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Postby bg_turk » Mon Nov 14, 2005 4:22 pm

Piratis wrote::lol:
Thats funny.

However with the recent history of Turks shooting and killing anybody that tried to remove their flag, I think you should admit that Matsakis has balls.

P.S. did you make that graphic? its pretty good! (or you took from were you get the regular propaganda material ;) )


cannedmoose was the one who found it.

He has balls?
I think if was Confiscious who wisely said "Thought without knowledge is dangerous, knowledge without thought is a waste of time. "
I think Matsakis is of the former category.
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Postby Piratis » Tue Nov 15, 2005 12:07 am

a person who loves his country my friend piratis is the one who doesnot prague about it. and unfortunately history has proven that the ones who shout more during peace are the ones who run away first. that is what i dont stand about this people.

So the patriot is the one who is always silent? If you say nothing and do no actions you are a patriot? Thats your definition?
I agree with you that those that do the above are not patriots. The question is who are?

now, i dont support any parties.

I don't support any parties either. However in elections we have to choose the least bad. Personally I never voted for DIKO because fortunately there are other less bad choices. However I wouldn't say that DIKO is the worst party. Would you?

For me it doesn't say anything what you "supported" when you were 15. At that age you can support anything and then turn 180 degrees. But if the elections were today, which party would be the least bad for you?
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Postby cypezokyli » Tue Nov 15, 2005 1:02 am

The question is who are?

the people who didnt abandon their hauses in 1974 for example.
they never complained, they never ask, they never prague, and dont play it patriots.

which party would be the least bad for you?


difficult question. i guess i would go for none.
if i really had to choose...hmm....give me a couple of days to think about it
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Postby bg_turk » Tue Nov 15, 2005 1:12 am

Here are the words of a real patriot:

If I win -- the entire nation wins; if I lose -- I lose only myself.
Levski

What did the RoC win from the flag this guy brought to you. While the RoC had everytging to lose in terms of prestige in the EU parliament and abroad, Matsakis had a lot to gain personally. He did not do it for his country, he did it for himself, and only a blind and narrowminded nationalists would fall in his trap.
As Bananiot put it, if he had been shot, he would have done the human race a favor in improving the human genome, by voluntarily removing himself from it with his stupid actions.
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Postby Piratis » Tue Nov 15, 2005 1:19 am

the people who didnt abandon their hauses in 1974 for example.

True. The most funny ones are those that were running away even before the Turks appeared on the horizon and now they say: "Give me a thousand men and I will go liberate Cyprus" :lol:

If we were like Cretans, non of us would have left and would stick and fight with whatever we had available. Imagine how much more difficult would be for the Turks to continue the occupation if they had 200.000 GCs there. Would they kill them all? Unfortunately we didn't have the balls.

if i really had to choose...hmm....give me a couple of days to think about it

ok, no problem!
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Matsakis hands flag to Turkish editor

Postby Sotos » Fri Dec 02, 2005 12:08 pm

MARIOS Matsakis has handed the Turkish flag he took last month from the buffer zone to the editor in chief of the EU Turkey News Network.

Speaking to the Cyprus Mail yesterday, the MEP said that the editor, “promised to send the flag to Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. At the same time, I spoke to him about the need for Turkish troops to withdraw from the occupied areas.

“I criticised the Turkish government and Turkish Cypriot leader, Mehmet Ali Talat, whom I called a second Denktash and another puppet of Turkey and the Anglo-Americans.”

On November 1, Matsakis walked two kilometres into the buffer zone to tear down a Turkish flag from a contested observation post near Louroujina.

“The objective of taking the flag was to raise awareness of the Turkish occupation and this has been fully achieved,” he said yesterday.

At the time of his action, he vowed to deliver the flag to the President of the European Parliament as evidence that Turkey was occupying an EU member state.

Yesterday, he confirmed that Josep Borrell would not accept delivery of the flag.
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Re: Matsakis hands flag to Turkish editor

Postby zan » Fri Dec 02, 2005 6:36 pm

Sotos wrote:
MARIOS Matsakis has handed the Turkish flag he took last month from the buffer zone to the editor in chief of the EU Turkey News Network.

Speaking to the Cyprus Mail yesterday, the MEP said that the editor, “promised to send the flag to Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. At the same time, I spoke to him about the need for Turkish troops to withdraw from the occupied areas.

“I criticised the Turkish government and Turkish Cypriot leader, Mehmet Ali Talat, whom I called a second Denktash and another puppet of Turkey and the Anglo-Americans.”

On November 1, Matsakis walked two kilometres into the buffer zone to tear down a Turkish flag from a contested observation post near Louroujina.

“The objective of taking the flag was to raise awareness of the Turkish occupation and this has been fully achieved,” he said yesterday.

At the time of his action, he vowed to deliver the flag to the President of the European Parliament as evidence that Turkey was occupying an EU member state.

Yesterday, he confirmed that Josep Borrell would not accept delivery of the flag.

Thanks for posting that, It put a smile on my face on a dull day.

He probably thinks that if he could get Josep Borrell to except the stolen flag, he could then blackmail the editor in chief of the EU and get away with the charges he faces over all the other stolen goods. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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