Türkçe – Stop the Blackmail in North Cyprus Facebook Group

Iki hafta once John Good ‘Kuzey Kibris’ta Santaji Durdurun Facebook Grubu’nu kurdu.Gecmiste de bunun gibi gruplar kurulmus ancak yeterli destek bulamayinca hepsi basarisiz olmuslar. KKTC’de mulkiyet magduru olan bircok insan misillemeye ugramaktan korktuklari icin seslerini duyurmaktan cekiniyorlar. Kurulusundan bu yana sozkonusu grupa 521 kisi uye oldu. Uyeler yabanci ve Kibris’li Turklerden olusuyor. En nihayet, bu magdur kisiler varliklarini hissettirmeye basladilar cunku bu konuda hukumetin duyarsizligina artik tahammulleri kalmadi.

Mulkiyet magdurlarin arasinda odenmis mulkunu bile kaybedenler var, cunku mutteahit firma yeni mulk sahibine tapu vermeden once, ayni mulku bir bankaya ipotek vermis. Simdi hukumete  artik birseyler yapin diyoruz. Bizim derdimize sirtinizi cevirmeyin. Burada insan haklarimiz cigneniyor. Hukumeti goreve cagiriyoruz.

KKTC’deki medya da maalesef bu konuyu islemeyerek gorevini yapmiyor, cunku onlarda bankalar tarafindan aleyhlerine acilbilecek davalardan korkuyorlar. Bu durum medya’ya, bankalara ve hukumete bir ithamnamedir. Hukumetten KKTC’de bu santaji durdurmasini ve bir uyarida bulunmak istiyoruz. Kuzey Kibris’ta Santaji Durdurun Facebook Grubu bizlerin bile tahmin etmedigimiz bir hizla buyuyor. Burada tum mulkiyet magdurlarin basina gelenleri internet araciligiyla tum dunyanin dikkatine getirecegiz ve bizlerin hakkini korumakla mukellef olan kanunlarin, yasama kurulunun ve hukumetin bizleri koruyamadigini soyleyecegiz.

Sozkonusu grupla birlikte, bir de imza toplama kampanyamiz devam ediyor. Artik birseylerin yapilmasini istiyoruz. Adalet istiyoruz ve simdi istiyoruz.

 

 

Just over two weeks ago, John Good started the Stop the Blackmail in North Cyprus Facebook Group. Other initiatives had been tried to form a cohesive group to tell the TRNC Government that enough is enough but these have all failed, primarily through lack of support.

There is genuine fear felt by a vast number of victims of the Property scams being perpetrated here in the TRNC and a real feeling that if the victims dare to speak out, reprisals will follow. Perhaps this could be construed as paranoia but the perception of these threats is very real.

In just under two weeks the membership of the Stop the Blackmail in North Cyprus Facebook Group, after a slow start, has risen to 521 members. The really encouraging trend is that it is a mixture of foreigners and Turkish Cypriots. At last victims are beginning to make their presence and their impatience with a Government who appears not to care, felt.

The Property problems include the complete loss of property legally purchased but then mortgaged by the vendor with unscrupulous Banks and money lenders, Courts putting Injunctions and Court Memorandums on properties to cover the amount of the debt of the former owner, Building problems such as non-build, part-build, bad build, no electricity, no water, overpriced utilities because builders failed to honour the Contract and complete the Electric or Water projects. Every time we think we have a handle on the diversity of the problem, a new one crops up. The behaviour of some of the perpetrators of these ills has been outrageous.

At last we have joined together to show our dissent at being treated this way. We are saying to the Government, do something; you cannot continue to turn a blind eye while such victimisation continues and while ordinary men and women are having their Human Rights walked all over. We ask the government to do what you have been elected to do.

Social networks such as Facebook groups have achieved what was thought impossible in the past. This group does not intend to be the exception. The internet has made the world into a big village and word is easily spread. In the TRNC the newspapers are not doing what they should, spreading the news, for fear of legal action by Banks. This is an indictment of the Media, the Bank and the Government.

We give you notice. The Stop the Blackmail in North Cyprus Facebook Group is growing at a pace that has surprised even us, the members. We intend to let the world know of the terrible injustice being suffered here by property buyers and owners who followed every legal guideline and yet were let down by those charged to protect us; the legal system, the Judiciary and the Government.

Just over two weeks ago, John Good started the Stop the Blackmail in North Cyprus Facebook Group. Other initiatives had been tried to form a cohesive group to tell the TRNC Government that enough is enough but these have all failed, primarily through lack of support.

 

There is genuine fear felt by a vast number of victims of the Property scams being perpetrated here in the TRNC and a real feeling that if the victims dare to speak out, reprisals will follow. Perhaps this could be construed as paranoia but the perception of these threats is very real.

 

In just under two weeks the membership of the Stop the Blackmail in North Cyprus Facebook Group, after a slow start, has risen to 521 members. The really encouraging trend is that it is a mixture of foreigners and Turkish Cypriots. At last victims are beginning to make their presence and their impatience with a Government who appears not to care, felt.

 

The Property problems include the complete loss of property legally purchased but then mortgaged by the vendor with unscrupulous Banks and money lenders, Courts putting Injunctions and Court Memorandums on properties to cover the amount of the debt of the former owner, Building problems such as non-build, part-build, bad build, no electricity, no water, overpriced utilities because builders failed to honour the Contract and complete the Electric or Water projects. Every time we think we have a handle on the diversity of the problem, a new one crops up. The behaviour of some of the perpetrators of these ills has been outrageous.

 

At last we have joined together to show our dissent at being treated this way. We are saying to the Government, do something; you cannot continue to turn a blind eye while such victimisation continues and while ordinary men and women are having their Human Rights walked all over. We ask the government to do what you have been elected to do.

 

Social networks such as Facebook groups have achieved what was thought impossible in the past. This group does not intend to be the exception. The internet has made the world into a big village and word is easily spread. In the TRNC the newspapers are not doing what they should, spreading the news, for fear of legal action by Banks. This is an indictment of the Media, the Bank and the Government.

 

We give you notice. The Stop the Blackmail in North Cyprus Facebook Group is growing at a pace that has surprised even us, the members. We intend to let the world know of the terrible injustice being suffered here by property buyers and owners who followed every legal guideline and yet were let down by those charged to protect us; the legal system, the Judiciary and the Government.

 

We have a petition running alongside this group. We want change, we want Justice and we want it now.

We have a petition running alongside this group. We want change, we want Justice and we want it now.

 

Iki hafta once John Good ‘Kuzey Kibris’ta Santaji Durdurun Facebook Grubu’nu kurdu.Gecmiste de bunun gibi gruplar kurulmus ancak yeterli destek bulamayinca hepsi basarisiz olmuslar. KKTC’de mulkiyet magduru olan bircok insan misillemeye ugramaktan korktuklari icin seslerini duyurmaktan cekiniyorlar. Kurulusundan bu yana sozkonusu grupa 521 kisi uye oldu. Uyeler yabanci ve Kibris’li Turklerden olusuyor. En nihayet, bu magdur kisiler varliklarini hissettirmeye basladilar cunku bu konuda hukumetin duyarsizligina artik tahammulleri kalmadi.

Mulkiyet magdurlarin arasinda odenmis mulkunu bile kaybedenler var, cunku mutteahit firma yeni mulk sahibine tapu vermeden once, ayni mulku bir bankaya ipotek vermis. Simdi hukumete  artik birseyler yapin diyoruz. Bizim derdimize sirtinizi cevirmeyin. Burada insan haklarimiz cigneniyor. Hukumeti goreve cagiriyoruz.

KKTC’deki medya da maalesef bu konuyu islemeyerek gorevini yapmiyor, cunku onlarda bankalar tarafindan aleyhlerine acilbilecek davalardan korkuyorlar. Bu durum medya’ya, bankalara ve hukumete bir ithamnamedir. Hukumetten KKTC’de bu santaji durdurmasini ve bir uyarida bulunmak istiyoruz. Kuzey Kibris’ta Santaji Durdurun Facebook Grubu bizlerin bile tahmin etmedigimiz bir hizla buyuyor. Burada tum mulkiyet magdurlarin basina gelenleri internet araciligiyla tum dunyanin dikkatine getirecegiz ve bizlerin hakkini korumakla mukellef olan kanunlarin, yasama kurulunun ve hukumetin bizleri koruyamadigini soyleyecegiz.

Sozkonusu grupla birlikte, bir de imza toplama kampanyamiz devam ediyor. Artik birseylerin yapilmasini istiyoruz. Adalet istiyoruz ve simdi istiyoruz.

 

 

Just over two weeks ago, John Good started the Stop the Blackmail in North Cyprus Facebook Group. Other initiatives had been tried to form a cohesive group to tell the TRNC Government that enough is enough but these have all failed, primarily through lack of support.

There is genuine fear felt by a vast number of victims of the Property scams being perpetrated here in the TRNC and a real feeling that if the victims dare to speak out, reprisals will follow. Perhaps this could be construed as paranoia but the perception of these threats is very real.

In just under two weeks the membership of the Stop the Blackmail in North Cyprus Facebook Group, after a slow start, has risen to 521 members. The really encouraging trend is that it is a mixture of foreigners and Turkish Cypriots. At last victims are beginning to make their presence and their impatience with a Government who appears not to care, felt.

The Property problems include the complete loss of property legally purchased but then mortgaged by the vendor with unscrupulous Banks and money lenders, Courts putting Injunctions and Court Memorandums on properties to cover the amount of the debt of the former owner, Building problems such as non-build, part-build, bad build, no electricity, no water, overpriced utilities because builders failed to honour the Contract and complete the Electric or Water projects. Every time we think we have a handle on the diversity of the problem, a new one crops up. The behaviour of some of the perpetrators of these ills has been outrageous.

At last we have joined together to show our dissent at being treated this way. We are saying to the Government, do something; you cannot continue to turn a blind eye while such victimisation continues and while ordinary men and women are having their Human Rights walked all over. We ask the government to do what you have been elected to do.

Social networks such as Facebook groups have achieved what was thought impossible in the past. This group does not intend to be the exception. The internet has made the world into a big village and word is easily spread. In the TRNC the newspapers are not doing what they should, spreading the news, for fear of legal action by Banks. This is an indictment of the Media, the Bank and the Government.

We give you notice. The Stop the Blackmail in North Cyprus Facebook Group is growing at a pace that has surprised even us, the members. We intend to let the world know of the terrible injustice being suffered here by property buyers and owners who followed every legal guideline and yet were let down by those charged to protect us; the legal system, the Judiciary and the Government.

Just over two weeks ago, John Good started the Stop the Blackmail in North Cyprus Facebook Group. Other initiatives had been tried to form a cohesive group to tell the TRNC Government that enough is enough but these have all failed, primarily through lack of support.

 

There is genuine fear felt by a vast number of victims of the Property scams being perpetrated here in the TRNC and a real feeling that if the victims dare to speak out, reprisals will follow. Perhaps this could be construed as paranoia but the perception of these threats is very real.

 

In just under two weeks the membership of the Stop the Blackmail in North Cyprus Facebook Group, after a slow start, has risen to 521 members. The really encouraging trend is that it is a mixture of foreigners and Turkish Cypriots. At last victims are beginning to make their presence and their impatience with a Government who appears not to care, felt.

 

The Property problems include the complete loss of property legally purchased but then mortgaged by the vendor with unscrupulous Banks and money lenders, Courts putting Injunctions and Court Memorandums on properties to cover the amount of the debt of the former owner, Building problems such as non-build, part-build, bad build, no electricity, no water, overpriced utilities because builders failed to honour the Contract and complete the Electric or Water projects. Every time we think we have a handle on the diversity of the problem, a new one crops up. The behaviour of some of the perpetrators of these ills has been outrageous.

 

At last we have joined together to show our dissent at being treated this way. We are saying to the Government, do something; you cannot continue to turn a blind eye while such victimisation continues and while ordinary men and women are having their Human Rights walked all over. We ask the government to do what you have been elected to do.

 

Social networks such as Facebook groups have achieved what was thought impossible in the past. This group does not intend to be the exception. The internet has made the world into a big village and word is easily spread. In the TRNC the newspapers are not doing what they should, spreading the news, for fear of legal action by Banks. This is an indictment of the Media, the Bank and the Government.

 

We give you notice. The Stop the Blackmail in North Cyprus Facebook Group is growing at a pace that has surprised even us, the members. We intend to let the world know of the terrible injustice being suffered here by property buyers and owners who followed every legal guideline and yet were let down by those charged to protect us; the legal system, the Judiciary and the Government.

 

We have a petition running alongside this group. We want change, we want Justice and we want it now.

We have a petition running alongside this group. We want change, we want Justice and we want it now.

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