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Re: Hands-on-Famagusta heard of it?

Postby Nikitas » Fri Jun 12, 2015 4:31 pm

"you should be able to walk across the line anywhere any time you like. there will be no crossing points."

You are dreaming. There will be clear demarcation lines, and strict rules about jurisdiction of state agencies, like the police, municipal workers and the like,a and above all tax inspectors. The regions will guard their areas more zealously than nation states with international frontiers.

Back to the original post. Who pays for this scheme with its nature reserves and eco friendly cycle ways and radical reorganization of the beach front? While they tout the input from the public there is little provision, like an open forum, for views to be expressed.

The idea is interesting but it is put forth with no consultation with the onwers who obviously will have a lot to say about plans that take away their property, eco or no eco friendly.

Re spraying for mosquitoes. In a nature reserve you let nature take its course, you do not use insecticides. The people living in the adjoining areas might have a different opinion about this.
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Re: Hands-on-Famagusta heard of it?

Postby Lordo » Fri Jun 12, 2015 4:53 pm

of course there is going to be demarcation lines regarding minicipal councils, tax and police and justice. it does not mean you will have to stop to show an id to go from one place to another.

flippin heck, if you commit a crime in liverpool of course it will be the police there who will deal with you. your local tax office in the north west deals with your tax etv etc, ask xerodjehalo about the police he has been picked up enough time over there. but no good asking him about tax, swines like him dont pay tax.

are you suggesting that met police in london should deal with them. and you think my logic is furquin crooked ffs. wake up.
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Re: Hands-on-Famagusta heard of it?

Postby Paphitis » Fri Jun 12, 2015 5:27 pm

Lordo wrote:sometimes you are just an ass. of course the northern federation will control what comes and goes in the port. people in heathrow are not saying to people city airport hang on a minute i want to have say in what you do.
as to nature reserve, surely we can have a nature reserve and control the mosies. you should be able to walk across the line anywhere any time you like. there will be no crossing points.


Ports and Airports belong to the Feds. There is no State that is in charge of an Airport or Port in the world.
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Re: Hands-on-Famagusta heard of it?

Postby Lordo » Fri Jun 12, 2015 6:09 pm

Paphitis wrote:
Lordo wrote:sometimes you are just an ass. of course the northern federation will control what comes and goes in the port. people in heathrow are not saying to people city airport hang on a minute i want to have say in what you do.
as to nature reserve, surely we can have a nature reserve and control the mosies. you should be able to walk across the line anywhere any time you like. there will be no crossing points.


Ports and Airports belong to the Feds. There is no State that is in charge of an Airport or Port in the world.

i dont give a shit who it belongs to so long as tcs are running it to the international standards.
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Re: Hands-on-Famagusta heard of it?

Postby Nikitas » Fri Jun 12, 2015 7:07 pm

A crook being chased by police in Lousiana runs across the border to Texas. Louisiana police cannot cross the border. That is why they have a federal police force over there and in other federal states. In our case the demarcation line will be even more jealously guarded.

Like I said, you are dreaming if you think there will be an imaginary line separating the two, it will be a very real line. You just wait and see. The line will be even more pronounced if there are tax differences in the two regions. What's more I think that the TCs will be more insistent on maintaining the line, they have more to lose if it is obscured by daily goings on.
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Re: Hands-on-Famagusta heard of it?

Postby repulsewarrior » Fri Jun 12, 2015 7:42 pm

...and yet Nikitas, in the example you are suggesting, except for the crook, the Feds, and the Police in two of it does not matter the number of Constituencies, who else is impeded with their Freedom of Movement, Association and Expression? None that call themselves American. It may be the Institutions which are bound, but not the People. Whether the individual jurisdictions handle themselves as adversaries or not, these internal 'borders' do not immediately become closed, and strictly controlled, crooks will surely drive through them as does anyone else, there is Freedom under one State, where as the Citizens of it, and as Individuals, without any other distinction or discrimination, they chose (as Cypriots at this very moment have the opportunity to decide), they choose as Individuals above all, to stand united in defending what are their Individual Rights, despite having defined their Liberty to allow for their distinct identities, as Persons. (this is Bicommunal)
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Re: Hands-on-Famagusta heard of it?

Postby Lordo » Fri Jun 12, 2015 10:23 pm

Nikitas wrote:A crook being chased by police in Lousiana runs across the border to Texas. Louisiana police cannot cross the border. That is why they have a federal police force over there and in other federal states. In our case the demarcation line will be even more jealously guarded.

Like I said, you are dreaming if you think there will be an imaginary line separating the two, it will be a very real line. You just wait and see. The line will be even more pronounced if there are tax differences in the two regions. What's more I think that the TCs will be more insistent on maintaining the line, they have more to lose if it is obscured by daily goings on.

and rightly so. what is wrong with a quick phone call to tell the tc police to pick these people up and apply the law as it is. what exactly is wrong with that.
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Re: Hands-on-Famagusta heard of it?

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Fri Jun 12, 2015 11:30 pm

ONE Cyprus.

Let's consider the suggestion of the British Foreign Office of 1964 and offer those TCs not willing to remain in a democratic Cyprus a free passage to Turkey ...
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Re: Hands-on-Famagusta heard of it?

Postby Mustiejodu » Fri Jun 12, 2015 11:58 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:ONE Cyprus.

Let's consider the suggestion of the British Foreign Office of 1964 and offer those TCs not willing to remain in a democratic Cyprus a free passage to Turkey ...



On what pretext or better still with what authority or who's authority would you be in a position to consider this ?

The likes of you are not welcome in the new vision we have for cyprus. You are not a nice person and have bad intentions. It is from your consistant bitter and unfounded insults that you make of people who are not in a position to defend themselves. Your a bully. Now fuck off this forum and go and die with all other nasty people the world has to put up with.
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Re: Hands-on-Famagusta heard of it?

Postby Lordo » Sat Jun 13, 2015 12:35 am

Mustiejodu wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:ONE Cyprus.

Let's consider the suggestion of the British Foreign Office of 1964 and offer those TCs not willing to remain in a democratic Cyprus a free passage to Turkey ...



On what pretext or better still with what authority or who's authority would you be in a position to consider this ?

The likes of you are not welcome in the new vision we have for cyprus. You are not a nice person and have bad intentions. It is from your consistant bitter and unfounded insults that you make of people who are not in a position to defend themselves. Your a bully. Now fuck off this forum and go and die with all other nasty people the world has to put up with.

dont mind our gig/oracle she is dreaming enosis to this day.
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