Thursday, July 22, 2010

Sieg Heil at the Turkish Embassy

Turkey has illegally occupied northern Cyprus since 1974, and conditions in the “occupied territories” of Cyprus are said to be worse than in Gaza.

On July 20th the Cyprus Action Network of America demonstrated in front of the Turkish embassy in Washington D.C. to protest the occupation of Cyprus. A counterdemonstration, mounted in close co-ordination with the Turkish embassy, immediately invoked Godwin’s law by shouting “Heil Hitler” at the demonstrators.

Here’s how CANA describes what happened at the embassy:

Turkish Embassy Hitler Salute on July 20, 2010

July 21, 2010

Contact: Nikolaos Taneris, New York, Tel (917) 699-9935

Map of CyprusNEW YORK — The Cyprus Action Network of America (CANA) demonstrated against the Turkish Embassy in Washington DC on July 20th, 2010 for the entire business day, to mark the 36-year anniversary of the illegal Turkish invasion of Cyprus that began on July 20, 1974. Greek-Cypriot demonstrators from the DC area and from as far away as Florida and New York participated. The Greek-Cypriot demonstration was helped by Armenian community supporters, (whose people are an integral part of Cyprus ) and suffer from the ongoing illegal Turkish-military-occupation, and by pro-Israel activists. The Greek-Cypriot demonstration applauded American celebrity Jennifer Lopez’s “NO” to Turkish terrorism. Protest slogans emphasized the Turkish Crimes against the Greek-Cypriot people and the brutality of the illegal Turkish invasion, and ongoing illegal Turkish military-occupation.

Many diplomats and journalists took pictures and videos of the demonstration, and diplomatic staff from the nearby Embassies of India, Japan and South Korea voiced their admiration of our commitment to justice and human rights by asking for our flyers and information about the Turkish Crimes committed in Cyprus.

Gunay Evinch and the Turkish Embassy Hitler Youth
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A counter demonstration was staged and closely supervised by Gunay Evinch, of the law firm Evinch and Saltzman. Gunay Evinch is widely acknowledged as “the lawyer of the Turkish Embassy.” Gunay Evinch has defended Turkey from American lawsuits by Greek-Cypriot Americans, he is the President of the Turkish Lobby. Gunay Evinch is a promoter of Armenian genocide denial within the United States and the source of Turkish invasion of Cyprus denial propaganda for Turkey in America.

The main speaker for the Turkish Embassy counter demonstrators (who was witnessed as receiving help and consulted with Gunay Evinch) repeatedly made the Hitler salute and shouted “Heil Hitler” towards pro-Israel activists and the Greek-Cypriot community. The Turkish Embassy staff also participated and helped Gunay Evinch and the Turkish Embassy Hitler Youth who also barked out to the Greek-Cypriot community “Turkish soldiers raped your mothers” and further committed hate crimes against women by making obscene gestures with his genitalia and his megaphone. The Cyprus Action Network of America (CANA) will be releasing the pictures and videos of Gunay Evinch and his Turkish Hitler Youth making the Hitler salute to Jewish Anti-Semitism watch groups and to the Israeli and German government which monitors such hate speech and hate gestures and enforces heavy criminal penalties for glorifying Hitler…

See the article at CANA for more information, including links to several YouTube videos of events at the Turkish Embassy on Tuesday.

5 comments:

Juniper in the Desert said...

"Evinch and Saltzman"?? This Jew could not crawl any lower! Kapo.

The Poster Formerly Known as Gordon said...

Turkey has illegally occupied northern Cyprus since 1974, and conditions in the “occupied territories” of Cyprus are said to be worse than in Gaza.

Baron, I would appreciate any independent verification of this claim - it's the first time I've heard it.

Baron Bodissey said...

Nodrog --

No, I have no independent verification of it. That's why I said "said to be worse than in Gaza".

I've read it in at least 2 places, but that's all I know.

Zenster said...

… conditions in the “occupied territories” of Cyprus are said to be worse than in Gaza.

What! Have the restaurants all run out of foie gras? The Beluga caviar is in short supply? The Dom Perignon accidentally got warm?

Enquiring minds want to know!

Henrik R Clausen said...

A core problem in Cyprus is that the Turks are destroying the Cypriot cultural heritage. This is in clear violation of international rules governing military occupations and constitutes a war crime in itself.