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Re: what is the problem

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu May 28, 2015 6:47 pm

...he also says,

“The Cyprus conflict of course began 51 years ago and in that context of course it took a huge and tragic turn in 1974, and I am not in any way justifying what happened then, but it cannot be reduced to a problem of invasion and occupation,” he said. “That is in fact to ignore your own history. But I do not regard the Cyprus problem as a problem of invasion and occupation. If you don’t like it, I can’t help it. I do not regard that as the core of the Cyprus problem.”

...it is as Cypriots, that Cypriots must take back the issue.
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Re: what is the problem

Postby B25 » Thu May 28, 2015 7:16 pm

MR-from-NG wrote:
B25 wrote:
MR-from-NG wrote:Well said Mr ambassador. Our Greek neighbours will not be happy with your comments but then they never are unless you praise them and condemn the TC's. Their parents, teachers and priests have been brainwashing them that the Turks for no reason at all invaded in 1974. You come along and spoil their party so you will not be a very popular person in Cyprus now. Still, the TC's appreciate you honesty and integrity. Here is a big THANK YOU from all the TC's of Cyprus.

Of course he would say that, he put you MFs there and supported you all these years. Typical american bs.

Now drop your pants you can be next in turn for the BJ.

I just wish ISIS would hurry up with their 9/11 pt. 2. See how they like it.

You are so stubborn and stupid B25. The man holds a position that requires balanced views on all world affairs. He would not jeopardise his position by commenting on issues that are not FACT. You see B25, unlike you and the likes of you, he has not been brainwashed by his parents, teachers and priests, his opinions are based purely on facts so show a bit of respect.

Lordo has asked you to tell him what the problem is with the ambassadors statement. Use this opportunity to enlighten us, please.


I have zero respect for him or any other American official. What he said is not fact, what he said to our faces was provocative and pure evil. Turkey invade, FACT, Turkey still illegally occupies, FACT. These are the real facts, what he saud just emboldens you MFs and lets you think all is ok, well it's not.

As for the dipshit Lord, i would waste my breath, a complete plonker to say the least.
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Re: what is the problem

Postby Lordo » Thu May 28, 2015 11:27 pm

and you not being able to give me an answer makes you dipshit's arse. yes i think so

take this opporotunity to tell us what was wrong with what he said.

i got news for you boy your cracks are visible. the whole world has wised up about all the furquin lies you

been saying

you keep sayin.........

enjoy

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Re: what is the problem

Postby B25 » Tue Jun 02, 2015 1:06 pm

MR-from-NG wrote:Well said Mr ambassador. Our Greek neighbours will not be happy with your comments but then they never are unless you praise them and condemn the TC's. Their parents, teachers and priests have been brainwashing them that the Turks for no reason at all invaded in 1974. You come along and spoil their party so you will not be a very popular person in Cyprus now. Still, the TC's appreciate you honesty and integrity. Here is a big THANK YOU from all the TC's of Cyprus.

There you go DIPSTICK, not all think like this Koening wanker who is probably on a turkish payroll somewhere.

http://www.parikiaki.com/2015/06/u-s-se ... on-cyprus/

The whole world thinks otherwise and you jump on the bandwagon of some dipshit 'ambassador'. ha ha f ha.
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Re: what is the problem

Postby umit07 » Tue Jun 02, 2015 1:53 pm

B25 wrote:
MR-from-NG wrote:Well said Mr ambassador. Our Greek neighbours will not be happy with your comments but then they never are unless you praise them and condemn the TC's. Their parents, teachers and priests have been brainwashing them that the Turks for no reason at all invaded in 1974. You come along and spoil their party so you will not be a very popular person in Cyprus now. Still, the TC's appreciate you honesty and integrity. Here is a big THANK YOU from all the TC's of Cyprus.

There you go DIPSTICK, not all think like this Koening wanker who is probably on a turkish payroll somewhere.

http://www.parikiaki.com/2015/06/u-s-se ... on-cyprus/

The whole world thinks otherwise and you jump on the bandwagon of some dipshit 'ambassador'. ha ha f ha.


The senator you are quoting has been embroiled in many federal investigations, among them having sexual relations with underage girls. He is most certainly on the Greek payroll.

http://www.greeknewsonline.com/senator-menendez-indictment-at-the-worst-time-possible-for-cyprus/

http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2015/mar/06/senator-bob-menendez-faces-federal-corruption-charges
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Re: what is the problem

Postby Nikitas » Tue Jun 02, 2015 2:48 pm

Why is everyone offended by what this particular American official said?

In the past we had Ball who said "son, you don't get it, the game here is partition" to today's policy that is aimed at "reunifying" the island. The approach has been a joke from the start. There must be many in the State Department who see the islamic expansion in the area and kicking themselves for their short sighted approach.
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Re: what is the problem

Postby Lordo » Tue Jun 02, 2015 2:52 pm

thats bullshit and you know it try reading what he said and post again greek boy.
senator who mendes is it, another block off the old myths. one less to worry about.
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Re: what is the problem

Postby B25 » Tue Jun 02, 2015 3:23 pm

umit07 wrote:
B25 wrote:
MR-from-NG wrote:Well said Mr ambassador. Our Greek neighbours will not be happy with your comments but then they never are unless you praise them and condemn the TC's. Their parents, teachers and priests have been brainwashing them that the Turks for no reason at all invaded in 1974. You come along and spoil their party so you will not be a very popular person in Cyprus now. Still, the TC's appreciate you honesty and integrity. Here is a big THANK YOU from all the TC's of Cyprus.

There you go DIPSTICK, not all think like this Koening wanker who is probably on a turkish payroll somewhere.

http://www.parikiaki.com/2015/06/u-s-se ... on-cyprus/

The whole world thinks otherwise and you jump on the bandwagon of some dipshit 'ambassador'. ha ha f ha.


The senator you are quoting has been embroiled in many federal investigations, among them having sexual relations with underage girls. He is most certainly on the Greek payroll.

http://www.greeknewsonline.com/senator-menendez-indictment-at-the-worst-time-possible-for-cyprus/

http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2015/mar/06/senator-bob-menendez-faces-federal-corruption-charges


Yeah, tht's right typical barbaric Turk behaviour, kill the infidels the non believers and anyone else who doesn't agree with us. Just Like Erdo is currently doing in Turkey by hushing all newspapers and media. What about the billions in cash he and his son were trying to stash some months ago, the corruption is Turkey is untouched by anyone else, ffs.

Asshole.
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Re: what is the problem

Postby umit07 » Tue Jun 02, 2015 3:48 pm

B25 wrote:
Yeah, tht's right typical barbaric Turk behaviour, kill the infidels the non believers and anyone else who doesn't agree with us. Just Like Erdo is currently doing in Turkey by hushing all newspapers and media. What about the billions in cash he and his son were trying to stash some months ago, the corruption is Turkey is untouched by anyone else, ffs.

Asshole.


B25 are you OK dude? I am agnostic myself and I despise Erdo and his cronies. Do you think the senator you are quoting really gives two shits about Cyprus? He is basically a paid lobbyist (like many of his fellow senators).
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Re: what is the problem

Postby Mustiejodu » Tue Jun 02, 2015 6:51 pm

Lordo don't waste your time trying to enlighten the truth to brain washed characters like Nokit or what ever her name is or b26 . Just ask them what they think would have happened if there was no intervention from Turkey or invasion as they would put it? I would like to know firstly with Sampson during 1974 with his wisdom what would have happened to the tcs ? Let's put the tcs to the side . The question is what would have been the outcome between the warring factions within the gc s ?
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