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Martin Bernal’s “Black Athena” Promoted at Skoplje’s Book Fair [09-IV-2009]

The central promotion of the debunked magnum opus of Afrocentrism, “Black Athena” by Martin Bernal, during the Book Fair in Skoplje. Among the participant, apart from the author, were Rubin Zemon of “Evro-Balkan” institute, professor of philosophy Branislav Sarkanjac and Jordan Plevneš of the so-called “World Macedonian Congress”, all of whom openly displayed Pseudomacedonian nationalist motives for their admiration of […]

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Kanal5 About the Ideas of Greek Scholar Evangelos Kofos Regarding the Macedonian Issue [07-IV-2009]

FYROM’s Kanal5 investigates the latest proposals and views on the name dispute by Evangelos Kofos, an eminent Greek academic and scholar of Macedonian studies.

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The Birth of a Clone State Part II

The Birth of a Clone State Part II

The Birth of a Clone State   Part II 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. According to Herodotus’ The Histories, during the 8th century B.C. the Argeads (Αργεάδαι) migrated north from the […]

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Inscribed Stone of around 688 AD speaks about Slavs, the Enemies of Thessalonike

Inscribed Stone of around 688 AD speaks about Slavs, the Enemies of Thessalonike

The inscribed stone of Thessalonike has been discovered in August 1907 in the excavations of the northern courtyard of the kasimie mosque, which is the former temple of St Demetrios. The inscribed stone has to do with the emperor Justinian II who granted it to the church of St Demetrios along with gifts, in Thessalonica in gratitude for aid given […]

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FYROM Diaspora

FYROM Diaspora

  As always it´s highly amusing to read another one of Risto Stefov´s articles. Starting from the opening statement, one notes the factual distortion present. For an individual who allegedly doesn´t care about what Greeks may claim about themselves; he certainly seems to waste much time and energy intentionally distorting texts and manipulating history in his articles and books, and […]

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The Macedonian issue and the Bush administration

The Macedonian issue and the Bush administration

Australian Macedonian Advisory Council October 15, 2008 Greece‘s concern at the frequent provocations and indications from its northern neighbor, FYROM, that it harbors territorial aspirations against Greece are often dismissed in Washington, especially so under the Bush administration. A recent controversy where an advertisement from the Absolut Vodka company depicting California as part of Mexico has showed that American politicians […]

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HOW SERBIAN PROPAGANDA INFLUENCED AND EVENTUALLY CHANGED MACEDONISM

HOW SERBIAN PROPAGANDA INFLUENCED AND EVENTUALLY CHANGED MACEDONISM

Control of the Bulgarophile population (who self-identified Bulgarian) in the Southern-most area of the Kingdom of Serbia known as Vardarska Banovina, was of the utmost importance for Serbs who used political and educational propaganda in a systematic way in order to keep Vardarska Banovina from uniting with the Kingdom of Bulgaria in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries.   Essentially, where Serbs […]

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Thessaloniki and it’s Geography 1839

Thessaloniki and it’s Geography 1839

From 1839, the region around Thessaloniki was shown to be inhabited by Greeks, Turks, and Bulgarians. No sign of the Pseudo-Macedonians. By ChicagoGeorge

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Time Magazine Archives smash Fyrom’s propaganda

What was going on? The Greek Governor General of Macedonia [USE OF TERM “MACEDONIA” BY THE GREEK STATE PRIOR TO 1989 – ONE MORE LIE FROM FYROM EXPOSED] said that no refugees were streaming into Yugoslavia, charged that Slav terrorists were raiding Greek villages. From Rome the Chicago Daily News’s Balkan-wise Leigh White cabled: Marshal Tito had apparently launched his […]

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The Greece-FYROM 1995 Interim Accord

Dr. George Voskopoulos June 09, 2008 The Agreement was signed in New York on 13 September 1995 and was the fruit of an internationally guided mediation to establish tangible confidence-building meas-ures (CBMs), in order to facilitate the process towards a final agreement to be reached at a later stage. It consisted of 23 articles, aiming at setting the groundwork and […]

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