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Re: Zaman's hypocrisy

Postby Maximus » Thu Feb 28, 2013 1:14 pm

I dont think the problem will be solved if things continue to tread down this path.

The 'talks' should revolve around the implementation of the UN resolutions, a Turkish withdrawal, repatriation of settlers and full repsect to Cypriots property rights without any preconditions or interference by the invader or foreign powers as to how Cyprus should end up. One concession by the republic is too much in my opinion and since this seems to be all the republic has been doing, without any reciprocy from the otherside, time and never ending negotiations has just served its purpose in providing ammunition for them to use it as propoganda against the victim.

Turkey has no track record of being peacful or stable and the whole situation is laced with malicious intent towards Cyprus. Even Cyprus's so called allies are plotting her future demis (annan plan is a case in point) through subterfuge at these so called 'peace' talks.
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Re: Zaman's hypocrisy

Postby Maximus » Thu Feb 28, 2013 1:15 pm

..post above was duplicated by system error. deleted double post.
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Re: Zaman's hypocrisy

Postby B25 » Thu Feb 28, 2013 1:30 pm

"The 'talks' should revolve around the implementation of the UN resolutions, a Turkish withdrawal, repatriation of settlers and full respect to Cypriots property rights without any preconditions or interference by the invader or foreign powers as to how Cyprus should end up. "

This the be all and end all of the Cyprob and until we can insist upon this, we will always be screwed over. Time for action. Amen to your words Max.
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Re: Zaman's hypocrisy

Postby Viewpoint » Thu Feb 28, 2013 2:33 pm

Pyrpolizer wrote:Meanwhile the EU pays us about 100 million per year as compensation because Turkey refuses to apply the Ankara Protocol.
http://www.mfa.gov.cy/mfa/mfa2006.nsf/c ... yprus17_en
Sooner or later the EU will force Turkey to pay all those amounts back to her from 2004 upto date +interest. That would be roughly about 1 billion. So I say, let Turkey accumulate debts. Sooner or later she will PAY :D :D :D :D


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Re: Zaman's hypocrisy

Postby Viewpoint » Thu Feb 28, 2013 2:35 pm

Pyrpolizer wrote:
Maximus wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:
Maximus wrote:VP, you are correct again. Turkey has maintained a consistent stance throughout the process on this issue.

It's Cyprus and the European Union's problem for allowing things to develop and progress like this. The Turks will just continue to make a mockery of the whole process [va thixouv to nouv tous].

The question is, what is the European union going to do about it?


The European Union is collecting tramp cards my friend. They are not stupid. Sooner or later Turkey will pay back the EU + Interest. :wink:


I hope I live to see the day Pyrpolizer but Turkey has never been brought to acocunt for any of her injustices yet.


For the moment Turkey pays indirectly. This means she is losing money for having her chapters frozen.
Unfortunately the same happens to the Kibrislis today. They pay indirectly, by losing money that otherwise they would get a share from. To start with, they are losing their share from the tourists that arrive here. Only recently they started getting some crumbs, but they are still losing.
That's why some Kypreoi don't really want the Cyprus problem be solved...


Now theres the truth.
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Re: Zaman's hypocrisy

Postby Viewpoint » Thu Feb 28, 2013 2:54 pm

Maximus wrote:I dont think the problem will be solved if things continue to tread down this path.

The 'talks' should revolve around the implementation of the UN resolutions, a Turkish withdrawal, repatriation of settlers and full repsect to Cypriots property rights without any preconditions or interference by the invader or foreign powers as to how Cyprus should end up. One concession by the republic is too much in my opinion and since this seems to be all the republic has been doing, without any reciprocy from the otherside, time and never ending negotiations has just served its purpose in providing ammunition for them to use it as propoganda against the victim.

Turkey has no track record of being peacful or stable and the whole situation is laced with malicious intent towards Cyprus. Even Cyprus's so called allies are plotting her future demis (annan plan is a case in point) through subterfuge at these so called 'peace' talks.


Do you hand on heart honestly think you can solve the Cyprus problem with the above outlook? The Turkish Army withdrawal, New Generation TCs departing and property rights are part of the overall package do you realize this? they are all linked to one another without one you cannot have the others, so how do suggest we share power?

If you think you will get all your demands without an overall solution like the last 39 years should have taught you, you are pissing in the wind.
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Re: Zaman's hypocrisy

Postby Maximus » Thu Feb 28, 2013 3:09 pm

Because VP, they know that Cyprus is not on the right track to become a normal european country. As things are, the republic can function and she is somewhat normal, despite the occupation.

the whole thing is a setup for more potential and future 'interventions' because 'Turks' and the rest of the vermin that settled on the island have it in for the Kypreoi. The Kypreoi are expected to demilatise at the other end as well. None of this make me feel easy to be honest.

the mindset in the north is not normal and dare I say, not even humane.
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Re: Zaman's hypocrisy

Postby Viewpoint » Thu Feb 28, 2013 3:25 pm

Maximus wrote:Because VP, they know that Cyprus is not on the right track to become a normal european country. As things are, the republic can function and she is somewhat normal, despite the occupation.

the whole thing is a setup for more potential and future 'interventions' because 'Turks' and the rest of the vermin that settled on the island have it in for the Kypreoi. The Kypreoi are expected to demilatise at the other end as well. None of this make me feel easy to be honest.

the mindset in the north is not normal and dare I say, not even humane.


I understand why you would look at it from that angle but believe me we would never harm you or allow anyone to do so unless we were provoked to defend ourselves as was the case in the past. I would never expect the south to get rid of its army unless we did also, I no longer want to place anyones lives in danger we all just want to live a peaceful exsistence. You really need to revise your outlook about the north as you have either been fed preconcieved ideas or are plain stupid.
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Re: Zaman's hypocrisy

Postby Maximus » Thu Feb 28, 2013 3:32 pm

bollox, just pure bollox VP,

the presence of 'turkishness' is being forced upon the Cypriot nation and it upsets the natural balance of the island.

Seperation is the ultimate best solution, seperated by 40km of sea for everyones peace of mind.
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Re: Zaman's hypocrisy

Postby Viewpoint » Thu Feb 28, 2013 3:35 pm

Maximus wrote:bollox, just pure bollox VP,

the presence of 'turkishness' is being forced upon the Cypriot nation and it upsets the natural balance of the island.

Seperation is the ultimate best solution, seperated by 40km of sea for everyones peace of mind.


Noway, this will never happen did your grandfather teach you this?
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