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Re: Are Cypriots allowed to vote in Greece's national electi

Postby Flying Horse » Mon Aug 18, 2014 12:15 pm

This is like asking if Scottish people living out of Scotland should be allowed to vote on independence.

No.
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Re: Are Cypriots allowed to vote in Greece's national electi

Postby Paphitis » Mon Aug 18, 2014 1:01 pm

kurupetos wrote:
Cap wrote:As 'Greeks' of Cyprus, surely this should be permissible. :?

Sticky innit?

That's because your mates, the Angloamericunts, didn't allow us to unite with Greece in 1959. :evil:

Now, bugger off, you little traitor! :twisted:


It appears that the Americans might have done us a favour!

Anyway, why would you insist on Enosis with a foreign country? I mean, if it's such a big deal, then why not seek Enosis with a country like the USA, Canada, Australia, NZ, Japan, South Korea, France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Austria, Germany etc etc instead? It makes more sense!

I'm too nationalistic to see the point I guess!
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Re: Are Cypriots allowed to vote in Greece's national electi

Postby Paphitis » Mon Aug 18, 2014 1:07 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:Greek city states were always independent from each other. Such elections, whether in Cyprus or Greece, are in keeping with the "local" nature of governance. Main difference is that foreigners have tried to destroy that sense of oneness of our culture and history with their divisive policies.

Back to the point of what else Greece gives us for free; university places.


In that case, I reckon the RoC should be happy to have ENOSIS with Australia because it offers Cypriots free university places as well. Ask GR!

At least if Cyprus was Australian Territory, it would have no issue with turning the occupied areas into glass.
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Re: Are Cypriots allowed to vote in Greece's national electi

Postby Get Real! » Mon Aug 18, 2014 3:24 pm

Flying Horse wrote:This is like asking if Scottish people living out of Scotland should be allowed to vote on independence.

:? Are you sure about that?
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Re: Are Cypriots allowed to vote in Greece's national electi

Postby kurupetos » Tue Aug 19, 2014 2:09 am

Cap wrote:Twas a fair question.
How does that make me a traitor?

Cypriots are Greeks and you are anti-Greek. Simple enough? :roll:
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Re: Are Cypriots allowed to vote in Greece's national electi

Postby kurupetos » Tue Aug 19, 2014 2:13 am

Paphitis wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
Cap wrote:As 'Greeks' of Cyprus, surely this should be permissible. :?

Sticky innit?

That's because your mates, the Angloamericunts, didn't allow us to unite with Greece in 1959. :evil:

Now, bugger off, you little traitor! :twisted:


It appears that the Americans might have done us a favour!

Anyway, why would you insist on Enosis with a foreign country? I mean, if it's such a big deal, then why not seek Enosis with a country like the USA, Canada, Australia, NZ, Japan, South Korea, France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Austria, Germany etc etc instead? It makes more sense!

I'm too nationalistic to see the point I guess!

What favour, you fool? :? You have lived all your life in Australia. :roll:
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Re: Are Cypriots allowed to vote in Greece's national electi

Postby kurupetos » Tue Aug 19, 2014 2:33 am

GreekIslandGirl wrote:Greek city states were always independent from each other. Such elections, whether in Cyprus or Greece, are in keeping with the "local" nature of governance. Main difference is that foreigners have tried to destroy that sense of oneness of our culture and history with their divisive policies.

Back to the point of what else Greece gives us for free; university places.

Don't waste your time with this fool. He supports the imperialist Angloamericans, who are responsible for Cyprus not being part of Greece.

If Cypriots had been allowed to choose in 1959, Cyprus would be part of Greece and Cypriots would vote in Greece's national elections.
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Re: Are Cypriots allowed to vote in Greece's national electi

Postby Paphitis » Tue Aug 19, 2014 2:59 am

kurupetos wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
Cap wrote:As 'Greeks' of Cyprus, surely this should be permissible. :?

Sticky innit?

That's because your mates, the Angloamericunts, didn't allow us to unite with Greece in 1959. :evil:

Now, bugger off, you little traitor! :twisted:


It appears that the Americans might have done us a favour!

Anyway, why would you insist on Enosis with a foreign country? I mean, if it's such a big deal, then why not seek Enosis with a country like the USA, Canada, Australia, NZ, Japan, South Korea, France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Austria, Germany etc etc instead? It makes more sense!

I'm too nationalistic to see the point I guess!

What favour, you fool? :? You have lived all your life in Australia. :roll:


It's lucky I bring a more international perspective to the fold.

Greece has been an incredibly unstable country. Look at its history. After WW2, there was the civil War, Juntas and Coups, and now economic collapse. Imagine what would happen to poor Cyprus if we were a province.

For that reason, if you think Cypriots are a bunch of poofs and pansies, and need to have ENOSIS with a bigger foreign country, then may I suggest Union with Australia.

You see, Australia, in the true spirit of SPARTA ( :lol: ) has no issue with sending Turkey a casus belli! :wink:
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Re: Are Cypriots allowed to vote in Greece's national electi

Postby yialousa1971 » Tue Aug 19, 2014 3:00 am

kurupetos wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:Greek city states were always independent from each other. Such elections, whether in Cyprus or Greece, are in keeping with the "local" nature of governance. Main difference is that foreigners have tried to destroy that sense of oneness of our culture and history with their divisive policies.

Back to the point of what else Greece gives us for free; university places.

Don't waste your time with this fool. He supports the imperialist Angloamericans, who are responsible for Cyprus not being part of Greece.

If Cypriots had been allowed to choose in 1959, Cyprus would be part of Greece and Cypriots would vote in Greece's national elections.


Cap is from Africa therefore he must be a Kneegrow. :wink:
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Re: Are Cypriots allowed to vote in Greece's national electi

Postby Cap » Tue Aug 19, 2014 7:10 am

Obviously I've hit a nerve. Again.
I'm not anti Greek, just anti Banana.
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