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Poison Foods from the Ocupied Areas

Postby B25 » Sat Sep 08, 2012 2:29 pm

You should check the origin of any such foods. These turks can't beat us fair and square, now they try to poison us and their own at the same time. Sounds much like a TMT tactic to me, here:

Reactions to finding poison in vegetables sent to the government-controlled area continue

Turkish Cypriot daily Kibris newspaper (07.09.12) reports that Dr. Suphi Hudaoglu, chairman of the Turkish Cypriot Doctors’ Union, has said that finding a quantity of pesticides 300%-600% higher than it should be in products such as tomatoes, cucumbers and carrots, shows that the human body has been turned into a “warehouse” of poison and added that measures should be urgently taken.

In a statement issued yesterday, Dr. Hudaoglu pointed out that excessive quantity of pesticides causes a great damage to health, such as cancer. He said the fact that the Turkish Cypriot Chamber of Commerce has warned the self-styled prime minister of the breakaway regime that some pesticides were found in vegetables is “pleasing” and noted that they were expecting sensitivity by the “government” so that these vegetables are not sold in the internal market.

Commenting on the same issue, Ozkan Yorgancioglu, chairman of the Republican Turkish Party (CTP), said that the “government” launched no initiative on this issue and argued that a crime is being committed against the “people” who is convicted to dying from cancer. Describing the stance of the “government” as “impassiveness”, Yorgancioglu said that “prime minister” Kucuk became a play in the hands of the Greek Cypriots, who are getting ready to complain to the EU. He accused Kucuk of “knowingly preventing” the Turkish Cypriots from selling their products through the Green Line.

Moreover, Kibris reports also that the “government” of the regime continues saying nothing on the issue of finding a quantity of pesticides 300%-600% higher than it should be in the analysis of Turkish Cypriot products in the government-controlled area of Cyprus. The paper writes also that Turkish Cypriot producers attributed the results of the analysis of the Turkish Cypriot vegetables to political reasons.(I/Ts.)PIO

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Re: Poison Foods from the Ocupied Areas

Postby Mapko » Sat Sep 08, 2012 6:12 pm

I never, ever buy anything from Turkey. I always read the labels and if the product is from there, I put it back - but if it's something I'm not sure about (say I want to buy some figs, but there's no country of origin labelled), I will put it back again.

These people are cutting their noses off to spite their faces. If the vegetables are from the occupied areas, then we just abolish all trade links with them and watch them slowly go down the toilet because Momma Turkey won't want to pay over-inflated prices to keep them afloat.

We know for a fact that the Gay Wolves are still going strong - and that's something that's ok to the Turkics in the occupied areas - but they still go on about the EOKA, even though they were disbanded in 1974. It's obvious the National Guard and ELDYK need more covert help in keeping the Greek Cypriots safe, so why is there no clamouring for EOKA Γ? Who would complain? There's another bargaining tool we have - get rid of the Gay Wolves and we will buy your stock, or we'll put you in a financial wilderness.
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Re: Poison Foods from the Ocupied Areas

Postby Lordo » Sat Sep 08, 2012 6:43 pm

shame it has been notice again. there goes plan b. and there we were thinking we will remove the cyprus problem in one go. you boys are too clever for us.
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Re: Poison Foods from the Ocupied Areas

Postby Mapko » Sat Sep 08, 2012 6:45 pm

Lordo wrote:shame it has been notice again. there goes plan b. and there we were thinking we will remove the cyprus problem in one go. you boys are too clever for us.


Lordo, a dead camel, lying in its own sh*t and p*ss and being eaten by buzzards, is too clever for you lot!
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Re: Poison Foods from the Ocupied Areas

Postby kurupetos » Sat Sep 08, 2012 7:50 pm

Mapko wrote:
Lordo wrote:shame it has been notice again. there goes plan b. and there we were thinking we will remove the cyprus problem in one go. you boys are too clever for us.


Lordo, a dead camel, lying in its own sh*t and p*ss and being eaten by buzzards, is too clever for you lot!

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Re: Poison Foods from the Ocupied Areas

Postby kentish » Sat Sep 08, 2012 8:53 pm

funny that, i have never bought anything with a greek label on it and never will.happy beko to you all
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Re: Poison Foods from the Ocupied Areas

Postby Mapko » Sat Sep 08, 2012 8:59 pm

kentish wrote:funny that, i have never bought anything with a greek label on it and never will.happy beko to you all


Who gives a f*ck what you don't buy?
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Re: Poison Foods from the Ocupied Areas

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Sat Sep 08, 2012 11:25 pm

B25 wrote: ...
In a statement issued yesterday, Dr. Hudaoglu pointed out that excessive quantity of pesticides causes a great damage to health, such as cancer.


The TCs can poison themselves all they like with their over chemicalised produce; but unfortunately it's the RoC which picks up their medical bills as they turn up in the free areas for treatment.

As for the idiots (mostly expat Brits) who still go up there and eat in their restaurants, well ... :roll:
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Re: Poison Foods from the Ocupied Areas

Postby Academus » Sun Sep 09, 2012 5:19 am

I hope we never have again such fenomena. Turkish leaders themselves have admitted in their books and documents setting up provocations (tricks) the whole 50's and 60's and putting the blame on us Greeks. They had spawned otherworldly hatred for us in their schools to have their army ready to rape and kill six-year-olds in ' 74. After this past I don't think it could be impossible to try chemical war or poison or whatever. These guys believe that whatever existed for short or long whithin the Ottoman or Turkish borders is named totally Turkish, even our ancient temples! The most tragic of all is that there were Greeks that took the bait, and responded to the provocations, and played Denctas' little game and tried to avenge innocents for innocents. Even Turkish amb ambassador in Nicosia Emin Dirvana was shocked by these plots.


Cyprus Today, Supplements 1-5, 3rd series, 22nd April-5th June, 1964:

Former Turkish Ambassador in Cyprus unmasks Denktash and reveals the plot

The former Turkish Ambassador in Cyprus Mr. Emin Dirvana, has accused the extremist Turkish Cypriot leader, Mr. Rauf Denktash, of being solely interested in provoking disputes with the Greeks instead of concentrating on his work as President of the Turkish Cypriot Communal Chamber.

Mr. Dirvana, who was the first Turkish Ambassador after the establishment of the Republic of Cyprus in 1960, published a letter in the Istanbul daily 'Milliyet', replying to attacks made on him by Denktash in a previous article.

In this letter, Mr. Dirvana says that during the time he was Ambassador in Nicosia, there was no discrimination against the Turkish Cypriots. None of them was shot and no Turkish home was damaged or burnt. He himself as Turkey's Ambassador, was treated with respect and deference by President Makarios.

Mr. Dirvana points out that, as head of the Turkish Cypriot Communal Chamber, Denktash's main duty was to ensure the economic and social development of the Turkish community, the development of schools, social and cultural organizations and cooperative societies.

The Trust Fund of one-and-a-half million pounds sterling provided as a start grant by the British government and the considerable economic aid given by the Turkish government every year, were also under the control and responsibility of the Turkish Communal Chamber of which he was the leader.

But despite all efforts by Turkish Embassy officials, Denktash refused to concentrate on these subjects, his sole concern being to provoke disputes with the Greeks.

Mr. Dirvana adds: "I soon realized that with the mentality of Denktash, the progress of the Turkish Cypriot community was impossible".
"I bitterly regretted that I did not insist on his being replaced. The Turkish Cypriot community would have been in a very different state today if it had had a leader other than Denktash".

The former Turkish Ambassador also recalls how Denktash insisted on celebrating the 7th of June, the day that Turkish extremists launched an unprovoked attack on Greek citizens and property in Nicosia in 1958.

Mr. Dirvana says: "The Turks of Cyprus have January the 28th as a day of honouring their dead. On this day in 1958 some Turks were killed in a clash with the British. On this day, I myself, together with all my embassy staff and officers of the Turkish contingent, attended the ceremony.

"But Denktash also wanted to celebrate the 7th of June. Dr. Kutchuk [Vice President of the Republic of Cyprus, and thus head of the Turkish Cypriot community] hesitated and came to ask for my advice.

"I was told that on June the 7th 1958, a bomb was placed in the Turkish Information Office in Nicosia by people who, as it was later ascertained had no connection at all with the Greek Cypriots. The Turks of Nicosia were filled with so-called "sacred-indignation" and committed incidents similar to those on September the 6th and 7th [1955] in Istanbul.

"On that day, no Turkish Cypriot was killed. But Denktash wanted to celebrate this anniversary for which we should feel sorry. I pointed out to him that it was not right for Turkish flags to be hoisted on that day, especially as those responsible for the events of September [1955] in Istanbul were being tried in Turkey. The celebration of such an anniversary by the Turkish Cypriots would constitute an even greater error. Dr. Kutchuk agreed with me".

And Mr. Dirvana concludes: "Although Denktash knows all this, he distorts the truth and tries to exploit sacred matters like the flag and the dead. I feel shame on his behalf".
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Re: Poison Foods from the Ocupied Areas

Postby kentish » Sun Sep 09, 2012 10:36 am

Mapko wrote:
kentish wrote:funny that, i have never bought anything with a greek label on it and never will.happy beko to you all


Who gives a f*ck what you don't buy?


haha, you do, evidently
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