Greek Cypriot state terror revealed

Greek Cypriot state terror revealed

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#1 Dec 24, 2012
It is high time that the tragic realities of Cyprus are acknowledged and the responsibility for the violence and suffering imposed on the Turkish Cypriot people be shouldered by the true perpetrators
M. ERGÜN OLGUN - Under-secretary of the KKTC Presidency
A recent statement of an ex-EOKA-B (National Organization of Greek Cypriot Fighters-B) member further reveals that attacks on Turkish Cypriots during the years spanning 1963-74 were the result of a systematic Greek Cypriot campaign. The following account given by a living witness is an undeniable testament to the fact that atrocities to which Turkish Cypriots were subjected were indeed a premeditated Greek Cypriot policy.
In an interview published in Greek Cypriot daily Alithia, a 67-year-old Greek Cypriot named Andreas Dimitriu confessed to being involved in one of the massacres of 1974. Dimitriu is reported to have revealed that, in accordance with an official order, he and a few other volunteers helped the Greek Cypriot police gather Turkish Cypriot men of the village of Taskent (Dohni) into a coffee shop. Dimitriu continued to state that upon his arrival to the Turkish Cypriot quarter of Taskent the day following the round up, he found out that Greek Cypriot soldiers had already attacked many Turkish Cypriots, including the rape of a number of Turkish Cypriot women living in the quarter. The newspaper reported that fearing further atrocities, Turkish Cypriot men had gathered at the village school while the women took collective refuge in a few area homes. According to Dimitriu, all Turkish Cypriot men were taken away in a bus by armed soldiers that night. Dimitriu went on to state that he learned a few days later from a Turkish Cypriot from the village of Tatlisu (Mari) that all those who had been rounded up had been killed.
The fate of the 89 Turkish Cypriot men from Taskent was later discovered in the presence of the United Nations. Having been taken by force from their homes on Aug. 14, 1974, they were brutally murdered and buried in mass graves. Bearing the guilt of this inhuman massacre, Dimitriu confessed:“These things happened in those days. What have we done that is different from what was happening throughout the island at those times? Whatever we did, we did in collaboration with the legal forces of the state.” Dimitriu claimed also that the EOKA-B members guarding the besieged Turkish Cypriots at Taskent did not know that soldiers later took the Turkish Cypriots to their death.
When one rakes over the ashes of the past, many similar dreadful stories surface. It is well documented that between the years of 1963 and 1974 thousands of Turkish Cypriots had been killed and wounded, with entire populations of many Turkish Cypriot villages disappearing overnight. Greek Cypriot researcher and film maker Antonis Angastiniotis reported to the Greek Cypriot English-language daily Cyprus Mail on Nov. 4, 2004 that:
“All Turkish Cypriots know what happened in the villages of Aloa (Atlilar),Maratha (Murataga) and Sandalari (Sandallar). It is the Greek Cypriots who do not.... The Greek Cypriots of the neighbouring villages, along with army personnel, attacked these villages. They shot the children, the mothers and any old people left in the villages.… For me this became a nightmare because all these years I had been convinced that everything we had done was right.”

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#2 Dec 24, 2012
Turkish daily Hürriyet reported on Nov. 1, 2004 that in his short film about the massacres documenting the story of 126 people who were killed, Antonis Angastiniotis had called on the Greek Cypriot people to apologize to the Turkish Cypriot people, prosecute the culprits and pay compensation to the families of the deceased.
As in the point noted above, it must be made clear that the future cannot and should not be held prisoner to the agonies of the past. To achieve this, a transformation is required that will facilitate healing and the emergence of a clear conscience in order to build the necessary mutual trust and confidence to move forward. As also stressed by President Denktas, the fact that individuals are beginning to speak about the atrocious realities of the past is a very positive development. These admissions demonstrate beyond the shadow of a doubt that the violence of the past was not the work of uncontrolled EOKA terrorists, as has been claimed by the Greek Cypriot administration, but an organized case of state terror administered by the Greek Cypriot leaders themselves. It is also important to recognize that this aggression continues even today in the form of all-encompassing embargoes on the economic, cultural and political lives of the Turkish Cypriot people. The present Greek Cypriot policy continues to be aimed at preventing each and every effort geared toward the lifting of such embargoes. This fact clearly demonstrates that the Greek Cypriot side is still determined to utilize any and all means available to deprive the Turkish Cypriots of their basic human rights.
It is high time that the tragic realities of Cyprus are acknowledged and the responsibility for the violence and suffering imposed on the Turkish Cypriot people be shouldered by its true perpetrators. Turkey and the Turkish Cypriot people cannot be held responsible for the consequences for a war Greece and its Greek Cypriot supporters started in contravention to international law and with the aim of realizing a constitutionally prohibited objective, enosis, or the union of Cyprus with Greece.
In order to create the necessary atmosphere of confidence for a sustainable and peaceful future on the island, it is essential that Greek Cypriot leadership put an end to its campaign of reality distortion and oppressive policies. Greek Cypriot leadership needs to admit past atrocities, take responsibility for them and apologizes to the Turkish Cypriot people. It is only then that the foundation for a sustainable, negotiated settlement can be laid.
greek

Bloomington, IN

#3 Dec 24, 2012
FHGWS wrote:
It is high time that the tragic realities of Cyprus are acknowledged and the responsibility for the violence and suffering imposed on the Turkish Cypriot people be shouldered by the true perpetrators
M. ERGÜN OLGUN - Under-secretary of the KKTC Presidency
A recent statement of an ex-EOKA-B (National Organization of Greek Cypriot Fighters-B) member further reveals that attacks on Turkish Cypriots during the years spanning 1963-74 were the result of a systematic Greek Cypriot campaign. The following account given by a living witness is an undeniable testament to the fact that atrocities to which Turkish Cypriots were subjected were indeed a premeditated Greek Cypriot policy.
In an interview published in Greek Cypriot daily Alithia, a 67-year-old Greek Cypriot named Andreas Dimitriu confessed to being involved in one of the massacres of 1974. Dimitriu is reported to have revealed that, in accordance with an official order, he and a few other volunteers helped the Greek Cypriot police gather Turkish Cypriot men of the village of Taskent (Dohni) into a coffee shop. Dimitriu continued to state that upon his arrival to the Turkish Cypriot quarter of Taskent the day following the round up, he found out that Greek Cypriot soldiers had already attacked many Turkish Cypriots, including the rape of a number of Turkish Cypriot women living in the quarter. The newspaper reported that fearing further atrocities, Turkish Cypriot men had gathered at the village school while the women took collective refuge in a few area homes. According to Dimitriu, all Turkish Cypriot men were taken away in a bus by armed soldiers that night. Dimitriu went on to state that he learned a few days later from a Turkish Cypriot from the village of Tatlisu (Mari) that all those who had been rounded up had been killed.
The fate of the 89 Turkish Cypriot men from Taskent was later discovered in the presence of the United Nations. Having been taken by force from their homes on Aug. 14, 1974, they were brutally murdered and buried in mass graves. Bearing the guilt of this inhuman massacre, Dimitriu confessed:“These things happened in those days. What have we done that is different from what was happening throughout the island at those times? Whatever we did, we did in collaboration with the legal forces of the state.” Dimitriu claimed also that the EOKA-B members guarding the besieged Turkish Cypriots at Taskent did not know that soldiers later took the Turkish Cypriots to their death.
When one rakes over the ashes of the past, many similar dreadful stories surface. It is well documented that between the years of 1963 and 1974 thousands of Turkish Cypriots had been killed and wounded, with entire populations of many Turkish Cypriot villages disappearing overnight. Greek Cypriot researcher and film maker Antonis Angastiniotis reported to the Greek Cypriot English-language daily Cyprus Mail on Nov. 4, 2004 that:
“All Turkish Cypriots know what happened in the villages of Aloa (Atlilar),Maratha (Murataga) and Sandalari (Sandallar). It is the Greek Cypriots who do not.... The Greek Cypriots of the neighbouring villages, along with army personnel, attacked these villages. They shot the children, the mothers and any old people left in the villages.… For me this became a nightmare because all these years I had been convinced that everything we had done was right.”
As usual no link.Makes this up as he goes along
Mkz6

Ardsley, NY

#4 Dec 25, 2012
Stop screwing the ducks god will punish you shame on your people no respect for animals .be a crook is human be a duckfkr is criminal and unlawfull by UN EU and the duck intentional association think about Lo who is worse when you meet god ?a duckfkr , MR. Themistokli what you think my friend ?
Themistocles

Australia

#5 Dec 25, 2012
Mkz6 wrote:
Stop screwing the ducks god will punish you shame on your people no respect for animals .be a crook is human be a duckfkr is criminal and unlawfull by UN EU and the duck intentional association think about Lo who is worse when you meet god ?a duckfkr , MR. Themistokli what you think my friend ?
I think of the fluffy little ducks happily following the mother duck feeding in the ponds and not knowing the fate which awaits them. The terror these ducks must feel while they're held down and viscously attacked during these ghastly duck fcuking rituals which the Turks practice. Entire families of ducks are systematically sacrificed for the "pleasure" of these heinous people. It's just terrible and nothing can be done because Turkish duck fcuking is condoned by Turkish society in general. Merry Xmas vre and best wishes for the new year
MKZ6

North Babylon, NY

#7 Dec 25, 2012
Themistocles wrote:
<quoted text>I think of the fluffy little ducks happily following the mother duck feeding in the ponds and not knowing the fate which awaits them. The terror these ducks must feel while they're held down and viscously attacked during these ghastly duck fcuking rituals which the Turks practice. Entire families of ducks are systematically sacrificed for the "pleasure" of these heinous people. It's just terrible and nothing can be done because Turkish duck fcuking is condoned by Turkish society in general. Merry Xmas vre and best wishes for the new year
LOL themistokli ,merry Xmass too,or Kalla Xristougena to you and to your family/.and may god protect the duck population in Turkey,i feel bad for them.

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#8 Dec 25, 2012
my god help you all because this man wont!!the many that are just like him wont either

http://youtu.be/v383Qg9MWyU

and i also feel bad !!i feel bad for every parents child that is and got sodomized by your trusted men and messengers of your gods

merryxmassss and protect your offspring from the devil in disguise just like the one shown in this clip
Themistocles

Weyba Downs, Australia

#9 Dec 26, 2012
MKZ6 wrote:
<quoted text>LOL themistokli ,merry Xmass too,or Kalla Xristougena to you and to your family/.and may god protect the duck population in Turkey,i feel bad for them.
Yassoo, ke kali brodi xrounya
international laws

Memphis, TN

#10 Dec 27, 2012
FHGWS wrote:
It is high time that the tragic realities of Cyprus are acknowledged and the responsibility for the violence and suffering imposed on the Turkish Cypriot people be shouldered by the true perpetrators
M. ERGÜN OLGUN - Under-secretary of the KKTC Presidency
A recent statement of an ex-EOKA-B (National Organization of Greek Cypriot Fighters-B) member further reveals that attacks on Turkish Cypriots during the years spanning 1963-74 were the result of a systematic Greek Cypriot campaign. The following account given by a living witness is an undeniable testament to the fact that atrocities to which Turkish Cypriots were subjected were indeed a premeditated Greek Cypriot policy.
In an interview published in Greek Cypriot daily Alithia, a 67-year-old Greek Cypriot named Andreas Dimitriu confessed to being involved in one of the massacres of 1974. Dimitriu is reported to have revealed that, in accordance with an official order, he and a few other volunteers helped the Greek Cypriot police gather Turkish Cypriot men of the village of Taskent (Dohni) into a coffee shop. Dimitriu continued to state that upon his arrival to the Turkish Cypriot quarter of Taskent the day following the round up, he found out that Greek Cypriot soldiers had already attacked many Turkish Cypriots, including the rape of a number of Turkish Cypriot women living in the quarter. The newspaper reported that fearing further atrocities, Turkish Cypriot men had gathered at the village school while the women took collective refuge in a few area homes. According to Dimitriu, all Turkish Cypriot men were taken away in a bus by armed soldiers that night. Dimitriu went on to state that he learned a few days later from a Turkish Cypriot from the village of Tatlisu (Mari) that all those who had been rounded up had been killed.
The fate of the 89 Turkish Cypriot men from Taskent was later discovered in the presence of the United Nations. Having been taken by force from their homes on Aug. 14, 1974, they were brutally murdered and buried in mass graves. Bearing the guilt of this inhuman massacre, Dimitriu confessed:“These things happened in those days. What have we done that is different from what was happening throughout the island at those times? Whatever we did, we did in collaboration with the legal forces of the state.” Dimitriu claimed also that the EOKA-B members guarding the besieged Turkish Cypriots at Taskent did not know that soldiers later took the Turkish Cypriots to their death.
When one rakes over the ashes of the past, many similar dreadful stories surface. It is well documented that between the years of 1963 and 1974 thousands of Turkish Cypriots had been killed and wounded, with entire populations of many Turkish Cypriot villages disappearing overnight. Greek Cypriot researcher and film maker Antonis Angastiniotis reported to the Greek Cypriot English-language daily Cyprus Mail on Nov. 4, 2004 that:
“All Turkish Cypriots know what happened in the villages of Aloa (Atlilar),Maratha (Murataga) and Sandalari (Sandallar). It is the Greek Cypriots who do not.... The Greek Cypriots of the neighbouring villages, along with army personnel, attacked these villages. They shot the children, the mothers and any old people left in the villages.… For me this became a nightmare because all these years I had been convinced that everything we had done was right.”
.......the real tragedy of cyprus is the denial to cyprus of democracy to its majority greekcypriots in their own lands and cities where 100s of thousands of greek cypriots were invaded occupied killed enslaved apartheided ethnically cleansed(women children elderly etc,,)in their own land and cities by turkish and british occupation and armies troublemakers who disrespected greekcypriots and killed them to create theft and ethniccleanseddivision,,,,that is why turks nad brits refuse to go to the world courts as per request of cyprus many times over,,,,,,,,,

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#11 Dec 27, 2012
international laws wrote:
<quoted text>.......the real tragedy of cyprus is the denial to cyprus of democracy to its majority greekcypriots in their own lands and cities where 100s of thousands of greek cypriots were invaded occupied killed enslaved apartheided ethnically cleansed(women children elderly etc,,)in their own land and cities by turkish and british occupation and armies troublemakers who disrespected greekcypriots and killed them to create theft and ethniccleanseddivision,,,,that is why turks nad brits refuse to go to the world courts as per request of cyprus many times over,,,,,,,,,
you should focas more on yanky polo tics and give back some of the navaho land you immigrants and white anglo yanks have ripped away from the original owners

same goes for the french
same goes for the british
same goes for the australians
same goes for the spaniards

shall i continue or what part dont you get!!
lolololWITchamp

Collierville, TN

#12 Dec 27, 2012
champion65 wrote:
<quoted text>
you should focas more on yanky polo tics and give back some of the navaho land you immigrants and white anglo yanks have ripped away from the original owners
same goes for the french
same goes for the british
same goes for the australians
same goes for the spaniards
shall i continue or what part dont you get!!
,,,,,,do u think i argue wit d native indians like u argue wid d native greeks like u right----greeks did not steal any cities from the native indians like turks stole cities from the native greeks-------as a matter of fact in 1977 in respect for cyprus and what it went through by the turks and british occupation the indians had a big delegation with their drums for the funeral of one of cypruss natives makarios-----but none showed up for the funeral of denktash--------the native indians welcomed the british to share the land and helped them survive but the british turned on them and try to take over and in the war of independance the indians sided against the british occupation-----u know champ the indians help build cities in the states they are great construction workers in heights u think they would like it if turks came and stole their cities in the usa like turks stole cities from cyprus champ when international laws are in place------- give it a break champ simply stated turks did not only steal land from the greeks but also stole WHOLE CITIES FROM THE GREEKS WITH ALL ITS INFRASTRUCTURE<,,,,,,,,
Tc In London

Johnstone, UK

#13 Dec 27, 2012
lolololWITchamp wrote:
<quoted text>,,,,,,do u think i argue wit d native indians like u argue wid d native greeks like u right----greeks did not steal any cities from the native indians like turks stole cities from the native greeks-------as a matter of fact in 1977 in respect for cyprus and what it went through by the turks and british occupation the indians had a big delegation with their drums for the funeral of one of cypruss natives makarios-----but none showed up for the funeral of denktash--------the native indians welcomed the british to share the land and helped them survive but the british turned on them and try to take over and in the war of independance the indians sided against the british occupation-----u know champ the indians help build cities in the states they are great construction workers in heights u think they would like it if turks came and stole their cities in the usa like turks stole cities from cyprus champ when international laws are in place------- give it a break champ simply stated turks did not only steal land from the greeks but also stole WHOLE CITIES FROM THE GREEKS WITH ALL ITS INFRASTRUCTURE<,,,,,,,,
i have given you a name from now on i am calling you

Mounopanolololol

remember my turkish brothers this is what we will call our man from tn
Tc In London

Johnstone, UK

#14 Dec 27, 2012
lolololWITchamp wrote:
<quoted text>,,,,,,do u think i argue wit d native indians like u argue wid d native greeks like u right----greeks did not steal any cities from the native indians like turks stole cities from the native greeks-------as a matter of fact in 1977 in respect for cyprus and what it went through by the turks and british occupation the indians had a big delegation with their drums for the funeral of one of cypruss natives makarios-----but none showed up for the funeral of denktash--------the native indians welcomed the british to share the land and helped them survive but the british turned on them and try to take over and in the war of independance the indians sided against the british occupation-----u know champ the indians help build cities in the states they are great construction workers in heights u think they would like it if turks came and stole their cities in the usa like turks stole cities from cyprus champ when international laws are in place------- give it a break champ simply stated turks did not only steal land from the greeks but also stole WHOLE CITIES FROM THE GREEKS WITH ALL ITS INFRASTRUCTURE<,,,,,,,,
we dont steal my friend

spoils of war

I've always understood it to mean the things a country/region gains by defeating another country/region during a war. Things like gold, land, power, etc.

in 1453 it was war
in 1974 it was war
lololol wit mounaramouth

Collierville, TN

#15 Dec 27, 2012
Tc In London wrote:
<quoted text>
i have given you a name from now on i am calling you
Mounopanolololol
remember my turkish brothers this is what we will call our man from tn
lololol wit mounaramouth :)) how you find time to talk while you T.akin c.ock In London
Tc In London

Johnstone, UK

#16 Dec 27, 2012
lololol wit mounaramouth wrote:
<quoted text>lololol wit mounaramouth :)) how you find time to talk while you T.akin c.ock In London
@ MounopanoLoLoLoL

ONLY PERSON TAKING TC COCK IS YOUR Sister as your mum is really ugly
lololWIT MOUNARA mouth

Collierville, TN

#17 Dec 27, 2012
Tc In London wrote:
<quoted text>
@ MounopanoLoLoLoL
ONLY PERSON TAKING TC COCK IS YOUR Sister as your mum is really ugly
,,,,,in your case you are very helpful with your big mounaramouth T.akin c.o->o->o->o->ck In London your sis and mother can take a break,,,,,,

Since: Oct 07

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#18 Dec 27, 2012
lolololWITchamp wrote:
<quoted text>,,,,,,do u think i argue wit d native indians like u argue wid d native greeks like u right----greeks did not steal any cities from the native indians like turks stole cities from the native greeks-------as a matter of fact in 1977 in respect for cyprus and what it went through by the turks and british occupation the indians had a big delegation with their drums for the funeral of one of cypruss natives makarios-----but none showed up for the funeral of denktash--------the native indians welcomed the british to share the land and helped them survive but the british turned on them and try to take over and in the war of independance the indians sided against the british occupation-----u know champ the indians help build cities in the states they are great construction workers in heights u think they would like it if turks came and stole their cities in the usa like turks stole cities from cyprus champ when international laws are in place------- give it a break champ simply stated turks did not only steal land from the greeks but also stole WHOLE CITIES FROM THE GREEKS WITH ALL ITS INFRASTRUCTURE<,,,,,,,,
no,no,no , no one stole anything the only stealing was ,was the one your junta attempted by killing there own greek native

no, the only theft was the attempted one given that had there been no nationalist ideas the island wouoldnt be divided

no the the only theft responsible is greek after hundreds of years living as neighbors you lot killed it for all .

no, no, no,the fact that you greeks are unreasonable and think the world owes them is your downfall !!

all those indigenous cultures arnt happy with there outcomes with those that now occupy im so glade the turkish army came and stopped your lot from murdering everything that walked .

just think if greece was in control cyprus would be in the cess pit and the Germans demanding austerity measures be put in place also ,cyprus would be worse off being greek .

your a greek yanky migrant that probably sitting comfy in that chair overweight and smug .

as for infrastructure i have freinds owning beachfront homes in limasoll and have tried to get there properties back but given up as the greek bureaucracy is playing them round and round
wellCHAMP

Collierville, TN

#19 Dec 27, 2012
champion65 wrote:
<quoted text>
no,no,no , no one stole anything the only stealing was ,was the one your junta attempted by killing there own greek native
no, the only theft was the attempted one given that had there been no nationalist ideas the island wouoldnt be divided
no the the only theft responsible is greek after hundreds of years living as neighbors you lot killed it for all .
no, no, no,the fact that you greeks are unreasonable and think the world owes them is your downfall !!
all those indigenous cultures arnt happy with there outcomes with those that now occupy im so glade the turkish army came and stopped your lot from murdering everything that walked .
just think if greece was in control cyprus would be in the cess pit and the Germans demanding austerity measures be put in place also ,cyprus would be worse off being greek .
your a greek yanky migrant that probably sitting comfy in that chair overweight and smug .
as for infrastructure i have freinds owning beachfront homes in limasoll and have tried to get there properties back but given up as the greek bureaucracy is playing them round and round
.....well champ if it makes u feel better ,,,,,but anyways happy new year and all the best,,,,,,,,

Since: Oct 07

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#20 Dec 27, 2012
wellCHAMP wrote:
<quoted text>.....well champ if it makes u feel better ,,,,,but anyways happy new year and all the best,,,,,,,,
rebound happy new year all the best
greek

Bloomington, IN

#21 Dec 28, 2012
Tc In London wrote:
<quoted text>
we dont steal my friend
spoils of war
I've always understood it to mean the things a country/region gains by defeating another country/region during a war. Things like gold, land, power, etc.
in 1453 it was war
in 1974 it was war
See how this demented Turk thinks
It is not called spoils of war anymore it is called plunder and looting
Illegal in the eyes of the world and why the War against your buddy Adolph Hitler was fought
UN was set up to prevent future Hitlers
YOU TURKS STILL DON"T GET IT
YOU WILL NEVER KEEP WHAT YOU STOLE

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