – Greece)

Both Ignorance and Forgery (Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia – Greece)   Australian Macedonian Advisory Council September 10, 2009 It was not my intension to comment Mr. Gandeto´s attempt to respond to my article titled as “Total ignorance or deliberate forgery” http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/view/116721 since neither the revealing of his ignorance on basic details of ancient Greek history and literature once more, […]

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Patrologia Graeca about Macedonia

Patrologia Graeca about Macedonia

Patrologia Graeca is a collection of “Πατερικά Κείμενα”, written in Greek, Latin and some Anatolian Languages. The Best collection is the one called Patrologiae Cursus Completus, of the French Jacques Paul Migne. This collection consists of 221 tomous, published between 1844-1855 and covers 10 centuries of ecclesiastical authors until 1216 A.D. Ironically today FYROM’s propaganda employs texts taken out of context from […]

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Slavic Propagandists are being ridiculed once more in American Chronicle

Slavic Propagandists are being ridiculed once more in American Chronicle

Total ignorance or deliberate forgery (Greece – Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) Australian Macedonian Advisory Council August 25, 2009 This article is a rebuttal to Gandeto´s “Macedonia was never a part of the ancient Hellenic city-states” http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/view/115377 In his last delirium Gandeto reached such levels of Goebelism using audacious lies and blatant distortions of historical sources, that even the aforementioned […]

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INDIGENOUS MACEDONIA – A HISTORY OF GREECE

INDIGENOUS MACEDONIA – A HISTORY OF GREECE

Ακόμα μια φοβερή δημιουργία απο την rempetisa 

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Is there a Rift between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of “Macedonia” on Alexander?

Is there a Rift between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of “Macedonia” on Alexander?

By Miltiades Elia Bolaris On a Washington Post article, (“Another Rift Between Greece, Macedonia, Both Lay Claim to Alexander the Great”, July 28, 2009) Craig Whitlock is intend on sending us scrambling back to our History books. Should we be talking about Alexandros o Megas /ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΣ o ΜΕΓΑΣ or Aleksandar Veliki / Александар Велики? Was he Greek or was he […]

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