[Cyp-IMC-turkce] Re: [Imc-cyprus] A Word of Caution
petros at cyprus-org.net
Wed Oct 27 12:25:50 PDT 2004
Thank you for writing to us in relation to this article in the pages of
"Who gave the order to kill Solomou?"
(copy of your letter below).
We certainly share the same goals with you, that is to oppose the rise
of reactionaries, and to help create a BiCommunal reunification of our
peoples outside of the control of reactionary agencies.
Our only difference is that at IndyMedia, we specify that the concept of
"reactionary influences" includes government, corporate, and
authoritarian party agencies. Among the members of the Solution Now
discussion and action group, the US and UK Governments are specifically
excluded from the list of reactionaries, and considered as agents of
Anyway, regardless of our disagreement, there are enough reasons for us
to be allies in the broader context of the BiCommunal process. If you
can please show us how the publication of that article by
"kali_kantzaros" helps the rise of reactionaries, we would be happy to
take steps to correct that.
In the meantime, if you like, you may add and publish your own comments
below that article, and in that way you can make any corrections you
want to the claims being attributed to the "Avrupa/ Afrika" newspaper or
to the other individuals mentioned in your original article.
We would like to invite you to consider using our pages to publish your
thoughts and views.
member of the editorial group, Cyprus IndyMedia
Osman Mustafa wrote:
> Dear IMC Editor,
> I recently sent an a-mail to
> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/solution_now discussion
> group exposing the trickeries of the Turkish
> reactionaries with regard to the shooting of Solomou.
> The aim for sending this information to all concerned
> in the yahoo discussion group was to expose
> disinformation employed by the Turkish reactionaries.
> However, some "kali_kantzaros at yahoo.com" deliberately
> aimed at confusing the Indymedia readers by publishing
> some of the news from Afrika. The news in Afrika was
> from Kenan Akin, being sought by Interpol for the
> shooting of Solomou, who after being caught with
> smuggling offences in Turkey made public his claim.
> If we are against the rise of reactionaries and
> nationalists in Cyprus I urge you to remove such news
> from kali_kantzaros at yahoo.com.
> Keep up the good work and be on the guard against the
> reactinaries that try to use the good name of
> Indymedia to disseminate false information.
> Osman Mustafa
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