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Re: best part of the Island to vist?

Postby theodosia » Sun Jul 22, 2012 5:08 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:
theodosia wrote:But cypress will always be in my heart, because it is in my blood which id thicker then water.


That's great! :) Theodosia, you come with a deep understanding from knowing how Ireland suffered under the hands of Imperialists. And now you will add to your instincts and discover for yourself how Imperialists (Britain, USA and, many time over, Turkey) have been trying to tear Cyprus apart from Greece - to destroy the Greek Hellenic fold. For centuries!

Why don't you start a thread in "Cyprus Problem" section where you can add any pieces of history and information which you encounter in your searches, along with your interpretations. :)

And did they suffer greek island girl. woman raped in front of their husbands then they were shot a long with their children, The irish going hungry in the potato famin
britain and the usa are corrupt we all know it and they( the government) know that we know it. The bankers, the lords, the mp's are swiming in shit and getting roses!
But really, i was trying to understand what/why happened and was willing to learn both sides of the story. but instead of learning anything i get verbal attack.
still, he who shouts the loudest has the biggest lie to hide. Though i do think it is a sad thing that Cyprus is cut in half as to what is still a beautiful place to visit.
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Re: best part of the Island to vist?

Postby theodosia » Sun Jul 22, 2012 5:22 pm

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theodosia wrote:spelling is not the issue really is it? If i had spelled turkey wrong and i agreed with all you said would you still point out incorrect spelling? NO YOU WOULDN'T!

He couldn't get his favorite author's name right! :roll:

PC Bubble wrote: A good book to read is The Genocide Files by Harry Scot Gibbons.

:lol: :lol: :lol: really don't mind him expressing himself, I respect we all have something to say on this matter. But I did not appreciate his rudeness or sarcasm to me when i made it clear i was not attacking him, but he was getting very personal in his attack of words. Its not a crime not to spell well, but i don't see any excuse or reason to the silly reply i got from him.
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Re: best part of the Island to vist?

Postby repulsewarrior » Sun Jul 22, 2012 5:40 pm

...easy peasy, you are not a "Turk", therefore you are not "Turkish" enough. it doesn't matter your origins, it is "Turkishness" that is important; never mind that we are all Human Beings.
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Re: best part of the Island to vist?

Postby bill cobbett » Sun Jul 22, 2012 6:05 pm

Let's keep this sort of thing in CyProb Section please boys and girls.
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Re: best part of the Island to vist?

Postby theodosia » Sun Jul 22, 2012 6:23 pm

bill cobbett wrote:Let's keep this sort of thing in CyProb Section please boys and girls.

I agree bill, though i did point this out ( as you probably read :D )
Have a good Sunday bill
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Re: best part of the Island to vist?

Postby repulsewarrior » Sun Jul 22, 2012 6:26 pm

...well said bill.

theodosia, if you do decide to visit Cyprus, i suggest that you will find the most beautiful landscapes in the north. should you wish to travel there, find Cypriots, allow them to be your host, avoid giving even a penny to the occupiers and their regime; Cyprus needs dialog, and acts which demonstrate solidarity.

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Re: best part of the Island to vist?

Postby theodosia » Sun Jul 22, 2012 6:27 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:...easy peasy, you are not a "Turk", therefore you are not "Turkish" enough. it doesn't matter your origins, it is "Turkishness" that is important; never mind that we are all Human Beings.

We are not perfect, true enough we are only human beings as you said. :D tc or gc we all have feelings and that i do/will respect. :D
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Re: best part of the Island to vist?

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Sun Jul 22, 2012 7:23 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:...well said bill.

theodosia, if you do decide to visit Cyprus, i suggest that you will find the most beautiful landscapes in the north. should you wish to travel there, find Cypriots, allow them to be your host, avoid giving even a penny to the occupiers and their regime; Cyprus needs dialog, and acts which demonstrate solidarity.

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I'm shocked at you, RW! That's a very irresponsible thing to suggest.

- Since this is appropriate in a 'travel to Cyprus thread'; I shall post the appropriate warning from the Republic of Cyprus government's website:


Can a foreign national visit the north part of the island, which has been under Turkish military occupation since 1974?

The authorities of the Republic of Cyprus maintain their position that all properties situated in the occupied area of the Republic of Cyprus including hotels, restaurants, shops and other establishments, are not evidently owned, controlled and managed by their legal owners. These properties have been illegally aliened by the occupation regime to people that manage them, without the consent of their rightful owners. The conscious use of such property and particularly overnight stay in the aforesaid hotels or other resorts is illegal and subject to the laws of the Republic regarding the conscious use of stolen property.


Overnight stay in the occupied areas is also strongly discouraged for reasons of compatibility of the establishments in the occupied area with the hygienic, security and other standards. The Republic of Cyprus cannot guarantee the standards or safety of the establishments in the north of Cyprus. Any claims for compensation based on established European consumer protection acts can be denied by the occupation regime as Turkey’s subordinate local administration in the occupied area of the Republic is deprived of any legal status. Furthermore the laws of the Republic of Cyprus and the Acquis Communautaire cannot be enforced, as this is a non-government controlled area.


The Government of the Republic of Cyprus cannot guarantee or ensure the safety of visitors in the occupied areas and the authorities of the Republic will be unable to offer any help in case of accident, injury, theft, illness etc. and thus foreign nationals may find themselves isolated in the case of need.
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Re: best part of the Island to vist?

Postby theodosia » Sun Jul 22, 2012 8:57 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:...well said bill.

theodosia, if you do decide to visit Cyprus, i suggest that you will find the most beautiful landscapes in the north. should you wish to travel there, find Cypriots, allow them to be your host, avoid giving even a penny to the occupiers and their regime; Cyprus needs dialog, and acts which demonstrate solidarity.

cheers.

Sure the north is as beautiful as the south RW , but really was last the sentence above necessary? :(
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Re: best part of the Island to vist?

Postby repulsewarrior » Sun Jul 22, 2012 9:57 pm

...if you want to meet good warm hearted people, find Cypriots, give them your support.

if i could i would drive with a Cypriot Flag attached to my car's antenna while visiting the whole island.

if you love Cyprus, what is wrong with that expression, must it be Greek, must it be Turkish?

...of course, what do i know, i come from a "mixed" village.
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