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Old 05-28-2017, 07:27 PM   #1
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Default The Game of Macedonia

The Game of Macedonia

If you play a game by the rules and your opponent cheats, you’ll lose. If the referee is siding with your opponent in spite of his cheating, you’ll lose.

Does this mean that I’m advocating that you cheat to level the playing field?

No. Stop playing the game.

Unfortunately, the game in this case is Macedonia, and its viability as an independent state.

And the West has been changing the twisted rules as they go. The key though, is that Macedonia owns this game and can choose to stop playing at any time. This is not an oversimplification of things, it’s basic common sense.

If someone tells you to negotiate a name change to appease a blatant oppressor of your own people, you don’t agree. If someone tells you to change your flag to deny your ethnic identity and origin, you don’t agree. If someone puts up never-ending hoops and tells you to keep jumping through them to achieve an unachievable goal, you don’t agree.

This is something that Macedonian Human Rights Movement International has been telling each successive Macedonian government since independence in 1991, but to no avail.

And look where we are today.

We have told every Macedonian Prime Minister, President and government representative that the artificial name dispute is the overarching issue that is wreaking havoc in Macedonia.

Stop negotiating your own name, and the name dispute goes away.

Stop looking to the West to solve all of Macedonia’s problems, when it is the West that creates many of them.

If the European Union and NATO tell you to change your ago-old name to enter a coalition of oppressors, then don’t engage.

The West has chosen to intervene in Macedonia and enable a coalition of war-criminals and political sell outs because they are viewed as more pro-West.

In other words, controllable.

Ironically, VMRO, having been in power for the past 11 years, has succumbed to many Western demands to the detriment of Macedonia, but was viewed as “nationalist” because it wouldn’t change Macedonia’s name.

To quote Seinfeld, quoting Superman, what kind of bizarro world do we live in?

Would any other country even engage in such a discussion?

Would any other country be pressured to engage in such a discussion? In the past few months, the Macedonian government decided to stand up to the West, in other words, to heed MHRMI’s advice.

Too little, too late.

Now, it seems, like the fate of Macedonia rests in the hands of an American-enabled 10 percent minority population whose public goal is the destruction of Macedonia in the name of Greater Albania.


More like pathetic.

Macedonian politicians, you have no right to play with our country’s name and the ethnic origin of our people. Current citizens of a country do not have the right to change an age-old nationality.

As MHRMI’s Our Name Is Macedonia campaign says, “Who Gave You the Right to Negotiate Our Name?”

We told you that the West is treating you exactly how you’re asking to be treated.

If you do not stand up for yourself, do you think they will?

Take advantage of Macedonians living abroad, who know how the West thinks, and who vehemently defend Macedonia more than any of its politicians ever have. Our Name Is Macedonia and we are Macedonian.

Wake up.

Bill Nicholov is the president of the Macedonian Human Rights Movement International.
“There’s a time when the operation of the machine becomes so odious, makes you so sick at heart, that you can’t take part, you can’t even passively take part, and you’ve got to put your bodies upon the gears and upon the wheels, upon the levers, upon all the apparatus and you’ve got to make it stop, and you’ve got to indicate to the people who run it, to the people who own it, that unless you’re free, the machine will be prevented from working at all” - Mario Savio
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Old 05-28-2017, 08:14 PM   #2
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Because when you play the game of Macedonia ......

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Old 05-29-2017, 06:55 AM   #3
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I used to share Bill's assessment once. In fact, it would be right IF Macedonian politicians actually cared about Macedonia. It would also be accurate IF the Macedonian people in Macedonia cared about their own future. The problem is that both these assumptions are fundamentally wrong, making the assessment wrong as well.

Neither Macedonian politicians nor the broader public care about their own futures or their country. Words like sovereignty, dignity, and self-determination to them are just that - words. These people are peasants. They think and act like peasants. Peasants have masters who command their lives in exchange for the absolute minimal level of subsistence. And the peasants are grateful for this because they are able to relinquish the responsibility of taking care of themselves.

They hate it when we tell them how to free themselves because they hate freedom. They fear freedom. They avoid it like the plague. They're quite happy where they are and that is why they resist us when we plead with them to break free - because that would mean responsibility, hard work and accountability. Why take on that burden when you don't even have to think for yourself - you just get told what to do, when to do it and how to think. And the best part of all - you mooch a measly existence out of your master.
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