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Risto the Great 08-09-2009 10:17 PM

Macedonia and Bulgaria: Political Relations
 
[url]http://www.focus-fen.net/index.php?id=n190352[/url]

[QUOTE]Dnevnik newspaper cited statement of the Bulgarian minister of Bulgarians abroad Bozhidar Dimitrov made to Bulgaran media. The minister without portfolio noted in the statement t[B]here are about 1.4 mln Bulgarians in Macedonia but only about 30 to 40 have announced themselves Bulgarians due to Skopje’s authorities repression[/B].
“In my opinion if the attitude towards Bulgarians changes it is possible big part of this population to announce itself Bulgarian. We still do not have precise data about number of Bulgarians in Albania, Kosovo and even in Greece, where Bulgarians are Christians and Muslims, has not been assimilated and speaks Bulgarian,” Dimitrov said.[/QUOTE]

Seriously, these are fighting words.
Now is the time for Macedonia to sort these idiots out.

makedonin 08-10-2009 05:31 AM

He has to prove his words, and not just chant Bulgar Bulgar.

Chanting won't help changing the soaring reality for the Bulgarian government.

That is, NO BULGARIANS IN R. of MACEDONIA

I of Macedon 08-10-2009 06:31 AM

Yes one can see the true power of the Macedonian government to supress the "Bulgarian" identity of the Macedonians, even those scattered in large numbers throught out the world. :whistling:

Seriousely what the hell is the matter with these twisted sick fucks, do they honestly have nothing to do in Bulgaria - their more interested in Macedonia than their own fucked up country, is it the water they drink?

And this is an EU country!!! :6:

NikodimMKD 08-10-2009 09:13 AM

This is all part of Bulgarian irredentism and their plans for total annexation of the republic of Macedonia.

Jankovska 08-10-2009 11:56 AM

[QUOTE=NikodimMKD;21046]This is all part of Bulgarian irredentism and their plans for total annexation of the republic of Macedonia.[/QUOTE]


I guess it's good to have dreams as long as you are ok that some will never come true.

The LION will ROAR 08-10-2009 06:16 PM

So by Bozhidar Dimitrov Estimation....
And by my Calculations…?
Excluding all the minorities in Macedonia which leaves 1.4 Million who are repressed by Skopje....? WTF....
So every single person who say that are Macedonians are repressed by calling themselves Bulgarians…....
Oh maybe one person is repressing the whole nations..
Do anyone take this clown seriously..?

Message to BOZO Dimitrov thanks for your comments..just makes you look like a fool and for the rest of Bulgaria

Risto the Great 08-10-2009 07:16 PM

Anyone get the impression the Bulgarians are feeling a little left out compared to the Greeks lately?

Dejan 08-10-2009 08:13 PM

I don't know why the Macedonian media give him the time of day. Sounds like they must be bored over in tatar land

indigen 08-12-2009 09:23 PM

Bozhidar Dimitrov: Bulgarians' land of origin was in Altai [Mongolia]
 
Bozhidar Dimitrov: Bulgarians' land of origin was in the highland regions of Altai [Mongolia]
Extract from the book "Bulgaria Illustrated History"
by Bojidar Dimitrov

The origin and the homeland of the Bulgarian tribes have been an object of
both past and present study and research..The scarcity of clear and reliable
sources could hardly be expected to be made up for.

[QUOTE][B]There is still one fool-proof fact which is that the Bulgarians' land of
origin was in the highland regions of Altai in Siberia[/B].

[url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Altai,Tienschan-Orte.png[/url]

[B][COLOR="Red"]Their language is related to the so-called Turko-Altai group. In other
words, the Bulgarians belong to the same ethnolingual group as the Huns, the
Avars, the Pechenegs and the Cumans, i.e., the peoples, parts of which are
to flow into the Bulgarian nation between the 7th and 14th centuries.[/COLOR][/B][/QUOTE]

Extract from the book "Bulgaria Illustrated History" by Bojidar Dimitrov,
PhD.,
C Maria Nikolova, Translator
Published by BORIANA Publishing House, Sofia,Bulgaria

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EVE KAKVI BILE I OD KADE DOSHLE VISTINSKITE BOLGARI - TURKOMONGOLCI!

Some Altai links: [url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Altai_Mountains[/url]


[URL="http://www.centralasiatravel.com/images/map_mountains_central_asia_small.jpg"]The Altai Mountains of Mongolia, Kazakhstan and Russia[/URL]

Altai mountains are mostly in Mongolia, Kazakhstan and Russia, with some parts in North-Western China. The main sub-divisions of these mountains are Altai, Gobi Altai, and Mongol Altai. The highest ranges include the Katyun, and the Northern Chui and the Southern Chui range. The highest peak is Mt. Belukha, at 4506 metres. The northern steppe known as the Chui Steppe is spread between some ridges of lower Altai. The mountains constitute an important Asian watershed and are a source of some major Siberian rivers such as Ob, Irtysh and Yenisei. It might be mentioned here that there is a Chui valley in Kirgizia also, and that river Yenisei is the location of earliest Kyrgyz peoples. (There are several place names in Central Asia which repeat themselves. For example Aksai is a common place name in Tien-Shan, and Aksai-Chin is a portion of India in Kashmir. There is a Kyzyl in Russia, a Kyzyl Orda in the Kazakh steppe and a Kyzyl Kia too.) There are more than 3500 lakes in the Altai mountains, the big ones being Teletskoe and Marka-kol. There are many peaks higher than 4000 metres here. Minor rivers include Katuns, Chuya, Bukhtarma and Biya. There are some large glaciers in the Altai, but not so large as the ones located in the Tien-Shan.


[url]http://www.centralasiatravel.com/mountains_central_asia.html[/url][IMG]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Altai,Tienschan-Orte.png[/IMG]

indigen 08-12-2009 09:29 PM

The Turko-Mongol look of REAL BULGARS - Mongoloid!
 
[IMG]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/f3/Bulgar_warior.jpg/250px-Bulgar_warior.jpg[/IMG]

Victorious Bulgar warrior with captive, featured on the ewer from the Treasure of Nagy Szent Miklos.[7]


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