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Alexander der Große ein Albaner?

Erstellt von Albanesi2, 15.05.2005, 22:13 Uhr · 781 Antworten · 52.906 Aufrufe

  1. #61
    Mare-Car
    Zitat Zitat von Albanesi2
    Zitat Zitat von radeon
    tralallaaa
    lulululullulululu
    Deine Signatur:
    signatur wurde von albanesi2 entfernt! lupo[/img]

    Aufruf zu Völkermord, Vertreibung und Angriffskrieg. Laut Grundgesetz der BUndesrepublik Deutschland verboten und Strafbar!

    Überlegs dir.

  2. #62
    Mare-Car
    Übrigens, weisst du wie lange ihr davon träumen könnt? Im Kosovo wurde Eure angriffsterroristen geschlagen, In Mazedonien, im Presevo tal, in montenegro wirds nich anders laufen. Fordern sogar gebiete die ein albaner nie gesehen hat

    Kleiner, das ist übrigens mahnung 2 von mir an dich, Lupo wird sie dir zustellen. Bei Mahnung drei wirds konsequenzen geben.

  3. #63
    Avatar von Schiptar

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    Ich finde es eine Frechheit, solche Bilder zu benutzen (...die gleiche Frechheit, wie wenn Serben hier Bilder reinsetzen, in denen die scheiß RSK auftaucht...):
    signatur wurde entfernt von albanesi2 damit ist es erledigt, danke lupof[/img]
    Hands off Macedonia!

  4. #64
    Zitat Zitat von Schiptar
    Ich finde es eine Frechheit, solche Bilder zu benutzen (...die gleiche Frechheit, wie wenn Serben hier Bilder reinsetzen, in denen die scheiß RSK auftaucht...):
    signatur wurde enfernt, lupo[/img]
    Hands off Macedonia!
    Ist es nicht Zeit für deinen tee Brite.

    Geh und misch dich nicht in angelegeneheiten des balkan. Der der keine Ahnung hier hat bist du und deine slawischen freunde.

    Bald wird es so aussehen, mit hilfe von Amerika, Kosovo ist schon unter uns.
    signatur wurde entfernt: lupo/img]

    Have a nice tea time

  5. #65
    Avatar von Sousuke-Sagara

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    Zitat Zitat von Albanesi2
    http://albhistory.netfirms.com/famousalbanians-alexander.html

    There are few places where Alexander the Great's influence has not been felt. His vast empire spread from the Atlantic shores of Spain to the plains of India. His example has been admired and followed for generations to come, and his legacy has been deeply felt by the entire world. It is said that Julius Ceaser himself began to weep as he stood under the shadow of a statue of Alexander the Great, for Alexander had conquered half the world by 19, and Ceaser not even made a name for himself by that age.
    And how was he Albanian in any way? Well, first of all Alexander was son of Philip II and Olympia. Olympia, was the princess of Epirus, a province in Northern Greece, considered to be modern day Albania, and an ancient territory of Albanian tribes. This relation of Alexander having Albanian blood is considered somewhat feasible and acceptable by the history books, but we want to stretch out the enigma of Alexander.
    Initially there is the question of where and to what people Alexander belonged to. It is known that Alexander the Great, was really Alexander of Macedon, and the current flag of Macedonia is the ancient sun flag of Alexander's army. This seems reasonable, but what really were the "Macedon" people. As stated in the Compton's Interactive Encyclopedia, "the Slavs, occupied much of the area [Balkans] by the 6th century AD", so it cannot be possible for the now largely Slavic Macedonia to be a descendant from Alexander the Great. Slavic tribes did not come into the region of Northern Greece until well after Alexander's death, which leaves only two people left, the Albanians and the Greeks. It is important tot note that the history books have not labeled Alexander Greek, and therefore he can only be Albanian. Albanian tribes are the earliest known to occupy northern Greece, and that allows Alexander only one nationality. Alexander did not have Albanian blood, he was an Albanian. To Albanians this fact seems very clear, for we have named our currency lek, after Leka I Madh.
    The Barbaric war style of the Illyrians was deeply rooted in Alexander's spirit, which is good reason for his expertise as a general and a conqueror.
    More proof of Alexander's Albanian ancestry would have to be the close relations he had with the King of the Illyrians, practically a man of his own kin. There is an ancient legend that the Illyrian king gave Alexander a large, beastly, dog to commemorate his achievements. The beast was so ferocious, Alexander decided to make it hunt bears. The dog showed no interest in this endeavor and lay lazily without moving. This angered Alexander and he had the dog killed. When the king of the Illyrians heard of this he sent him another dog, this time with a message of "not wasting the dog's time with small things". This time Alexander had the dog fight a lion, which the dog quickly broke the back of, and then an Elephant, who the dog forced off a cliff. The extensive diplomacy between Alexander and the Illyrians only suggests that Alexander was an Albanian himself.
    Also, there is the conquered territory of Alexander. When looking at a map of his advances, oddly enough Illirium and Northern Greece is not touched by his armies. Yet, the Illyrian and Northern Greek tribes did not have armies capable of facing the Great Alexander. But Alexander considered them as one, they were all Albanian. Alexander could not possibly conquer his own land. That is why this area remained untouched.
    Accepting Alexander's Albanian ancestry opens a vast world of possibilities. There is of course the long Ptolemy dynasty of Egypt that followed after Alexander's death, started by one of Alexander's generals and childhood friend. Accepting Alexander as an Albanian, would mean accepting a big part of Egypt's history to be determined by an Albanian dynasty, that of Ptolemy.
    Alexander's genius and accomplishments opened a great chapter in the history of Albania. A chapter that has never been forgotten.
    Reichen dir die ganzen albanischen Märchen über den Kosovo und deine 150000 Toten nicht mehr als Wichsvorlage aus?

    Zitat Zitat von Athleti_Christi
    Bald wird es so aussehen, mit hilfe von Amerika, Kosovo ist schon unter uns.
    signatur wurde entfernt lupof[/img]

    Have a nice tea time
    Hobre, das glaubst du doch wohl selbst nicht!

  6. #66
    Zitat Zitat von Heishiro_Mitsurugic
    Zitat Zitat von Albanesi2
    http://albhistory.netfirms.com/famousalbanians-alexander.html

    There are few places where Alexander the Great's influence has not been felt. His vast empire spread from the Atlantic shores of Spain to the plains of India. His example has been admired and followed for generations to come, and his legacy has been deeply felt by the entire world. It is said that Julius Ceaser himself began to weep as he stood under the shadow of a statue of Alexander the Great, for Alexander had conquered half the world by 19, and Ceaser not even made a name for himself by that age.
    And how was he Albanian in any way? Well, first of all Alexander was son of Philip II and Olympia. Olympia, was the princess of Epirus, a province in Northern Greece, considered to be modern day Albania, and an ancient territory of Albanian tribes. This relation of Alexander having Albanian blood is considered somewhat feasible and acceptable by the history books, but we want to stretch out the enigma of Alexander.
    Initially there is the question of where and to what people Alexander belonged to. It is known that Alexander the Great, was really Alexander of Macedon, and the current flag of Macedonia is the ancient sun flag of Alexander's army. This seems reasonable, but what really were the "Macedon" people. As stated in the Compton's Interactive Encyclopedia, "the Slavs, occupied much of the area [Balkans] by the 6th century AD", so it cannot be possible for the now largely Slavic Macedonia to be a descendant from Alexander the Great. Slavic tribes did not come into the region of Northern Greece until well after Alexander's death, which leaves only two people left, the Albanians and the Greeks. It is important tot note that the history books have not labeled Alexander Greek, and therefore he can only be Albanian. Albanian tribes are the earliest known to occupy northern Greece, and that allows Alexander only one nationality. Alexander did not have Albanian blood, he was an Albanian. To Albanians this fact seems very clear, for we have named our currency lek, after Leka I Madh.
    The Barbaric war style of the Illyrians was deeply rooted in Alexander's spirit, which is good reason for his expertise as a general and a conqueror.
    More proof of Alexander's Albanian ancestry would have to be the close relations he had with the King of the Illyrians, practically a man of his own kin. There is an ancient legend that the Illyrian king gave Alexander a large, beastly, dog to commemorate his achievements. The beast was so ferocious, Alexander decided to make it hunt bears. The dog showed no interest in this endeavor and lay lazily without moving. This angered Alexander and he had the dog killed. When the king of the Illyrians heard of this he sent him another dog, this time with a message of "not wasting the dog's time with small things". This time Alexander had the dog fight a lion, which the dog quickly broke the back of, and then an Elephant, who the dog forced off a cliff. The extensive diplomacy between Alexander and the Illyrians only suggests that Alexander was an Albanian himself.
    Also, there is the conquered territory of Alexander. When looking at a map of his advances, oddly enough Illirium and Northern Greece is not touched by his armies. Yet, the Illyrian and Northern Greek tribes did not have armies capable of facing the Great Alexander. But Alexander considered them as one, they were all Albanian. Alexander could not possibly conquer his own land. That is why this area remained untouched.
    Accepting Alexander's Albanian ancestry opens a vast world of possibilities. There is of course the long Ptolemy dynasty of Egypt that followed after Alexander's death, started by one of Alexander's generals and childhood friend. Accepting Alexander as an Albanian, would mean accepting a big part of Egypt's history to be determined by an Albanian dynasty, that of Ptolemy.
    Alexander's genius and accomplishments opened a great chapter in the history of Albania. A chapter that has never been forgotten.
    Reichen dir die ganzen albanischen Märchen über den Kosovo und deine 150000 Toten nicht mehr als Wichsvorlage aus?

    Zitat Zitat von Athleti_Christi
    Bald wird es so aussehen, mit hilfe von Amerika, Kosovo ist schon unter uns.


    Have a nice tea time
    Hobre, das glaubst du doch wohl selbst nicht!
    doch ich glaube das.

    Was für wichsvorlage? e was lallst du da, komm, werde mal realist.

  7. #67
    Mare-Car
    Zitat Zitat von Schiptar
    Ich finde es eine Frechheit, solche Bilder zu benutzen (...die gleiche Frechheit, wie wenn Serben hier Bilder reinsetzen, in denen die scheiß RSK auftaucht...):
    Hands off Macedonia!
    Tut doch keiner, oder? Und selbst wenn wird er meist selbst von dne serben maßgeregelt!

    Ps
    an monsieur schweinebacke, ach sorry...stimmt ja...das kommt nur wegen der kamera so rüber , davon kannst du wie schon gesagt träumen. In ein paar Jahren wacht ihr aus eurem traum auf und merkt das ihr nichts mehr habt. Viel spaß bei der konfrontation mit der realität.

  8. #68

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    Ruhe , in denn hinteren Reihen.

    Was habt ihr zu melden....?

  9. #69
    Mare-Car
    Zitat Zitat von Albanesi2
    Ruhe , in denn hinteren Reihen.

    Was habt ihr zu melden....?
    Kannst du nich antworten und deshalb diese billigen sprüche?

    Bei weitem mehr als du haben wir zu melden, frechdachs.

  10. #70
    Zitat Zitat von Mare-Car
    Zitat Zitat von Schiptar
    Ich finde es eine Frechheit, solche Bilder zu benutzen (...die gleiche Frechheit, wie wenn Serben hier Bilder reinsetzen, in denen die scheiß RSK auftaucht...):
    Hands off Macedonia!
    Tut doch keiner, oder? Und selbst wenn wird er meist selbst von dne serben maßgeregelt!

    Ps
    an monsieur schweinebacke, ach sorry...stimmt ja...das kommt nur wegen der kamera so rüber , davon kannst du wie schon gesagt träumen. In ein paar Jahren wacht ihr aus eurem traum auf und merkt das ihr nichts mehr habt. Viel spaß bei der konfrontation mit der realität.

    Schweine Backe? Komm wenigstens habe ich Leben im meinem Gesicht nicht wie dein bleiches gesicht, du vampir, geh dich vollsaufen mit deinen augenringen.

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