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indigen 12-16-2009 11:11 PM

[QUOTE=Brygian Seed;29814]Thanks for the read indigen. Unfortunately, most people ultimately have a price to 'turn'. For some its a seat in government for others its few hundred million green ones.[/QUOTE]

While people may be "turned", I do not think there are many (if any) nations, except for the "Macedonian", that would allow to pass such anti state and treasonous acts without causing a military coup or popular revolution. Po moe viduvanje, makedonskata nacija ne e dovolno zdrela i osvestena za da si gi zapazi nacionalnite i drzhavnite interesi. Treba da rabotime mnogu za podignuvanje na taa makedonska svest!

Jankovska 12-17-2009 06:22 AM

[QUOTE=Prolet;29785]The IRA and the Loyalists formed a Government together we had no choice, VMRO has formed coalitions with pretty much all the minority parties. We are discussing the name issue here remember that, read what i highlighted spitting on somebody who has done alot for the country who has had the chance to change our name on a number of occasions and hasnt done so, are you another Gruevski hater???

Sure everyone has the right to an opinion but open accusations of calling somebody a traitor when they are clearly not is simply pointless and stupid.[/QUOTE]


Shut up Prolet, you are talking shit. If you don't have the jajca like I said before than support everyone who is playing titara with our name. Just bend over and take it

Risto the Great 12-17-2009 06:36 AM

Gruevski has stood on the fence for a very long time.
His feet must be a little sore by now.
I am yet to see how he has let Macedonia down so far. He has been the least worst Macedonia has had over the last 20 odd years. He can do better.

Jankovska 12-17-2009 07:54 AM

He hasn't imporved it either so what is the point. Maybe we should learn from the past 20 od years and stop wasting time with people with no balls.

What makes it worse is he was given the chance on a e silver plate, the NATO VETO was his shoot and he didn't take it. So i can with ease put him in the same group of traitors like Crvenkovski, Georgievski etc.
How is he different?

Prolet 12-17-2009 08:18 AM

[QUOTE=Jankovska;29839]Shut up Prolet, you are talking shit. If you don't have the jajca like I said before than support everyone who is playing titara with our name. Just bend over and take it[/QUOTE]

Jankovska, Its not as simple as you put it, we are a country of 2 million people you make it sound like we are the strongest country. You talk tough with 8000 professional soldiers??


[QUOTE]What makes it worse is he was given the chance on a e silver plate, the NATO VETO was his shoot and he didn't take it. So i can with ease put him in the same group of traitors like Crvenkovski, Georgievski etc.
How is he different? [/QUOTE]

When has he ever called for a name change?? These two are traitors, Gruevski is a champion judge him when he's done something against the country and yes the Nato Veto he had the balls to take Greece to the ICJ court so he did do something. :3: :3:

Ne go chepkaj Grujo!

Jankovska 12-17-2009 08:44 AM

It's very simple Prolet because we are poor and powerless already. Which part is hard to understand? If we pull out you think Greece will attack us?So the amount of soldiers we have is really irrelevent because it will never come to us having to use them.
Secondly Ljubco was the biggest 'patriot' when in power and so was Crvenkovski, they didn't need to be looking for points, they were in power like Grujo is now. Ljubco was the leader of all patrioti and nacionalisti. When he lost power he showed his true colors.
He took the to court? Wow that is fucking scary. While he pisses about around courts who have NO power to make Greece do anything, we are still where we are, under pressure being called every name under the sun.i have no respect for Gruevski because he is a coward who is in coalition with a terrorist.

Brygian Seed 12-17-2009 01:16 PM

[QUOTE=indigen;29823]While people may be "turned", I do not think there are many (if any) nations, except for the "Macedonian", that would allow to pass such anti state and treasonous acts without causing a military coup or popular revolution. Po moe viduvanje, makedonskata nacija ne e dovolno zdrela i osvestena za da si gi zapazi nacionalnite i drzhavnite interesi. Treba da rabotime mnogu za podignuvanje na taa makedonska svest![/QUOTE]

Agreed indegen! However, my guest is that the majority on this forum are like me, living elsewhere and not in the Macedonia and have other concerns, i.e. financial. The question I have been asking myself for years is "what can I personally do to change the situation in Macedonia?" I have no problem sharing thoughts and ideas regarding Macedonia, however ultimately it's our actions in the correct situations that will bring change; that starts and finishes in Macedonia. A small example, a few weeks ago I turned up to a demonstration in Skopje and there were only 20-30 people present, of which 10 were people I dragged down to participate who would normally be sitting in a cafic.

So further from your point, what can we do that has not been done or is not in process of being done? Start a new forum topic and lets go from there!

indigen 12-17-2009 09:40 PM

[QUOTE=Risto the Great;29841]Gruevski has stood on the fence for a very long time.
His feet must be a little sore by now.
I am yet to see how he has let Macedonia down so far. He has been the least worst Macedonia has had over the last 20 odd years. He can do better.[/QUOTE]

RTG, Lets examine some points you make:
[B]1.Gruevski has stood on the fence for a very long time.[/B]
He was part of DPMNE when Georgiveski carried out a bugaroman putch in 1997, they then removed the 16-ray Macedonian Sun as part of its party emblem and changed the party constitution in order to remove any patriotic passages that annoyed Greece and Bulgaria. DPMNE having taken power in 1998, he was part of the government that unleashed a HEAVY anti-Macedonian bugaroman propaganda war in all spheres that underpin Macedonian identity and cultural heritage. With all this he went along and never once publicly opposed such anti-Macedonian actions whilst others such as Zmejkovski formed a breakaway party and openly opposed these treasonous policies and actions. At the very least it makes him a collaborator of the bugaroman DPMNE party hierarchy.

Secondly, he was a government minister in 2001 that endorsed, VOTED for and implemented the TREASONOUS "FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT"! In 2001-2002 ALL Ramkovisti were considered as TRAITORS by anyone who had an ounce of Macedonian patriotic consciousness. That was my position then and so it remains today.

That is just for starters and others can fill in the rest.

Pelister 12-17-2009 10:18 PM

[QUOTE=Prolet;29852]Jankovska, Its not as simple as you put it, we are a country of 2 million people you make it sound like we are the strongest country. You talk tough with 8000 professional soldiers??


When has he ever called for a name change?? These two are traitors, Gruevski is a champion judge him when he's done something against the country and yes the Nato Veto he had the balls to take Greece to the ICJ court so he did do something. :3: :3:

Ne go chepkaj Grujo![/QUOTE]

Please, spare me the "its not that simple" linet - they are stong, we are weak arguement. How are we weak ? And how are they strong ? This is another way of saying lets keep our heads in the clouds, muddied and foggy, instead of thinking clearly and rationally about what we are actually doing.

Gruevski is a traitor, and there are three reasons for that. 1. Gruevski has agreed to several name changes and has indicated that much in his press releases, and has argued that the Greeks are not prepared to accept these name changes. 2. The Macedonians want the negotiations to stop and yet he continues. 3. He never actually asked the Macedonians whetherh they want their identity negotiated. He just assumed he could. And yet he continues.

indigen 12-17-2009 10:24 PM

[QUOTE=Brygian Seed;29861]Agreed indegen! However, my guest is that the majority on this forum are like me, living elsewhere and not in the Macedonia and have other concerns, i.e. financial. The question I have been asking myself for years is "what can I personally do to change the situation in Macedonia?" I have no problem sharing thoughts and ideas regarding Macedonia, however ultimately it's our actions in the correct situations that will bring change; that starts and finishes in Macedonia. A small example, a few weeks ago I turned up to a demonstration in Skopje and there were only 20-30 people present, of which 10 were people I dragged down to participate who would normally be sitting in a cafic.

So further from your point, what can we do that has not been done or is not in process of being done? Start a new forum topic and lets go from there![/QUOTE]
Its a HUGE task as our patriotic "intelligentsia" is non-existent. There are many persons who fit the profile as a member of the "intelligentsia" but they are very lacking in Macedonian consciousness and political ideology to lead a popular movement and articulate its aims and objectives, IMO. Even the very minor positive steps that the authorities in RM are undertaking, such as the erection of some statues of Macedonian heroes and historical figures that will boost national pride and self-confidence and tourism, are being ridiculed by some Macedonian "patriots" that should know better.

IMO, the cause is in the hands of the younger generations but they need to get their Macedonian ideology in order first before any minimal progress will be made. The older generations can (and should) assist in that endeavour.

One glaring ideological flaw I see is the continued perpetuation of the myth that Macedonia somehow derives its name from a constitution (1991/2001-UCK wishlist) and thus parrot-like our "intelligentsia" mindlessly keeps repeating the term "constitutional name" "(ustavnoto ime") ad nauseum. Makedonija ima drzhavno ime shto poteknuva mnogu porano od "Ustavot" na ustavnicite. :-)


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