January 24, 2007


Now, you tell me whether the following is from: a newspaper in Greece, Turkey or Cyprus (Northern geographical location), or Cyprus (Proper - a.k.a. The Republic):

"It is simply tragic and repulsive to see some prominent figures in [blank] who insist on putting the blame on imagined 'external enemies.' Alas, enough is enough, and it is time to be honest. What we are facing is an internal enemy. And it deserves being called '[blank] fascism'"

I have intentionally replaced the actual word that gives away where this was published with a [blank]

But is it not true, that the [blank] could be any of the following:
1) Greek
2) Turkish

and it could have been published in:
1) Greece
2) Turkey
3) Cyprus

The article in question was actually published in Turkey, following the murder of the Turkish journalist of Armenian descent, Hrant Dink.

originally posted by Apodimos Kypreos


Anonymous Anonymous said...

This could not have been published in Cyprus (proper). You just wish it would be. The only internal enemy we have is Anastasiadis. No fascism here.

24 January, 2007 19:44  
Blogger apodimos Kypreos said...

Hm, you are right... Maybe I was optimistic about the land earlier today...

24 January, 2007 21:16  

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