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Re: The war against Cyprus.

Postby Lordo » Sun Mar 03, 2024 3:23 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:https://in-cyprus.philenews.com/local/diplomatic-response-follows-rizokarpaso-incident/

...on education.

Do not be surprised at anything a Turkish Cypriot Swinecunt will do. Tatar is no different than Little Fishy.
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Re: The war against Cyprus.

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Re: The war against Cyprus.

Postby Lordo » Sun Mar 24, 2024 12:28 am

I have been searching for speeches Makarios gave and finally found some. It has been said by my elam friends here that Makarios gave up enosis in the 60s. Well here is an extract of a speech he gave in Yialousa on 14th March 1971. A bit more context is needed here. This is the time when the EOKA who was not operating we are told was trying to kill him with bombs on roadsides and being shot in a helicopter. Cyprus was Greek he says since the dawn of it's history. Fuck, the cunt does not even know his own history. Greeks ruled Cyprus in 300 BC for a few months and thats it. They were fuckin ruled by the Ottomans for 400 years for fuck sakes. Bunch of fuckin cavemen. I wonder if Yialousa is aware what Makarios said in his village.
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Re: The war against Cyprus.

Postby Maximus » Sun Mar 24, 2024 3:16 am

The Byzantines, who were of Greek origin, were in power in Cyprus for nearly 1000 years, until 1191 AD. This is just one part of what established the strong cultural and ethnic make up of Cyprus. Because before this, Cyprus was part of ancient Greece too.

Drawing a parallel, the British ruled India for around 100 years, but that did not make India British in terms of cultural identity or heritage. Similarly, the Ottoman Empire, invaded and colonized various regions Including Byzantium. They ruled over Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Israel, and Palestine for 400 years too. However, it doesn't mean that these territories should be considered Turkish just because of their conquests.

It's interesting to note how the European colonization of the Americas involved displacing native populations from their lands. This colonization has been widely recognized as a problematic part of history and something you scream about at any opportunity today. But not for Cyprus, Greece, Armenia and the Kurds that have been displaced from their lands by the Turks. Dont you see how it's strange, that you don't mention the Ottoman control of Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Israel, and Palestine as being Turkish today? (to name just a few)

And do you know what is even more strange, there was no such thing as a Turkish Cypriot before the 1950's. So what is your historical argument for claiming the "TRNC" or a co-owner of Cyprus. :roll:

The absence of artifacts tracing Turkish existence or a native Ottoman presence in Anatolia, Cyprus, or any other parts of the region doesn't support the argument for Turkish historical ownership.

You need to do a system restore and go back to the factory settings, you stupid mong.
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Re: The war against Cyprus.

Postby repulsewarrior » Sun Mar 24, 2024 4:33 am

Maximus wrote:The Byzantines, who were of Greek origin, were in power in Cyprus for nearly 1000 years, until 1191 AD. This is just one part of what established the strong cultural and ethnic make up of Cyprus. Because before this, Cyprus was part of ancient Greece too.

Drawing a parallel, the British ruled India for around 100 years, but that did not make India British in terms of cultural identity or heritage. Similarly, the Ottoman Empire, invaded and colonized various regions Including Byzantium. They ruled over Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Israel, and Palestine for 400 years too. However, it doesn't mean that these territories should be considered Turkish just because of their conquests.

It's interesting to note how the European colonization of the Americas involved displacing native populations from their lands. This colonization has been widely recognized as a problematic part of history and something you scream about at any opportunity today. But not for Cyprus, Greece, Armenia and the Kurds that have been displaced from their lands by the Turks. Dont you see how it's strange, that you don't mention the Ottoman control of Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Israel, and Palestine as being Turkish today? (to name just a few)

And do you know what is even more strange, there was no such thing as a Turkish Cypriot before the 1950's. So what is your historical argument for claiming the "TRNC" or a co-owner of Cyprus. :roll:

The absence of artifacts tracing Turkish existence or a native Ottoman presence in Anatolia, Cyprus, or any other parts of the region doesn't support the argument for Turkish historical ownership.

You need to do a system restore and go back to the factory settings, you stupid mong.


...well said.
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Re: The war against Cyprus.

Postby repulsewarrior » Fri Apr 12, 2024 4:25 am

...some news on Cypriots,

General Secretary of the TDP Deputy and Secretary of Financial Affairs Evrim Hınçal announced this morning that he was not allowed to enter Turkey and was cited code N82*, Yeniduzen reports.
*Code “N82,” designates certain persons entering Turkey as risks to national security, thereby making them subject to deportation and ineligible to reenter the country.

Sharing his experience on social media, Hınçal posted the following:

...I owe an apology to my daughter. I managed to put her on the plane, but she was deprived of what another country is like and what she will see for a month because of me...
https://lgcnews.com/turkish-cypriot-pol ... to-turkey/


...indeed a threat to Turkey's national security; someone Turkish but not "Turkish".

Something to think about.
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Re: The war against Cyprus.

Postby Lordo » Fri Apr 12, 2024 10:57 am

repulsewarrior wrote:
Maximus wrote:The Byzantines, who were of Greek origin, were in power in Cyprus for nearly 1000 years, until 1191 AD. This is just one part of what established the strong cultural and ethnic make up of Cyprus. Because before this, Cyprus was part of ancient Greece too.

Drawing a parallel, the British ruled India for around 100 years, but that did not make India British in terms of cultural identity or heritage. Similarly, the Ottoman Empire, invaded and colonized various regions Including Byzantium. They ruled over Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Israel, and Palestine for 400 years too. However, it doesn't mean that these territories should be considered Turkish just because of their conquests.

It's interesting to note how the European colonization of the Americas involved displacing native populations from their lands. This colonization has been widely recognized as a problematic part of history and something you scream about at any opportunity today. But not for Cyprus, Greece, Armenia and the Kurds that have been displaced from their lands by the Turks. Dont you see how it's strange, that you don't mention the Ottoman control of Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Israel, and Palestine as being Turkish today? (to name just a few)

And do you know what is even more strange, there was no such thing as a Turkish Cypriot before the 1950's. So what is your historical argument for claiming the "TRNC" or a co-owner of Cyprus. :roll:

The absence of artifacts tracing Turkish existence or a native Ottoman presence in Anatolia, Cyprus, or any other parts of the region doesn't support the argument for Turkish historical ownership.

You need to do a system restore and go back to the factory settings, you stupid mong.


...well said.

I really do not understand how you do not see shit for what it is and you lap it up like it is cream. Are you not the least bit of embarrased that after 11 years of Running the RoC your President can make such a disgusting speech? What the fuck is going on RW?

Cyprus has a 9,000 year and more of history and assholes that claim to be Greek who probably have no Greek genes but bastardised Osmanli genes are claiming that it is not just Greeks that occupied Cyprus for 300 years before Christ but the East Romans who supposedly had Greek origin also occupied Cyprus. And that gives them the right to claim Cyprus is Greek. Like fuck it is. My ancestors go back in Cyprus to before the Greek Invasion proven by Y-chromosome testing while your average Greek was still living in caves and unable to read or write.

You can all roll that up and shove iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit. I realise that a lot of Greeks are also a creationists even the biology teachers but they can roll that up too and shove it too where the sun does not shine.
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Re: The war against Cyprus.

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Apr 13, 2024 5:45 am

"Turkishness" has not been around for a long time, any way you look at it. While the great Arab civilisation succumbed to the Ottomans about 800 years ago; their great achievement in affect was to usurp this power and through taxes leave them (their hosts) poor. By the time they arrived in Cyprus, the Sultan's power was already declining while it took another 350 years for its total collapse; becoming the Turkey we know today.

...older still the sights in Turkey of the people and the People before them, Greeks included.

But i will agree with you on one thing, Cyprus is not Greek because it may be the other way around.

...Cyprus though is most certainly not Turkish despite what "Turks" may say about who ''owns'' it, Cypriots are not chattel.

...my impatience with the President is probably no less than yours Lordo, but i don't despair. It takes small things to change intentions, even in men like these who must make these changes themselves. If i had my way by now i would be on the beaches eating souvla every day, and under the Flag of Cyprus, despite what "They" would think about it because it is the only Flag naturally 'ours', those of us not "Greek" and not "Turkish", Cypriots, those who would be willing to join me.
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Re: The war against Cyprus.

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Apr 13, 2024 5:53 am

...by the way, can anybody help me by finding a copy of the Cypriot National Anthem, the one, before it was replaced by the current song? It's been years that i've been searching, never having found the lyrics or the tune that's played.
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Re: The war against Cyprus.

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