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Old October 7th, 2005, 11:59 PM   #61
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Old October 8th, 2005, 12:02 AM   #62
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Lombak QUICKLY go back to your racist WHITE PEOPLE UBER ALLES site you were caught red handed USING, CITING and PROMOTING in this forum !!!

Oh, that WAS a classic !!!! We sure HAD FUN exposing your true colours !

Also just FOR you :

Turkey sentences Armenian writer

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/4319370.stm

your azzzzzzzzzzzzzz !
HAhhaaaa

AChtung Baby Achtung!!!!
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Old October 8th, 2005, 12:09 AM   #63
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Indeed sad...

This is supposed to be a thread about southern cyprus but once more we have to take civilisation lessons from a person like leafy... The guy never miss the chances...
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Old October 8th, 2005, 12:09 AM   #64
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Turkey sentences Armenian writer

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/4319370.stm
That article is disturbing. Hopefully Turkey will have free speech one day.
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Old October 8th, 2005, 12:10 AM   #65
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And yet again YOU and Lombak seem to have a "LEAFS" sensor .....That borders clinical paranoia !

And how stupid of me ... I Thought you Istanbullu were actually ignoring Leafs !!!
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Old October 8th, 2005, 12:15 AM   #66
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Read me Zorba

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/672736.st
Greek ban on 'blasphemous' book



"Insult to our faithful": Metropolitan Kallinikos.

A judge in Greece has banned a book after it was condemned by the Greek Orthodox church because of passages about the possible sexual longings of Jesus Christ.
Judge Maria Robbi said she banned sales of the book in the north of the country to prevent outbreaks of violence, after religious zealots threatened to take action against the author and shops selling the book.

The ban applies to provinces around the northern city of Thessaloniki, where Judge Robbi's court has jurisdiction - an area that represents nearly 25% of the country.


A dark side of the Greek moon is revealed

Book's author, Mimis Androulakis
She said the ban would remain in force until 16 May, when a hearing is to be held to consider whether to halt the sale of the best-selling book "M to the Power of N", by former Communist parliamentary deputy Mimis Androulakis.

Mr Androulakis immediately condemned the judge's decision, saying it revealed "a dark side of the Greek moon".

A church spokesman, Metropolitan Kallinikos, said Mr Androulakis had no right "to insult millions of our faithful with what he has said about the leader of our faith."

The book is a series of fictional dialogues between women whose names all begin with the letter M. The central theme is misogyny in various aspects of life, including religion.

One chapter mentions a possible sexual element in the relationship between Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene, a prostitute who became a follower.




Mimis Androulakis

Nearly all political parties, literary societies and scholars have backed the author.

Development Minister Evangelos Venizelos, a leading professor of constitutional law, also questioned the court's jurisdiction to ban the book.

At a preliminary hearing on Wednesday, dozens of black robed priests and monks stormed the court house and Judge Robbi's chambers, rhythmically chanting "blasphemers" and "antichrists" at Androulakis' defence lawyer, Thomas Trikoukis, who was also attacked by some protesters.

One precedent

With one exception, publishers say they cannot recall any book being banned in Greece since the fall of the 1967-74 military dictatorship.

Two years ago, a court banned a dictionary and ordered the author to remove an insulting reference to residents of Thessaloniki.

But the supreme court overturned the ban, saying that constitutional guarantees on free speech did not allow books to be banned or censored.






Your shit smells too,you know....Sad

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Old October 8th, 2005, 12:16 AM   #67
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What Lombak ? NO "WHITE PEOPLE's SUPERIORITY" cites ?

Oh go on ! You know you want to !
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Old October 8th, 2005, 12:19 AM   #68
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What Lombak ? NO "WHITE PEOPLE's SUPERIORITY" cites ?

Oh go on ! You know you want to !
Hey I am in a thread with bunch of SubAfrican DNA people,do you think I will hurt their feelings?hahahhaha
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Old October 8th, 2005, 12:19 AM   #69
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And yet again YOU and Lombak seem to have a "LEAFS" sensor .....That borders clinical paranoia !

And how stupid of me ... I Thought you Istanbullu were actually ignoring Leafs !!!
and you seem to have a Lombak and Istanbullu sensor!

Obviously i forgot to include him to the list...

btw i'm starting to be suspicious about you. Why always show yourself at discussions like these? and always try to protect a person like Leafy? a known troublemaker...

maybe you guys are like clark kent and superman?..

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Old October 8th, 2005, 12:30 AM   #70
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maybe you guys are like clark kent and superman?..
Or Superman and Lois Lane!

hahaha
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Old October 8th, 2005, 12:37 AM   #71
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hehehe

anyway i'm leaving our Greek friends alone with their nice thread...

Hopefully we won't be taking another civilisation lesson...
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Old October 8th, 2005, 12:37 AM   #72
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Go masturbate and deal with your sexual frustrations in a Turkish thread ! FAr more appropriate !
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Old October 8th, 2005, 12:38 AM   #73
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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/672736.st
Greek ban on 'blasphemous' book



"Insult to our faithful": Metropolitan Kallinikos.

A judge in Greece has banned a book after it was condemned by the Greek Orthodox church because of passages about the possible sexual longings of Jesus Christ.
Judge Maria Robbi said she banned sales of the book in the north of the country to prevent outbreaks of violence, after religious zealots threatened to take action against the author and shops selling the book.

The ban applies to provinces around the northern city of Thessaloniki, where Judge Robbi's court has jurisdiction - an area that represents nearly 25% of the country.


A dark side of the Greek moon is revealed

Book's author, Mimis Androulakis
She said the ban would remain in force until 16 May, when a hearing is to be held to consider whether to halt the sale of the best-selling book "M to the Power of N", by former Communist parliamentary deputy Mimis Androulakis.

Mr Androulakis immediately condemned the judge's decision, saying it revealed "a dark side of the Greek moon".

A church spokesman, Metropolitan Kallinikos, said Mr Androulakis had no right "to insult millions of our faithful with what he has said about the leader of our faith."

The book is a series of fictional dialogues between women whose names all begin with the letter M. The central theme is misogyny in various aspects of life, including religion.

One chapter mentions a possible sexual element in the relationship between Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene, a prostitute who became a follower.




Mimis Androulakis

Nearly all political parties, literary societies and scholars have backed the author.

Development Minister Evangelos Venizelos, a leading professor of constitutional law, also questioned the court's jurisdiction to ban the book.

At a preliminary hearing on Wednesday, dozens of black robed priests and monks stormed the court house and Judge Robbi's chambers, rhythmically chanting "blasphemers" and "antichrists" at Androulakis' defence lawyer, Thomas Trikoukis, who was also attacked by some protesters.

One precedent

With one exception, publishers say they cannot recall any book being banned in Greece since the fall of the 1967-74 military dictatorship.

Two years ago, a court banned a dictionary and ordered the author to remove an insulting reference to residents of Thessaloniki.

But the supreme court overturned the ban, saying that constitutional guarantees on free speech did not allow books to be banned or censored.






Your shit smells too,you know....Sad
Sorry Lombak but you cant even compare. The book was only banned in Thessaloniki which means you can go to any book store in all of Greece and buy it.

On the other hand your country proved that it is not a democracy by JAILING THE AUTHOR OF A BOOK which tells the truth about an issue Turks keep trying to deny.

Do you think it was right to jail Mr. Pamuk for using freedom of speech?

The thing is I can accept that banning a book was wrong. You probably think that jailing the author was right.
There is a big difference.
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Old October 8th, 2005, 12:39 AM   #74
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Go masturbate and deal with your sexual frustrations in a Turkish thread ! FAr more appropriate !
OK Lois
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Old October 8th, 2005, 12:40 AM   #75
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Watch THEM getting civilisation lessons (Even Chirac urged them to have a cultural revolution ! Hehehehehe !) from EU in the next 15 years ! HILLARIOUS !
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Old October 8th, 2005, 12:42 AM   #76
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Sorry Lombak but you cant even compare. The book was only banned in Thessaloniki which means you can go to any book store in all of Greece and buy it.

On the other hand your country proved that it is not a democracy by JAILING THE AUTHOR OF A BOOK which tells the truth about an issue Turks keep trying to deny.

Do you think it was right to jail Mr. Pamuk for using freedom of speech?

The thing is I can accept that banning a book was wrong. You probably think that jailing the author was right.
There is a big difference.
So you have a freedom of speech everywhere but Thessaloniki???
Hmmmm interesting touch!What a solution..
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Old October 8th, 2005, 12:44 AM   #77
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So you have a freedom of speech everywhere but Thessaloniki???
Hmmmm interesting touch!What a solution..
I am just pointing out that the book was only banned in one city. I can go to a book store in Athens and buy it with no problem.

Again I think it is bad that the book was banned. But atleast we arent putting the author in jail like you guys.

So Lombak answer the question do you think it was right to jail Ohran Pamuk?
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Old October 8th, 2005, 12:44 AM   #78
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Watch THEM getting civilisation lessons (Even Chirac urged them to have a cultural revolution ! Hehehehehe !) from EU in the next 15 years ! HILLARIOUS !
well your getting that lesson for 25 years now...

adios...
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Well at least we did not ALMOST penalise ...ADULTERY less than a year ago !!

Heheheheheheheh !!

Very AVRUPEAN !!!!

And mind you ... it is ONLY the beginning for you ! Good laughing stock !
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Do you think it was right to jail Mr. Pamuk for using freedom of speech?

The thing is I can accept that banning a book was wrong. You probably think that jailing the author was right.
There is a big difference.
Indivuals like you and me always know it's wrong but unfortunatly what our government does here is counts.So it's both smelly as you can see.
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