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Re: European Principles

Postby Maximus » Thu May 16, 2013 1:18 pm

Just listen to the man and try to work out what is going on his mind, his thought process and how many Turks he and his ilk have managed to persuade.

“We see it as the delirium of a deputy. We don't take it seriously. We hold talks concerning visas with the EU Commission. We cannot sacrifice these talks due to the efforts of a deputy to attract attention. If we had said ‘yes' to such ungrounded demands, we would have put the action plan into action. But we did not care about this and requested the preparation of an action plan that includes our sensitivities, and we are after our request.” Bagis Said.

This is the message,

"we think you must be confused. You cant be serious. We are hosting talks concerning giving us a key to your house through the town council so we can come and go as we please. We are not going to sacrifice these talks because an employee is an attention seeker. If we agree to your unfounded demands, we would have implemented the Ankara protocol in full and complied with the Copenhagen criteria. We do not care about this, we want you to prepare a plan that takes into account how sensitive we are. This is what we are after." Bagis said.

Sure, the Greek Cypriots are to blame that Turkey's EU accession process is in complete deadlock............ :roll:
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Re: European Principles

Postby Lordo » Thu May 16, 2013 2:18 pm

Maximus wrote:Just listen to the man and try to work out what is going on his mind, his thought process and how many Turks he and his ilk have managed to persuade.

“We see it as the delirium of a deputy. We don't take it seriously. We hold talks concerning visas with the EU Commission. We cannot sacrifice these talks due to the efforts of a deputy to attract attention. If we had said ‘yes' to such ungrounded demands, we would have put the action plan into action. But we did not care about this and requested the preparation of an action plan that includes our sensitivities, and we are after our request.” Bagis Said.

This is the message,

"we think you must be confused. You cant be serious. We are hosting talks concerning giving us a key to your house through the town council so we can come and go as we please. We are not going to sacrifice these talks because an employee is an attention seeker. If we agree to your unfounded demands, we would have implemented the Ankara protocol in full and complied with the Copenhagen criteria. We do not care about this, we want you to prepare a plan that takes into account how sensitive we are. This is what we are after." Bagis said.

Sure, the Greek Cypriots are to blame that Turkey's EU accession process is in complete deadlock............ :roll:

of course we are going to have eu principles. you will have it in the south and we will have it in the north. i dont understand what you are complaining about honestly.
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Re: European Principles

Postby Maximus » Thu May 16, 2013 2:21 pm

So what is with the hold up Lordo? Why hasn't the EU aquis been implemented island wide yet?
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Re: European Principles

Postby Oceanside50 » Thu May 16, 2013 3:11 pm

Lordo wrote:
Maximus wrote:Just listen to the man and try to work out what is going on his mind, his thought process and how many Turks he and his ilk have managed to persuade.

“We see it as the delirium of a deputy. We don't take it seriously. We hold talks concerning visas with the EU Commission. We cannot sacrifice these talks due to the efforts of a deputy to attract attention. If we had said ‘yes' to such ungrounded demands, we would have put the action plan into action. But we did not care about this and requested the preparation of an action plan that includes our sensitivities, and we are after our request.” Bagis Said.

This is the message,

"we think you must be confused. You cant be serious. We are hosting talks concerning giving us a key to your house through the town council so we can come and go as we please. We are not going to sacrifice these talks because an employee is an attention seeker. If we agree to your unfounded demands, we would have implemented the Ankara protocol in full and complied with the Copenhagen criteria. We do not care about this, we want you to prepare a plan that takes into account how sensitive we are. This is what we are after." Bagis said

Sure, the Greek Cypriots are to blame that Turkey's EU accession process is in complete deadlock............ :roll:

of course we are going to have eu principles. you will have it in the south and we will have it in the north. i dont understand what you are complaining about honestly.


How can there be eu principles with you still in the north of Cyprus?
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Re: European Principles

Postby Kikapu » Thu May 16, 2013 7:05 pm

Maximus wrote:Just listen to the man and try to work out what is going on his mind, his thought process and how many Turks he and his ilk have managed to persuade.

“We see it as the delirium of a deputy. We don't take it seriously. We hold talks concerning visas with the EU Commission. We cannot sacrifice these talks due to the efforts of a deputy to attract attention. If we had said ‘yes' to such ungrounded demands, we would have put the action plan into action. But we did not care about this and requested the preparation of an action plan that includes our sensitivities, and we are after our request.” Bagis Said.

This is the message,

"we think you must be confused. You cant be serious. We are hosting talks concerning giving us a key to your house through the town council so we can come and go as we please. We are not going to sacrifice these talks because an employee is an attention seeker. If we agree to your unfounded demands, we would have implemented the Ankara protocol in full and complied with the Copenhagen criteria. We do not care about this, we want you to prepare a plan that takes into account how sensitive we are. This is what we are after." Bagis said.

Sure, the Greek Cypriots are to blame that Turkey's EU accession process is in complete deadlock............ :roll:


This is one of the classic statements ever made by Bagis in 2011 regarding Turkey's failed EU bid. :lol: :lol: :lol:

In response to criticism by opposition lawmakers that Croatia had overtaken Turkey even though membership talks began simultaneously, Bagis said the situation would have been different for Turkey if “it had said yes to everything like Croatia.”

http://famagusta-gazette.com/turkey-wil ... 537-69.htm
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Re: European Principles

Postby Maximus » Thu May 16, 2013 7:46 pm

Kikapu wrote:
Maximus wrote:Just listen to the man and try to work out what is going on his mind, his thought process and how many Turks he and his ilk have managed to persuade.

“We see it as the delirium of a deputy. We don't take it seriously. We hold talks concerning visas with the EU Commission. We cannot sacrifice these talks due to the efforts of a deputy to attract attention. If we had said ‘yes' to such ungrounded demands, we would have put the action plan into action. But we did not care about this and requested the preparation of an action plan that includes our sensitivities, and we are after our request.” Bagis Said.

This is the message,

"we think you must be confused. You cant be serious. We are hosting talks concerning giving us a key to your house through the town council so we can come and go as we please. We are not going to sacrifice these talks because an employee is an attention seeker. If we agree to your unfounded demands, we would have implemented the Ankara protocol in full and complied with the Copenhagen criteria. We do not care about this, we want you to prepare a plan that takes into account how sensitive we are. This is what we are after." Bagis said.

Sure, the Greek Cypriots are to blame that Turkey's EU accession process is in complete deadlock............ :roll:


This is one of the classic statements ever made by Bagis in 2011 regarding Turkey's failed EU bid. :lol: :lol: :lol:

In response to criticism by opposition lawmakers that Croatia had overtaken Turkey even though membership talks began simultaneously, Bagis said the situation would have been different for Turkey if “it had said yes to everything like Croatia.”

http://famagusta-gazette.com/turkey-wil ... 537-69.htm


He also rebuked the EU for suggesting the drafting up of a plan that takes into account Turkeys sensitivities. Merkel suggested a strategic partnership back in 2004 but Bagis referred to it as an insult and said nothing but full membership will do. He has been insulting the EU ever since. he is a clown and devoid of European principles.
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Re: European Principles

Postby Get Real! » Thu May 16, 2013 8:57 pm

Maximus wrote:European Principles

The EU is closely monitoring this thread in the hope that they’ll benefit from your newfound theory.
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Re: European Principles

Postby Lordo » Thu May 16, 2013 9:46 pm

what principles. haircut. oh yeah.
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Re: European Principles

Postby Maximus » Thu May 16, 2013 9:49 pm

Lordo wrote:what principles. haircut. oh yeah.


We all pay for everything in this world Lordo. In one currency or another. The Greek Cypriots paid for Christofias' ignorance, overspending and sheer incompetence.

What is the price for the Turkish Cypriots?
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Re: European Principles

Postby supporttheunderdog » Sat May 18, 2013 7:42 pm

And now European principles impose requirements on how olive oil is served in restaurants.....pathetic...
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