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Re: The Process of Solution

Postby RichardB » Fri Aug 05, 2016 6:08 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:
mistermax wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:
This invasion (July, 1974), the previous invasion(1964) and the subsequent invasion (August, 1974) were neither legal nor obligatory (nasty joke, huh) since the TCs pulled out of the 1960 Treaty in 1963.

Intervention may have been legal according to that Treaty, as the Council qualified, BUT, the treaty had been nullified. So by legal and logical deduction ALL three Turkish invasions were and are STILL illegal!


Oh that stupid judge didn't take your claims into account, huh? The truth is that the treaty has been nullified in your dreams only.

Turkey had an obligation to intervene and save the lives of TCs and communists that were arrested by eoka b gang members.


Which "stupid judge"? The Turkish one?

You really should stop acting like a brainwashed Turk if you want us to believe you are something else.

The reality is that the ILLEGAL INVASION (your choice of word) is STILL an illegal occupation.

Here are a few reasons why Turkey's actions are of warmongering and not peace:

1) the TCs nullified the 1960 Constitution by walking out. Turkey had no rights to a voice in Cyprus.

2) Turkey rubber-stamped this TC-nullification when it tried to invade in 1964 and was told to piss off by the USA.

3) the UN security council rewrote the "measures" (1964) which would be taken to maintain peace on Cyprus. These did not include ANY action by Turkey!

You will find no legal document which says "Turkey had an obligation" to invade.


Darling,
it wasn't an invasion..The nice turks just "intervened to restore the constitution. .its just taking a little longer than anticipated

The turks are struggling a little to understand the concept of democracy
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Re: The Process of Solution

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Fri Aug 05, 2016 6:22 pm

RichardB wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:
mistermax wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:
This invasion (July, 1974), the previous invasion(1964) and the subsequent invasion (August, 1974) were neither legal nor obligatory (nasty joke, huh) since the TCs pulled out of the 1960 Treaty in 1963.

Intervention may have been legal according to that Treaty, as the Council qualified, BUT, the treaty had been nullified. So by legal and logical deduction ALL three Turkish invasions were and are STILL illegal!


Oh that stupid judge didn't take your claims into account, huh? The truth is that the treaty has been nullified in your dreams only.

Turkey had an obligation to intervene and save the lives of TCs and communists that were arrested by eoka b gang members.


Which "stupid judge"? The Turkish one?

You really should stop acting like a brainwashed Turk if you want us to believe you are something else.

The reality is that the ILLEGAL INVASION (your choice of word) is STILL an illegal occupation.

Here are a few reasons why Turkey's actions are of warmongering and not peace:

1) the TCs nullified the 1960 Constitution by walking out. Turkey had no rights to a voice in Cyprus.

2) Turkey rubber-stamped this TC-nullification when it tried to invade in 1964 and was told to piss off by the USA.

3) the UN security council rewrote the "measures" (1964) which would be taken to maintain peace on Cyprus. These did not include ANY action by Turkey!

You will find no legal document which says "Turkey had an obligation" to invade.


Darling,
it wasn't an invasion..The nice turks just "intervened to restore the constitution. .its just taking a little longer than anticipated

The turks are struggling a little to understand the concept of democracy


It's time they had a coup ...
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Re: The Process of Solution

Postby mistermax » Fri Aug 05, 2016 7:21 pm

RichardB wrote:
Darling,
it wasn't an invasion..The nice turks just "intervened to restore the constitution. .its just taking a little longer than anticipated

The turks are struggling a little to understand the concept of democracy


It is taking GCs to accept that the future of TC children need to be taken into account.

GreekIslandGirl wrote:If some idiot Turk insists he wants *guarantees*, he would have to be reminded why they are not needed nor were they ever needed as they were merely an excuse to keep Cyprus under outside control.


Why are guarantees not needed? Care to elaborate?
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Re: The Process of Solution

Postby Get Real! » Fri Aug 05, 2016 7:57 pm

mistermax wrote:Why are guarantees not needed? Care to elaborate?

Oh they are needed alright… only not in the way you seem to think!

You see there are 80+ million Turks not too far from where I’m sitting and there’s only 600,000 odd native Cypriots in a country 37% of which has already been overrun by the 80 million.

Now I’d like you to gather all your intelligence and tell me which of the two peoples are in urgent need of outside guarantees if they are to evade extinction.

Some years ago I researched Cyprus’ census going back to 1568 and based on statistical trends calculated that... had the Turks never come to Cyprus uninvited the native Cypriot population would’ve been approximately 4.5 million today.

Now use all your intelligence again and tell me who is the victim of genocide and in urgent need of guarantees!
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Re: The Process of Solution

Postby Get Real! » Fri Aug 05, 2016 8:09 pm

PS: You may use the audience and call up to 3 friends to help you figure out the answer.
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Re: The Process of Solution

Postby mistermax » Fri Aug 05, 2016 8:31 pm

Get Real! wrote:
mistermax wrote:Why are guarantees not needed? Care to elaborate?

Oh they are needed alright… only not in the way you seem to think!

You see there are 80+ million Turks not too far from where I’m sitting and there’s only 600,000 odd native Cypriots in a country 37% of which has already been overrun by the 80 million.

Now I’d like you to gather all your intelligence and tell me which of the two peoples are in urgent need of outside guarantees if they are to evade extinction.

Some years ago I researched Cyprus’ census going back to 1568 and based on statistical trends calculated that... had the Turks never come to Cyprus uninvited the native Cypriot population would’ve been approximately 4.5 million today.

Now use all your intelligence again and tell me who is the victim of genocide and in urgent need of guarantees!


Doesnt really matter what happened in 1500.

Doesn't really matter if there are one billion turks in a swimming distance.

Without guaranties, you will start ethic cleansing as it has always been the plan, as you did before.

You can't hide behind your finger any more.
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Re: The Process of Solution

Postby Get Real! » Fri Aug 05, 2016 9:06 pm

mistermax wrote:Doesnt really matter what happened in 1500.
Doesn't really matter if there are one billion turks in a swimming distance.

In that case it doesn't really matter if there's ethnic cleansing either... if you don't care about my concerns then I don't care about yours sweetheart! :lol:

Without guaranties, you will start ethic cleansing as it has always been the plan, as you did before.

Too bad... move to Turkey where you'll be nice and safe. :wink:

You can't hide behind your finger any more.

Not my finger... I hide behind my G3 which I keep nice and polished.
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Re: The Process of Solution

Postby Get Real! » Fri Aug 05, 2016 9:08 pm

You should’ve called one of your friends… now everyone knows you have the intellect of a constipated squirrel. :lol:
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Re: The Process of Solution

Postby mistermax » Fri Aug 05, 2016 11:07 pm

Get Real! wrote:Not my finger... I hide behind my G3 which I keep nice and polished.


:roll:
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Re: The Process of Solution

Postby kurupetos » Fri Aug 05, 2016 11:31 pm

mistermax wrote:
Get Real! wrote:Not my finger... I hide behind my G3 which I keep nice and polished.


:roll:


I am still waiting for an answer, boy...

kurupetos wrote:
mistermax wrote:forever

You do that, but usually people like you leave after a few days...

Dunno why... :?

Now tell us... where did you serve your military service?
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