Post Tagged with: "Pseudomacedonian"

Pseudomacedonian Themes From The Towns Of Struga And Ohrid

Pseudomacedonian Themes From The Towns Of Struga And Ohrid

Images taken this week from Struga and Ohrid. The items presented here provide the fact that Pseudomacedonian artifacts are not endemic in the city of Skoplje only. Struga: Pseudomacedonian (and Che Guevara!) souvenir-shop, driving school on whose “Yugo” car the ‘numismatist’ firm name „Статер“(“Stater”) stands, Electric systems & components store “Solun” (“Thessaloniki”). —————- Ohrid (“Paskoland”): Pseudomacedonians sport items store on […]

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Pseudomace​donian Sport Fans Are Cheering An Anti-Greek Expansioni​st Song On TV Broadcast, Skoplje, 27-I-2012

Email from Reader Pseudomacedonian handball fans are cheering at video broadcast of handball match between Slovenia and FYROM, by singing the “Go boy out on balcony…” Anti-Greek expansionist cheering songs and using the symbol of ancient Greek Macedonians, the Sun of Vergina. Скопље - Skoplje, 27-I-2012 Video on Youtube (2 minutes):

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Critique of a Kitsch Public Building Project Representative of Pseudomacedonian Fascist Aspirations

A critical presentation of the new public building in Skoplje’s city center, claimed by its architect as being based on Ancient Macedonian imperial architecture.

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A New Wave of Pseudomacedonian Historical Revisionism (TV Alfa report) [16-VI-2009]

The new high-level, authoritative publication of the FYROMian “Institute for National History“, the “History of the Macedonian People“, subsidized by the Government of VMRO-DPMNE, tries to change history with a fake claim, among others, that the predominant element participating in the formation of modern-day “Makedontzi” was the Ancient Macedonian entity. (TV Alfa)

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Robert Marquand and Pat Murphy of “Christian Science Monitor” about the Pseudomacedonian ideology in the context of 2009 Presidential and local elections in FYROM (audio)

Robert Marquand and Pat Murphy of “Christian Science Monitor” about the Pseudomacedonian ideology in the context of 2009 Presidential and local elections in FYROM (audio):

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