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Comments • 19 707

  • Jovan Ivanov
    Jovan Ivanov 5 hours ago

    I didn't get your reference.

  • Daenerys Targaryen
    Daenerys Targaryen 8 hours ago +4

    *LIES AND 🇲🇰🍌🇲🇰 BULLSHITOVSKI*

    • Mishel is Back
      Mishel is Back 5 hours ago +4

      james34
      She/he is a roxy01 dude!
      You have job with Hannibal Lector III

    • james34
      james34 7 hours ago +4

      @Daenerys Targaryen ok it's official you are brainded and brainwashed by nationalists greeks. you are just a lazy ass bankrupt greek with no life. you asked for it.

    • Daenerys Targaryen
      Daenerys Targaryen 7 hours ago

      @james34 I can't do that. That's illegal.

    • james34
      james34 7 hours ago +4

      @Daenerys Targaryen this is the last time i will talk seriously to you. if you don't want to say macedonia that's ok. Could you at least call us north macedonia it's much more accepted that bulgardoria or monkeydonia at least for me. This is the last warning. it's your choice.

    • Daenerys Targaryen
      Daenerys Targaryen 7 hours ago +1

      @james34 You mean skopjedonia.

  • Daenerys Targaryen
    Daenerys Targaryen 8 hours ago +3

    *PERZYS 🇬🇷❤️🇬🇷 ANOGAR*

  • gucci tv Billys
    gucci tv Billys 8 hours ago

    Κέρκυρα family friendly η Κέρκυρα είναι το νησί της βρισιας

  • GrecoTurk analopolous
    GrecoTurk analopolous 9 hours ago +6

    We Turkogreeks with false pride attempt to usurp the history of ancient Hellens but in reality the name hellenic or ellada or ellenes and ellas dont have any real meaning or translation in the modern greek language.

    • Daenerys Targaryen
      Daenerys Targaryen 16 minutes ago

      @roxy 01 καληνύχτα 😊

    • roxy 01
      roxy 01 20 minutes ago

      Daenerys Targaryen καληνύχτα!;)))

    • roxy 01
      roxy 01 25 minutes ago

      *Hunter Goran, I told you to drink tea, to get kinda relax to become human and you got drunk again and talking nonsense. Anyway, let everyone see who you really are ;))

    • *Hunter
      *Hunter 38 minutes ago +1

      roxy 01
      Почему вы, русская шлюха, удалите свои комментарии?
      You and G@ydionas deleted all, и ты ушел, не попрощавшись

    • Daenerys Targaryen
      Daenerys Targaryen 41 minute ago

      @roxy 01 Huh! They have gone...

  • GrecoTurk analopolous
    GrecoTurk analopolous 9 hours ago +2

    MESSAGE FOR MACEDONIANS; get out of grease and go back home to Macedonia

    • Zagor the MACEDONIAN
      Zagor the MACEDONIAN 7 hours ago +4

      GrecoTurk analopolous
      Alright my Romi, don’t be upset my friend. We are in Macedonia 🇲🇰 just sometimes visit your country to slap those Nazi Gayreek pigs.

    • james34
      james34 8 hours ago +4

      we are already in macedonia what you are talking about.

  • *Hunter
    *Hunter 9 hours ago +4

    *KURDZANTI LEAVE SOLUN LEAVE THE TOILETS 🚽 YOU CANT DO IT ALL NIGHT TIME*
    Here is job for you *KANAK*
    Education Minister ZiyaSelcuk : Turkey needs teachers who know both Turkish and Arabic, to help educated the country's 3.5 million Syrian refugees. “There is over 18million Kurds in Turkey, does the country not need teachers who know Kurdish?” The fear of Kurds is unreal!

    • *Hunter
      *Hunter Hour ago +1

      Vizanti
      *KANAK KURD OR@SPU DONT LIE
      TOILET 🚽 LOVER*

    • Vizanti
      Vizanti 7 hours ago +1

      Im not in there dont worry all toilet cleaning jobs are yours.

  • Mishel is Back
    Mishel is Back 10 hours ago +5

    BIG Greek Lie # 4 - “There is no such thing as a Macedonian”
    (Some modern Greeks are conditioned to believe that Macedonians do not exist)
    In fact Macedonians do indeed exist, not only in the Republic of Macedonia but also in Greece, Bulgaria, Albania, Canada, Australia, the USA and in every remote corner of this planet.
    This BIG Greek lie is my favourite because I can relate to it from personal experience. I am not referring to my experience in Greece, I am talking about my experience in Canada. One could not say they were Macedonian to a Greek inside Greece without severe consequences!
    Being an immigrant teenager in Canada, and speaking English with an accent, I was often asked for my ethnicity, more often by Greeks. It seemed like there were no barriers to torment against Macedonians anywhere.
    The conversation/interrogation which many Macedonians, especially those from Greece, will relate to usually went like this;
    “Are you Greek?”
    No I am not!
    “What are you?” Macedonian!
    “What is that? There is no such thing!”
    (They would not even say the word “Macedonian”.)
    After a few run-ins with the Greeks I began to develop anxiety about revealing my ethnicity.
    Unlike the modern Greeks who were artificially created in the 19th century by Hellenizing and assimilating a variety of ethnic groups; Vlahs, Albanians, Turks, Macedonians, Anatolian Turks and more recently Georgians, Russians, more Albanians and others, the Macedonians are a real ethnicity. Unlike the modern Greeks who, before the creation of their state, spoke anything but Greek, the Macedonians have always spoken Macedonian, a living vibrant language, a language learned from mothers. Greeks on the other hand abandoned their natural languages in favour of a dead language, the ancient Koine, which the Greek government resurrected and taught in school.
    Before the Republic of Macedonia codified the modern Macedonian literary language, Macedonians all over geographical Macedonia spoke a variety of beautiful dialects. Macedonians living in Greece and Bulgaria, which those states refuse to recognize, still speak Macedonian in their original dialects.
    Unlike the Greek language which is spoken by only about ten million Greeks, Macedonian is a Slavic language which belongs to a large family of languages spoken by about six-hundred million people throughout Eastern Europe. The fact that this language is so widespread shows that it has survived for many millennia and has been passed on orally from generation to generation.
    Modern scholars and scientists believe that the Slavic language has its roots in prehistory. A number of ancient inscriptions deemed undecipherable have recently been successfully deciphered by linguists Vasil Iliov, Anthony Ambrozic, Sergei V. Rjabchikov [4] and others, by using the Slavic languages which indicates that these languages have been around a lot longer than previously thought. Even Alexander the Great may have spoken Slavic. It is well known that Alexander spoke at least two languages. We know one was Koine and the other was a language indigenous to Macedonia labeled “unknown” by Greek historians.
    Since no Macedonian or foreign archeologist has even been allowed to dig in Greek occupied Macedonia or examine any archeological findings unsupervised, we can’t verify what other language Alexander the Great spoke.
    Greek archeologists cannot be trusted to factually report findings, especially those findings that don’t agree with the Greek Government’s “politically correct policies”.

    • gucci tv Billys
      gucci tv Billys 2 hours ago +1

      @Daenerys Targaryen ok then

    • *Hunter
      *Hunter 3 hours ago +3

      @gucci tv Billys
      You are THE talking 👞 shoes
      and the b@tch under is g@yreek w@ore *SHEILA* from *AVATO*
      Known like a *🐍 KAA*

    • Daenerys Targaryen
      Daenerys Targaryen 7 hours ago

      @gucci tv Billys He is full gypsy

    • gucci tv Billys
      gucci tv Billys 7 hours ago

      @Daenerys Targaryen hes not full greek

    • Daenerys Targaryen
      Daenerys Targaryen 8 hours ago

      @gucci tv Billys He is Skopjedonian from Shutka.

  • *Hunter
    *Hunter 10 hours ago +6

    *OTTO BAVARIAN FAKE KING OF FAKE G_YLADA 1815-1867
    CREATOR OF FAKE NEW G_YREKS NATION MIXTURE OF SLAVS TURKS ALBANIANS ETC
    JOHANN GUSTAV DROYSEN
    FRIEND OF OTTO.
    CREATOR OF NEW HISTORY FOR G_YLLADA WHO GIVED TO HIM AN "IDEA" TO ADOPT THE LONG LOST "KOINE LANGUAGE"
    GAYREEK IS A CHRISTIAN WHO LIVES IN G_YLLADA IN OTHER WORDS THERE ISNT A GREEK ETHNICITY.
    MACEDONIA IS ONE AND ITS ONLY MACEDONIA
    G_YLADA IS THE MOST FAKE COU NTRY IN THE ALL WORLD*

    • Daenerys Targaryen
      Daenerys Targaryen 8 hours ago +1

      Τραπέζια και καρέκλες
      Πολύ καλές, μεταλλικές, ιταλικές
      Έχω και πατάτα άλφα άλφα απ' το Skopjegrad

  • *Hunter
    *Hunter 11 hours ago +6

    *KANAK VIZANTI*
    This little creature who still doesn't know what he is, because his mother had ridden him in Solun while working as a toilet cleaner by day, and at night she prostituted herself in the dark streets of the city. So *KANAK*doesn't know who his father is and neither what nationality is he. His mother f£cked him and told him that he is G@yreek, but in fact he is a Kurd from Iraq who was working at that time as a carrier to the dockers in Solun and every night he his *ANANI* on the smelly *DALGA* and she happened to give birth to that little junk she had never planned! *SAGBAB*
    *STINKY KURD S@RTUK OR@SOU*

    • *Hunter
      *Hunter 9 hours ago +4

      Zagor the MACEDONIAN
      Kurd *KANAK* haven’t life!

    • Zagor the MACEDONIAN
      Zagor the MACEDONIAN 10 hours ago +6

      james34
      Mistake for life.

    • james34
      james34 11 hours ago +6

      the only people to blame is the people who rased him in turkey. why you didn't throw him out the window? why?

  • Vencislav Shterev
    Vencislav Shterev 11 hours ago

    Just to say its Bulgaria and Macedonia on the Northside =]

    • Mishel is Back
      Mishel is Back 3 hours ago +2

      And that b@tch under me likes more then everything Macedonians* SALAMI*

    • Daenerys Targaryen
      Daenerys Targaryen 7 hours ago +1

      @Mishel is Back ai mori tatarska mongolski skapanici chafutkata kurvata kurvi kurviste kuvaristra...

    • Mishel is Back
      Mishel is Back 11 hours ago +5

      A da i go nachukam na majka ti u chafutkata on the Southside za dve chrveni, Gagauzu

  • *Hunter
    *Hunter 12 hours ago +6

    Vizanti
    BUHAHAHAHA *KANAK* be come angry 😠 or@spu s&rtuk. You are simply
    KURDSKO F&kKING B&STARD BORN IN DIRTY TOILET 🚽 IN SOLUN IN 1979
    Or@spu ç@cuğu I will an@nı sik€rim s@rtük, hıyar.

    • *Hunter
      *Hunter 10 hours ago +5

      james34
      la qunt bm = f&ck Kurd ass/ f@ck Kurd plk dance = son of a dancing aunt ( this is a funny one ) qundar = g@y gawad = pimp of Daenerys Lolita @hore

    • james34
      james34 11 hours ago +6

      @Vizanti yes i know you have many accounts. that's why you are kurd kanak piece of sh*t

    • Vizanti
      Vizanti 11 hours ago +1

      @james34 didnt they tell you there are 2 people trolling from this account?

    • Vizanti
      Vizanti 11 hours ago +1

      @james34 you make coffee for yourself of your poop? O.O

    • Zagor the MACEDONIAN
      Zagor the MACEDONIAN 11 hours ago +6

      james34
      He is in a good shape today, maybe get drunk 100% :P

  • Ancient Alienbanians
    Ancient Alienbanians 12 hours ago +8

    Monkeydonian troll festival 2019

    • Ancient Alienbanians
      Ancient Alienbanians 4 hours ago +2

      @GrecoTurk analopolous lol. You wish you were a gypsy but the truth is far worse. You're a turkalbanian muslim.

    • Zagor the MACEDONIAN
      Zagor the MACEDONIAN 7 hours ago +1

      GrecoTurk analopolous
      Don’t my Romi. We don’t hate you.

    • GrecoTurk analopolous
      GrecoTurk analopolous 9 hours ago +2

      we modern turkogreeks dont have any connection with Macedonians. i am proud greek romi prosfig and i hate MACEDONIANS

    • james34
      james34 11 hours ago +5

      @Vizanti you are the toilet cleaner here and even michel saw you cleaning them xD. find your own jokes kurd kanak @sshole.

    • Vizanti
      Vizanti 11 hours ago +4

      @james34 = trash digger and public toilet cleaner

  • *Hunter
    *Hunter 22 hours ago +3

    *VIZANTI*
    *THE SUPER KANAK*
    ⁣☁☁🌰🌰🌰☁☁
    ☁☁👂👀👂☁☁
    ☁☁👍👃👍☁☁
    ☁☁👍〰👍☁☁
    ☁🔵🔵🔵🔵🔵☁
    🔵🔵🔴💛🔴🔵🔵
    🔵☁🔵⁣🔴🔵☁🔵
    🔵☁🔵🔵🔵☁🔵
    👇☁🔴🔴🔴☁👇
    ☁☁🔵🔴🔵☁☁
    ☁☁🔵☁🔵☁☁
    ☁☁🔵☁🔵☁☁
    ☁☁👢☁👢☁☁

    • *Hunter
      *Hunter 3 hours ago +3

      @james34
      Vizanti care only for dirty 🚽 and poop for his dinner

    • Vizanti
      Vizanti 8 hours ago +1

      @james34 do I care? not at all :P

    • james34
      james34 8 hours ago +1

      @Vizanti if i come and see you insult us again i will insult you as well. that's how it goes

    • Vizanti
      Vizanti 8 hours ago

      @james34 if you cant stand leave as you came

    • Vizanti
      Vizanti 8 hours ago

      @Zagor the MACEDONIAN better than monkeydonian :P

  • Macedonian Lion
    Macedonian Lion Day ago +5

    Today over Macedonia
    Today over Macedonia is born,
    a new sun ☀️ of the liberty!
    The Macedonians are fighting,
    for their rights!
    The Macedonians are fighting,
    for their rights!

    Don't cry Macedonia, my dear mother,
    Hold your head proudly high,
    Old, young, men and women
    Have risen to their feet!
    Now flies once again, the flag
    of the Kruševo Republic1!
    Goce Delchev, Pitu Guli,
    Dame Gruev, Sandanski!
    Goce Delchev, Pitu Guli,
    Dame Gruev, Sandanski!

    The Macedonian forests sing,
    the new songs and news!
    Macedonia is free,
    and free it shall live!

  • Mishel is Back
    Mishel is Back Day ago +5

    BIG Greek Lie # 3 - “The Ancient ‘Greek gods’ were Greek”
    (Some modern Greeks believe that those who spoke Greek and believed in the Greek gods were actually Greek)
    We often read in books, see movies and hear stories about the so-called mythical “Greek gods” but have we ever stopped to think what makes these deities Greek? Are they “Greek” because they originated where modern Greece is today? Are they “Greek” in a national sense? Are they Greek because the Ancients that lived in the region where modern Greece is today wrote about them? How are they “Greek”?
    The word “Greek” before the word “gods” implies that there is a relationship between “Greek” and “gods” which means that in some way these gods belong to Greece or the “Greeks”. Since these “gods” are not associated with other Mediterranean people such as the Macedonians, Paeonians, Illyrians, Thracians, Pelasgians, Phrygians, Lydians, Carians, Lycians, Paphlagonians, Cappadocians, Cilicians, Picidians, Pamphylians and others, in a similar manner, who also celebrated and believed in them, then one is led to believe that these gods must be exclusively connected to Greece and the “Greeks”
    The question is how?
    Among several sources we consulted, Microsoft’s Encarta encyclopedia under the heading “Greek Mythology” had an explanation but this explanation did not enforce the idea that the so-called “Greek gods” were actually “Greek”.
    According to Encarta, mythology in written form appeared for the first time in the literary works of Hesiod and Homer around the eighth century BC. Homer, as we know, produced the famous works the “Iliad” and “Odyssey” and Hesiod produced the poems “Theogony”. Both authors in their respective works talk about the various tales and legends associated with ancient deities. Hesiod, however, according to Encarta, takes a step further and introduces a larger number of myths that include deities that are not mentioned by Homer. Hesiod, in “Theogony”, who talks about the creation of the world, the birth of the gods as well as their adventures, NEVER ONCE mentions “Greek” or any other name derived from this word!
    Similarly, Homer in his works the “Iliad” and the “Odyssey”, considered to be reliable sources for the so-called “Greek Mythology” and the “Greek gods”, NEVER ONCE mentions the word “Greek” or any other name derived from this word!
    So again, how are these so-called “Greek gods” “Greek”? Perhaps the authors who wrote about them were from the region where modern Greece is today?
    If the authors who wrote about them were not “Greek” then perhaps the legends of the so-called “Greek gods” originated somewhere in the lands of modern Greece.
    Unfortunately that is not true either. According to Herodotus, many of the elements of the so-called “Greek myths” associated with the “Greek gods” were borrowed from foreign religions, mainly from the Pelasgians who in turn borrowed them from the Egyptians. (There are some scientists today who believe the Pelasgians lived in the lower Balkans, including Macedonia and were the ancestors of some of the Slavs.)
    However let as not just take Herodotus’s word. Let’s examine the mythological deities themselves starting with the supreme god Zeus.
    According to the Grolier Encyclopedia, Zeus is a celestial deity of Indo-European origin symbolically associated with the sky. Poseidon, the elder brother of Zeus, is also a deity of Indo-European origin. Apollo, on the other hand, is an Asian deity from the Asian shaman cults, imported from Siberia.
    And finally, perhaps the so-called “Greek gods” were “Greek” because they were exclusively celebrated by the ancient people who lived south of Mount Olympus where modern Greece is today.
    That too, I am afraid is not true. The mythical gods, referred to as the “Greek gods”, were common to most ancient Mediterranean nations and cultures. They were as much universal to the ancient world as Christ and Christianity is universal to our modern world.
    THE TRUTH
    The Ancient “Greek gods” were not Greek at all! In fact, referring to them as “Greek gods” would be a myth in itself.
    It is more appropriate, truthful and precise to call them Mediterranean gods than it is to call them “Greek gods”. After all they were celebrated, revered and feared by many more nations and cultures north, east and west of Mount Olympus than they were south of Mount Olympus. And that is the truth.

    • james34
      james34 11 hours ago +5

      @Vizanti you are talking about attention? xD ahahah let me laugh. you are the one who came here and insult us on the first place.

    • Mishel is Back
      Mishel is Back 12 hours ago +5

      Zagor the MACEDONIAN
      He is retard Kurd that’s why!!!!
      😹😹😹😹

    • Zagor the MACEDONIAN
      Zagor the MACEDONIAN 12 hours ago +5

      Vizanti
      Why you’re calling your mental mentor Dinosaur Targaryanasss? Can’t you afford on your own? Once I fought with 10 Gayreeks here plus you and you couldn’t win me

    • Vizanti
      Vizanti 12 hours ago +2

      @james34 who the hell do you miserable bulgar think you are for me to pay too much attention to a trash digger like you? ShitOfBulgars!

    • james34
      james34 13 hours ago +3

      @Vizanti dumb is the person who took care of you in turkey and they didn't throw you out of the window *kurd* trash

  • Gabriel
    Gabriel Day ago +4

    NO JENNIFER ANNISTON?!

    • Agent Smith
      Agent Smith 19 hours ago +3

      Skopje GDPa a whore powerhouse

    • james34
      james34 Day ago +4

      @Daenerys Targaryen i put in on the translator and your sentence doesn't make sence at all xD. go to a doctor imediately

    • Daenerys Targaryen
      Daenerys Targaryen Day ago +3

      @Mishel is Back Σε οικτίρω...
      Μετέφρασέ το αυτό τώρα στην στόλεν κοινέ λάνγκουετζ. Γυφτάκι.

    • Mishel is Back
      Mishel is Back Day ago +5

      Zagor the MACEDONIAN
      She is *SHEILA* the ugliest dumbest
      *Geyreeks sl@t* 🍆😂😂😂😂😂

    • Zagor the MACEDONIAN
      Zagor the MACEDONIAN Day ago +4

      Who is she?

  • Echa
    Echa Day ago

    OMG THE GREASY FOOD so true lol

    • *Hunter
      *Hunter 9 hours ago +2

      *KURDZANTI LEAVE SOLUN LEAVE THE TOILETS 🚽 YOU CANT DO IT ALL NIGHT TIME*
      Here is job for you *KANAK*
      Education Minister ZiyaSelcuk : Turkey needs teachers who know both Turkish and Arabic, to help educated the country's 3.5 million Syrian refugees. “There is over 18million Kurds in Turkey, does the country not need teachers who know Kurdish?” The fear of Kurds is unreal!

    • Vizanti
      Vizanti 16 hours ago +3

      @*Hunter what citizenship are you talking about loser? The one you got in Greece for poop cleaning job you did for years?

    • Vizanti
      Vizanti 16 hours ago +3

      @*Hunter Your miserable life in Thessaloniki isnt mine.

    • *Hunter
      *Hunter Day ago +5

      No, THE GREASY TOILETS IN SOLUN
      KANAK KURD *VIZANTI* NOT DOING HIS JOB 👅🚽BUT WANTS SH@TIZENSHIP

  • Sarcastic Tubers
    Sarcastic Tubers Day ago +1

    What did that hey hey mean?

    • roxy 01
      roxy 01 8 hours ago +2

      Zagor
      don’t flatter yourself, I said myself who I am ... so, did you miss me, my “shitty old men”?!

    • Mishel is Back
      Mishel is Back 10 hours ago +4

      Zagor the MACEDONIAN
      Yes, yes and yes!
      One mad 😠 b@tch
      Hundred profiles 💩💀😱😰👹👽💀😈🤕😬😺🙀😿👶👱🏿‍♀️👧🏽👴👩👷🏿‍♀️👷💂🏻👨‍⚕️👩🏽‍⚕️👨‍🍳👨🏾‍🎓👨‍⚕️👩🏾‍🍳👨🏿‍💼👨‍🏫👨🏾‍🎓💂🏻🕵🏽‍♀️👼🤷‍♀️🤷‍♂️🤷‍♂️👼🎅👰🤦🏼‍♂️🙍🏾💆🏻‍♂️💇🏽🙎🏼🙆🏿🤷‍♀️👩‍❤️‍💋‍👩💏💏💏👨‍👩‍👧‍👧👩‍👩‍👧‍👦👨‍👨‍👧‍👦👩‍👦‍👦👩‍👧‍👦👩‍❤️‍💋‍👩💏👩‍👩‍👧‍👦👩‍👩‍👦‍👦👨‍👦‍👦👨‍👧‍👦👨‍👧👨‍👦👩‍👦‍👦🤷‍♂️💁🏾‍♂️🤷‍♂️🤦🏼‍♂️🤦🏼‍♂️🤦🏼‍♂️🙎🏾‍♂️🙎🏾‍♂️💆🏻‍♂️🙍🏾💆🏾🤦🏼‍♀️🙆🏿🤷‍♀️🙆🏼‍♂️🤷‍♂️💇🏽🙋🏻‍♂️🤷‍♂️🙆🏼‍♂️🙆🏿🤦🏼‍♂️💇🏽🙍🏼‍♂️💁🏼🙆🏼‍♂️🙅🏽‍♂️🤦🏼‍♂️🙍🏾🙎🏾‍♂️🤷‍♀️💁🏼💁🏾‍♂️🙋🏻‍♂️🙎🏼💇‍♂️🙆🏼‍♂️🤷‍♀️🙍🏼‍♂️🤦🏼‍♂️🤦🏼‍♀️💁🏼👰💁🏾‍♂️🎅💁🏾‍♂️
      HANNIBAL LECTOR IS PU&Ssi for that *WH@ORE OF SEVEN MAD HOUSE*

    • Zagor the MACEDONIAN
      Zagor the MACEDONIAN 10 hours ago +5

      Mishel is Back
      Brat , Roxy Music is also Great Destiny and Irina. She’s got 100 profiles also but yesterday she was wandering to Dinosaur about her other accounts😂😂😂......there’s no messing up with Zagor

    • roxy 01
      roxy 01 11 hours ago +4

      james34 who cares about what u think)))
      you’re just a tearful girl removing her comments as soon as somebody moked her!))))

    • james34
      james34 11 hours ago +2

      @roxy 01 first of all i don't give a damn about you.keep the nonesece you say for yourself

  • Lucas Vidal
    Lucas Vidal 2 days ago +16

    Interesting...
    Greatings from Brazil 🇧🇷

    • Vizanti
      Vizanti 8 hours ago +1

      @*Hunter = toilet cleaner in Thessaloniki

    • *Hunter
      *Hunter 9 hours ago +3

      Lucas Vidal
      Don’t pay attention to that unperson Vizanti he is a *KURD KANAK* he isn’t human. He want to marry with one ☝️ dirty toilet 🚽 mug in Soluna grada!

    • Vizanti
      Vizanti 15 hours ago +3

      Thanks from Thessaloniki, Macedonia, Greece.

    • Zagor the MACEDONIAN
      Zagor the MACEDONIAN 19 hours ago +4

      This b!tch loser is losing herself. She talks about VMRO-DPMNE like something bad or devilish. She doesn’t know that VMRO-DPMNE is the biggest political party in Republic of Macedonia but that’s a different story and it’s not a topic of conversation. She thinks that if she call me nationalist she offends me. I’m proud of that stupid uneducated b!tch. VMRO-DPMNE is equivalent of Nea Demokratia. What about your Golden dawn the ultra Gayreek nazis? The Gayreek people in total is Nazi people which there’s is a difference between. We just love and defend our country from dogs like you , unlike you Gayreeks which want to destroy the whole other nation (Macedonian) and don’t recognise the basic rights to other minorities in Gayllada in 21 century.

    • *Hunter
      *Hunter 23 hours ago +1

      Japovreduvaatiodvnatreshtoemnoguzalnoitragichno.
      Takadaovaechistogubenjevremesokuchkata.
      Nokakosakash.

  • Mishel is Back
    Mishel is Back 2 days ago +5

    BIG Greek Lie # 2 - “The Koine Language is Greek” (Modern Greeks are victims of their own making)
    The Koine language made its way into Macedonia a little before Philip II’s time. Poorly worded and misspelled inscriptions written in Koine were found in the Macedonian capital which indicates that the language was not well understood and was just making its way there.
    The roots of the Koine language may have started in one of the more progressive City States, most probably Athens, but by the time it made its way to the Eastern Mediterranean, it had become the language of administration and commerce, common to all Mediterranean nations.
    In Macedonia, Koine was strictly the language of the educated and was used by the court administrators and the international merchants.
    By the time Koine arrived in Macedonia it was already the “lingua franca” of administration and commerce in the Eastern Mediterranean world.
    Koine in those days was like English is today. In Europe for example, countries have their own languages which they use to communicate at home, but internationally they use English to communicate with other countries.
    Alexander the Great was the first to take Koine out of the Mediterranean world to Asia, Africa and other worlds he conquered.
    The real heroes for Koine’s success were Alexander’s successors the Antigonids, Seleucids and the Ptolemies. It is well known that the Ptolemies did not only insist on using Koine but they refused to learn any other language not even the languages of those people they ruled.
    Cleopatra VII was the only Macedonian sovereign from the Ptolemaic dynasty who broke the Ptolemaic rule and learned several languages including Egyptian.
    The Koine language was so deeply rooted in the old Macedonian empires that even after they were conquered by the Romans it continued to flourish. Koine was spoken by Roman intellectuals even in Rome. Almost all ancient literary works were written in Koine
    Let’s not forget that throughout the Macedonian and Roman periods Koine, in spite of its popularity with the educated and elite, remained a language of administration and commerce. Koine was never a language of the common people.
    While Koine served its purpose in the administrative and commercial circles, other languages, languages of the people, simultaneously also flourished in parallel but in their oral form until they were later codified by Christianity.
    After the Roman Empire split into East and West, Koine again resurfaced and replaced Latin as the administrative language of the Eastern or Pravoslav Empire.
    Koine remained active and served the administration and commerce of the Pravoslav world for over a millennium.
    Interestingly, Koine also became the administrative and commercial language of the Ottoman Empire and continued to exist in a commercial and administrative capacity during Ottoman rule as it did during Pravoslav rule.
    By Islamic law, Muslims were not allowed to travel outside of their domain, handle public funds or speak foreign languages. The Ottomans employed Christians to administer foreign affairs, banking and trade with the outside world. And yes you guessed it, the Christians continued to employ the Koine language throughout Ottoman rule as they did during Pravoslav rule.
    The keepers of the Ottoman administrative and commercial services as well as the rulers of the Christian world inside the Ottoman Empire were known as the Phanariots.

  • Da smart Potato
    Da smart Potato 2 days ago +2

    I'm Greek and I have to tell that moussaka is actually Turkish

    • Zagor the MACEDONIAN
      Zagor the MACEDONIAN 2 days ago +3

      Potato 🥔 just said the truth and has been at once attacked by the loser Tanas Serkoto

    • roxy 01
      roxy 01 2 days ago +7

      *Hunter , 3 minutes and 2 “likes”already!
      You do like yourself fast!)))))))))

    • *Hunter
      *Hunter 2 days ago +2

      Da smart Potato
      Μιλάς σχετικά με, δικό σου λίγο πουτσα

    • Da smart Potato
      Da smart Potato 2 days ago +9

      @*Hunter stfu u don't even know what we are talking about

    • Da smart Potato
      Da smart Potato 2 days ago +3

      @Thanasis Sideris α οκ τωρα ξέρω

  • GrecoTurk analopolous
    GrecoTurk analopolous 2 days ago +5

    greeks and turks have same genetics

    • james34
      james34 2 days ago +5

      @Vizanti the only mistake here is you. kurd piece of junk

    • *Hunter
      *Hunter 2 days ago +5

      GrecoTurk analopolous
      Same genetics same people

    • *Hunter
      *Hunter 2 days ago +5

      Vizanti
      *UGLY KURD DIRTY AZIAT’S SC@M
      Έλα ρε μαλάκα που είσαι?

    • Vizanti
      Vizanti 2 days ago +8

      @Zagor the MACEDONIAN
      So what if they are? We made many mistakes but we never stole other people's history and identity. So stfu ugly bulgardonian!

    • Zagor the MACEDONIAN
      Zagor the MACEDONIAN 2 days ago +4

      GrecoTurk analopolous
      That’s true again my Romi. Greeks are almost Turks. Same gene,same skin, same culture, same temper, mentality, food, very common surnames, everything the same. They came from Minor Asia and the Greeks carry that Turk-Arabic gene in themselves just converted in Christianity.
      Cheers my Romi. Hello 👋 to you.

  • Minecraft Legends of the Heroes

    Most of My countries culture and civilization was distroyed by turks and other muslim empires 🇬🇪

  • Minecraft Legends of the Heroes

    Greek is my second favorite country first is 🇬🇪

  • Aleks Kareiants
    Aleks Kareiants 2 days ago +11

    I'm watching this while on vacation in Greece it's a beautiful country.

  • UKENDT ol
    UKENDT ol 3 days ago +10

    greek yogurt, mmmm

  • Mishel is Back
    Mishel is Back 4 days ago +9

    BIG Greek Lie # 1 - “Modern Greeks are direct descendents of the Ancient Greeks”
    (The greatest victims of Greek lies are the Greeks themselves)
    How can a region in the Balkans where modern Greece is located today, which has been open to a multitude of invasions, conquests and settlements, remain homogeneous and untouched for two thousand seven hundred years?
    Ironically, as the Greeks claim, how can modern Macedonia, a region neighbouring modern Greece be so heterogeneous that it has completely lost its original identity?
    These are questions that every Greek should be asking!
    Ever since Philip II of Macedonia conquered the ancient City States at the conclusion of the battle of Chaeronea in 338 BC, the region south of Olympus has been without borders and open to all kinds of invasions and barbarian settlements.
    How can one call a people of 2,300 years ago “Ancient Greeks” since the word “Greek” was not coined until after the Roman conquests, approximately 600 years after the establishment of the City States and approximately 150 years after they were conquered by the Macedonians?
    If you were to say “the ancient Canadians living on their lands 2,000 years ago” you would be ridiculed and told “there were no ancient Canadians” and the people to whom you are referring who had once lived on the lands of present Canada had nothing to do with the Canadians of today! Yet, everyday you hear the word “ancient Greeks” and you don’t bat an eye! Why is that?
    It is also well known that the ancient City States were never united politically and never established themselves as a single state. In fact they existed politically independent from one another and fought each other for economic dominance of the region.
    The name “Greece” was imposed on the modern Greek Kingdom by the Great Powers Britain, France and Russia. Modern Greeks call themselves Hellenes (Ellines) and their state Hellas (Ellas), a name borrowed from the past which neither describes the elements of a nation or those of an ethnicity.
    By using the name “Greek” to refer to both the ancient and modern people, the Greek state falsely implies descent for the modern Greeks from the ancients.
    By using the name “Greece” to refer to both the ancient and modern states, the Greek State is falsely implying;
    Continuity between the ancient City States and modern Greece, and
    (2) that there was some sort of political unity between the ancient City States themselves where one did not exist.
    In reality the words “Greece” and “Greek” were popularized by modern 19th century writers. There are no ancient maps or references with the words “Greece”.
    The Romans may have made some references to the ancient people living in Sicily as “Grecos” but they referred to the region south of Olympus as Achaia.
    During the Ottoman era the people living south of Olympus called themselves Romeos (Romans).
    Greece is a newly created state which never existed before the 19th century. The Kingdom of Greece, occupying the region of Morea, present day Peloponnesus, was created for the first time in 1829. Between 1829 and 1912 the Greeks enlarged their territory to present day Greece, by conquering Epirus, Thessaly and 51% of Macedonia.
    At its inception Greece started out with a small population of less than one million people, most of whom were Albanians, Slavs and Vlahs with a small minority of other ethnicities. By the time Greece conquered Epirus and Thessaly, its population grew to three times its original size. In 1907 it registered a population of 2,600,000. After it conquered Macedonia and exchanged populations with Turkey, its population tripled. In 1928 Greece registered 6,200,000 people. 1,100,000 of them were Christians, refugees from Asia Minor.

    • Agent Smith
      Agent Smith 2 days ago +2

      No EU either lol

    • GrecoTurk analopolous
      GrecoTurk analopolous 2 days ago +4

      there was no such thing as 'ancient greeks'. there was only ancient hellens and we modern greeks dont have connection with those people

    • Agent Smith
      Agent Smith 3 days ago +6

      Say bye bye to vergina sun 🐵🐴

  • Mishel is Back
    Mishel is Back 4 days ago +8

    Modern Greece’s real problem? Ancient Greece.
    By George Zarkadakis November 4, 2011
    When the Greek crisis began two years ago, a popular German magazine printed an image of Aphrodite of Milo on its cover. She was depicted gesturing crudely to German readers, with the headline: “The fraudster in the euro family.” The story led to protests in the streets of Athens. In the article, modern Greeks were described as indolent sloths, cheats and liars, masters of corruption, unworthy descendents of their glorious Hellenic past. The irony of the article, and of the angry Greek protests against it, was that modern Greece has little in common with Pericles or Plato. If anything, it is a failed German project.
    The year was 1832, and Greece had just won its independence from the Ottoman Empire. The “Big Powers” of the time - Britain, France and Russia - duly appointed a Bavarian prince as Greece’s first king. His name was Otto. He arrived in his new kingdom with an entourage of German architects, engineers, doctors and soldiers - and set out to reconfigure the country to the romantic ideal of the times.
    The 19th century had seen a resurgence of Europeans’ interest in ancient Greece. Big names such as Goethe, Shelley, Byron, Delacroix and many other artists, poets and musicians sought inspiration in classical beauty. They marveled at the white marble and solemn temples of Hellas, and longed for a lost purity in thought, aesthetics and warm-blooded passion. Revisiting the sensual Greece of Orpheus and Sappho was ballast to the detached coolness of science or the dehumanizing onslaught of the Industrial Revolution.
    Otto saw to it that modern Greece lived up to that romantic image. Athens, at that time a small hamlet of a few goatherds, was inaugurated as the new national capital. The architects from Munich designed and built a royal palace, an academy, a library, a university and all the beautiful neoclassical edifices that contemporary Greek anarchists adorn with graffiti. There was no Sparta in Otto’s kingdom, so a new Sparta was constructed from scratch by the banks of the Eurotas River, where brave Lacedemonians used to take their baths. Modern Greece was thus invented as a backdrop to contemporary European art and imagination.
    ᗪEᔕᑭITE TᕼE ᗷᗩᐯᗩᖇIᗩᑎ ᔕOᒪᗪIEᖇᔕ ᗯᕼO EᔕᑕOᖇTEᗪ ᕼIᗰ, KIᑎG OTTO ᗯᗩᔕ EᐯEᑎTᑌᗩᒪᒪY E᙭ᑭEᒪᒪEᗪ ᗷY ᗩ ᑕOᑌᑭ. ᗷᑌT TᕼE ᖴOᑌᑎᗪᗩTIOᑎᔕ Oᖴ ᕼIᔕTOᖇIᑕᗩᒪ ᗰIᔕᑌᑎᗪEᖇᔕTᗩᑎᗪIᑎG ᕼᗩᗪ ᗷEEᑎ ᒪᗩIᗪ, TO ᕼᗩᑌᑎT GᖇEEᑕE ᗩᑎᗪ ITᔕ ᖇEᒪᗩTIOᑎᔕ ᗯITᕼ ITᔕEᒪᖴ ᗩᑎᗪ OTᕼEᖇ EᑌᖇOᑭEᗩᑎ ᑎᗩTIOᑎᔕ ᖴOᖇEᐯEᖇ.
    No matter what Otto may have imagined, the truth was that my real forefathers, the brave people who started fighting for their freedom against the Turks in 1821, had not been in suspended animation for 2,000 years. Although their bonds with the land, the ruined temples, the lost Koine language, the names and the myths were strong and rich, they were not walking around in white cloaks wearing laurels on their heads. They were Christian orthodox, conservative and fiercely antagonistic toward their governing institutions. In other words, they were an embarrassment to all those folks in Berlin, Paris and London who expected resurrected philosophers sacrificing to Zeus. The profound gap between the ancient and the modern had to be bridged somehow, in order to satisfy the romantic expectations that Europe had of Greece. So a historical narrative was put together claiming uninterrupted continuity with the ancient past. With time, this narrative became the central dogma of Greek national policy and identity.
    ᗩᔕ ᗩ KIᗪ GᖇOᗯIᑎG ᑌᑭ Iᑎ GᖇEEᑕE Iᑎ TᕼE 1970ᔕ, I ᕼᗩᗪ TO ᒪEᗩᖇᑎ ᑎOT OᑎE, ᗷᑌT TᕼᖇEE GᖇEEK ᒪᗩᑎGᑌᗩGEᔕ. ᖴIᖇᔕT, IT ᗯᗩᔕ TᕼE ᗪEᗰOTIᑕ ᑭᗩᖇᒪᗩᑎᑕE Oᖴ EᐯEᖇYᗪᗩY ᒪIᖴE, TᕼE ᒪIᐯIᑎG ᗯOᖇᗪᔕ ᑭEOᑭᒪE E᙭ᑕᕼᗩᑎGEᗪ ᗩT TᕼE ᗰᗩᖇKETᑭᒪᗩᑕEᔕ ᗩᑎᗪ Iᑎ TᕼE ᔕTᖇEETᔕ. ᗷᑌT ᗩT ᔕᑕᕼOOᒪ, ᗯE ᗯEᖇE TᗩᑌGᕼT ᔕOᗰETᕼIᑎG ᗪIᖴᖴEᖇEᑎT: IT ᗯᗩᔕ ᑕᗩᒪᒪEᗪ “KᗩTᕼᗩᖇEᐯOᑌᔕᗩ” - “ᑕᒪEᗩᑎᔕEᗪ” - ᗩ ᒪᗩᑎGᑌᗩGE ᗪEᔕIGᑎEᗪ ᗷY 19Tᕼ-ᑕEᑎTᑌᖇY IᑎTEᒪᒪEᑕTᑌᗩᒪᔕ TO ᑭᑌᖇIᖴY ᗪEᗰOTIᑕ ᖴᖇOᗰ TᕼE ᑕOᖇᑎᑌᑕOᑭIᗩ Oᖴ ᗷOᖇᖇOᗯEᗪ TᑌᖇKIᔕᕼ, ᔕᒪᗩᐯIᑕ ᗩᑎᗪ ᒪᗩTIᑎ ᗯOᖇᗪᔕ. ᖴIᑎᗩᒪᒪY, ᗯE ᕼᗩᗪ TO ᔕTᑌᗪY ᗩᑎᑕIEᑎT GᖇEEK, TᕼE ᒪᗩᑎGᑌᗩGE Oᖴ Oᑌᖇ ᑕᒪᗩᔕᔕIᑕᗩᒪ ᗩᑎᑕEᔕTOᖇᔕ, TᕼE ᕼEᖇOEᔕ Oᖴ ᗰᗩᖇᗩTᕼOᑎ ᗩᑎᗪ TᕼEᖇᗰOᑭYᒪᗩE.

  • Mirko shqip
    Mirko shqip 4 days ago +7

    greece are turks!!!

    • Vizanti
      Vizanti 8 hours ago +1

      @Zagor the MACEDONIAN noooo that comment threat was fuuuun 😢 😊

    • Vizanti
      Vizanti 8 hours ago

      @Zagor the MACEDONIAN because I call you bulgardonia?

    • roxy 01
      roxy 01 9 hours ago +3

      james34 boy?! ahahaha he was a boy 50 years ago))))

    • Zagor the MACEDONIAN
      Zagor the MACEDONIAN 10 hours ago

      james34
      She’s going crazy like others, because you deleted your post with 110 comments. And you did the right stuff.

    • Zagor the MACEDONIAN
      Zagor the MACEDONIAN 11 hours ago

      Vizanti why Kurd?? You’re asking me? Think about yourself why.

  • james34
    james34 4 days ago +5

    for some people in the comment section xD
    Here are 9 ways you can control your anger:
    1. Count down
    Count down (or up) to 10. If you’re really mad, start at 100. In the time it takes you to count, your heart rate will slow, and your anger will likely subside.
    2. Take a breather
    Your breathing becomes shallower and speeds up as you grow angry. Reverse that trend (and your anger) by taking slow, deep breaths from your nose and exhaling out of your mouth for several moments.
    3. Go walk around
    ExerciseTrusted Source can help calm your nerves and reduce anger. Go for a walk, ride your bike, or hit a few golf balls. Anything that gets your limbs pumping is good for your mind and body.
    4. Relax your muscles
    Progressive muscle relaxation calls on you to tense and slowly relax various muscle groups in your body, one at a time. As you tense and release, take slow, deliberate breaths.
    5. Repeat a mantra
    Find a word or phrase that helps you calm down and refocus. Repeat that word again and again to yourself when you’re upset. “Relax,” “Take it easy, and “You’ll be OK” are all good examples.
    6. Stretch
    Neck rolls and shoulder rolls are good examples of nonstrenuous yoga-like movements that can help you control your body and harness your emotions. No fancy equipment required.
    7. Mentally escape
    Slip into a quiet room, close your eyes, and practice visualizing yourself in a relaxing scene. Focus on details in the imaginary scene: What color is the water? How tall are the mountains? What do the chirping birds sound like? This practice can help you find calm amidst anger.
    8. Play some tunes
    Let music carry you away from your feelings. Put in earbuds or slip out to your car. Crank up your favorite music (avoid heavy metal), and hum, bop, or sashay your anger away.
    9. Stop talking
    When you’re steamed, you may be tempted to let the angry words fly, but you’re more likely to do harm than good. Pretend your lips are glued shut, just like you did as a kid. This moment without speaking will give you time to collect your thought9

    • james34
      james34 2 days ago +3

      @Vizanti your comment doesn't make sence xD. how can someone find pills in trash? maybe you have serched so you know better xDD

    • *Hunter
      *Hunter 2 days ago +2

      Vizanti
      I see you've washed your Kurdish g@yass, but your 👄 is still more dirt
      *KANAK* cheater

    • Vizanti
      Vizanti 2 days ago +6

      @james34 sit back and take pills you found in trash bulgardonian beggar.

    • james34
      james34 2 days ago +2

      @Vizanti sit down and get some medication. if you can afford of course xDDD

    • Mishel is Back
      Mishel is Back 3 days ago +6

      Vizanti
      *F@CK YOU SIK KAFALI*

  • james34
    james34 4 days ago

    578

  • james34
    james34 4 days ago

    5778

    • *Hunter
      *Hunter 2 days ago +3

      Hahaha 5 likes here for two hours.
      On this comment section.
      It used to take you eternity to collect 3
      Only dead 💀 ✝️ *KANAK* is good Kurd.

    • Vizanti
      Vizanti 2 days ago +5

      Poor spamming loser. Go get money for a doctor. Go work!

  • james34
    james34 4 days ago

    345

  • james34
    james34 4 days ago

    sdt

  • james34
    james34 4 days ago

    685

  • james34
    james34 4 days ago +2

    for some people in the comment section xD
    Here are 9 ways you can control your anger:
    1. Count down
    Count down (or up) to 10. If you’re really mad, start at 100. In the time it takes you to count, your heart rate will slow, and your anger will likely subside.

    2. Take a breather
    Your breathing becomes shallower and speeds up as you grow angry. Reverse that trend (and your anger) by taking slow, deep breaths from your nose and exhaling out of your mouth for several moments.

    3. Go walk around
    ExerciseTrusted Source can help calm your nerves and reduce anger. Go for a walk, ride your bike, or hit a few golf balls. Anything that gets your limbs pumping is good for your mind and body.

    4. Relax your muscles
    Progressive muscle relaxation calls on you to tense and slowly relax various muscle groups in your body, one at a time. As you tense and release, take slow, deliberate breaths.

    5. Repeat a mantra
    Find a word or phrase that helps you calm down and refocus. Repeat that word again and again to yourself when you’re upset. “Relax,” “Take it easy, and “You’ll be OK” are all good examples.

    6. Stretch
    Neck rolls and shoulder rolls are good examples of nonstrenuous yoga-like movements that can help you control your body and harness your emotions. No fancy equipment required.

    7. Mentally escape
    Slip into a quiet room, close your eyes, and practice visualizing yourself in a relaxing scene. Focus on details in the imaginary scene: What color is the water? How tall are the mountains? What do the chirping birds sound like? This practice can help you find calm amidst anger.

    8. Play some tunes
    Let music carry you away from your feelings. Put in earbuds or slip out to your car. Crank up your favorite music (avoid heavy metal), and hum, bop, or sashay your anger away.

    9. Stop talking
    When you’re steamed, you may be tempted to let the angry words fly, but you’re more likely to do harm than good. Pretend your lips are glued shut, just like you did as a kid. This moment without speaking will give you time to collect your thoughts.

  • james34
    james34 4 days ago

    xvd

  • james34
    james34 4 days ago

    sfss

  • james34
    james34 4 days ago

    sgwa

  • james34
    james34 4 days ago

    ggre

  • james34
    james34 4 days ago

    fvaa

  • james34
    james34 4 days ago

    fgar

  • james34
    james34 4 days ago

    gvg

  • james34
    james34 4 days ago

    fdg

  • GrecoTurk analopolous
    GrecoTurk analopolous 5 days ago +6

    the word ellenes or ellada doesnt have any real meaning in modern greeks language. we were forced to take this name by bavvarians and germans

    • Ancient Alienbanians
      Ancient Alienbanians 3 days ago +6

      @Thanasis Sideris he is not Bulgarian. He is AUTOKTON turkalbanian from Dagestan

    • Zagor the MACEDONIAN
      Zagor the MACEDONIAN 4 days ago +8

      GrecoTurk analopolous
      That’s right my Romi, at least you are honest not like dirty Gayreeks. A beer 🍺 for you, chave

    • Mishel is Back
      Mishel is Back 4 days ago +8

      *ATANAS SESERIS SERKOTO*
      I think he's your ethiopian mitera’s boyfriend!

  • Mishel is Back
    Mishel is Back 5 days ago +7

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  • Yılmaz Temiroğlu
    Yılmaz Temiroğlu 5 days ago +5

    Nice video and as a Turkish person I love Greece and our culture and other things are so similar

  • test 581
    test 581 5 days ago +7

    Stephen Miller: FYROM Is Practicing Virtual History; Macedonia Was and Is Greek

    Stephen-Miller1In 1992, following the division of Yugoslavia into five states, southern Serbia (FYROM) adopted the name Macedonia, claiming that its people are descendants of ancient Macedonia. But the claim did not stop there. It extended much further into the realm of historical distortion by delinking ancient Macedonia from ancient Greece and portraying Macedonians as Slavs, even if the latter appear much later on the scene (as one other group among “barbarians”) and are first mentioned as an ethnic group by Byzantine authors.

    Naturally, Greece has objected to the use of the name Macedonia by its northern neighbor, and the issue remains unresolved although the rest of the world (including some high-minded Greek leftists!) seems to be using freely the term Macedonia instead of FYROM.

    Nonetheless, history and scholarship is clearly on the side of Greece, as Professor Stephen Miller from the University of California and one of the world’s leading archaeology scholars reminds us in a recent exchange over the contentious issue of the use of the name Macedonia by a nation whose people are Slavic.

  • Јована
    Јована 5 days ago +1

    "Back in your days, you ruined my days!" Tha's a good one :D

  • Sonny Corleone
    Sonny Corleone 5 days ago +9

    Greetings from Serbia !
    CRVENA ZVEZDA - OLYMPIACOS !

  • Alex Georgiou
    Alex Georgiou 5 days ago +15

    how tf is Alexander the great from FYROM he's Macedonian which is a greek state.

    • pocoloco
      pocoloco 5 days ago +12

      Άλλο ένα σκοπιανό ψέμα. Στις 26/07/1985 άλλαξε ονομασία το υπουργείο και έγινε υπουργείο Μακεδονίας-Θράκης από υπουργείο βορείου ελλάδας που ήταν πριν. Η περιοχή πάντα λεγόταν μακεδονία από τους έλληνες, σλαβοπιθήκι. Τα ψέματα σας πρέπει να έχουν και ένα όριο.

    • *Hunter
      *Hunter 5 days ago +5

      So what little Ethiopian Skata, why you called that occupied region of Macedonia until 1990 Greek North,
      malakas.

  • Croatian Guy
    Croatian Guy 5 days ago +15

    I love Greece, from Croatia
    🇭🇷❤🇬🇷

    • Croatian Guy
      Croatian Guy 28 minutes ago +1

      @FAN of Eurovision Song Contest Netherlands ❤❤
      Croatia loves Greece!

    • FAN of Eurovision Song Contest Netherlands
      FAN of Eurovision Song Contest Netherlands 8 hours ago +1

      Croatian Guy HVALA 🇬🇷❤🇭🇷

    • *Hunter
      *Hunter 3 days ago +4

      Vizanti
      Said KURD who gets all the time triple penetration in his tiny black @ssh@le

    • Vizanti
      Vizanti 3 days ago +9

      @*Hunter he loves doing your bulgarianass

  • ATTIQ ALBANIAN
    ATTIQ ALBANIAN 5 days ago +6

    You Forgot to Mention This is SPARTAAAAA 🇬🇷

  • test 581
    test 581 6 days ago +8

    Alexander III of Macedon (Greek: Αλέξανδρος Γʹ ὁ Μακεδών; 20/21 July 356 BC - 10/11 June 323 BC), commonly known as Alexander the Great (Ancient Greek: Ἀλέξανδρος ὁ Μέγας, romanized: Aléxandros ho Mégas), was a king (basileus) of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon[a] and a member of the Argead dynasty. He was born in Pella in 356 BC and succeeded his father Philip II to the throne at the age of 20. He spent most of his ruling years on an unprecedented military campaign through Asia and northeast Africa, and by the age of thirty he had created one of the largest empires of the ancient world, stretching from Greece to northwestern India.[1][2] He was undefeated in battle and is widely considered one of history's most successful military commanders.[3]

    During his youth, Alexander was tutored by Aristotle until age 16. After Philip's assassination in 336 BC, he succeeded his father to the throne and inherited a strong kingdom and an experienced army. Alexander was awarded the generalship of Greece and used this authority to launch his father's pan-Hellenic project to lead the Greeks in the conquest of Persia.[4][5] In 334 BC, he invaded the Achaemenid Empire (Persian Empire) and began a series of campaigns that lasted 10 years. Following the conquest of Anatolia, Alexander broke the power of Persia in a series of decisive battles, most notably the battles of Issus and Gaugamela. He subsequently overthrew Persian King Darius III and conquered the Achaemenid Empire in its entirety.[b] At that point, his empire stretched from the Adriatic Sea to the Indus River.

    Alexander endeavored to reach the "ends of the world and the Great Outer Sea" and invaded India in 326 BC, winning an important victory over the Pauravas at the Battle of the Hydaspes. He eventually turned back at the demand of his homesick troops, dying in Babylon in 323 BC, the city that he planned to establish as his capital, without executing a series of planned campaigns that would have begun with an invasion of Arabia. In the years following his death, a series of civil wars tore his empire apart, resulting in the establishment of several states ruled by the Diadochi: Alexander's surviving generals and heirs.

    Alexander's legacy includes the cultural diffusion and syncretism which his conquests engendered, such as Greco-Buddhism. He founded some twenty cities that bore his name, most notably Alexandria in Egypt. Alexander's settlement of Greek colonists and the resulting spread of Greek culture in the east resulted in a new Hellenistic civilization, aspects of which were still evident in the traditions of the Byzantine Empire in the mid-15th century AD and the presence of Greek speakers in central and far eastern Anatolia until the 1920s. Alexander became legendary as a classical hero in the mold of Achilles, and he features prominently in the history and mythic traditions of both Greek and non-Greek cultures. He became the measure against which military leaders compared themselves, and military academies throughout the world still teach his tactics.[6][c] He is often ranked among the most influential people in history.[7]

    • james34
      james34 5 days ago

      Macedonians (Macedonian: Македонци, romanized: Makedonci) or Macedonian people (Macedonian: македонски народ, romanized: makedonski narod) are a nation and a South Slavic ethnic group native to the region of Macedonia. They speak the Macedonian language, a South Slavic language. About two thirds of all ethnic Macedonians live in North Macedonia and there are also communities in a number of other countries.

    • Zagor the MACEDONIAN
      Zagor the MACEDONIAN 5 days ago +2

      Arnold Beck
      I just wanted to advise you friendly that there are not exist any North Macedonians. We are ethnic Macedonians. From unfortunately North Macedonia. Our ethnicity is Macedonian like you are hypothetically German, or Austrian or Dutch or whatever you are. This “North” , Macedonian people does not accept, only the traitors in our Government.
      About Greeks, because they want to be Macedonians very much :D, they could be only geographical “Macedonians” nothing more because their ethnicity is already Greek.
      Btw, “their” part of ethnic Macedonia has been occupied and annexed in 1913 after Second Balkan war. Since then onwards, they claim “Macedonia is Greek”. Sadly.

    • Arnold Beck
      Arnold Beck 5 days ago

      @Zagor the MACEDONIAN there are many types of macedonias if you search on wikipedia. I wanted to state the macedonians in the northern part and the southern part so i can understand to which people he was reffering to. Now stop being a drama queen. Bruh!

    • Zagor the MACEDONIAN
      Zagor the MACEDONIAN 5 days ago +2

      Arnold Beck
      There’s no North Macedonians. Only Macedonians. Educate yourself first correctly then post a comment

    • Arnold Beck
      Arnold Beck 5 days ago

      @GrecoTurk analopolous you talk about north macedonians or the macedonians that live in thessaloniki?

  • test 581
    test 581 6 days ago +5

    The culture of Greece has evolved over thousands of years, beginning in Mycenaean Greece, continuing most notably into Classical Greece, through the influence of the Roman Empire and its successor the Byzantine Empire. Other cultures and states such as the Frankish states, the Ottoman Empire, the Venetian Republic and Bavarian and Danish monarchies have also left their influence on modern Greek culture, but historians credit the Greek War of Independence with revitalising Greece and giving birth to a single entity of its multi-faceted culture.

    Greece is widely considered to be the cradle of Western culture[1] and democracy. Modern democracies owe a debt to Greek beliefs in government by the people, trial by jury, and equality under the law. The ancient Greeks pioneered in many fields that rely on systematic thought, including biology, geometry, history,[2] philosophy, and physics. They introduced such important literary forms as epic and lyric poetry, history, tragedy, and comedy. In their pursuit of order and proportion, the Greeks created an ideal of beauty that strongly influenced Western art.[3]

  • test 581
    test 581 6 days ago +5

    Ancient Greece (Greek: Ἑλλάς, romanized: Hellás) was a civilization belonging to a period of Greek history from the Greek Dark Ages of the 12th-9th centuries BC to the end of antiquity (c. AD 600). Immediately following this period was the beginning of the Early Middle Ages and the Byzantine era.[1] Roughly three centuries after the Late Bronze Age collapse of Mycenaean Greece, Greek urban poleis began to form in the 8th century BC, ushering in the Archaic period and colonization of the Mediterranean Basin. This was followed by the period of Classical Greece, an era that began with the Greco-Persian Wars, lasting from the 5th to 4th centuries BC. Due to the conquests by Alexander the Great of Macedon, Hellenistic civilization flourished from Central Asia to the western end of the Mediterranean Sea. The Hellenistic period came to an end with the conquests and annexations of the eastern Mediterranean world by the Roman Republic, which established the Roman province of Macedonia in Roman Greece, and later the province of Achaea during the Roman Empire.

    Classical Greek culture, especially philosophy, had a powerful influence on ancient Rome, which carried a version of it to many parts of the Mediterranean Basin and Europe. For this reason, Classical Greece is generally considered to be the seminal culture which provided the foundation of modern Western culture and is considered the cradle of Western civilization.[2][3][4]

    Classical Greek culture gave great importance to knowledge. Science and religion were not separate and getting closer to the truth meant getting closer to the gods. In this context, they understood the importance of mathematics as an instrument for obtaining more reliable ("divine") knowledge.[5] Greek culture, in a few centuries and with a limited population, managed to explore and make progress in many fields of science, mathematics, philosophy and knowledge in general.

  • james34
    james34 6 days ago +6

    The history of Greece encompasses the history of the territory of the modern nation state of Greece as well as that of the Greek people and the areas they inhabited and ruled historically. The scope of Greek habitation and rule has varied throughout the ages and as a result the history of Greece is similarly elastic in what it includes. Generally, the history of Greece is divided into the following periods:

    Neolithic Greece covering a period beginning with the establishment of agricultural societies in 7000 BC and ending in 3200/3100 BC,
    Helladic (Minoan or Bronze Age) chronology covering a period beginning with the transition to a metal-based economy in 3200/3100 BC to the rise and fall of the Mycenaean Greek palaces spanning roughly five centuries (1600-1100 BC),
    Ancient Greece covering a period from the fall of the Mycenaean civilization in 1100 BC to 146 BC spanning multiple sub-periods including the Greek Dark Ages (or Iron Age, Homeric Age), Archaic period, the Classical period and the Hellenistic period,
    Roman Greece covering a period from the Roman conquest of Greece in 146 BC to 324 AD,
    Byzantine Greece covering a period from the establishment of the capital city of Byzantium, Constantinople, in 324 AD until the fall of Constantinople in 1453 AD,
    Frankish/Latin Greece (including the Venetian possesions) covering a period from the Fourth Crusade (1204) to 1797, year of disestablishment of the Venetian Republic,
    Ottoman Greece covering a period from 1453 up until the Greek Revolution of 1821,
    Modern Greece covering a period from 1821 to the present.
    At its cultural and geographical peak, Greek civilization spread from Egypt all the way to the Hindu Kush mountains in Afghanistan. Since then, Greek minorities have remained in former Greek territories (e.g. Turkey, Albania, Italy, Libya, Levant, Armenia, Georgia) and Greek emigrants have assimilated into differing societies across the globe (e.g. North America, Australia, Northern Europe, South Africa). Nowadays most Greeks live in the modern states of Greece (independent since 1821) and Cyprus.

  • BROtHerGam1ñ9 YT
    BROtHerGam1ñ9 YT 6 days ago +21

    Very powerful rich history !
    I love Greece from Serbia 🇷🇸!
    🇷🇸♥️🇬🇷☦️☦️☦️

  • Ziad Talaat
    Ziad Talaat 6 days ago +16

    Love from Alexandria 🇪🇬 💙💙