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Re: Greek Tragedy

Postby Maxx » Sun Nov 06, 2011 4:31 am

Talisker wrote:So who will be Cyprus' greatest ally in 100 years time, 200, 500, 1000? Israel? :lol:

Yup, good lunch, shame I had to eat for two!


You are assuming Greece will exist in 100 years time.

And if it does, it will be a bastardised version which will have nothing whatsoever to do with Hellenism. All nations will change, including Cyprus.
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Re: Sorry - but you do Big Sis...

Postby Talisker » Sun Nov 06, 2011 4:36 am

Maxx wrote:

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Just saying Hello to a friend...

Postby Maxx » Sun Nov 06, 2011 4:39 am

Talisker wrote:
Maxx wrote:





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Re: Greek Tragedy

Postby Talisker » Sun Nov 06, 2011 4:50 am

Get Real! wrote:
Talisker wrote:So who will be Cyprus' greatest ally in 100 years time, 200, 500, 1000? Israel? :lol:

Impossible to tell... too many variables involved but we can call it “j” if it aids our calculations! :lol:

So many variables it makes sense to assume longstanding cultural and political links are likely to remain important. Unless you're referring to 'J'erusalem (or 'J'apan)? :roll:
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Re: Greek Tragedy

Postby Talisker » Sun Nov 06, 2011 4:53 am


.......and Goodnight!
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Re: Greek Tragedy

Postby Get Real! » Sun Nov 06, 2011 5:00 am

Talisker wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
Talisker wrote:So who will be Cyprus' greatest ally in 100 years time, 200, 500, 1000? Israel? :lol:

Impossible to tell... too many variables involved but we can call it “j” if it aids our calculations! :lol:

So many variables it makes sense to assume longstanding cultural and political links are likely to remain important.

But who is to know if another people from a far away land arrive on Cyprus and replace our language and culture again! :shock:

If it happened once why can’t it happen again? :wink:

Unless you're referring to 'J'erusalem (or 'J'apan)? :roll:

Err, no... it’s like the j-factor in maths: j = √-1

Something that cannot be calculated but can be represented by a symbol.
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Betrayal is a 2 way street...

Postby Maxx » Sun Nov 06, 2011 5:02 am

Talisker wrote:
.......and Goodnight!




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Re: Greek Tragedy

Postby kimon07 » Sun Nov 06, 2011 11:23 am

The true Greek Tragedy is that the traitors, who have been running Greece since 1955, have been selling the country down the river systematically.


“Roughly, the total sum of German compensation owed to Greece…. (as WWII reparations) ….approximately amounts to a staggering 1 trillion 200 billion Euros.”

http://amphiktyon-foreign.blogspot.com/ ... 47829db9a4

P.S. It is common belief in Greece and it has come out in greek magazines (ΕΠΙΚΑΙΡΑ No 105, dated 22/10 - 02/11 2011) and news papers, that the Greek Government does not bring the matter up having been threatened by Merkel that she will go public with the evidences of the bribings of Siemens to mainly the rulling party since it was run by Constantine Simitis.
(up to 2004)
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Re: Greek Tragedy

Postby kimon07 » Sun Nov 06, 2011 11:38 am

Ladies and Gents.
Could we stick to the forum rules and make postings relevant to each particular thread?
Surely, Maxx, you could use your own thread to make posts related to your "Ottomania" obsession. Right? So, be a good boy/girl now and go back to your own playground. Or post something relevan and serious (to the extend you can be serious)Pleeeease?
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Re: Greek Tragedy

Postby kimon07 » Sun Nov 06, 2011 12:53 pm

bill cobbett wrote:Is anyone actually running Greece at the mo ??? ... other than the Germans.


Certainly
Angela Merkel through Forest G.A.P (George A, Papandreou).
The referendum trick is widely believed in Greece that it was staged in order to blackmail the opposition party leader (Samaras) into accepting the terms of the new loan deal. Proof? As soon as Samaras declared that he accepts to sign, the referendum "threat" was taken back.
Others believe that the whole scheme was suggested by the US in order to weaken the Euro towards the dollar.

In any event, fact is that the international turmoil created after the referendum was announced brought billions into the pockets of some people (including the friend of GAP Mr. Soros) overnight
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