Tuesday, June 29, 2010

I am Macedonian

One of our biggest God given rights is to declare our selves for who we are.


Unfortunately, some of us don't have that right.


Check out the video, and you will find out, what are Macedonians going through their history, and what is their presence like. 


One name, one love, one Macedonia.

Sunday, June 27, 2010

Tose Proeski - Guilty (official video)

One of the best songs by Tose Proeski released post-mortem. This song was part of the album "The Hardest Thing".

Toše Proeski (Macedonian: Тоше Проески), born January 25, 1981 (Prilep) – died October 16, 2007 (Nova Gradiška), was a Macedonian multi-genre singer, songwriter and composer. 


He was popular across the entire Balkan and further north, and locally he was considered a top act of the Macedonian music scene. 


Proeski was known for his strong vocal performances and trademark quote "Ve sakam site" (I Love You All). He died in a car crash in Croatia on October 16, 2007. He was baried in his home town of Krusevo


The government organized an official state funeral for Proeski, which was held October 17, 2007, including military honour ceremonies by the Honor Guard Unit of the Macedonian army, such as a honor guard, a military orchestra and a honorary rifle salute.



Albums
 - Nekade Vo Nokta(Macedonian language) (1999)
 - Sinot Božji (Macedonian language)(2000)
 - Ako Me Pogledneš Vo Oči (Macedonian language version) /Ako Me Pogledaš U Oči (Serbian language version) (2002)
 - Den Za Nas (Macedonian language version) /Dan Za Nas (Serbian language version) (2004)
 - Po tebe (Macedonian language version)/Pratim Te (Serbian language version) (2005)
 - Božilak (Traditional Macedonian folk songs) (2006)
 - Igri bez granici (Macedonian language version) /Igra Bez Granica (Croatian language version) (2007)
 - The Hardest Thing (2009) [post mortem] (English version)
 - Tose i prijatelji (album) (2010) [post mortem][Balkan language version] 

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

"Macedonia for Macedonians" rally 1922 in the USA

This video is from a rally in United States, organized by the Macedonian commune.


Even though some people say that Macedonians are new, artificial nation, without past, a nation created after World War II, this shows the movement of the Macedonians in 1922.


Macedonian community in the United States of America got organized in 1922 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Since then, this organization (MPO) and all the other organization of the Macedonians, in some period were usurped by people who were spreading mainly Bulgarian, and sometimes Greek propaganda. 


Through the years, most of the neighboring Balkan countries, tried to usurp Macedonian history and identity, and by doing that to cover up the segregation of the Macedonians after the Balkan Wars in 1912 - 1913. Let us not forget the genocide over the Macedonian population in Kingdom of Yugoslavia, Bulgaria and Greece in the twenties and the thirties, especially in Greece during and after the Greek civil war 1946 - 1449 .


Macedonians strongly set themselves on the idea of having their own country. Since 8th of September 1991, that idea became reality. Republic of Macedonia is a motherland for all the Macedonians around the world and strength that holds them together.


MACEDONIA FOR MACEDONIAN. UNITED MACEDONIA!

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Learn Macedonian on line

It is estimated that there are approximately one million Macedonian descendants around the world, who don't know their mother tongue.

Finally, there is a chance for them to learn their language, and find out more about their mother land on English, or German.

I hope that this web site, will also help the tourist who plan to visit Republic of Macedonia, to learn more about her and maybe few words.

Check out the web:

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Sculptures in the city center Vol.2

Almost two moths ago I had a post with some of the sculptures in the city center of Skopje, Republic of Macedonia.

Here are some of the other statues that you can see, if you visit our capital. Visit Skopje, visit Macedonia.