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Re: Poison Foods from the Ocupied Areas

Postby Lordo » Sun Sep 09, 2012 9:52 pm

mapko you need help my friend, seriously.
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Re: Poison Foods from the Ocupied Areas

Postby Mapko » Sun Sep 09, 2012 9:53 pm

Lordo wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
Lordo wrote:the fact that some people here refer to turkish cypriots or even turks as mongols shows not only how racists they are but also how far backward there in cultural development. i put them at about 1000 bc and that is being kind to them. the wish that 70 million should be killed is just beyond belief coming from a cypriot who is educated enough to use the internet.

Your posts suggest that you have the intellect of a homo-erectus. :lol:


erectus most certainly but homo never. i leave that to you bumboys. you have developed that for centuries. as a greek man boasted to a turk saying we introduced sex to the world. and the turk replied yes but we introduced it to women.


You see what I mean by ignorant! 'Homo' is short for 'homo sapien' and is, for all intents and purposes, a human being.
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Re: Poison Foods from the Ocupied Areas

Postby Mapko » Sun Sep 09, 2012 9:58 pm

Lordo wrote:mapko you need help my friend, seriously.


Why do I need help? You seem to think that the Greek Cypriots are bears in Turkey, that you can keep chained up using a metal ring through the nose, that you can beat with sticks, kick, punch and starve. You think you can treat us badly and we will keep coming back for more and thanking you for it!

You Turks are all 'holier than thou' when it suits you.
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Re: Poison Foods from the Ocupied Areas

Postby Lordo » Sun Sep 09, 2012 10:03 pm

Mapko wrote:
Lordo wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
Lordo wrote:the fact that some people here refer to turkish cypriots or even turks as mongols shows not only how racists they are but also how far backward there in cultural development. i put them at about 1000 bc and that is being kind to them. the wish that 70 million should be killed is just beyond belief coming from a cypriot who is educated enough to use the internet.

Your posts suggest that you have the intellect of a homo-erectus. :lol:


erectus most certainly but homo never. i leave that to you bumboys. you have developed that for centuries. as a greek man boasted to a turk saying we introduced sex to the world. and the turk replied yes but we introduced it to women.


You see what I mean by ignorant! 'Homo' is short for 'homo sapien' and is, for all intents and purposes, a human being.

and you have no sense of humour. kurupetos will get it i think as beastly as he may looks.
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Re: Poison Foods from the Ocupied Areas

Postby Lordo » Sun Sep 09, 2012 10:04 pm

Mapko wrote:
Lordo wrote:mapko you need help my friend, seriously.


Why do I need help? You seem to think that the Greek Cypriots are bears in Turkey, that you can keep chained up using a metal ring through the nose, that you can beat with sticks, kick, punch and starve. You think you can treat us badly and we will keep coming back for more and thanking you for it!

You Turks are all 'holier than thou' when it suits you.

when you chat to a psychiatrist he will be able to untangle all your wrongs.
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Re: Poison Foods from the Ocupied Areas

Postby Mapko » Sun Sep 09, 2012 10:24 pm

If you tell me what is so wrong that I've stated that I can't come back with a reply, I'll go and see a psychiatrist.
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Re: Poison Foods from the Ocupied Areas

Postby Lordo » Sun Sep 09, 2012 10:46 pm

Mapko wrote:If you tell me what is so wrong that I've stated that I can't come back with a reply, I'll go and see a psychiatrist.

I wil hold you to your promise. to try to solve a problem in 2012 by going back to 1570 is the problem. pose it to him and ask him if that is a problem and let him tell you.

i would not go back a day before 1960. simply because when people sign an agreement they have to honour them certainly renegotiate to improve but just tear it up and start again is no no.
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Re: Poison Foods from the Ocupied Areas

Postby Mapko » Sun Sep 09, 2012 10:51 pm

Lordo wrote:
Mapko wrote:If you tell me what is so wrong that I've stated that I can't come back with a reply, I'll go and see a psychiatrist.

I wil hold you to your promise. to try to solve a problem in 2012 by going back to 1570 is the problem. pose it to him and ask him if that is a problem and let him tell you.

i would not go back a day before 1960. simply because when people sign an agreement they have to honour them certainly renegotiate to improve but just tear it up and start again is no no.


There you go - everything is always on your terms, isn't it! "Hmm...I don't like that bit, so we'll skip it and only include from there onwards. If anybody asks about the first bit, we'll kick up a fuss, call them racists and fascists and that should shut them up". Great plan. Do you make the rules we all have to adhere to?
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Re: Poison Foods from the Ocupied Areas

Postby wyoming cowboy » Sun Sep 09, 2012 11:05 pm

B25 wrote:You should check the origin of any such foods. These turks can't beat us fair and square, now they try to poison us and their own at the same time. Sounds much like a TMT tactic to me, here:

Reactions to finding poison in vegetables sent to the government-controlled area continue

Turkish Cypriot daily Kibris newspaper (07.09.12) reports that Dr. Suphi Hudaoglu, chairman of the Turkish Cypriot Doctors’ Union, has said that finding a quantity of pesticides 300%-600% higher than it should be in products such as tomatoes, cucumbers and carrots, shows that the human body has been turned into a “warehouse” of poison and added that measures should be urgently taken.

In a statement issued yesterday, Dr. Hudaoglu pointed out that excessive quantity of pesticides causes a great damage to health, such as cancer. He said the fact that the Turkish Cypriot Chamber of Commerce has warned the self-styled prime minister of the breakaway regime that some pesticides were found in vegetables is “pleasing” and noted that they were expecting sensitivity by the “government” so that these vegetables are not sold in the internal market.

Commenting on the same issue, Ozkan Yorgancioglu, chairman of the Republican Turkish Party (CTP), said that the “government” launched no initiative on this issue and argued that a crime is being committed against the “people” who is convicted to dying from cancer. Describing the stance of the “government” as “impassiveness”, Yorgancioglu said that “prime minister” Kucuk became a play in the hands of the Greek Cypriots, who are getting ready to complain to the EU. He accused Kucuk of “knowingly preventing” the Turkish Cypriots from selling their products through the Green Line.

Moreover, Kibris reports also that the “government” of the regime continues saying nothing on the issue of finding a quantity of pesticides 300%-600% higher than it should be in the analysis of Turkish Cypriot products in the government-controlled area of Cyprus. The paper writes also that Turkish Cypriot producers attributed the results of the analysis of the Turkish Cypriot vegetables to political reasons.(I/Ts.)PIO

http://www.cyprusexpat.co.uk/blog/read/ ... Y.facebook



With little regulation and a legitimate government to oversee things anyone can do anything....i remember in china people using some type of filler to show a high calcium count for baby formula, which ended up poisoning little kids, or in the occupied territory of Cyprus, an illegal turk hotel poisoned a british lady because poison wasnt clearly marked, which in most countries is marked with symbols and warnings, and the lady drank the poison thinking it was water and died....what recourse does the lady's family have in the illegal regimes negligence....none!

http://www.on-holiday-accident-claims.c ... hotel.aspx
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Re: Poison Foods from the Ocupied Areas

Postby kentish » Mon Sep 10, 2012 12:05 am

Mapko you need to calm down man, you have really excelled yourself in that last response to me, your prejudices and racism is there for all to see. now be a good boy and think before you write. lucky there is a limited readership on this forum , you have put so much material in one post for the men in white overalls to take you away and write a book.
as your greek mate kikapu would say :lol: :lol: :lol:
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