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Re: Turkey: Terrorism and Tourism

Postby Cap » Mon Aug 10, 2015 8:04 pm

Well, at least enosis didn't happen.
Thank gawd for small favours.
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Re: Turkey: Terrorism and Tourism

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Mon Aug 10, 2015 8:08 pm

Cap wrote:Well, at least enosis didn't happen.
Thank gawd for small favours.


So says the Apartheid-preferring South African who didn't lose his home, property and relatives to invading Turks!
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Re: Turkey: Terrorism and Tourism

Postby Cap » Mon Aug 10, 2015 8:11 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:
Cap wrote:Well, at least enosis didn't happen.
Thank gawd for small favours.


So says the idiot who didn't lose his home, property and relatives to invading Turks!


Says the moron who'se ancestors couldn't wait to leave that sh** hole Greece and start a better life in the UK. :wink:

Basically GiGs, your a Paki Greek immigrant to the UK.
Gotto feel proud innit?
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Re: Turkey: Terrorism and Tourism

Postby konefsta » Mon Aug 10, 2015 8:15 pm

Terrorist attacks or not, i would always be scared being a tourist in that country.
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Re: Turkey: Terrorism and Tourism

Postby Lordo » Mon Aug 10, 2015 8:24 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:
Cap wrote:
B25 wrote:
Lordo wrote:you people are sick. you actually enjoy people getting killed because they are terggish. you sick bastards.

It was fine by you when the turkish cunts murdered over 6000 GCs in 74, not to mention the rape of young girls and the 1670 missing also brutally murdered by your lot, and you expect us to give a fuck when turk killing turk, hell i'll lend them a hand if they want. You f hypocrite now fuck off.


This is a prime example of cause and effect.
Like Koray said, yes, they had the right to intervene against the fascist Greek Junta, but not to sit their fat oppressive asses down and occupy for ever.


No they did not have any rights to intervene (idiot - they invaded)!

Turkey did not and does not have any rights to interfere in any matters to do with Cyprus!

Turkey gave up all and any supposed Ottoman rights to Cyprus when it signed the Treaty of Lausanne - so, don't recite that Imperialist British propaganda they forced upon us to accept, for some small taste of freedom!

you what, you mean to tell me if greace invaded cyprus, terggy had no legal right to intervene.

read this my dear. you may enjoy it as much as i do.


Cyprus Treaty of Guarantee
Nicosia, 16 August 1960
The Republic of Cyprus on one part, and Greece, Turkey, and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland of the other part.
I. Considering that the recognition and the maintenance of the independence, territorial integrity, and security of the Republic of Cyprus, as established and regulated by the Basic Articles of its Constitution, are in their common interest,

II. Desiring to co-operate to ensure respect for the state of affairs created by that Constitution, Have agreed as follows:



Article I
The Republic of Cyprus undertakes to ensure the maintenance of its independence, territorial integrity, and security, as well as respect for its Constitution.
It undertakes not to participate, in whole or in part, in any political or economic union with any State whatsoever. It accordingly declares prohibited any activity likely to promote, directly or indirectly, either union with any other State or partition of the Island.



Article II
Greece, Turkey, and the United Kingdom, taking note of the undertakings of the Republic of Cyprus set out in Article I of the present Treaty, recognise and guarantee the independence, territorial integrity, and security of the Republic of Cyprus, and also the state of affairs established by the Basic Articles of its Constitution.
Greece, Turkey, and the United Kingdom likewise undertake to prohibit, so far as concern them, any activity aimed at promoting, directly or indirectly, either union of Cyprus with any other State or partition of the Island.


Article III
The Republic of Cyprus, Greece, and Turkey undertake to respect the integrity of the areas retained under United Kingdom sovereignty at the time of the establishment of the Republic of Cyprus, and guarantee the use and enjoyment by the United Kingdom of the rights secured to it by the Republic of Cyprus in accordance with the Treaty concerning the Establishment of the Republic of Cyprus signed at Nicosia on today's date.

In witness whereof, the undersigned have signed the present Treaty.

Done at Nicosia, this sixteenth day of August, in English and French, both texts being equally authoritative.
For the Republic of Cyprus: O KYPROU MAKARIOS and FAZIL KÜÇÜK

For Greece: C. CHRISTOPOULOS

For Turkey: V. TÜREL

For the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland: HUGH FOOT
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Re: Turkey: Terrorism and Tourism

Postby Lordo » Mon Aug 10, 2015 8:27 pm

on the contrary it was illegal to try enosis never mind invasion by greace which was one of the guarantors. the sad fact is after greace invaded cyprus, the gc paid the price and greaks just sat back and watched it. its a funny old world ainit.
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Re: Turkey: Terrorism and Tourism

Postby Get Real! » Mon Aug 10, 2015 8:49 pm

Lordo, why quote the "Treaty of Guarantee" given that it belonged to a constitution that your people declared null and void, abandoned, and replaced (read violated) with the "TRNC constitution" in 1983? :lol:
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Re: Turkey: Terrorism and Tourism

Postby Maximus » Mon Aug 10, 2015 9:08 pm

The treaty of guarantee is legally invalid because it binds a party to another agreement that was signed under duress.

One man signed it under duress then innocent people that had no part in it paid the price.

In the end, Turkey will receive what she did to others. Which, in the long run is nothing.

Turkey isn't going to find her way out of this era of terror, if at all, not for a very very long time.
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Re: Turkey: Terrorism and Tourism

Postby Get Real! » Mon Aug 10, 2015 9:18 pm

RE the thread... there's nothing to be gained by the PKK attacking the US embassy so I wouldn't be surprised if this is a Turkish false flag.
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Re: Turkey: Terrorism and Tourism

Postby B25 » Mon Aug 10, 2015 9:36 pm

Get Real! wrote:so I wouldn't be surprised if this is a Turkish false flag.


And we all know they have good experience of that. Sel confessed no least by Dentash, may rot in hell. :twisted:
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