Књига Василија Ђерића “Неколико главних питања из етнографије Старе Србије и Маћедоније” представља етнолошку синтезу која садржи обиље података о присуству словенског и бугарског имена на балкану и о присуству српског имена у Повардарју (углавном у подручју данашање БЈРМ. Приложена је полемичка критика усмерена на дела бугарског и другог порекла којима се настојало доказати искључиво бугарски карактер Словена у Повардарју. Подаци дани у овој књизи, засновани на коришћењу извора, јасно потврђују српско присуство у БЈРМ у позном Средњем веку и за време отоманске владавине, насупрот тренду у савременој историографији БЈРМ да се српско присуство и историја у БЈРМ маргинализују или не спомињу уопште.
The monograph “The Macedonian Question” by the exiled Serbian historian and Germanist Đoko Slijepčević, published in 1958 in Chicago represents a classic synthesis of historical and ethnological aspects of Slavic identity in Povardarje, with emphasis on its Serbian aspect which is often neglected in modern-day discourse due to the far greater quantity of Bulgarian and Pseudomacedonian publications in English language dealing with the issue. Although it is dated in some aspects and deficient in review of archeological material and the issue of Hellenism of Macedonia proper, author’s reliance on well-established fact and erudition with regard to Povardarje’s history, especially the medieval period, emergence of 19th century Bulgarian Revival on the area of FYROM and Ecclesiastic History, including the early separatism of what is today known as the so-called “Macedonian Orthodox Church” make this book a worthy addition in every historical research.
Serbs ruled the area of Povardarje (FYROM) and later Macedonia, without Thessaloniki, from late 13th and most of the 14th century. In this video it is explained that there are no Serbian sources from that era mentioning “Macedonians” of present-day Pseudomacedonian type.
This video presents a collection of statements by Krste Petkov Misirkov (1874-1926), considered among Pseudomacedonians a pioneer of their modern national idea, which reveal his true ethnicity and his true view on Slavs of present-day FYROM.
FYROMian TV station Sitel falsifies the spoken words of Serbian Byzantologist Gojko Subotić by adding the adjective “македонски (makedonski)” (“Macedonian”) in the subtitle of his statement on medieval Slavic teachers Clement and Naum.
A presentation of the cultural heritage created by Serbs from 1282, when medieval Serbia expanded towards the south and settled some areas, mostly the regions of Polog, Skoplje, Kumanovo, Kratovo and Poreč with Serbs. This slide-show represent a non-exhaustive survey of Serbian medieval manuscripts including the transcripts of Emperor’s Dušan Code (Dušanov Zakonik), coinage, sacral architecture, together with the frescoes and other artistic artifacts, as well as King’s Marko fortress in Prilep.
Images of the Četniks, Serbian liberation fighters acting in the area of today’s FYROM and elsewhere are represented. Their struggle concludes with the triumphant entrance of the Serbian army in Skoplje, city that was a capital of Serbia during the Middle Ages.
Ten years have passed since the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999. What is happening in Serbia today? How do civilians remember those days? They protected their country by standing on the bridges and creating human shields, while NATO planes were performing airstrikes. During those events many people were killed and wounded. Famous film director Emir Kusturica speaks about the events along with many other Serbians in a new XL report on Russia Today.