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What Really Happened on 21.12.63 ...???

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Re: What Really Happened on 21.12.63 ...???

Postby bill cobbett » Tue Dec 23, 2014 7:57 pm

Lordo wrote:i still dont care. it makes no difference. we know what date and what time was the first two killings by eoka and in particular georgadjis men. what more do you need. get some rest zizziro the winter has arrived.


Yes, it's the same old "trnc" narrative of the incident and the days that followed that Kanetli questions.

But again, and for the 3rd-4th time, brother Greaso, stop being so slippery and tell us more about the claim that the dates on grave-stones have been altered to reflect the "trnc" story.
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Re: What Really Happened on 21.12.63 ...???

Postby Lordo » Tue Dec 23, 2014 9:09 pm

the first two innocent civilians to be murdered by gc police and eoga were tcs zeki halil and cemaliye emirali. pick it up from there dear zizziro and you will be enlightened in no time. count them one by one. in the next 3 days 17 tcs were killed and 70 were injured by gc police and eoga.

how much more help do you bloody need to look into the bloody noel activities of your compatriots.
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Re: What Really Happened on 21.12.63 ...???

Postby Lordo » Tue Dec 23, 2014 9:12 pm

let me help you a bit more.

on the 25th of dec the terggish army moved to gonyeli. o magarios in his derranged mind threatened that if they do not return to their barracks he will execute 300 tcs captured in omorphita and kept in giggos gymnasium. this is our president threating to kill women and children unless the terggish army obeys his orders. does this help.
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Re: What Really Happened on 21.12.63 ...???

Postby Lordo » Tue Dec 23, 2014 9:14 pm

there is more.
do you know what happened on the 26th. shall i tell you. am i getting for all this work btw
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Re: What Really Happened on 21.12.63 ...???

Postby Lordo » Tue Dec 23, 2014 9:17 pm

georgadjis called colonel suvlakis on the phone and asked him where the hell were the eldik soldiers he promised to the akritas organisation.
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Re: What Really Happened on 21.12.63 ...???

Postby Nikitas » Fri Jan 02, 2015 9:06 pm

The narrative was built up long before 1963. The plan was hatched since the 40s when the war settlements left turkey out as a non combattant. The 50s were the time of the first implementation with the setting up of TMT and its command by Turkish mainland army people. The attacks in Omorfita and central Nicosia in 1958 show organization and planning that defy any claim of spontaneous rioting. The Turk to Turk campaign started back then too, long before 1963.

Since the founding of the Republic the separation lines were firmly drawn and no go areas established. In Famagusta we were firmly kept out of the old city by armed TMT men as early as 1960. You could skirt the old city by going along the port wharves or on the Salamis road, going into the old city was impossible.

Before that, when we lived in Nicosia near Lokmaci, we had daily attacks by armed and organized bands of TCs, while we were curfewed by the British and Turkish auxiliaries. Those were harrowing times, I can't forget them.Our house in Alxandrou street in Nicosia still has the bullet holes from 1958.

As for the events of December 1963, it is conveniently forgotten that there were GC casualties at that "demonstration" in Nicosia. We also tend to forget the speed with which the separation was implemented by TMT. They rounded up the Armenians in Nicosia and kicked them out of their homes in a matter of hours. That shows the level of preplanning that was in place by late 1963.

They do play the victim well though! The skill level is truly Shakesperian in scope.
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Re: What Really Happened on 21.12.63 ...???

Postby Lordo » Fri Jan 02, 2015 9:12 pm

so what did colonel suvlakis say to gerogadjis. why did he not send his troops to kill every single tc.

after all they had all gc police armed and 5000 militia armed too. how many of the 12,000 greek soldiers did they plan to use in the akritas plan.
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Re: What Really Happened on 21.12.63 ...???

Postby repulsewarrior » Tue Jan 13, 2015 5:29 pm

Nikitas wrote:The narrative was built up long before 1963. The plan was hatched since the 40s when the war settlements left turkey out as a non combattant. The 50s were the time of the first implementation with the setting up of TMT and its command by Turkish mainland army people. The attacks in Omorfita and central Nicosia in 1958 show organization and planning that defy any claim of spontaneous rioting. The Turk to Turk campaign started back then too, long before 1963.

Since the founding of the Republic the separation lines were firmly drawn and no go areas established. In Famagusta we were firmly kept out of the old city by armed TMT men as early as 1960. You could skirt the old city by going along the port wharves or on the Salamis road, going into the old city was impossible.

Before that, when we lived in Nicosia near Lokmaci, we had daily attacks by armed and organized bands of TCs, while we were curfewed by the British and Turkish auxiliaries. Those were harrowing times, I can't forget them.Our house in Alxandrou street in Nicosia still has the bullet holes from 1958.

As for the events of December 1963, it is conveniently forgotten that there were GC casualties at that "demonstration" in Nicosia. We also tend to forget the speed with which the separation was implemented by TMT. They rounded up the Armenians in Nicosia and kicked them out of their homes in a matter of hours. That shows the level of preplanning that was in place by late 1963.

They do play the victim well though! The skill level is truly Shakesperian in scope.


...in any case Lordo, you can't escape the gravestones. If your words are true, it is the "Turks" that are betraying us (i assume of course you are Cypriot), yet your words are only apologies, for them.
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