Tag Archives: Hellenic

Vladimir Todorović Reveals That the Statue of Alexander the Great in Skoplje is a Political Asset [10-V-2009]

Vladimir Todorović, the Mayor of Skoplje’s Centar municipality states that the statue of Alexander is being build in order to increase FYROMian political position in the name dispute with Greece.

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US Diplomat Stuart Jones Talks About the Name Dispute Between FYROM and Greece [09-V-2009]

Excerpt from the news by Sitel TV about the visit of the American diplomat Stuart Jones in Skoplje which brought American attitude on the name dispute between FYROM and Greece.

Critique of a Kitsch Public Building Project Representative of Pseudomacedonian Fascist Aspirations

A critical presentation of the new public building in Skoplje’s city center, claimed by its architect as being based on Ancient Macedonian imperial architecture.

Photomontage of Skoplje’s Square with Superimposed Statues of Alexander and of Other Men [05-V-2009]

FYROMian A1 TV presents a photomontage of the statues which are planned for placement by the authorities in Skoplje’s central square, among which the largest is a statue of Alexander the Great.

Details About the Planned Monument of Alexander the Great in Skoplje Revealed [04-V-2009]

Administration of the city of Skoplje provides insight into the process of building a monumental statue of Alexander the Great in the city’s central square.

Epilogue to the Lawsuit Against Atanas Botev, the FYROMian Desecrater of the Greek Flag

Follow-up to my lawsuit against Atanas Botev, who authored posters of Greek flag with swastika instead of Greek cross. It contains explanation of my motives for bringing the criminal charge, brief overview of the lawsuit papers, with selected articles explained, as well as the answer from the Office of Public Prosecution of FYROM which rejected the document.

Vasko Gligorijević

Pseudomacedonian Propaganda Revealed: The case of Gojko Subotić’s Interview [28-IV-2009]

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.