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Re: federal republic of cyprus

Postby Lordo » Tue Oct 06, 2015 5:44 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:...i suppose if the Turkish Constituency, like the Greek Constituency served electors within territorial jurisdictions, (by spotting the geography with 'enclaves') island wide, then it would be possible to expect that over time there will be an osmosis if you will, where, even if the population does not represent a vast majority that are ethnically Turkish, the electors as dwellers will still have the capacity to sustain themselves as Turkish Cypriots (and vice versa).

You cannot imagine, Lordo, a mono-clonal society, once the doors to Cyprus were opened by the Modern Age, that possibility was over, for "Greeks", and for "Turks". As it is today, Greek is not the threat to Turkish, in Cyprus, English is a larger threat to both. It is exactly as I said. Cyprus has an Ethnos worth defending, and it is as Cypriots that we will succeed in sustaining more than one identity, because with Bicommunality, we recognise the importance of our lives as Individuals, and the importance of our lives as Persons.

...the "gcs" as you call them will not flood the north, there will be Cypriots with good intentions that will find their choices compelling. Speak Turkish, or Greek (first), and English, and many other languages.

There will be a great deal of prosperity, what with the potential that will now be realizable, with Free Movement people will adapt as they are apt to do, for the better.

i know that rw and you know that but the tc fanatics will exploit the situation to get a no vote if the door is left open. if you put no controls to who lives where, then the fact that it is highly unlikely to happen does not come into it, it will be used against the plan and the plan is rejected. i am fairly confident that despite derogation and quotas put in place the quotas will be be exceeded because no that many people will want to up sticks and move to the north. the problem is one of the mind set and we want to move forward towards unification rather than division.
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Re: federal republic of cyprus

Postby Lordo » Sat Oct 10, 2015 5:12 pm

there you have it folks

eu uk usa and terggy will help financially for piss. dont say groc will pay the cost again. the thr trnc will give some water to wash all your sins away. and any case you was beginning to smell like the old fool.


enjoy

http://in-cyprus.com/billion-euro-reunification-bill/
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Re: federal republic of cyprus

Postby kurupetos » Sun Oct 11, 2015 12:59 pm

No agreement before the dissolution of Turkey and the formation of a Kurdish state, kuz. :wink:
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Re: federal republic of cyprus

Postby Lordo » Sun Oct 11, 2015 1:18 pm

kurupetos wrote:No agreement before the dissolution of Turkey and the formation of a Kurdish state, kuz. :wink:

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Re: federal republic of cyprus

Postby Nikitas » Sun Oct 11, 2015 2:43 pm

The underlying assumption is that the Turks who lived in Larnaca, Limassol and Paphos will not want to return to their properties.

If that does not pan out in practice the "majority" angle on BBF vanishes. And then we have a problem. A real problem for the BBF mandarins on both sides.
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Re: federal republic of cyprus

Postby Lordo » Sun Oct 11, 2015 2:50 pm

why is that a problem. the criteria used for decision making by the commission will be applied there as much as in the north. i have never heard a single tc looking forward to returning after the agreement, of course there will be those who will want to just the same as gcs who will want to move north. that is why we will have the committee to make the decisions.
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Re: federal republic of cyprus

Postby repulsewarrior » Sun Oct 11, 2015 5:57 pm

...what does it matter if you are Greek? why should it?

You have a very low opinion of people in general it seems, Lordo. Anyone who chooses to move north will do so because they have the intention to make for themselves something better than what they have. It is hard to believe that a person such as this will not adapt. As it is, it would be absurd to live or to move into a Turcophone environment without some capacity to communicate, or the willingness to change something about yourself, it is no different anywhere else on the planet. I respect your fear Lordo, and "your" fear. But that fear lies within yourself, and to make a change, you must change.

drats, i realise i am answering another topic, but i hope you get the jist of my observation.
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Re: federal republic of cyprus

Postby Lordo » Sun Oct 11, 2015 6:07 pm

i have no personal fear rw. i never pass personal opinions. my posts reflects the fear of what you may call average tc in the street otherwise known as ahmet mehmet and omer.
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Re: federal republic of cyprus

Postby DrCyprus » Sun Oct 11, 2015 8:08 pm

Lordo wrote:i have no personal fear rw. i never pass personal opinions. my posts reflects the fear of what you may call average tc in the street otherwise known as ahmet mehmet and omer.


What about Orhan Lordo, do you not represent Orhan as well?

The reason why Lordo has that fear is because tactics such as the ones he describes are used by Turkey all the time.
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Re: federal republic of cyprus

Postby Lordo » Sun Oct 11, 2015 10:06 pm

i realise this is going to go over your head, but it is similar to tom dick harry, there is no john there is there?
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