"Dritte Halbzeit" bulgarische EU Abgeordnete protestieren gegen mazedonischen Film!
Erstellt von Zoran, 31.10.2011, 11:58 Uhr · 85 Antworten · 15.848 Aufrufe
Weil der Trailer über die makedonische Geschichte so geil ist
Zitat von Paokara90
Cepreganov: Bulgaria must apologize for WW2
'Scientists' in Sofia are requesting that Skopje accept that in the past the two peoples had the same roots which was severed after World War II. Macedonian historians say that any discussion with Sofia is possible only when their Bulgarian counterparts treat them as Macedonians with different culture, history, language and heritage.
Bulgaria's fourth largest trade partner of Macedonia. According to statistics, the two countries last year exchanged goods worth over 760 million U.S. dollars, of which 307 million were Macedonian exports. The good economic cooperation is not bothered by strict and very formal political relations strained by Sofia's position that the Macedonian language had Bulgarian roots. There are almost no communications between academic historians from both sides.
"Can you imagine the sorts of problems between Germany and France and their history, but they managed to clear it all for 10 years. They have a joint history book released to schools in both countries. The same such effort is currently being made between Germany and Poland. Anything is possible, but only when you sit as equal partners, "says Todor Cepreganov, director of the Institute of National History of Macedonia. According to him, in the case of the eastern neighbor, there will be no discussions until Sofia recognizes the distinctiveness of the Macedonian nation, language and culture.
Historians in Sofia, says Cepreganov, prefer to impose their interpretation of certain events in the past.
"It is simple. Bulgarians in particular need to apologize for everything they did to the Macedonian people during the Second World War, for what they did to our Jewish population. Bulgarian state needs to apologize, while their people must face their own history and everything they did during that history. "
Professor Cepreganov participated in a Balkan research project ten years ago. Macedonian, Albanian and Bulgarian historians prepared a joint guide to history events in the three Balkan countries in the period from 1944 to 2000. There are different interpretations in the book without conclusions that students themselves should draw.
Official Sofia, with their own view on history
Despite Macedonian partisans battling more against the Bulgarian Army than the Germans, official Sofia sees their involvement in WW2 as "liberators", not occupiers.
"Why were Ivan Mihailov memoires published in Bulgarian in 1950-1970? Shall we say this is a scientific question of cultural activities between our two nations?" says Trendafil Mitev, a Director at the "Macedonian Scientific Institute" in Sofia.
The historian, however, has softened stance on what is taught in Bulgarian history textbooks (since 1996) that Macedonians are Bulgarians.
"Let me be clear. Nobody in Bulgaria wants to impose the current generation in Macedonia how they should feel. But the dead ancestors need to be protected. For the great truth that by the end of 1944, the majority of Christian population in Macedonia spoke in Bulgarian language. Both nations have the same roots and rich history but sadly politics separated the two permanently, "said Mitev.
Political Party donor to Mitev's "Macedonian Scientific Institute"
Among the donors of the Macedonian Scientific Institute in Sofia are ultranationalist VMRO-BND (Bulgarian National Movement) by Krasimir Karakachanov who are notorious for sending party activists to prevent Macedonians in Bulgaria from commemorating various events. The involvement of VMRO-BND makes official the collaboration between political parties and scientific organizations.
Propaganda and "statistics"
It is often said that in the Balkans, politics and science go together. This was particularly felt by Micov Stefan Vlahov. After 23 years of working as a professor at Sophia University, he was fired by the University for having "pro-Macedonian" positions.
After being shunned by every University in BG, Professor Micov moved to Macedonia, obtained a Macedonian citizenship and was recently employed at the Institute of National History in Skopje. He explains why Bulgaria is afraid to admit reality.
"Bulgaria is propagating some sort of 'national country' where there are no Macedonian people. The fear, just like in Athens is that if they stop doing what they are doing, the entire platform would collapse like a deck of cards,"says Micov Vlahov.
Why Bulgarian media are so busy with Macedonia?
While Macedonian media hardly ever mentions Bulgaria, article after article is being written on Macedonia on daily basis. Georgi Koritarov, an experienced television journalist from Sofia, says it is good to know more, but the method is wrong.
"What is happening for a while now is an attempt to re-produce some old stereotypes of thinking. Agreed, there was none of this in the past, it started when Macedonia became independent. Hypotheses are introduced which are no longer relevant, nor for contemporary international relations, nor the modern European system we are trying to implement to the Balkans, or for the integration processes that Bulgaria supports," says Koritarov.
Bulgarian State TV banned a reporter from speaking
Recently there were reactions by politicians in Macedonia because of statements Ljubco Georgievski and architect Miroslav Grcev gave to BTV. Their statements were viewed by official Skopje as unprofessional and anti Macedonian. However when Macedonian journalists probed BTV why was Macedonia so attractive for Bulgarian reporters, BTV ordered their journalists not to speak to Macedonian colleagues citing certain BTV 'rules'.
Neighborly historical and political dilemmas seem have effect on certain groups of citizens in both countries. Bulgaria does not recognize the Macedonian minority and refuses to register the party OMO Ilinden-Pirin.
OMO Ilinden Pirin & Radko
Bulgaria has refused to register a Macedonian political party for decades even when an official order came from a Strasbourg Court that Sofia must register OMO Ilinden Pirin.
The Bulgarian Secret Service is heavily utilized in disrupting any activities of OMO Ilinden Pirin.
The same can be said for Radko. Macedonia following Sofia tactics will also not register a Bulgarian political party on its territory.
Though despite cold political ties, both official Skopje and Sofia allowed the opening of a "Culturan Information Center". This shows when politics can be moved aside, things can happen without much fuss on both sides.
Darko Mitrevski's film "Third Half" has stirred official Sofia so much, they have protested at the EU!!!
It's the second time (Greece was the first) a country protests a movie at EU level. Bulgarian audience claimed the film "Third Half" spreaded hate speech, while Mitrevski responded that holocaust deniers may interpret his movie differently.(mehr über den Film HIER)
Wird er auch mal auf deutsch übersetzt?
Zitat von benni1
Ich hoffe doch stark auf ne deutsche Übersetzung.
Premiere auf dem Manaki Brothers Film Fest
Macedonian films to open, close Manaki Brothers festival
Skopje, 8 May 2012 (MIA) - International cinematographers' film festival "Manaki Brothers" will open and close with Macedonian film premieres. "The Third Half" of Darko Mitrevski will open the Bitola festival on September 15, while Aleksandar Popovski's "The Balkans is not Dead" will close the event on September 21.
Festival director Labina Mitevska said at Tuesday's press conference that the programme would be completed by the end of May, whereas this year's motto is "Keep on Creating".
"We are launching another exciting edition of one of the most significant events in Macedonia. The idea we want to transmit this year to our faithful followers is that one of the most essential thing of every creator is to continue to create, be a creator in the true sense of the word. Manaki brothers represent exactly what we want to promote - creative, always first on the right place and at the right time", said Mitevska.
The two Macedonian films are produced by "Kino Oko". Producer Robert Naskov and "The Third Half" director Mitrevski attended the press conference.
They expect Bitola to bring them luck similar to that of film "Bal-Can-Can", which toppled audience records for a Macedonian film after its premiere in the city.
"I am happy when a Macedonian film is screened at the Manaki Brothers festival. This year the situation is suited for history, because two Macedonian films are here", said Naskov.
Director Mitrevski said his first film "Svetlo Sivo", created alongside Aleksandar Popovski and Srdjan Janicijevic, was shown at the 1993 Manaki Brothers festival.
"That was the first performance of the two directors, and here we are, 19 years later, when one opens and the other closes the festival. In the meantime, we have grown and got older, whereas the festival has just grown and is now a big event, significant for Macedonia and the region", emphasized Mitrevski.
die bulgaren nutzen die eu mitgiedschaft aus in dem sie in deutschland angemeldete fahrzeuge so tarnen als wären sie türken auf der durchreise durch bulgarien und täuschen pannen vor umso anhaltende hilfsbereite türken auszurauben.
Hier z.B. Tarnungstyp A:
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