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If "Turkish military brought democracy to fascist Greece" ... Or how Mustafa Kemal Ghazi's janissaries repeated 1453 in Cyprus and elsewhere !

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), May 10, 2007 at 18:42

Uluc wrote :

> If it wasn't for the Turkish military rescuing the Cypriot Turks from genocide by the Cypriot Greeks, and hence defeating the funny fascist Greek army from Greece, Greece would still be ruled by a fascist junta today.

We remeber all to well how the pan-Turks "saved" the Turks in Armenia by exterminating a few million Armenians across the Ottoman empire between 1915-1919 . Then between 1917-1922 the Turks under Mustafa Kemal Khan "saved" Ionian and Pontiac Turks by exterminating ruthlessly hundreds of thousands of Greeks in Pontus and around the Smyrna district and expelling at least two million of them. To "save" Turks in Constantinople the Turks forcibly and viciously reduced the Greek minority there from at least 100 000 to just 5000 . In September 1955 you Turks "saved" Turkey's former capital in a spectacular "rescue" action by organizing a bloody anti-Greek pogrom in Constantinople . To "save" the oppressed Turkish majority on Imbros and Tenedos you virtually made any life impossible for few Greeks remaining there.

Now you prevented a major "conspiracy" in 1974 to perpetrate another anti-Turkish "genocide" by wiping out with napalm , tanks and bombs with your unsurpassed traditional Turkmen savagery the only civilized nation that lives on Cyprus. True to your Islamic vocation you as always just "defended yourself" . You never attack first , never provoke , are never to blame .... It's so Islamic ! But as forcibly converted "secularists" you brought "democracy a la turque" to those who you exterminated and expelled . You combined secular "democracy a la turque" and Islam on Cyprus by changing churches and monasteries into mosques and stables or simply levelling them to the ground . You devastated and oblitarated Christian cemeteries and stole and sold on the black market Greek and Byzantine antiquities you barbarously had plundered from their original sites . All in the name of higher Islamosecular ideals , of course !

All the crimes we know ad nauseum from all of your bloody Oguz-Seldjuk-Ottoman history have been repeated by this monster created by Kemal Ghazi . Turkey has aways been and still remains the scourge of Europe ! As long as it is not relegated to the dustbin of history there will be no peace and security in Europe !

To conclude : With your remark you insult my intelligence and memory ( and hopefully of all readers) , you mock at any decency . Behind the title of your message I perceive an ugly blood-thirsty toothless Islamo-Turkish grin - the grin of the Turkish sadists that oppressed Greece and the Balcans for more than 400 years .

To paraphrase your outrageous remark : " Had it not been for America's blackmail and intimidation in 1974 the Greeks would have wiped out your backward Asiatic murdering hordes and liberated not only Cyprus but much more what you have robbed from Greece and from what belonged to the Western civilization."

> LOL. The so-called "cradle of democracy" owes its democracy today to the secular Turkish military :)

LOL! That a Turk uses the word " cradle of democracy" is surprising ! After all at school you were taught that it is Turkey , not Greece , that is the cradle of real democracy as it is the military thas has always been the midwife of this "democracy" ever since the cattle-driving hordes under Seldjuk-beg left the banks of the Syr-Darya in the 10th century ! If you think and speak otherwise , then in your military democracy a la turque article 301 of the most secular (not to be confused with "enlightened") Turkish Penal Code will punish you with 3 years in prison . If you do that abroad and thuis denigrate the greatness that is Turkishness , then 4 years in prison are awaiting you . This no doubt promotes the truth much better than any freedom of speech . Who doesn't know and will be hoodwinked by the impudent lies of the Turkish propaganda ? ; )

> Forget Kurds, you should be more concerned about saving Greece from the Albanians and/or the Southwest from the Mexicans.

Remember Albanians , they owe everything bad and criminal they bring to Greece to their savage Turkish or Trkified beys and effendis whom they emulate so assiduously !

As to the Mexicans , they're are at least not pretending to save anyone from anything . And they have no record of repeated genocides which sharply contrasts with the pseudosecular Turks .

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