Talk:History of the Eastern Orthodox Church in North America

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This is a very biased, almost bigoted, article that needs to be immediately removed or severely edited to correct it. It is amazing that there is no clear separate mention to the Hellenic (Greek) Orthodox Church the greatest of all orthodox churches in North America, not even a picture of one of the hundreds of Greek Orthodox churches in the United States. Shame also on the writer of this article for the propaganda efforts against the legitimate Greek protests about FYROM (former yugoslavian republic of Macedonia) to usurp the historic and cultural heritage of the Greek Makedonians and specifically the kingdom of Makedon and Alexander the Great. If you were half decent you would have referred to the so called "Macedonian Church" in Ajax, Ontario, as FYROM Church. Which is how all international fora have recognized it (NATO, EU, etc) until the naming dispute is settled (e.g. the day FYROM acknowledge the fact that ancient Macedonia was in and will always remain a part of the Hellenic (Greek) History. Shame on you all who have contributed to this article so far! Submitted by XwpisONOMA(at)gMail(dot)com. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2601:246:4E01:2DD3:6D19:ED38:1BE4:2F6E (talk) 05:20, 3 January 2017 (UTC)