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Turkish Cypriot Direct Trade with EU “to be imposed”

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Postby B25 » Sun Aug 22, 2010 10:30 pm

She is saying she would like 3 villous and the turks are keratades.
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Postby Malapapa » Sun Aug 22, 2010 10:34 pm

B25 wrote:She is saying she would like 3 villous and the turks are keratades.


:lol: I do hope someone translates this for her... I thought perhaps she was claiming to be a daughter of Satan herself.
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Postby Malapapa » Sun Aug 22, 2010 10:36 pm

The photo is worth reproducing. What were you thinking, love?

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Postby Piratis » Sun Aug 22, 2010 11:18 pm

The strategy of the 'long struggle' has ended in a political cul-de-sac. Decision time is coming, its either a bi-zonal bi-communal federation, as envisaged in the hihg-level agreement or its permanent partition. The UN and the EU will not tolerate the 'non-solution solution' promoted by Dentash and Papadopoulos for years.


What was promoted by Denktash (and most Turks) was partition. Are you saying that the UN will reward their insistence to disobey UN resolutions and will give to them what they always wanted?

If that is the case then why would the Turks want the negotiations to have any result? If they will be rewarded with partition if the negotiations fail then is it obvious that they will want the negotiations to fail so they will get what they want, isn't it?

Papadopolous did not promote 'non-solution solution' either. What Papadopoulos wanted is what the vast majority of Cypriots want: To be free to rule our own island without any foreign imperialists imposing on us their terms.

Don't confuse the UN with the AngloAmerican Turkophiles like yourself. There are other countries in the UN Security Council and what you want to force in Cyprus will never pass from them.
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Postby ttoli » Sun Aug 22, 2010 11:57 pm

Malapapa wrote:
ttoli wrote:
humanist wrote:If they can impose direct trade why can't they impose the removal of Turkish troops and right of return of refugees?
Because they have finally seen thru the RoC bullshit propaganda, Oh I love Cyprus :D


The whole island, or just the area controlled by Turkey's military? By the way, the article is garbage. But I'd like to know what the silly woman in the photo is doing.
Giving you marks out of ten? :D
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Postby Malapapa » Mon Aug 23, 2010 12:01 am

Cool that makes 8/10, 'cos the other five are out of shot but up her own arse.
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