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Re: Why can't even the eu apply pressure for Turkey to withd

Postby supporttheunderdog » Thu Sep 03, 2015 11:12 am

Kindly observe the GOOD advice I have given you on the other thread, your status diminishes with the use of such obscenities


says the troll.

I rather think FUCK OFF was polite advice.
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Re: Why can't even the eu apply pressure for Turkey to withd

Postby Get Real! » Thu Sep 03, 2015 2:07 pm

I guess our American friends won't be able to post on the Internet soon due to an overload of "freedom & democracy" they're getting... :lol:



Videos showing police shooting unarmed people have also been deemed as inciting violence against officers, and posting any such by any journalists are now forbidden by the state. :wink:

Don't worry my American friends, you can always to move to N.Korea or China where your free speech is actually tolerated more by a couple of notches! :lol:

You could say the US government has done a "Charlie Hebdo" on their own people... :lol:

:lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Why can't even the eu apply pressure for Turkey to withd

Postby Get Real! » Thu Sep 03, 2015 3:12 pm

Onto the British shame file:

It was all hunky dory when Britain was arming anti-Assad factions from the onset and now that the problem has come round to bite them they’re playing the humanitarians!

Oh, the shame of it all… the spineless Brits have the scruples of a parasite! :?

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Re: Why can't even the eu apply pressure for Turkey to withd

Postby Paphitis » Thu Sep 03, 2015 3:52 pm

Get Real! wrote:I guess our American friends won't be able to post on the Internet soon due to an overload of "freedom & democracy" they're getting... :lol:



Videos showing police shooting unarmed people have also been deemed as inciting violence against officers, and posting any such by any journalists are now forbidden by the state. :wink:

Don't worry my American friends, you can always to move to N.Korea or China where your free speech is actually tolerated more by a couple of notches! :lol:

You could say the US government has done a "Charlie Hebdo" on their own people... :lol:

:lol: :lol: :lol:


What's forbidden by the State? Let's be very clear that threatening to kill someone or inciting violence against the police or a mere individual would get you into serious trouble. It is in fact illegal in both USA and Australia and I believe it is also illegal in any EU country.

But you of all people are such a Texan. You look in the mirror and think you're Clint Eastwood or something holding a Magnum. I remember how you criticized Australia for its overzealous police force in Perth for writing you a speeding ticket. Then you defend 2 Cypriot Police Officers for beating the shit out of a detainee.

Which is it dude? Are you just a hypocrite?

Or are you a gunslinging Texan ranger with a big hat and huge Ray Ban sunglasses? :lol:
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Re: Why can't even the eu apply pressure for Turkey to withd

Postby Get Real! » Thu Sep 03, 2015 4:00 pm

So Europe likes to play deadly games against 3rd world Arab/Muslim countries because they think they are very clever and superior siding with criminal America.

The incompetent European fucks can’t even predict two steps ahead of their own atrocities so now let them stew in their own juice...
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Re: Why can't even the eu apply pressure for Turkey to withd

Postby Paphitis » Thu Sep 03, 2015 4:01 pm

Get Real! wrote:Onto the British shame file:

It was all hunky dory when Britain was arming anti-Assad factions from the onset and now that the problem has come round to bite them they’re playing the humanitarians!

Oh, the shame of it all… the spineless Brits have the scruples of a parasite! :?



Peace? No not until DAESH are finished.

Military Operations are to be expanded. Australia and Canada are headed into Syria.

But don't worry dude! We won't be dropping any barrel bombs or targeting the Assad Regime or schools, and civilians just to get a few terrorists. We just patrol the skies waiting for the time they expose themselves and that is when we swoop like an eagle in for the kill. One bean at a time as we are committed now to a long war which DAESH can never win.

As for Cameron, he is actually quite good in that he is offering refugees some humanitarian relief. Compare him to the hardline Australians, Canadians or Germans and you will be forgiven to think that Cameron is Left Wing. :lol:

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Re: Why can't even the eu apply pressure for Turkey to withd

Postby Paphitis » Thu Sep 03, 2015 4:05 pm

Get Real! wrote:So Europe likes to play deadly games against 3rd world Arab/Muslim countries because they think they are very clever and superior siding with criminal America.

The incompetent European fucks can’t even predict two steps ahead of their own atrocities so now let them stew in their own juice...


Assad is the one who thinks he is clever but bought all this crap upon himself as did Iraq (our ally). But the chooks have well and truly come home to roost in both countries as much as we didn't want this to occur in Iraq, but there is only so much you can suppress other people on sectarian grounds. The result is the formation of many Sunni Islamist Terrorist groups, not that the SHIA militias supported by Iran are any better.

And yes, the EU is part of the coalition.
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Re: Why can't even the eu apply pressure for Turkey to withd

Postby Get Real! » Thu Sep 03, 2015 4:12 pm



Love it or hate it, China and Russia are the only way left for the future of the planet.

The only sane solution left for humanity.

If the Anglo-American utter corruption and incompetence continues to reign supreme for another decade there will be no planet left... make no mistake about it!

We are continuing on borrowed time already... :?
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Re: Why can't even the eu apply pressure for Turkey to withd

Postby Paphitis » Thu Sep 03, 2015 4:18 pm

Get Real! wrote:

Love it or hate it, China and Russia are the only way left for the future of the planet.

The only sane solution left for humanity.

If the Anglo-American utter corruption and incompetence continues to reign supreme for another decade there will be no planet left... make no mistake about it!

We are continuing on borrowed time already... :?


China is that far in Australia's pocket at the moment and with the new FTA , China is going to be even more dependent on Australia.

You see, they know which side their bread is buttered.

So poof goes that dragon! :lol:
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Re: Why can't even the eu apply pressure for Turkey to withd

Postby Mustiejodu » Sat Oct 17, 2015 11:52 pm

Kikapu wrote:
Mustiejodu wrote:has any gc ever wondered why after 42 years no one has ever managed to force the turkish army out of Cyprus ? The turkish army will withdraw only when they decide to withdraw. You have joined eu in hope of applying pressure on Turkey but it has had the total opposite affect. No one has ever applied real pressure on the Turkish army to withdraw because they realise that it does keep the peace between the 2 communities . As they can't find a solution to solve the problem they realise this is the only solution that is working untill a better solution is proposed.


You are wrong, Musty.

The EU has applied pressure on Turkey through the backdoor in 2004 by allowing the RoC to become an EU member, despite not agreeing to the Annan Plan, much against Turkey's wishes. If Turkey ever want's to join the EU in order to become a developed country and not remain a one step above 3rd world country , and I don't mean with the criminal Erdogan and the his criminal gang ruling Turkey now, Turkey will have to leave Cyprus, so in effect, the EU has given the RoC one of Turkey's balls to squeeze and kept the other one for herself. So in effect, both of Turkey's balls are in the hands of the EU and the RoC! :wink:

I think every word you say here now no longer applies and in politics the table never stays in one direction . I think you will find Turkey has EU on their knees . Let's see what pressure who will apply to who now And who is trying to bribe who
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