The Greek Orthodox Church blessing the neo-Nazis

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The Orthodox Church of Greece, is a Church which has been justly accused for its close ties with the former military Junta regime , an official national-state church institution that defiantly surpasses Greek legislation, and often incites ethnic hatred against people of neighbour states, despite the fact that they are Christian orthodox ... (more)

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Annie Muk

Stockholm, Sweden

#111 Jun 29, 2012
The Lie Detector wrote:
<quoted text>and hairy...all greek women..
Yes. As hairy as a Yeti's big toe.
non anglo aussie wrote:
Get it right,Macedonia is part of Greece and FYROM is another Country.
Get it right, Monkeydonia is part of Greece and The Republic of Macedonia is another Country. It's simple to understand if you read slowly, keep your finger on the page and use your brain.
Annie Muk

Stockholm, Sweden

#112 Jun 29, 2012
non anglo aussie wrote:
The Turks have called Greeks "Rum" (pronounced Room) for many years but what they don't understand,even till this day,is that "Rum" means Roman.
It probably means, "Roma". Gypsies from Egypt and Ethiopia.

Glad to be of assistance.
american gothic

Miami, FL

#113 Jun 29, 2012
annie is a hairy swedish meatball..
Bronzilla

Thessaloníki, Greece

#114 Jun 29, 2012
non anglo aussie wrote:
The Turks have called Greeks "Rum" (pronounced Room) for many years but what they don't understand,even till this day,is that "Rum" means Roman.
Happy to clear that up.
Rum means GREEK

Since: Sep 09

ISTANBUL

#115 Jun 29, 2012
Bronzilla wrote:
<quoted text>
Rum means GREEK
But Greek does not mean RUM..

RUM is Romaoi

Greek means""NOTHING just a fabricated garbage like TODAY's Greek donkeys"""who are even not able to rule their own country and leave to CERBERUS and Germans heheheeh

How can a untalented,lazy,thief and idiot nation can be the successors of the ancient people with all the helps & aids and tolernace to their thefts of the EUROPEAN Puppet players:))
Greeks are the Clowns of the Europehehehehehehe
non anglo aussie

Melbourne, Australia

#116 Jun 30, 2012
Turks are a lost cause as they don't know who they are.

Historically,they always wanted Europe but more times than not is was the Greeks that led their push out of Europe.Europe has washed their hands from them.

Turks have more in common with the Middle East but ataturk confused the shit out of turkish people by trying to westernise them so The Middle East has also washed there hands of them.

They are alone.

Germany,who has millions of turks in their country can't stand them.

They have no friends in the world and not even Allah will save the Turks.
Annie Muk

Sweden

#117 Jun 30, 2012
non anglo aussie wrote:
"Rum" means Roman.
Happy to clear that up.
"Annie Muk" = It probably means, "Roma". Gypsies from Egypt and Ethiopia.

"Bronzilla" = Rum means GREEK

"OguzTolga" = RUM is Romaoi

STILL "HAPPY", Yankee non-Greek?

Since: Sep 09

ISTANBUL

#118 Jun 30, 2012
ATAA Commemorates 62nd Anniversary of the Korean War

ATAA honors the veterans who served and soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice with their lives in the Korean War.

The 62nd Anniversary of the Korean War holds special significance for the Turkish American community as the Turkish brigade of 5000-strong were cited for their heroism and courage as they served as a part of the United Nations forces between 1951-53.

The Turkish brigade fought shoulder to shoulder with the U.S. 25th Division against Communist forces and daunting odds.

The performance of the Turkish brigade became a case study which lead to a new Code of Conduct for the modern United States Marine Corp.

What transpired from the study was that

"the Turks were best able to fight and survive because they had a firm belief in something beyond themselves and their personal considerations, whether that something was family, military tradition, or faith."
Nick the Greek

North Shields, UK

#119 Jun 30, 2012
OguzTolga wrote:
ATAA Commemorates 62nd Anniversary of the Korean War
ATAA honors the veterans who served and soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice with their lives in the Korean War.
The 62nd Anniversary of the Korean War holds special significance for the Turkish American community as the Turkish brigade of 5000-strong were cited for their heroism and courage as they served as a part of the United Nations forces between 1951-53.
The Turkish brigade fought shoulder to shoulder with the U.S. 25th Division against Communist forces and daunting odds.
The performance of the Turkish brigade became a case study which lead to a new Code of Conduct for the modern United States Marine Corp.
What transpired from the study was that
"the Turks were best able to fight and survive because they had a firm belief in something beyond themselves and their personal considerations, whether that something was family, military tradition, or faith."
Monkey Talk!

Koreans are a Turanid peoples...brother peoples with the Mongol Turkic Tribes!

Modern Turkistanis were sent to kill their own Turanid brothers...

...that makes You a Monkey, right!

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