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Re: Attacks In Turkey

Postby Cap » Tue Jul 19, 2016 9:30 pm

Mustiejodu wrote:If they can deal internally with such force to arrest wipe out who ever they think instigated this what do you think they can do to you guys in Cyprus ? Turkey is coping with internal warfare, terrorism and 3 million Syrians that have come into turkey but eu can't even cope with 150000 Syrians in fact the BREXIT was fuelled due to immigration fears. The point IS that in my view the Turks are resilient and never give up. In fact a bit of a parasite to be frank. However the point here is that I hear some of you comment that this is the best opportunity that GCS should take to wipe out tcs whilst turkey has other issues to deal with. BIG MISTAKE ON YOUR BEHALF. THAT WOULD UNITE ALL TURKS WHAT EVER BACKGROUND LIKE THEY DID TO TOPPLE THIS COUP.


Unite all Cypriots you mean.

N Cypriots don't give a fu** about your Turkish wet dream.
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Re: Attacks In Turkey

Postby miltiades » Tue Jul 19, 2016 9:45 pm

Cap wrote:
Mustiejodu wrote:If they can deal internally with such force to arrest wipe out who ever they think instigated this what do you think they can do to you guys in Cyprus ? Turkey is coping with internal warfare, terrorism and 3 million Syrians that have come into turkey but eu can't even cope with 150000 Syrians in fact the BREXIT was fuelled due to immigration fears. The point IS that in my view the Turks are resilient and never give up. In fact a bit of a parasite to be frank. However the point here is that I hear some of you comment that this is the best opportunity that GCS should take to wipe out tcs whilst turkey has other issues to deal with. BIG MISTAKE ON YOUR BEHALF. THAT WOULD UNITE ALL TURKS WHAT EVER BACKGROUND LIKE THEY DID TO TOPPLE THIS COUP.


Unite all Cypriots you mean.

N Cypriots don't give a fu** about your Abnatolian cousins.

Mountain people they call them. In reality the T/Cs have no choice but to rely on Turkey, I'm certain that the very vast majority would stick two fingers up at Turkey if only they felt that the G/Cs would accept them as their compatriots and remove a genuine concern that they have of G/Cs
rejecting their right to their homeland, the island of Cyprus.
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Re: Attacks In Turkey

Postby Cap » Tue Jul 19, 2016 9:51 pm

Mountain people?

is that what the Anatolians call N Cypriots?
It's the same with the Kurdish people if I'm correct.

Here we have Musty Joe's Banana republic calling Cypriots 'mountain people'
And it/he?she expects them to unite with it?

Am I missing something?
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Re: Attacks In Turkey

Postby miltiades » Tue Jul 19, 2016 10:08 pm

Cap wrote:Mountain people?

is that what the Anatolians call N Cypriots?
It's the same with the Kurdish people if I'm correct.

Here we have Musty Joe's Banana republic calling Cypriots 'mountain people'
And it/he?she expects them to unite with it?

Am I missing something?

No mate, the T/Cs refer to mainland Turk settlers as mountain people. It is a well known fact that that T/Cs are not the least happy with their " cousins" from Anatolia. They have no option but to bear with it until such time that we the G/Cs accept them as our compatriots and not as some "remnants" left behind by the Ottomans.
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Re: Attacks In Turkey

Postby Cap » Tue Jul 19, 2016 10:14 pm

miltiades wrote:
Cap wrote:Mountain people?

is that what the Anatolians call N Cypriots?
It's the same with the Kurdish people if I'm correct.

Here we have Musty Joe's Banana republic calling Cypriots 'mountain people'
And it/he?she expects them to unite with it?

Am I missing something?

No mate, the T/Cs refer to mainland Turk settlers as mountain people. It is a well known fact that that T/Cs are not the least happy with their " cousins" from Anatolia. They have no option but to bear with it until such time that we the G/Cs accept them as our compatriots and not as some "remnants" left behind by the Ottomans.


ah OK, Now it makes more sense.
Thanks Milti.
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Re: Attacks In Turkey

Postby Cap » Tue Jul 19, 2016 10:16 pm

No mate, the T/Cs refer to mainland Turk settlers as mountain people


Christ, did the N Cypriots nail it.
Well done.
We have the same problem with Balkan mountain people.
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Re: Attacks In Turkey

Postby Lordo » Tue Jul 19, 2016 10:18 pm

no gavole they are not mountain people. it is the terggs who call the kerds moutain terggs. the settlers in cyprus have a better name
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Re: Attacks In Turkey

Postby apc2010 » Tue Jul 19, 2016 10:26 pm

Mainland Turks will not be able to travel on their ID cards to the north until a further notice is announced, according to an announcement in the Turkish Official Gazette.

The announcement also said that all leave for Turkish civil servants has been cancelled and they are not permitted to leave the country; civilians have been told to travel with their passports and ensure they get ‘clear criminal record certificates’ from the police before they travel.
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Re: Attacks In Turkey

Postby Tim Drayton » Wed Jul 20, 2016 6:02 am

I am not fully convinced that last week’s attempted coup was staged, but the following questions, taken from an article that compares the event to the burning down of the Reichstag in Germany in 1933 which was used by the Nazis to introduce totalitarian rule, are certainly hard to answer:

Some questions to ask, when considering if this is the sloppiest false flag of all time, and the most transparent since Hitler razed the Reichstag:
Why didn’t they take the President hostage, or kill him outright?
If they had control of the Air Force, why didn’t they intercept his plane while he was in the air? Everybody, even live TV viewers, knew exactly where he was on the flight radar.
Why didn’t they arrest senior officials, like in any other coup?
Why did they allow pro-government propaganda to continue broadcasting from the Turkish CNN office after they took control of it? Why didn’t they take control of the media and broadcast their message to the people, like in any real coup?
Why did the military fail to release any declaration of their intent to overthrow the government, like in any other attempted coup?
Why did it seem like gunfire from the military was actually aimed at nothing?
How could a police force capture and disarm an army that had access to tanks, helicopters, and jets – and seemed totally dominant, with shows of strength in the air?
And when Erdogan suddenly and unexpectedly returned from his exile in a Turkish Airways plane and suddenly and unexpectedly announced the coup was over, why did the military suddenly and unexpectedly lay down their weapons?
The answer to all of the above questions is: because the supposed coup was always acting under President Erdogan’s control. It was all a charade, with a storyline less believable than your average soap opera plot.


http://yournewswire.com/failed-turkey-c ... operation/

There are a couple of inaccuracies, mind you. Erdogan did not return from exile, but from the place where he was on holiday, and the coupists did broadcast a statement on state TV in which they made their intent known to establish a new regime.
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Re: Attacks In Turkey

Postby miltiades » Wed Jul 20, 2016 7:44 am

Tim Drayton wrote:I am not fully convinced that last week’s attempted coup was staged, but the following questions, taken from an article that compares the event to the burning down of the Reichstag in Germany in 1933 which was used by the Nazis to introduce totalitarian rule, are certainly hard to answer:

Some questions to ask, when considering if this is the sloppiest false flag of all time, and the most transparent since Hitler razed the Reichstag:
Why didn’t they take the President hostage, or kill him outright?
If they had control of the Air Force, why didn’t they intercept his plane while he was in the air? Everybody, even live TV viewers, knew exactly where he was on the flight radar.
Why didn’t they arrest senior officials, like in any other coup?
Why did they allow pro-government propaganda to continue broadcasting from the Turkish CNN office after they took control of it? Why didn’t they take control of the media and broadcast their message to the people, like in any real coup?
Why did the military fail to release any declaration of their intent to overthrow the government, like in any other attempted coup?
Why did it seem like gunfire from the military was actually aimed at nothing?
How could a police force capture and disarm an army that had access to tanks, helicopters, and jets – and seemed totally dominant, with shows of strength in the air?
And when Erdogan suddenly and unexpectedly returned from his exile in a Turkish Airways plane and suddenly and unexpectedly announced the coup was over, why did the military suddenly and unexpectedly lay down their weapons?
The answer to all of the above questions is: because the supposed coup was always acting under President Erdogan’s control. It was all a charade, with a storyline less believable than your average soap opera plot.


http://yournewswire.com/failed-turkey-c ... operation/

There are a couple of inaccuracies, mind you. Erdogan did not return from exile, but from the place where he was on holiday, and the coupists did broadcast a statement on state TV in which they made their intent known to establish a new regime.

I have never paid much attention to conspiracy theories, dismissing such as purely imaginable. On this occasion I'm rather inclined to pay closer attention to many statements concerning the so called military coup. I shall keep an open mind and follow events as they appear. It would be interesting to see how the T/C press reacted or reacts to this botched up coup.
Over on the North Cyprus free press all seem to have gone quiet mentioning only that the planned " liberation" celebrations due to be held on July 20th have now been cancelled or changed. Erdogan has plans, I'm told, to tighten his grip on the T/Cs and bring them in line for ....sharia law !! A T/C friend of mine, who visits me once or twice a week for a chat , is convinced that the coup was staged by Erdogan for reasons stated by many in all parts of the world. This guy is a 65 year old that looks much younger than his age, a sensible guy and a real Cypriot, he wants nothing to do with Erdogan or indeed Turkey but expresses his fears of what might follow if the Turkish troops were to be withdrawn from the northern parts of Cyprus. He has grandchildren living in Cyprus and he absolutely, naturally, adores them and wants them to live in peace and harmony. I have known John, as he is commonly known, for a number of years now, a thoroughly nice guy , a good father and grandfather with a good command of the Greek language.

We both express our ultimate wish that one day our grandchildren will live side by side without any fear in their true homeland, the island of Cyprus.
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