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Greece: The country built on genocides

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

Submitted by Uluc (United States), May 10, 2007 at 19:40

How quickly you forget the Greek genocide of Turks in Crete, Selanik and rest of modern day "Greece" and your attempted genocides in 1922 and 1973. Your country was founded on one genocide after another. Get off your high-horse, people are tired of your "cradle of democracy" "poor oppressed Christian" whining. Greece had its imperial cycle so did the Turks. Greeks enslaved others so did the Turks. Nobody in that area is innocent so stop acting like an angel.

Greece is a has-been nation pimping its distant past to European tourists and living off EU subsidies. It will soon be overrun by Albanians. The restive Macedon and Turkish populations of Northern Greece are also clamoring for freedom from the Greek yoke. Once the EU subsidies run out Greece will just shrink back to a city-state in Athens where you can once again create a "cradle of democracy" built on slavery and pedastry.



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