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Troubles Ahead - Turks making Demands

Postby B25 » Mon Aug 31, 2015 1:43 pm

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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Re: Troubles Ahead - Turks making Demands

Postby Get Real! » Mon Aug 31, 2015 2:48 pm

Well it’s not like it was going anywhere with or without this… :)
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Re: Troubles Ahead - Turks making Demands

Postby Maximus » Mon Aug 31, 2015 4:29 pm

Obviously,

the whole point of exporting her population to Cyprus was to change the demographic of the island and debase Greek Cypriots in terms of numbers and politics.

Now for a people who hate all things Greek and want to segregate, I cant understand why they would want to come and 'mix' with Greek Cypriots in Cyprus.

Obviously, there is a hidden and sinister agenda.

Turkey can not be trusted. period. unless she gets the f out and takes all her droppings with her, pays compensation and pleads for forgiveness.

What a disgraced nation with an abysmal reputation. No one trusts.
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Re: Troubles Ahead - Turks making Demands

Postby Lordo » Mon Aug 31, 2015 4:53 pm

no no no and double no. we have to wait 10 more years so the tc population hits 1 million. then we talk.
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Re: Troubles Ahead - Turks making Demands

Postby Maximus » Mon Aug 31, 2015 5:01 pm

Its a 'no' today with 300k in the north and it will be a NO tomorrow IF there is 1 million there.

What dont you understand Bordo? Increasing the number of Turks on the island will not bring the Greek Cypriots closer to agreeing to Turkey's terms. It does the opposite.

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Re: Troubles Ahead - Turks making Demands

Postby Lordo » Mon Aug 31, 2015 5:30 pm

thats ok we can talk in 20 years time when we will be 2 million
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Re: Troubles Ahead - Turks making Demands

Postby Maximus » Mon Aug 31, 2015 5:34 pm

We?

You are already 75 million. :wink:
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Re: Troubles Ahead - Turks making Demands

Postby Lordo » Mon Aug 31, 2015 5:37 pm

do your sums again but this time use fingers from both hands
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Re: Troubles Ahead - Turks making Demands

Postby Maximus » Mon Aug 31, 2015 5:41 pm

One million. Am I right?
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Re: Troubles Ahead - Turks making Demands

Postby Lordo » Mon Aug 31, 2015 5:43 pm

perhaps this extract will help you understand the cyprus problem a little better with a bit more compassion.

Among them is Sevilay Berk from Pervolia of Trikomo whose mother and father were `missing` from May 1964… The remains of the `missing` parents of Sevilay were found in a well we had shown to the officials of the Cyprus Missing Persons' Committee not once but twice and when exhumations took place, they found them at the bottom of the well – a Turkish Cypriot reader had helped us to show this well by introducing us to an old Greek Cypriot who had been living in the vicinity of this well and we had gone with him to visit his house… He had willingly come and had shown us the well – another witness had shown me this well and we had shown it to the committee but the well was not exhumed. Now with the old man who had heard a noise and had got out and had witnessed that something strange was going on around that well and next morning seeing a woman's shoe and some blood around the well, his testimony would perhaps ensure the digging of that well…
In order to cover the smell from the two persons killed and thrown in the well (Sevilay's mother Shefika and father Huseyin Ahmet Kamber), they would fill the well with sand, the killers. They had been kept in the police station at Trikomo, we would find out from another kind hearted Greek Cypriot reader and they would even joke about these two innocent persons kept there… But only for one night… Next day or next night they would be killed. And the person serving there who is supposedly their murderer would come and boast about his newly acquired sweater, showing everyone and bragging how clever he had been since he made the Turkish Cypriot take off his sweater before killing him… `Otherwise the sweater would have had a hole in it but now, see how good it looks on me` he would say to those at the police station back in 1964…

assholes the lot of you.
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