If somebody told you that an entire ethnic group's name and identity was being changed to appease its oppressors, you would react in outrage. If they followed up by saying, "Oh wait, it's a diplomatic dispute", would your response be "That's okay then. They should resolve this dispute by denying their own existence"? This is what's happening to Macedonia and Macedonians.
(by Bill Pavlovski) Today, a group of fake, Western puppet politicians, who have already become the most despicable villains in Macedonian history, met on the shores of Small Lake Prespa, in a remote corner of the part of Macedonia that Greece annexed in 1913, hiding like cowards, far away from the outraged citizens.
Every day, I listen to old white men discuss how they're going to change MY ethnicity, my country's name, identity, language, and history - all in the name of appeasing our oppressors - who deny our right to exist. Imagine this happening to you and your ethnic group. It's surreal.
By Bill Pavlovski, Macedonian Human Rights Movement International Completing one more task off his 'To-Sell' list, illegitimate puppet PM Zoran Zaev has given away yet another piece of Macedonia's dignity. In order to show just how 'friendly' he can be to his Greek neighbours, Zaev has just agreed to change the name of Macedonia's new airport and highway - both named after Alexander the Great.
For some unknown reason, the Soros/Hillary/Obama policy in Macedonia is still in place (We'll call it "SHO” since Americans seem to like acronyms) and the Republican Party is doing nothing about it. Well, they started to - by launching a Congressional investigation into SHO meddling in Macedonia - but they seem to have gotten distracted by a squirrel or a Trump.
Don Lemon and other journalists have been asking if ignoring racism means you're racist. Well, when a US presidential candidate was racist again my people, questioned our legitimacy as an ethnic group, demanded that my country change its name and identity to appease our oppressors, and led a coup ...
Published in The Hill If you play a game by the rules and your opponent cheats, you'll lose. If the referee is siding with your opponent in spite of his cheating, you'll lose. Does this mean that I'm advocating that you cheat to level the playing field? No.