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In 1912 Skopje had 80 percent Albanian population

In 1912 Skopje had 80 percent Albanian population

Typical residents of Uskub (now Skopje) in 1912 : two Albanians and a Cop.  A document of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs verifies that in 1912 Skopje had 80 percent Albanian population. Specifically according to the document, the population of Skopje was 50,000, of whom 40,000 were Albanians. The document was found by the historian Skender Hasani who states that the document explicitely proves that the […]

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Macedonia : FYROM’s Propaganda and Human Rights

Macedonia : FYROM’s Propaganda and Human Rights

These series of articles will expose to public eyes how FYROM’s Propaganda machine works. Especially the massive internet campaign used by Slavic propagandists from FYROM with sole aim to deceive the readers while misrepresenting and manipulating well-evidenced historical events to fit their petty nationalistic agenda. It is sometimes hard for the unsuspected reader who is frequently confronted by deceitful attempts to believe false […]

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1818 – The Greekness of Macedonians testified by Dionysios Pyrros in his “Methodic Geography..”

1818 – The Greekness of Macedonians testified by Dionysios Pyrros in his “Methodic Geography..”

Dionysios Pyrros the Thessalian, 1818 and “Methodic Geography of the whole universe,on behalf of his friends and pupils and the Hellenic genus“ “She (Hellas) is today subjugated to the despotic rule of the Turk emperor,the so-called Sultan,who descends from the interior of great Asia,which was once utterly defeated by the Macedonian Alexander the Great” “Hellas was called in older times […]

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NATO is a Bona-Fide Military Alliance, not a Socio-Political Private Club

http://www.hellenicnews.com/readnews.html?newsid=13940&lang=US By Marcus A. Templar In my essay “Skopje Contributes to its Own Instability”[1] I had argued that the problem in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (the FYROM) is the Slavic majority of the country that monopolizes the government and all institutions, disregarding its 35% minority of Albanians, let alone all others.  Instead of acting on facts, they have […]

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The Identity of Macedonia

The Identity of Macedonia

According to Article 2 of UNESCO’s Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity, “it is essential to ensure harmonious interaction among people and groups with plural, varied and dynamic cultural identities”. 5 million people live in the modern region of Macedonia, and more than half of them have a Greek national identity, along with their Macedonian cultural identity, due to their Hellenic […]

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Encyclopaedia Britannica 1824 – The People of Greece

Encyclopaedia Britannica 1824 – The People of Greece

Some interesting notes from a very early synopsis of Greece in 1824 ( including Macedonia, Thessaly, Epirus, and the islands): 1: The population of Greece was composed of chiefly three races: Greeks, Albanians, and Turks, with a smaller number of Vlachs, Jews, and Armenians. 2: Turks formed only about 10% of Greece (and Albania) outside Macedonia and Thessaly. 3: Albanian […]

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Cambridge Modern History of 1910 – Greeks and Bulgarians in Macedonia

Cambridge Modern History of 1910 – Greeks and Bulgarians in Macedonia

In Macedonia you could find Greeks, Bulgarians,  Vlachs, Turks, Albanians, Serbs…… No mention of a separate “Macedonian” group in 1910. Interesting points: * During a large part of its history, Macedonia has been entirely Greek * Greeks regarded the newer nationalities as upstarts that had NO rights over the land of Alexander the Great! * Macedonia was redeemed to the […]

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Ottoman Archives: There is no “Macedonian” Nation

Ottoman Archives: There is no “Macedonian” Nation

In the Turkish Institute of Ottoman Studies, there is a unique document which mentions all the non-muslim Nations during Ottoman era. Naturally the pseudomacedonians are nowhere to be found!!! http://www.osmanli.org.tr/dosyaara.php?bolum=4&id=264 «Gayr-ı Müslimlerin etnik olarak dağılımı ise şöyledir; Rumlar, Yunanlılar, Bulgarlar, Pomaklar, Sırplar, Hırvatlar, Karadağlılar, Bosnalılar, Arnavutlar, Macarlar, Polonyalılar, Çingeneler, Ermeniler, Gürcüler, Süryaniler, Kildaniler, Araplar (Maruni, Melkit vs), Yahudiler, Romenler, Türkler […]

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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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Ivanov’s Mathematics Delays Ohrid Accord Implementation for 20 Years

Ivanov’s Mathematics Delays Ohrid Accord Implementation for 20 Years

By Anila Limani According to [FYR]Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov, the Oher accord will be fully implemented when the country’s GDP has doubled in value — in other words – in 20 years’ time.    “Full implementation of the Oher agreement is a condition for [FYR]Macedonia’s European future, but it costs a lot of money.  Its implementation costs quite a lot; […]

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