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Re: I Feel like I'm receiving racism in Cyprus.

Postby Garavnoss » Thu Oct 29, 2015 9:04 pm

Garavnoss wrote:Nuff said !, this topic was always bound to stir up racist comments and I think the manner in which it was presented guaranteed the responses it has so far received.

As to myself [being a straight to the point sort of guy] I would advise the poster to "Get your Black arse back up the tree where you belong and forget about it !". :lol:


Regardless of the fact that I may have got the "Gender" wrong in my post (since rectified] I would like to highlight certain situations which eclipse the anguish of the OP who has advertised her distress at falling foul to that which has become known as "Racism".

If she is seeking some sympathy for her apparent dilemma and hopes that her contribution to the subject might result in some easing of her situation, she should be "Worldly" enough to realize that her problem is minuscule when compared to the problems facing those who are currently wandering afoot over vast swathes of their destroyed homelands, simply because it is considered expedient by those who wish to impose their will upon weaker nations.

Live with your "Darker" skin and be thankful that a little "Racial Intolerance" is all you have got to worry about, there are millions who would gladly change places with you and are unable to register their dismay due to the aforementioned.

You [on the other hand] can always rely upon the "Race Card" and by GOD don't you ["Coons"] know how to play it ?, I [for one] never will accept an argument based on the production of "Racism" as the basis for a discussion, I have SEEN too many examples of suffering in the wider world to register sympathy for your silly little complaint.

Be thankful that you have your health and strength, a place to live, food to eat and a life to live, it is so much more than so many of your fellow humans [Whatever Skin Tone" they may have or from wherever they may have come], may lay hold to. 8)
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Re: I Feel like I'm receiving racism in Cyprus.

Postby supporttheunderdog » Thu Oct 29, 2015 10:38 pm

Garavnoss wrote:
Garavnoss wrote:Nuff said !, this topic was always bound to stir up racist comments and I think the manner in which it was presented guaranteed the responses it has so far received.

As to myself [being a straight to the point sort of guy] I would advise the poster to "Get your Black arse back up the tree where you belong and forget about it !". :lol:


Regardless of the fact that I may have got the "Gender" wrong in my post (since rectified] I would like to highlight certain situations which eclipse the anguish of the OP who has advertised her distress at falling foul to that which has become known as "Racism".

If she is seeking some sympathy for her apparent dilemma and hopes that her contribution to the subject might result in some easing of her situation, she should be "Worldly" enough to realize that her problem is minuscule when compared to the problems facing those who are currently wandering afoot over vast swathes of their destroyed homelands, simply because it is considered expedient by those who wish to impose their will upon weaker nations.

Live with your "Darker" skin and be thankful that a little "Racial Intolerance" is all you have got to worry about, there are millions who would gladly change places with you and are unable to register their dismay due to the aforementioned.

You [on the other hand] can always rely upon the "Race Card" and by GOD don't you ["Coons"] know how to play it ?, I [for one] never will accept an argument based on the production of "Racism" as the basis for a discussion, I have SEEN too many examples of suffering in the wider world to register sympathy for your silly little complaint.

Be thankful that you have your health and strength, a place to live, food to eat and a life to live, it is so much more than so many of your fellow humans [Whatever Skin Tone" they may have or from wherever they may have come], may lay hold to. 8)
you know g, you really are a complete shit. Beneath contempt. I would say Fuck you, but then I would not want to give you any pleasure.
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Re: I Feel like I'm receiving racism in Cyprus.

Postby Garavnoss » Thu Oct 29, 2015 10:44 pm

supporttheunderdog wrote:
Garavnoss wrote:
Garavnoss wrote:Nuff said !, this topic was always bound to stir up racist comments and I think the manner in which it was presented guaranteed the responses it has so far received.

As to myself [being a straight to the point sort of guy] I would advise the poster to "Get your Black arse back up the tree where you belong and forget about it !". :lol:


Regardless of the fact that I may have got the "Gender" wrong in my post (since rectified] I would like to highlight certain situations which eclipse the anguish of the OP who has advertised her distress at falling foul to that which has become known as "Racism".

If she is seeking some sympathy for her apparent dilemma and hopes that her contribution to the subject might result in some easing of her situation, she should be "Worldly" enough to realize that her problem is minuscule when compared to the problems facing those who are currently wandering afoot over vast swathes of their destroyed homelands, simply because it is considered expedient by those who wish to impose their will upon weaker nations.

Live with your "Darker" skin and be thankful that a little "Racial Intolerance" is all you have got to worry about, there are millions who would gladly change places with you and are unable to register their dismay due to the aforementioned.

You [on the other hand] can always rely upon the "Race Card" and by GOD don't you ["Coons"] know how to play it ?, I [for one] never will accept an argument based on the production of "Racism" as the basis for a discussion, I have SEEN too many examples of suffering in the wider world to register sympathy for your silly little complaint.

Be thankful that you have your health and strength, a place to live, food to eat and a life to live, it is so much more than so many of your fellow humans [Whatever Skin Tone" they may have or from wherever they may have come], may lay hold to. 8)
you know g, you really are a complete shit. Beneath contempt. I would say Fuck you, but then I would not want to give you any pleasure.





I assure you that, under normal circumstances I am a most amiable chap, YOU [on the other hand] are a load of old bollocks. :lol:
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Re: I Feel like I'm receiving racism in Cyprus.

Postby Kokkinoujade » Wed Nov 04, 2015 8:26 pm

Thought I'd just add that my fiancé is Cypriot too (from northern Cyprus) :D
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Re: I Feel like I'm receiving racism in Cyprus.

Postby Cap » Wed Nov 04, 2015 8:39 pm

Kokkinoujade wrote:Thought I'd just add that my fiancé is Cypriot too (from northern Cyprus) :D


You keeping it strictly Cypriot then?

Good for you!
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Re: I Feel like I'm receiving racism in Cyprus.

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Wed Nov 04, 2015 11:07 pm

Kokkinoujade wrote:Thought I'd just add that my fiancé is Cypriot too (from northern Cyprus) :D


Not quite honest .... enough. You were sussed as a provocative Turk and nothing less. :wink:
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Re: I Feel like I'm receiving racism in Cyprus.

Postby insan » Thu Nov 05, 2015 12:08 am

Older generation GCs especially the ones that have a rural root, from low to mid income group are very warm and have a very friendly approach... the youngsters between the ages 14 - 35 are overwhelmingly "racist"... under 12 not even know the meaning of raceism, Turk, Greek, hate etc... they are very lovely and the well educated ones who knows intermediate level English are very helpful.
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Re: I Feel like I'm receiving racism in Cyprus.

Postby tsukoui » Thu Nov 05, 2015 12:57 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:
Kokkinoujade wrote:Thought I'd just add that my fiancé is Cypriot too (from northern Cyprus) :D


Not quite honest .... enough. You were sussed as a provocative Turk and nothing less. :wink:

Disgusting GIG, you make me puke. You are spot on to say that most of the TCs on this forum are using the issue to score points, alla why pick on the weakest?
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Re: I Feel like I'm receiving racism in Cyprus.

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Thu Nov 05, 2015 2:25 pm

tsukoui wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:
Kokkinoujade wrote:Thought I'd just add that my fiancé is Cypriot too (from northern Cyprus) :D


Not quite honest .... enough. You were sussed as a provocative Turk and nothing less. :wink:

Disgusting GIG, you make me puke. You are spot on to say that most of the TCs on this forum are using the issue to score points, alla why pick on the weakest?


Who is the weakest?
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Re: I Feel like I'm receiving racism in Cyprus.

Postby tsukoui » Thu Nov 05, 2015 8:33 pm

Cap wrote:
Kokkinoujade wrote:Thought I'd just add that my fiancé is Cypriot too (from northern Cyprus) :D


You keeping it strictly Cypriot then?

Good for you!
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Tricky. I'd beware of this girl she know WORD SOUND.
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