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Re: remains of 1974 coup victims exhumed

Postby Lordo » Sun Jun 14, 2015 1:29 pm

Nikitas wrote:You need to look at the EU nations list again. The users of non latin alphabets include Bulgaria, Greece, Cyprus, while Cyrillic characters are found in most slavic Eu member nations alphabets. There are sounds that cannot be rendered by the Latin alphabet, especially in slavic languages. It is doubtful that a German or Scandinavian ummlauted vowel can be considered Latin.

Out of the 24 letters most are common with Latin letters, the uncommon ones are known to most through elemenetary physics and chemistry lessons, they are in most formulae taught in early secondary school.

Maybe your problem is not linguistic?

maybe you should look at the terggs and how they utilised what ever they needed to be able to make the sounds they needed. some french, some german and the rest latin and walla you have a language which is easy to understand and learn and efficient. anlatabildimmi. one word meaning was i able able to expalin. you have so much to learn about not standing still and moving forward.
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Re: remains of 1974 coup victims exhumed

Postby Nikitas » Sun Jun 14, 2015 3:12 pm

Presumably you have solved your Arabic, Cyrillic and Eastern Ideogram skills and the 24 Greek letters stand in your way of linguistic perfection.

Precision is the cornerstone of Greek, thus we do not have confusion as in "Loughborough" in pronunciation and each noun and adjective form shows gender at a glance.

Tim is probably more qualified to explain linguistics to you.
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Re: remains of 1974 coup victims exhumed

Postby Lordo » Sun Jun 14, 2015 3:34 pm

who gives a shit about arabic or any other language that looks like squiggly lines. i will let them worry about their language. the two and one hundredth languages i know is sufficient for me to have very fruitful and enjoyable life. i suspect your favourate film is the big fat greek wedding too, right. no everything is not greek. in fact you have taken quite a few bits from the ottomans and the arabs. and who says you created it. you stole from the anotialans and the cypriots in the first place you cheating cheetahs. while you boys lived in caves with no language like the rest of the europeans the Çatalhöyük residents were living towns with multi story houses streets water supply and drainage with a market economy. really taking somebody elses culture and then claiming it your won is as dishonest as you can get.
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Re: remains of 1974 coup victims exhumed

Postby Nikitas » Sun Jun 14, 2015 3:55 pm

You really do sound like a Kalamaras. The similarities are uncanny!
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Re: remains of 1974 coup victims exhumed

Postby Lordo » Sun Jun 14, 2015 4:37 pm

Nikitas wrote:You really do sound like a Kalamaras. The similarities are uncanny!

where did i claim that my language is the most superior. you are the kalamara you are the one who claims that. all i am saying is progress and what a waste of time.
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Re: remains of 1974 coup victims exhumed

Postby Mustiejodu » Thu Jun 18, 2015 8:47 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:
Lordo wrote:and we have people here telling us that everybody knew who these people were. you people are just beyond belief.


What is your problem? You are totally confused by what the article is reporting. Admittedly, your source is a rag.

rag wrote:He added that the exhumation and identification procedure would take several weeks.


The bodies have just been found and they will soon be identified. Then they can tick them off the list of missing people that the families have helped compile.

You seem to think that the bodies will have their names written on them, or something. How can everybody know the answer instantly?

The Turks create chaos - we have to restore order.


That is such a bias view. Such stereotypical views of a race . You need to get out of your little cyprus zone and explore the world. I feel so free and un- inhibited in my mind and free of such isolated and deprived views . I will make a view point about you as a individual not your whole ethnic race. What I will say is you are very racist, arrogant, ignorant, opinionated individual.
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Re: remains of 1974 coup victims exhumed

Postby Lordo » Thu Jun 18, 2015 10:35 pm

has somebody explained how these 24 people which include a child have not been identified till this day.
how were they not.
did somebody not say how come my realities are not on any lists.
killed or missing or alive.
how come all this time.
how the furque did this happen in a civilised eu country legally recognised democratic country at that. how.
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Re: remains of 1974 coup victims exhumed

Postby Mustiejodu » Sat Jun 20, 2015 5:36 am

Lordo wrote:has somebody explained how these 24 people which include a child have not been identified till this day.
how were they not.
did somebody not say how come my realities are not on any lists.
killed or missing or alive.
how come all this time.
how the furque did this happen in a civilised eu country legally recognised democratic country at that. how.




There is a saying as you know you can't change a leopards spots . Mr lurucadi . I noticed on another topic some one made a note of you being from lurugina . Is this correct ? I won't go into details on this forum but if you are then you would know my family because your name Lordo which is a nickname for your family I know for a fact are related to mine . There is a woman called --------- Lordo who is my dads cousin. Sorry but I won't be using any names on this forum no way.
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Re: remains of 1974 coup victims exhumed

Postby Lordo » Sun Jun 21, 2015 12:27 am

Mustiejodu wrote:
Lordo wrote:has somebody explained how these 24 people which include a child have not been identified till this day.
how were they not.
did somebody not say how come my realities are not on any lists.
killed or missing or alive.
how come all this time.
how the furque did this happen in a civilised eu country legally recognised democratic country at that. how.




There is a saying as you know you can't change a leopards spots . Mr lurucadi . I noticed on another topic some one made a note of you being from lurugina . Is this correct ? I won't go into details on this forum but if you are then you would know my family because your name Lordo which is a nickname for your family I know for a fact are related to mine . There is a woman called --------- Lordo who is my dads cousin. Sorry but I won't be using any names on this forum no way.

dont give any information out about anybody. no i am not from lurucina. i know who they are talking about. he is a lurucadi. my family is from a place called softalar before it was flattened. my grandfather had a nick name lordo but were not allowed to take it as a surname which is why i use it. it does not relate to anybody. unless you know the family it does not mean a thing.
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Re: remains of 1974 coup victims exhumed

Postby repulsewarrior » Fri Sep 18, 2015 12:35 am

...more of the same misery;

05] Nineteen Greek Cypriot missing persons are found behind the prisons in occupied Nicosia; Columnist wonders why the regime said nothing on the issue until now

Turkish Cypriot daily Yeni Duzen newspaper (16.09.15) reports that the number of Greek Cypriot missing persons found during the excavations in the area behind the prisons in the occupied part of Nicosia increased to nineteen.
Referring to the same issue, columnist Sener Levent reports, inter alia, the following in his column in Turkish Cypriot Afrika newspaper (16.09.15):

"[?] According to what it is said, 40-50 missing persons exist there. The excavations are continuing. Every time this news is given to the media, a sentence is especially emphasized. It has certainly drawn your attention as well. It is said: 'An attempt had been made for the corpses of around 40-50 Greek Cypriots who died in the clashes in 1974 to be given to the south Cyprus authorities with trucks through the United Nations from Ledra Palace, but when they were rejected they were buried in the area behind the prisons after waiting for one night'.

Look what happened. They killed them. They delivered the corpses, but the Greek Cypriots did not take them, they say! Have such things also happened in the war? Have they been given to the other side without anything in return? And if this is true and the Greek Cypriots rejected to take their dead, many questions are created in my head. Let us say that you really gave them and the Greek Cypriots refused to take them gentlemen. What did you do afterwards? You took them and you buried them in the area behind the prisons, did you not? It means that you knew that a mass grave exists there. Denktas also knew, all of you knew. Then, why have you not said it for so long? Why have you remained silent until today? Should this mass grave not be one of the first mass graves opened as regards the missing persons who are subject to official act? What kind of an excuse is that 'we gave them, but the Greek Cypriots did not take them?' Do you want to say that 'we were forced to bury them in a mass grave? Where else have you done such a thing? [?]"

http://www.hri.org/news/cyprus/tcpr/201 ... .tcpr.html
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