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Turkish mujahedins in Cyprus

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Aug 11, 2010 at 19:50

Kaan wrote :

> why I should deny many inhuman acts done by Ottoman and/ or Turkish people?<

Because you're a Turk and a Moslem and Turks and Moslems always deny their criminal past. And there is a strange corelation between the vehemence of their denials and the monstrosity of their crimes. Take as an example the Armenian genocide . No vehement denial of Kemal's atrocities ?

>You only accuse Turkish people and neglect totally many inhuman acts by e.g. Greek Cypriots.<

How many "inhuman acts" should they have committed according to you to deserve and justify all the horrors and innumerable bestialities of the Turkish invasion; to outbalance 200 000 expelled people, sadistic killings , tortures, mass rapes, destruction of all churches and cemeteries in Northern Cyprus all perpetrated by the regular Turkish army ?

As you continue not to see this point, so let me ask you a direct question. Are you sure you are a rational human being and not a pre-programmed lie machine exported to Germany from Turkey ?

>Extermination of Hellenism? Are you really sure about this?<

No, I am happy to learn from you that millions of Greeks are still in 2010 – just like in 1914 - living in their eternal homeland of Pontus , Ionia , Imbros, Tenedos, Cappadocia, Constantinople despite the recurrent malicious and insulting rumours and allegations of the enemies of Turkey's excellence and virtue that they all have been murdered, expelled, their churches have been changed into mosques or latrines, their homes looted or occupied by Turks and semi-nomadic Yuruk tribesmen.

> Have you never heart about the AKRITAS plan and its implications on Turkish Cypriots?<

Have you ever seen the Attila plan in operation in 1974 or heard of the Turkish bombs in August 1964 or the Turkish "Volkan" terrorists or the TMT which was formed by high ranking officers from the Turkish Special Force Units as early as 1950? TMT had its headquarters in Yeniserhir near Ankara. Communication with its members in Cyprus who bore the remarkable name of 'mujahidlar' was by radio. The honorary leader of these Cyprus mujahedins was the Turkish ambassador to the Supreme NATO Headquarters in Paris Fatin Rüştü Zorlu. The operations in Cyprus were organized by General Daniş Karabelen who was in charge of unconventional warfare efforts in Turkey. Turkey sent to Cyprus Turkish officers and special forces veterans who were disguised as bankers, teachers and business men. Their arms came not only from Turkey but also from the British who openly sided with them. The victims of his attacks included not just Greeks but also Turks who disagreed with Turkey's propaganda and ruthless methods.Well , this seems to be another of your neglected topics, doesn't it ?

> Just fake?<

Half-truths are sometimes more dangerous than total lies. To dispel them and restore the real state of affairs one has to know quite a lot. As common people don't usally possess that knowledge they feel forced to accept a half truth as the whole truth.

> Is this an excuse for any inhuman acts by Turkish people? NO.<

Yes, it is. You are always trying to disculpate the Turk by making false analogies and raising charges which on closer examinations don't hold water or should be raised against those that you are defending. I telll you about numberless atrocities perpetrated by broad daylight and confirmed by international organisations. You don't care . You have lost any sense of proportions.

> Do not blame only one side, consider the other side as well.<

I have done it many times and that's why I am blaming the real scoundrel in this tragedy - the Turks! I can tell you that the Turks lie in 9,5 cases out of 10 and that 0,5 that is left turns ut o be a half-truth. They are unable to face any negative evidence about themselves and don't want any detailed rational argument either. What they want is that everybody accepts their lies without protests and approves of their national Islamic narcissism.

I will never ever accept, support or disculpate barbarians humiliating and exterminating civilised nations.

> If you do this, then we could have a fair discussion. If not, there is no value in it.<

Knowing the Turkish mentality I doubt there can be a fair discussion between a Turk and a non-Turk. I repeat the Turk NEVER faces honestly negative evidence , NEVER admits his own crimes. Islam makes admitting and repenting them impossible. So I understand why you come back to your favourite "many inhuman acts by e.g. Greek Cypriots". It's much easier than facing the detailed negative evidence about oneself .

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