Watching again the Fyromian government's propaganda video (see post below Macedonia name mistake), in which (a Bulgarian-speaking!) Alexander the Great prior to the Battle of Gaugamela is shown to state to skeptical officers worried that their cause is hopeless before such a formidable opponent:
'Fortunately, those who think like you are in a minority. I started out to liberate the world, not to teach waverers the meaning of courage and responsibility. I believe in myself, in my decisions and I believe in my people. Forward to victory!'
it struck me that the man behind the production of this video, the man sponsoring all this Fyromian nationalist hysteria, i.e. Fyrom's Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski, is actually comparing himself to Alexander the Great, and believes, in fact, that the 'battles' he (Gruevski) is waging with Greece over Fyromia's name are the equivalent of those Alexander waged against the Persians and others.
I ask myself: are there no men in white coats in Fyromia to take this Gruevski away?