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Turk's Genocide in Greece

Postby mistermax » Sat Aug 06, 2016 11:16 pm

This topic is relevant to Cyprus Problem as it explains gt anxiety and reasonable fears toward Enosis

When Ioannis Kapodistrias was asked about the population of Muslims in the Greek state, before and after the revolution of 1821 he said: 42750 before, and 0 after. (simopoulos 1979, pg 211)

Το 1828 ο Ιωάννης Καποδίστριας, απαντώντας σε ερώτημα των μεγάλων δυνάμεων , ποιος ήταν ο πληθυσμός των μουσουλμάνων και γενικά των μη χριστιανών στο Μοριά , πριν και μετά την επανάσταση , απάντησε: 42.750 πριν τον αγώνα του ’21 και μηδέν με την ίδρυση του Κράτους ( σχετ. Χουλιαράκης 1973: σ. 31) ή σύμφωνα με τον Κυριάκο Σιμόπουλο ήταν 15.138 οικογένειες μουσουλμάνων ή 63.813 άτομα (Κ.Σιμόπουλος 1979, σ. 211).

I DON'T FORGET THE GENOCIDES OF GREEKS
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Re: Turk's Genocide in Greece

Postby Get Real! » Sun Aug 07, 2016 1:26 am

Dude, a fortnight ago Erdogan killed more Turks in 48 hours than TCs died in Cyprus in the entire 20th century!

Now lift the top of your scalp and massage that brain so that blood may flow into it… :lol:
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Re: Turk's Genocide in Greece

Postby mistermax » Sun Aug 07, 2016 8:44 am

Get Real! wrote:Dude, a fortnight ago Erdogan killed more Turks in 48 hours than TCs died in Cyprus in the entire 20th century!

Now lift the top of your scalp and massage that brain so that blood may flow into it… :lol:


irrelevant.
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Re: Turk's Genocide in Greece

Postby kurupetos » Sun Aug 07, 2016 2:12 pm

mistermax wrote:
Get Real! wrote:Dude, a fortnight ago Erdogan killed more Turks in 48 hours than TCs died in Cyprus in the entire 20th century!

Now lift the top of your scalp and massage that brain so that blood may flow into it… :lol:


irrelevant.

Why not, Huseyin?
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Re: Turk's Genocide in Greece

Postby RichardB » Sun Aug 07, 2016 3:26 pm

[quote="mistermax"]This topic is relevant to Cyprus Problem as it explains gt anxiety and reasonable fears toward Enosis

When Ioannis Kapodistrias was asked about the population of Muslims in the Greek state, before and after the revolution of 1821 he said: 42750 before, and 0 after. (simopoulos 1979, pg 211)

Το 1828 ο Ιωάννης Καποδίστριας, απαντώντας σε ερώτημα των μεγάλων δυνάμεων , ποιος ήταν ο πληθυσμός των μουσουλμάνων και γενικά των μη χριστιανών στο Μοριά , πριν και μετά την επανάσταση , απάντησε: 42.750 πριν τον αγώνα του ’21 και μηδέν με την ίδρυση του Κράτους ( σχετ. Χουλιαράκης 1973: σ. 31) ή σύμφωνα με τον Κυριάκο Σιμόπουλο ήταν 15.138 οικογένειες μουσουλμάνων ή 63.813 άτομα (Κ.Σιμόπουλος 1979,
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Re: Turk's Genocide in Greece

Postby RichardB » Sun Aug 07, 2016 3:29 pm

RichardB wrote:
mistermax wrote:This topic is relevant to Cyprus Problem as it explains gt anxiety and reasonable fears toward Enosis

When Ioannis Kapodistrias was asked about the population of Muslims in the Greek state, before and after the revolution of 1821 he said: 42750 before, and 0 after. (simopoulos 1979, pg 211)

Το 1828 ο Ιωάννης Καποδίστριας, απαντώντας σε ερώτημα των μεγάλων δυνάμεων , ποιος ήταν ο πληθυσμός των μουσουλμάνων και γενικά των μη χριστιανών στο Μοριά , πριν και μετά την επανάσταση , απάντησε: 42.750 πριν τον αγώνα του ’21 και μηδέν με την ίδρυση του Κράτους ( σχετ. Χουλιαράκης 1973: σ. 31) ή σύμφωνα με τον Κυριάκο Σιμόπουλο ήταν 15.138 οικογένειες μουσουλμάνων ή 63.813 άτομα (Κ.Σιμόπουλος 1979, σ. 211).

I DON'T FORGET THE GENOCIDES OF GREEKS


When RichardB was asked the number of Greek cypriots in the now occupied areas up until July 1974 he said 200.000 and after July 1974 he said 0

This is relevant to the Cyprus Problem as it explains GC anxiety and reasonable fears toward the continued occupation
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Re: Turk's Genocide in Greece

Postby Maximus » Sun Aug 07, 2016 5:06 pm

:lol:

Are you typing live from Constantinople?
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Re: Turk's Genocide in Greece

Postby Maximus » Sun Aug 07, 2016 5:16 pm

You know Turkey was not Turkish and it was Greek, Kurdish and Armenian before right?

Do you know how many were there before and how many are left in Anatolia today?
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Re: Turk's Genocide in Greece

Postby RichardB » Sun Aug 07, 2016 5:21 pm

Maximus wrote::lol:

Are you typing live from Constantinople?


When asked the number of greeks in Constantinople pre 1922 RichardB said around 1000000 when asked the number of greeks post 1922 RichardB said 0

This is relevant to the Cyprus Problem as it explains continued anxiety and fears towards the continued illegal occupation
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Re: Turk's Genocide in Greece

Postby Lordo » Sun Aug 07, 2016 11:58 pm

Maximus wrote:You know Turkey was not Turkish and it was Greek, Kurdish and Armenian before right?

Do you know how many were there before and how many are left in Anatolia today?

what business did the greak have invading anatolia gavole you barbarians.
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