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Re: what is the problem

Postby Get Real! » Tue Jun 02, 2015 9:48 pm

Nikitas wrote: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.

I agree. All US Senators are entitled to their opinions and here’s another…

http://greece.greekreporter.com/2015/06 ... on-cyprus/
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Re: what is the problem

Postby Lordo » Fri Jun 05, 2015 2:19 pm

Nikitas wrote:The right to intervene is limited to the restoration of the constution of the RoC. We have not seen much of that happening since 1974, so lay off the BS. Turkey saw a chance to impose partition and grabbed it.

What TCs do not want to accept is that Turkey's ambitions do not stop at partition, there will be more as you will see after this BBF thing is set up.

Perhaps the ambassador was implying that the underlying problem is the major deal and not the occupation which came about in 1974. He probably means that even if every soldier was withdrawn today the underlying problem would still be there. He represent a big imperial power and that is how they think. And no doubt his solution is this BBF deal which will not last more than a few months at best before Turkey upsets the cart again. We should ask him then what he thinks and have a laugh.

Our problem is that we fail to understand how these people think, and we believe we can convince them with arguments based on our take of the situation. We need better PR and communications people.

you are being simple deliberate. if roc was attacked by some external force i would agree with you but it was not. roc attacked herself. how stupid are you people. as it that is not enough, you had one of the guarantors to help you. there should have been a penalty clause in the agreement. the guilty party to had over half its territory to the victim. then see if you have the balls to start trouble.
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Re: what is the problem

Postby Nikitas » Fri Jun 05, 2015 2:40 pm

Lordo you manage to come across like a Kalamaras sometimes. All opinion and no facts. Is this a Lurujina trait?
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Re: what is the problem

Postby Paphitis » Fri Jun 05, 2015 2:43 pm

Mustiejodu wrote: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 ?


5000 GCs would not have been killed and 180000 will be in their homes.

That's what would have happened.
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Re: what is the problem

Postby repulsewarrior » Fri Jun 05, 2015 3:30 pm

...what would have happened if Turkey had demonstrated her conviction toward Guarantorship, and withdrawn her troops, or at least kept them where they were, before the second wave?

Point is, it is up to Cypriots to secure themselves, with the willingness to defend each other and Cyprus as one.

...there is no issue of "Greekness", or "Turkishness", the debate is flawed to leave Cypriots impotent as Cypriots. This is the Problem.

Sadly, the richness of diversity we have (after thousands of years); what does "purity" mean to a Cypriot, but respect toward each other, a gratefulness that comes with Grace.
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Re: what is the problem

Postby Lordo » Fri Jun 05, 2015 4:27 pm

Nikitas wrote:Lordo you manage to come across like a Kalamaras sometimes. All opinion and no facts. Is this a Lurujina trait?

wwtf gives you the idea that i am from lurujina. softalar gavole how many times do i have to tell you people. you are so thick. do you know where softalra was.
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Re: what is the problem

Postby Nikitas » Fri Jun 05, 2015 5:55 pm

So if you are from Softalar, the village or religious men, why are you so foul mouthed?

Seeing the location no wonder you are gung ho for BBF, any land you have there will be in the high value exchange bracket.
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Re: what is the problem

Postby Lordo » Fri Jun 05, 2015 10:38 pm

i would get my land back under any agreement. who said anything about exchange.
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Re: what is the problem

Postby Nikitas » Fri Jun 05, 2015 11:26 pm

You will get your land back, you and my friends from Karavas, you all be sure to invite us to the party now, you hear?
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Re: what is the problem

Postby Lordo » Fri Jun 05, 2015 11:39 pm

Nikitas wrote:You will get your land back, you and my friends from Karavas, you all be sure to invite us to the party now, you hear?

yep
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