Thursday, February 26, 2009

Milososki, listen to your self!!

From MINA 02.25.2009
Pseudo-Macedonian foreign minister Antonio Milososki in a press conference this week stated the following amongst other inaccuracies:

"Liars always make mistakes" this is Milososki's answer to Greece's FM's attempt to come up with a percentual area of Macedonia's region. "You don't have to look too far. Luxembourg is the perfect example. Out of its territory, 45% belongs to Belgium, 25% to the kingdom of Luxembourg, 21% to Germany and the rest to France. Though neither France, Belgium nor Germany are attacking, mistreating or forcing Luxembourg to change its name. On the other hand, Luxembourg has never allowed any of the bigger neighbors to have a say or opinion as to what their national identity is." says Milososki.

And I add:
Yes Antonio, (you retard), pay attention to what comes out of your mouth. Do you see Luxembourg calling itself Belgium or Germany or Little France because an X percentage of that country is on their side? NO you don't. And that is because they are not Belgium, Germany or France, they are Luxembourg and that's it. If you wanted to call your selves Vardar Banovina or Vardar Banate
or Вардарска бановина or just plain Vardarska (which is your rightful name from the old days), we wouldn't be having these discussions now and you would have been in the UN, the EE and maybe even NASA, looong time ago. Instead you try to steal someone elses name and history and you are all surprised that it's not going too smoothly?
Well, let me tell you something Antonio, don't piss down my back and tell me it's raining.

And another thing, yes there are Macedonians in Greece. But did you know that there is Athenians too? And Spartans? And Cretans?
And Eviotes? And Messologites? And sooo many other people from other geographical areas in Greece.
And guess what, they all have one thing in common. They all are Greek. Do you get the picture now or do I have to draw you a diagram? I think Tito didn't explain things properly to you guys OR he just left the important parts out.
And here's a little song we used to sing in elementary school in Greece when I was a kid:
"Antoni, antoni o kolos sou tedoni".

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