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Letter to the Editor of Washington Post by a Reader

Letter to the Editor of Washington Post by a Reader

Mr Whitlock I’m writing to you regarding your recent article published on Washington post on Tuesday, July 28, 2009 concerning the Macedonian issue. I’m one of those people that you and others unfortunately have choose to ignore, either because of ignorance or deliberately. I hope in your article we’re talking about the first case. This group of people i include […]

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An excellent response to the biased Washington Post’s article about the Greece – FYROM dispute

By Philip Atticus Craig Witlock’s articles in the Washington Post, Another Rift Between Greece, Macedonia Both Lay Claim to Alexander the Great, of July 28th is hardly an objective piece of reporting. I find it highly questionable, for instance, that Mr. Witlock refers to no less than 6 pro-FYROM sources in the article (Foreign Minister Antonio Milososki; President Gjorge Ivanov, […]

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Ilinden – The Bulgarian Uprising in Macedonia and the formation of “Krushevo Republic” that lasted barely… 10 days!!!

Ilinden – The Bulgarian Uprising in Macedonia and the formation of “Krushevo Republic” that lasted barely… 10 days!!!

Accounts of the llinden Uprising in Australian and other foreign newspapers of the time, invariably echo the way the event was perceived by the general world media. The reader will discover that according to the reports in the newspapers, (as indeed in those of any other contemporary source), the Insurgent Slavs were the Bulgarians of Macedonia. A “Macedonian” ethnic group […]

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Tired of Dora and her Clan

Tired of Dora and her Clan

There are two issues here:  One is that the Slavs want to delay the matter and, also that they want to show to their people that they will not let Greece give them a name.  If the Greek MFA wanted to close this issue in a serious and dignified manner for Greece, they would not officially and very loudly tell […]

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Ljubčo Georgievski Blasts Pseudomacedonism by Using Powerful Insight [17-VI-2009]

June 20, 2009 — Ljubčo Georgievski, the ex-Prime Minister of FYROM, gives a powerful criticism of the Pseudomacedonian continuity theory during a debate on A2 Channel.

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Population in Povardarje in 1918 according to the Serbs

Population in Povardarje in 1918 according to the Serbs

Taken from the book: “O Makedoniji i Makedoncima” [“About Macedonia and Macedonians“, a title having only geographical meaning], Clanci [The authors]: Vendl-Rizov-Tomic (Sredili i izdali: J. T. Markovic [Natselnik Ministarstva Inostranih Dela]- Svet. Tomic [Inspektor Ministarstva Prosvete i Crk. Poslova], KRF [=Corfu,(Stambano u Drzavnoj Stampariji Kraljevine Srbije) 1918. [As is is seen from above, this book was published in Corfu, […]

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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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Police Brutality Rampant in FYROM [02-VI-2009]

Police brutality in FYROM and the inability of the judicial system to handle it exemplified.

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Περί του DNA των Ελλήνων

Περί του DNA των Ελλήνων

Περί του DNA των Ελλήνων June 5th, 2009   Με αφορμή προφανώς το θέμα της εκπομπής για τη φυσική επιλογή, φίλος του ιστολογίου μας έστειλε το ακόλουθο κείμενο Έρευνα των Πανεπιστημίων του Στάνφορντ των ΗΠΑ και της Παβίας της Ιταλίας απαντά ευθέως στον περιβόητο Φαλμεράγερ. Δεν έχει επηρεασθεί από τους Σλάβους ούτε από τους Τούρκους, παρά τα 400 χρόνια σκλαβιάς. […]

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

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

By Miltiades Elia Bolaris May 21, 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).” “Bere(s). The root of this name contains […]

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