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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby Lordo » Thu Aug 11, 2016 11:00 pm

stanatheman na yirepsis dje na do vris shillaruimmu
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby kurupetos » Fri Aug 12, 2016 5:18 pm

Lordo wrote:stanatheman na yirepsis dje na do vris shillaruimmu

I am not an atheist, kuz.
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby Oceanside50 » Fri Aug 12, 2016 6:51 pm

mistermax wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:

Arresting suspected coupists isn't unconstitutional. Beating them up is. You seemed to be talking about the arrests of Gulen supporters suspected of involvement in a failed coup, now you are changing the goal posts.


Beating is always unconstitutional, but I have seen how GCs reacted at the beating of the Conspiracy of Fire Nuclei members

Anyway, anyone who says he wont accept Turkish Guarantees should propose his alternative plan.


EU primary law is everyone's guarantee, of rights and safety, if the Tc can't accept it, then they have no place being in the EU... And I doubt they will accept Eu primary law because the first thing they want to abolish after a solution, is Eu primary law..the Tc do not have values that correspond to the west, therefore their best option is to fold their tents, unchain their camels and wives and go back to Turkey and take the rest of the kosher Turk pigs with them
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby Lordo » Fri Aug 12, 2016 9:00 pm

you can shove your eu primary law where the sun does not shine you stupid yank. we have had 7 attacks onthe tcs and not one has been prosecuted. not even investigated. you would think the police will arrive at the sceene and ask questions and find witnesses or something. nothing. and this with full protection of the eu primary law.

yeah right. shove it.

it will be bbf or furk offfff stupid idiot.
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby kurupetos » Fri Aug 12, 2016 11:07 pm

Seems our friend Akinci is in trouble... the pseudo PM is trying to oust him and he has Erdo supporting him.

That's probably why we have so many false flag events, where TCs are supposedly attacked by GCs. :evil:
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby Lordo » Sat Aug 13, 2016 12:04 am

what false flag you stupid idiot. it happened in south lefkosha
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Aug 13, 2016 6:23 am

What is left of the Cypriot population in the occupied territories (Turkish, or not,) are not represented, but subject to, a foreign state. They are isolated because they represent a very small percentage of influence when compared to what is receognised as fact, the Republic of Cyprus, and, a "motherland" who clearly has no interest in advancing a Cypriot State.

There is no "Greek Cyprus", there is no "North Cyprus". It would be nice, that within the Republic, with its Constitutional Reform, if there existed Cypriot Constituencies at another level of Government, thus providing to its Citizens and electors a Cypriot identity as Individuals, as well as self-representation as Persons, the Constituencies themselves having National Assemblies should they choose to. This is a BBF, as in Canada, and the USA, for example.

...there is only one way to Freedom: respect and recognition, a willingness to defend each other, for Cyprus, as Cypriots.

Apologists abound indeed, they fret and worry on their Agendas, and their own security in a world where "they" imagine much hatefulness toward "them". Why accept their illusions? Either "Greek" or "Turkish", specifically this (these) group(s), the other half as i like to say, not Cypriot (but something else) who deny a Cypriot existence, deny that their intentions are toward promoting a "Greekness", or a "Turkishness", not a Cypriot way...

...do you really expect "your" part of Cyprus to remain "pure", a monoclonal society as it is today (in any case)? ; think.

mistermax, why would you deny Turkish Cypriots freewill, to live freely anywhere in Cyprus, a minority as you may say, if they choose to? Why then is it impossible for Greek Cypriots, to feel and to act in the same way?

...i say, "we" take back the flag; choosing to express ourselves, as Cypriots, because we are Cypriots, by flying the Flag of Cyprus, for Cyprus, wherever we can.
It is, on this island, the only one (forget the UN, forget the EU, for the moment,) which represents the Universal Principals that make "us", Human, beings. The "others" it's clear, among other things, serve themselves.

...the big issue is, now that Turkish Cypriots have been reduced to accepting anything that is given to them (by Turkey) (, framed as "Turks"), out of this dysfunction, how will they replace this despair with good intentions?

@ Lordo, dude, I remember Koray Basogrultmacı and Cinel Senem Husseyin, myself.

@ kurupetos, it will come down to that: Turkey or Cyprus; will you fight with those, for Cyprus?
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby kurupetos » Sat Aug 13, 2016 6:05 pm

Lordo wrote:what false flag you stupid idiot. it happened in south lefkosha

I'm still waiting for proof... until then you have nothing...
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby kurupetos » Sat Aug 13, 2016 6:05 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:@ kurupetos, it will come down to that: Turkey or Cyprus; will you fight with those, for Cyprus?

How do you know that? :?
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby repulsewarrior » Sun Aug 14, 2016 8:39 am

...you said it, Akinci the man overwhelmingly voted, for Cyprus, is in trouble. He has been isolated, by the "Turks". Cypriots exist kurupetos, they will react, for Democracy, they will take to the hills as they have done before, and win.

...frankly, i am not expecting a "Greek" to have the courage to join with others under the Cypriot Flag; without honour if you ask me, if Cyprus is not their fight, but "Greekness" is.
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