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20th July. The day Cyprus was saved from extinction.

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Re: 20th July. The day Cyprus was saved from extinction.

Postby Lordo » Tue Jul 21, 2015 12:36 am

we are not greek and we are not terggish. we are cypriots. our biological dna says so. except of course gig who is half galamaraess. but her good side is cypriot what little there is of it.
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Re: 20th July. The day Cyprus was saved from extinction.

Postby Sotos » Tue Jul 21, 2015 1:03 am

Get Real! wrote:
Sotos wrote:Of course... if an island is Greek then Turkey is justified to occupy it! Makes perfect sense! That explains why all Greek islands are occupied by Turkey! You are such a genius! :lol:

The reason they’d be justified is because WE would be foreigners too you fool!

If Cypriots are not in Cyprus then why should Turkey give a shit about a bunch of Greeks who invaded Cyprus earlier?

That’s what you’re leading them on to think!


But you had already convinced me with your previous post! I now have a perfect explanation why Turkey has so many islands and Greece has none. Because the people of those islands made the mistake to say that they are Greek so Turks of course had every right to occupy them. And then the UN recognized all the islands as being Turkish, because of course it is fine in the 20th century to invade and take islands... all you need is to claim that the people of those islands are foreigners also because they came to those islands JUST 3000-4000 years ago and they didn't grow out of the land of those islands, as Cypriots did from the land of Cyprus! You are such a genius! If all other islands had at least a few geniuses like you then they would not be fully occupied by Turkey today :( Instead, Eastern Mediterranean would have 230 independent nation islands which Turkey would never dare to invade even though some of them are lying just a few kilometers from its coast! Thank you for explaining it to me ... because until today I couldn't understand why Turkey owns every island whose people had once made the mistake to claim that they are Greek!
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Re: 20th July. The day Cyprus was saved from extinction.

Postby MR-from-NG » Tue Jul 21, 2015 10:30 am

Get Real! wrote:If there are no native Cypriots on Cyprus anymore then someone at some stage must have gotten rid of the Cypriot natives and the most likely candidates would have to be the current occupying “Greeks” some of you foolishly insist on being, so why should Turkey give a shit about Greek invaders/occupiers who shouldn’t be on an island that is located just 40 miles from Turkey’s shore and 500+ miles away from the Greek mainland?

Turkey would be 100% justified to blow such fuckers away… there’s no doubt about it, make no mistake.

In fact if anyone could prove without reasonable doubt that we’re all Greeks in Cyprus, I would IMMEDIATELY side with Turkey and demand our exit from Cyprus.

If we are Greeks we DO NOT have any rights in Cyprus. It’s as simple as that.


LONG LIVE CYPRUS.
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Re: 20th July. The day Cyprus was saved from extinction.

Postby Nikitas » Tue Jul 21, 2015 11:25 am

"would those against the coup be able to defeat the coupists. with what djigla lastiho?"

There was a large amount of modern weapons in the hands of Makarios supporters distributed well before the coup. They were fighting and in a few days the balance would have shifted, when the fight would move from the cities to the countryside. It was in the Cypriot countryside that 200 EOKA fighters held their own against 45000 British troops. This is what Turkey perceived and rushed to prevent it. It is also what the coupists dreaded. They did not want to deal with a Greek to Greek insurgency in Cyprus which would send obvious signals to the population in Greece. Turkey did them a favor with the invasion.

The Cyprus file is full of such details. If only you take off the blinkers and read the evidence. Both motherlands dreaded and still dread a truly independent Cyprus. The contrast of a small contingent of their nationals outside their control, doing well, puts the fear of god in them.
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Re: 20th July. The day Cyprus was saved from extinction.

Postby Pyrpolizer » Tue Jul 21, 2015 1:47 pm

The coup and the Invasion were agreed in advance between the Greek Junta, the CIA and Turkey.
The agreement was for DOUBLE ENOSIS.
One day you will learn this simple "secret" and then you will wonder how the hell you were brainwashed to believe other nonsense. :mrgreen:
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Re: 20th July. The day Cyprus was saved from extinction.

Postby Lordo » Tue Jul 21, 2015 2:25 pm

here is some very brave eoga bulshit soldiers not capturing tcs and not forcing them to cross the border north in 74. they look so dangerous dont they. these tcs chose to sand in front of these guns of their own free will. that little boy was definitely tmt and the old lady on the right was a tmt in disguise i reckon
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Re: 20th July. The day Cyprus was saved from extinction.

Postby Nikitas » Tue Jul 21, 2015 3:33 pm

Lordo, you are starting to give off signals of a professional propagandist. No one could be that accepting of every action of his national authorities.

The temporary hostage situation had nothing to do with forcing people to the north.It lasted a few days, it was a misconceived and militarily irrelevant move by the coupists and EOKA B operatives. The move of TCs to the north was organized by our friends the British in collaboration with TMT. Check the old BBC newsreels from Akrotiri and Dhekelia. Suddnely those "imprisoned" TCs made their way, unharmed, to Ahna forest and Akrotiri from where they were bused to the occupied territories.

Double union as Pyro says was agreed. The Greek parliament did not publish the findings of their Cyprus file committee: it would harm national interest they said. The logical inference is that there is evidence in there that lays responsibility on others not just the junta, of consent to the unthinkable, the dissolution of the RoC and division of territory.

The Cyprus parliament did publish its findings and there is evidence there that the Greek forces in Cypurs were not there for defence but to keep the GCs under control. Makarios survived and the plan tripped up.
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Re: 20th July. The day Cyprus was saved from extinction.

Postby Lordo » Tue Jul 21, 2015 3:52 pm

hold your hair own mate, really is there not people here actually believe the gc propaganda that tcs left of their own free will. i am just confirming their myth that they were not held at gun point and moved in front of these guns all of their own free will. dont get upset me old china.
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Re: 20th July. The day Cyprus was saved from extinction.

Postby Nikitas » Tue Jul 21, 2015 6:45 pm

Anyone attacked the TCs in Limassol during the coup and the first days of the invasion? No. Some idiot ordered the rounding up of males over 15, they were held for a few days and released unharmed.

Were the TCs scared because of events? Naturally. But forced at gun point to leave Limassol, nope. Not all left anyway, a few stayed, nobody harmed them in 1974 or later. One of the biggest milk producers in the south is a TC who stayed on his farm.He had better luck than the GC milk farmer in Palekythro.
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Re: 20th July. The day Cyprus was saved from extinction.

Postby Lordo » Tue Jul 21, 2015 7:13 pm

and dohni never happened right?
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