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Re: Post-War Germany: Turk-TCs like Nazi-kin?

Postby supporttheunderdog » Tue Apr 21, 2015 4:31 pm

This man was a trained officer of the Hellenic Army. He had Geneva Convention rights!


Bollocks. He lost the Geneva convention rights when he left the Greek Army in 1953 and took up terrorism in 1955. There is a bit of a difference between what happened to him and the Jordanian Pilot: he could and was shooting back. The pilot could not, but was an unarmed prisoner. Axfentiou was invited to surrender but declined.

As to the rest, I agree with you.
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Re: Post-War Germany: Turk-TCs like Nazi-kin?

Postby supporttheunderdog » Tue Apr 21, 2015 4:32 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:Another German has apologised for his part in the persecution of Jews.


“It is without question that I am morally complicit in the murder of millions of Jews through my activities at Auschwitz,” the retired bank clerk said, clutching his notes and looking directly at the bench. “Before the victims, I also admit to this moral guilt here, with regret and humility."

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/a ... zi-germany


But still, all we hear and see happening from Turk-TCs is that Greek Cypriots deserved to be killed and removed from their ancestral homes ... and that they, the Turk-TCs deserve to keep everything they have stolen from Greeks. They still enjoy what they stole. They still continue to destroy evidence of the presence of Greeks in Cyprus.

Proving once again that Nazis are more humane than TCs?


GIG, I thoroughly agree with you on this.
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Re: Post-War Germany: Turk-TCs like Nazi-kin?

Postby Paphitis » Tue Apr 21, 2015 5:40 pm

supporttheunderdog wrote:
This man was a trained officer of the Hellenic Army. He had Geneva Convention rights!


Bollocks. He lost the Geneva convention rights when he left the Greek Army in 1953 and took up terrorism in 1955. There is a bit of a difference between what happened to him and the Jordanian Pilot: he could and was shooting back. The pilot could not, but was an unarmed prisoner. Axfentiou was invited to surrender but declined.

As to the rest, I agree with you.


You never lose your Geneva Convention rights.

This is beside the fact that he was still a commissioned Officer of the Hellenic Republic and hence was a legal combatant of that country.

There is also the moral issue here that no one deserves to be burnt alive whether they were commissioned Officers or conscripts or not.

He was already in a hopeless position, surrounded with no where to go. The chances of him killing a British Soldier was remote to say the least. All the Brits had to do was sit and wait it out. It was completely unnecessary and quite barbaric to set his hideout on fire.

But there you go STUD. The Brits killed a REAL SOLDIER here. They did it in a cowardly fashion too. Just goes to show who the real soldiers were! Most of your conscripts were ashamed of their actions that one wrote a poem in his honour. It's a pity they were led by cowards and criminals!
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Re: Post-War Germany: Turk-TCs like Nazi-kin?

Postby Mustiejodu » Sat Jun 13, 2015 9:39 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:Memories from German children raised after WWII recall how they grew up in places that mysteriously lacked their original occupants.

After the war, successive German governments embarked on a collective-memory erasure to remove signs of the missing Jews that they had genocided, expelled from their homes, appropriated their businesses and belongings, killed!

Slowly, decades later the post-war, post-genocide, Nazi-kin kids grew up and started noticing clues that once *other* people had lived in their villages and towns. Questions were asked. Where was the baker with the *foreign* name? What is that relic of a strange religious-temple? Remnants of missing people.

The shock of the realization of what their parents had done led some to suicide. Some to seek justice for their parents' wrongdoings.

Turkish-occupied Cyprus Today.

The Turks are doing exactly what the Germans tried to do after the NAZI-GENOCIDE of native people. Collective-memory erasure. Removing signs of the people they killed, genocided, forcefully expelled by rewriting deeds, renaming monuments etc. (However, the similarity ends: what the Turks have done and are doing in Cyprus is worse than what the Nazis did.)

After recently issuing apologies, and paying billions in compensation to Jews, Germany now has the fastest growing Jewish population in Europe. Justice prevails. Right has won ...

Are the Turk-TCs' children now asking questions on the missing people whose land they currently occupy?

Or, are they really worse than the children of the Nazis?



I believe both are guilty of this cover up business. Don't live in denial that's all I can say.
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Re: Post-War Germany: Turk-TCs like Nazi-kin?

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Sat Jun 13, 2015 10:41 pm

Mustiejodu wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:Memories from German children raised after WWII recall how they grew up in places that mysteriously lacked their original occupants.

After the war, successive German governments embarked on a collective-memory erasure to remove signs of the missing Jews that they had genocided, expelled from their homes, appropriated their businesses and belongings, killed!

Slowly, decades later the post-war, post-genocide, Nazi-kin kids grew up and started noticing clues that once *other* people had lived in their villages and towns. Questions were asked. Where was the baker with the *foreign* name? What is that relic of a strange religious-temple? Remnants of missing people.

The shock of the realization of what their parents had done led some to suicide. Some to seek justice for their parents' wrongdoings.

Turkish-occupied Cyprus Today.

The Turks are doing exactly what the Germans tried to do after the NAZI-GENOCIDE of native people. Collective-memory erasure. Removing signs of the people they killed, genocided, forcefully expelled by rewriting deeds, renaming monuments etc. (However, the similarity ends: what the Turks have done and are doing in Cyprus is worse than what the Nazis did.)

After recently issuing apologies, and paying billions in compensation to Jews, Germany now has the fastest growing Jewish population in Europe. Justice prevails. Right has won ...

Are the Turk-TCs' children now asking questions on the missing people whose land they currently occupy?

Or, are they really worse than the children of the Nazis?



I believe both are guilty of this cover up business. Don't live in denial that's all I can say.


That's the guilty person's stance. :roll: Always bring up 'two sides to a story' or 'both are guilty' or 'both are culpable'. Crap! Sometimes ... sometimes .... really truly ... one tribe invaded and tried to steal from the other. Which one is currently illegally occupying nearly half of Cyprus? Turkish! That's which!

Enough.

Accept you have done wrong by the Greek natives of this island and apologise. The TCs which do not want to live under EU democratic rules can go to Turkey (*Britain has offered to pay). Easy peasy. But don't pretend because the Turks are guilty so must the native Greeks who NEVER left Cyprus to invade anyone or steal land and property and rights.

There's usually two sides to a story but sometimes one of the sides is totally wrong! The TCs!
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Re: Post-War Germany: Turk-TCs like Nazi-kin?

Postby Lordo » Sun Jun 14, 2015 3:23 pm

was it not the gcs who killed every person in 3 villages. if left unchecked what would have stoped these nazis from killing every women and child in cyprus.

was it not the nazis who had a habit of killing women and children and old folk

you are a demented individual incapable of any logic.
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Re: Post-War Germany: Turk-TCs like Nazi-kin?

Postby miltiades » Sun Jun 14, 2015 4:05 pm

supporttheunderdog wrote:
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Bollocks. He lost the Geneva convention rights when he left the Greek Army in 1953 and took up terrorism in 1955.


Bollocks. Never in our history have we Cypriots been engaged in terrorism.
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Re: Post-War Germany: Turk-TCs like Nazi-kin?

Postby Lordo » Sun Jun 14, 2015 4:35 pm

miltiades wrote:
supporttheunderdog wrote:
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Bollocks. He lost the Geneva convention rights when he left the Greek Army in 1953 and took up terrorism in 1955.


Bollocks. Never in our history have we Cypriots been engaged in terrorism.

bollocks indeed old m an. so what was all that killing of left wing people in cyprus by both sides and killing of english women and children if not terrorism. of course because you were one of them you would say it is not. you will be judged and sent to hell for your crimes. assuming that hell does indeed exists for the dead.
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Re: Post-War Germany: Turk-TCs like Nazi-kin?

Postby miltiades » Sun Jun 14, 2015 5:02 pm

Lordo wrote:
miltiades wrote:
supporttheunderdog wrote:
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Bollocks. He lost the Geneva convention rights when he left the Greek Army in 1953 and took up terrorism in 1955.


Bollocks. Never in our history have we Cypriots been engaged in terrorism.

bollocks indeed old m an. so what was all that killing of left wing people in cyprus by both sides and killing of english women and children if not terrorism. of course because you were one of them you would say it is not. you will be judged and sent to hell for your crimes. assuming that hell does indeed exists for the dead.

Listen stupid, when you make such statements be good enough to elaborate. How many English women and children were killed , not how many you were told at the mosque.
Also tell us the 3 villages whose total population were killed. Waiting to hear you stupid thick ignoramus kebab shop owner !!
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Re: Post-War Germany: Turk-TCs like Nazi-kin?

Postby miltiades » Sun Jun 14, 2015 5:22 pm

The British were the masters of terrorism, the world over. Millions were killed in relentless fashion in the name of the British Empire. Anyone resisting was of course labelled a terrorist, and the rather naïve, gullible utterly unsophisticated British public swallowed this crap.
" The big myth of the British Empire is that it nobly withdrew from its colonies when it realized the days of Imperialism were over. Yet one look at Cyprus proves the myth to be just a feel-good fairy tale. Between 1955 and 1959, the British responded to a Cyprus rebel bombing campaign by rounding up and torturing 3,000 ordinary Cypriots.

The victims of this internment campaign were often held for years without trial and violently abused for being “suspected” terrorists. Detainees received regular beatings, waterboarding, and summary executions. Children as young as 15 had burning hot peppers rubbed in their eyeballs, while others reported being flogged with whips embedded with shards of iron. Those found guilty of rebel sympathies were relocated to London, where a UK opposition party inspection found inmates with their arms broken and jagged scars running across their necks. In short, it was an appallingly sadistic policy, one that showed the British to be even lower than the terrorists they were meant to be fighting.
http://listverse.com/2014/02/04/10-evil ... sh-empire/

The British Empire killed millions :
We are still a nation locked in denial. If you point out basic facts about the British Empire - that the British deliberately adopted policies that caused as many as 29 million Indians to starve to death in the late 19th century, say - you smack into a wall of incomprehension and rage.
http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/com ... 04631.html
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