Blackadder is Lying the PROOF

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Nov 17, 2009
 
Biography....

Martin Packard, the son of a country parson, joined the Royal Navy at the age of fourteen as a Dartmouth cadet. In 1950 he served on anti-opium patrols from Hong Kong and then in Korea for the first year of the war there. Later he trained in America as a Fleet Air Arm pilot and, after front-line carrier service, qualified as flying instructor. In 1956 he married Kiki Tsatsoulis, whom he had met in Greece while on a Navy assignment. In 1963 he was appointed to the NATO staff in Malta as an intelligence analyst, a title that led the uninformed to the mistaken supposition that he was part of the British Intelligence Service. From Malta he was seconded, as a Greek interpreter, to the staff of General Peter Young in Cyprus. The ensuing months provide the material for this book. After a proposal for his permanent transfer to the UN he read Arabic at Durham University, but the seizure of power by the army in Greece led to his involvement, in support of his family and friends there, in their struggle against dictatorship. Demands by the Foreign Office that he be court-martialled, for interference in politics, were refused by the Admiralty, which instead approved his retirement at the age of 36. Joining the textile business of his wife's family in Greece, he took the agency for Levi Strauss, for which he set up a factory in Kalamata. In 1975 he was asked by Karamanlis to help counter a CIA demand for an enhanced presence in Greece. This led to his categorisation as a CIA target and a period of extreme harassment. A family introduction led to friendship with Dom Mintoff, at whose request he set up a Levi's factory in Malta and assessed possibilities for the establishment there of a new University of the Mediterranean. He again ran foul of the CIA when asked for advice in the face of foreign efforts to destabilise the Mintoff government. In the meantime his Malta factory had become a major supplier of jeans-wear to the Soviet Union. When USSR buying was cut because of a ha
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roduct Description
GETTING IT WRONG provides unique and critical reportage of events in Cyprus in early 1964.Circulation of an original report by Packard, commissioned by the CRO in 1964, was embargoed by Whitehall, which also rejected a UN request for a copy.Why was the Foreign Office so sensitive over a report which did no more than describe a highly successful process of peacemaking?This book shows that Cypriots were readily able to find answers to their problems when given an appropriate mechanism through which to do so, despite extremism encouraged from abroad.Misrepresentations of 1964 history in Cyprus have been a major factor in complicating the search there for accord. Describing mediation that was successful because it was answerable to the Cypriots, rather than to any outside power, this book helps to put the record straight. " ... personal testimony of fundamental importance for the critical year 1964. The book is important to both Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots because it destroys respective propaganda as to what happened that year." (Costas Carras, book preview, 2008.) "Find that man Packard. He can prove that Cypriots can live together." (Lord Caradon to Friends of Cyprus, 1988.) "No foreigner knows better than you the reality of events in Cyprus in 1964." (Rauf Denktash to author, 1999.) "I pressed hard for your return.... as I felt sure you were the only man who could re-establish contact which had been completely lost." (General Young, letter to author, 1965.) "We, the soldiery, could never have attempted what you and your team were doing." (Field Marshal Gibbs, letter to author, 2002.) "It is fortunate for Cyprus and its younger generations that Martin Packard has provided this testimony... which contradicts much of the thrust of official archives." (Mario Evriviades, book preview, Phileleutheros, 2007.)
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Nov 17, 2009
 
Cyprus
Cyprus was placed under British control on 4 June 1878 as a result of the Cyprus Convention, which granted control of the island to Britain in return for British support of the Ottoman Empire in the Russian-Turkish War.
Famagusta harbour was completed in June 1906; by this time the island was a strategic naval outpost for the British Empire, shoring up influence over the Eastern Mediterranean and Suez Canal, the crucial main route to India.
A British colonial strategy was to keep the Greek Cypriot majority and Turkish Cypriot minority of the island separate and discourage intermingling. The British hoped and succeeded to strengthen their hold on this strategically important colony.[8]
Cyprus Independence was attained in 1960 after exhaustive negotiations between the United Kingdom, as the colonial power, and Greece and Turkey, the cultural 'motherlands' for both of the communities in Cyprus. The UK ceded the island under a constitution allocating government posts and public offices by ethnic quota, but retained two Sovereign Base Areas. The British drafted constitution, reflected mutual distrust bred earlier between the communities by the colonial power. Today, two British Sovereign Base Areas are found in Cyprus and the divide et impera effects endure as the Cyprus dispute.
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Nov 17, 2009
 
Now ladies and gents

who are we going to belive

an accepted book writer, which attracted all the interest from both GC and TC in cyprus and GB or an idiot who shags horses for a living, he has no qualifications, no books, no relevant experience , no nothing

my hands are clean

case made
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#26
Nov 17, 2009
 
SEE how you do it you idiot...

watch and learn

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dont forget to watch the you tube videos

turkish cypriots especially this is very important
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Which Turk will ever accept that Greeks were less to blame than any other country for 1974?

All for this moron from Madrid, I will let others decide.

In my opinion, he is just another Greek prat, clutching at any straw to exonerate Greeks from the genocide they attempted on the TC's.

Have any Greeks apologised for what they did?

Err.....no!

They are too busy blaming others.

Let Blackadder help.

GREEKS ARE THE CYPRUS PROBLEM.

Simple as that and no PHD, or moronic little Greek facist will ever change that.

Cut and paste all you like - it means nothing and I do not see any TC's buting this bullshite.

Remember that they suffered for 14 years under the Greeks.
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#29
Nov 18, 2009
 
Rubbish...if UK allowed Cyprus to join Greece..the Turks would have left or accepted the situation..it was you Barbarians who stirred the Turks into bloody action..& then you moan when GC fought back...

Barbarian Turk Lover!
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It was us who stirred the Greeks into bloody action?

What planet are you on?

It was Greeks killing TC's for 14 years that prompted the invasion of 1974.

and in over 50 years of knowing Cyprus, I have never know ONE turk to want to opt for enosis.

Have you been on the vegetables too?
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Nov 18, 2009
 
blackadder wrote:
It was us who stirred the Greeks into bloody action?
What planet are you on?
It was Greeks killing TC's for 14 years that prompted the invasion of 1974.
and in over 50 years of knowing Cyprus, I have never know ONE turk to want to opt for enosis.
Have you been on the vegetables too?
Evidence has emerged that British undercover forces were involved in fomenting the conflict between Greek and Turkish Cypriots ten years before the 1974 partition of Cyprus.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/46320...

Indeed.
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blackadder wrote:
Which Turk will ever accept that Greeks were less to blame than any other country for 1974?
All for this moron from Madrid, I will let others decide.
In my opinion, he is just another Greek prat, clutching at any straw to exonerate Greeks from the genocide they attempted on the TC's.
Have any Greeks apologised for what they did?
Err.....no!
They are too busy blaming others.
Let Blackadder help.
GREEKS ARE THE CYPRUS PROBLEM.
Simple as that and no PHD, or moronic little Greek facist will ever change that.
Cut and paste all you like - it means nothing and I do not see any TC's buting this bullshite.
Remember that they suffered for 14 years under the Greeks.
is that why only 50000 tcs left after 1974 invasion from 120000 pre 1974 invasion.........and why a lot of them running to gcs in cyprus and around the world..........
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British colonial policies also promoted ethnic polarization. The British applied the principle of "divide and rule," setting the two groups against each other to prevent combined action against colonial rule. For example, when Greek Cypriots rebelled in the 1950s, the colonial administration established an all-Turkish police force, known as the Auxiliary Police, to combat Greek Cypriots. This and similar practices contributed to intercommunal animosity.
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Akritas wrote:
British colonial policies also promoted ethnic polarization. The British applied the principle of "divide and rule," setting the two groups against each other to prevent combined action against colonial rule. For example, when Greek Cypriots rebelled in the 1950s, the colonial administration established an all-Turkish police force, known as the Auxiliary Police, to combat Greek Cypriots. This and similar practices contributed to intercommunal animosity.
for "Blackadder" and "News" British were never in this...as if the Greeks someday woke up and started murdering tc
Even the british had a chance from 1950-1955 letting Cyprus go but they prefered to stay around and eat Eoka's A bullets
for their collective memory there was never TMT and taksim...we are cypriots and we 've been there we know our wrongs it's brits and turks who don't know theirs
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blackadder wrote:
Which Turk will ever accept that Greeks were less to blame than any other country for 1974?
All for this moron from Madrid, I will let others decide.
In my opinion, he is just another Greek prat, clutching at any straw to exonerate Greeks from the genocide they attempted on the TC's.
Have any Greeks apologised for what they did?
Err.....no!
They are too busy blaming others.
Let Blackadder help.
GREEKS ARE THE CYPRUS PROBLEM.
Simple as that and no PHD, or moronic little Greek facist will ever change that.
Cut and paste all you like - it means nothing and I do not see any TC's buting this bullshite.
Remember that they suffered for 14 years under the Greeks.
LOL

D U H

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cypriot_intercom...
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UK MURKY ROLE wrote:
that proves a lot which means Blackadder will not be around to comment..such a shame for antigreek people to do such things and blame the others..especially this so called police consisted only by British and Turkishcypriots..I CAN ONLY IMAGINE WHERE THIS BRILLIANT BRITISH IDEA WOULD LEAD..
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British colonial policies also promoted ethnic polarization. The British applied the principle of "divide and rule," setting the two groups against each other to prevent combined action against colonial rule. For example, when Greek Cypriots rebelled in the 1950s, the colonial administration established an all-Turkish police force, known as the Auxiliary Police, to combat Greek Cypriots. This and similar practices contributed to intercommunal animosity.
"ethnic polarization" does not mean you start murdering your neighbours.

Even in multi-cultural britain, we do not go around shooting all the people we hate.

Our empire was responsible for a lot of good, and bad - but we did not tell Greeks to start killing Turks.

You killed Turks because it was the only way you Greeks felt thay Cyprus could be made a wholly Greek island.

Why did Greeks not pursue a peacful path?

You prove my point
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Nov 18, 2009
 
blackadder wrote:
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"ethnic polarization" does not mean you start murdering your neighbours.
Even in multi-cultural britain, we do not go around shooting all the people we hate.
Our empire was responsible for a lot of good, and bad - but we did not tell Greeks to start killing Turks.
You killed Turks because it was the only way you Greeks felt thay Cyprus could be made a wholly Greek island.
Why did Greeks not pursue a peacful path?
You prove my point
Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cypriot_intercom...
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blackadder wrote:
Which Turk will ever accept that Greeks were less to blame than any other country for 1974?
All for this moron from Madrid, I will let others decide.
In my opinion, he is just another Greek prat, clutching at any straw to exonerate Greeks from the genocide they attempted on the TC's.
Have any Greeks apologised for what they did?
Err.....no!
They are too busy blaming others.
Let Blackadder help.
GREEKS ARE THE CYPRUS PROBLEM.
Simple as that and no PHD, or moronic little Greek facist will ever change that.
Cut and paste all you like - it means nothing and I do not see any TC's buting this bullshite.
Remember that they suffered for 14 years under the Greeks.
See what i mean ladies and gents

Just a lot of predicatble crup....

The TC see what i am writing you idiot, they are not idiots they know what they see, they also see your BS that is loosing what ever little value it had by the sec, cause you dont back anything with Nothing

again let me repeat

WHO THE F&CK ARE YOU TO DISCREDIT MARTIN PACKARD

THE ONLY THING YOU DO IS WANK ALL THE DAY THEN COME THE SCREEN TO TEACH US ABOUT CYPRUS...

if you have something to say back it, not with bull shit but with real evidence like i do, if you dont then f@ck off

how do we know you are not a lunatic with screen

90% thats the case anyway...

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Nov 18, 2009
 
email in contact is not used any more
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blackadder wrote:
Which Turk will ever accept that Greeks were less to blame than any other country for 1974?
All for this moron from Madrid, I will let others decide.
In my opinion, he is just another Greek prat, clutching at any straw to exonerate Greeks from the genocide they attempted on the TC's.
Have any Greeks apologised for what they did?
Err.....no!
They are too busy blaming others.
Let Blackadder help.
GREEKS ARE THE CYPRUS PROBLEM.
Simple as that and no PHD, or moronic little Greek facist will ever change that.
Cut and paste all you like - it means nothing and I do not see any TC's buting this bullshite.
Remember that they suffered for 14 years under the Greeks.
and apologise first for what your did to both Turkish and Greek Cypriots as well as all other races you invaded you son of B@tch

then we might think about it

why dont you go to cyprus and suc" the c@ck of each and every TC first just to apologise, then pass the border and do it with the Greeks

then we ll convine and let you know of our dicision ASAP

heheheheheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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