Post Tagged with: "macedonian"

Provocative Gesture by the So-Called “Army of Republic of Macedonia” [09-IV-2009]

Branko Crvenkovski receives a farewell gift from Lt. Gen. Miroslav Stojanovski – a statue representing soldier of Alexander the Great.

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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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Scientific Analysis of the Pella Curse Tablet by James L. O’Neil, (University of Sydney)

Scientific Analysis of the Pella Curse Tablet by James L. O’Neil, (University of Sydney)

  1. [ΘΕΤΙ]ΜΑΣ ΚΑΙ ΔΙΟΝΥΣΟΦΩΝΤΟΣ ΤΟ ΤΕΛΟΣ ΚΑΙ ΤΟΝ ΓΑΜΟΝ ΚΑΤΑΓΡΑΦΩ ΚΑΙ ΤΑΝ ΑΛΛΑΝ ΠΑΣΑΝ ΓΥ 2. [ΝΑΙΚ]ΩΝ ΚΑΙ ΧΗΡΑΝ ΚΑΙ ΠΑΡΘΕΝΩΝ ΜΑΛΙΣΤΑ ΔΕ ΘΕΤΙΜΑΣ ΚΑΙ ΠΑΡΚΑΤΤΙΘΕΜΑΙ ΜΑΚΡΩΝΙ ΚΑΙ 3. [ΤΟΙΣ] ΔΑΙΜΟΣΙ ΚΑΙ ΟΠΟΚΑ ΕΓΟ ΤΑΥΤΑ ΔΙΕΛΕΞΑΙΜΙ ΚΑΙ ΑΝΑΓΝΟΙΗΝ ΠΑΛLΙΝ ΑΝΟΡΟΞΑΣΑ 4. [ΤΟΚΑ] ΓΑΜΑΙ ΔΙΟΝΥΣΟΦΩΝΤΑ ΠΡΟΤΕΡΟΝ ΔΕ ΜΗ ΜΗ ΓΑΡ ΛΑΒΟΙ ΑΛΛΑΝ ΓΥΝΑΙΚΑ ΑΛΛ Η ΕΜΕ 5. [ΕΜΕ Δ]Ε ΣΥΝΚΑΤΑΓΗΡΑΣΑΙ […]

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NYTimes 1965 – The Yugoslav Propaganda in the artificial “Nation-building” of what is today’s FYROM
“Vergina Sun” or the “Rays of the Sun God” ?

“Vergina Sun” or the “Rays of the Sun God” ?

As I explain  in Vergina Sun…..a Pan-Hellenic Symbol the  “Macedonian Star” or “Sun of Vergina” is the continuation of the oldest ancient Greek symbol of the Sun. Helios, the sun god of the ancient Greeks, was usually represented riding a chariot which was drawn by four, often winged, horses . His chariot rose daily into the heavens from the east and after blazing […]

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Risto Stefov and the falsification of Ancient Macedonian History Part III

Risto Stefov and the falsification of Ancient Macedonian History Part III

Australian Macedonian Advisory Council November 18, 2008 The common definition of “taking text out of context” is to remove a passage from its surrounding matter in such a way as to distort its true meaning. In other words, a shorter extract or phrase is used purposedly in an attempt to represent the views of the person being quoted inaccurately. The […]

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The Greatest Collection of Macedonian Newspapers on the Web

The Greatest Collection of Macedonian Newspapers on the Web

The following collection of Macedonian Newspapers is what Skopjans hate most since it completely shatters their illusions that “Macedonia was a term forbidden in Greece” prior to 1988. Contrarily Macedonian Newspapers were in use  from 19th cent. even prior to the invention of the Skopjan fictitious “nationality”. Newspapers like: – Echo tis Makedonias – Dytiki Makedonia – Makedonikos Epinohr – […]

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Risto Stefov and the falsification of Ancient Macedonian History Part II

Risto Stefov and the falsification of Ancient Macedonian History Part II

Australian Macedonian Advisory Council November 08, 2008   A couple of days ago, in an article entitled ´Australian Macedonian Advisory Council and the falsification of Ancient Macedonian history Part 1″ signed by Risto Stefov http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/79623 , we had the opportunity to witness once more the same desperate attempts by the same author with compilations of isolated phrases from authors which […]

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MACEDONIAN STRUGGLE, THIRST FOR FREEDOM / ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΙΚΟΣ ΑΓΩΝΑΣ, ΔΙΨΑ ΕΛΕΥΘΕΡΙΑΣ

Ένα παλιό όμως επίκαιρο όσο ποτέ ντοκιμαντέρ για την αρχή του Μακεδονικού αγώνα. Οι αφηγήσεις και τα ιστορικά στοιχεία είναι τόσο λεπτομερή που κάνουν αυτό το έργο μοναδικό στο είδος του. Είναι ένα πειστήριο ότι ο αγώνας για την Μακεδονία εναντία σε Βούλγαρους και Τούρκους ήταν πραγματικά αγώνας για την απελευθέρωση της πατρίδος μας και αποδεικνύει περίτρανα ότι ποτέ δεν […]

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Risto Stefov and the falsification of Ancient Macedonian history

Risto Stefov and the falsification of Ancient Macedonian history

      Australian Macedonian Advisory Council October 29, 2008   Dear Editors,I feel obliged to write to you in order to express my deepest concern for the deliberate manipulation of well-evidenced historical events which is clearly reflected in the article “Most modern Greeks today believe the Ancient Macedonians were Greek” written by Mr. Risto Stefov. The specific article is […]

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