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Re: The Process of Solution

Postby kurupetos » Thu Aug 04, 2016 11:16 am

mistermax wrote:
B25 wrote:
mistermax wrote:What would you suggest that could keep Turkey out and TC safe?


That's easy, send all the TCs back to Turkey, and hey presto, no need for Turkey anywhere near our shores.

Problem solved. :wink:


meh, most probable to deport all nationalist racist bigots like yourself. After that it will be "problem solved"

No, we will deport Turkish settlers like yourself, little f*ck.
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Re: The Process of Solution

Postby mistermax » Thu Aug 04, 2016 11:46 am

kurupetos wrote:
mistermax wrote:
B25 wrote:
mistermax wrote:What would you suggest that could keep Turkey out and TC safe?


That's easy, send all the TCs back to Turkey, and hey presto, no need for Turkey anywhere near our shores.

Problem solved. :wink:


meh, most probable to deport all nationalist racist bigots like yourself. After that it will be "problem solved"

No, we will deport Turkish settlers like yourself, little f*ck.


First of all, I am probably more greek than you, as I am half Greek and half GC.

Second of all, you nationalist will be deported so the vast peace loving majority of Cyprus will live happily ever after.
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Re: The Process of Solution

Postby kurupetos » Thu Aug 04, 2016 11:49 am

mistermax wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
mistermax wrote:
B25 wrote:
mistermax wrote:What would you suggest that could keep Turkey out and TC safe?


That's easy, send all the TCs back to Turkey, and hey presto, no need for Turkey anywhere near our shores.

Problem solved. :wink:


meh, most probable to deport all nationalist racist bigots like yourself. After that it will be "problem solved"

No, we will deport Turkish settlers like yourself, little f*ck.


First of all, I am probably more greek than you, as I am half Greek and half GC.

Second of all, you nationalist will be deported so the vast peace loving majority of Cyprus will live happily ever after.

:lol: :lol: :lol:
Come to ELAM offices to deport us, little Turk. :mrgreen:
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Re: The Process of Solution

Postby B25 » Thu Aug 04, 2016 11:54 am

mistermax wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
mistermax wrote:
B25 wrote:
mistermax wrote:What would you suggest that could keep Turkey out and TC safe?


That's easy, send all the TCs back to Turkey, and hey presto, no need for Turkey anywhere near our shores.

Problem solved. :wink:


meh, most probable to deport all nationalist racist bigots like yourself. After that it will be "problem solved"

No, we will deport Turkish settlers like yourself, little f*ck.


First of all, I am probably more greek than you, as I am half Greek and half GC.

Second of all, you nationalist will be deported so the vast peace loving majority of Cyprus will live happily ever after.


Not only are you from a nation that fucked us and surrendered half our country to the Turks, you now want to give them the remaining part. What a f malaka. Re, ma ti malakas eisai gamw to keraton sou mesa.

Only a half GC and you think you are more Cypriot than the rest of us FFS. :lol: :lol: :lol:

Your other half nation is a country of cowards that allow the Turks to shit all over them, and you come here to ask us to do the same axriste. So tell us, what you doing about the Turkish flag placed on one of the Greek islands other than hide behind your mothers apron????
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Re: The Process of Solution

Postby Lordo » Thu Aug 04, 2016 12:17 pm

greak island you say b5 ghamodo gerradossoui gavole. neron dou kezzapin mesdi ratsassou
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Re: The Process of Solution

Postby B25 » Thu Aug 04, 2016 12:35 pm

Lordo wrote:greak island you say b5 ghamodo gerradossoui gavole. neron dou kezzapin mesdi ratsassou


Yes an internationally , UN recognised Greek Island, unlike you Turkish cunts that invade anywhere and claim them as yours gavole as you say.
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Re: The Process of Solution

Postby mistermax » Thu Aug 04, 2016 12:38 pm

B25 wrote:
Lordo wrote:greak island you say b5 ghamodo gerradossoui gavole. neron dou kezzapin mesdi ratsassou


Yes an internationally , UN recognised Greek Island, unlike you Turkish cunts that invade anywhere and claim them as yours gavole as you say.


In Resolution 573, the Council of Europe supported the legality of the Turkish invasion as per Article 4 of the Guarantee Treaty of 1960, which allows Turkey, Greece, and the United Kingdom to unilaterally intervene militarily in failure of a multilateral response to crisis in Cyprus. The Court of Appeal in Athens further stated in 1979 that the Turkish invasion was legal and that "The real culprits... are the Greek officers who engineered and staged a coup and prepared the conditions for the invasion".
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Re: The Process of Solution

Postby B25 » Thu Aug 04, 2016 1:10 pm

mistermax wrote:
B25 wrote:
Lordo wrote:greak island you say b5 ghamodo gerradossoui gavole. neron dou kezzapin mesdi ratsassou


Yes an internationally , UN recognised Greek Island, unlike you Turkish cunts that invade anywhere and claim them as yours gavole as you say.


In Resolution 573, the Council of Europe supported the legality of the Turkish invasion as per Article 4 of the Guarantee Treaty of 1960, which allows Turkey, Greece, and the United Kingdom to unilaterally intervene militarily in failure of a multilateral response to crisis in Cyprus. The Court of Appeal in Athens further stated in 1979 that the Turkish invasion was legal and that "The real culprits... are the Greek officers who engineered and staged a coup and prepared the conditions for the invasion".


You uneducated fool, to invade, re-establish control and hand back to the legitimate government is one thing, but to invade, murder, rape, pillage and illegally occupy some 40+ years later is something else. You are a twat of the highest degree to even attempt to justify such an invasion as legal and proper, hade fuck off, poushto kalamara. You have enough shit in your own country to sort out, never mind mine. What a plonker.
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Re: The Process of Solution

Postby Get Real! » Thu Aug 04, 2016 1:15 pm

mistermax wrote:In Resolution 573, the Council of Europe supported the legality of the Turkish invasion as per Article 4 of the Guarantee Treaty of 1960, which allows Turkey, Greece, and the United Kingdom to unilaterally intervene militarily in failure of a multilateral response to crisis in Cyprus. The Court of Appeal in Athens further stated in 1979 that the Turkish invasion was legal and that "The real culprits... are the Greek officers who engineered and staged a coup and prepared the conditions for the invasion".

It talks about the legality of an INTERVENTION to facilitate the immediate restoration of the previous (and legal) state of affairs, but certainly not an OCCUPATION… let alone a 45 year one! :)
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Re: The Process of Solution

Postby mistermax » Thu Aug 04, 2016 1:20 pm

Get Real! wrote:
mistermax wrote:In Resolution 573, the Council of Europe supported the legality of the Turkish invasion as per Article 4 of the Guarantee Treaty of 1960, which allows Turkey, Greece, and the United Kingdom to unilaterally intervene militarily in failure of a multilateral response to crisis in Cyprus. The Court of Appeal in Athens further stated in 1979 that the Turkish invasion was legal and that "The real culprits... are the Greek officers who engineered and staged a coup and prepared the conditions for the invasion".

It talks about the legality of an INTERVENTION to facilitate the immediate restoration of the previous (and legal) state of affairs, but certainly not an OCCUPATION… let alone a 45 year one! :)



thats right, intervention was legal, occupation illegal.
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