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Submitted by Panayiota (Cyprus), Dec 17, 2007 at 06:05

I have first hand experience of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus, ... and wrong by calling O'Malley's and Craig's writing on the causes of the Cyprus problem a nonsensical thesis ...

1. Cyprus a country with few young conscripts, no military airforce or navy never posed any threat to Turkey.

2. Did the CIA pay EOKA B? Evidently they did.

3. Must the USA, Germany, or Russia invade Britain next time there is an unrest in Brixton?

4. Did Cyprus ever gain her independence from Britain or Nato?

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