Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Turks Keep Pushing Cypriots (mounakia) Around

More schoolyard bully tactics from Turks, the Cyprus Financial Mirror reports that the abbot of the monastery of Saint Varnavas, named after the Saint who founded the Church of Cyprus, was expelled by Turks in the middle of church services.

Rest assured , if something like this was ever done to a Turk religious person, Greeks, many Greeks would pay....and Cypriots just meekly behave like mounakia ( trans: vaginas) and take it!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

This church is in the occupied areas of Cyprus. Occupied by 40 thousand turkish troops. What in God's name do you expect the few Cypriots who still remain there try and do? are you serious?, whatever physical actions taken by the few Cypriots who remain there would result in a blood fest with the armed to the teeth turkish troops VS. 3 or 400 Cypriot senior citizens (97% of these remaining Cypriots are over the age of 65). You're way out of line with the "mounakia" comment my friend.

It's clear that the turks are the "mounakia" here, making war upon a man of the robe, NOT some unarmed Cypriots who make up .0001 percent of the norths population.

9:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Those nine-timing Brits gave Cyprus refuge to Greek communist fugitives in the 1950s in order to make Cyprus deliberately unstable after 1960 as an excuse to stay involved.

3:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's not fair calling these Cypriots mounakia. Besides being such a tiny nation, they have absolutely no control over what goes on in the north occupied zone of the island. If anyone should do anything, it should be Greece. Instead of dancing sirtaki with turkish politicians (papandreou) and being best man at turkish politicians daughters weddings (Karamanli) they should be showing the turks that they got some arxidia.

Expecting the enclaved, Greek Cypriot senior citizen population in the north of the island to take any physical action (or verbal) is really funny. Ok let's all call the senior citizens "mounakia" because all 400 of them didn't attack the turkish army,see how ridiculous that is?

4:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree, there is little we can expect from senior citizens who have no place in a physical confrontation, and it is unfair to consider them "mounakia" for not giving the Turks what they want; which is unmitigated slaughter

Why else would they target a man of the cloth? In order to aggravate all Hellenes and look for an excuse to fill thier bloodthirst. Yes, if one only looks at history one can see clearly that the Turk: modern and ancient, has always needed to butcher, pillage and rape

11:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The mounakia here are the Turks.They are like the blacks and Italian wanna be mobsters. When they are in large groups they think they are inferior and can bully, threaten,harm people.When they are alone they tend to run and cry for mommy when they are getting their asses handed to them. My grandfather,GOD rest his soul, was 62 years old (Retired military) and stood his ground by HIMSELF in his house in Famagusta. Armed with a Thompson submachine gun a sniper rifle, and a couple of old hunting shotguns, he sent us on our way and stayed behind. I remember it clearly. I was just 15 years old. Others in our neighborhood who stayed behind and eventually escaped spoke highly of my grandfather. They observed him fighting the invaders at his finest. Many of them witnessed this and later said that they estimated he killed between 80-100 of those smelly barbarians. GOD REST HIS SOUL!

12:05 PM  

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