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Re: just another day in the roc

Postby CBBB » Sun Nov 04, 2012 6:41 pm

Lordo wrote:
CBBB wrote:At least in the RoC we have journalists that can publicise something like this, they aren't all in prison.


but has it been mentioned in the mainstream media. which newspapers and tv stations have actually run this news item if any.


The Cyprus Mail is an underground publication?
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Re: just another day in the roc

Postby Lordo » Sun Nov 04, 2012 8:38 pm

opposite of mainstream does not mean underground. how many people read cm in cyprus 2% if that. the question is which other mainstream media has mentioned it. has there been a news item in the main national news on rik, after all they are a broadcasting service for the people paid by them.
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Re: just another day in the roc

Postby CBBB » Sun Nov 04, 2012 10:08 pm

Lordo wrote:opposite of mainstream does not mean underground. how many people read cm in cyprus 2% if that. the question is which other mainstream media has mentioned it. has there been a news item in the main national news on rik, after all they are a broadcasting service for the people paid by them.


Can I suggest you get the shift key fixed on your keyboard?
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Re: just another day in the roc

Postby Lordo » Sun Nov 04, 2012 10:59 pm

CBBB wrote:
Lordo wrote:opposite of mainstream does not mean underground. how many people read cm in cyprus 2% if that. the question is which other mainstream media has mentioned it. has there been a news item in the main national news on rik, after all they are a broadcasting service for the people paid by them.


Can I suggest you get the shift key fixed on your keyboard?

i see using the change the subject tact. i did not get my primary school diploma for nothing.

answer the question has there been any report anywhere else yes or no simples.
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Re: just another day in the roc

Postby kurupetos » Mon Nov 05, 2012 1:01 am

Lordo wrote:
CBBB wrote:
Lordo wrote:opposite of mainstream does not mean underground. how many people read cm in cyprus 2% if that. the question is which other mainstream media has mentioned it. has there been a news item in the main national news on rik, after all they are a broadcasting service for the people paid by them.


Can I suggest you get the shift key fixed on your keyboard?

i see using the change the subject tact. i did not get my primary school diploma for nothing.

answer the question has there been any report anywhere else yes or no simples.

I don't think you did. :lol:
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Re: just another day in the roc

Postby Lordo » Mon Nov 05, 2012 1:46 am

According to the retired policeman, during the meeting at the labour office on October 12, the employer commented on the alleged sexual exploitation, saying that she was only trying to find the 25-year-old a husband.
“The problem is the labour relations officer won’t write that in their report because it’s not labour-related,” he said.


when i read this bit i could not believe such a thing can happen in an eu country. just incredible.
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Re: just another day in the roc

Postby supporttheunderdog » Mon Nov 05, 2012 2:18 pm

I recall some items about sexual exploitation and traffiking in the Occupied zone quite recently.... and do not try to say it does not happen there too...
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Re: just another day in the roc

Postby Lordo » Mon Nov 05, 2012 5:13 pm

supporttheunderdog wrote:I recall some items about sexual exploitation and traffiking in the Occupied zone quite recently.... and do not try to say it does not happen there too...


what is the matter of the average gc. so what if it happens in the north. the north is not a recognised state. this is happening in an eu country ffs. what the hell is the matter with you people.
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Re: just another day in the roc

Postby kurupetos » Mon Nov 05, 2012 6:05 pm

Lordo wrote:
supporttheunderdog wrote:I recall some items about sexual exploitation and traffiking in the Occupied zone quite recently.... and do not try to say it does not happen there too...


what is the matter of the average gc. so what if it happens in the north. the north is not a recognised state. this is happening in an eu country ffs. what the hell is the matter with you people.

STUD is probably another ELAM boy. :lol:
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Re: just another day in the roc

Postby Cap » Mon Nov 05, 2012 6:28 pm

Mohammed Abdulkadir Osman, from London, is alleged to have knifed the teenage soldier in the chest with a switchblade


Sounds Turkish....
London Turks in CY?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... ldier.html
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