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Is there a coherent GC strategy to reunify Cyprus?

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Postby Get Real! » Sun Mar 30, 2008 3:20 pm

kentish wrote:
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kentish wrote:we are competing doughnut and thats the way it should stay.the competion is not a level playing field but so be it,its better than obliteration.there are no shortcomings we just want to avoid being swallowed up which is the agenda of the south

Capitalism is a bitch... compete or get swallowed up as you say. The system is no different to the US, UK, or Australia so quit complaining and swim.


whose complaining, we are competing and swimming and like it very much

Good man! That's what I call a CYPRIOT attitude! :D
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Postby GreekForumer » Sun Mar 30, 2008 3:22 pm

kentish wrote: as for your comments zan, you are a deluded sad fool and it is people like you that ensure cyprus will never change from its present format


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Postby zan » Sun Mar 30, 2008 3:39 pm

kentish wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
kentish wrote:we are competing doughnut and thats the way it should stay.the competion is not a level playing field but so be it,its better than obliteration.there are no shortcomings we just want to avoid being swallowed up which is the agenda of the south

Capitalism is a bitch... compete or get swallowed up as you say. The system is no different to the US, UK, or Australia so quit complaining and swim.


whose complaining, we are competing and swimming and like it very much

as for your comments zan, you are a deluded sad fool and it is people like you that ensure cyprus will never change from its present format


Reconciliation is about recognising your wrongs mate......The GCs here have a problem with that and have no intention of putting them right...I have a duty to make sure they come out of this ordeal as changed people with morality intact....... :wink: :lol:
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Postby Get Real! » Sun Mar 30, 2008 3:43 pm

zan wrote:
kentish wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
kentish wrote:we are competing doughnut and thats the way it should stay.the competion is not a level playing field but so be it,its better than obliteration.there are no shortcomings we just want to avoid being swallowed up which is the agenda of the south

Capitalism is a bitch... compete or get swallowed up as you say. The system is no different to the US, UK, or Australia so quit complaining and swim.


whose complaining, we are competing and swimming and like it very much

as for your comments zan, you are a deluded sad fool and it is people like you that ensure cyprus will never change from its present format


Reconciliation is about recognising your wrongs mate......The GCs here have a problem with that and have no intention of putting them right...I have a duty to make sure they come out of this ordeal as changed people with morality intact....... :wink: :lol:

Correction... your "duty" seems to be that of giving everyone a headache with your mumbo jumbo... :lol:
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Postby zan » Sun Mar 30, 2008 3:45 pm

Get Real! wrote:
zan wrote:
kentish wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
kentish wrote:we are competing doughnut and thats the way it should stay.the competion is not a level playing field but so be it,its better than obliteration.there are no shortcomings we just want to avoid being swallowed up which is the agenda of the south

Capitalism is a bitch... compete or get swallowed up as you say. The system is no different to the US, UK, or Australia so quit complaining and swim.


whose complaining, we are competing and swimming and like it very much

as for your comments zan, you are a deluded sad fool and it is people like you that ensure cyprus will never change from its present format


Reconciliation is about recognising your wrongs mate......The GCs here have a problem with that and have no intention of putting them right...I have a duty to make sure they come out of this ordeal as changed people with morality intact....... :wink: :lol:

Correction... your "duty" seems to be that of giving everyone a headache with your mumbo jumbo... :lol:


My mumbo jumbo is reserved for you GR....I made those vows and I will stick to them..... :wink: For better and for worse...When oh when is it going to get better though>>>> :evil: :lol: 8)
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Postby Get Real! » Sun Mar 30, 2008 3:54 pm

zan wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
zan wrote:
kentish wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
kentish wrote:we are competing doughnut and thats the way it should stay.the competion is not a level playing field but so be it,its better than obliteration.there are no shortcomings we just want to avoid being swallowed up which is the agenda of the south

Capitalism is a bitch... compete or get swallowed up as you say. The system is no different to the US, UK, or Australia so quit complaining and swim.


whose complaining, we are competing and swimming and like it very much

as for your comments zan, you are a deluded sad fool and it is people like you that ensure cyprus will never change from its present format


Reconciliation is about recognising your wrongs mate......The GCs here have a problem with that and have no intention of putting them right...I have a duty to make sure they come out of this ordeal as changed people with morality intact....... :wink: :lol:

Correction... your "duty" seems to be that of giving everyone a headache with your mumbo jumbo... :lol:


My mumbo jumbo is reserved for you GR....I made those vows and I will stick to them..... :wink: For better and for worse...When oh when is it going to get better though>>>> :evil: :lol: 8)

In sickness and in health? :( :cry:


DIE YOU BASTARD DIE!!! :lol:
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Postby Talisker » Sun Mar 30, 2008 4:27 pm

With Christofias in power there is clearly more impetus towards negotiation, but is there increased coherence to the GC position (i.e. has anything really changed from the GC side?), and, if so, could this lead to reunification?
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Postby repulsewarrior » Sun Mar 30, 2008 4:50 pm

Christofias is a Communist. If this tendancy is real there will be an effort to promote change which improves the socialisation of all the population. It is Talat who must show his leftist leanings, and an ability to be removed from the influence of the 'Deep State', and Turkey's particular interests.

With few words, Christofias is not "Greek", is Talat not "Turkish"?
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Postby Oracle » Tue May 27, 2008 8:14 pm

Never forget the influence of the Turkish "Deep State" ... have they ousted Erdogan yet?
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Postby Andros » Fri Jun 06, 2008 7:41 pm

Getting rid of Mr Erdogan, today, would send perhaps the largest Truth-wave on the present Cyprus talks. Then, and only then, will we see the true nature of the Turkish "YES" vote in the 2004 UN Annan plan. Or, do the Turks not know what they are doing?
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