UK Document shows Macedonia was a problem for union between Yugoslavia and Bulgaria

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Former Macedonian diplomat Risto Nikovski in an interview with TV Nova showed a secret British document released from the War Cabinet on December 5th, 1944 in which it discusses the possibility of a Union between Yugoslavia and Bulgaria after the war, however, as the document notes, the Macedonians could be a “problem” and not agree to this sort of Union because they want an independent country.

It’s well known the Macedonian delegation that was supposed to show up in Jajce for negotiations on the future of a Yugoslav state wanted independence and nothing else. As a result, it never showed up (were prevented) to the meeting in 1945.

“The so called “Macedonian problem” takes us back to the Berlin Agreement of 1878 and it only got more complex after the Balkan Wars of 1912″ says Nikovski.

For Bulgarian pseudo historians as we saw the other day on MTV, history begins with Tito creating Macedonians?! This is easily the most idiotic thing anyone can come up with, but it’s also quite clever. Both official Athens and Sofia have adopted a very famous Hitler-esque technique that practically every country in the West has adopted as their bible: Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it.

Macedonians in general are not concerned what Sofia or Athens have to say, however, the challenge is the fact we have an Anti-Macedonian Government full of “progressive” Sorosoid monsters who don’t recognize not just their own identity, but vow to implement a society without identity and genders, something Mirka Velinovska repeatedly warned us about and is currently underway across the West.

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