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Jennifer Lopez Will Rather Pay $40m than Perform in Cyprus!

Postby humanist » Mon Jul 26, 2010 12:17 am

Jennifer Lopez was to appear at a grand hotel in Cyprus today however JLO as advised by her entourage decided not to go and hence is going to face a huge lawsuit because of her sudden withdrawal from the concert which marked the anniversary of the Cyprus’ 1974 invasion by Turkey.

According to her reps “Jennifer Lopez would never willingly support any state or country or ………”

However the real reason Jennifer withdrew from the concert is because of the massive attacks she received from fans and activist who believe her performance would help legitimize Turkey’s occupation of the region.

On another note, today marks Jennifer’s 41st birthday, the ‘Back-Up Plan’ star is a mom for two beautiful children and is married to singer Marc Anthony.

Let’s hope that JLO will enjoy her birthday this year, and that all the losses she cost will be paid.


http://www.waleg.com/celebrities/archives/020723.html
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Re: Jennifer Lopez Will Rather Pay $40m than Perform in Cypr

Postby insan » Mon Jul 26, 2010 12:24 am

humanist wrote:
Jennifer Lopez was to appear at a grand hotel in Cyprus today however JLO as advised by her entourage decided not to go and hence is going to face a huge lawsuit because of her sudden withdrawal from the concert which marked the anniversary of the Cyprus’ 1974 invasion by Turkey.

According to her reps “Jennifer Lopez would never willingly support any state or country or ………”

However the real reason Jennifer withdrew from the concert is because of the massive attacks she received from fans and activist who believe her performance would help legitimize Turkey’s occupation of the region.

On another note, today marks Jennifer’s 41st birthday, the ‘Back-Up Plan’ star is a mom for two beautiful children and is married to singer Marc Anthony.

Let’s hope that JLO will enjoy her birthday this year, and that all the losses she cost will be paid.


http://www.waleg.com/celebrities/archives/020723.html


You look very happy, eh? :lol:
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Postby humanist » Mon Jul 26, 2010 12:36 am

am happy to see justice serve its purpose. No one should support a regime that has left people homeless and refugees in their own country for over 30 years. Whatever happened has happened if she felt threatened thats her thing . I support the outcome regardless just like you support the violation of human rights in Cyprus.
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Postby Viewpoint » Mon Jul 26, 2010 12:38 am

humanist wrote:am happy to see justice serve its purpose. No one should support a regime that has left people homeless and refugees in their own country for over 30 years. Whatever happened has happened if she felt threatened thats her thing . I support the outcome regardless just like you support the violation of human rights in Cyprus.


Can we have your comments on the regime that turned thousands of TCs into refugees in 1963?
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Postby wyoming cowboy » Mon Jul 26, 2010 12:42 am

Viewpoint wrote:
humanist wrote:am happy to see justice serve its purpose. No one should support a regime that has left people homeless and refugees in their own country for over 30 years. Whatever happened has happened if she felt threatened thats her thing . I support the outcome regardless just like you support the violation of human rights in Cyprus.


Can we have your comments on the regime that turned thousands of TCs into refugees in 1963?


name me one instance where the ROC forcefully made anyone a refugee, or was it that you willingly went into enclaves hoping to create taksim....
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Postby humanist » Mon Jul 26, 2010 12:43 am

I think its is sad VP. I also know that we can't change 63 and we can't change 74. I would however would like to see a united Cyprus of one people, one international identity, a fully integrated Cyprus where all its citizens share equal rights in all life domains. What vision do you have for Cyprus?
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Postby Viewpoint » Mon Jul 26, 2010 12:44 am

humanist wrote:I think its is sad VP. I also know that we can't change 63 and we can't change 74. I would however would like to see a united Cyprus of one people, one international identity, a fully integrated Cyprus where all its citizens share equal rights in all life domains. What vision do you have for Cyprus?


Lets say we share the same vision how do we get there? what are your concrete steps to guarantee yours and my vision?
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Postby optimistic » Mon Jul 26, 2010 12:45 am

[quote="Viewpoint"][quote="humanist"]am happy to see justice serve its purpose. No one should support a regime that has left people homeless and refugees in their own country for over 30 years. Whatever happened has happened if she felt threatened thats her thing . I support the outcome regardless just like you support the violation of human rights in Cyprus.[/quote]

Can we have your comments on the regime that turned thousands of TCs into refugees in 1963?[/quote]

OOOHHH YES PLEASE !!! Can we ! :lol:
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Postby Viewpoint » Mon Jul 26, 2010 12:46 am

wyoming cowboy wrote:
Viewpoint wrote:
humanist wrote:am happy to see justice serve its purpose. No one should support a regime that has left people homeless and refugees in their own country for over 30 years. Whatever happened has happened if she felt threatened thats her thing . I support the outcome regardless just like you support the violation of human rights in Cyprus.


Can we have your comments on the regime that turned thousands of TCs into refugees in 1963?


name me one instance where the ROC forcefully made anyone a refugee, or was it that you willingly went into enclaves hoping to create taksim....


this comments says it all, you know nothing about the plight of the TCs only what has been placed in your not so intelligent brain.
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Postby humanist » Mon Jul 26, 2010 1:16 am

and you do that's why you are supporting a regime that keeps you oppressed and then you blame the RoC for all of it. lol wake up before you really miss the boat. And you never will because at the end of the day it is what it is and the boat travels at the speed it does pending on weather conditions
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