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Re: President Anastasiades announces reforms

Postby Viewpoint » Fri May 03, 2013 3:14 pm

Where exactly did we claim that? we do not have th advanatages of recognition and the EU as you do, big difference Mr.[/quote]

So you admit you are deeper in the human waste than we are.[/quote]


Your economy has takrn the biggest nose dive in its history and you are more worried about us, thats nice but really you should save yourselves first before helping others.
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Re: President Anastasiades announces reforms

Postby CBBB » Fri May 03, 2013 3:23 pm

Viewpoint wrote:Where exactly did we claim that? we do not have th advanatages of recognition and the EU as you do, big difference Mr.

CBBB wrote:So you admit you are deeper in the human waste than we are.



Your economy has takrn the biggest nose dive in its history and you are more worried about us, thats nice but really you should save yourselves first before helping others.


Don't worry, we will save ourselves before helping those that unilaterally declared independence from the RoC, so therefore have no rights over our natural resources.

PS I fixed the quotes for you! :roll:
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Re: President Anastasiades announces reforms

Postby Lordo » Fri May 03, 2013 3:26 pm

CBBB wrote:
Viewpoint wrote:Where exactly did we claim that? we do not have th advanatages of recognition and the EU as you do, big difference Mr.

CBBB wrote:So you admit you are deeper in the human waste than we are.



Your economy has takrn the biggest nose dive in its history and you are more worried about us, thats nice but really you should save yourselves first before helping others.


Don't worry, we will save ourselves before helping those that unilaterally declared independence from the RoC, so therefore have no rights over our natural resources.

PS I fixed the quotes for you! :roll:

bad luck you did not recognise the trnc so 30% of resources belongs to the tcs. now we have the collecting agent ready to recover.
try stopping them.
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Re: President Anastasiades announces reforms

Postby CBBB » Fri May 03, 2013 4:01 pm

Lordo wrote:
CBBB wrote:
Viewpoint wrote:Where exactly did we claim that? we do not have th advanatages of recognition and the EU as you do, big difference Mr.

CBBB wrote:So you admit you are deeper in the human waste than we are.



Your economy has takrn the biggest nose dive in its history and you are more worried about us, thats nice but really you should save yourselves first before helping others.


Don't worry, we will save ourselves before helping those that unilaterally declared independence from the RoC, so therefore have no rights over our natural resources.

PS I fixed the quotes for you! :roll:

bad luck you did not recognise the trnc so 30% of resources belongs to the tcs. now we have the collecting agent ready to recover.
try stopping them.


Please explain your logic, as your are "independent" your supposed EEZ is nowhere near our gas fields?
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Re: President Anastasiades announces reforms

Postby Get Real! » Fri May 03, 2013 4:14 pm

Lordo wrote:bad luck you did not recognise the trnc so 30% of resources belongs to the tcs. now we have the collecting agent ready to recover.
try stopping them.

Sure, put your palms together and come closer... :lol:
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Re: President Anastasiades announces reforms

Postby repulsewarrior » Fri May 03, 2013 5:30 pm

Viewpoint wrote:Where exactly did we claim that? we do not have th advanatages of recognition and the EU as you do, big difference Mr.


So you admit you are deeper in the human waste than we are.[/quote]


Your economy has takrn the biggest nose dive in its history and you are more worried about us, thats nice but really you should save yourselves first before helping others.[/quote]

vp, this is not the first time that the economy is torn to shreds, although it is the first time it can be said that the "Turks" had nothing to do with it. so much faith is but in Turkey, the strong and powerful country that it is. and yet, the so called TRNC is a shit-hole so to speak, using your own analogy, a regime which has no horse and now no barn, peasent-slaves when spoken of by Erdogan, oops, Eroglu.

...more to the subject, i like the fact that the BoC has appointed a Turkish Cypriot as a vice-chair.
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Re: President Anastasiades announces reforms

Postby CBBB » Fri May 03, 2013 5:43 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:
Viewpoint wrote:Where exactly did we claim that? we do not have th advanatages of recognition and the EU as you do, big difference Mr.


So you admit you are deeper in the human waste than we are.



Your economy has takrn the biggest nose dive in its history and you are more worried about us, thats nice but really you should save yourselves first before helping others.[/quote]

vp, this is not the first time that the economy is torn to shreds, although it is the first time it can be said that the "Turks" had nothing to do with it. so much faith is but in Turkey, the strong and powerful country that it is. and yet, the so called TRNC is a shit-hole so to speak, using your own analogy, a regime which has no horse and now no barn, peasent-slaves when spoken of by Erdogan, oops, Eroglu.

...more to the subject, i like the fact that the BoC has appointed a Turkish Cypriot as a vice-chair.[/quote]

It has to be symbolic, having met him, and knowing a number of ES people that were educated with him, he is eligible to be a replacement for the Toff after he dies, and his village needs a new idiot.
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Re: President Anastasiades announces reforms

Postby repulsewarrior » Fri May 03, 2013 5:58 pm

Get Real! wrote:
Lordo wrote:bad luck you did not recognise the trnc so 30% of resources belongs to the tcs. now we have the collecting agent ready to recover.
try stopping them.

Sure, put your palms together and come closer... :lol:


...are you suggesting WW III, Lordo?

indeed terkey, i mean Erdogan looks ready to start it, the whole world will suffer for "Turkey" his deep-state to get Tribute, Cyprus back, from Britain. what is possible is a neo-Ottoman state, where "Turkishness" is exported, and where Turkey's influence rivals the Western (read: EU) World. it is an honourable effort if real enemies are envisioned (hunger, disease, ignorance), but in this case sadly it means more death, more misery, more plunder. an idle threat, just so long as it's said in jest, right?

@CBBB, nothing too remarkable there, whether the Board voted in a dupe (to be expected) or a working executive (given what the President intends to do) is to be seen, the Truth has a funny way of revealing what happened, that it was done says something about the large issue as well.
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Re: President Anastasiades announces reforms

Postby Oceanside50 » Fri May 03, 2013 10:44 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:
Oceanside50 wrote:Now now Vp, what do you think of my proposal for your equality?


Have you proposed to VP? :shock:

Ding dong .... CF wedding. :D


No ding dong ding, we're not gay
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Re: President Anastasiades announces reforms

Postby kurupetos » Sat May 04, 2013 12:10 am

CBBB wrote:It has to be symbolic, having met him, and knowing a number of ES people that were educated with him, he is eligible to be a replacement for the Toff after he dies, and his village needs a new idiot.

Is he sort of a 'house nigger'?
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