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Re: Writing my thesis on the Cyprus Problem

Postby Lordo » Fri May 13, 2016 6:37 am

tel me this aint true just tell me any thing.

Two times before 1974, Turkey attempted to invade Cyprus. Both times the then (and current) Greek Cypriot leadership was eager to react with the Ioannides recipe:

In August 1964, Turkey threatened to invade, in response to the military operations in the Mansoura-Kokkina area. On August 6th, Tassos Papadopoulos, on behalf of the Government of Cyprus, informed the Americans that "if the Turkish fleet enters the new 12-mile limits (of the territorial waters) we shall consider that the beginning of invasion. We calculate that this will give us 75 minutes to clear out the Turkish Cypriots, so that we can then defend ourselves, and we have the plans and the means to carry them out".
In November 1967, Turkey threatened to invade once more, in response to the military operations of the National Guard (whose Chief of Staff at the time was Gregorios Bonanos, later Commander in Chief of the Greek Armed Forces under the Ioannides Junta during 1974) in the Kofinou - Ayos Theodoros area. On November 15th 1967, a broad political and military conference was held in the Presidential Palace. Tassos Papadopoulos, accodring to Bonanos, "suggested that in case of air raids or landing operations by the Turks, the Turkish Cypriots were to be neutralised all over the island".


and you were stupid enough tomake this man president and gave him responsibility to negotiate peace on the island. there is stupid and there is stupid. this is neither of these two this is the millionth stupid. cause there is about a million of you bastards.
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Re: Writing my thesis on the Cyprus Problem

Postby Lordo » Fri May 13, 2016 6:42 am

would you like me to write this in greak or are you boys and the chappess able to comprehend.

Ioannides remained faithful to what he had planned since 1963. Among the military staff plans of the coup of 1974 was Operation "Efestos" ("Vulcan") for mopping-up activities against the Turkish Cypriots. The plan was revealed during the proceedings of the Examining Committee of the Greek Parliament on the Cyprus File (1986-1988). This is the reason that the Greek Parliament decided unanimously that there was not to be a parliamentary debate on the Cyprus File. The thousands of pages of documents and depositions by the protagonists were classified top secret and locked in the office of the Chairman of the Greek Parliament, so as not to reinforce the pretext brought forth by Turkey for the invasion and occupation of Cyprus.
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Re: Writing my thesis on the Cyprus Problem

Postby miltiades » Fri May 13, 2016 6:47 am

I take it that you have ...terggggish credible evidence :lol: to back up your statements old man :lol: :lol: Give us your tergggish linggg :lol:
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Re: Writing my thesis on the Cyprus Problem

Postby Erwinski » Fri May 13, 2016 9:24 am

Get Real! wrote:
Erwinski wrote:
Sotos wrote:Seems like Erwinski went missing. Maybe he went to the occupied areas to meet some TCs and they kidnapped him? :shock:


I went there indeed, and miraculously survived it too...

:shock:

So how does it feel to be the first to come back in one piece? :)

It wasn't that big a deal.
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Re: Writing my thesis on the Cyprus Problem

Postby repulsewarrior » Fri May 13, 2016 7:25 pm

...that is just it.

I am afraid to return. I know there is a very evil man behind the door that was my great uncle's home.

And although i have many friends in my village, we are all afraid, our friendship remains but it is not as open, and free, as it used to be; every year though we meet at our village fair, which is held in Limassol, now.
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Re: Writing my thesis on the Cyprus Problem

Postby kurupetos » Sat May 14, 2016 1:36 pm

Erwinski wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
Erwinski wrote:
Sotos wrote:Seems like Erwinski went missing. Maybe he went to the occupied areas to meet some TCs and they kidnapped him? :shock:


I went there indeed, and miraculously survived it too...

:shock:

So how does it feel to be the first to come back in one piece? :)

It wasn't that big a deal.

Did you also visit Lordo's village, Louroudjina? :mrgreen:
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Re: Writing my thesis on the Cyprus Problem

Postby Get Real! » Sat May 14, 2016 1:58 pm

kurupetos wrote:
Erwinski wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
Erwinski wrote:
Sotos wrote:Seems like Erwinski went missing. Maybe he went to the occupied areas to meet some TCs and they kidnapped him? :shock:


I went there indeed, and miraculously survived it too...

:shock:

So how does it feel to be the first to come back in one piece? :)

It wasn't that big a deal.

Did you also visit Lordo's village, Louroudjina? :mrgreen:

That’s when the shots rang out and he had to flee. :lol:
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Re: Writing my thesis on the Cyprus Problem

Postby kurupetos » Sun May 15, 2016 10:38 pm

Get Real! wrote:That’s when the shots rang out and he had to flee. :lol:

:mrgreen:
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Re: Writing my thesis on the Cyprus Problem

Postby repulsewarrior » Sun May 15, 2016 10:58 pm

...they are building a road, that will not pass through the Turkish Army's camp, i learned today.
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Re: Writing my thesis on the Cyprus Problem

Postby kurupetos » Thu May 19, 2016 4:51 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:...they are building a road, that will not pass through the Turkish Army's camp, i learned today.

Lordo will have another option... but I reckon he will keep using the old route for security... and probably pleasure reasons! :lol:
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