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UK’s murky role in Cyprus crisis – BBC 4

UK’s murky role in Cyprus crisis By Jolyon Jenkins Producer, BBC Radio 4’s Document Evidence has emerged that British undercover forces were involved in fomenting the conflict between Greek and Turkish Cypriots ten years before the 1974 partition of Cyprus. The new evidence found by BBC Radio 4’s programme Document centres on the mystery of Ted Macey, a British army major who ... Read More »

Greeks and Turks revive Cyprus peace talks

After four months of intense haggling over an eight paragraph long joint communique, Cyprus’s estranged Greek and Turkish leaders will on Tuesday revive stalled peace talks with the aim of once and for all reuniting the island. Their meeting, at a disused airport in Nicosia’s UN-patrolled dead zone, takes place almost two years after the last round of high-level negotiations ... Read More »

Martin Packard Thoughts

PACKARD’S CYPRIOT MISSION IN 1964   Martin Packard was a British intelligence analyst, serving in the NATO staff in Malta, when he was appointed in 1963, as Greek interpreter, to the staff of Joint Forces in Cyprus. These Forces were formed by the three guarantor powers, Great Britain, Greece and Turkey, after the intercommunal clashes started in December 1963. He ... Read More »

The ‘Desecration’ of Cyprus

Brian Coleman on Northern Cyprus, the treatment of Orthodox churches. The deaths of a couple of dozen Turkish troops in operations against the Kurds and the vote by the Turkish Parliament to in effect invade Northern Iraq to pursue operations against the Kurdish people has focused world attention on a conflict which the modern state of Turkey has pursued for ... Read More »

What is a Conspiracy Theory?

These days  you hear the words Conspiracy and Theory used together … mostly to do with 9/11 – but that’s another story. What most people are not aware of  is that there are more people brought to Jail  on conspiracy Charges than any other charge. The simplest explanation of a conspiracy I can give is this :- When  two or ... Read More »

What did Henry say about The Greeks in 1974

Henry Kissinger quote about the Greeks – IN Greek in the video and here in English. The Greek people are anarchic and difficult to tame. For this reason we must strike deep into their cultural roots: Perhaps then we can force them to conform. I mean, of course, to strike at their language, their religion, their cultural and historical reserves, ... Read More »

CIA Document confirms Kissinger’s selling out Cyprus

See this article for the images of the NATO and Kissinger/CIA  “Smoking Gun” documents If you can fog a glass you already know that Henry Kissinger was the main culprit in giving the green light to Turkey’s invasion of Cyprus. The release of  CIA documents on Tuesday June 26, 2007 , concerning the agency’s illegal surveillance of Americans and involvement ... Read More »

Communication Regarding Kofi Annan Plan

Communication From Action for Cyprus ( Midlands)  Regarding the Kofi Annan Plan for Solving the Cyprus Problem This is a position statement from “Action for Cyprus (Midlands)”(AFC), regarding the proposed plan by the UN Secretary General for the settlement of the Cyprus problem following the illegal invasion and occupation of some two fifths of Cyprus since 1974. We would first ... Read More »

AFC Response to UK Policy towards Cyprus and the Annan Plan

Submission From Action for Cyprus (Midlands) Regarding UK Policy towards Cyprus and the Kofi Annan Plan for Solving the Cyprus Problem   Action for Cyprus (Midlands) welcomes the decision by the Foreign Affairs Committee to conduct an inquiry into UK policy towards Cyprus and to review British Policy in the light of the recent referenda on the Annan Plan. More ... Read More »

Response to Conclusions and Recommendations to House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee

House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee: Cyprus Second Report of Session 2004-05 Response to Conclusions and Recommendations After careful study of the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee Report (2004-05), Action for Cyprus (AFC) is able to make the following response. This response should be read in conjunction with AFC’s submission to the House of Commons concentrates primarily on the ... Read More »