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Postby denizaksulu » Thu Jun 28, 2007 3:46 pm

Should messages (posts) with only one smiley count as ONE post. GetReal at least put two smileys!! :lol: :lol:
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Postby SN » Mon Jul 02, 2007 7:45 pm

Guys i believe Greece has nothing to discuss about Cyprus.The same goes for Turkey as well.This constant intervention from Greece and Turkey must come to an end.Cypriots must focus on streghtening their bilateral relations and they should turn the back both on Greece and Turkey.

Enough is enough.I am disappointed by my government trying to rule Cyprus.That is not a positive contribution.

The same goes for Turkey.And what about this b*llshit about guarantator powers?What is that all about???Only in Cyprus these things happen...

Live Cyprus alone.No guarantee power on the island.One united dimilitirized country with equal rights to both communities.Both Greece and Turkey must shut up once and for good about Cyprus.No more intervention.The Cypriot people on both sides are the victims of the Greek and Turkish Colonialism.Put an end now!!!Its up to you!!!!!!
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Postby T_C » Mon Jul 02, 2007 8:26 pm

Hear that everyone? Cypriots are the victims of the GREEK AND TURKISH (not just Turkish) collonalism!!!!!!

Unfortunately most people on here can only see one side of the coin...if you really think about it EVERYTHING can be reversed and the story is EXACTLY the same on the other side... :)
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Postby Piratis » Tue Jul 03, 2007 7:05 am

SN, Greece simply offers her support to Cyprus, and we have already established in another thread that the reasons you support what you support are the selfish reasons of not wanting your country (Greece) to be involved in any wars because of Cyprus.

I have to remind you that the only time Greece did something against the will of the Cypriot people was during the Junta when they initiated the coup and attempted to murder our elected president, which is what gave the excuse to Turkey to invade. So after that I would hope you would accept your share of responsibility for the current situation and offer your help. You do not seem to want that, but thankfully the majority of the Greek people and the Greek state are not like you.

turkish_cypriot, personally I would be more than glad if everybody took their troops out of Cyprus and allowed us Cypriots to sort this out between us, hopefully with democratic means. Are you sure that you would accept this thought? Because it is apparent to me that you want to use the military power of Turkey to gain on our loss.
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Postby SN » Tue Jul 03, 2007 2:49 pm

Piratis wrote:SN, Greece simply offers her support to Cyprus, and we have already established in another thread that the reasons you support what you support are the selfish reasons of not wanting your country (Greece) to be involved in any wars because of Cyprus.

I have to remind you that the only time Greece did something against the will of the Cypriot people was during the Junta when they initiated the coup and attempted to murder our elected president, which is what gave the excuse to Turkey to invade. So after that I would hope you would accept your share of responsibility for the current situation and offer your help. You do not seem to want that, but thankfully the majority of the Greek people and the Greek state are not like you.

turkish_cypriot, personally I would be more than glad if everybody took their troops out of Cyprus and allowed us Cypriots to sort this out between us, hopefully with democratic means. Are you sure that you would accept this thought? Because it is apparent to me that you want to use the military power of Turkey to gain on our loss.



Piratis the fairytales that your grandmother tells you about the military junta and about Greece doing something against Cyprus is plain b#llshit.The Greekness of Cyprus fairytale is going just fine in Cyprus so there is no need to oppose Cyprus but rather help it become a geopolitical goal of Greece.


The military junta was against the will of the Greek people.Off course Greece's people after junta period,metapoliteusi has no responsibility about the situation on the Island.That is typical stuff of an average GC.

Anyway now after 74, your country has seen the negative effects of both allowing Greece and Turkey running the show in Cyprus.Get over your Hellenic wet dream and please tell to your TC compatriots to get over their wet dream of being Turks.Focus on being only Cypriots and united.

Further more your unsubstantiated claims about me being selfish and not wanting to help Cyprus is again b#llshit.What i ask of you guys is to give me one valid reason as to why a Greek citizen is OBLIGATED to offer military help to Cyprus,since Cyprus has nothing to do with Greece's sovereign interests....Give me ONE valid reason as to why myself or any Greek or Turkish citizen should turn his life upside down just because the GC and TC cannot stop fighting each other...
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Postby Piratis » Tue Jul 03, 2007 3:10 pm

SN, have you served in the army, and if yes where, if no why/when will you serve?
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Postby SN » Tue Jul 03, 2007 3:11 pm

Off course i did Piratis.Airforce.In fact i served in Parnitha Radar base.2 KEP in Athens.Anymore questions?
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Postby Piratis » Tue Jul 03, 2007 3:17 pm

yes, when did you serve?
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Postby SN » Tue Jul 03, 2007 3:20 pm

i got my Apolytirio late 2006.I am a young guy.
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Postby Piratis » Tue Jul 03, 2007 3:23 pm

and what made you sign up to a Cyprus forum?
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