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What is needed for recognition?

Postby Viewpoint » Fri Jan 11, 2013 10:19 am

Whay exactly is needed to be recognized as an independant state? If 7 countries take the step to recognize the TRNC then do all the other countries follow, or if the USA decided they wanted to they could easily persuade the rest of the world?
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Re: What is needed for recognition?

Postby Me Ed » Fri Jan 11, 2013 11:55 am

Viewpoint wrote:Whay exactly is needed to be recognized as an independant state? If 7 countries take the step to recognize the TRNC then do all the other countries follow, or if the USA decided they wanted to they could easily persuade the rest of the world?


In a nutshell VP, recognition of your so called "trnc" is in the hands of the RoC and the GCs.
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Re: What is needed for recognition?

Postby Lordo » Fri Jan 11, 2013 1:02 pm

Me Ed wrote:
Viewpoint wrote:Whay exactly is needed to be recognized as an independant state? If 7 countries take the step to recognize the TRNC then do all the other countries follow, or if the USA decided they wanted to they could easily persuade the rest of the world?


In a nutshell VP, recognition of your so called "trnc" is in the hands of the RoC and the GCs.

if you are right and it is in the hands of the gcs then there is only one way. it has to be won and it has to be won with the barrel of a gun. it is the only thing you swine understand.

ennaynide sandon shillon bu efaen do gatsoshiron.
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Re: What is needed for recognition?

Postby Me Ed » Fri Jan 11, 2013 1:17 pm

Lordo wrote:
Me Ed wrote:
Viewpoint wrote:Whay exactly is needed to be recognized as an independant state? If 7 countries take the step to recognize the TRNC then do all the other countries follow, or if the USA decided they wanted to they could easily persuade the rest of the world?


In a nutshell VP, recognition of your so called "trnc" is in the hands of the RoC and the GCs.

if you are right and it is in the hands of the gcs then there is only one way. it has to be won and it has to be won with the barrel of a gun. it is the only thing you swine understand.

ennaynide sandon shillon bu efaen do gatsoshiron.


That won't work Lordo.
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Re: What is needed for recognition?

Postby Lordo » Fri Jan 11, 2013 1:23 pm

Me Ed wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Me Ed wrote:
Viewpoint wrote:Whay exactly is needed to be recognized as an independant state? If 7 countries take the step to recognize the TRNC then do all the other countries follow, or if the USA decided they wanted to they could easily persuade the rest of the world?


In a nutshell VP, recognition of your so called "trnc" is in the hands of the RoC and the GCs.

if you are right and it is in the hands of the gcs then there is only one way. it has to be won and it has to be won with the barrel of a gun. it is the only thing you swine understand.

ennaynide sandon shillon bu efaen do gatsoshiron.


That won't work Lordo.

that remains to be seen. I am not aware of a single country who was given idependence. it has to be won. All opressors are the same.
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Re: What is needed for recognition?

Postby Maximus » Fri Jan 11, 2013 1:29 pm

Turkey and the Psuedo state are the opressor's though.
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Re: What is needed for recognition?

Postby Me Ed » Fri Jan 11, 2013 1:33 pm

That's not entirely true Lordo, what about the Czech Republic and Slovakia and some Carribean Islands.

I don't think killing GCs is going to convince the USA and UK to recognise you.
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Re: What is needed for recognition?

Postby Maximus » Fri Jan 11, 2013 1:43 pm

Me Ed wrote:That's not entirely true Lordo, what about the Czech Republic and Slovakia and some Carribean Islands.

I don't think killing GCs is going to convince the USA and UK to recognise you.


Or the rest of the world.
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Re: What is needed for recognition?

Postby Kikapu » Fri Jan 11, 2013 1:46 pm

Viewpoint wrote:Whay exactly is needed to be recognized as an independant state? If 7 countries take the step to recognize the TRNC then do all the other countries follow, or if the USA decided they wanted to they could easily persuade the rest of the world?


Turkey does not want the "trnc" recognised. They just give the TCs lip service until the settlers replace the TCs altogether. They want the whole island, specially with the discoveries of natural resources, but that's also going to be a problem for Turkey now because of the EU. Their best hope was the AP in 2004.
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Re: What is needed for recognition?

Postby Viewpoint » Fri Jan 11, 2013 3:22 pm

We have to keep working hard to show that we are not going anywhere in fact our population growth continues and that the south does not want a solution. We have to increas international diplomacy and think of ways to use this gas find to our advantage, we muct work closely with USA to guarantee the route goes through the TRNC and Turkey giving us more leverage in working for recognition.
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