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Re: Macedonian Singers? History Mistakes!
• Posted by: Simoon   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, October 14, 2004, at 11:52 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Macedonian Singers? History Mistakes! (Andy)

> Dear Andy! Well, I'll not take this entire ' debate' as a provocation, and I'll just answer to a few things you clearly don't understand.
The fact that you are AGAIN questioning macedonian language ( as a language that existed before Yugoslavia) is really incredible. Please, do me a favor and stop with that clear ignorance. You don't have to be familiar with the history of Balkan, and the fact that you do know something is nice but please don't keep repeating this stupidity. Please! There is a GREAT difference between all the languages in former Yugoslavia. I mean, after 4 years of war on these parts and fighting for independence and a right to have your own language and to be free to use it ( and I KNOW what I'm talking about!! ) you say that " What is this Macedonian language after all is a Slavic language that maybe some people now just like to call it Macedonian? " You have just eliminated more then 6 languages, as if they don't exist. Would you agree if I'd say that german and english are the same just because they belong to the same group of languages. I don't think so.
And that part about ancient greek ....I will not elaborate because you didn't understand it at all. In the end I'd like to quote you:" calling the FYROM language “Macedonian” making the same mistake that people that don’t have a clue about history make." - please DO YOUR homework before you ALLOW yourself to say things like this. Or at least, you could talk to ANY Europe historian ( I don't know what exactly you learn in America about world history ) next time.
Oh yes, my sister speaks greek, the old greek, and it's not sooo easy to learn nor so similar to the modern one.
I know you're not Ancient Greek, you are clearly NOT Macedonian, nor European, actually I think you're American. But that wasn't so hard to guess.
If you're interested in history of these parts you can always contact me My e-mail is here. But please, don't make this into some private war.

And yes, I appreciate you not trying to make a history lesson here.

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