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Postby Mustiejodu » Sun Mar 02, 2014 11:25 am

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repulsewarrior wrote:...but it is not just the EU Turkey torments by tormenting Cyprus. what of the Syrians, the Jews, Egyptians and Lebanese? What of the Russians, and the Americans? Turkey can only meddle, and hope that from it a benefit will befall her, because she has nothing to bring to the table other than an interest in the spoils. tell me, Mustiejodu, how great is the Turkish Navy, that she stands alone, none of these "People" i've mentioned are presently "friends".

...of course, from my position, from Cyprus, i am grateful, i don't suffer the same grand illusions, being very small, our brains lead to reason; and with our neighbours our relations stay strong, peaceful, and continue to grow. but i am curious, are you a "Turk" or Turkish, you sound a bit too proud, to be Cypriot.



Too proud to be cypriot. What kind of insult is this? What is your ethnic background? What faith do you follow? What language do you speak.


Your relations do not stay strong with your neighbours because it's very weak with turkey that's why you joined eu. Your pally pally relationship with israel did not amount to anything as israel apologised to turkey and their relationship is back on course. Turkey is a key player in the region and must be able to and capable of flexing her muscles. You are not and you need to realise this and hush your beak.
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Re: Turkey Invades Cyprus-EU waters ...

Postby repulsewarrior » Sun Mar 02, 2014 5:57 pm

...you are this, and you should do that, you need to realise; makes me wonder, since you are talking to Cypriots, what are you?
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Re: Turkey Invades Cyprus-EU waters ...

Postby Mustiejodu » Sun Mar 02, 2014 8:00 pm

Your a true politician . Only prepared to ask questions but won't answer anything yourself. Untill you clarify your ethnic background,your faith,your mother tongue I won't answer your query. :lol:
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Re: Turkey Invades Cyprus-EU waters ...

Postby kurupetos » Sun Mar 02, 2014 8:32 pm

Mustiejodu wrote:Your a true politician . Only prepared to ask questions but won't answer anything yourself. Untill you clarify your ethnic background,your faith,your mother tongue I won't answer your query. :lol:

You are British.
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Re: Turkey Invades Cyprus-EU waters ...

Postby Mustiejodu » Sun Mar 02, 2014 11:42 pm

You must be Irish?
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Re: Turkey Invades Cyprus-EU waters ...

Postby repulsewarrior » Mon Mar 03, 2014 12:01 am

...my village was/is "mixed", (so we were told by the British), and whatever my origins they date back to this village at least four/five hundred years. there are trees on my uncle's land that date back to the Apostle Paul, at least so say the pilgrims that come to visit them. my Grandmother's house was not the oldest, but it is over two hundred years old, the neighbour is Turkish, and the same family 150 years. my Great Aunt had a beautiful home at the top of the hill, with her goats and her sheep, it is very old, but not as old as her sister's. we had a garden and it was enough to make our daily living, selling our fruits, and vegetables to others around us. we enjoyed a very enriching existence with others like us, loving, close to nature, and close to God; like families everywhere, close and closed, units and units apart, yet as villagers we shared pretty well everything. births, deaths, marriages, were some of these things, cheese making, canning, oil, and clothes, come to mind as trade, wheat, olives and carob, were picked and sold collectively too.

...as you will deduce, i am not a younger person, i can remember '63 as well as '74. no "Greek" although my origins are Greek speaking, i Love (i hope that says enough about religion), i am grateful to be in Canada because it is a country of people that value the Freedom that comes from respect, and i am Cypriot, first. you?
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Re: Turkey Invades Cyprus-EU waters ...

Postby kurupetos » Mon Mar 03, 2014 12:15 am

Mustiejodu wrote:You must be Irish?

I bet you have lived most of your life in the UK. Are you an ATCA loser? :lol:
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