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Re: TRNC and America

Postby Get Real! » Tue Dec 29, 2015 12:14 am

MrH wrote:But one thing is certain, and that is that neither of those two Cypriot states can ever be dissolved.

I don't think so... the military option is always on the table under the right geopolitical scenario.

With Turkey currently in a civil war, Russia on her back and having moved next door to her... anything is possible.

Patience is a virtue...
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Re: TRNC and America

Postby repulsewarrior » Tue Dec 29, 2015 10:14 pm

Lordo wrote:
DrCyprus wrote:MrH

We already know what happened in 1974. It is very clearly documented. Feel free to read on it and educate yourself.

how do you know, were you born then or did you read it in books.


...still fresh in my mind.

While so called "Greeks", and "Turks" were on their murdering rampages, they killed Cypriots mostly, didn't they?
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Re: TRNC and America

Postby Lordo » Wed Dec 30, 2015 2:03 am

absolutely rw, and only cypriots.
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Re: TRNC and America

Postby kurupetos » Sun Jan 03, 2016 8:46 pm

Get Real! wrote:
MrH wrote:But one thing is certain, and that is that neither of those two Cypriot states can ever be dissolved.

I don't think so... the military option is always on the table under the right geopolitical scenario.

With Turkey currently in a civil war, Russia on her back and having moved next door to her... anything is possible.

Patience is a virtue...

Almost there, mate. :D
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Re: TRNC and America

Postby Nikitas » Mon Jan 04, 2016 12:18 pm

Mr H, you need to read interviews given by Ecevit to international media.

He said clearly that if the Greek side had agreed to the Turkish ultimatum of August 13 1974 Turkey would not have had to carry out Attila II and "kill 4500 people".

So cut the crap about the four days of the coup being responsible for thousands of dead. And if Ecevit's statements are not enough check on the mass graves being discovered and the forensic analyses of the wounds found on these remains.

Face it, the "best in NATO" carried out deliberate executions of civilians and prisoners of war. Trying to convince us otherwise in the face of overwhelming evidence shows you to be a grand malakas.
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Re: TRNC and America

Postby Lordo » Mon Jan 04, 2016 12:34 pm

at least tell us what the ultimatum aug 13 74 was. was it a bbf by any chance and considering we are there now, also considering the military position of the gcs was it not utter stupidity to refuse it.
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Re: TRNC and America

Postby Jerry » Mon Jan 04, 2016 6:28 pm

MrH wrote:Sotos and DrCyprus,

This is all what I meant about a bloody war. The Americans lost over 20 million people in the North and South war and don't piss on it as much as your few Greek Soldiers whom got slaughtered by their own Greek brothers across the water!



I assume you mean the American Civil War 1861 - 1865. I always thought you talked out of your arse but now you have convinced me. The population of America was 31 million in 1860, estimates of casualties vary between 600,000 and 850,000.

Instead of making "facts" up, like you do with Cyprus, why don't you try a little harder to tell the truth and quote verifiable sources.
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