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United Nations Resolutions on Cyprus

Since the Turkish military invasion of Cyprus in July/August 1974 and the subsequent occupation of over nearly 38% percent of its sovereign  territory, the Security Council , which is the de facto organ of the United Nations,  entrusted with the primary responsibility for the maintenance of international peace and security, has adopted  adopted numerous resolutions on the  Cyprus Problem. These resolutions, which ... Read More »

No conspiracies? – Operation Gladio!!

Considering more people are in Jail on conspiracy charges than any other charge – the only place we don’t get any conspiracies is in the Political, Corporate and Banking areas – it must be true it’s on the TV. This Video shows that TPTB (The powers that be) will not pull back from killing innocent people to get the outcome ... Read More »

Cyprus mourns the loss of Minister, Tasos Mitsopoulos

  Cyprus mourns the loss of Minister, Tasos Mitsopoulos (τάσος μητσόπουλος) , the ex Communications Minister of Cyprus, and newly appointed Minister of Defence, who died on Saturday 22 March 2014 at 1.30pm Cyprus time. Tributes have been pouring in from everywhere in Cyprus,  and from all corners of the world. Cyprus lost an exceptional man, and an exceptional politician of high ... Read More »

The Soviet Union, Turkey and the Cyprus Problem, 1967-1974

The Soviet Union, Turkey and the Cyprus Problem, 1967-1974 John SAKKAS and Nataliya ZHUKOVA The Cyprus conflict cannot be analysed and understood in depth as long as the determining political influence and the degree of involvement of external agents in Cyprus are not taken seriously and systematically into account. This paper focuses on the attitude of the Soviet Union towards ... Read More »

What Jim knew and Henry did ..

By Brendan O’ Malley – The Times Educational Supplement:  12 NOVEMBER 1999 (edited) Twenty five years after Turkey invaded Cyprus, James Callaghan admits there were secret US spy bases on the island. But, asks Brendan O’Malley, did Washington turn a blind eye to the invasion. Cock-up or conspiracy? Many Cypriots look with envy on the way the West has saved ... Read More »

Cyprus loses a friend – Tony Benn dies aged 88

  Veteran Labour party politician Tony Benn, who as Anthony Wedgewood Benn was born to an aristocratic family, but as a man of the people –  “Tony Benn”, died today aged 88. His four children in a statement to the BBC, said their father  had died peacefully early on Friday, at his home in west London surrounded by his family. ... Read More »

Cyprus History by a former TMT commander – MUST SEE

Arif Hasan Tahsin – a Cyprus History of the 50s and 60s by a former TMT commander Spoken in Turkish with English subtitles superimposed over the Greek subtitles which were the basis of the translation – the history outlined is informed by a long term view spanning many decades of Cyprus history by a former leader of the TMT (Turkish ... Read More »