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Re: Turk's Genocide in Greece

Postby kurupetos » Tue Aug 09, 2016 2:07 pm

mistermax wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
mistermax wrote:I am Greek born in Cyprus.

You're no different to EOKA B and similar pseudo Cypriot traitors who partook/partake in double enosis. They used a violent means and you've just cut the middleman and are serving Turkey directly!


I want to live happily with Turks in this f* rock.

You can follow them, when they return to Mongolia, maxx. :mrgreen:
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Re: Turk's Genocide in Greece

Postby mistermax » Tue Aug 09, 2016 2:10 pm

Get Real! wrote:
mistermax wrote:I want to live happily with Turks in this f* rock.

Given that history teaches us that it is NOT possible to live peacefully with Turks due to their vast threatening numbers and Islamic backwards attitude which is in direct contradiction to our culture, then you’re just flogging a dead horse.


false, you are not reading history. We lived happily with Turks before Grivas and Makarios.

your nationalism is a dead horse, your mind is a dead corpse.
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Re: Turk's Genocide in Greece

Postby kurupetos » Tue Aug 09, 2016 2:12 pm

mistermax wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
mistermax wrote:I want to live happily with Turks in this f* rock.

Given that history teaches us that it is NOT possible to live peacefully with Turks due to their vast threatening numbers and Islamic backwards attitude which is in direct contradiction to our culture, then you’re just flogging a dead horse.


false, you are not reading history. We lived happily with Turks before Grivas and Makarios.

your nationalism is a dead horse, your mind is a dead corpse.

How do you know? How old are you boy?
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Re: Turk's Genocide in Greece

Postby Maximus » Tue Aug 09, 2016 2:13 pm

mistermax wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
mistermax wrote:I want to live happily with Turks in this f* rock.

Given that history teaches us that it is NOT possible to live peacefully with Turks due to their vast threatening numbers and Islamic backwards attitude which is in direct contradiction to our culture, then you’re just flogging a dead horse.


false, you are not reading history. We lived happily with Turks before Grivas and Makarios.

your nationalism is a dead horse, your mind is a dead corpse.


You have to Get Real mister.

He has provided you with a solution (seperation) which practically gaurantees peace, and if it was never violated we would not need to condem "genocides" but you are more interested in persuing a failed ideology and creating conflict.
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Re: Turk's Genocide in Greece

Postby Get Real! » Tue Aug 09, 2016 2:16 pm

mistermax wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
mistermax wrote:I want to live happily with Turks in this f* rock.

Given that history teaches us that it is NOT possible to live peacefully with Turks due to their vast threatening numbers and Islamic backwards attitude which is in direct contradiction to our culture, then you’re just flogging a dead horse.


false, you are not reading history. We lived happily with Turks before Grivas and Makarios.

your nationalism is a dead horse, your mind is a dead corpse.

In the eyes of a Turk you are a “gavur” or unbeliever, and the punishment for that is death.

You’d better believe it…
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Re: Turk's Genocide in Greece

Postby mistermax » Tue Aug 09, 2016 2:45 pm

Get Real! wrote:In the eyes of a Turk you are a “gavur” or unbeliever, and the punishment for that is death.

You’d better believe it…



BS, that is what you are taught in order to fear and hate turks. 3,2% openly admit that are atheists in Tukrey
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Re: Turk's Genocide in Greece

Postby RichardB » Tue Aug 09, 2016 2:54 pm

mistermax wrote:
Get Real! wrote:In the eyes of a Turk you are a “gavur” or unbeliever, and the punishment for that is death.

You’d better believe it…



BS, that is what you are taught in order to fear and hate turks. 3,2% openly admit that are atheists in Tukrey


Not going to dispute your figures...but..atheists are not counted in Turkish Census' ..seems maybe the govt doesn't want the populace to know! !
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Re: Turk's Genocide in Greece

Postby mistermax » Tue Aug 09, 2016 3:04 pm

RichardB wrote:
mistermax wrote:
Get Real! wrote:In the eyes of a Turk you are a “gavur” or unbeliever, and the punishment for that is death.

You’d better believe it…



BS, that is what you are taught in order to fear and hate turks. 3,2% openly admit that are atheists in Tukrey


Not going to dispute your figures...but..atheists are not counted in Turkish Census' ..seems maybe the govt doesn't want the populace to know! !


Irreligion in Turkey is uncommon among Turks, as Islam is the predominant faith.[1] It is difficult to quantify the number of atheists or agnostics in Turkey, as they are not officially counted in the census of the country. Recent polls suggest that 4,5 millions of people were irreligious in 2013. Polls conducted by the same institutions suggestted that in 2015 that number reached to 5,5 millions of people which indicates that roughly 9,4% of Turkish citizens do not have a religion. The same data also suggests that 85% of all irreligious people are younger than 35.[2] There is a great stigma attached to being an atheist in Turkey, so many Turkish atheists communicate with each other via the internet.
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Re: Turk's Genocide in Greece

Postby DT. » Tue Aug 09, 2016 3:07 pm

mistermax wrote:
RichardB wrote:
mistermax wrote:
Get Real! wrote:In the eyes of a Turk you are a “gavur” or unbeliever, and the punishment for that is death.

You’d better believe it…



BS, that is what you are taught in order to fear and hate turks. 3,2% openly admit that are atheists in Tukrey


Not going to dispute your figures...but..atheists are not counted in Turkish Census' ..seems maybe the govt doesn't want the populace to know! !


Irreligion in Turkey is uncommon among Turks, as Islam is the predominant faith.[1] It is difficult to quantify the number of atheists or agnostics in Turkey, as they are not officially counted in the census of the country. Recent polls suggest that 4,5 millions of people were irreligious in 2013. Polls conducted by the same institutions suggestted that in 2015 that number reached to 5,5 millions of people which indicates that roughly 9,4% of Turkish citizens do not have a religion. The same data also suggests that 85% of all irreligious people are younger than 35.[2] There is a great stigma attached to being an atheist in Turkey, so many Turkish atheists communicate with each other via the internet.


Congrats :roll:

You've just proven what an intolerable society you're in support of.
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Re: Turk's Genocide in Greece

Postby mistermax » Tue Aug 09, 2016 3:09 pm

I am not in support of Turkey, i just say that your claim that are slaughtering non believers is false.
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