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Hey Lordo, one question

Postby mistermax » Tue Aug 09, 2016 1:27 pm

First of all, I want to state that I am happy to meet you, even online. Gives me hope to see that there are fellow cypriots who can use reason. I want to ask you a question.

TC want security for them and their children. That is normal. Turkey would be willing to guarantee a solution, but GCs arent really happy about that. Could you suggest a way that TCs would be safe without the guaranties?
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby kurupetos » Tue Aug 09, 2016 1:36 pm

No, Bafidi... bugger off!
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby DT. » Tue Aug 09, 2016 1:43 pm

mistermax wrote:First of all, I want to state that I am happy to meet you, even online. Gives me hope to see that there are fellow cypriots who can use reason. I want to ask you a question.

TC want security for them and their children. That is normal. Turkey would be willing to guarantee a solution, but GCs arent really happy about that. Could you suggest a way that TCs would be safe without the guaranties?


I'm not Lordo but I do find this funny logic...Turkish citizens are guaranteed their rights by the Turkish constitution and yet the world just witnessed a massive pogrom on any Turkish citizens who ever spend a cent in a Gulen school or where suspected of colluding with him otherwise. What makes you think that same country will guarantee the rights of Cypriots?
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby mistermax » Tue Aug 09, 2016 1:45 pm

DT. wrote:
mistermax wrote:First of all, I want to state that I am happy to meet you, even online. Gives me hope to see that there are fellow cypriots who can use reason. I want to ask you a question.

TC want security for them and their children. That is normal. Turkey would be willing to guarantee a solution, but GCs arent really happy about that. Could you suggest a way that TCs would be safe without the guaranties?


I'm not Lordo but I do find this funny logic...Turkish citizens are guaranteed their rights by the Turkish constitution and yet the world just witnessed a massive pogrom on any Turkish citizens who ever spend a cent in a Gulen school or where suspected of colluding with him otherwise. What makes you think that same country will guarantee the rights of Cypriots?


Post-coup pogrom is only normal. Anyway, the discussion is not about your failed attempt to understand what is going on in Turkey.
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby DT. » Tue Aug 09, 2016 1:48 pm

mistermax wrote:
DT. wrote:
mistermax wrote:First of all, I want to state that I am happy to meet you, even online. Gives me hope to see that there are fellow cypriots who can use reason. I want to ask you a question.

TC want security for them and their children. That is normal. Turkey would be willing to guarantee a solution, but GCs arent really happy about that. Could you suggest a way that TCs would be safe without the guaranties?


I'm not Lordo but I do find this funny logic...Turkish citizens are guaranteed their rights by the Turkish constitution and yet the world just witnessed a massive pogrom on any Turkish citizens who ever spend a cent in a Gulen school or where suspected of colluding with him otherwise. What makes you think that same country will guarantee the rights of Cypriots?


Post-coup pogrom is only normal. Anyway, the discussion is not about your failed attempt to understand what is going on in Turkey.


Would you like me to list the other 1000 civil right breaches this country has committed on its own citizens?

btw post-coup pogrom is normal? That's quite a fascist hat you're wearing today.
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby Get Real! » Tue Aug 09, 2016 1:49 pm

mistermax wrote:Could you suggest a way that TCs would be safe without the guaranties?

Yes, they can join the Gullenist sewing circle which has meetings every second Friday in Harringay.
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby mistermax » Tue Aug 09, 2016 1:53 pm

DT. wrote:
btw post-coup pogrom is normal? .


yeap, it is normal. Happening since ancient times. here: http://www.presspublica.gr/80-%CE%B5%CE ... %BF%CF%82/
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby Lordo » Tue Aug 09, 2016 6:48 pm

mistermax wrote:First of all, I want to state that I am happy to meet you, even online. Gives me hope to see that there are fellow cypriots who can use reason. I want to ask you a question.

TC want security for them and their children. That is normal. Turkey would be willing to guarantee a solution, but GCs arent really happy about that. Could you suggest a way that TCs would be safe without the guaranties?

ignore the assholes for they know not what they are doing.

option one - disarm Cyprus with just minimum equal force in terms of arms for both communities and perhaps tcs will acept to suspend the gurantee
option two - it may be possible that terggy only guarantees the tc sate from attacks.
option three - nato guarantee - but i personally dont like nato guarantee as it was america/nato whichcasued the cyprus problem in the firat place.

my choice would be the first one with strict control in what arms can be brought to the island. not like in 1963 when 12 thousand greek soldiers got dressed as women and arrived on the island. with a guarantee that if GCs break the armament rule then turkish gurantee gets re-activated.
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby Get Real! » Tue Aug 09, 2016 6:55 pm

Lordo wrote:option one - disarm Cyprus with just minimum equal force in terms of arms for both communities and perhaps tcs will acept to suspend the gurantee

Disarming Cyprus would suit a conniving Turk just fine but Cyprus isn’t about Turks but the native Cypriots who hold the history, culture, and everything else on this island so if anything they need to arm up even further to extend their longevity and minimize yours.

Time and time again you are demonstrating your evil intentions… let that be a strong warning to all those who have any funny ideas about your people’s intentions.
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Re: Hey Lordo, one question

Postby Lordo » Tue Aug 09, 2016 7:06 pm

gr you really are fish out of water when it comes to arms. can you put your one hand on your heart and the other on the bible and tell me roc can ever be able to defend herself against a terggish attack. you are dillusional and are being taken for mug when your government wastes billions buying arms for which there is no defence. you may as well burn the money to keep warm in the winter.

my intentions is to live in peace without being oppressed. if you are armed to the teath that is becasue you will want to attack me like you did in 1963. fat chance boy. if you mean peace lets show it. put them guns down.
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