As you may already know, Ball burned himself to death outside a New Hampshire courthouse. Marcotte, in her comment heresuggested that there might have been other, more personal reasons for his suicide — namely, the desire to hurt his ex-wife: Still other MRAs resorted to assorted variations on the c-word. As she points out, correctly, suicide and threats of suicide are common tactics used by abusers to hurt their victims.
Background[ edit ] Rigas Feraios 's envisioned pan-Balkan federation flag. At first, in Belgrade in a number of radical Balkan intellectuals founded the Democratic Oriental Federation, proposing a federation Bled manifesto the Alps to Cyprus based on political freedom Bled manifesto social equality.
They confirmed their adherence to the ideals of French Revolution in the line of Saint-Simon 's federalism and in relation to the socialist ideas of Karl Marx or Mikhail Bakunin. Later, in France, a League for the Balkan Confederation, was constituted inin which Greek, Bulgarian, Serbian, and Romanian socialists participated, supporting Macedonian autonomy inside the general federation of Southeast Europe, as an attempt to deal with the complexity of the Macedonian Question.
The next attempt came immediately after the Young Turk Revolution in This group underestimated, tillthe political significance of nationalismas this significance manifested itself in the right of national self-determination.
Its leadership kept a moderate position in regard with the nationalistic tendencies in Balkan social democratic parties. The main platforms at this conference were Balkan unity and action against the impending wars.
Another important aspect was the call for a solution to the Macedonian Question. Inafter a conference in Bucharestit was decided to create a Revolutionary Balkan Social Democratic Labour Federation, comprising groups which adhered to the Zimmerwald Conference and opposed participation in World War I.
InDimitrov wrote that Macedonia" The leaders of the Federation were repressed by the Balkan governments at different intervals. Later he made his way to Russia, where he joined the Bolshevik Party after the October Revolution inand subsequently Dimitrov, Kolarov, and Rakovsky became members of the Comintern.
Balkan Communist Federation[ edit ] After the Russian October Revolutiona Balkan Communist Federation was formed in —, and was influenced by Vladimir Lenin 's views on nationality see Proletarian internationalism.
It was a Communist umbrella organisation in which all the Communist parties in the Balkans were represented. It was dominated by the requirements imposed by the Soviet Union through the Comintern.
It advocated a "Balkan Federative Republic" that would have included BulgariaYugoslaviaGreeceand Turkey ; some projects also involved Romaniabut most of them only envisaged its fragmentation. It was disestablished in In SofiaBulgaria, May—Junethe question of the "autonomy of Macedonia, Dobruja and Thrace " was raised by Vasil Kolarov and was backed by Dimitrov, the Bulgarian delegate who presided over the meeting.
The Greek delegate asked for a postponement as he was reluctant to approve a motion that was not on the agenda. The idea for a new unified organization was supported by the Soviet Union, which saw a chance for using this well developed revolutionary movements to spread revolution in the Balkans and destabilize the Balkan monarchies.
The so-called May Manifesto of 6 May was issued in which the objectives of the unified Macedonian liberation movement were presented: Inunder the influence of the BKP, several left-wing splinter groups the Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization Unitedthe Dobrujan Revolutionary Organisation and the Internal Thracian Organizationrespectively, seceded from the main organizations.
These wings militated for their own Soviet Republics, which would be part of a "Balkan Communist Federation". The BKP was compelled by Stalin to endorse the formation of MacedonianThracian, and Dobrujan nations in order to include those new separate states in the Balkan Communist Federation.
The KKE delegate Nikolaos Sargologos signed the motion without central authorisation; instead of returning to Athenshe emigrated to the United States. In Juneat its 5th meeting, it recognised "the Macedonian people" and in Decemberit endorsed the motion for "a united and independent Macedonia and a united and independent Thrace" with the perspective of entering into a union within a Balkan federation "against the national and social yoke of the Greek and Bulgarian bourgeoisie ".
Dissentions within the KKE had already made the motion untenable byand in March, the KKE conference watered it down, calling for autodetermination of the Macedonians until they join a "Balkan Soviet Socialist Federation" and only for "a section of Macedonia Florina area inhabited by Slavomacedonians  " Byit simply called for "equal rights to all" due to the "change of the national composition of the Greek part of Macedonia" and hence because "the Leninist — Stalinist principle of self-determination demands the substitution of the old slogan".
The KPJ had its own problems and dissentions; fears of Serbianisation of the party and of the Vardar Banovinawhose inhabitants felt closer though not necessarily identified to Bulgaria than the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
In AlbaniaCommunist ideas were mainly infiltrated by adjacent countries. Despite the effort of the Comintern to establish a Communist Party by sending and supporting emissaries as Kosta Boshnjaku and Ali Kelmendi later, Communist groups were not well organized, and they were weak.
The Communist Party would be established only in Nevertheless, the contacts of the Albanians with Comintern were set way before. The Paris Peace Conference had fixed the borders of Albania as defined pre- World War I by the London Conference of —13leaving substantial Albanian-populated areas outside of its borders.
At the same time, the country was dominated by during the early s by an Ottoman ruling class with no intention of addressing the country's sharp topics, including an agrarian reform and the fate of the Albanians left outside the borders.
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The Balkan Federation project was a left-wing political movement to create a "Balkan federation".. The concept of a Balkan federation emerged in the late 19th century from among left political forces in the region.
The central aim was to establish a new political unity: a common federal republic unifying the Balkan Peninsula on the basis of internationalism, socialism, social solidarity, and.
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