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Postby joe » Sun Feb 10, 2008 2:48 am

zan wrote:
kafenes wrote:Back to the point. Zan, do you or don't you have the list of the 100s of TC villages which were burnt down. YES or NO.


After spending all evening looking for he report an keep coming here nd keeping you posted...WHAT DO YOU THINK!!!!! :roll: :roll: :roll:


LOL

You have your moments man.
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Postby boomerang » Sun Feb 10, 2008 2:49 am

zan wrote:
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zan wrote:
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zan wrote:
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zan wrote:
joe wrote:
zan wrote:Greek Cypriot Fears

ON Christmas Day, the 950 troops of the Greek Army stationed in Cyprus joined Sampson and his mob, equipped with mortars, artillery and heavy machine guns. The Turkish contingent of 650 soldiers took up strategic positions on the Nicosia-Kyrenia road.



Zan, anyone can copy and paste fairy tales. I for one am not interested in fairy tales, i am interested in reading the full UN report of the paragraph you sited in this thread. Provide the full UN report please.


So far I have only found books to buy which have reference to the report...Still looking......Keep an eye on the sites that the copy and pastes are coming from big boy and don't be so dismissive......... :roll:


Somehow I do not believe you are the only one with books....Name of the book and pg numbers for ref will be fine Zan... :lol:


I haven't got the books Boomers...Sorry for the confusion...I found references to them whilst looking for the report in question. I am sure you can google the reference books..I am still looking for the report but it seems the archives don't go back that far on reports but it does for resolutions...Don't worry...You will be the first to know when I find it.....IF I find it....


Well until you find it, the proper thing to do is withdraw all comments you made, coz, as far as anyone is concerned its hearsay at this moment...

Prrof Zan...we need proof... :lol:


The number of he report is there for all to see so why don't you help and see if we can find it...Anyone interested in the truth in your gang or what.... :roll: :roll: :roll:


Hang on, you posted fairy tales and now you want us to chase the truth? :lol:

I like the boy...

I read somewhere in a "book" that gave a report on how the turks wanna take over the world, kill and wipe near by cities...did I mention the UN was involved?...yes up to their armpits... Now go and chase the report...I will also look for it...happy looking



typical really but I did not expect you to be fair... :roll:



The report is mentioned in this RESOLUTION, big boy.......Just got to find the report thats all...So you saying it is a fairy tale does not make it so.....You wished anyway....That is all you guys have left...Shoot the messenger in the hope that the truth will go with it.....Nice try...


Resolution 194 (1964)
Adopted by the Security Council on 25 September 1964
The Security Council,
Taking note of the report of the Secretary-General (S/5950 and Add. 1 and 2), and
noting in particular, that the Secretary-General considers necessary that the stationing
in Cyprus of the United Nations Peace-Keeping Force created by Security Council
resolution of 186(1964) of 4 March 1964 should be extended beyond 26 September
1964,
Noting that the Government of Cyprus had indicated its desire that the stationing of
the United Nations Force in Cyprus should be continued beyond 26 September 1964,
Renewing the expression of its deep appreciation to the Secretary-General for his
efforts in the implementation of the Security Council resolutions 186(1964) of 4
March 1964, 187(1964) of 13 March 1964 and 192(1964) of 20 June 1964,
Renewing the expression of its deep appreciation to all the States that have
contributed troops, police, supplies and financial support for the implementation of
resolution 186(1964),
Paying tribute to the memory of Sakari Tuomioja for the outstanding services that he
rendered to the cause of the United Nations,
Expressing satisfaction that a new Mediator has been appointed by the Secretary-
General in conformity with the resolution 186(1964).
1. Reaffirms its resolutions 186(1964) of 4 March 1964, 187(1964) of 13 March 1964,
192(1964) of 20 June and 193(1964) of 8 August 1964 and the consensus expressed
by the President at its 1143rd meeting, on 11 August 1964;
2. Calls upon all States Members to comply with the above-mentioned resolutions;
3. Extends the period in which the United Nations Peace-Keeping Force (UNFICYP)
shall be stationed in Cyprus for another three months ending 26 December 1964, in
conformity with the terms of resolution 186(1964) of 4 March 1964;
4. Requests the Secretary-General to keep the Security Council informed regarding
the compliance of the parties concerned with the provisions of this resolution.
Adopted unanimously at the 1159th meeting.


Zan, I am not sure about your state mind, but here we go... :roll:

In what you posted there is no mention of a report about the destruction of 100's of tc villages...

This thread call for the names of these villages as proof...

Try re-reading the thread and I suggest the first post as a good start... :lol:

Until you find these names, either stay off the sauce, or off the fairies... :lol:


I think it is you on the meths again mate...That post was to show that the report is mentioned in the RESOLUTION which makes it real and not as that Back stabbing GR makes out........I just can't find it on the Net thats all...All references to it existing and of its contents are everywhere... :roll:


Anyway...Keep quoting the 200,000 refugees and the 6000 killed by Turkey....What I have done is shown the TCs here what you guys are really like when it comes to accepting the truth...You are still quoting these numbers and that we were never pushed into 3% of the island when your own newspapers and Clerides said we were........More partition from you all.... :roll: :roll: :roll: Just don't give your addresses to GR hats all.... :wink: :lol: :lol: :lol:


Well you do find that report, and I reckon if you do find it you won't be posting it coz, you won't like what it says anyway...otherwise if was so juicy, you and the buddies at atca would have had it splatted all over the forum...

my 2 cents on this Zan...

This thread is about the 100's of villages Zan...nothing to do with your second paragraph rumblings...as it would make a bloody difference if it was 150,000 or 200,000...unless of cource you feel better sleeping better at night, knowing it wasn't so bad after all...

Now coming back to this thread, proof is required on the false claims of 100's of tc villages, whatever...I suggestyou bury you head into google this weekend and come up with a report or start calling atca and the likes of ricco the clown to up back up your claims...
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Postby zan » Sun Feb 10, 2008 2:52 am

joe wrote:
zan wrote:
kafenes wrote:Back to the point. Zan, do you or don't you have the list of the 100s of TC villages which were burnt down. YES or NO.


After spending all evening looking for he report an keep coming here nd keeping you posted...WHAT DO YOU THINK!!!!! :roll: :roll: :roll:


LOL

You have your moments man.


It was a bloody stupid question.... :roll: :roll: :roll:


But then thats the order of the day.....I say "Over a hundred Villages" and one Oz fool sees "Hundreds".....We have another woman quoting numbers that even Piratis does not dare to quote anymore and others that endorse the idiot that is using them......
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Postby boomerang » Sun Feb 10, 2008 2:55 am

zan wrote:
joe wrote:
zan wrote:
kafenes wrote:Back to the point. Zan, do you or don't you have the list of the 100s of TC villages which were burnt down. YES or NO.


After spending all evening looking for he report an keep coming here nd keeping you posted...WHAT DO YOU THINK!!!!! :roll: :roll: :roll:


LOL

You have your moments man.


It was a bloody stupid question.... :roll: :roll: :roll:


But then thats the order of the day.....I say "Over a hundred Villages" and one Oz fool sees "Hundreds".....We have another woman quoting numbers that even Piratis does not dare to quote anymore and others that endorse the idiot that is using them......
:roll: :roll: :roll:


Alright then tell us the numbers one more time... :lol:

And tell us how well it makes a difference to you sleeping at night or how it makes it ok in your books... :lol:
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Postby zan » Sun Feb 10, 2008 3:01 am

boomerang wrote:
zan wrote:
joe wrote:
zan wrote:
kafenes wrote:Back to the point. Zan, do you or don't you have the list of the 100s of TC villages which were burnt down. YES or NO.


After spending all evening looking for he report an keep coming here nd keeping you posted...WHAT DO YOU THINK!!!!! :roll: :roll: :roll:


LOL

You have your moments man.


It was a bloody stupid question.... :roll: :roll: :roll:


But then thats the order of the day.....I say "Over a hundred Villages" and one Oz fool sees "Hundreds".....We have another woman quoting numbers that even Piratis does not dare to quote anymore and others that endorse the idiot that is using them......
:roll: :roll: :roll:


Alright then tell us the numbers one more time... :lol:

And tell us how well it makes a difference to you sleeping at night or how it makes it ok in your books... :lol:



109 villages either totally or partially destroyed...That is what the report says.........The excerpts from it that I have posted here anyway......Maybe you can find it on that pay site you go on Boomers...Maybe you already have and will NOT post it...



I am more than happy that the TCs know anyway.......You guys will not accept anything that is detrimental to your propaganda. :evil: :evil:
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Postby polis » Sun Feb 10, 2008 3:10 am

zan wrote:109 villages either totally or partially destroyed...That is what the report says.........


No, the report you posted actually stated:

"180. UNFICYP carried out a detailed survey of all damage to
properties throughout the island during the disturbances ... It
shows that in 109 villages, most of them Turkish Cypriot or mixed
villages, 527 houses have been destroyed while 2000 others have
suffered damage from looting."

I'm sure you if you ask someone to read it to you slowly and explain you the difficult bits you will agree that what it does say is that homes were damaged in 109 villages not all of them turkish.

The excerpt you posted also stated that:

"In Ktima 38 houses and shops have been destroyed totally and 122 partially. In the Orphomita suburb of Nicosia, 50 houses have been totally destroyed while a further 240 have been partially destroyed there and in adjacent suburbs."

Only the houses and shops destroyed in Ktima and Omorphita included greek cypriot owned properties, including the homes and properties of the Greek Cypriot Omorhpita residents the attack on whom by Turkish Cypriot gunmen on Christmas 1963 actually prompted the Greek Cypriot counter attack leading to the displacement of about 2.000 Turkish Cypriots.
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Postby zan » Sun Feb 10, 2008 3:13 am

polis wrote:
zan wrote:109 villages either totally or partially destroyed...That is what the report says.........


No, the report you posted actually stated:

"180. UNFICYP carried out a detailed survey of all damage to
properties throughout the island during the disturbances ... It
shows that in 109 villages, most of them Turkish Cypriot or mixed
villages, 527 houses have been destroyed while 2000 others have
suffered damage from looting."

I'm sure you if you ask someone to read it to you slowly and explain you the difficult bits you will agree that what it does say is that homes were damaged in 109 villages not all of them turkish.

The excerpt you posted also stated that:

"In Ktima 38 houses and shops have been destroyed totally and 122 partially. In the Orphomita suburb of Nicosia, 50 houses have been totally destroyed while a further 240 have been partially destroyed there and in adjacent suburbs."

Only the houses and shops destroyed in Ktima and Omorphita included greek cypriot owned properties, including the homes and properties of the Greek Cypriot Omorhpita residents the attack on whom by Turkish Cypriot gunmen on Christmass 1963 actually prompted the Greek Cypriot counter attack leading to the displacement of about 2.000 Turkish Cypriots.


Yahoo!!!! At least you have proved that you read it...My work is done for the night...Good night!!! :lol: :lol:
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Postby polis » Sun Feb 10, 2008 3:16 am

zan wrote:
polis wrote:
zan wrote:109 villages either totally or partially destroyed...That is what the report says.........


No, the report you posted actually stated:

"180. UNFICYP carried out a detailed survey of all damage to
properties throughout the island during the disturbances ... It
shows that in 109 villages, most of them Turkish Cypriot or mixed
villages, 527 houses have been destroyed while 2000 others have
suffered damage from looting."

I'm sure you if you ask someone to read it to you slowly and explain you the difficult bits you will agree that what it does say is that homes were damaged in 109 villages not all of them turkish.

The excerpt you posted also stated that:

"In Ktima 38 houses and shops have been destroyed totally and 122 partially. In the Orphomita suburb of Nicosia, 50 houses have been totally destroyed while a further 240 have been partially destroyed there and in adjacent suburbs."

Only the houses and shops destroyed in Ktima and Omorphita included greek cypriot owned properties, including the homes and properties of the Greek Cypriot Omorhpita residents the attack on whom by Turkish Cypriot gunmen on Christmass 1963 actually prompted the Greek Cypriot counter attack leading to the displacement of about 2.000 Turkish Cypriots.


Yahoo!!!! At least you have proved that you read it...My work is done for the night...Good night!!! :lol: :lol:


Right Zan, get out while you are losing!
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Postby polis » Sun Feb 10, 2008 3:18 am

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Postby Get Real! » Sun Feb 10, 2008 3:18 am

zan wrote:Yahoo!!!! At least you have proved that you read it...My work is done for the night...Good night!!! :lol: :lol:

Err, whatever happened to getting out while you're ahead? :lol:
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