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Merkel ready to push Turkey EU accession

Postby observer » Sun Oct 18, 2015 9:45 pm

Merkel ready to push Turkey EU accession in exchange for migrant help

http://cyprus-mail.com/2015/10/18/merke ... rant-help/

Oh dear
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Re: Merkel ready to push Turkey EU accession

Postby DrCyprus » Sun Oct 18, 2015 9:54 pm

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I will comment on this topic after I watch the Eurocouncil reactions next week.
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Re: Merkel ready to push Turkey EU accession

Postby Lordo » Sun Oct 18, 2015 10:11 pm

if they just get the visas dropped with the fact that they are already preferred traders as they have such low tax rates for trade is perfect. they dont need to join. the tourism in terggy will expand and trading too. its a win win.
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Re: Merkel ready to push Turkey EU accession

Postby Get Real! » Sun Oct 18, 2015 10:26 pm

observer wrote:Merkel ready to push Turkey EU accession in exchange for migrant help

http://cyprus-mail.com/2015/10/18/merke ... rant-help/

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You’re wasting your time with a dead horse. Germany will promise and probably offer support only to be blocked by (at least) Cyprus.
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Re: Merkel ready to push Turkey EU accession

Postby DrCyprus » Sun Oct 18, 2015 11:50 pm

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Re: Merkel ready to push Turkey EU accession

Postby observer » Sun Oct 18, 2015 11:51 pm

I agree and am very happy that Turkey will not be tied to the dead horse that is the EU.

I just thought that you would like to see how unimportant Cyprus and its problem is in the real world compared with the importance of Turkey. That's likely to remain the case in the future despite all the comments of puffed up GC politicians who think Cyprus is the centre of the universe. So don't expect any real help from the EU or the UN in removing Turkey from the North. Sad but true.
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Re: Merkel ready to push Turkey EU accession

Postby DrCyprus » Mon Oct 19, 2015 12:26 am

observer wrote:I just thought that you would like to see how unimportant Cyprus and its problem is in the real world compared with the importance of Turkey.


At this point, I would to remind you of how unimportant you and your opinions are when compared to Cyprus and the Cyprus problem.

I'm sure it's very convenient and soothing for your fragile personality and lack of character to hide behind the image of Turkey, and to support Turkey as though it's some kind of football team. All the same, I hope that for your own sake as a human being you realise, sooner rather than later, that the crimes of Turkey also have effects on its own people. The victims of the protests in Ankara are just a few examples of everything that is going wrong in Turkey. So was the rape and death of the young Turkish girl around a month ago in Istanbul.

The list of Turkish people in Turkey who are victims of the Turkish state are comparable to the Greek Cypriot victims of the state of Turkey in Cyprus. I stand by the rights of the Turkish people who dared to speak their mind against the horrible and criminal Turkish vomitory called government who are now in prison or exile.

As a human being, I lament the fact that there are people who are Turkish and support the present Turkish state. I'm also saddened by how NATO is pampering to the every need of this sick immoral spoiled child called the Turkish government machine.
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Re: Merkel ready to push Turkey EU accession

Postby Lordo » Mon Oct 19, 2015 12:27 am

DrCyprus wrote:
observer wrote:I just thought that you would like to see how unimportant Cyprus and its problem is in the real world compared with the importance of Turkey.


At this point, I would to remind you of how unimportant you and your opinions are when compared to Cyprus and the Cyprus problem.

I'm sure it's very convenient and soothing for your fragile personality and lack of character to hide behind the image of Turkey, and to support Turkey as though it's some kind of football team. All the same, I hope that for your own sake as a human being you realise, sooner rather than later, that the crimes of Turkey also have effects on its own people. The victims of the protests in Ankara are just a few examples of everything that is going wrong in Turkey. So was the rape and death of the young Turkish girl around a month ago in Istanbul.

The list of Turkish people in Turkey who are victims of the Turkish state are comparable to the Greek Cypriot victims of the state of Turkey in Cyprus. I stand by the rights of the Turkish people who dared to speak their mind against the horrible and criminal Turkish vomitory called government who are now in prison or exile.

As a human being, I lament the fact that there are people who are Turkish and support the present Turkish state. I'm also saddened by how NATO is pampering to the every need of this sick immoral spoiled child called the Turkish government machine.

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Re: Merkel ready to push Turkey EU accession

Postby Get Real! » Mon Oct 19, 2015 1:05 am

observer wrote:I agree and am very happy that Turkey will not be tied to the dead horse that is the EU.

I just thought that you would like to see how unimportant Cyprus and its problem is in the real world compared with the importance of Turkey. That's likely to remain the case in the future despite all the comments of puffed up GC politicians who think Cyprus is the centre of the universe. So don't expect any real help from the EU or the UN in removing Turkey from the North. Sad but true.

I don’t find Turkey important for a number of major reasons…

1. Turkey is not allowed into the EU despite Erdogan begging for years and no doubt bribing as many EU and American politicians as possible to write up good reports and exert influence on behalf of Turkey. It hasn't worked.

2. Nobody has bothered to help Turkey when Russia moved in next door recently and America seems to have gone AWOL. NATO’s signature has proven unworthy of the paper it was written on.

3. Turkey does not have any friends (literally zero) in the region and therefore cannot rely on anyone to lend her support and further her causes. More importantly, Turkey is completely ignored and excluded from all Mediterranean hydrocarbon deals/partnerships.

4. Russia’s recent ME takeover is also expected to have a profound downgrading of Turkey’s ability to exert and further herself in the region.
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Re: Merkel ready to push Turkey EU accession

Postby repulsewarrior » Mon Oct 19, 2015 2:01 am

DrCyprus wrote:
observer wrote:I just thought that you would like to see how unimportant Cyprus and its problem is in the real world compared with the importance of Turkey.


At this point, I would to remind you of how unimportant you and your opinions are when compared to Cyprus and the Cyprus problem.

I'm sure it's very convenient and soothing for your fragile personality and lack of character to hide behind the image of Turkey, and to support Turkey as though it's some kind of football team. All the same, I hope that for your own sake as a human being you realise, sooner rather than later, that the crimes of Turkey also have effects on its own people. The victims of the protests in Ankara are just a few examples of everything that is going wrong in Turkey. So was the rape and death of the young Turkish girl around a month ago in Istanbul.

The list of Turkish people in Turkey who are victims of the Turkish state are comparable to the Greek Cypriot victims of the state of Turkey in Cyprus. I stand by the rights of the Turkish people who dared to speak their mind against the horrible and criminal Turkish vomitory called government who are now in prison or exile.

As a human being, I lament the fact that there are people who are Turkish and support the present Turkish state. I'm also saddened by how NATO is pampering to the every need of this sick immoral spoiled child called the Turkish government machine.


...well said.

...if there is a time for it, it is time to be a little more serious about "being" Cypriot. Taking "sides" is over. Cyprus exists. Preparing ourselves toward defending each other as Cypriots is more important than "Greekness", or "Turkishness", for the sake of our Freedom, as Individuals, and as Human beings. I hope our leaders, everyone of us, demonstrate this respect, and recognition, for Universal Principals.
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