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The Bankrupt Regime of "trnc"

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Re: The Bankrupt Regime of "trnc"

Postby Viewpoint » Mon Aug 05, 2013 11:45 pm

Flying Horse wrote:
Not sure how
, because I aren't a politician!

I don't disagree that both sides should be considered equal as an island of people indigenous to it. Please make yourself aware of that. Regardless of my GC family.

Now this is where the personal view of it comes in...... there is land in the North that belongs to my family, and only my family have the right to it(Not even sure we want it back tbh). We are so few in number in surname, we stand alone in the UK, and probably Cyprus too! This is why I can't quite agree to a two sided island with their own governing bodies etc(as I am slightly biased. BUT..... I have to take that personal view out of the equation and look at a far bigger picture. This is where the 'not quite sure how' part comes in.

Its not me that's messing with lives, its the powers that be which do. I'm not a politician.

I can't shout down what you say VP, as I am neither equipped with enough knowledge, nor am I so ignorant. I am also totally for sharing, but I think by now you will have noticed that :)
So far though, neither viewpoint is the better choice for all, which is why it goes around in circles. :?


But one viewpoint wants to force us TCs to live in a state under an administration we do not want how can you say that is equal to the one where people are given the option to live in the state of their choice.

Im sorry you have lost the right to property in the north but this is a two way street my family also has lost land in the south but in my solution you should be offered return where physically possible or compensation to buy where ever you wish but the alternative is forcing people to keep property under an administration they do not want to live under, can you understand the difference?
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Re: The Bankrupt Regime of "trnc"

Postby Demonax » Tue Aug 06, 2013 1:12 am

bill cobbett wrote:"trnc" = "founding nation" ... :lol: :lol: :lol:

Oh Gawd... !!!

CF is full of particularly dim-witted and shit-fed Mushrooms tonight... :lol:


I think Lordo is twelve years old. His posts are only comprehensible if you bear that in mind. And for a twelve year old they’re still rubbish. :lol:
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Re: The Bankrupt Regime of "trnc"

Postby Lordo » Tue Aug 06, 2013 1:49 am

i think some you boys smokin too much that weed stop it. look around. which countries have multiple official languages. there is your answer. I was driving by the courts the other day and saw the work mahkeme, any of you boys what it means, it is your official language. you boys still stuck in 55, i mean 1955. you have not woken up now its too late. two states nice and simple.
and we'll take 30% of all resources till you accept. now there is a challenge. that little incident with the itys pipe ship was just a reminder the collector is in place and ready to collect.
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Re: The Bankrupt Regime of "trnc"

Postby Demonax » Tue Aug 06, 2013 2:15 am

Lordo wrote:i think some you boys smokin too much that weed stop it. look around. which countries have multiple official languages. there is your answer. I was driving by the courts the other day and saw the work mahkeme, any of you boys what it means, it is your official language. you boys still stuck in 55, i mean 1955. you have not woken up now its too late. two states nice and simple.
and we'll take 30% of all resources till you accept. now there is a challenge. that little incident with the itys pipe ship was just a reminder the collector is in place and ready to collect.


Lordo, it’s way past your bedtime. Now go to sleep like a good boy. And stop making up silly stories. You know it'll only make your nose grow even bigger! :lol:
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Re: The Bankrupt Regime of "trnc"

Postby kimon07 » Tue Aug 06, 2013 7:29 am

Lordo wrote:i think some you boys smokin too much that weed stop it. look around. which countries have multiple official languages.....


It looks like your long association with the anatolians has caused worse damage to your brains than I could even suspect.

In any event, thanks for the tip and for giving me the chance to bash another one of the "arguments" of your mama's propaganda.

(Next time tell them to come up with something smarter to feed you).


Official Languages of Switzerland

The four national languages of Switzerland are German, French, Italian, and Romansh.[2] Only three of these languages, however, maintain equal status as official languages at the national level within the Federal Administration of the Swiss Confederation: German, French, and Italian.[3]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languages_of_Switzerland

Official Languages of Belgium

The Kingdom of Belgium has three official languages: Dutch, French, and German. A number of non-official, minority languages and dialects are spoken as well. English is widely spoken throughout the country as a second or third language by native Belgians.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languages_of_Belgium

United Kingdom

Minority language(s) officially recognised

Welsh, Scottish Gaelic, Lowland Scots, Cornish, Irish, British Sign Language

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languages_ ... ed_Kingdom
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Re: The Bankrupt Regime of "trnc"

Postby kimon07 » Tue Aug 06, 2013 9:00 am

Lordo wrote:i think some you boys smokin too much that weed stop it. look around. which countries have multiple official languages. there is your answer. I was driving by the courts the other day and saw the work mahkeme, any of you boys what it means, it is your official language. you boys still stuck in 55, i mean 1955. you have not woken up now its too late. two states nice and simple.
and we'll take 30% of all resources till you accept. now there is a challenge. that little incident with the itys pipe ship was just a reminder the collector is in place and ready to collect.


Don't be daft. They thought YOU drilled oil in Famagusta as you had promissed you would, and they came to steal it from YOU.

If it was our gas they were after they would be next to the platform which drills off the south coast. Remember? But I supose THAT platform is far "outside the reach" of your mama, if you know what I mean eh?
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Re: The Bankrupt Regime of "trnc"

Postby Lordo » Tue Aug 06, 2013 11:40 am

i gather after the incident the itys run away. but thats another story, you would think you would know what the italians do in a war situation.

when it comes to the word Mahkeme, what is it and why is it on the south lefkosa court house. this question is not for the elambuis as i know longer read your posts.
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Re: The Bankrupt Regime of "trnc"

Postby Demonax » Tue Aug 06, 2013 6:33 pm

Oh dear...

North’s economy unsustainable

The economic structures in the northern part of Cyprus are not sustainable, stressed Günay Çerkez, the head of the Turkish Cypriot Chamber of Commerce, and Ali Çıralı, the head of the Turkish Cypriot Chamber of Industry.

In an interview with Ödül Aşık Ülker for Yenidüzen newspaper, Mr. Çıralı argues that the import of certain products should be banned or taxed at higher rates. Mr. Çerkez however disagreed, pointing out that the economy cannot grow through bans.

Mr. Çıralı underlined that there is a deficit of hundreds of millions of dollars between the money that comes into the north and the money that leaves the north, adding that, for now, that deficit is being covered by Turkey. “We have a crisis, but it is a hidden crisis because the deficit is being covered. This is how we maintain the economy. But this is not a sustainable structure,” stressed Mr. Çıralı.


http://www.lemoncy.eu/news_detail.php?Vid=274
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Re: The Bankrupt Regime of "trnc"

Postby bill cobbett » Wed Sep 18, 2013 2:26 am

A collection of unofficial muhktars, representing what are passed off as "municipalities" in "trnc", have admitted that they are nearly bankrupt and that they are unable to pay their staff...

http://www.lemoncy.eu/news_detail.php?Vid=366
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Re: The Bankrupt Regime of "trnc"

Postby Demonax » Fri Nov 07, 2014 12:50 am

Hmmm....

The "KTEZO" gives data on the working population and the economic situation in the occupied area of Cyprus

Turkish Cypriot daily Volkan newspaper (06.11.14) reports that the "Turkish Cypriot Tradesmen and Craftsmen Chamber" (KTEZO) in a press conference organized yesterday, evaluated the socio-economic and political situation in the occupied area of Cyprus and announced their social goals for the future.

According to the paper, speaking during the press conference, the chairman of the "chamber" Mahmut Kanber and the "general coordinator" Hurrem Tulga stated, inter alia, that the number of population which is able to work in the occupied area of Cyprus is 120 thousand, adding that half of this population work under the minimum wage while the 20% of this population is unemployed.

Stating that the per capital income including the income from the casinos and harlotry is 15,000 US dollars Tulga added that 95% of all sectors in the occupied area of Cyprus are in a situation of bankruptcy.


http://www.hri.org/news/cyprus/tcpr/201 ... .tcpr.html
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