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Re: you never stop learning

Postby kurupetos » Fri Sep 18, 2015 11:26 am

DrCyprus wrote:
Lordo wrote:
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Lordo wrote:gcs were on the island before the ottomans, the question is what percentage of land did they have. it really is not rocket science. what has what percentage was muslim before the ottomans got to do with a cup to tea. eynigede charlui ullisas.


It's a stupid question, but if you really want me to word out a coherent answer to your stupid, irrelevant question you can answer my aforementioned and equally stupid and irrelevant question first.

how can it be a stupid question. gcs were living on the island before the ottomans. how much of the land did they own surely is as real as it can be. what criteria do you use to judge the aforementioned question as stupid.


It's a stupid question because it doesn't define what ownership means. It doesn't take into account what the ancestors of the GC identified themselves as. It treats the island as a collection of plots of land instead of a home a human living space. The question stands inefficient and stupid.

Don't expect intelligent questions from cousin Lordoofus. :lol:
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Re: you never stop learning

Postby Lordo » Fri Sep 18, 2015 12:30 pm

DrCyprus wrote:
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Lordo wrote:gcs were on the island before the ottomans, the question is what percentage of land did they have. it really is not rocket science. what has what percentage was muslim before the ottomans got to do with a cup to tea. eynigede charlui ullisas.


It's a stupid question, but if you really want me to word out a coherent answer to your stupid, irrelevant question you can answer my aforementioned and equally stupid and irrelevant question first.

how can it be a stupid question. gcs were living on the island before the ottomans. how much of the land did they own surely is as real as it can be. what criteria do you use to judge the aforementioned question as stupid.


It's a stupid question because it doesn't define what ownership means. It doesn't take into account what the ancestors of the GC identified themselves as. It treats the island as a collection of plots of land instead of a home a human living space. The question stands inefficient and stupid.


i would have thought it was obviouse but let me spell it out for you so even stupid idiot like you can understand.

you go to the kochani office and see how many peobol had kochans before the ottomans arrived. i suspect there was only freehold ownership at the time or renting. so lets say just freehold owners. what percantage of gcs had freehold ownership before the ottomans. i do like a good laugh once in a while.
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Re: you never stop learning

Postby DrCyprus » Sat Sep 19, 2015 1:02 pm

Lordo wrote:
DrCyprus wrote:
Lordo wrote:
DrCyprus wrote:
Lordo wrote:gcs were on the island before the ottomans, the question is what percentage of land did they have. it really is not rocket science. what has what percentage was muslim before the ottomans got to do with a cup to tea. eynigede charlui ullisas.


It's a stupid question, but if you really want me to word out a coherent answer to your stupid, irrelevant question you can answer my aforementioned and equally stupid and irrelevant question first.

how can it be a stupid question. gcs were living on the island before the ottomans. how much of the land did they own surely is as real as it can be. what criteria do you use to judge the aforementioned question as stupid.


It's a stupid question because it doesn't define what ownership means. It doesn't take into account what the ancestors of the GC identified themselves as. It treats the island as a collection of plots of land instead of a home a human living space. The question stands inefficient and stupid.


i would have thought it was obviouse but let me spell it out for you so even stupid idiot like you can understand.

you go to the kochani office and see how many peobol had kochans before the ottomans arrived. i suspect there was only freehold ownership at the time or renting. so lets say just freehold owners. what percantage of gcs had freehold ownership before the ottomans. i do like a good laugh once in a while.


Thank you for verifying once again that your backwards agenda is also serviced by backwards thinking and that your question was a stupid one.

Cyprus for Cypriots has always been a home not a house. The difference between the two words is where the stupidity of your question lies.
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Re: you never stop learning

Postby Lordo » Sat Sep 19, 2015 7:10 pm

is it because it was none. zero. stupid idiot.
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Re: you never stop learning

Postby DrCyprus » Sun Sep 20, 2015 10:44 am

Lordo wrote:is it because it was none. zero. stupid idiot.


As in physical property, it's only idiotic to presume it was none (0%). All the same, this detracts from the main point. Cyprus was and is and will be a home to Cypriots. Just because various conquerors came and claimed ownership of Cypriot lands by force that doesn't make it less a home for the GC. Just to make you understand your hypocricy a bit further.

'How much North American land did the native Indians own before the arrival of the European colonists?'

Also, notice how I called your question stupid but never called you stupid or idiot. In turn you call me a stupid idiot. I think you are out of your depth here and should simply roll up your stupid question and squeeze it between your butt cheeks. :)
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Re: you never stop learning

Postby Lordo » Sun Sep 20, 2015 11:36 am

DrCyprus wrote:
Lordo wrote:is it because it was none. zero. stupid idiot.


As in physical property, it's only idiotic to presume it was none (0%). All the same, this detracts from the main point. Cyprus was and is and will be a home to Cypriots. Just because various conquerors came and claimed ownership of Cypriot lands by force that doesn't make it less a home for the GC. Just to make you understand your hypocricy a bit further.

'How much North American land did the native Indians own before the arrival of the European colonists?'

Also, notice how I called your question stupid but never called you stupid or idiot. In turn you call me a stupid idiot. I think you are out of your depth here and should simply roll up your stupid question and squeeze it between your butt cheeks. :)

that is precisely the point about land ownership. the natives in america had no land ownership system. they had communal lands which were agreed verbally till the europeans came along and took almost all of it.

the only way you can prove that a property belongs to you is by a piece of evidence. no evidence no property. stupid is stupid does. why deny you the pleasure of being a stupid idiot. credit must be given when its due. you win hands down even xerodjehalo can claim to be above you in stupidity circles.
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Re: you never stop learning

Postby boomerang » Sun Sep 20, 2015 12:34 pm

I need to say lordo is right...no paper no land...this begs...how much land did the Muslims owned prior to 74 in north cyprus...according to your stastement above they, muslims, had no papers for nearly 40% of the ROC......how come then they ended with so much land without papers...hence an illegal state via ethnic cleansing....
Lordos is right if you haves papers then you must own the land...no ifs no buts hey lordo...

On a lighter note lordo must be the biggest fuckwit for presenting an argument just so he can stab himself in the foot...go figure :lol:
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Re: you never stop learning

Postby Lordo » Sun Sep 20, 2015 1:56 pm

so have we come to conclusion how much land was owned by gc before the ottomans. do we agree. zero.

if you is gona go back,
no good going back to 74 when you boys reduced the tcs into 3 percent of cyprus.
no good going back to even 1960 when the brits gave you a lot of tc properties like maras and countless others.

we have to go back to the last year of the ottoman rule to find out how much tcs had.

gavole we are making progress.

did you hear of the exchange of 600 gc donums in the north near ercan with 27 donums of larnaca land. now there is your solution. authorised by the echr forcing the groc to enforce the agreement. we went back to 1960 deeds and exchanged them fairly. everybody is happy.

talking of one shooting one through the foot i get the feeling when exchange happens you boys will shoot your selves in the balls assuming that you actually had any. lucky for you, you boys do not suffer from such affliction. surplus to requirements.

ennasas bgahum mesdon shistossas.

1960 deeds shall speak volumes. a the stolen tc lands from 1960 shall be recovered and exchanged. fair is fair. cant say any more than that. deeds speak.
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Re: you never stop learning

Postby boomerang » Mon Sep 21, 2015 1:22 am

no good going back to 74 when you boys reduced the tcs into 3 percent of cyprus.


prove it
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Re: you never stop learning

Postby Lordo » Mon Sep 21, 2015 10:44 am

prove what, i lived it sunshine now go get a life.
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