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Re: comments from arif hoca

Postby Maximus » Thu Feb 19, 2015 6:54 pm

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Lordo wrote:sure and he should have been allowed to take his part of cyprus and do as he pleases. you notice people do not learn from past examples of problems. look at ukrane exactly the same problem. they wanted to join the eu but did not consider what the russian nationals in ukrane wanted at all. and guess what the same result. the country is now split for ever.

if you are stupid enough to ignore what the tcs wanted then you got what you deserve boy.


My father worked with and for Greeks until he invented his little spray machine and sold it to them which set him up in life. He is now 85 and knows Greeks and Greek mentality better than anyone else that I know or has spoken to with regards to the Cyprob. He is certain that they will NEVER, EVER agree to an agreement that give us Turks any type of power sharing. Even if they were forced to such an agreement the day will come when each and every Turk will be eliminated and the island is purely left to the Greeks.

My old man speaks Greek fluently and spent all his young working years with Greeks, he knows them through and through and I have no reason to doubt him :(


Your father is probably right in part. You see, why should Greeks share power with Turks or vice versa?

Democracy in Cyprus is another matter. To go as far as to say that Turks will be eliminated from Cyprus is a little extreme but then again, you refer to yourselves as Turks and not Cypriots with extreme apartheid views.
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Re: comments from arif hoca

Postby Maximus » Thu Feb 19, 2015 6:57 pm

Lordo wrote:i dont take kindly to threats, off you go boy.


Being in control of myself and to disengage you for taling rubbish is not a threat Lordo.

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Re: comments from arif hoca

Postby Lordo » Thu Feb 19, 2015 6:57 pm

then what is there to talk about other then proper partition and each on their own. is this what you want cause that is what you are going to get.
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Re: comments from arif hoca

Postby Maximus » Thu Feb 19, 2015 6:59 pm

Lordo wrote:then what is there to talk about other then proper partition and each on their own. is this what you want cause that is what you are going to get.


You see how the conversation is losing relevance now.

You know my opinion on the matter, Turkey is the state and country for the Turks. You cant be Cypriot and separate living behind "enemy" lines.
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Re: comments from arif hoca

Postby MR-from-NG » Thu Feb 19, 2015 8:13 pm

Maximus wrote:
MR-from-NG wrote:
Lordo wrote:sure and he should have been allowed to take his part of cyprus and do as he pleases. you notice people do not learn from past examples of problems. look at ukrane exactly the same problem. they wanted to join the eu but did not consider what the russian nationals in ukrane wanted at all. and guess what the same result. the country is now split for ever.

if you are stupid enough to ignore what the tcs wanted then you got what you deserve boy.


My father worked with and for Greeks until he invented his little spray machine and sold it to them which set him up in life. He is now 85 and knows Greeks and Greek mentality better than anyone else that I know or has spoken to with regards to the Cyprob. He is certain that they will NEVER, EVER agree to an agreement that give us Turks any type of power sharing. Even if they were forced to such an agreement the day will come when each and every Turk will be eliminated and the island is purely left to the Greeks.

My old man speaks Greek fluently and spent all his young working years with Greeks, he knows them through and through and I have no reason to doubt him :(


Your father is probably right in part. You see, why should Greeks share power with Turks or vice versa?

Democracy in Cyprus is another matter. To go as far as to say that Turks will be eliminated from Cyprus is a little extreme but then again, you refer to yourselves as Turks and not Cypriots with extreme apartheid views.


I have literally been on my knees begging Greek forum members to embrace us TC's and to show love and respect instead of hatred and insults. Has a single Greek forum member done this? What choice am I left with other than embracing Turks and Turkey as my compatriots?
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Re: comments from arif hoca

Postby Maximus » Thu Feb 19, 2015 8:36 pm

MR-from-NG wrote:
I have literally been on my knees begging Greek forum members to embrace us TC's and to show love and respect instead of hatred and insults. Has a single Greek forum member done this? What choice am I left with other than embracing Turks and Turkey as my compatriots?


This does not change the facts. Your community has extreme apartheid and racist views. Its Cypriot and/or separate when it suits.

Since when did the "Turks of Cyprus" embrace the natives? The answer is never ever.

I have given you one example which is a historical fact that Makarios put forward 13 points to amend your racist constitution, which would have embraced all Cypriots as equals. The "Turks of Cyprus" never ever embraced the natives and 'freedom'.

All successive RoC governments have supported democracy and to embrace your community too but your community rejects it consistently.

You do talk a load of shizzle.
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Re: comments from arif hoca

Postby Lordo » Thu Feb 19, 2015 10:07 pm

there is an old saying you can take the donkey to the water but you cannot make it drink.

considering what we know about makarios and how he protested about the americans mentioning a cypriot population, you still go on about the 13 amendments. especially as we also know that dengtash and clerides agreed on them in 1972 and makarios vetoed the 123 amendments and you still go about the 13 amendments. what kind of stupidity causes this chain of thought. have you all drunk it in galons ffs.
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Re: comments from arif hoca

Postby kurupetos » Fri Feb 20, 2015 3:23 pm

Lordo wrote:sad facts of life, but these gcs will be brought to heel like a good puppy and will behave once we civilise them.

Who are "we"? :? When? :lol:
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Re: comments from arif hoca

Postby kurupetos » Fri Feb 20, 2015 3:25 pm

Lordo wrote:there is an old saying you can take the donkey to the water but you cannot make it drink.

considering what we know about makarios and how he protested about the americans mentioning a cypriot population, you still go on about the 13 amendments. especially as we also know that dengtash and clerides agreed on them in 1972 and makarios vetoed the 123 amendments and you still go about the 13 amendments. what kind of stupidity causes this chain of thought. have you all drunk it in galons ffs.

You will drink if you get thirsty... :lol: The water will not come... :wink: :lol:
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Re: comments from arif hoca

Postby Lordo » Fri Feb 20, 2015 5:43 pm

kurupetos wrote:
Lordo wrote:sad facts of life, but these gcs will be brought to heel like a good puppy and will behave once we civilise them.

Who are "we"? :? When? :lol:

bu ennase ghamumen sunettin reh vromoshille.
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