Sunday, July 17, 2011

The value of the loot with suffering as a metric

"To all tCypriot nationalists, who have also become filthy rich with stolen properties: your myth of genocide served its purpose well in a Turkey run by the generals. In a Turkey where TRUE democracy is slowly creeping in, especially as Turks of Turkey try to figure out what the hell is going on, your chances of continuing to be believable with your fairy tale are slim. You have cost Turkey dearly and will continue to cost her because the Kurds will want to achieve within Turkey exactly what you, along with the generals and their keiretsu, at some point convinced the Turkish public you deserved as payback for your "suffering". Let me tell you this: Kurds suffered immensely more, thus by following your logic using 'suffering' as a metric,
Kurds of Turkey deserve a whole lot more from ethnic Turks than tCypriots ever did in Cyprus from the gCypriot majority. Wise up Turkey! The fascists simply want to keep their loot at the expense of peoples' (Kurds, Cypriots, Kurds) legitimate rights and interests."
- Antifon , 17 July 2011 , 11:21 at 'Ankara opposes killing UN negotiation process in Cyprus' | Today's Zaman, 17 July 2011, EMINE KART

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