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Some Christian Evidences on the Invented

Macedonian Question




The purpose of
this small paper is to provide some Christian evidences (during the
Christianization of Greek-Macedonians in year 50 A.D.) and a scientifically
true analysis on the Hellenic (Greek) history and to examine what this
information regarding Macedonia means to us and to the uninformed world as a
whole. We will offer some thoughts and unshaken Christian events that may help
to answer questions concerning today’s conditions in south-eastern Europe, the borders of the “Christendom” (currently, the
under decomposition European Union). It is imperative that all scholars,
politicians, decision makers, students, and intellectual human beings have this
information regarding an artificial state, Skopje,
created recently between Greece
and Serbia,
because we, as educators, are responsible for all young people of this planet
and we must tell them the plain truth in simple words, away from any
expediency, propaganda, and anti-scientific delusion. This new Albano-Slavic state
has unlawfully chosen the Greek name “Macedonia”
for its nation and Greece
is opposing their aggressiveness and will resist their expansionism. It is
historically wrong for them to use Greek names and symbols because they have
nothing in common with Ancient Greeks since they came from Dardania and appeared
in the region in the 7th century A.D.; their old name was Vardarska.
How can they found their new establishing state on an incredible lie? They must
know that there is social justice and it will, soon or late, prevail!





            Hellenic history, Orthodoxy, and
culture have contributed a great deal to the European and the entire western
civilization that we find their seal everywhere, today.[1]
The democracy of ancient Greece,[2]
the accomplishments of her people,[3]
the great ideas of her moral philosophers,[4]
scientists and artists,[5]
and finally, the dramatic events, which have unfolded in the glorious history
of the Greek nation because of its geographical position and its persistence in
Christian truth have always been a source of creative inspiration to all
Even though that Greece
has truly improved mankind, the West was and is against Greeks and their
The comparative advantage of Greece
is her civilization. And of course, Greece has the copyright of this
unique and oldest civilization, which is viewed stolen in the museums around
the “civilized” world.


            Further, history, scientific truth,
divine justice, morality, human respect, liberty, rights, sovereignty, and
International Law are social necessities and they require satisfaction.
Otherwise, this world cannot proceed towards its objectives, and Orthodox
nations towards their perfection. Each man enjoys existence according to his
labor and his values and virtues and by himself he determines his future, his
heritage, his nation and thus, affects the world. Mutual solidarity, joint
responsibility, and real love are essential not only for the life of families,
but also for the history of nations and the coexistence of this Cosmos (order,
ornament). Moral, ethical, independent, and uncorrupted leadership is necessary
to promote patriotism and indigenous value system of a sovereign nation.
Nations, also, need to pass their time in peace, in respect, in justice, and by
supporting their citizens (their well-being) and the other independent nations without
any intervention or else they will face the Divine Justice.


            Today, the Hellenes (Greeks), even
though that they are members of NATO and European Union (EU), remain
ever-vigilant against the expansionistic plans of their neighbors (the
barbarian Turks since the 11th century A.D.)[8]
and lately, since the fall of the communism, the desperate Skopjeans have begun
to make claims against northern Greece
because they need to create a national history, after abandoning their Slavic
ancestry, on which they will found their pseudo-state. They have spread far and
wide propaganda that Macedonians are not Greeks and they style themselves as
the true Macedonians (sic). They have spread lies and disinformation everywhere
in all the “controlled” nations,[9]
the United States, Canada, Australia,
and Europe. But the question remains, how can
these newcomers Slavs be Macedonians without being Greeks? And, how dared some
nations to turn a blind eye to the historic and scientific truth and recognize
this pseudo-state as “Macedonia”?
This fallen world has lost completely its values and purpose!



A Summary of the Longest Historic March


            During the ancient times, the entire
area of Greece
was divided into independent city-states, but they had the same blood, language,
religion, culture, and civilization. They encouraged cooperation among
city-states and cultivation of the intellect and the fine arts. As they were
growing, they were starting to establish colonies along the costal regions of
the Mediterranean. These cities were united
for times against common foreign enemies; i.e., during the Persian wars, which
lasted from the battle of Marathon in 490 B.C. to the battle of Thermopylae
(480 B.C.) to the naval battle of Salamis (479
B.C.), and the battle of Plataea
in 479 B.C.  Alexander the Great, the
King of the Greek city-state of Pella,
united all Greeks and went against these Asian invaders.


            From 450 B.C. to 300 B.C., it was
the intellectual period, where Socrates taught about the soul and spoke of the
Unknown God[10]
hoping that He would reveal Himself. Plato and Aristotle made significant
contributions to human thought with their moral philosophy and their
foundations on almost every science (except Probability Theory), while
sculptors such as Pheidias, Scopas, Praxiteles, and others experimented with
new forms of artistic expression by putting the standard for the future and
beautified Athens. Xenophon was also the father of the new moral discipline of


            At the same time, a new Greek
city-state Pella, more powerful politically
began to emerge in region of Macedonia
(the Northern part of Greece).[12]
In the four decades before the Hellenistic Period (323-146 B.C.), the
Macedonians under King Philip II (359 B.C.) forcefully united most of the Greek
city-states after defeating Athens and Thebes in battle at Chaeronea,
and built a powerful Hellenic confederacy.[13]
The illustrious Alexander the Great, the son of King Philip, schooled by
Aristotle, embarked on a historic expedition in 336 B.C. to conquer the vast
empire of the Persians (punish them for their past invasions of Greece). In
only eleven years he subdued this mighty foe and extended Hellenic influence,
language, civilization, and paideia far into Africa and Asia, as far as India.[14]
Alexander’s achievement marked the height of Hellenic military power.[15]


            Following Alexander’s death (323
B.C.), violent and frequent warfare among rival Greek (Hellenic) leagues tore
apart the Empire. These conflicts rendered the Greek city-states vulnerable to
invasion. Finally, in 146 B.C., after fifty years of war, Roman legions
conquered Greece.
Although conquered, the Greek culture “subjugated” the Roman culture. During
and after the Hellenistic Period, the classical Greek culture and Greek
language were dominant throughout the Orient.[16]
This was God’s Providence!
In A.D. 50, the Apostle Paul preached Christianity in Greece, and from the time
when he spoke to the Athenians about their “Unknown God”, for whom they already
had a temple, a common religion, the Hellenic Orthodoxy united them and made them
an inseparable group, the Greek-Orthodox people.[17]
Many people believed to Jesus Christ and two Athenians became disciples of St. Paul from the first day, a man named Dionyssios (a
Judge in the Supreme Court in Athens)
and a woman, Damaris.[18]
Also, the use of the Greek language in writing the Gospel and by the Eastern
Church and her fathers gave a new dimension to Hellenic culture and created the
spiritual Medieval Hellenic (Byzantine) culture. No Slavo-Macedonian language
anywhere in the region because Slavs came seven centuries later in the area
from the north-central Europe.[19]


            The Byzantine (Medieval Greek)
Empire was the continuation of the Alexander’s the Great Empire and of the Eastern Roman Empire.[20]
It was their evolution and transformation in the East. The transposition of the
center of gravity of the Ancient Greece and the Roman nation from West to East
(3rd century A.D.), the transfer of the capital from Rome not in
Athens, but to an area predominance of the Greek spirit and language and at the
same time not the pagan gods of the past, but the intense effect of Orthodoxy;
all these combined, created the starting point of one autonomous historic march
of the eastern sphere of the Empire. Byzantium
was a new political form, where Hellenism and Orthodoxy created a new culture.[21]


            The Byzantine Orthodox hymns[22]
emphasize that the people of Byzantium
are the “people of the Lord”. The same can be seen in other historic texts and
it is clear that the perception of the Empire’s role as a divinely guided entity
prevailed throughout the world of Byzantium.[23]
The citizens of the Byzantium
are understood to be the “chosen” people of God, the genuine Christian people
of the “God guarded” Christian-Orthodox nation, compared with the heterodox of
the west; of course, no comparison can be made with the allodox or pagans of
today. During its whole journey in history, Byzantium had the same strong perception that
among the fundamental goals of the nation was the protection of the Christian
faith, its propagation, and its perpetuation until the Second Coming.
Surrounded most of the time by nations of other religions, the Christian people
were obliged to defend their faith, because in this way, they saved their
national identity.[24]
They had a strong involvement in religious strifes, an exceptional sensitivity
towards heresies, and dogmatic opposition. Also, they Christianized their
northern neighboring Slavic (like, Skopjeans) and Russian nations.


            Uprising against the Turk conquerors
occurred sporadically throughout the Middle Ages, but it was not until the
early nineteenth century that the modern Greek Nation evolved (confined by her
allies only on the European side of the Byzantine Empire), commensurate with
the decline of the Ottoman Empire. On March 25, 1821, Greeks resumed their
march through history again. A revolutionary army composed of patriots from
Peloponnesos, Sterea Ellada, and the Aegean
Islands began to battle
the Turkish armies. Although both sides scored success, the conflict soon
reached a stalemate. At the request of the Sultan, the Egyptians under Ibrahim
Pasha invaded Greece, thus
allowing for intervention by the three great European powers (France, England,
and Russia)
on the side of the Greek insurgents.  


            In 1939, World War II broke out in
Europe and by 1940 most countries of Europe
had surrendered and Hitler had the Continent of Europe in his grip. On October
28, 1940 Mussolini decided to take over Greece with an easy victory based
on his numbers and mechanized forces. He attacked Greece
from Albania.
The Greeks with their Prime Minister Ioannis Metaxas stood up and said “Ochi”
(OXI = No, you shall not pass) and these heroic forefathers of today’s Greeks
fought with a will, hurling back the aggressors. The Duce’s divisions were soon
pushed back into Albania
and for six months were fighting to maintain a hold on the sea-cost,
desperately calling for help.[25]
When Germany entered the war
against Greece with the most
powerful army in Europe, the Greeks continued
to fight both of these big empires although reason must have told them that
their position was hopeless. Beside their British comrades, they continued to
resist stubbornly on the Island
of Crete.


            Finally, Greece
fell, but it cost Hitler thousands of his finest youth, and delayed for two
months his attack against Russia.
German troops ran into the dreadful Russian winter and the Russians imposed
such appalling losses that it contributed to the ultimate defeat of Germany.[26]
The occupation, great famine, resistance and subsequent liberation of Greece
followed, and then came the “December Movement”, in which Greek communists
fought their brother Greeks. This civil war ended in August 29, 1949 with the
defeat of communists. England
helped Greece first and
later, the United States
helped with the Marshall plan, which lent Greece to a new
era and made her one of the most important allies of the West; but, her
ignorant politicians threw the country, without a referendum, to the nails of
the anti-Greek European Union. Then, it came the dissolution of Yugoslavia and the creation of pseudo-“Macedonia”.
Until 1991, the Ancient Macedonians were unknown to Skopje. In 1991, they issue a banknote of 20
statirs (“Statir” was the currency of Ancient Macedonians during the period of
Philip II, which brought the inscription in Greek language: FILIPPOY
and the
currency during the Alexander the Great period brings his name: ALEXANDROY).[27]
This new bill was printed, but it did not approve as the national currency. Nikola
Gruevski blew up the minds of ignorant Skopjeans with false dreams that they
had the Ancient Macedonians their ancestors. Liubco Georgiefski aimed Skopje to join Bulgaria. Branko Crvenkovski is
financed by G. Soros, who is working for a multinational and multicultural “Macedonia”
and Kiro Gligorof was saved from an assassination attempt because he dared to
say the truth, “We are Slavs!” The Albanian parties in Skopje
are pleased with the support of Turkey.
All these facts show the big crisis that exists in Skopje and give to us a feeling about its



III. Christian Evidences


Looking at sources outside Greece,
in the Acts of the Apostles, the Apostle Paul writes of his travels in Macedonia. He
refers to Greek cities (Neapolis, Philippi,
Thessalonica, Verea, etc.) and men and women with Greek names. One gets an
impression of a Greek environment, attitude, and culture being present in Macedonia.
Here, it must be noted that Macedonia
was the main gate of the entrance of Christianity in the European Continent.
Let us bear in mind the vision of the Apostle Paul that night in Troy, which determined
the following Christianization of Europe. “So, passing by Mysia,[29]
 they went down to Troas.
During the night Paul had a vision: there stood a man of Macedonia
pleading with him and saying. ‘Come over to Macedonia and help us.’ When he had
seen the vision, we immediately tried to cross over to Macedonia, being convinced that God
had called us to proclaim the good news to them.”[30]
It is characteristic that the Apostle of the Nations, addressing himself to the
Macedonians, was preaching the Word of God and writing his letters in the Greek
language. There is no Macedonian language or non-Greek Macedonians anywhere. These
people, who were Christianized by St.
Paul (in year 50 A.D.) were Greek-Macedonians. The
Slav-pseudo-Macedonians were Christianized by the Greek brothers, Methodios and
Kyrillos much later (9th century A.D.)[31]
because they were not Greeks and they were living far away in the north of Greece,
in Dardania.


The vision of the “Macedonian man” in the book of “The Acts of the
Apostles”, the letters of the Apostle Paul, “To the Philippians” and “To the
Thessalonians A and B” and all the other references in the Old and New
Testaments concerning Macedonia constitute unassailable and infallible testimony
of her Greekness. Not only these, but the continuous and uninterrupted line of
bishops and saints; the great number of churches and monasteries found
throughout the Macedonian regions (even within the borders of the Democracy of
Skopje) as well as the Monastic Community of the Holy Mountain with its
sovereign Greek characteristics and its spiritual light shining upon Orthodox
Nations near and far, give holy evidences that Macedonia is Greek.


Saint Timothy accompanied Saint Paul
to Macedonia, to Philippi,
to Thessalonica, and to Verea (or Berea).
“Many of them [in Berea]
therefore believed, including Greek women and men of high standing.”[32]
When the apostle Paul left Verea, Timothy and Silas remained there to confirm
the converts. Then, when St. Paul went to Athens (in 51 A.D.), he asked Timothy to come to him and
later, Timothy was sent back to Thessalonica because he had an account of the
churches of Macedonia.
After some time Timothy went with Silas to Corinth
to meet St. Paul.
Saints Timothy and Silas are mentioning at the beginning of the two Epistles of
St. Paul to Thessalonians.[33]
This entire region was Greek, with the same language and culture, made up by
different cities under the Roman occupation. With the exception of some Latin
tribal settlements, the basic population of Macedonia was Greek.   


Concerning ancient Macedonia,
it is needful only to speak of the stones and the archaeological treasures of
Vergina, Dion,[34]
and other areas to silence the forgers of history. Of Christian Macedonia, the
unceasing chorus of the Holy Scriptures, the Churches, the Monasteries, the
Saints (i.e., Methodios and Kyrillos), the Byzantine Hymns, and frescos
(well-paintings) shout the truth. Above all the icon of Saint Demetrios, who on
horseback guards vigilantly the Walls of Thessaloniki and strikes with his
spear the vanquished invader prone upon the ground, speaks of the Greekness of
Macedonia. And all invaders from that time to the present, whether ancient
barbarians or the would-be conquerors of present day Skopje,
have all dreamed to go down to Thessaloniki and
to the Aegean Sea with no hope of success! The
Greek defenders will prevail because the right, the truth, and the justice are
on their side.


Skopjeans went beyond any limit from their confusion and the
difficulties that they have to persuade themselves and the anti-Greek West. They
try with any mean to prove that they are the legitimate off-springs of
Alexander the Great and they put statues of Alexander and of other Ancient
Greeks to their squares and public buildings. Also, they give these Ancient
Greek names to their roads and other places. But, the most outrageous delusion,
in which they fell, was that they declared as saint of their self-proclaimed
“Macedonian orthodox church”, Alexander the Great, who lived 350 years before
the coming of Jesus Christ. Thus, they made the Greek Alexander the Great as
“Saint Alexander the Macedonian”.[35]
Also, Skopjeans celebrated the 20th birthday of their pseudo-state,
which has not been recognized with its “constitutional name” by the U.N.; under
a 22 meters statue of the Greek Alexander the Great. These Skopjeans love the
Greek Alexander more than Greeks! Amazing hypocrisy from this circus, who wants
to usurp the historic inheritance of the Ancient Greek Macedonia.[36]



Some Concluding Considerations


            The role of Hellenism is historic
and humanistic (and as time passes the vast majority of learned people will
realize it) because it was able many times in the past to re-orientate
humanity. Hellenism is a global movement of ancient moral philosophy combined
with the revealed truth of Christianity, the Holy Orthodoxy. Its advantage
exists in the adoption of the moderation, the spiritual, the eternal, and the
truthful, and at the same time in the rejection of the exaggeration, the materialistic,
the transitory, the fake, and above all the bold lie. How many today understand
this unique culture, which is called the Hellenic Orthodox Culture? The race,
which possesses this culture, has the unique ability to reach the highest
accomplishments and surpass the pathless degeneration of the human civilization
left behind in every historic period. Christian evidences confirm the Greekness
of Macedonia and the choice by God of the Greek Alexander the Great to spread
the Greek language, and the Greek moral wisdom to the entire known world. The
universal ideas of Hellenism constitute an inexhaustible source of alternating
everlasting values. The principles of Hellenism that have changed the
intellectual trends of humanity throughout history, have been born to this
small geographical region, which for seven thousand years, obstinately resists
the undermining efforts of the “civilized” (but ignorant) world and the hordes
of barbarians (that God allows them to dominate for some time, due to our sins).
One representative of this Hellenic race is Alexander the Great, the Macedonian
Greek commander of the army, who civilized the world and refined and united


            The name “Macedonia” was given by Tito and
was used for this South Yugoslav region only since 1945,[38]
but it was identified for tens of centuries with Greek civilization and Greek
history. Their neighboring Greeks are reasonably disturbed when the name of Macedonia
becomes subject to abuse by a region, which ethnologically is not Greek, but Albanian,
Vlach, Serb, Gypsy, Turkish, Slavic, and Bulgarian. It is characteristic and
suspicious that the two first countries, which recognized this new government
was Bulgaria and Turkey. The
stability of the region would be better served by the denial of recognition or
by saying to these people and the entire world the historic truth. Finally, if
Skopjeans feel that they are Macedonians, let them open their borders and unite
with Greece, then, they will become Greeks by culture and paideia, not by
blood, and at the end, they will be Macedonians (as Greeks living in Macedonia).


            It is clear when, objectively
examined, that the “Macedonian Question” for Greece cannot exist and the
“Macedonian Problem” is a non-issue.[39]
The legal status quo of the northern borders of Greece are determined with
international treaties, like the Treaty of Bucharest (1913), which ended the
second Balkan War, and the Peace Treaties at the end of the two World Wars, of
Neigy (1919) and of Paris (1947). Also, Macedonia is a geographic concept
and not an ethnic notion. In fact, only one country can identify herself, for
historical reasons, with Macedonia.
That country is Greece,
which has been inextricably linked with Macedonia for more than 4,000
years. Even the former president of Skopje,
Kiro Gligorov, stated in June 1992 that they are Slavs, who came in the area in
the 6th century A.D. Then, there is no connection between Ancient
Macedonians and the Slavs of Skopje, which usurp the Greek history, names,
symbols, and heritage.[40]


            For these reasons, Greece is opposing the recognition of an
independent nation on her northern border, which will bear the Hellenic name “Macedonia” (or any composite name having as one
component the word “Macedonia”).
Of course, this does not mean that Greece is against the Skopjeans
right to establish their own independent nation and have their own language,
history, and traditions. All people have the right to self-determination of
their future; of course, this choice is confined within the limits of International
Law (or legality). Greece,
however cannot accept the use of the Macedonian name by any nation, which is in
all other respects Slavic. The terms “Macedonia-Macedonians” and names of
similar relevance belong to Hellas and Hellenes (Greece and Greeks). They constitute
Greece’s national and
cultural inheritance and as such have been recorded in history for many
centuries before the appearance of Slavs in the area of Balkans and especially
in the area of Macedonia.
Greeks will never cease, as the Greek race to claim their lost national lands.
It is their national duty to state matters concerning Greek Macedonia, both
inside and outside of Greece,
exactly as they are to restore the historical truth that expediency, misguided,
and calculating interest continue to counterfeit and distort.


            Finally, the fact, that the ancient
Macedonians belong to the world of Greeks, is very difficult to dispute any
longer. The new archeological treasures in connection with linguistic analyses
and the findings of a great number of new inscriptions (all Greek) with rich
samples of Greek names prove that there is no discontinuation of either
cultural or linguistic of the unity of the Macedonians with the rest of the
Also, the numerous Christian evidences, the spreading of the Greek language, the
Greek moral philosophy, the Greek civilization, and the Greek culture to the
entire known world from the Greek Macedonians of the Alexander the Great
constitutes the most categorical confirmation of this event. This event is confirmed
every year by the new archeological findings that are coming to light either at
the large excavations of Pella, Vergina, Dion, and Sindos, or in dozens less
known, like in areas of Voion, Aeani, Kozani, Kastoria,
Florina, Edessa, Aridaea, Kilkis, Kavala, and of course, Thessaloniki and Chalki-diki[42] with Petralona,
Sithonia, Tironi, and others. Even the minister of the U.S. Foreign Affairs,
Edward Stettinius, had sent on December 26, 1944 to all the diplomatic offices
of the U.S.A. an elucidative
and attributive encyclical, in which he says that the “Macedonian Issue” is an
unjustifiable demagogy coming mainly from Bulgaria and does not represent a
reality.[43]  The historic truth must prevail among all
humans of the 21st century, if we want to see a social prosperity in
our small world.





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[1] The English language has borrowed 40,000 Greek words, See, Schizas.com, September 10,

[2] See, Jones (1997).

[3] See, Kebric (1997) and Kitto (1987).

[4] See, Marchant and Todd (1997)

[5] See, Pedley (1998).

[6] But, at the same time, Hellas
faces a lot of opposition from heretics (heterodoxs) and other religions
(allodoxs) because of her traditional Orthodoxy and her Hellenic paideia.

[8] This was the Battle of Manzikert. See, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Manzikert
. With Bulgaria in
1905-1907, with Italy in
1940, and with Albania
(Tsamides) in 1941-1944, who
collaborated with Italians the Germans against Greeks. The buccaneer of the
Mediterranean (Turkey)
threatens war clash against Greece
and Cyprus because Cyprus wants to
utilize its natural resources. Greece
must do the same right away, which will support the country economically and
improve the current debt crisis. 

[9] Mahathir Mohamad, former leader of Malaysia, said that “Jewish groups
secretly control the World’s great powers”. See, The Wall Street Journal, October 9-10, 2010, p. A1 and A11.

[10] After 350 years, Saint Paul went to Athens, in A.D. 51, to
preach this Unknown God (the True God). (Acts 17: 22-23).

[11] For Socrates,
human flourishing (eudaimonia) was the goal, rather than great
accumulation of material goods. Xenophon accepts private property and the
division of labor within certain ethical limits. In his work, the development
of the ethical approach to household management (oikonomia or oikonomikē),
or microeconomics, within the context of the Greek city (polis) can be
seen. Friendship (philia) and gentlemanship (kalokagathia)
are discussed together with oikonomia as a united package. There is a
strong linkage between ethics and economics in Socrates and Xenophon.
See, James E. Alvey, http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?issn=03068293&volume=38&issue=8&articleid=1938121&show=html&PHPSESSID=bp02n332v1d875m2qqo2n772k5&&nolog=142950

[12] We can see their coins, too; all the inscriptions and names on them
are in Greek. For more information see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philip_II_of_Macedon

[13] Because as Hellenes, all these city-states had the same blood, the
same language, and the same religion, according to Herodotus, 5th
century B.C. and many other similarities as Kallianiotis (2007, p. 179) refers

[14] There are many tribes in Asia today that they claim of being
descendants of Greeks, since that time of Alexander, like the Kallas in
northern Iran.

[15] From 404 to 338 B.C. hegemonies of Sparta,
Thebes, and Macedonia
(area of Northern Greece) appeared. From
359-336 B.C., the reign of Philip of Macedonia took place. From 338-323 B.C.
Alexander the Great conquered the entire Asia; he went to India and Africa,
too. The Old Persian Empire, which had invaded Greece many times in the past, was overrun
by the Greek-Macedonians. In 322 B.C., Greek-Macedonians took over Athens and overturned the
Athenian democracy. From 323 to 272 B.C., Alexander’s successors sought
domination and the Hellenistic Kingdoms were created in Greece and the rest of the Empire – of Macedonia (with Antigonus), of Egypt (with Ptolemy), [The tomb of
Alexander the Great was discovered by the Greek archeologist Liana Souvaltzi.
See, Souvaltzi (2002).] and of Syria, Mesopotamia, and Iran (with Seleucus). “Under the sponsorship
of Alexander’s Empire and the Hellenistic Kingdoms that succeeded it, Greek
culture spread over the whole Mediterranean world, and in the first century
B.C. achieved a thorough intellectual conquest of the imperial Roman republic,
its military conqueror.” [
Blum, Cameron, and Barns (1970, p. 10)].

[16] Even the Gospels were written in Greek language and with this
language the New Religion was spread to the entire known world of that time.
This was the language of the Greek King Alexander the Great and his
descendants. The non-Greek speaking nations were “barbarians” outside the
Hellenic culture and paideia (
paideiva). This is the historic truth and not what some pseudo-states
anxiously try to distort the science of history.   

[17] The proportion of Greeks that are Orthodox is 98% of the
population. Someone that is not Orthodox could not be considered Greek, too.
This is the homogeneity and uniqueness of these people.

[18] See, Acts 17: 34.

[19] In the 7th century A.D., various Slavic tribes
(Dragouvitae, Strymonitae, Sagouditae, etc.) began settling in the Macedonian
region. With the permission of Byzantine (Greek) authorities these tribes set
up small Slavic enclaves known to the Byzantines as “Sclaviniae”. Throughout
the 7th century, the Slavs continually fought against the Byzantine
authorities and repeatedly attacked (without success) the city of Thessaloniki. See,
Kallianiotis (1992), p. 33).

[20] See, Vasiliev (1980).

[21] The contribution of the three hierarchs (Sts.
Vassilios, Grigorios, and Ioannis) is unique in the connection of the ancient
Greek moral paideia with the Christian revealed values.

[22] See, a Hymn chanting on the day of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross.
(Today, it is September 14th, the feast day of the Gross).

[23] The same beliefs continue to hold even today in the Greek Orthodox
nation and the Greeks of Diaspora, who are more than 100 million people of
Greek origin spread around the world. This unique culture is inconceivable by
any other sub-culture.

[24] The problem that Greece
is facing today is the dilution of her identity, due to millions of Muslims
illegal immigrants that Turkey
is smuggling into the Greek nation. This is a new Turkish invasion to Greece after the previous one in 1974 in Northern Cyprus.

[25] This victory of Greeks was a miracle from Panagia for their fair
and just defense of their country.

[26] Germany has not
yet paid the indemnities for the war damages that it inflicted to Greece
and her citizens.

[27] See, Kallianiotis (1992, p. 39).

[28] See, MacedoniaHellenicLand.eu,
Septemebr 16, 2011.

[29] Mysia (Greek: Μυσία) was a region in the northwest of ancient Asia Minor. It was located on the south coast of the Sea of Marmara. It was bounded by Bithynia on the east, Phrygia on the southeast, Lydia on the south, Aeolis
on the southwest, Troad on the west and by the Propontis on the north. In
ancient times it was inhabited by the Mysians, Phrygians, Aeolian Greeks, and
other groups. As we see from the names of the cities, all are Greek names.

[30] See, Acts  16: 8-15.  

[32] Acts 17: 12.

[33] See, St. Timothy, Paul’s
Associate, Christianity.com.

[34] <<Dion>> the city of Dias

[35] See, dailynews24.gr,
August 22, 2011.

[36] See, MacedoniaHellenicLand.eu, September 11, 2011. http://www.macedoniahellenicland.eu/content/view/2162/1/lang,el/

[37] See, Aristotle, Meteorologika
A 14. 

[38] In 1948, Cominform, the first official
forum of the international communist movement since the dissolution of the
Comintern, put into action a plan to take hostage to communist countries
children from Greece
during the Greek civil war. The aim was to re-educate the children as well as
blackmail the populace and the Greek government towards reaching a settlement
leading to a partition of Greece
and the subsequent creation of an internationalist “Macedonian”
Republic. This move has favoured by the Yugoslav dictator Josip Broz Tito and
had been a Comitern policy aimed at destroying the national states of the
Balkans through the creation of internationalist republics.

[39] Professor Stephen G. Miller of Berkley
University sent a letter to the Archaeology Magazine, where he proves
that the region where Skopje is today was
Paeonia and Skopjeans have no right to call their nation “Macedonia” and themselves
“Macedonians”. See, Christianiki
Bibliographia, Issue 42, Year 38, January-March 2009, pp. 21-23. 

[40] See, “Kiro Gligorov: We are Slavs (archive video)”, MacedoniaHellenicLand.eu, September 19,

[41] There is a series of articles by the author examining the
Macedonian question from these perspectives, as they can be seen in the
references, at the end of the paper.

[42] Chalkidiki was a colony of Ancient Chalcis of Euboea. See, http://www.macedoniahellenicland.eu/content/view/2143/65/lang,el/
. The Ancient Tironi was established by Chalcideans in the 8th
century B.C. and it was one of the most significant cities in Chalkidiki. It
had its own currency and was a member of the Athenian Alliance. In 348 B.C.,
the city came under Philip II. See,  MacedoniaHellenicLand.eu, September 6,

[43] [U.S. State Department, Foreign Relations, Vol. viii, Washington, D.C.,
Circular Air gram (868.014/26 Dec. 1944)].
See, Voanerges, Issue 54, March-April 2011, p. 87.

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