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Big Chukalo 01-31-2012 08:51 PM

[QUOTE=Dimitri;119275]Correction /sorry

The Town is all Macedonian but very pro-Serb ,majority during Yugoslavian period were employed and resided within Serbia and still today very tied to Serbia ,and for some reason live tax free in their community .And no Albanians reside in this town



My source is from a distant cousin in Prespa Macedonia- Strbovo- we on Skype always

My family comes from Florina area ,[B][I]Paraskevi[/I][/B] to be exact[/QUOTE]

That's Sveta Petka for those of you scoring at home.

Bill77 01-31-2012 09:07 PM

[QUOTE=Dimitri;119275]Correction /sorry

The Town is all Macedonian but very pro-Serb[/QUOTE]I don't want to start a conversation that is not related to Albanianization in Macedonia, but i must mention this. And if there is a thread where this belongs, please advise me and i will change it. But its great bit of history.

The town holds "Mihajlo Idvorski Pupin" in high regards. I watched a doco were i think they have some type of council, or committee named after him, i am not exactly sure, but it was something official. Infact, they have a picture of him on their currency. After googling this name, i realised he was a Serb, which then led me to think mabe they are pro Serb. Mihajlo Idvorski Pupin's parents home is in vevcani area and is a tourist attraction. So then i thought, mabe its purely business that they worship Pupin so much.

But further research, i came across this, After a secret London agreement France, England and Russia asked from Serbia some territorial concessions to Romania and Bulgaria. Romania should have gotten Banat and [B]Bulgaria should have gotten a part of Macedonia all the way to Skoplje[/B]. Pupin personally wrote a memorandum on March 19, 1919 to the USA president Woodrow Wilson, who based on the data received from Pupin historical and ethnic characteristics of boarder areas of Dalmatia, Slovenia, Istria, Banat, Međimurje, Baranja and Macedonia, stated that he did not recognize the London agreement signed between allies and Italy. ( Wikipedia)

Mabe we all should appreciate him and be thankful for east of Macedonia up to Skopje is not Bulgarian today. Macedonia would be much smaller today. Mabe its his actions that makes him held in high regards (on top of 70 technical articles and reviews he released and 34 patents) , and not because he is Serb.

Risto the Great 01-31-2012 09:28 PM

Quite interesting Bill.
Should be on another thread for further discussion IMO

Vangelovski 01-31-2012 09:35 PM

[quote=Dimitri;119275]Correction /sorry

The Town is all Macedonian but very pro-Serb ,majority during Yugoslavian period were employed and resided within Serbia and still today very tied to Serbia ,and for some reason live tax free in their community .And no Albanians reside in this town



My source is from a distant cousin in Prespa Macedonia- Strbovo- we on Skype always

My family comes from Florina area ,Paraskevi to be exact[/quote]I have never heard of Vevcani being 'pro-Serb', but I do know that they are one of the few towns that out right reject the Framework Agreement and the Interim Accord and they have demonstrated it in practice.

Bill77 01-31-2012 09:47 PM

[QUOTE=Vangelovski;119279]I have never heard of Vevcani being 'pro-Serb', [B]but I do know that they are one of the few towns that out right reject the Framework Agreement and the Interim Accord and they have demonstrated it in practice[/B].[/QUOTE]Excellent point and a great reminder. Now there should be no doubt about the Vevcani.

Vangelovski 01-31-2012 10:08 PM

Vevcanci have also erected marble lists across the town of 'traitors to the nation'. I have photo's of them and will have a look at the names on there tonight. Will post up here. It may be telling to see who they consider as 'un-Macedonian'.

Phoenix 01-31-2012 10:32 PM

[QUOTE=Dimitri;119275]Correction /sorry

The Town is all Macedonian but very pro-Serb ,majority during Yugoslavian period were employed and resided within Serbia and still today very tied to Serbia ,and for some reason live tax free in their community .And no Albanians reside in this town



My source is from a distant cousin in Prespa Macedonia- Strbovo- we on Skype always

My family comes from Florina area ,Paraskevi to be exact[/QUOTE]
Dimitri, I don't think you answered Vangelovski's question when he asked if you are Macedonian...

Orovnichanec 01-31-2012 11:37 PM

Now I've heard everything....Vevcani pro-Serb? Yeah okay, and the United States is Pro-Russian..

Niko777 01-31-2012 11:55 PM

Okay people, back to the topic please...

United MKD 02-01-2012 02:01 AM

So that's a Tetovo church set on fire today, yesterday in Labunista, Struga, couple days before that a Orthodox Cross was vandalized and broken if I'm not mistaken also in Struga, then we have these Al-Qaeda like protests in the middle of Struga. Merko blaming it all on the Vevcani residents.

DPMNE response: Sort it out yourselfs.


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