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Re: Occupy The Buffer Zone

Postby Panicos UK » Mon May 14, 2012 11:59 am

repulsewarrior wrote:...i do not agree with you about Orthodoxy, although my example is from my belief as a Greek Orthodox, simply, my Church teaches me to study both Bibles, and for my guidance there are the words of Christ, the way. i like to think that Castro has a deep sense of this notion we call God, and it is why, i think, he personally built a Greek Orthodox Church in Cuba, Faith is a most personal reflection, a Leader of a Church expresses himself like any individual, equal in his Humility and in his own practice (not like a Pope); our Church is considered one of the most socialised in the world. the Truth is kept by sharing the infinite gift you allude to, God is Love, or, as Christ followed, the Golden Rule. a Gnostic would say that inherently there is a Law of Entropy, and thus it is easy to assay that all things, living or otherwise come to an end. death, here the only certainty, is to believe that there is an everlasting and a return to it, Buddha's life represents this as an example, as well.

...indeed i will exchange the information i know, and as for wanting cars and women and things, there is nothing wrong in that; it is the plunder, and it remains true, the occupiers at the Occupation on Ledras St., are the slim link we have to Unity against the corruption and Ignorance we are subject to, even in our daily lives, because it is possible that there are a few who have the Agenda and who choose to exploit the rest of us, resisting change by manipulating fear.

...Panicos the only Freedom I discussed is the Freedom of Cyprus, and the Cypriot People. indeed there is a higher level and many levels, more broadly speaking, you speak of a Freedom within, all of this is a matter of choices, that is the hell, good things like a commitment to Universal Principals do not come easily, having a soul well lit either. again i applaud these militants who have found a way to educate themselves and the community that surrounds them.

...Freedom is to serve.


What don't you agree with? The interpretation or the church's doctrine?
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Re: Occupy The Buffer Zone

Postby repulsewarrior » Mon May 14, 2012 7:19 pm

...the point i was making is that the Church's doctrines are its own. that is different to the temporal world we live in because of its diversity, the Universal Truths that Churches may find to be existant are not theirs as a possession, our church leaders should know better than dictating their interpretation as the one and only, we should not be so quick to accept any dogma, this contradicts the belief that one God exists, or that loving is our way to serve, (and, to overcome the fears which we have in ourselves).

...it is the Church in this case which is learning by the Charity they offer, it is a remarkable thing that their buildings have revived, and in a manner which serves a greater good, not like a casino or another enterprise for money. they may even openly support the OBZ a some point, there is consistency, and this test is proving itself with the occupation's longevity, as well as the steadfast commitment both share to the same Principals.
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Re: Occupy The Buffer Zone

Postby bill cobbett » Tue May 22, 2012 3:02 pm

Not a great deal to report at the Occupy of the Buffer Zone other than the following statement released earlier today about the strikes by council workers, corruption and discontent in the Occupied Areas...

..."Update info on what's happening in the north: As you know municipality workers of north Nicosia weren't paid for two months. This was only the tip of the iceberg with regard to the corruption and dirty business (i.e close relations with the mafia) within the administration of Cemal Bulutogullari. During the strike the trash wasn't been collected for weeks, violent protests broke out, the rain caused flood and spread the trash all over Nicosia. As the public tension rose up, the 'government' did not take any measures to deal with the issue for a long time. Last week they suggested Cemal Bulutogullari to take some 'time off' (clearly as an attempt to cool things off rather than dealing with the issue) to which he responded by saying "he doesn't need one". Again, last week the 'government' promised to pay the workers, a promise they postponed to the next day every day. The obvious reason is that the municipality is at the edge of bankruptcy and there was no resource. Today they finally announced that the payment is done however without mentioning how the resource has been created. It is important to note that this issue is not only about payments and nothing is solved. This is a clear example of ongoing corruption and illegality at every level of administration in the north, therefore, protests will continue..."
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Re: Occupy The Buffer Zone

Postby bill cobbett » Thu May 31, 2012 3:32 am

New attempt to break the Occupation of the Buffer Zone.

The Occupiers wrote about an hour ago...

Big metal bars have been put up, closing the street where our tents use to be. The activity centre has been barred with wood. Hypocrites.. You benefit from dividing us. Your mind is a prison. Occupy Buffer Zone was just the beginning of something magical.
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Re: Occupy The Buffer Zone

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu May 31, 2012 6:03 am

dear bill, who is putting up the steel, is it the same who put up the wood?

shame, bloody shame if it ends this way; hypocrites as you say, who?

...indeed.
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Re: Occupy The Buffer Zone

Postby bill cobbett » Wed Oct 23, 2013 4:04 am

They..... 're back...!!!

The boys and girls of the OBZ were back in action over the weekend.

http://www.occupybufferzone.info/2013/1 ... -16102013/
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Re: Occupy The Buffer Zone

Postby Flying Horse » Wed Oct 23, 2013 10:09 am

They never went away Bill!

I'm always getting them popping up in my facebook newsfeed. I remember seeing more about this from them over the weekend, and some dodgy photos of UN men with placards.
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Re: Occupy The Buffer Zone

Postby Lordo » Wed Oct 23, 2013 10:38 pm

if un does not remove them mehmetcik will. gawd help them then.
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Re: Occupy The Buffer Zone

Postby Get Real! » Wed Oct 23, 2013 11:17 pm

Lordo wrote:if un does not remove them mehmetcik will. gawd help them then.

What mehmetcik and green horses are you talking about? :lol:

There are no soldiers in the vicinity and they’re not allowed to go there.
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Re: Occupy The Buffer Zone

Postby Lordo » Thu Oct 24, 2013 11:02 pm

they were not allowed to stay in cyprus for all these years. which international law is it exactly that will stop them if they see it as a threat.
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