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Re: Critical confrontation in Cyprus

Postby Get Real! » Sun Nov 16, 2014 11:40 pm

Mustiejodu wrote:She is used to fighting against odds. When was the last time cyprus or Greece was actively involved in real combat .

Which war is it that Turkey was involved in? The ones in which she got lost among NATO members? :)
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Re: Critical confrontation in Cyprus

Postby Lordo » Mon Nov 17, 2014 12:36 am

Mustiejodu wrote:Lordo .

Was you around when the nazi Germans were around yet you mention this in your answer to my text . There is plenty of historical records from both spectrums to know history without living it. I was looking at it from a bigger picture and I can easily take a one sided view but if I do that on this forum no one actually wants to discuss anything except splatter out their points but not really have a discussion . Lordo in case you have not noticed all that occurs on this forum is a slagging match and I am sure at some point a lot of people on this forum must get mentally tired of all the hatred they have . It's bloody hard to hate all the time . Some people just need their heads examined. I am sure you remember when I used to come on this forum and Slagg the greeks off but I can't hate people just because of their creed and I avoid and keep my distance from people who generate bad feeling. Yes your right i did not experience what you or my parents experienced but that does not mean I don't have a valued point. It's all the people from the past and it's the history that is mainly that is blocking progress. I fear GC s will make the same errors as before because and this time it will be worse . Like then they are playing with politics and quietly preparing and lobbying. The Turks like then and for the last 40 years have been preparing with their army . North is literally full of turkish army. I can just picture what will happen . But I don't agree with it point blank

i agree that you dont have to have been there to know about it, but if you were, you will have a better understanding than just reading about it.
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Re: Critical confrontation in Cyprus

Postby Nikitas » Mon Nov 17, 2014 3:49 am

Turkey constantly at war? Really? When? The nation was created in 1923, how many wars since then has it fought? You counting the detachment sent to Korea, so were a lot of others. WWII, she kept neutral. The Kurdish insurgency is not exactly a test of military strength.

In any case this is not the important point. The technique beeing used here is an old one, Turkey creates tension which then she uses as a barganing chip inorder to blackmail the others to do its bidding. It will not work this time, because the "others" are one of those empires who went back and forth over Cyprus through the millenia. They are not impressed.

And still no answer to the northern EEZ of Cyprus and the missing invitation, by the TRNC, illegal though it is, to jointly explore that part of Cyprus. Why not? Since it all belongs to all Cypriots. If oil is found there are they going to invite us to share? They give FA of the mining revenue, they will not even allow GCs an overnight stay. And then they talk about equitable share of the resources!

Not a single government member in RoC has ever denied the TCs share of the oil and gas, every single one of them has said over and over the resources are for both communities. Yet TCs rushed to the Turks rather than ask, "when and how are we going to get our share".
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Re: Critical confrontation in Cyprus

Postby Lordo » Mon Nov 17, 2014 11:32 am

phew, i am relived that you are going to share the resources. i cant wait.

but, fyi i will not be holding my breath in anticipation.
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Re: Critical confrontation in Cyprus

Postby Get Real! » Mon Nov 17, 2014 5:18 pm

Nikitas wrote:Not a single government member in RoC has ever denied the TCs share of the oil and gas, every single one of them has said over and over the resources are for both communities.

They’re all talking through their arse! What is that based on?

Yet TCs rushed to the Turks rather than ask, "when and how are we going to get our share".

That's because our politicians are the stupidest apes on the planet. How did they expect the Turkish parasites to react?
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Re: Critical confrontation in Cyprus

Postby Mustiejodu » Mon Nov 17, 2014 11:15 pm

Nikitas wrote:Turkey constantly at war? Really? When? The nation was created in 1923, how many wars since then has it fought? You counting the detachment sent to Korea, so were a lot of others. WWII, she kept neutral. The Kurdish insurgency is not exactly a test of military strength.

In any case this is not the important point. The technique beeing used here is an old one, Turkey creates tension which then she uses as a barganing chip inorder to blackmail the others to do its bidding. It will not work this time, because the "others" are one of those empires who went back and forth over Cyprus through the millenia. They are not impressed.

And still no answer to the northern EEZ of Cyprus and the missing invitation, by the TRNC, illegal though it is, to jointly explore that part of Cyprus. Why not? Since it all belongs to all Cypriots. If oil is found there are they going to invite us to share? They give FA of the mining revenue, they will not even allow GCs an overnight stay. And then they talk about equitable share of the resources!

Not a single government member in RoC has ever denied the TCs share of the oil and gas, every single one of them has said over and over the resources are for both communities. Yet TCs rushed to the Turks rather than ask, "when and how are we going to get our share".


How many countries did they fight against in the First World War ? Then come and tell me if they have the will to fight if they have to . That's the point you bafoon .

You need to stick to one principle. You keep banging on about cyprus republic and there is only one legitimate government . Now suddenly it suits you that TCs exist but are now a thorn in your ass. You change the goal post as and when it suits you . You don't see your own actions do you . It's easy to say we will share the oil and gas but I don't see any for the past 2 years one TC involved in the operations . Who do you think you are kidding .

If you could be trusted why is there a turkish exploration ship being guarded by a submarine ?
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Re: Critical confrontation in Cyprus

Postby Lordo » Tue Nov 18, 2014 1:47 am

you see that time is particularly painful for them. they invaded terggy and when they were retreating they had a scorched earth policy, they burnt the whole country to the smithereens. killed and raped 10s of thousands.

but of course we must not forget there the most civilised nation on earth.
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