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Re: i need education advice

Postby kurupetos » Tue Oct 09, 2012 11:06 pm

Lordo wrote:did not may make some sense. have you been hard wiring both your brain cells again. how many times do i have to tell you not to do that. it is bad.

There were too many blanks to fill. I decided to leave it to your imagination. If any... :wink:
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Re: i need education advice

Postby supporttheunderdog » Wed Oct 10, 2012 8:34 am

employment opportunities in the North for people wanting to better themselves

http://famagusta-gazette.com/sexual-slavery-a-million-trade-in-turkish-occupied-cyprus-p16924-69.htm

The women are employed with “work permits” granted by the self-styled ministry of labor and social insurance, and the “ministry” of interior. The passports of the women are handed over to the “police’s” so-called migration department for the period they will stay in the occupied area of Cyprus. The amount paid for the “permit” is 3.500 TL.

Citing statements by a “high ranking official in the administration”, it is reported that the annual income of the “state” from these night clubs is 10 million Euros.
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Re: i need education advice

Postby Lordo » Fri Oct 12, 2012 1:59 pm

supporttheunderdog wrote:employment opportunities in the North for people wanting to better themselves

http://famagusta-gazette.com/sexual-slavery-a-million-trade-in-turkish-occupied-cyprus-p16924-69.htm

The women are employed with “work permits” granted by the self-styled ministry of labor and social insurance, and the “ministry” of interior. The passports of the women are handed over to the “police’s” so-called migration department for the period they will stay in the occupied area of Cyprus. The amount paid for the “permit” is 3.500 TL.

Citing statements by a “high ranking official in the administration”, it is reported that the annual income of the “state” from these night clubs is 10 million Euros.

what happens to immigrants who work in the non liberated areas. what happens to them when they find themselves in a police station.
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Re: i need education advice

Postby kurupetos » Fri Oct 12, 2012 3:11 pm

Lordo wrote:
supporttheunderdog wrote:employment opportunities in the North for people wanting to better themselves

http://famagusta-gazette.com/sexual-slavery-a-million-trade-in-turkish-occupied-cyprus-p16924-69.htm

The women are employed with “work permits” granted by the self-styled ministry of labor and social insurance, and the “ministry” of interior. The passports of the women are handed over to the “police’s” so-called migration department for the period they will stay in the occupied area of Cyprus. The amount paid for the “permit” is 3.500 TL.

Citing statements by a “high ranking official in the administration”, it is reported that the annual income of the “state” from these night clubs is 10 million Euros.

what happens to immigrants who work in the non liberated areas. what happens to them when they find themselves in a police station.

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Re: i need education advice

Postby supporttheunderdog » Thu Oct 18, 2012 12:18 am

Lordo wrote:
supporttheunderdog wrote:employment opportunities in the North for people wanting to better themselves

http://famagusta-gazette.com/sexual-slavery-a-million-trade-in-turkish-occupied-cyprus-p16924-69.htm

The women are employed with “work permits” granted by the self-styled ministry of labor and social insurance, and the “ministry” of interior. The passports of the women are handed over to the “police’s” so-called migration department for the period they will stay in the occupied area of Cyprus. The amount paid for the “permit” is 3.500 TL.

Citing statements by a “high ranking official in the administration”, it is reported that the annual income of the “state” from these night clubs is 10 million Euros.

what happens to immigrants who work in the non liberated areas. what happens to them when they find themselves in a police station.


what, do you mean the areas not yet liberated from Illegal Turkish occupation?
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