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Welcome to the MacedonianAncectry blog – Two words about this blog

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Alexander the Great

As stated by Kiro Gligorov, first President of FYROM: “We are Slavs who came to this area in the sixth century (AD)… we are not descendants of the ancient Macedonians. Serious historians are laughing with what has been happening in my country. At the rate we are going, we will say we are direct descendants of Adam and Eve and Paradise will be proven to be “Macedonian” and thus ours.

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Welcome to MacedonianAncestry blog! This blog is dedicated to explain the “Macedonia issue” a political problem between Greeks, a nation which lives in the same land from the beginning of their history (i.e for the at least 11.000 years B.C), and Vardarska, (also known as F.Y.R.O.M) a small Slavic nation who came to the Haemus Peninsula (the Balkans) after the 5th century A.D, and borders also with Albania, Kosovo, Serbia & Bulgaria except Greece.

The “Macedonia issue” is already more than a 100 years old. The confusion about it began as a political game between, Russia, Austria, Great Britain and some ex Yugoslavian countries, like Serbia, Bosnia, Herzegovina and Montenegro. Their goal was to steal the Greek territory, not just to Pan-Slavish the Balkans but also to gain from their trade. So, since then, they’re spreading a propaganda full of lies about many things, like Alexander the Great’s ancestry, or Macedonia is not Greek etc.

Personally, when I created this blog almost 2 years ago, I had in mind to have a neutral behavior about the Macedonian issue even though I knew very well that F.Y.R.O.M-ians were wrong about the matter. But now, almost 2 years later, I realized that this “neutral attitude” idea was a part of my utopia dream. They don’t wanna hear, they don’t want to learn the truth and certainly they don’t want to be friends with us. I realized that they are just puppets under their “Macedonia is ours” propaganda and certainly are fanatics who claim impudently their “rights” about a foreign territory which belongs to the Greeks more than a 11.000 years now. And no, I certainly don’t want to insult them by calling them “puppets”. But when someone has the chance to search and teach himself about something but he refuses to do it because “he is right” then how can I call them when they support their faulty government which lies to them? I asked many times people from Vardarska to give me some proofs about their beliefs. No ONE even tried. NO ONE. Just insults and bad language without any critical thought. I never realized why they have this attitude.

So, now, after many tries my attitude has changed. Today I want to reveal their lies. It’s time to realize the efforts of their deeds. Today, the purpose of this blog is to prove by irrefutable historical evidence their lies and propaganda. Unfortunately for them, history and civilization never lies. Macedonia is Greek! And if someone thinks otherwise, I’m here to listen. I’m waiting for your proofs.

UPDATE: By “proofs” I mean historical evidence, like texts, coins, statues e.t.c. Comments which include insults or bad behavior will be deleted automatically without warning.

MACEDONIA IS IN GREECE AND IS NOT NEGOTIABLE!

By: Admin

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  1. 27/12/2014 at 2:06 pm
    • 27/12/2014 at 5:43 pm

      Indeed; This video is amazing! Thanks for sharing :)

      PS: Not only amazing, but also suitable to be in the first page too! I’ll add it (embed it) in the post above. I don’t want to have it in the comments only. Thanks again for the suggestion

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  2. 26/05/2016 at 8:44 am

    oh hi! such a great post! I too see the attempted recognition of the ‘slavs’ who are attempting to create some sort of fake recognition! i have so much respect for the greeks. especially with their history. no one can deny this. we owe it so much to you(assuming you are Greek) and for this personally i thank you. these thieves in the FYROM are attempting to gain this recognition only as your people are weakened by outsiders. slavery by way of debt is not a nice way to live. i remember when i was younger your people were close with the thieves. dancing, drinking together. while i watched i wondered “did these people even realise that this slavic colonizer came as only to steal what was not theirs, in our lands!” i am not greek and neither are the slavs. this i am totally sure of. with this know that i am with you and fight side by side as once i am sure our ancestors fought for centuries against not only the ottoman hoards but the slavic invaders. i will comment on the other posts if i have an opinion of my own which may or may not mean much as i am not Greek(I have to use a translator) . i stand with greece always! be well.

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    • 26/05/2016 at 11:31 pm

      Hello friend and thank you for the post. To tell you the truth I didn’t expect to find a non-Greek person who loves Greece as much as I am, a Greek. Thank you very much for your support. Your words are like an oasis in the hot desert. Thank you!

      Now, I don’t want to disappoint you in any way but I’d like to say to you a few things.
      I created my blog almost 5 years ago. When I did I knew almost nothing about the Macedonia issue because, we, Greeks, are under an educational attack for almost 4 decades now and no one knows any Greek stuff in Greece. Every little part that constitutes an identity, e.g language, history etc are under attack. To understand better the situation this is what Henry Kissinger said about the Greeks some decades ago: “The Greek people are anarchic and difficult to tame. For this reason we must strike deep into their cultural roots: Perhaps then we can force them to conform. I mean, of course, to strike at their language, their religion, their cultural and historical reserves, so that we can neutralize their ability to develop, to distinguish themselves, or to prevail; thereby removing them as an obstacle to our strategically vital plans in the Balkans, the Mediterranean, and the Middle East”. And this tactic has the expected results. That’s why we are “dancing” and “drinking together” as you said. Because Greeks don’t know any history so they have no objectiosn to act like carefree and normal Europeans instead of Greek proud people against the enemy.

      Due to this and as far as it concerns my blog, when I want to write an article I have to search, read and crosscheck every little detail before I can actually submit one. And that needs time. That’s why it take me weeks or even months from the one article to the next. And this is one reason as to why in the mean time I submit other GENERALLY Greek related content from other blogs (e.g linguistic stuff) since not only I’m trying to teach the Greek people about the Greek stuff, but because I don’t want my blog to be abandoned. (Then who would read my Macedonian issue related content?) Unfortunately I can’t reblog any related stuff about the Macedonian issue since I’m one of the extreme few people in Greece that has a concern about it, so I have no content to put from other blogs. That’s why sometimes my posts may seem totally off (e.g why the war in Syria is even related with the Macedonian issue?) even though are not. The Macedonia issue is a geo-political game that began due to the negative results Russia had after the Crimean war (1853-1856) that’s why I’m interest in the current geo-political Greek-Russian relationship. I’m telling you this because I don’t want you to be disappointed about “how” or “why” did I “chance” the thematology of the blog. My main goal was and is the Macedonian issue.

      Anyway I hope to never disappoint you about my blog. Right now the Macedonian issue related content is unfortunately only a 10-20% of the rest of the content and again unfortunately I’m only one person but I’m trying and I don’t intent to stop. And of course I can’t stop when I know that some non-Greek people have a concern about the Greek matters. And I would like to thank you again for this concern.

      Thank you :)

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      • 27/05/2016 at 1:02 am

        I doubt very much you would disappoint me with the related issues your people faced and are facing. For me honestly it is more complacency and not really education. Which Greek would of ever thought the pillar of history would be attacked in such a way.

        I say i understand because i not only have Albanian roots but my fathers village lies within the border of FYROM and Greece, only one small mountain divides the two. Being born in a English country I had the pleasure of being brought up thinking the world was a good place and had never met a Slav until I went to dads village. I was not use to the Slavic rule they had placed on the people. Obviously different rules applied if you were Slavic to the rest. Such corruption I had never encountered. I was there when Yugoslavia pulled out. Took everything and for the first time the Albanians had the upper hand. At least they had food as majority did not have Slavic cousins who would ensure employment by the government.

        Now please understand I am Australian and look at this in a very different way to someone who lives there. I am aware that you people are and have been attacked many times and it is not letting up. Do the Albanians play a part in this…the Macedonian recognition… I assure doubt it but perhaps you have knowledge of this.

        It is the bickering between the Albanians and the Greeks I actually despise. If anything our differences are quite silly at times. For example: here in Australia I came across a young Greek woman, born here which in two months she would depart to marry her Greek husband. Not knowing my background I asked her how it was there in Greece. She told me it was bad because the Albanians were taking their jobs. Having the knowledge already I was cautious and asked her a simple question. Who was actually employing this cheaper labor… was it the Albanians who held businesses there or the Greeks who had the businesses there… she didn’t know how to answer as:

        1) She was not entirely sure and
        2) She knew it was the Greek business owners who owned the businesses and only interest was to make money.

        I knew many teenagers who worked for then 30DM a month in Greece ~ illegally of course. So the laws were relaxed (Albanian) and the people of Albania were content with the ‘better’ wages they received from their governments jumping borders and working in Greece employed by Greeks as cheaper labour instead of their own people. This I witnessed. In FYROM they were considered scum! Terrorists. Illegal aliens even… well sorry even I know where the Slavs came from.

        We the Albanians might have our differences which I feel should be put away as we fight the same enemy. In saying this also the enemy came to us during the Kosovo war and still remains today. I am talking of the Zionists entrenched now it seems. I trust my people know what they are doing but also fear they do not realize the danger of siding with the zionists. Being Australian and treated like a second class citizen there made me aware of why this was. Because they were the invaders/colonizer and had to make sure we knew who was in control. When the factories shut and left this made me happy. Wages were not paid. Good. We farmed and had food. Money was not needed. But still the relentless oppression continued as remaining in power and creating this illusion of control was of most importance. So you see this is why not only i support you but also I am a kind humanitarian who understands fully now the dealings of not only the Slavs but all events the elite are creating to bring about some new monetary system in which we still will remain slaves by way of debt to these oligarchs.

        I have many Greek friends here. They have always treated me with respect and never once was the topic of land loss between the Greeks and Albanians. You are not Slav and neither are we. You are not Albanian and we also are not Greek. As far as I know we are of the land we live in now. Not migrated as the Slavs and the ottoman invaders did. Are we not? When I read of Greeks and Albanians debate over silly issues this makes my blood boil knowing what goes on behind the scene now. You are in danger and you know it. I give you my hand for at least trying to help your people.

        I fear the worst. Many of my Greek friends I spoke to here told me that they would go broke and that would be the end of it. I assured them the Zionists would not let that happen as then all other nations which were enslaved in this way or by this tool would follow suit; and it wasn’t up to them anyway; it was upto the amount of money that was going to be paid to the corrupt leaders who had the final say. And look what happened? Negotiations… I would of burned them alive on a stick but I was right and somehow money took over nationality, history and cultures that has stood over thousands of years. Disgusting! The people need to rise and take over while they can. The corporate snake shows no mercy. In a way the Slavs are in a position where the Albanians have it over them now being backed by America and its masters the Zionists. Don’t think for a minute that the Slavs of FYROM have any influence. This is why they race to ‘find’ or create recognition! And unfortunately Greece history is a target. If you bow down to the demands of your slaves masters this will only weaken your country and eventually the aim is to own you as you most probably know by now. Where I stand on this. The Slavic migrants are thieves, liars and murderers! They have no part in FYROM and should be taught how it feels to be a second class citizen as we were and still are. These lands have history of many troubles but the thievery of identity is where I draw the line. I cannot believe they have gone this far. I am shocked! So you understand why I support you. It is not for personal gain as having Albanian blood. It is actually knowing who these people really are. Russians! If you would like to ask me any questions I would be more than happy to answer them truthfully. I would also like to ask questions especially about my fathers village and any of the history of the lands disputed or not!

        Perhaps your thoughts are different now that you know why I am here. Please remember I am Australian born having lived all my life here and only traveled to my fathers village for lengthy holidays. I have only been to Greece twice. Once to Thessaloniki and once I jumped the mountain to the Greece side as curiosity gave way at the time. Holding a blue passport certain fears are only short lived so why not take the risk. I am being truthful and quite blunt at times as this shows the true me. I fight on many fronts as the face of the elite is like a charlatan where it creates chaos and anarchy throughout many lands as we are aware of now. For me I want to unite the people and show we all have a common enemy and this particular one at hand it seems we can relate to! My efforts to obtain documents from the Slavs was fruitless. My history is important as your is also shown here. One thing I can say as an Australian born Albanian is that because of religion we understand that it comes second and nationality and identity comes first always. Before the ottomans we were not muslim. This I learnt and as a nation we have this in our memories. I am not religious. Religion is used as a tool for control. If it were not then we would not have labels on religion as we see now like Christianity, Islam, Catholic etc. If I was to be asked which label of religion i follow and if I had to make a choice I would of course choose the God of good! Thank you for your kind welcoming here. As mentioned I am here to help in any way I can so don’t hesitate to ask me for help especially if I can learn something and share it with others along the way. Someone is destroying history and I don’t like it. The corporate snake is evolving at such a pace I can only foresee worse suffering. Do not be the poison that feeds the snake that kills us.

        Be well

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        • 28/05/2016 at 8:52 pm

          Hello again my friend. Your post was very big and you covered almost everything of what I wanted to say. Yes, I know very well what you mean. Dirty people who have the power turn our lives into living hell just for their own personal and selfish interests no matter the country. For example Greece is suffering from an economical crisis, Fyrom from a pseudo-identity crisis, Albania from a lunatic-identity crisis (some Albanians believe that their country must conquer Greece and take “back” their country, etc.) You can’t avoid corruption in our days. Only knowledge and ethics can bring peace to the world. But who has the power to do it? Everyone who has power is corrupted… Damn… no wonder why this world sucks…

          PS: Forgive me for editing a little bit your post and adding paragraphs but it was difficult to read otherwise.

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  3. 05/09/2016 at 10:15 pm

    Thanks for the videos. Still downloading.. :) Cheers!

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  4. 24/06/2017 at 10:16 pm

    Saved the Macedonian people, as well as the Hellenic, vs Islamic pollution; both religious and racial suffered for centuries.

    Sometimes were themselves Greeks and Macedonians that inferior numerical, in battles, took refuge in the mountains. Many others requested assistance to the Kings of Spain, since prior to Isabel the Catholic times, support continued with Carlos V (Holy Roman Emperor) of the Spanish Empire. So much so, that this King reviewed from Austria to southern Greece and surrounding areas cutting heads of tens of thousands of Ottomans.

    Interesting site. Thank you.

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    • 12/07/2017 at 4:34 am

      Hello friend.
      First of all I want to apologize for not approving your comment earlier but I didn’t notice it.

      Secondly, yes I agree about the barbaric behavior of the Ottomans. Europe suffered a lot from them for centuries not just some years or even some decades. It’s amazing that modern Europeans have the “poor refugees” idea when they know (or not?) what their own people suffered from them. I don’t understand. Don’t they realize the bad conditions they bring themselves into, by accepting uncivilized behaviors? I simply don’t understand them…

      Thirdly. You said “the Macedonian people, as well as the Hellenic…”. Well. I’m a little bit confused here. My blog is trying to explain to unfamiliar people that Macedonians are Greeks and that the modern State of a neighboring country which Greeks call them “Skopians” (from their capital-city, Skopje) are trying to usurp the Greek history and civilization by calling themselves “Macedonians” whilst they have Slavic ancestry and not Greek. So what exactly do you mean? May I suppose that you wanted to say something else but you did a mistake? Maybe you didn’t read the perilipsis (summary) of the matter which explains the 5W’s of the case? If you want, or if you have any doubts, you can read it here:
      https://macedonianancestry.wordpress.com/english-version/the-macedonian-issue-a-perilipsis-of-the-matter/

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  1. 09/11/2017 at 12:43 pm

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