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Since: Sep 09

ISTANBUL

#24 Nov 16, 2011
Turkofagos wrote:
Greece is the mother of science and the source of knowledge.
Moses of Chorene, Armenian historian.
hahahahah
Greece is the Mother of
Clephtokratia
Thievery
Back stabbing the partners
Fraud
Lazyness
FILOTPMIA
Bankrupty
Losin Lands on www.eby.com
too,since 1821 the creation day....

oguztolga
Turkish historian and teacher on Greece's short history of 1821-2011

hahahahah
Turkofagos

Heraklion, Greece

#25 Nov 17, 2011
Hence we will not say that Greeks fight like heroes, but that heroes fight like Greeks.

Sir Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Turkofagos

Heraklion, Greece

#27 Nov 17, 2011
To Greece we give our shining blades.

Thomas Moore, Irish poet
Turkofagos

Heraklion, Greece

#28 Nov 18, 2011
The world is the expanding Greece and Greece is the shrinking world.

Victor Hugo, French Romantic writer
Hercules

Athens, Greece

#30 Nov 19, 2011
Without Greek studies there is no education.

Leo Tolstoy, Russian writer..

Since: Sep 09

ISTANBUL

#31 Nov 20, 2011
Hercules wrote:
Without Greek studies there is no education.
Leo Tolstoy, Russian writer..
hahahaha
what a lie....
he said"" without greek studies the world could not learn kleptokratia,filotomia and lazyness with backstabbing the partners in EU between the Greece's life of 1821-2011""

hahahahha
Greek Islander

Philadelphia, PA

#32 Nov 20, 2011
OguzTolga wrote:
<quoted text>
hahahaha
what a lie....
he said"" without greek studies the world could not learn kleptokratia,filotomia and lazyness with backstabbing the partners in EU between the Greece's life of 1821-2011""
hahahahha
Mongololu, this is s thread about the Greek city of Thessaloniki

Liberation of Thessalonii 1912

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-JiwzNF5U21U/Tqgg6Eb...

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons...

http://neapolitika.files.wordpress.com/2011/1...

http://vatopaidi.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/...

Turkish Mayor surrenders Thessaloniki back to the Greeks
http://www.mlahanas.de/Greece/Cities/Thessalo...

Since: Sep 09

ISTANBUL

#33 Nov 20, 2011
Greek Islander wrote:
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Mongololu, this is s thread about the Greek city of Thessaloniki
Liberation of Thessalonii 1912
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-JiwzNF5U21U/Tqgg6Eb...
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons...
http://neapolitika.files.wordpress.com/2011/1...
http://vatopaidi.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/...
Turkish Mayor surrenders Thessaloniki back to the Greeks
http://www.mlahanas.de/Greece/Cities/Thessalo...
Selanik has been always a Turco/jewish city not Greek..
There were no Greeks on the earth and history before 1821...so;
We can not call even name of the city in Greek..
elanik will be the name of the city forever..
Hercules

Athens, Greece

#34 Nov 20, 2011
First Greece taught us that free men can be brave, and that no defeat is meant to last forever. This small nation proved to be worthy of its history.

Albert Camus, French author and philosopher

Since: Sep 09

ISTANBUL

#35 Nov 21, 2011
Hercules wrote:
First Greece taught us that free men can be brave, and that no defeat is meant to last forever. This small nation proved to be worthy of its history.
Albert Camus, French author and philosopher
When you shake a Greek hand always count your finger and put your left hand on your wallet..
Mrs.Angela Merkel after the Greek Robbery from EU funds
Hercules

Athens, Greece

#36 Nov 21, 2011
Historical justice forces me to admit that among all the enemies who stand against us, the Greek soldier above all, fought with the most courage. He surrendered himself only when the continuation of resistance was not possible any longer, and when he had no reason not to... However, he fought so bravely, that even his enemies can not deny their respect for him... Thus, the Greek prisoners of war were released immediately, having in mind the heroic stance of these soldiers.

Adolph Hitler, Reichstag, 4 May 1941..

“HERONEA 338 B.C.”

Since: Dec 10

Macedonia, Greece

#37 Nov 22, 2011
Macedonia is nothing else, only Greek!
History will never change just because of some hoax that the fake-fraud name nation of bankrupt Skopje has set up! In the contrary, that will be the end of days for the beggaring Skopje!!
Macedonia is nothing else, only Greek!!!!
Macedonia can never change its Greek ethnicity just because Skopje needs one! The facts are solid and prove on thing alone: Macedonia was, is and always will be Greek! Only Greek!!!!!
Macedonia is nothing else, only Greek!!

“I am coming to get you”

Since: Nov 11

Heraklion, Greece

#38 Nov 24, 2011
Here is just a few of the Greatest Greek contributions to the world:

Olympic games- the international sports competition in which almost every country participates in.

Democracy- It means rule by the people. Athenian Greeks might have invented democracy but power was in the hands of wealthy merchants. Romans who aspired to the same ideal were also the elite few. Also Rome still had slaves so Rome doesn't have a true democracy. How can there be a true democracy in a society populated by slaves? The British Parliament was born only because King George was forced to share authority with aristocrats. Even the U.S. Senate was ran by only white men until 20th century. How can you have democracy in a multi-racial country with a senate ran by people excluding minorities? Granted, Asians and Hispanics didn't immigrate to the U.S. until mid-19th century. Blacks were still slaves back then until the Civil War, so they couldn't vote and run in public office. Native Americans could not even run any government in their own country. What real democracy has racial segregation and inequality laws? That is why U.S. was not a real democracy until Blacks and other minorities have won participation in the whites-only government in the late 1960's or early 1970's.

Hippocratic Oath: the moral code of medical ethics upheld by doctors today.

Theatrical drama, acting, and comedy (a type of drama).

Philosophies of Aristotle, Socrates, Plato,

Ionian, Doric and Corinthian architecture..

literary classics such as Iliad and Odyssey, myths, fables, poetry and mythology and goes on.....

Since: Nov 11

Thrace, Greece

#39 Nov 24, 2011
1. The New York Times advertisement of 4/26/92 says, "4000 years of Greek History, 4000 years of Greek Culture, 4000 years of Greek Heritage... Skopje's government seeking recognition as the 'Republic of Macedonia' perpetuates a fraud." Pamphlets distributed in churches stated, "Macedonia has been Greek for 3,000 years.

In ancient times Macedonians spoke Greek, worshipped Greek gods, expressed their creativity through Greek art and maintained a refined Greek culture ... all archaeological discoveries continue to unearth more information attesting to the indisputable Greekness of Macedonia!!"

2. "Out of the blue, in 1944, the Yugoslav communist leader, Tito, wishing to weaken Serbia on the one hand, and set the footing for future territorial claims against Greece on the other, schemingly gave South Serbia the Greek name 'Macedonia' and re-wrote the 'history' books to declare that ancient Macedonia was Slavic and that these people were descendants of Alexander the Great."

3. "The existence of a 'Slav' Macedonia could never be, and indeed, has never been supported either by historical data, or by ethnographic maps, or by statistics, or by some census, or by archaeological finds, or by even an obscure mention of such a nation from antiquity till today."

4. "Macedonia has been the name of Northern Greece for more than 3000 years. The Greek region ... has one of the most homogeneous populations in the world (98.5% Greek). Its population speaks Greek, feels Greek, is Greek."

5. "An independent 'Macedonia' would monopolize the name at the expense of the real Macedonians who are twice the number of the Slavs. The use and abuse of the name would cause widespread confusion as is already apparent..."

6. "Macedonia is an indispensable part of Greece's historical heritage it cannot identify, in an ethnic sense another nation."

7. "The Skopje 'language' is undeniably Slavic...!!"

8. "The Slavs did not set foot in the Balkans until 1000 years after Alexander the Great."

9. "The name 'Macedonia (which is etymologically Greek) was in use at least 1500 years before the arrival of the first Slavs."

10. "Every known Macedonian town, river and person had a Greek name – Philip (lover of horse), Alexander (protector of men), Archelaus (leader of people), Amyntas (defender), Ptolemy (warlike), Bucephalus (ox-head)!"

11. "The Old Testament (Daniel Ch. 8) and the New Testament (Acts Ch. 17) confirm the Greekness of Alexander and the Macedonians!!"

12. "It was the Greek language that was taken to Asia (Bible written in Greek) and cities with Greek names and institutions that were founded."

13. "There are 60,000 archaeological finds that confirm that the Macedonians were Greek in language, culture and religion!!!!"

14. "The home of the Greek gods was in Macedonia. Is it feasible that a people would worship its national gods in a foreign country?!!"

15. " Yugoslav Macedonia is not even geographically in the territory occupied by ancient Macedonia!!!"

“I am coming to get you”

Since: Nov 11

Heraklion, Greece

#40 Nov 25, 2011
Ares.
Ares was the god of war, the son of Zeus and Hera.
He loved fighting and to incite war, althought he lost his courage immediately if he himself was wounded.
Followed by Panic, Terror, and Trembling, and accompanied by his sister, Eris, and her son, Strife, everywhere Ares walked he brought death and violence.

Since: Nov 11

Thrace, Greece

#41 Nov 30, 2011
Helios
Helios, the god of the sun, drove his fiery horses and golden chariot across the sky each day, bringing day, heat, and light.

Although his own origins are obscure, there is a myth concerning his son by the mortal Clymene, the boy Phaethon. Granted one wish, he chose to drive the chariot..

Phaethon set fire to te earth in his dipping and diving, until Zeus was forced to throw a thunderbolt at him to cease the destruction.

Eventually, the earth recovered, and Helios, deeply saddened by his son's headstrong wish, returned to his daily task.
from Greece EU

Athens, Greece

#42 Nov 30, 2011
Turkofagos wrote:
To Greece we give our shining blades.
Thomas Moore, Irish poet
Oh come on! Do you expect a Turk to know what is poetry?

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