Translated from Ethnikismos.net, original article by Antiochus.
In the above photograph, we see Turks gathering with their country’s flag. What’s going on here? Clearly a patriotic assembly, since there are only national flags.
Where was this photograph taken? It wasn’t taken at the City (Constantinople). Not even at Ankara. Not at Smyrna, Adana, or Eskişehir. So where was it taken?
It was taken at “Ali Boutraroglou’s” (Yiannis Boutaris) Thessaloniki!
Outside the former house of the butcher of the Greeks, Kemal Ataturk, three thousand Turks traveled and gathered to attend Sunday’s memorial ceremony for his death (November 10, 1938).
Another one of the “Boutaris projects” (Boutaroglou), and this at the same time the Turks roam our Aegean and Cyprus, provoking and threatening Hellenism!
All who voted for him, the mayor of the Turkish crescent moon and the star of Zionism, may they be full of pride and joy for their decision! Whether they liked it or not… he took them for a ride.