The Macedonia(n) Issue

As I said on my intro post the purpose of this blog is to expose the Slavic lies and propaganda. But to do that I need evidence to convince  you. Here, in the English version of the site, I’ll post proofs and evidence. Below is a (small for now) list with them. Have a nice reading :)

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The Macedonian Issue – A perilipsis of the matter (Or open in a new window here)
Greek DNA (Or open in a new window here)

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  1. Makedonec
    11/01/2013 at 1:15 am

    Obsessed with ancient history. The only thing the greeks have to offer. Macedonia is not only the ancient land of Alexander. It’s also the medieval region with red-black-yellow colors. Even If Alexander was greek (not), you must accept the fact that trough time Macedonia has become a new land, independent from Greece.

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    • 11/01/2013 at 4:32 pm

      1) UN-fortunately I’m not obsessed as much as I would like too (I believe it’s a shame but…)

      2) Greeks offered everything to Europe. If you don’t know that, then you can’t recognize the pros and cons. Imagine… how your life would be, without any philosophy, physics, math, structure, astronomy, architecture…???

      Conclusion: Of course I’m proud about my ancestor’s past. But, would you like to use “obsessed” instead of “proud”? Ok let’s do it. So? Why not? Do you know what it feels to be SOMEONE? Especially if this “someone” has this kind of legacy? If it’s not so important as you imply then why do you need Alexander? Is it a disgrace to be a Slav? Why?

      3) Today YOU personally live in a house. Do you know why? Because this is YOUR house. Do you know why? Because this is your mother’s house. Do you know why? Because one of her ancestors established his house there. Do you know HOW he managed to do that? Because GREEKS gave their permission to your ancestors, Slavs, to occupy THEIR land. Are you aware of Constantinople’s edict about your, Slavic, occupation to the Balkans AFTER the 6th century?

      4) HOW on earth Alexander the Great is not Greek when he:
      – Said: “I’m Greek”? https://macedonianancestry.wordpress.com/2012/11/19/alexander-the-great-was-not-greek-slavs-say-im-greek-alexander-said-which-one-would-you-tend-to-believe/

      – He spoke Greek?
      – His father was Greek?
      – His mother was Greek?

      5) Indeed today you have no good relations with Greeks. But do you know why? Do you know that after the 6th century and for almost 13 centuries you where friends with us? Do you know that your grandfather “remembered” that he is a “Macedonian” only after he realized what it means to be a “Macedonian”?

      Anyway… I know that I’m not going to convince you. Your country already managed to bring enough “evidence” to convince its citizens about their “Macedonian rights”. BUT if you are a honest person you will at least think what I said above. If you have an answer about these questions then I’ll be happy to hear them…

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  2. 19/05/2015 at 7:26 am

    I’m Slavic American, but I’ve always been taught Alexander the Great was a king of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia. In fact as a child, Alexander was tutored by the Greek philosopher Aristotle.

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    • 20/05/2015 at 1:09 am

      Dear Nike
      Thank you very much for your comment. It’s always good to hear from a person who, though someone can easily mistook him as a part of “the enemy” since you are a half Slav, says the same things as you “the bad Greek who wants to steal the great Macedonian history” as many kids from modern pseudo-Macedonia believe. Your comment from the other side of the planet is a proof that something fishy is going on in the small Balkan country above Greece since they believe the opposite. Yes, you’re right, Alexander the Great was Greek, as his name, his language, his teacher, his birthrights, his religion, his parents, his beliefs, his customs, etc. Thank you very much for saying it.

      PS: Did you know that “Nike” is a Greek name/word?

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