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TURK MINISTER SAID ROC EXPLORATION WORKS ARE ILLEGITIMATE

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Re: TURK MINISTER SAID ROC EXPLORATION WORKS ARE ILLEGITIMAT

Postby Mustiejodu » Sun Dec 18, 2016 10:42 pm

Still laughing. Can't wait to see what bush you hide behind when other countries start to follow the uk brexit. Your club is no longer appealing. Turkey don't give a fuck about the false eu promises which you was banking on keeping turkey under control. Now it's unleashed a barbaric erdogan who wants to rule the Middle East and the Brexit is just the beginning. The lunatic erdogan is dangerous to all cypriots be tc or gc so don't make such big words you can't back
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Re: TURK MINISTER SAID ROC EXPLORATION WORKS ARE ILLEGITIMAT

Postby kurupetos » Tue Dec 20, 2016 12:06 am

Mustiejodu wrote:Still laughing. Can't wait to see what bush you hide behind when other countries start to follow the uk brexit. Your club is no longer appealing. Turkey don't give a fuck about the false eu promises which you was banking on keeping turkey under control. Now it's unleashed a barbaric erdogan who wants to rule the Middle East and the Brexit is just the beginning. The lunatic erdogan is dangerous to all cypriots be tc or gc so don't make such big words you can't back

And so it should be, mustard... Turkey is history.
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Re: TURK MINISTER SAID ROC EXPLORATION WORKS ARE ILLEGITIMAT

Postby Lordo » Sat Dec 24, 2016 12:46 pm

so you have been saying for 50 years.

now that russia are friends with terggy of course you have one less friendly country. oh i forgot greace dont count and you have no other firends.
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