We as a people must take the initiative to learn about our past and not just swallow the garbage presented in Western (falsified) articles and books about our people, our country and our history! “The Slavic migration FAIRY-TALE pertains that: “a tribe,” which was unrecorded before the 6th century, “appeared from behind the Carpathian Mountains” to become the largest ethno-linguistic group in Europe “replacing all the previous recorded populations,” who were inhabiting Europe.
Further, this fabled “migration” is conspicuously absent from oral or written accounts in indigenous folklore. Macedonian folklore, for example, still containing songs and stories about ancient Macedonian kings, neglects to refer to Macedonians as “Slavs,” nor even mention a “migration from behind the Carpathian Mountains.” Like all labels, the intentionally forged term “Slavs” generates misleading assumptions, misconceptions and generalisations when heard by others. Fortunately, the move to separate this political bias from history has begun.
There are detailed records of the migration of the Anglo-Saxons, Normans, Goths, Tatars, Bulgars, Magyars, Hun(gars), Mongols, Turks, and other groups, but the “Slavic-migration,” which would’ve be presumably one of the most massive migrations in recent history, went virtually unnoticed by historians...
This begs the question – if there’s no recorded “Slavic-migration,” nor “Slavic homeland of origin,” could the “Slavic” label simply be a new reference for existing populations?
THE ANSWER IS YES!” Download the full paper via the link: https://www.academia.edu/2572082/The_invention_of_the_Slavic_fairytale