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History talk

Postby Irascibil » Sun Jul 13, 2008 1:58 pm

kispestes wrote:
camaradu wrote:another history lesson of yours,kispestes?... :lol:

History lessons?okey!
Do you remember 1920.05.04.?Trianon... Before the first world war Transylvania was never have romania... Romania since 1869? Stolen language, stolen area, stolen history and name...
Serbia. I respect to the serb nation. But lokk the history. Before th XVI.century the serbians live in area kosovo.Vojvodina/Novi Sad was hungarian area,lived hungarian people. The turkish killd the peoples, and the XVII.century serbs settled there!Fact, that 1920 live more serb people than hungarians for novi sad.You say that vojvodina is serb because of this area. But today in kosovo living 2 million albanian and 150.000 serb.So much happened that the Serbian folk withdrew to the north.
Its correct?

Romania.The romanians original name vlachs.The name "romania" was born in the XVIII.century.Its fact!The european history does not know a country like that, that vlachia or romania.Because was a little poor nation.
Tansylvania was hungarian area more than until a thousand years.
The peace of trianon was fraud!Benito Mussolini sad: "Guistizia per l'Ungheria la grande mutilata!"
sorry the off!


camaradu wrote:Romania since 1869?!what about it?..."Stolen language, stolen area, stolen history and name..."?!?!who's language,who's area,who's history and who's name? :lol: we speak(the historians say,i don't agree with them)a latin language.as for the territory,we live here since the Dacians,our ancestors. :wink: about the history and name?...again,stolen from whom?
as for the serbs...i don't know their history very well...i know that they're related with the bulgarians,russians etc,and that kosovo was a territory of the ancient iliria(sorry,i don't know how you spell this in english),iliria being the ancient albania,so to speak...
as for Romania...if it was so poor...why on earth were you so interested in its territory?a?you,the russians,poland(in its glory period),the turks...i'm not going to discuss why the romanian were poor back then because it would take kinda long...
you're saying that in kosovo the albanians are now 2 millions and the serbs somewhere around 150.000...there for the albanians represent the majority,right?well...isn't that the same situation in Transilvania(this is how you actually spell it)since the Dacians?
i can hardly wait for your answer... :lol:


kispestes wrote:
camaradu wrote:Romania since 1869?!what about it?..."Stolen language, stolen area, stolen history and name..."?!?!who's language,who's area,who's history and who's name? :lol: we speak(the historians say,i don't agree with them)a latin language.as for the territory,we live here since the Dacians,our ancestors. :wink: about the history and name?...again,stolen from whom?
as for the serbs...i don't know their history very well...i know that they're related with the bulgarians,russians etc,and that kosovo was a territory of the ancient iliria(sorry,i don't know how you spell this in english),iliria being the ancient albania,so to speak...
as for Romania...if it was so poor...why on earth were you so interested in its territory?a?you,the russians,poland(in its glory period),the turks...i'm not going to discuss why the romanian were poor back then because it would take kinda long...
you're saying that in kosovo the albanians are now 2 millions and the serbs somewhere around 150.000...there for the albanians represent the majority,right?well...isn't that the same situation in Transilvania(this is how you actually spell it)since the Dacians?
i can hardly wait for your answer... :lol:


Where is romania the historical maps,example the XIV.century??Nowhere...The X.century?Nowhere...Why?:)
When we arrive in the Carpathian basin, this area was quasi uninhabited!
Transylvania live the Szekely's who's descendant the Huns!The Szekelys and the Avars live the Carpath Basin for the VI-VII.century!The Szekelys live in Transylvania for 1200-1300 year!!!
The serbians live in "vojvodina/novi sad" for the XVI.century...
In kosovo live two million albanian and 150 000 serb,is offical data!The Dacians my opinion is not ancestors the romanians...Tha dacians missed the III-IV. century,when the Huns arrived in europe.The first mentioning him to the Romanians the XII-XIII.century.1000 year the different...And this time the name vlach,not romanians.
Few historical map:
A.D.1000
http://www.lemontree.hu/egyebkep/linkke ... 000big.jpg
A.D.1300
http://www.lemontree.hu/egyebkep/linkke ... 300big.jpg
Where is Romania?But was Vallachian Banates...
A.D.1400
http://www.lemontree.hu/egyebkep/linkke ... 400big.jpg
Romania nowhere,but the Principaliti of Vallachian is more biggest...
A.D.1500:
http://www.lemontree.hu/egyebkep/linkke ... 500big.jpg
A.D.1600
http://www.lemontree.hu/egyebkep/linkke ... 600big.jpg
A.D.1700
http://www.lemontree.hu/egyebkep/linkke ... 700big.jpg
where is romania...?
A.D.1800
http://www.lemontree.hu/egyebkep/linkke ... 800big.jpg
A.D.1900
http://www.lemontree.hu/egyebkep/linkke ... 900big.jpg
Huhh,romania was born in the XIX.century...! :oops: :lol:

And seeing Serbia.The X-XV.century Serbia was south the Balkan,this area today kosovo...


camaradu wrote:mate...when the huns arrived in Transilvania,they found nobody?! :lol: you must be fucking stupid to believe something like that. :lol: :roll: let me ask you something:ever been to Transilvania? :D do you have any clue what that land is like? :D do you think,with your peanut sized brain,that a land full of forests,gold,silver,rivers and other natural riches,wanted desperately by the romans would remain unhabitated for what?6 centuries? :roll: than(i ask again the same question as in the last post)why were you,and still are,so interested into this territory?
as for the maps...well...come on... :lol:



kispestes wrote:
camaradu wrote:mate...when the huns arrived in Transilvania,they found nobody?! :lol: you must be fucking stupid to believe something like that. :lol: :roll: let me ask you something:ever been to Transilvania? :D do you have any clue what that land is like? :D do you think,with your peanut sized brain,that a land full of forests,gold,silver,rivers and other natural riches,wanted desperately by the romans would remain unhabitated for what?6 centuries? :roll: than(i ask again the same question as in the last post)why were you,and still are,so interested into this territory?
as for the maps...well...come on... :lol:


its not answer my qestions.
Look the maps,transylvania was hungarian territory for the IX.century to XX.century.And where is romania in the VI-XIX.century?
But we accept that the Romanians are the successors of the Dacian ones. We may see that Dachian was a most weak and primitive folk then, since lost his language, his culture, his name and his identity due to 200 year Roman rules hardly...


camaradu wrote:mate...learn a few things about Dacia's history between III and VIII century and than we'll talk. :roll:
the Dacians a primitive folk?... :lol: are you really that dumb? :shock:


kispestes wrote:
camaradu wrote:mate...learn a few things about Dacia's history between III and VIII century and than we'll talk. :roll:
the Dacians a primitive folk?... :lol: are you really that dumb? :shock:

Yes,the dacians was primitiv,weak nations,because 200 year roman rules they losted language, identity ect.
Example,we,hungarians live in slavic enviroment,we lived turkish rules 150 years,but we dont losted the languege,cultur,identity... Because we are stronger!
But it may be an explanation, that for the Romanians nothing their alley to the Dacian ones...


camaradu wrote:did we mate?...no,sorry,you're right... :D don't argue with the dumb,someone
said once.i agree with you! :lol:


sofia_boy wrote:serbs related to bulgarians?!? camaradu, try again :lol: and i think your language is ridiculously close to Italian :roll:
slavs and thracians were not so primitive (especially thracians) but they organized themselves in tribes, not states. tharcians paid the price and they were very close to full extinction. I think romanians are inheritors not only to dacians (a very little part of their folk survived roman rule and the Barbarian Invasions), but some turkic folks, a little to slavs, and as far as I know romans sent in this territory their prisoners to work.

seems to me the forum needs a History thread :lol:


kispestes wrote:
sofia_boy wrote:serbs related to bulgarians?!? camaradu, try again :lol: and i think your language is ridiculously close to Italian :roll:
slavs and thracians were not so primitive (especially thracians) but they organized themselves in tribes, not states. tharcians paid the price and they were very close to full extinction. I think romanians are inheritors not only to dacians (a very little part of their folk survived roman rule and the Barbarian Invasions), but some turkic folks, a little to slavs, and as far as I know romans sent in this territory their prisoners to work.

seems to me the forum needs a History thread :lol:


I read it somewhere,that the Bulgarians the Utrigur and Kutrigur Huns association onto existence!Do you know?Its true?Becausa its true,the Hungarians and the bulgarians is relative nation!:)


sofia_boy wrote:Well, there is such theory that Bulgars and Huns are "cousins" but it's not accepted by all scholars :roll: Utigurs and Kutrigurs (Kotrags) were Bulgar tribes as well as Onogurs (according to Bulgarian historians) but I can't tell if they were related to your ancestors.


kispestes wrote:
sofia_boy wrote:Well, there is such theory that Bulgars and Huns are "cousins" but it's not accepted by all scholars :roll: Utigurs and Kutrigurs (Kotrags) were Bulgar tribes as well as Onogurs (according to Bulgarian historians) but I can't tell if they were related to your ancestors.

What the Hungarians' unambiguous relatives this burns for Hun, in this manner probable.
english website:
http://www.hunmagyar.org/main.html
Serbians!Sorry for the off!
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Postby sofia_boy » Fri Aug 22, 2008 8:44 pm

the funny version, based on the lie that a Macedonian nation exists:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBuI-uqy ... re=related

and the truth:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgkPRLT2 ... re=related
Velichko Dimitrov Kerin a.k.a. Vlado Chernozemski, who assassinated king Alexander in Marseille, was born in a village in the Rodopa mountains, obviously not in Macedonia, so how on earth could he have been "macedonian"?!?! He was a 100% bulgarian and all IMRO functioners were bulgarian and knew they were!
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Re: History talk

Postby Pravoslavie » Sat Jul 30, 2011 6:42 pm

juznifront, the most abusive serb attacks against Bulgaria are in 1885 and 1913 :arrow: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serbo-Bulgarian_War http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balkan_Wars :idea:
И българин съм не заради твойта слава
и твойте подвизи и твойта бранна сила,
а зарад туй, че съм безсилен да забравя
за ослепелите бойци на Самуила.
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