Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Greek Pilot Killed Over Aegean By Invading Turks

The breaking news this morning of the downing of a Greek plane by the regular Turkish military violators of Greek airspace was treated with the usual calls for calm by the acquiescent politicians who rule over the Fatherland.

Regarding the murder of a Greek by a Turkish invader aircraft today, "our" Foreign Ministry had this to say..."We have repeatedly stated that in our bilateral relations with Turkey, there is a necessity for conduct that strengthens good neighbourly relations and will also aid the European course of our neighbouring country."

I guess the Turks can just go ahead and kill a few more of us tomorrow, "our" Foreign Ministry will simply praise them for their good neighbourly relations.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I caught a glimpse of that Bakoyanis speaking to a journalist about the incident. Besides blabbering vacuous sentences she appeared to be straining hard from displaying her proverbially contrived smile.

Sad for the Greek pilot. I wonder if it will be revealed what really happened.

Bakoyanis and her "European Unity wet dream" should have been sent to the bottom of the sea and not the life of the pilot.

While she prances from chamber to chamber savouring cream cakes and putting on weight, young warriors are risking their lives for her to excell in circus performances and maintain her on the political stage.

7:42 AM  
Anonymous Ariadne said...

The awakening is coming...things are changing, and they will pay for everything they have done...We are Hellenes and they are nothing...mongols...apes...But those who will pay the biggest price are not the mongols (after all they are just doing their job) but the bastards that saying they are Greeks, but the only thing they are doing for centuries, is to eat our Country from the inside by taking the form of priests, politicians, scientists, journalists or anything else!

Tha logodotisete oloi kataramenoi!

P.S. Congratulation for your efford...U R not alone...U R not the only one...

5:02 PM  
Anonymous Ariadne said...

*CongratulationS! ;-)

5:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can't believe the Turkish pilot was safely escorted out of the country. Don't any of the politicians have balls. He should of been arrested and interrogated. What a sad display.

Hopefully Ellas throws out its treacherous establishment and starts fighting back.

4:25 AM  

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