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RADKO Association regarding FYROM – Bulgarian population is subjected to repressions, police persecution and harassment, discrimination and genocide

RADKO Association regarding FYROM – Bulgarian population is subjected to repressions, police persecution and harassment, discrimination and genocide

The Association of Bulgarians in FYROM, RADKO,  released yesterday a declaration on the case of Spaska Mitreva, a member of the Association, according to  the e-paper Inpress in FYROM. The declaration by Radko Association, as quoted by Inpress reports: “We, Bulgarians, have no need for Macedonia to be called the Republic of Macedonia, while the Bulgarian population is subjected to repressions, police persecution […]

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8 May 1888 – Pall Mall Gazette about the Population of Macedonia

8 May 1888 – Pall Mall Gazette about the Population of Macedonia

By Christos P. The Pall Mall Gazette was an evening newspaper founded in London on 7 February 1865. It was owned by George Murray  Smith; its first editor was Frederick Greenwood. In 1921 The Globe merged into the Pall Mall Gazette, which itself was absorbed into the Evening Standard in 1923. In an article of 8th May, 1888 related to […]

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1908 Allen Upward – The Mythical character of the “Macedonian” Nationality

1908 Allen Upward – The Mythical character of the “Macedonian” Nationality

Allen Upward, “The East Europe..” 1908, pages 25-27 Points of Interest:  It was possibly with a view to some such result that Gladstone threw out the phrase “Macedonia for the Macedonians”, a phrase which, be it said with all respect, could not have been used by any man of impartiality and intelligence who possesed a first hand knowledge of the country. […]

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How the Lie was created – Bulgarians forced to renounce their Bulgarian identity and become “Macedonians”

How the Lie was created – Bulgarians forced to renounce their Bulgarian identity and become “Macedonians”

From the book “Ideologies and national identities” by John Lampe and Mark Mazower. – [..]In the Serbian part different ways for legal political activities were sought at first. The ruthless persecution of members and supporters of the Organizaiton as well as the terror imposed on those who declared themselves Bulgarians, forced IMRO to use the methods of armed resistance. […]Belgrade […]

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1920 North American Review – The Bulgarian Komitadjis
1913 – ‘The History of Nations’: The majority of Macedonian Slavs are of Bulgarian Race and Speech

1913 – ‘The History of Nations’: The majority of Macedonian Slavs are of Bulgarian Race and Speech

More evidence coming from Henry Lodge’s “the History of Nations” where it is stated explicitely the Slavs of Macedonia are either Bulgarians or Serbs. The distinction between them is a political one rather than a racial one. The population of Macedonia consisted of Bulgarians, Serbs, Turks, Greeks, Vlachs and Albanians. The fictitious concept of the alleged “ethnic Macedonians” was not found here […]

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British Foreign State Papers 1890-1891 – The Bulgarians of Macedonia

British Foreign State Papers 1890-1891 – The Bulgarians of Macedonia

We have already examined official documents from the United States Foreign Relations which exposed the ill-conceived lie of pseudo-Macedonism. A new blow to FYROM’s hideous propaganda comes from the British Foreign State Papers of 1890-1891. It’s explicitely proved in those documents that the Slavic population of Macedonia identified themselves solely as Bulgarians. Especially notice the 2nd document where the Slavs from the Macedonian […]

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FYROM: Albanian politician Thaci threatens new conflict

FYROM: Albanian politician Thaci threatens new conflict

Menduh Thaci, leader of the Democratic Party of Albanians, foresees renewed ethnic conflict between FYROMians and Albanians. Photo by BGNES If the agreement that was developed by the Democratic Party of Albanians (DPA) is not confirmed between FYROMians and Albanians, there will be neither a FYROMian nation, nor a FYROMian people. Menduh Thaci, leader of the DPA, announced this on […]

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Bulgarian Professor: “The ancient Macedonians are part of the Bulgarian history”

Bulgarian Professor: “The ancient Macedonians are part of the Bulgarian history”

  “The ancient Macedonians are part of the Bulgarian history”. These are the words of Associate Professor Plamen Pavlov, lecturer at the Veliko Tarnovo University of Sts. Cyril and Methodius, in interview to FOCUS News Agency.     Plamen Pavlov along with Lyudmnil Spasov had published a book entitled “Macedonia, Bulgarian land” where they promoted similar absurb claims connecting modern Bulgarians […]

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The Macedonian language and the name dispute between Greece and FYROM

The Macedonian language and the name dispute between Greece and FYROM

By Tymphaios In 1945, a committee set up by Yugoslav communist leader Josip Broz Tito invented for the first time an alphabet for the new “Macedonian” language. The official documents introducing the new alphabet and language were written in Bulgarian. Introduction of the “Macedonian” language in communist Yugoslavia in 1945. The document is written in the Bulgarian alphabet. It reads: […]

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