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Re: Troubles Ahead - Turks making Demands

Postby Lordo » Fri Sep 04, 2015 8:14 am

B25 wrote:Τα λέμε σε 500 χρόνια. :)

you two boys book a room, nonexistent tcs you say. 50 years or 500 years indeed. tcs shall be there till the end of the world. aasholes.
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Re: Troubles Ahead - Turks making Demands

Postby B25 » Fri Sep 04, 2015 8:16 am

Lordo wrote:
B25 wrote:Τα λέμε σε 500 χρόνια. :)

you two boys book a room, nonexistent tcs you say. 50 years or 500 years indeed. tcs shall be there till the end of the world. aasholes.


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Troubles Ahead - Turks making Demands

Postby Nikitas » Fri Sep 04, 2015 8:36 pm

Statistic are not on your side old chum. Read about Lambousa, and remember the extent of the Ottoman empire in 1910 and in 1920.

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Re: Troubles Ahead - Turks making Demands

Postby Maximus » Fri Sep 04, 2015 9:52 pm

Soon, Europe will feel threatened enough to do something about its territorial integrity,

Those slow and procrastinating at the top, who have their priorities as end backwards, will eventually connect all the dots and end Turkey, along with this migrant crisis.

It will be a matter of survival.
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Re: Troubles Ahead - Turks making Demands

Postby Lordo » Fri Sep 04, 2015 10:50 pm

you mean like the germans and the brits.
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Re: Troubles Ahead - Turks making Demands

Postby Maximus » Sat Sep 05, 2015 1:21 am

Lordo wrote:you mean like the germans and the brits.


No, I mean like the Turks and the Kurds.
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Re: Troubles Ahead - Turks making Demands

Postby Lordo » Sat Sep 05, 2015 10:09 am

when you train a guard dog to look after your interest, you would be very stupid to then kill it. how stupid are you exactly. have you taken the stupidity test. i bet you got 200 out of 100. stupid boy.
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Re: Troubles Ahead - Turks making Demands

Postby Maximus » Sat Sep 05, 2015 12:40 pm

Lordo wrote:when you train a guard dog to look after your interest, you would be very stupid to then kill it. how stupid are you exactly. have you taken the stupidity test. i bet you got 200 out of 100. stupid boy.


What if the guard dog stops being a guard dog or gets old or ill or stops listening to your commands or acts against your interest or even starts attacking you after already signalling that it can or will?

You can put it down, you can replace it, you can stop using dogs and instead use something else.

Dogs don't live forever and have a short life expectancy anyway.

But yeah, dogs, its a good analogy.
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Re: Troubles Ahead - Turks making Demands

Postby Pyrpolizer » Sat Sep 05, 2015 2:49 pm

B25 wrote:Well, as if it wasn't enough that we have the current Turkish gypsy scum on our shores, check out one of their latest demands.

http://apokalipsi.com/site/?p=23522

It's in Greek, but one of the demands is that Turks from Turkey can freely come and go to Cyprus like Greeks from Greece can. FFS, have they not heard of the EU club before.

So a free movement of 80m Anatolian Gypsies to Cyprus, yeah, right, and you expect us to agree, Go Fuck yourselves. In addition they demand that all the illegal settlers that Turk imported to be made citizens of the 'New Cyprus' upon agreement. So in other words no one goes home. :lol: :lol: :lol:

Well, put that in a referendum and you will get a big fat FUCK OFF!

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They put a lot of demands on the table it doesn't mean they are going to be accepted. The particular one for Turkish citizens having the same rights as EU [Greek] citizens to move and settle in Cyprus, is against EU laws. Counting the numbers to maintain a 1:4 ratio is practically impossible.

The property issue (together with territorial adjustments) is going to be the decisive factor as to whether we are going to have a solution. I am a bit worried on that as it looks like their demands are below the borderline of acceptance. Especially their demand that the current user could take legal possession of the property while the real owner should be compensated with thin air from nowhere. This is like stealing properties from one person and donating them free to another (usually a trashy settler). No way!
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Re: Troubles Ahead - Turks making Demands

Postby Lordo » Sat Sep 05, 2015 5:51 pm

Pyrpolizer wrote:
B25 wrote:Well, as if it wasn't enough that we have the current Turkish gypsy scum on our shores, check out one of their latest demands.

http://apokalipsi.com/site/?p=23522

It's in Greek, but one of the demands is that Turks from Turkey can freely come and go to Cyprus like Greeks from Greece can. FFS, have they not heard of the EU club before.

So a free movement of 80m Anatolian Gypsies to Cyprus, yeah, right, and you expect us to agree, Go Fuck yourselves. In addition they demand that all the illegal settlers that Turk imported to be made citizens of the 'New Cyprus' upon agreement. So in other words no one goes home. :lol: :lol: :lol:

Well, put that in a referendum and you will get a big fat FUCK OFF!

O Happy Days!


They put a lot of demands on the table it doesn't mean they are going to be accepted. The particular one for Turkish citizens having the same rights as EU [Greek] citizens to move and settle in Cyprus, is against EU laws. Counting the numbers to maintain a 1:4 ratio is practically impossible.

The property issue (together with territorial adjustments) is going to be the decisive factor as to whether we are going to have a solution. I am a bit worried on that as it looks like their demands are below the borderline of acceptance. Especially their demand that the current user could take legal possession of the property while the real owner should be compensated with thin air from nowhere. This is like stealing properties from one person and donating them free to another (usually a trashy settler). No way!

if the current user has been there for 40 years, you will have to accept compensation. dont be stupid, we are not going to create a new wave of refugees. there is no need for it. if a tc has land in the south you can have compensation from that, if the current user is a tergg then a original owner should be allowed to move back to it if they wish.
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