Saturday, August 23, 2014

Turkish Peace

Let me see if I get what Turks and their puppets are saying. When a militarily powerful nation decides to attack a weak nation, divide it, occupy part of it, ethnically cleanse it, destroy its cultural wealth & colonize it, we are supposed to applaud the result as "peace"? Perhaps there is confusion between the words 'peace' and 'piss' by the gentleman.

What many scholars on Cyprus conveniently forget is that "Turkey" invaded Cyprus in 1974 ostensibly to protect the Turkish Cypriot minority before a single Turkish Cypriot had been hurt! (last reported ethnic violence had been in 1967!). Please think about this.

The so-called "Cyprus problem" is in essence Cypriots' British-Turkish problem.

Brits need to stop playing Pontius Pilate and help fix 1960, an APARTHEID charter forced upon Greek Cypriots. BIZONAL APARTHEID is multiple times the mistake 1960 was.

Makarios was on the right track in 1963. Brits must publicly acknowledge it. If they do, many Turkish Cypriots who silently watch the parody unfold will speak up. Brits (the west) can secure privileges in Cyprus proactively.

As far as Turks, there is a trick to shut them up: "we let Greek Cypriots come up with a fair charter with full respect for the circa 12% (once 18%) Turkish Cypriot minority & then you grant like rights to your circa 22% Kurdish minority."

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Turkey's Kurds & Cyprus' tCypriots

As either unitary state or federation solutions are discussed as replacements to Cyprus' 1960 and Turkey's 1923 unworkable constitutions, should we abide by "if a right is a right too many for Turkey's Kurdish community (circa 23% of population) then that right is a right too many for Cyprus' tCypriot community too (circa 15%), and vice versa." Is the adoption of this fair logic the catalyst to securing just solutions for both UN countries.