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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby Flying Horse » Sun Aug 14, 2016 11:58 am

Young 'Turkish Cypriot' people have already begun to react RW. When the pro Erdogan rally was on the go in occupied Nicosia a week or so back, shouting Ally Akbaah, demanding where Akinci was, the Turkish Cypriot youth were rallying against a mainland 'Turk' led sports and Cultural body being imposed on them. The youth do not want to be told what to do by an alien religious spouting entity. Their own culture is not based the same as mainland Turks. The youth have had enough.
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby kurupetos » Sun Aug 14, 2016 4:42 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:...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.

The problem is that those TCs you expect to revolt are a minority of the minority, since the settlers are now a majority and most TCs are like Lordo.

And what difference does it make anyway? :?
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby miltiades » Sun Aug 14, 2016 5:54 pm

kurupetos wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:...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.

The problem is that those TCs you expect to revolt are a minority of the minority, since the settlers are now a majority and most TCs are like Lordo.

And what difference does it make anyway? :?

Most T/Cs are NOT like the Vordo. I have yet to meet a T/C who remotely shares his perverted beliefs and know many here in London ( just got back from Belarus ) and many more in Cyprus. The vast majority of T/Cs whom I know and have met on numerous occasions want nothing whatsoever to do with Turkey, they just want to feel secure in their homeland.We must ensure that we spread the message across the occupied parts that we consider them as our compatriots and want to live with them in peace.
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby Lordo » Mon Aug 15, 2016 12:57 pm

i know tousans of tcs and not one has your views you old fool. you say they want to be secure in their own home land and yet when they are attacked in the south police take no action. but i see no comments from you regarding how tcs feel about these attacks and the police inaction.

bbf is the only answer. if you feel unsafe on the other side you dont have to cross over. the only other security need is protection if gcs decide to attack the north. i hear you say they will not attack then i say what are you worried about a terggish guarantee if you see no possibility of an attack. you think we can trust your gc ng not to attack when they still to this day shout the only good tergg is a dead tergg when they train.

you can take your posts and yourself and shove it where the sun does not shine old man. no go back to your dream world.
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby kurupetos » Mon Aug 15, 2016 2:47 pm

Good.
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby repulsewarrior » Tue Aug 16, 2016 5:44 pm

...i remember the Occupy Movement in Nicosia; said a lot about Cypriot youth and their allegiance to Cyprus. Compared to the "Turkishness", or the "Greekness", that seems to be the issue of debate, they are far from it.

...while Eroglu was definitely Turkey's man, Akinci won; it is not so clearly, a "Greek"/"Turk" issue.
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby repulsewarrior » Tue Aug 16, 2016 5:46 pm

kurupetos wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:...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.

The problem is that those TCs you expect to revolt are a minority of the minority, since the settlers are now a majority and most TCs are like Lordo.

And what difference does it make anyway? :?


...the question still remains, will you fight, with them?
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby kurupetos » Tue Aug 16, 2016 6:16 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:...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.

The problem is that those TCs you expect to revolt are a minority of the minority, since the settlers are now a majority and most TCs are like Lordo.

And what difference does it make anyway? :?


...the question still remains, will you fight, with them?

Yes, sure... why not? :) But first I need to find at least one... :lol:
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby Lordo » Sat Aug 20, 2016 4:41 pm

kurupetos wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:...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.

The problem is that those TCs you expect to revolt are a minority of the minority, since the settlers are now a majority and most TCs are like Lordo.

And what difference does it make anyway? :?


...the question still remains, will you fight, with them?

Yes, sure... why not? :) But first I need to find at least one... :lol:

what you lookin for boy, a brain cell?
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby kurupetos » Sun Aug 21, 2016 2:59 pm

Keep proving me right, kuz... Thanks! :lol:
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