Post Tagged with: "slavic"

Branko Geroski Criticizes the Dogmatism of FYROMian Government [16-IV-2009]

Branko Geroski, editor-in-chief of “Sega” weekly, attacks the stubborn lack of desire by the Government of FYROM to find a compromise solution in the name dispute between Skoplje and Athens.

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President-Elect of FYROM, Đorđe Ivanov, Lashes Out at Journalists [13-IV-2009]

April 13, 2009 — FYROMian President-Elect Đorđe Ivanov meets with DUI leader Ali Ahmeti to negotiate future political strategies. At the contact with the press, Ivanov – visibly distressed – addressed journalist about the name dispute with Greece with а quite caustic tone.

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Antifascist, Anti-VMRO Demonstrations by Liberal Youth in Skoplje [11-IV-2009]

A display of opposition by antifascist youth composed of moderate, centrist, liberal and libertarian intellectuals in defiance of Pseudomacedonian fascist policies of the regime of VMRO-DPMNE.

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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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Ψυχιατρεία για διαφωνούντες «αλά Σκόπια»

Ψυχιατρεία για διαφωνούντες «αλά Σκόπια»

Του ΤΑΣΟΥ ΤΣΑΚΙΡΟΓΛΟΥ  Τα ψυχιατρεία για διαφωνούντες ξαναζούν στα Σκόπια; Σύμφωνα με καταγγελίες, αυτή την τύχη έχει ένας από τους επικριτές της κυβέρνησης Γκρούεφσκι και ιδρυτής του Σλαβικού Φιλελληνικού Δικτύου: Στο τέλος Ιανουαρίου αστυνομικοί εισέβαλαν στο διαμέρισμα του 30χρονου αρχαιολόγου Βάσκο Γκλιγκόροφ και τον οδήγησαν σε άγνωστο προορισμό. *Το θέμα έγινε γνωστό στην Ελλάδα μέσω προσώπων από τη Θεσσαλονίκη με […]

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The Greeks of Macedonia in Slavic Sources

The Greeks of Macedonia in Slavic Sources

One of the common Myths of FYROM’s propaganda imposed on their population is the notion that there were NO Greeks prior to the establisment of the Kingdom of Greece (Βασίλειο των Ελλήνων) in the aftermath of the Greek revolution of 1821. More absurb theories emanating mostly by the radical groups of FYROM’s diaspora claim that Greeks were NEVER found in Macedonia prior to […]

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A light of Hope – The “Slavic Philhellenic Network” has been established in Skopje

A light of Hope – The “Slavic Philhellenic Network” has been established in Skopje

As we were informed, it has been established in Skopje the “Slavic Philhellenic Network”. The registration in court was done yesterday. The aims of the operation “Vardar-Axios” shall be: 1. Restitution of the Slavic identity of FYROM 2. Creation, promoting and archiving publications regarding Greek culture 3. Sponsorship of Classic and Byzantine studies 4. Struggle against Pseudomacedonism This organization has […]

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Mark Mazower, Salonica City of Ghosts

Mark Mazower, Salonica City of Ghosts

Quote: Meanwhile, in Salonica itself, a militant new organization was incubating: in November 1893 the ‘Bulgarian MacedoAdrianopolitan Revolutionary Committee’ was founded by a group of men reared on the ideas of Russian anarchism, and proclaimed open to any who wished to fight for liberation from the Turks and autonomy for Macedonia. Sofia-based activists regarded it with suspicion and did not […]

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Encyclopaedia Britannica 2007 edition

Some really interesting quotes on FYROM, Makedonia, Alexander…etc from Encyclopaedia Britannica 2007 edition. Quote: The people Ethnicity and language Macedonia has inherited a complex ethnic structure. The largest group, calling themselves Macedonians (about two-thirds of the population), are descendants of Slavic tribes that moved into the region between the 6th and 8th centuries AD. Their language is very closely related […]

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