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Re: alex the great in cyprus

Postby Lordo » Fri Feb 06, 2015 2:40 pm

DT. wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Nikitas wrote:He did say it, in his speech in the Cyprus parliament. The word he used is "anapospasto" to refer to GCs, an unseverable part of Hellenism.

The location where things are said is as important sometimes as what is being said. He was reassuring GCs that his government is not changing a long standing policy. In a wider context it was repetition of the position that an attack on GCs will be seen as an attack on all Greeks. Nothing changed in other words. As a proponent of the Annan plan he had to make that statement in Nicosia to all political parties.

The reference of one man one vote above was as to the cohabitation in one unitary state. Naturally it exists in BBF, within each region. When it comes to federal choices the upper house with 50-50 voting cancels out the one man one vote principle. In our case where the per capita apportion of territory is double for one region over the other, the principles of equitability are buggered before we even start. Which is why I personally regard territory the primary issue, to be settled before all others. The rest is minor stuff.

so long as he said gcs not cyprus that is fineso then that leaves dt as being a liar or lack of english. which is it. when it comes to bbf and zones there is a minimum for a zone which is 27 percent, below which it comes unviable. by all means let all the gcs who wish to live in the north to do so. i take my hat off to any gc who will move to the north and pay taxes in the north. if they can stomach that, they can stomach anything.


He said Cyprus (not GC's...Cyprus) is an unseverable part of Hellenism.

http://www.alfanews.com.cy/kypros/item/11474-τσίπρας-η-κύπρος-αποτελεί-αναπόσπαστο-μέρος-του-ελληνισμού.html

Now roll that up and insert it where you like lordo.

you must read it one more time cause you are makin it up as you go along.

this is what he said.

his first visit abroad carried out in Cyprus has a strong symbolism that Cyprus remains in the mind and heart of Greece as an integral part of Hellenism that is in a constant state of violation on the part of the occupation troops in the northern part of the island

you see where does it say cyprus is unseverable part of hellenism. it is a symbol in the mind and heart of greece gavole. and the funny part is you will need the greece to facilitate your greek practices.
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Re: alex the great in cyprus

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Feb 07, 2015 6:18 am

In any case, it is like the President of France visiting another country that is Francophone, praising there unity toward a Francophonie.

...Cypriots are under occupation, the threat is very real, there is a big difference between the intentions of Tsipras, and those of Erdogan, in a very real sense. On one side there is "Turkishness", and on the other side the rest of us, what is not "Turkish". (Just look at the management of the EEZ, the qualification of a share, not an equal share to each Cypriot, but by some percentage "their" share.) Does the Barabaros matter for some, i don't know. But i know that what Tsipras says, is that it is wrong, and his words were repeated around the world.
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Re: alex the great in cyprus

Postby Lordo » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:50 am

no rw cypriots have been under occupation since 1963.

today ozer ekrem erin's remains is being buried. he was a policeman in 63/64, kidnapped and killed and dumped in a well. may he rest in peace and his family can find closure to his loss.
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