Oooooof abi, don’t you get tired? Part 2. (Mykonos 1956 photo)

25 Dec

Stormfront Giannis has more to say.  First, He doesn’t like to still be referred to as the Stormfront bro, which I understand, but I’m sorry man, “the internet is forever”, and once a KKK/NAZI always a KKK/NAZI.  There are always people who are going to find evidence of your however brief (you claim) flirtation with white supremacism and antisemitism online.  I mean, change the site you write your comments from at least, jaanam.

On my part, as a Christian, I forgive you — and I mean that without even a drop of sarcasm or condescension — but my readers now know you as “Stormfront Giannis” and I can’t change that any more than I can delete your past from the internet.  But ok, I’ll stop repeating it, because you seem like a sincere and honorable person — except for that one little issue  :)

(An aside before I post your comment: there are/were Vikings in the Mediterranean — who really fucked up Constantinople? it wasn’t the Ottomans*, who instead immediately got busy rebuilding the City after 1453, it was the Normans and other Franco-Teutons two centuries earlier — they’re just not a separate or identifiable ethnic group anymore.)

Here’s your whole post below.  But please do me a favor and don’t write with anything long for a while because you’ve reeeeeeally backlogged me on things to respond to and I need to find the time and get a break to do so.

But ciao, yes, Merry Christmas I guess.  Later.

Not only women, but also men, architecture (the latest one has nothing to do with turkey belonging to the middle east, i am talking about the Turkish/ottoman vernacular house, which is the dominant type on the other side of the Aegean but completely absent in mykonos and most of south and islandic Greece, just like Aegean architecture is absent even in Turkish parts that Greeks used to live), and many, many other enormous differences that can’t fit in one small picture (and these differences would be even more numerous if ONE MAN wasn’t obsessed with making turkey something that it can’t be: European, and i am obviously talking about mustafa kemal)

There was technically little (or not at all) resemblance between the two sides of the Aegean when it comes for both Balkan and Mediterranean parts of Greeks and Turks. And again, i am not only talking about arts where the differences already are enormous (in spite of some undeniable similarities of course). The two societies were so fundamentally different that even today endogamy is 30% common in turkey, something that in Greece wouldn’t just be forbidden, people would feel discussed in such a case :D

Ps you don’t need to repeat every time that “i am a neonazi strofmronter” just because i used to post until 2014 in sf dude! :D

I am just speaking the truth, if i was a stormfronter i would tell you that what you see is viking descendants in the Mediterranean , something that you can see i never do.

Marry Christmas Nikolas, and a happy new year :)

* (What’s obnoxious and just stupid about Turkish triumphalism and 1453 is that the true Fall of Constantinople happened in 1204 to the western Crusaders and not 1453.  What happened in 1453 was the equivalent of beating a ninety-year-old woman with a two x four — granted a still feisty ninety-year-old woman — so I don’t know what Turks are so proud of; it’s all really silly.)

And, the photo that launched a thousand posts, “Mykonos, 1956”:

Mykonos_1956

Comment: nikobakos@gmail.com

5 Responses to “Oooooof abi, don’t you get tired? Part 2. (Mykonos 1956 photo)”

  1. Jaanam December 25, 2019 at 3:46 pm #

    Hahaha i think you misunderstood, i have no problem with my past, the reason that i ask for not repeating my sf past is because that gives an inaccurate image of me and of what i am right now (lol funny fact is that i liked Jewish people even during stormfront days). But if stormfront has been associated with me here then ok np

    Anyway: i will stop posting, not because i am tired, but because i can feel that i am not welcomed here (and no, don’t take this offensively)

    I have no idea why Istanbul is even mentioned here, indeed the capital of Romans was destroyed by Franks and their allies, a few decades after racist Romans not being able to accept and face changes in the world in their days compared to their past, they massacred Latins of their capital. But since you post mykonos, you should know that some mykonians have Venetian surnames, and even more so do nearby naxiotes.. it’s estimated that all Greek islanders and to a lesser extend southern mainlanders have some admixture with those who destroyed Constantinople in 1204.. on the other hand i can’t recall any ancestry of me from Istanbul.. just saying

    As for Turks, they surely rebuilt Constantinople.. but far from any Roman, Greek or European way, they rebuilt it in an arabo-altaic way, so whether they really “rebuilt” it or completely destroyed it’s up to the subjective perception of each of us.

    Farewell

    • nicholasbakos December 25, 2019 at 5:22 pm #

      Da, dobro

    • nicholasbakos December 25, 2019 at 5:23 pm #

      You’re TOTALLY welcome. I just want the time to respond! Don’t be a girl :)

      • nicholasbakos January 13, 2020 at 1:58 pm #

        See https://jaddeyekabir.com/2012/09/02/vocabulary-frangoi/ Deals with your question extensively.

        • nicholasbakos January 13, 2020 at 2:22 pm #

          And from this very post: “* (What’s obnoxious and just stupid about Turkish triumphalism and 1453 is that the true Fall of Constantinople happened in 1204 to the western Crusaders and not 1453. What happened in 1453 was the equivalent of beating a ninety-year-old woman with a two x four — granted a still feisty ninety-year-old woman — so I don’t know what Turks are so proud of; it’s all really silly.)”

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