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GREEK CYPRIOT TEACHERS VISITING T/C SCHOOLS TOMORROW

Postby Bananiot » Sun Dec 27, 2009 6:32 pm

Its the first of its kind and it is taking place tomorrow (Monday). Greek Cypriot teachers will visit a number of Turkish Cypriot schools on Monday December 28. The visits are taking place at a time when serious efforts are being made to solve our problem and will contribute to a better understanding between the two communities who will be asked to govern our united country as two equal partners in the blissful event of a solution.
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Re: GREEK CYPRIOT TEACHERS VISITING T/C SCHOOLS TOMORROW

Postby B25 » Sun Dec 27, 2009 6:40 pm

Bananiot wrote:Its the first of its kind and it is taking place tomorrow (Monday). Greek Cypriot teachers will visit a number of Turkish Cypriot schools on Monday December 28. The visits are taking place at a time when serious efforts are being made to solve our problem and will contribute to a better understanding between the two communities who will be asked to govern our united country as two equal partners in the blissful event of a solution.


Yes and I suspect you are jizzing in your pants at the anticipation of that visit :twisted:
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Postby Bananiot » Sun Dec 27, 2009 6:45 pm

Shut it, fascist!
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Postby B25 » Sun Dec 27, 2009 8:16 pm

Bananiot wrote:Shut it, fascist!


Yeah, Yeah, you'd love that would you pops.

Shut us all up so you can get on with burying us. Malakismene.
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Re: GREEK CYPRIOT TEACHERS VISITING T/C SCHOOLS TOMORROW

Postby Talisker » Sun Dec 27, 2009 8:32 pm

Bananiot wrote:Its the first of its kind and it is taking place tomorrow (Monday). Greek Cypriot teachers will visit a number of Turkish Cypriot schools on Monday December 28. The visits are taking place at a time when serious efforts are being made to solve our problem and will contribute to a better understanding between the two communities who will be asked to govern our united country as two equal partners in the blissful event of a solution.

This sounds like an interesting development (although I don't understand why you have to include the 'two equal partners' statement - that may be your opinion and hope for a 'solution', but seems unconnected to the factual visits for which you are notifying the forum). Will there be pupils in the schools or will the buildings be empty? The best way to ascertain the quality of educational provision (and any deficiencies thereof) is to meet the pupils or students, examine their work, and factor in various possible issues such as the curriculum and availability and quality of resources (teachers, textbooks. IT, etc).
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Postby Bananiot » Sun Dec 27, 2009 8:50 pm

Of course there will be pupils and teachers at the schools, we are teachers, not architects. Pupils and their education is above everything else. The "equal partners" talk targets those that refuse to accept the only feasible solution to our problem, that is, BBF between two politically equal communities and who, by insisting on a desirable but not feasible so called better solution, simply work for total destruction of Cyprus.

You might also like to know Talisker, that the Ministry of Education, at the beginning of every school year, proposes a target that all schools should try to reach. Last year and this year the target is "Καλλιέργεια κουλτούρας ειρηνικής συμβίωσης, αμοιβαίου σεβασμού και συνεργασίας Ελληνοκυπρίων και Τουρκοκυπρίων με στόχο την απαλλαγή από την κατοχή και την επανένωση της πατρίδας και του λαού μας" which roughly translated says "The cultivation of a culture for the peaceful coexistence, mutual respect and cooperation between Greek and Turkish Cypriots, with the aim of ending the occupation and reunification of our country and our people".

Needless to say, there is a political message attached to the visits tomorrow and we are not going there just for a cup of coffee.
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Postby B25 » Sun Dec 27, 2009 9:09 pm

Bananiot wrote:Of course there will be pupils and teachers at the schools, we are teachers, not architects. Pupils and their education is above everything else. The "equal partners" talk targets those that refuse to accept the only feasible solution to our problem, that is, BBF between two politically equal communities and who, by insisting on a desirable but not feasible so called better solution, simply work for total destruction of Cyprus.

You might also like to know Talisker, that the Ministry of Education, at the beginning of every school year, proposes a target that all schools should try to reach. Last year and this year the target is "Καλλιέργεια κουλτούρας ειρηνικής συμβίωσης, αμοιβαίου σεβασμού και συνεργασίας Ελληνοκυπρίων και Τουρκοκυπρίων με στόχο την απαλλαγή από την κατοχή και την επανένωση της πατρίδας και του λαού μας" which roughly translated says "The cultivation of a culture for the peaceful coexistence, mutual respect and cooperation between Greek and Turkish Cypriots, with the aim of ending the occupation and reunification of our country and our people".

Needless to say, there is a political message attached to the visits tomorrow and we are not going there just for a cup of coffee.


The problem with you Banana is you cannot differentiate between @co-existance' and 'equal partners'

The one is where we all share the same land with mutal respect for each others human and democratice rights the latter is where you give over all that to the other side so we actually and up worst than we are today.

Shame you cannot see what you are doing to your own community.
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Postby Talisker » Sun Dec 27, 2009 9:10 pm

Bananiot wrote:Of course there will be pupils and teachers at the schools, we are teachers, not architects. Pupils and their education is above everything else. The "equal partners" talk targets those that refuse to accept the only feasible solution to our problem, that is, BBF between two politically equal communities and who, by insisting on a desirable but not feasible so called better solution, simply work for total destruction of Cyprus.

You might also like to know Talisker, that the Ministry of Education, at the beginning of every school year, proposes a target that all schools should try to reach. Last year and this year the target is "Καλλιέργεια κουλτούρας ειρηνικής συμβίωσης, αμοιβαίου σεβασμού και συνεργασίας Ελληνοκυπρίων και Τουρκοκυπρίων με στόχο την απαλλαγή από την κατοχή και την επανένωση της πατρίδας και του λαού μας" which roughly translated says "The cultivation of a culture for the peaceful coexistence, mutual respect and cooperation between Greek and Turkish Cypriots, with the aim of ending the occupation and reunification of our country and our people".

Needless to say, there is a political message attached to the visits tomorrow and we are not going there just for a cup of coffee.

My problem with your method of reporting on these visits is the inclusion of your own political beliefs regarding the Cyprob solution. Why not report the visits objectively, rather than derailing the facts with this additional subjective information? After all, the Ministry of Education statement would, I'd imagine, be acceptable to all, but doesn't include any information on how a solution will come about, so why do we get your oft-stated opinion on this?
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Postby B25 » Sun Dec 27, 2009 9:16 pm

Talisker wrote:
Bananiot wrote:Of course there will be pupils and teachers at the schools, we are teachers, not architects. Pupils and their education is above everything else. The "equal partners" talk targets those that refuse to accept the only feasible solution to our problem, that is, BBF between two politically equal communities and who, by insisting on a desirable but not feasible so called better solution, simply work for total destruction of Cyprus.

You might also like to know Talisker, that the Ministry of Education, at the beginning of every school year, proposes a target that all schools should try to reach. Last year and this year the target is "Καλλιέργεια κουλτούρας ειρηνικής συμβίωσης, αμοιβαίου σεβασμού και συνεργασίας Ελληνοκυπρίων και Τουρκοκυπρίων με στόχο την απαλλαγή από την κατοχή και την επανένωση της πατρίδας και του λαού μας" which roughly translated says "The cultivation of a culture for the peaceful coexistence, mutual respect and cooperation between Greek and Turkish Cypriots, with the aim of ending the occupation and reunification of our country and our people".

Needless to say, there is a political message attached to the visits tomorrow and we are not going there just for a cup of coffee.

My problem with your method of reporting on these visits is the inclusion of your own political beliefs regarding the Cyprob solution. Why not report the visits objectively, rather than derailing the facts with this additional subjective information? After all, the Ministry of Education statement would, I'd imagine, be acceptable to all, but doesn't include any information on how a solution will come about, so why do we get your oft-stated opinion on this?


Talisker, you should know by now that Banana is the propoganda spreader of the north. He throws in at any opportunity comments to keep spreading the word.

I am glad you have spotted that for yourself otherwise I would just be another facsist, oh and by the way banana there is 76% of the GC community that are facists as well.

Like I said you had better take some kleenex, you are going to need them. :twisted:
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Postby insan » Sun Dec 27, 2009 9:22 pm

"political equality of 2 communities" is not the personal belief of Bananiot... it's the belief of every Cypriot and foreigner concerned about reunification of Cyprus and accepted by UN in relevant resolutions...

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In 1990 a major development was an initiative by the Secretary-General to provide a more elaborate definition of the concept of bi-zonality in his 8 March 1990 report to the Council. In it he also raised the concept of political equality. (The report was subsequently endorsed by the Council in resolution 716 of 11 October 1991.) It said:

The political equality of the two communities in and the bi-communal nature of the federation need to be acknowledged. While political equality does not mean equal numerical participation in all federal government branches and administration, it should be reflected inter alia in various ways: in the requirement that the federal constitution of the State of Cyprus be approved or amended with the concurrence of both communities; in the effective participation of both communities in all organs and decisions of the federal Government in safeguards to ensure that the federal Government will not be empowered to adopt any measures against the interests of one community; and in the equality and identical powers and functions of the two federated States.” “The bi-zonality of the federation should be clearly brought out by the fact that each federated State will be administered by one community which will be firmly guaranteed a clear majority of the population and of the land ownership in its area.” (S/21183, Annex I)

4.3 . Bi-zonality and political equality revisited

In 1992, Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali introduced a new “Set of Ideas” for a draft settlement, further expanding the previous concepts and proposing a secular, bi-zonal, bi-communal federal republic composed of two politically equal states, to be submitted to both communities for referendum (S/23780). The plan defined the relationship between Greek and Turkish Cypriots as not one of majority and minority, but rather one of two communities in the state of Cyprus. The concept of political equality picked up the idea endorsed by the Council in resolution 716. Bi-zonality would be reflected in the fact that each state in the federation would exercise jurisdiction over a clear majority of the population and of land ownership in its area.
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