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Reader comment on item: Turkey in Cyprus vs. Israel in Gaza
in response to reader comment: Greeks want to have their **glykismata** and eat it, too!

Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Sep 1, 2010 at 11:31

Caleb writes :

> Ianus-- If a neutral, nonaligned status for Cyprus was O.K. in 1974, why disturb it with an attempt at **enosis**?<

To allow a certain aggressive and genocidal country belonging to NATO to conquer and grab it making 40% of its territory a NATO dependency in a strategic point of the Mediterranean. We agree on that , don't we ?

> (And an attempt on the life of President Makarios?) Yes, there are now and have been since 1974 35-40,000 Turkish NATO soldiers permanently based on the island. <

So here we go ! Turkish fascists occupied a neutral country only because US nazis blessed the aggression. How could it be otherwise ?

> Greece started something. Turkey finished it ! <

I agree Turkey is a master of genocides , gencide denial and perfidy. And it has very influential friends and sponsors in America who don't care as long as their interests are served .


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