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You truly have lost!
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Aryan 666
2007-11-02 01:20:10 UTC
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The United States recognizes Macedonia!
Canada recognizes Macedonia!

and now the motherland has made it official!

The United Kingdom recognizes Macedonia!

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The United Kingdom secretly recognized us in 1999 but kept this information
close to the vest and didn't make it public until recently.

http://www.fco.gov.uk/servlet/Front?pagename=OpenMarket/Xcelerate/ShowPage&c=Page&cid=1007029394365&a=KCountryProfile&aid=1019233917528

"Republic of Macedonia is the constitutional name, used by the UK since 1999
for bilateral and internal purposes. Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
is also used by the UK in certain international fora. "

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Gayreeks can protest all day in Melbourne, but do you really think Australia
will be far behind??????????

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How many other countries secretly recognize us as the Republic of Macedonia?

See why YOU LOST?

It's time to for you people save face and hang it up gracefully. Gong
further down this road can only lead to further mental problems!
Drexl Spivey
2007-11-02 01:29:08 UTC
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See why YOU LOST?
It's time to for you people save face and hang it up gracefully. Gong
further down this road can only lead to further mental problems!
Keep dreaming gypsy bitch
Your cesspool republic is giving a bad name to the name
Macedonia...... but I have no doubt you monkeys will collapse. Victory
to the Albanian Rebels!
Hey that feels good!

EU won't propose starting Macedonia entry talks

http://www.reuters.com/article/latestCrisis/idUSL30487417


EU won't propose starting Macedonia entry talks
Tue Oct 30, 2007 10:40am EDT
(Updates with EU source, previous SKOPJE)

By Paul Taylor

BRUSSELS, Oct 30 (Reuters) - The European Commission will not
recommend opening EU membership talks with Macedonia in its annual
progress report next week because of political problems in the former
Yugoslav republic, an EU source said on Tuesday.

The decision means Skopje is unlikely to begin the talks before 2009
at the earliest, dashing government hopes of starting next year,
diplomats said.

"They lost a lot of time this year when (the main ethnic Albanian
party) was out of parliament. They still need to work better on
political dialogue to have a climate conducive for reforms," the
source said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

The EU officially made Macedonia a candidate for membership in 2005,
four years after an accord between the majority Macedonian and
minority Albanian communities, brokered by the EU and NATO, pulled the
country back from the brink of civil war.

But Brussels insisted on progress on the rule of law, the rights of
the Albanian minority and fighting organised crime and corruption
before entry talks could start.

EU officials lament the absence of dialogue with the Albanian
community, the politicisation of the civil service and the blockage of
key judicial reforms.

Diplomats said Slovenia, another former Yugoslav republic which takes
over the EU's rotating presidency in January, was keen to advance
Macedonia's bid but had concluded it would be counter-productive to
ask the Commission for an interim report in mid-2008.

"If such a report were negative, it would be a very bad signal. We
obviously need the candidate countries to do their homework. We can't
do it for them," one diplomat said.

Instead, Slovenia will try to bring the Western Balkans countries
closer to the EU by other means such as a proposed European Research
Area, the diplomat said.



WIDESPREAD CORRUPTION

Macedonia's leading newspaper, Dnevnik, quoted the draft European
Commission report as saying that parliament had been disrupted by a
quarrel between the government and the opposition party representing
the country's large ethnic Albanian minority.

"Several laws are still blocked, especially judicial reform," Dnevnik
quoted the report as saying.

"Corruption is widespread and a serious problem," it quoted the report
as saying, underlining the difficult relationship between Macedonia's
president and prime minister.

The report also criticised mass sackings of civil servants after a
change of government in 2006, saying "there has to be a separation
between the political and administrative level."

Dnevnik said the report urged Macedonia and Greece to renew efforts to
resolve their dispute over the country's name.

Athens has opposed the use of the name "Macedonia" ever since Skopje
seceded from Yugoslavia in 1991, forcing the international community
to recognise the country under the title "The Former Yugoslav Republic
of Macedonia".

Macedonia is also the name of Greece's northern province and Athens
considers its use a sign of territorial ambition. The neighbours have
been involved in UN-led talks for a compromise since 1993, with little
progress. (Additional reporting by Kole Casule)
Aryan 666
2007-11-02 01:58:11 UTC
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They've kept it secret since 1999 and only made it public recently.

The jig is up! WE WON.
Post by Drexl Spivey
Post by Aryan 666
See why YOU LOST?
It's time to for you people save face and hang it up gracefully. Gong
further down this road can only lead to further mental problems!
Keep dreaming gypsy bitch
Your cesspool republic is giving a bad name to the name
Macedonia...... but I have no doubt you monkeys will collapse. Victory
to the Albanian Rebels!
Hey that feels good!
EU won't propose starting Macedonia entry talks
http://www.reuters.com/article/latestCrisis/idUSL30487417
EU won't propose starting Macedonia entry talks
Tue Oct 30, 2007 10:40am EDT
(Updates with EU source, previous SKOPJE)
By Paul Taylor
BRUSSELS, Oct 30 (Reuters) - The European Commission will not
recommend opening EU membership talks with Macedonia in its annual
progress report next week because of political problems in the former
Yugoslav republic, an EU source said on Tuesday.
The decision means Skopje is unlikely to begin the talks before 2009
at the earliest, dashing government hopes of starting next year,
diplomats said.
"They lost a lot of time this year when (the main ethnic Albanian
party) was out of parliament. They still need to work better on
political dialogue to have a climate conducive for reforms," the
source said, speaking on condition of anonymity.
The EU officially made Macedonia a candidate for membership in 2005,
four years after an accord between the majority Macedonian and
minority Albanian communities, brokered by the EU and NATO, pulled the
country back from the brink of civil war.
But Brussels insisted on progress on the rule of law, the rights of
the Albanian minority and fighting organised crime and corruption
before entry talks could start.
EU officials lament the absence of dialogue with the Albanian
community, the politicisation of the civil service and the blockage of
key judicial reforms.
Diplomats said Slovenia, another former Yugoslav republic which takes
over the EU's rotating presidency in January, was keen to advance
Macedonia's bid but had concluded it would be counter-productive to
ask the Commission for an interim report in mid-2008.
"If such a report were negative, it would be a very bad signal. We
obviously need the candidate countries to do their homework. We can't
do it for them," one diplomat said.
Instead, Slovenia will try to bring the Western Balkans countries
closer to the EU by other means such as a proposed European Research
Area, the diplomat said.
WIDESPREAD CORRUPTION
Macedonia's leading newspaper, Dnevnik, quoted the draft European
Commission report as saying that parliament had been disrupted by a
quarrel between the government and the opposition party representing
the country's large ethnic Albanian minority.
"Several laws are still blocked, especially judicial reform," Dnevnik
quoted the report as saying.
"Corruption is widespread and a serious problem," it quoted the report
as saying, underlining the difficult relationship between Macedonia's
president and prime minister.
The report also criticised mass sackings of civil servants after a
change of government in 2006, saying "there has to be a separation
between the political and administrative level."
Dnevnik said the report urged Macedonia and Greece to renew efforts to
resolve their dispute over the country's name.
Athens has opposed the use of the name "Macedonia" ever since Skopje
seceded from Yugoslavia in 1991, forcing the international community
to recognise the country under the title "The Former Yugoslav Republic
of Macedonia".
Macedonia is also the name of Greece's northern province and Athens
considers its use a sign of territorial ambition. The neighbours have
been involved in UN-led talks for a compromise since 1993, with little
progress. (Additional reporting by Kole Casule)
Drexl Spivey
2007-11-02 02:17:28 UTC
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Post by Aryan 666
They've kept it secret since 1999 and only made it public recently.
The jig is up! WE WON.
You haven't even fought those brave Albanians yet. The name is a non-
issue. It will be East Albania and eventually Albania.
Dont worry about it though, I think the Albanians will be kind to you
gypsy diaspora.
Drexl Spivey
2007-11-02 02:25:15 UTC
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Post by Aryan 666
They've kept it secret since 1999 and only made it public recently.
The jig is up! WE WON.
=

A set of steak knives!


Here here.... monkeydonia is in the news again

http://www.reuters.com/article/latestCrisis/idUSL31128297

Macedonia concerned at rising Albanian tensions
Wed Oct 31, 2007 3:25pm EDT
By Kole Casule

SKOPJE, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Macedonia cautioned on Wednesday against
the politicisation of "criminal" elements in the country, amid growing
signs of tension between the authorities and the ethnic Albanian
minority.

The killing of a policeman this month and a row over the use of the
Albanian flag have fuelled fears of political instability in
Macedonia, just as the West tries to resolve the fate of 2 million
independence-seeking Albanians in neighbouring Kosovo.

Macedonia's highest security body, the National Security Council,
blamed recent security incidents on "criminal groups and individuals"
acting without a political agenda.

But it called for vigilance "so that these criminals and small groups
are not politically exploited in the future".

A Council statement noted "challenges in the context of regional
events" -- a reference to talks on the fate of Serbia's breakaway
Kosovo province, due to climax at the turn of the year.

NATO allies with 16,000 troops in Kosovo fear any unrest over the
Albanian majority's demand for independence would quickly spread to
Macedonia, where guerrillas fought a 2001 insurgency for greater
rights for the 25 percent Albanian minority.

President Branko Crvenkovski said criminal groups were operating in
areas "which in 2001 we called crisis regions."

"We should not underestimate the risk that over the coming period,
somebody might try to exploit them in a political sense," he told
reporters after the Council meeting.

Serb ally Russia has blocked United Nations adoption of a Western-
backed plan to grant Kosovo independence eight years after NATO drove
out Serb forces to stop them killing Albanians in a war with rebels.

U.S., Russian and European Union envoys are mediating fresh talks with
a deadline of Dec. 10 to report back to the United Nations. Chances of
a deal are slim, and Kosovo Albanian leaders say they will declare
independence after the talks end.

Analysts warn that a Serb backlash could provoke a cycle of violence
affecting Macedonia and Serbia's Presevo Valley, where Albanians also
fought an insurgency in 2000.

The Albanian former guerrillas in Macedonia spent four years in
government until 2006, but are angry at being left out of Prime
Minister Nikola Gruevski's current ruling coalition, which includes a
rival ethnic Albanian party.

A row in the Constitutional Court over implementation of a clause in
the 2001 peace accord regarding when and where Albanians can fly the
Albanian flag led to the resignation this week of the court's ethnic
Albanian president.

An EU source told Reuters that the European Commission, in a report
next week, would not recommend opening EU membership talks with
Macedonia because of political problems in the former Yugoslav
republic, dashing government hopes.
Allotrios
2007-11-02 15:52:25 UTC
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Post by Drexl Spivey
Post by Aryan 666
They've kept it secret since 1999 and only made it public recently.
The jig is up! WE WON.
=
A set of steak knives!
Here here.... monkeydonia is in the news again
Monkeydonia is a good name! They should go for it! Or maybe Macalbania!
hry mdas
2014-10-09 03:35:03 UTC
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You are not Macedonian
You are not descended from the ancient macedonians of 300BC
You do not speak the ancient macedonian language.
You were not invited by Alexander, to be citizens of Macedonia

You are from skopje, you are skopjean.
You speak a bulgarian dialect.

and now you STEAL everything macedonian.
you steal from Alexander the Great.

He will put a sword through your face.

the greeks are persecuted as christians
and God is on their side.

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