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Turkey's Ministry of Truth announces " Ne mutlu türküm diyene!".

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Jul 24, 2010 at 18:38

Hikmet Pala wrote :

" For starters when you talk about Turkish invasion of Northern Cyprus, you omit Greek terror on Greek socialists, trade unionists, and slaughter of Turkish population in enclaves. Not once but several times...

You mention peaceable Greeks being kept out by a [non-existent] wall, whereas Gaza wall is so real that Banksy even painted his famour graffitis on it. Your "peaceable Greeks" imported from mainland Greece, killed so many undefended, truly impoverished and defenceless Turks in their enclaves, waves upon waves...

For your mentioning of, and I quote "Turkish forces moved in to seize it, thereby prompting the entire Greek population (fearing a massacre) to flee." can you remember two names: Sabra, Shatila, ... "

Speaking of killing and remembering , can you remember who totally exterminated Hellenism in Asia Minor and who carried out a successful genocide of the Armenians or to be closer to the events in Cyprus ( in the result of which 37% of the island was in toto ethnically cleansed of its historical inhabitants by the Turks, who organized mass terror and pogroms against the Greeks in Constantinople in September 1955 and how did it become possible that a Greek minority of some 200 000 in Constantinople in 1923 has by now been reduced to a bit more than 2000 ? It's again the "Greek terrorists" who terrorized their own Greek population into fleeing in panic from Ataturk's peaceful paradise ? What does the Turkish Ministry of Truth which has instructed you tell us on that ?

Anyway, until we can clarify the above points it's futile to address your oligophrenic Turkish propaganda .

" At least Turkey is in spending genuine effort to end her own hypocrisies"

E.g. by organizing a world-wide witch-hunting against ALL the so called insulters of "Ataturk, Turkey and the country's flag" , including non-Turkish citizens (!) who " will be detained upon entering the country" ?

Submitting....

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