Κυριακή, 14 Μαρτίου 2010

RESPECT

--- Στις Σάβ., 13/03/10, ο/η soyer ecesoy 1Β1ΑΒ έγραψε:


Από: soyer ecesoy (1B1AB)
Θέμα: RESPECT
Προς: sv2flq@yahoo.gr
Ημερομηνία: Σάββατο, 13 Μάρτιος 2010, 23:23


Hey Simpleton, "INFO IN UN , PSE RESPECTI" got a news for you! Even UN General Secretary hasn't got any respect to those old UN resolution's any more.

Do you thing amateurs are idiots not to know this, I tell you most amateurs are well
educated unlike yourself you stupid Greek fascist.

For me it is a greate enjoyment to see you cry.

Have a look at this and eat your heard out!



UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon
sat down for talks with TRNC President Talat
at the Presidential Palace in Lefkoşa, it was
clear to many that a protocol had been breached.
By attending an official meeting TRNC official
office.

On 13 March 2010 22:02, mitropoylos antonios (SV2FLQ) wrote:

Hi <>

I dont know how to call someone who only makes propaganda and does not respect all of them who died for freedom and the hundreds of lost who still exist in Cyprus.
Yes, i am sad and cry for the way that europeans face the situation because the last centuries Greece was the one who faced all the hordes of the barbarians and was the one with the most victims in the last world war.However your country is used to crimes as the slaughter of the Armenians ,Pontiac and the Kurdish and last example the invasion in Cyprus.
Because you are very well informed you must know about the decsisions about the Cyprians in the UK.The most important of all is that this area is not identified by any state except Turkey showing one more time who is the facsist.


--- Στις Κυρ., 14/03/10, ο/η soyer ecesoy (1B1AB) έγραψε:


Από: soyer ecesoy
Θέμα: Re: RESPECT
Προς: "mitropoylos antonios"
Ημερομηνία: Κυριακή, 14 Μάρτιος 2010, 1:10

What! what freedom you idiot talking about Greek Cypriots was much more free then you were in Greece back in 1963 they were the ones start killing Turkish Cypriots, I am old enough to witness, http://trnc--for--ever.blogspot.com/ Do some reading before you make idiotic comments.
You lot only geting what you deserve,

THE WORD FROM GREECE

Athens Court of Appeal dtd. March 21, 1979: The court decision reads as follows:"The Turkish intervention in Cyprus, which was carried out in accordance with the London-Zurich agreements, was legal. Turkey had, as one of the Guarantor Powers, the right to fulfill her obligation. The true guilty ones were the Greek Officers, who organised the coup and thereby created the conditions for an intervention."

Mother of Mercy! Did the Greek court actually and correctly use the word "intervention," instead of INVASION?

Don't forget, Greeks: You owe Turkey a huge thanks (which some of you gave at the time) for rescuing you from the tyranny of your military junta. If you have ever seen Costa-Gavras' 1969 movie, Z, you will be reminded of the HELL your country suffered through, before the Turks inadvertently saved your necks.




On 14 March 2010 10:02, mitropoylos antonios (
sv2flq) wrote:

I hope god helps you to open your eyes and your mind.

Greece was never sentenced for war crimes.

Greeks are fighting for hundreds of years for freedom and pour their blood for it.

In Greece the criminals go in jail.

However in Turkey criminals become prime ministers and get awards.

Respect the dead and the lost of Cyprus.



Following I send you :

POSITIONS TAKEN BY INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

ON THE PROBLEM OF DISAPPEARANCES

AND NOT THE FAIRYTALES THAT YOU READ



UNITED NATIONS ORGANISATION (U.N.O.)


General Assemply Resolutions

· 3220 (XXIX) 1974

· 3450 (XXX) 1975

· 32/128 1977

· 33/172 1978

· 33/173 1978

· 36/164 1981

· 37/181 1982


Committee on Missing Persons (C.M.P.)

· UN Press Release

· Terms of Reference of CMP


INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF RED CROSS (I.C.R.C)

· XXIVth International Conference of the Red Cross


AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL

· Report on Missing Persons


COUNCIL OF EUROPE


Committee of Human Rights

· Reports on the Applications Nos. 6780/74 And 6950/75

· Reports on the Application No. 8007/77


European Court of Human Rights

· Judgment (application no. 25781/94) CYPRUS V TURKEY


Committee of Ministers

· ResDH(2007)25

· ResDH(2005)44


Organisation of Relatives of Undeclared



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