Clarinetist Tale Ognenovski Will Cele...

Clarinetist Tale Ognenovski Will Celebrate The 90th Anniversary Of...

There are 23 comments on the Mi2n story from Apr 22, 2012, titled Clarinetist Tale Ognenovski Will Celebrate The 90th Anniversary Of.... In it, Mi2n reports that:

Website: http://www.taleognenovski.com.mk Music: http://www.amazon.com/Jazz-Macedonian-Dances-Classical-Music/dp/B [...] Tale Ognenovski, internationally renowned jazz, folk dance and classical clarinetist and composer was born in the village of Brusnik near Bitola in the Republic of Macedonia on April 27, 1922.

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Mitch

Doncaster, Australia

#24 Apr 23, 2012
Always the same old shite from these Skop bozos - Stefov, Gandeto and any other FYROM crap purveyor. That’s all they can allow themselves to know. But consider - on the Maknews website you will find Stefov’s book “History of the Macedonian People et al”. In this book Stefov extensively cites and quotes (perhaps that should be misquotes and even plagiarises) H G Wells’“The Outline of History”.

So what does Wells actually says in that work? Consider briefly here:

“In 330, B.C. as we shall tell in some detail, a GREEK CONQUEROR, ALEXANDER THE GREAT, is looking on the murdered body of the last of the Persian rulers.”

“The Byzantine Empire was no genuine continuation of it; it was a resumption of the HELLENIC EMPIRE OF ALEXANDER;”

And there’s much, much more.

Believe it! The m/laka Stefov uses source material (though he deforms it) which affirms the Greek perspective on Macedonia. And he’s not the only m/laka Skop to do this.
Mitch

Doncaster, Australia

#25 Apr 23, 2012
HAVE ADDED THE WORD “LATER” TO FIRST QUOTE FOR ABSOLUTE ACCURACY.

Always the same old shite from these Skop bozos - Stefov, Gandeto and any other FYROM crap purveyor. That’s all they can allow themselves to know. But consider - on the Maknews website you will find Stefov’s book “History of the Macedonian People et al”. In this book Stefov extensively cites and quotes (perhaps that should be misquotes and even plagiarises) H G Wells’“The Outline of History”.

So what does Wells actually say in that work? Consider briefly here:

“In 330, B.C. as we shall tell later in some detail, a GREEK CONQUEROR, ALEXANDER THE GREAT, is looking on the murdered body of the last of the Persian rulers.”

“The Byzantine Empire was no genuine continuation of it; it was a resumption of the HELLENIC EMPIRE OF ALEXANDER;”

And there’s much, much more.

Believe it! The m/laka Stefov uses source material (though he deforms it) which affirms the Greek perspective on Macedonia. And he’s not the only m/laka Skop to do this.
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Ramat Gan, Israel

#27 Sep 7, 2012

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