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Makedonische Minderheit in GR fordert Einführung der makedonischen Sprache

Erstellt von Zoran, 02.04.2013, 10:44 Uhr · 1.051 Antworten · 38.158 Aufrufe

  1. #701
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    Zitat Zitat von ZX 7R Beitrag anzeigen
    Ich hab einen anderen Link gepostet. Ich könnte ihn nun auch 100000 mal posten, wo ihr mit keiner Silbe erwähnt werdet. Vielleicht hat das ja was mit dem "anderen" Zoran zu tun.


    Aber mal zurück zur Eurac......



    Sie wurde 1992 als privatrechtlicher Verein gegründet und hat ihren Sitz in Bozen (Südtirol, Italien).




    Merkst was?




    Die EURAC-Forschungsthemen sind aus Südtiroler Bedürfnissen heraus entstanden. Ursprünglich umfasste das Themenspektrum daher die Bereiche:





    So so aus südtiroler Bedürfnissen.


    http://www.google.de/url?sa=t&rct=j&...48705608,d.ZWU

    Wo liegt dein Problem? Du hast doch die EURAC Seite selbst gepostet. Jetzt gefällts dir nicht das dort in dem Länderspezifischen Bericht über Makedonien steht, dass eine makedonische Minderheit in GR lebt.

    Da interessieren mich die Südtiroler Bedürfnisse, mit Verlaub-ich mein das nur für hier, einen Scheißdreck.

    Aber da ja EURAC Privat ist, kannst du ja auch den UN Bericht dir mal durchlesen, ein-zwei Beiträge übe dir verlinkt.


    Pozdrav

  2. #702
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    Zitat Zitat von Zoran Beitrag anzeigen
    Wo liegt dein Problem? Du hast doch die EURAC Seite selbst gepostet. Jetzt gefällts dir nicht das dort in dem Länderspezifischen Bericht über Makedonien steht, dass eine makedonische Minderheit in GR lebt.

    Da interessieren mich die Südtiroler Bedürfnisse, mit Verlaub-ich mein das nur für hier, einen Scheißdreck.

    Aber da ja EURAC Privat ist, kannst du ja auch den UN Bericht dir mal durchlesen, ein-zwei Beiträge übe dir verlinkt.


    Pozdrav

    Ich hab nicht diese EURAC seite gepostet, sondern ne Ankündigung von der EURAC eines Filmes im November 2012.

    Den Zoranbericht von der EURAC haste selbst gepostet.

  3. #703
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    Zitat Zitat von ZX 7R Beitrag anzeigen
    Ich hab nicht diese EURAC seite gepostet, sondern ne Ankündigung von der EURAC eines Filmes im November 2012.

    Den Zoranbericht von der EURAC haste selbst gepostet.

    Der Bericht ist ja dort auf der Seite, also wo liegt dein Problem?

    Der Eurac Bericht stimmt mit dem der UN über ein, also was ist jetzt gewichtiger. Deine Fehlinterpretation für die Ankündigung, oder die Berichte?


    Pozdrav

  4. #704
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    Zitat Zitat von Zoran Beitrag anzeigen
    Der Bericht ist ja dort auf der Seite, also wo liegt dein Problem?

    Der Eurac Bericht stimmt mit dem der UN über ein, also was ist jetzt gewichtiger. Deine Fehlinterpretation für die Ankündigung, oder die Berichte?


    Pozdrav


    Na wie wird Euer Staat bei der UNO genannt?


    Ich finde es seltsam, dass auf einer Seite ein Bericht Deines Namensvetters steht und auf der anderen Seite kein Mucks über Euch erwähnt.

  5. #705
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    Zitat Zitat von ZX 7R Beitrag anzeigen
    Intressant intressant, haste mal den Verfasser von deinem EURAC Bericht Dir angeschaut?







    und siehe da......











    Zoran? Bist des Du?




    Anhang 43076
    Panepistimio afto to orgio?Mi heso.xaxaxaxa

  6. #706
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    Zitat Zitat von Zoran Beitrag anzeigen
    Er war Makedone, so wie ich.

    Ganz einfach. Er hieß ja Alexander von Makedonien, und nicht von Griechenland. Weiß doch jedes Kind.

    Pozdrav



    Ergo war Alexandros' Muttersprache Jugoslawisch? Das muss aber eine ganz neue wissenschaftliche Erkenntnis sein. Offenbare mir doch endlich mal die tausenden "südslawischen Sprachzeugnisse" aus Alexandros' Zeitalter, da bin ich aber sehr gespannt die zu sehen.

    Heraclius

  7. #707
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    Zitat Zitat von Zoran Beitrag anzeigen
    Schwachsinn, wie wir auf den vorherigen Seiten sehen konnten, anhand Berichte der EURac (unter mithilfe von zX Blechbüchse) und der UN, wird dort von Makedonier und makedonischer Minderheit gesprochen.

    Also träum weiter.

    Pozdrav
    Was juckt es mich denn wie irgendwelche europäischen Eierköpfe euch bezeichen? Die könnten euch auch als Gottes Volk höchstpersönlich bezeichen und trotzdem würde das nichts an euren jugoslawischen Ursprüngen ändern. Im Gegensatz zu FYROMs Regierung müssen wir uns unsere Legitimation nicht erbetteln und erkaufen sondern sind souverän in unserer Selbstbetrachtung.

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    Zitat Zitat von Yunan Beitrag anzeigen
    Was juckt es mich denn wie irgendwelche europäischen Eierköpfe euch bezeichen? Die könnten euch auch als Gottes Volk höchstpersönlich bezeichen und trotzdem würde das nichts an euren jugoslawischen Ursprüngen ändern. Im Gegensatz zu FYROMs Regierung müssen wir uns unsere Legitimation nicht erbetteln und erkaufen sondern sind souverän in unserer Selbstbetrachtung.

    Sie könnten sich disneyland nennen......und die eu würde es akzeptieren,weil sie kein interesse an kulturerbe haben.Das einzige was der eu wichtig ist,
    ist der euro und neu märkte....auch wenn sie so klein sind wie fyrom.
    Die Historiker sind sich über fyrom und zoran einig
    Die letzte zwei.....könnten vom lachen her sehr ähnlich sein......das gleiche habe ich damals mit hipo gemacht...wenn ich die akademische quelle zoran hineinzog

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    Zitat Zitat von Heraclius Beitrag anzeigen
    Ergo war Alexandros' Muttersprache Jugoslawisch? Das muss aber eine ganz neue wissenschaftliche Erkenntnis sein. Offenbare mir doch endlich mal die tausenden "südslawischen Sprachzeugnisse" aus Alexandros' Zeitalter, da bin ich aber sehr gespannt die zu sehen.

    Heraclius
    Gott bist du nervig, hast du etwa deinen Wikipedia Link vergessen wo stand wessen Muttersprache er sprach sei zweifelhaft/unbekannt?



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    Zitat Zitat von Yunan Beitrag anzeigen
    Was juckt es mich denn wie irgendwelche europäischen Eierköpfe euch bezeichen? Die könnten euch auch als Gottes Volk höchstpersönlich bezeichen und trotzdem würde das nichts an euren jugoslawischen Ursprüngen ändern. Im Gegensatz zu FYROMs Regierung müssen wir uns unsere Legitimation nicht erbetteln und erkaufen sondern sind souverän in unserer Selbstbetrachtung.

    "Europäer".

    Also die EURAC Europäer hat dein Kumpane Blechbüchse gepostet. Ich hab die "Europäer" aus der UN Namens Gay () McIrgendwas zitiert bzw verlinkt.

    Refworld | Report of the Independent Expert on Minority Issues, Gay McDougall : addendum : mission to Greece (8-16 September 2008)

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    Richard Neudecker, PD of Classical Archaeology, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Rom (Italy)
    James M.L. Newhard, Associate Professor of Classics, College of Charleston (USA)
    Carole E. Newlands, Professor of Classics, University of Wisconsin, Madison (USA)
    Andrew G. Nichols, Visiting Lecturer of Classics, University of Florida (USA)
    Jessica L. Nitschke, Assistant Professor of Classics, Georgetown University (USA)
    John Maxwell O'Brien, Professor of History, Queens College, City University of New York (USA)
    James J. O'Hara, Paddison Professor of Latin, The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (USA)
    Martin Ostwald, Professor of Classics (ret.), Swarthmore College and Professor of Classical Studies (ret.), University of Pennsylvania (USA)
    Olga Palagia, Professor of Classical Archaeology, University of Athens (Greece)
    Beata M. Kitsikis Panagopoulos, Professor of Art History, Retired, San Jose State University, Caifornia (USA)
    Christos Panayides, Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Nicosia, (Cyprus)
    Vassiliki Panoussi, Associate Professor of Classical Studies, The College of William and Mary (USA)
    Maria C. Pantelia, Professor of Classics, University of California, Irvine (USA)
    Pantos A.Pantos, Adjunct Faculty, Department of History, Archaeology and Social Anthropology, University of Thessaly (Greece)
    Eleni Papaefthymiou, Curator of the Numismatic Collection of the Foundation of the Hellenic World (Greece)
    Maria Papaioannou, Assistant Professor in Classical Archaeology, University of New Brunswick (Canada)
    Anthony J. Papalas, Professor of Ancient History, East Carolina University (USA)
    Nassos Papalexandrou, Associate Professor, The University of Texas at Austin (USA)
    Polyvia Parara, Visiting Assistant Professor of Greek Language and Civilization, Department of Classics, Georgetown University (USA)
    Richard W. Parker, Associate Professor of Classics, Brock University (Canada)
    Robert Parker, Wykeham Professor of Ancient History, New College, Oxford (UK)
    Robert J. Penella, Professor and Chairman, Classics, Fordham University (USA)
    Anastasia-Erasmia Peponi, Associate Professor of Classics, Stanford University (USA)
    Jacques Perreault, Professor of Greek archaeology, Universite de Montreal, Quebec (Canada)
    Patrick Pfeil, magister artium Universität Leipzig, Alte Geschichte (Germany)
    Edward A. Phillips, Professor of Classics at Grinnell College (USA)
    Yanis Pikoulas, Associate Professor of Ancient Greek History, University of Thessaly (Greece)
    Lefteris Platon, Assistant Professor of Archaeology, University of Athens (Greece)
    John Pollini, Professor of Classical Art & Archaeology, University of Southern California (USA)
    David Potter, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Greek and Latin. The University of Michigan (USA)
    Daniel Potts, Edwin Cuthbert Hall Professor of Middle Eastern Archaeology, University of Sydney (Australia)
    Robert L. Pounder, Professor Emeritus of Classics, Vassar College (USA)
    Nikolaos Poulopoulos, Assistant Professor in History and Chair in Modern Greek Studies, McGill University (Canada)
    Selene Psoma, Senior Lecturer of Ancient History, University of Athens (Greece)
    William H. Race, George L. Paddison Professor of Classics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (USA)
    John T. Ramsey, Professor of Classics, University of Illinois at Chicago (USA)
    Christian R. Raschle, Assistant Professor of Roman History, Centre d’Etudes Classiques & Departement d'Histoire, Université de Montreal (Canada)
    Karl Reber, Professor of Classical Archaeology, University of Lausanne (Switzerland)
    Gary Reger, Professor of History Trinity College, Connecticut (USA)
    Rush Rehm, Professor of Classics and Drama, Stanford University (USA)
    Heather L. Reid, Professor of Philosophy, Morningside College (USA)
    Christoph Reusser, Professor of Classical Archaeology, University of Zürich (Switzerland)
    Werner Riess, Associate Professor of Classics, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (USA)
    Dr Tracey E Rihll, Senior lecturer, Department of Classics, Ancient History and Egyptology, Swansea University ( Wales, UK)
    Robert H. Rivkin, Ancient Studies Department, University of Maryland Baltimore County (USA)
    Walter M. Roberts III, Assistant Professor of Classics, University of Vermont (USA)
    Barbara Saylor Rodgers, Professor of Classics, The University of Vermont (USA)
    Robert H. Rodgers. Lyman-Roberts Professor of Classical Languages and Literature, University of Vermont (USA)
    Guy MacLean Rogers, Kemper Professor of Classics and History, Wellesley College (USA)
    Roberto Romano, professore di ruolo (II level) di Civiltà bizantina e Storia bizantina, Università "Federico II" di Napoli (Italy)
    Nathan Rosenstein, Professor of Ancient History, The Ohio State University (USA)
    John C. Rouman, Professor Emeritus of Classics, University of New Hampshire, (USA)
    Dr. James Roy, Reader in Greek History (retired), University of Nottingham (UK)
    Steven H. Rutledge, Associate Professor of Classics, Department of Classics, University of Maryland, College Park (USA)
    Daniel J. Sahas, Professor Emeritus, University of Waterloo (Canada)
    Christina A. Salowey, Associate Professor of Classics, Hollins University (USA)
    Pierre Sanchez, Professor of Ancient History, University of Geneva (Switzerland)
    Theodore Scaltsas, Professor of Ancient Greek Philosophy, University of Edinburgh (UK)
    Thomas F. Scanlon, Professor of Classics, University of California, Riverside (USA)
    Thomas Schäfer, Professor, Institut für Klassische Archäologie, Universität Tübingen (Germany)
    Bernhard Schmaltz, Prof. Dr. Archäologisches Institut der CAU, Kiel (Germany)
    Prof. Dr. Andras Schmidt-Colinet, Professor of Classical Archaeology, University of Vienna (Austria)
    Robert C. Schmiel, Prof. Emeritus of Greek & Roman Studies, University of Calgary (Canada)
    Rolf M. Schneider, Professor of Classical Archaeology, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (Germany)
    Joseph B. Scholten, PhD, Associate Director, Office of International Programs/Affiliate Assoc. Prof. of Classics, University of Maryland, College Park (USA)
    Peter Scholz, Professor of Ancient History and Culture, University of Stuttgart (Germany)
    Christof Schuler, director, Commission for Ancient History and Epigraphy of the German Archaeological Institute, Munich (Germany)
    Paul D. Scotton, Assoociate Professor Classical Archaeology and Classics, California State University Long Beach (USA)
    Danuta Shanzer, Professor of Classics and Medieval Studies, The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Fellow of the Medieval Academy of America (USA)
    James P. Sickinger, Associate Professor of Classics, Florida State University (USA)
    Athanasios Sideris, Ph.D., Head of the History and Archaeology Department, Foundation of the Hellenic World, Athens (Greece)
    G. M. Sifakis, Professor Emeritus of Classics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki & New York University (Greece & USA)
    Christos Simelidis, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Lincoln College, University of Oxford (UK)
    Henk W. Singor, Associate Professor of Ancient History Leiden University (Netherlands)
    Prof. Dr. Ulrich Sinn, Professor of Classical Archaeology, University of Wurzburg (Germany)
    Marilyn B. Skinner Professor of Classics, University of Arizona (USA)
    Niall W. Slater, Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Latin and Greek, Emory University (USA)
    Peter M. Smith, Associate Professor of Classics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (USA)
    Dr. Philip J. Smith, Research Associate in Classical Studies, McGill University (Canada)
    Susan Kirkpatrick Smith Assistant Professor of Anthropology Kennesaw State University (USA)
    Antony Snodgrass, Professor Emeritus of Classical Archaeology, University of Cambridge (UK)
    Gina M. Soter, Lecturer IV, Classical Studies, The University of Michigan (USA)
    Slawomir Sprawski, Assistant Professor of Ancient History, Jagiellonian University, Krakow (Poland)
    Stylianos V. Spyridakis, Professor of Ancient History. University of California, Davis (USA)
    Theodosia Stefanidou-Tiveriou, Professor of Classical Archaeology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)
    Rachel Sternberg, Associate Professor of Classics, Case Western Reserve University (USA)
    Dr. Tom Stevenson, Lecturer in Classics and Ancient History, University of Queensland (Australia)
    Andrew Stewart, Nicholas C. Petris Professor of Greek Studies, University of California, Berkeley (USA)
    Oliver Stoll, Univ.-Prof. Dr., Alte Geschichte/ Ancient History, Universität Passau (Germany)
    Richard Stoneman, Honorary Fellow, University of Exeter (UK)
    Ronald Stroud, Klio Distinguished Professor of Classical Languages and Literature Emeritus, University of California, Berkeley (USA)
    Sarah Culpepper Stroup, Associate Professor of Classics, University of Washington (USA)
    Dr Panico J. Stylianou, Lecturer in Ancient History, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford (UK)
    Thomas A. Suits, Emeritus Professor of Classical Languages, University of Connecticut (USA)
    Nancy Sultan, Professor and Director, Greek & Roman Studies, Illinois Wesleyan University (USA)
    Peter Michael Swan, Professor of History Emeritus, University of Saskatchewan (Canada)
    David W. Tandy, Professor of Classics, University of Tennessee (USA)
    James Tatum, Aaron Lawrence Professor of Classics, Dartmouth College (USA)
    Martha C. Taylor, Associate Professor of Classics, Loyola College in Maryland (USA)
    Petros Themelis, Professor Emeritus of Classical Archaeology, Athens (Greece)
    Eberhard Thomas, Priv.-Doz. Dr., Archäologisches Institut der Universität zu Köln (Germany)
    Michalis Tiverios, Professor of Classical Archaeology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)
    Michael K. Toumazou, Professor of Classics, Davidson College (USA)
    Stephen V. Tracy, Professor of Greek and Latin Emeritus, Ohio State University (USA)
    Prof. Dr. Erich Trapp, Austrian Academy of Sciences/Vienna resp. University of Bonn (Germany)
    Christopher Trinacty, Keiter Fellow in Classics, Amherst College (USA)
    Stephen M. Trzaskoma, Associate Professor of Classics, University of New Hampshire (USA)
    Vasiliki Tsamakda, Professor of Christian Archaeology and Byzantine History of Art, University of Mainz (Germany)
    Christopher Tuplin, Professor of Ancient History, University of Liverpool (UK)
    Yannis Tzifopoulos, Associate Professor of Ancient Greek and Epigraphy, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)
    Gretchen Umholtz, Lecturer, Classics and Art History, University of Massachusetts, Boston (USA)
    Panos Valavanis, Professor of Classical Archaeology, University of Athens (Greece)
    Eric R. Varner, Associate Professor, Departments of Classics and Art History, Emory University, Atlanta (USA)
    Athanassios Vergados, Visiting Assistant Professor of Classics, Franklin & Marshall College (USA)
    Frederik J. Vervaet, PhD, Lecturer in Ancient History. School of Historical Studies The University of Melbourne (Australia)
    Christina Vester, Assistant Professor of Classics, University of Waterloo (Canada)
    Dr. Zsolt Visy, Leiter Universität Pécs Lehrstuhl für Alte Geschichte und Archäologie, Archäologisches Seminar (Hungary)
    Emmanuel Voutiras, Professor of Classical Archaeology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)
    Speros Vryonis, Jr., Alexander S. Onassis Professor (Emeritus) of Hellenic Civilization and Culture, New York University (USA)
    Michael B. Walbank, Professor Emeritus of Greek, Latin & Ancient History, The University of Calgary (Canada)
    Dr. Irma Wehgartner, Curator of the Martin von Wagner Museum der Universität Wurzburg (Germany)
    Bonna D. Wescoat, Associate Professor, Art History and Ancient Mediterranean Studies, Emory University (USA)
    E. Hector Williams, Professor of Classical Archaeology, University of British Columbia (Canada)
    Peter James Wilson FAHA, William Ritchie Professor of Classics, The University of Sydney (Australia)
    Roger J. A. Wilson, Professor of the Archaeology of the Roman Empire, and Director, Centre for the Study of Ancient Sicily, University of British Columbia, Vancouver (Canada)
    Engelbert Winter, Professor for Ancient History, University of Münster (Germany)
    Timothy F. Winters, Ph.D. Alumni Assn. Distinguished Professor of Classics Austin Peay State University (USA)
    Ioannis Xydopoulos, Assistant Professor in Ancient History, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)
    David C. Young, Professor of Classics Emeritus, University of Florida (USA)
    Maria Ypsilanti, Assistant Professor of Ancient Greek Literature, University of Cyprus (Cyprus)
    Katerina Zacharia, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Classics & Archaeology, Loyola Marymount University (USA)
    Michael Zahrnt, Professor für Alte Geschichte, Universität zu Köln (Germany)
    Paul Zanker, Professor Emeritus of Classical Studies, University of Munich (Germany)
    Froma I. Zeitlin, Ewing Professor of Greek Language & Literature, Professor of Comparative Literature, Princeton University (USA)

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    Ja kla, in Wikipedia steht das die Makedonen von den Hellenen selbst als solche bezweifelt wurden, auch das es fraglich ist ob sie griechisch (als Muttersprache) gesprochen haben. Ich hab dir das noch mit eben solchen Geschichtsbüchern x-mal belegt.

    Jetzt musst du es nur noch kapieren. Aber mei, wir kennen ja alle deine politische Motivation die dir kein Spielraum lässt.


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