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Re: Tulsa 1921

Postby Maximus » Sat Jun 05, 2021 12:30 am

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About 10,000 Black people were left homeless and property damage amounted to more than $1.5 million in real estate and $750,000 in personal property (equivalent to $32.65 million in 2020). Many survivors left Tulsa, while Black and White residents who stayed in the city kept silent about the terror, violence and resulting losses for decades. The massacre was largely omitted from local, state and national histories.


Only 50 years ago, Turkey seized billions of dollars worth of property from the Greek Cypriots and ethnically cleansed them from part of their country. about 200,000 people were left homeless.

Many Turks and Turkish Cypriot deny their terror and justify their theft because another country tried to topple a priest who promoted democracy in Cyprus.

In 2015, the Turks destroyed 10,000 Kurdish homes in cizre, and killed about 800 people.

The estimated damage was about $500 million.

Turks omit all their countries massacres and ethnic cleansing from its national histories.

They steal other peoples cultural heritage and historical artifacts and try and pass it off as their own to tourists.
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Re: Tulsa 1921

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Jun 05, 2021 4:15 am

thirty-first anniversary, today...

https://www.vice.com/en/article/5db9eq/ ... ign=210604

...who remembers; those forbidden for one, and the rest of us because we do not forget either: even silenced resistance.

...who remembers Juneteenth, speaking of Tulsa? The memory has no celebration, despite being a moment collectively that changed all our lives. Indeed, there is a "them", and there is an "us"; simply put it is not hard to understand. (And yet,...)
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Re: Tulsa 1921

Postby Lordo » Sat Jun 05, 2021 12:12 pm

Maximus wrote:
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About 10,000 Black people were left homeless and property damage amounted to more than $1.5 million in real estate and $750,000 in personal property (equivalent to $32.65 million in 2020). Many survivors left Tulsa, while Black and White residents who stayed in the city kept silent about the terror, violence and resulting losses for decades. The massacre was largely omitted from local, state and national histories.


Only 50 years ago, Turkey seized billions of dollars worth of property from the Greek Cypriots and ethnically cleansed them from part of their country. about 200,000 people were left homeless.

Many Turks and Turkish Cypriot deny their terror and justify their theft because another country tried to topple a priest who promoted democracy in Cyprus.

In 2015, the Turks destroyed 10,000 Kurdish homes in cizre, and killed about 800 people.

The estimated damage was about $500 million.

Turks omit all their countries massacres and ethnic cleansing from its national histories.

They steal other peoples cultural heritage and historical artifacts and try and pass it off as their own to tourists.

Gosh boooooy I did not realise Tulsa was in Tergggggy gavole.

And by the way at the same time You boys stole 60,000 peoples' homes and 450,000 donum of land too belonging to the TCs.

But of course that does not count right.

Before you started talking stupid, no they did not just abandoned their properties they were rounded up in concentration camps and transfered over.

On the other hand most of the GCs actaully abondened their properties before the Turkish Armu arrived especially the varoshites. but thats does not matter right?
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Re: Tulsa 1921

Postby Maximus » Sat Jun 05, 2021 2:43 pm

Lordo wrote:
Maximus wrote:
Lordo wrote:
About 10,000 Black people were left homeless and property damage amounted to more than $1.5 million in real estate and $750,000 in personal property (equivalent to $32.65 million in 2020). Many survivors left Tulsa, while Black and White residents who stayed in the city kept silent about the terror, violence and resulting losses for decades. The massacre was largely omitted from local, state and national histories.


Only 50 years ago, Turkey seized billions of dollars worth of property from the Greek Cypriots and ethnically cleansed them from part of their country. about 200,000 people were left homeless.

Many Turks and Turkish Cypriot deny their terror and justify their theft because another country tried to topple a priest who promoted democracy in Cyprus.

In 2015, the Turks destroyed 10,000 Kurdish homes in cizre, and killed about 800 people.

The estimated damage was about $500 million.

Turks omit all their countries massacres and ethnic cleansing from its national histories.

They steal other peoples cultural heritage and historical artifacts and try and pass it off as their own to tourists.

Gosh boooooy I did not realise Tulsa was in Tergggggy gavole.

And by the way at the same time You boys stole 60,000 peoples' homes and 450,000 donum of land too belonging to the TCs.

But of course that does not count right.

Before you started talking stupid, no they did not just abandoned their properties they were rounded up in concentration camps and transfered over.

On the other hand most of the GCs actaully abondened their properties before the Turkish Armu arrived especially the varoshites. but thats does not matter right?


Blah blah blah, continues to criticize others.

Then justifies Turkish atrocities, theft's and ethnic cleansing since the 15th century.
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Re: Tulsa 1921

Postby Lordo » Sat Jun 05, 2021 3:51 pm

and of course greeks never did such a thing right. What about the pushdui Alex not so great. How about him. What did herdo you stupid boy.

What has all this got to do with Tulsa.

There was a prosperous balck community that despite slavery they made something of their lives and it was burnt down ia a fe days.

You are just tooooooo stupid.
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Re: Tulsa 1921

Postby Maximus » Sat Jun 05, 2021 11:18 pm

that was 2000 years ago Bordo. Yes, sure, there were atrocities committed. Who is denying that? He was probably savage. But that was 2000 years ago you stupid man.

As we are talking today though, Turkey is bombing Kurdish refugee camps in Iraq and some mafia boss is posting videos explaining how Erdogans relatives were transferring weapons to ISIS Jihadists in Syria. :roll:

How many refugees and deaths did that amount to over the last decade again?

Why dont you post about that instead of what happened in America 100 years ago to blacks and what the Israelis are doing in Palestine?
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Re: Tulsa 1921

Postby Lordo » Sun Jun 06, 2021 12:51 am

Maximus wrote:that was 2000 years ago Bordo. Yes, sure, there were atrocities committed. Who is denying that? He was probably savage. But that was 2000 years ago you stupid man.

As we are talking today though, Turkey is bombing Kurdish refugee camps in Iraq and some mafia boss is posting videos explaining how Erdogans relatives were transferring weapons to ISIS Jihadists in Syria. :roll:

How many refugees and deaths did that amount to over the last decade again?

Why dont you post about that instead of what happened in America 100 years ago to blacks and what the Israelis are doing in Palestine?

This is about Tulsa boy. You know this is about you right. Now put your dummy in your mouth and go sto sleep boy
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