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  • Mikail
    Senior Member
    • Sep 2008
    • 1338

    Attack by the Pan-Mak Lavouti

    This advertisement was placed in The Australian on Friday 29 August 2008. This is The prosfyges reply to the protest we held on 24 May 2008


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    From the village of Pípezhani, Tashko Popov, Dimitar Popov-Skenderov and Todor Trpenov were beaten and sentenced to 12 years prison. Pavle Mevchev and Atanas Popov from Vrbeni and Boreshnica joined them in early 1927, they were soon after transferred to Kozhani and executed. As they were leaving Lerin they were heard to shout "With our death, Macedonia will not be lost. Our blood will run, but other Macedonians will rise from it"
    From the village of Pípezhani, Tashko Popov, Dimitar Popov-Skenderov and Todor Trpenov were beaten and sentenced to 12 years prison. Pavle Mevchev and Atanas Popov from Vrbeni and Boreshnica joined them in early 1927, they were soon after transferred to Kozhani and executed. As they were leaving Lerin they were heard to shout "With our death, Macedonia will not be lost. Our blood will run, but other Macedonians will rise from it"
  • Risto the Great
    Senior Member
    • Sep 2008
    • 15660

    #2
    Thanks Mikail (welcome BTW),
    What is an "indige-Greek-Macedonian"?

    On the other hand they call us Skopje sometimes and FYROM other times.

    Northern Greece is the most populous part of Greece. Why is that Greeks? And are the transplanted people more Macedonian than the natives of Macedonia?

    Every paragraph can be shot down. Is the world interested enough in the Macedonian message for it to matte? We Macedonians will do our best to ensure it will matter.
    Risto the Great
    MACEDONIA:ANHEDONIA
    "Holding my breath for the revolution."

    Hey, I wrote a bestseller. Check it out: www.ren-shen.com

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    • Mikail
      Senior Member
      • Sep 2008
      • 1338

      #3
      Hi Risto, Nice to be here.

      What is an "indige-Greek-Macedonian"?

      This would be a refugee from Asia Minor If we look at the history of the reign of Venizelos, we will find that he went searching the Arab World for Orthodox Christians. He declared these Christians "Greek by genus" due to their faith and had these people shipped to our lands.

      Today, these Arabic Christians declare themselves to be Macedonian. These same Arabs deny our existence and claim our culture, our history and our mother land as their own.

      Funny isn't it?
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      From the village of Pípezhani, Tashko Popov, Dimitar Popov-Skenderov and Todor Trpenov were beaten and sentenced to 12 years prison. Pavle Mevchev and Atanas Popov from Vrbeni and Boreshnica joined them in early 1927, they were soon after transferred to Kozhani and executed. As they were leaving Lerin they were heard to shout "With our death, Macedonia will not be lost. Our blood will run, but other Macedonians will rise from it"
      From the village of Pípezhani, Tashko Popov, Dimitar Popov-Skenderov and Todor Trpenov were beaten and sentenced to 12 years prison. Pavle Mevchev and Atanas Popov from Vrbeni and Boreshnica joined them in early 1927, they were soon after transferred to Kozhani and executed. As they were leaving Lerin they were heard to shout "With our death, Macedonia will not be lost. Our blood will run, but other Macedonians will rise from it"

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      • pelagonia
        Junior Member
        • Sep 2008
        • 24

        #4
        HAHAHA this is a joke. Dobar grk e umren grk!
        ''The figures of SS. Kiril and Metodi, and St. Clement and St. Naum of Ohrid are shining examples to the sons of Macedonia, whom a glorious future awaits on the day that Macedonia, united and free, takes her place as a member with equal rights of the family of the Balkan peoples." Krste Petkov Misirkov, 1913.

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        • Makedonia
          Banned
          • Sep 2008
          • 76

          #5
          Why does the banner say Solun and not Thessaloniki?

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          • Orovnichanec
            Member
            • Sep 2008
            • 410

            #6
            The ethnic Macedonian and correct way of the cities name.
            "Oh, Macedonians! It is time we realized that the greatest demon Macedonia must battle against is none other than Bulgaria" - Krste Petkov Misirkov

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            • Makedonia
              Banned
              • Sep 2008
              • 76

              #7
              Originally posted by Krste Misirkov View Post
              The ethnic Macedonian and correct way of the cities name.
              Correct way

              Interesting article though.

              It does raise many informative points that the neutral reader can research.

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              • Daskalot
                Senior Member
                • Sep 2008
                • 4345

                #8
                Originally posted by Makedonia View Post
                Why does the banner say Solun and not Thessaloniki?
                Good question, why is that, what would your answer be?

                When you are at it, why is Florina called Florina because it is not the correct Ancient form of the name.......
                Macedonian Truth Organisation

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                • Makedonia
                  Banned
                  • Sep 2008
                  • 76

                  #9
                  Originally posted by Daskalot View Post
                  Good question, why is that, what would your answer be?

                  When you are at it, why is Florina called Florina because it is not the correct Ancient form of the name.......
                  I think Solun is Turkish/Bulgarian in origin, Thessaloniki is Hellenic.

                  As for Florina, the ancient name was Chlerinon.

                  Just like Bitola was known as Monastirion.

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                  • Orovnichanec
                    Member
                    • Sep 2008
                    • 410

                    #10
                    How is Solun of Bulgarian origin?
                    "Oh, Macedonians! It is time we realized that the greatest demon Macedonia must battle against is none other than Bulgaria" - Krste Petkov Misirkov

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                    • Makedonia
                      Banned
                      • Sep 2008
                      • 76

                      #11
                      Originally posted by Krste Misirkov View Post
                      How is Solun of Bulgarian origin?
                      Thats what the article says.

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                      • Orovnichanec
                        Member
                        • Sep 2008
                        • 410

                        #12
                        Your Greek, it's from one of your guy's organizations. Can't you tell me why?
                        "Oh, Macedonians! It is time we realized that the greatest demon Macedonia must battle against is none other than Bulgaria" - Krste Petkov Misirkov

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                        • Makedonia
                          Banned
                          • Sep 2008
                          • 76

                          #13
                          The bible says Thessaloniki and Thessalonians.

                          King Cassander named the city Thessaloniki after his wife.

                          Where did Solun come from if it is not Turkish or Bulgarian?

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                          • Daskalot
                            Senior Member
                            • Sep 2008
                            • 4345

                            #14
                            Originally posted by Makedonia View Post
                            #1 I think Solun is Turkish/Bulgarian in origin, Thessaloniki is Hellenic.

                            #2 As for Florina, the ancient name was Chlerinon.

                            #3 Just like Bitola was known as Monastirion.
                            #1 Good that you tells us what you think, Thessaloniki evolved over the millenias that went by, it became Solun with time, the Turks called it Selanik, Westerners called it Salonica, by the way many Romeoi called the city and they still do to this day, Salonika, so you see the name Solun is in no way a new name or Bulgar or Turkish, it is calle language evolution and it happens in all languages, Solun is true to the Ancient Macedonian name of Thessaloniki, the domination over the Thessalians.

                            #2 Good you know your history, so why in the whole world arent you Greeks renaming the city to just that, but instead stick with the Latinisation of the same name?
                            At least we Macedonians stay true to the name as we do with Solun, Lerin is just the short form of chLERINon.

                            #3 Wrong, Bitola was not known as Monastirion/Monastiri/Monastir/Manastir until the Ottomans entered the Balkans, why else can you still find the beautiful city of Monastir in Tunisia, what connects both cities, Greeks or Ottomans....... I would say Ottomans with a very high probability.
                            Macedonian Truth Organisation

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                            • Makedonia
                              Banned
                              • Sep 2008
                              • 76

                              #15
                              Originally posted by Daskalot View Post
                              #3 Wrong, Bitola was not known as Monastirion/Monastiri/Monastir/Manastir until the Ottomans entered the Balkans, why else can you still find the beautiful city of Monastir in Tunisia, what connects both cities, Greeks or Ottomans....... I would say Ottomans with a very high probability.
                              Lets not forget about the name Heraclea Lyncestis, which would tie it to Hellenic origins would it not?
                              Last edited by Makedonia; 09-04-2008, 03:33 PM.

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