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Re: cyprus problem on its last legs

Postby kurupetos » Wed Jul 27, 2016 11:18 pm

Mustiejodu wrote:Fuck historical dates as the past can't move to the present so what actions are taken now is what will make the difference. The actions of 1571,1953,1963,1974,2005 etc etc has played some part in leading us to where we are now physically and mentally that's all there is to be said about that however let's discuss what 2016 with BREXIT. What path will this take us on for our next historical date to be put in the history books? All I see is different rulers with different titles ruling Cyprus. We need to update the tray that most Cypriots have at home with the Cyprus map and a section that shows who ruled Cyprus. We need to put EU on it

Typical Ottoman approach... It's always funny... :lol:
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Re: cyprus problem on its last legs

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu Jul 28, 2016 6:45 pm

Mustiejodu wrote:
B25 wrote:
Lordo wrote:the nature of the cyprus solution is being to show signs of change. it seeks the international community is running out of patience with the gcs and is beginning to think about a velvet divorce. on your heads be it.

http://in-cyprus.com/a-velvet-divorce-on-the-cards/


Keep on wet dreaming my fat greasy little turko.

The worst that can happen for us is to legalise your crimes the best is to keep you forever illegal and let Turkey annex you and keep you under the Erdocunt thumb.

:lol: :lol: :lol:


As much as I would like to dispute I have to agree with your comments . ERDOGAN CUNT IS EXACTLY HOW I SEE HIM. BUT I SEE HIM AND HIS CRONIES IN THIS WAY NOT THE TURKISH PEOPLE FROM TURKEY. I like the Turkish people they are warm hearted friendly people. We are talking politics here and the regime of these corrupt individuals. I am being very frank and honest with you that when I go to Cyprus south generally the GC s are not as warm welcoming culture. A bit of arrogance is what I feel and see. This is the observations I make and this is my point of view . YOUR CULTURE IS SIMILAR TO ITALIANS WHO THINK THEY ARE THE BEST AND ARE VERY ARROGANT. Can't stand the Italians either. I like down to earth humble and genuine people and your culture generally is not and its a known fact when tourists move from south to north they make the same comments about the difference between TC S AND GCS


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Re: cyprus problem on its last legs

Postby kurupetos » Thu Jul 28, 2016 6:56 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:
Mustiejodu wrote:
B25 wrote:
Lordo wrote:the nature of the cyprus solution is being to show signs of change. it seeks the international community is running out of patience with the gcs and is beginning to think about a velvet divorce. on your heads be it.

http://in-cyprus.com/a-velvet-divorce-on-the-cards/


Keep on wet dreaming my fat greasy little turko.

The worst that can happen for us is to legalise your crimes the best is to keep you forever illegal and let Turkey annex you and keep you under the Erdocunt thumb.

:lol: :lol: :lol:


As much as I would like to dispute I have to agree with your comments . ERDOGAN CUNT IS EXACTLY HOW I SEE HIM. BUT I SEE HIM AND HIS CRONIES IN THIS WAY NOT THE TURKISH PEOPLE FROM TURKEY. I like the Turkish people they are warm hearted friendly people. We are talking politics here and the regime of these corrupt individuals. I am being very frank and honest with you that when I go to Cyprus south generally the GC s are not as warm welcoming culture. A bit of arrogance is what I feel and see. This is the observations I make and this is my point of view . YOUR CULTURE IS SIMILAR TO ITALIANS WHO THINK THEY ARE THE BEST AND ARE VERY ARROGANT. Can't stand the Italians either. I like down to earth humble and genuine people and your culture generally is not and its a known fact when tourists move from south to north they make the same comments about the difference between TC S AND GCS


...fear, Cypriots Greek and Turkish, must overcome their fear.

What fear is that, RW? :?
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Re: cyprus problem on its last legs

Postby DT. » Fri Jul 29, 2016 1:02 pm

Mustiejodu wrote:
B25 wrote:
Lordo wrote:the nature of the cyprus solution is being to show signs of change. it seeks the international community is running out of patience with the gcs and is beginning to think about a velvet divorce. on your heads be it.

http://in-cyprus.com/a-velvet-divorce-on-the-cards/


Keep on wet dreaming my fat greasy little turko.

The worst that can happen for us is to legalise your crimes the best is to keep you forever illegal and let Turkey annex you and keep you under the Erdocunt thumb.

:lol: :lol: :lol:


As much as I would like to dispute I have to agree with your comments . ERDOGAN CUNT IS EXACTLY HOW I SEE HIM. BUT I SEE HIM AND HIS CRONIES IN THIS WAY NOT THE TURKISH PEOPLE FROM TURKEY. I like the Turkish people they are warm hearted friendly people. We are talking politics here and the regime of these corrupt individuals. I am being very frank and honest with you that when I go to Cyprus south generally the GC s are not as warm welcoming culture. A bit of arrogance is what I feel and see. This is the observations I make and this is my point of view . YOUR CULTURE IS SIMILAR TO ITALIANS WHO THINK THEY ARE THE BEST AND ARE VERY ARROGANT. Can't stand the Italians either. I like down to earth humble and genuine people and your culture generally is not and its a known fact when tourists move from south to north they make the same comments about the difference between TC S AND GCS


Difficult not to be cocky when we're all so freakin' handsome 8)
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Re: cyprus problem on its last legs

Postby Lordo » Fri Jul 29, 2016 8:32 pm

DT. wrote:
Mustiejodu wrote:
B25 wrote:
Lordo wrote:the nature of the cyprus solution is being to show signs of change. it seeks the international community is running out of patience with the gcs and is beginning to think about a velvet divorce. on your heads be it.

http://in-cyprus.com/a-velvet-divorce-on-the-cards/


Keep on wet dreaming my fat greasy little turko.

The worst that can happen for us is to legalise your crimes the best is to keep you forever illegal and let Turkey annex you and keep you under the Erdocunt thumb.

:lol: :lol: :lol:


As much as I would like to dispute I have to agree with your comments . ERDOGAN CUNT IS EXACTLY HOW I SEE HIM. BUT I SEE HIM AND HIS CRONIES IN THIS WAY NOT THE TURKISH PEOPLE FROM TURKEY. I like the Turkish people they are warm hearted friendly people. We are talking politics here and the regime of these corrupt individuals. I am being very frank and honest with you that when I go to Cyprus south generally the GC s are not as warm welcoming culture. A bit of arrogance is what I feel and see. This is the observations I make and this is my point of view . YOUR CULTURE IS SIMILAR TO ITALIANS WHO THINK THEY ARE THE BEST AND ARE VERY ARROGANT. Can't stand the Italians either. I like down to earth humble and genuine people and your culture generally is not and its a known fact when tourists move from south to north they make the same comments about the difference between TC S AND GCS


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Re: cyprus problem on its last legs

Postby kurupetos » Tue Aug 02, 2016 8:28 pm

It could be... Maybe? :mrgreen:
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