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The draft of a possible Cyprus settlement?

Postby CBBB » Thu Aug 25, 2016 10:42 am

A translation from an article in Politis.

http://cyprusscene.com/2016/08/23/the-d ... ettlement/

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Re: The draft of a possible Cyprus settlement?

Postby B25 » Thu Aug 25, 2016 12:13 pm

If you give the TCs a federal state, you might as well give it to Turkey. The TCs are nobody's. it'll be flooded with Anatolian gypsies and be used and a drugs trafficking post by Turkey.

Too dangerous to give them a separate state. Unitary or F O.

I should also have added that all the carpet baggers, brits/israeli/russian/ and whatever else need to be evicted.
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Re: The draft of a possible Cyprus settlement?

Postby Jerry » Thu Aug 25, 2016 3:46 pm

If the northern entity is proportionate to their numbers (about 20%) who cares who lives in it provided they don't have the right to migrate south. Too much interference from Turkey would result in the TCs leaving the EU and losing all its handouts. What I don't understand is why the TCs may be granted federal government positions that are disproportionate to their numbers. Should that be the case then it can't be right that the Greek Cypriots fund, for example, more than 20% of the TC federal police. The TCs would have more government employees per head of population effectively subsidised by the GCs.

The Turkish Cypriots were given too much power in 1960, they took too much territory in 1974, they have the opportunity to have their own piece of Cyprus now legitimately if they give back half of what they stole. Any agreement whereby the Greek Cypriots feel they have been cheated is bound to fail as it did before.
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Re: The draft of a possible Cyprus settlement?

Postby Lordo » Thu Aug 25, 2016 4:07 pm

what is it about you assholes that cannot see realities. since when do we use the population ratio for territory. do we all have the same property numbers. i and everybody that i know have 10 times the properties you have. what the hell are you going to do not count them.

the size of the northern entity will be tc private propert holding which was 20% plus 9 percent government land. equals 29%.

no find something to do.
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Re: The draft of a possible Cyprus settlement?

Postby B25 » Thu Aug 25, 2016 4:27 pm

Lordo wrote:what is it about you assholes that cannot see realities. since when do we use the population ratio for territory. do we all have the same property numbers. i and everybody that i know have 10 times the properties you have. what the hell are you going to do not count them.

the size of the northern entity will be tc private propert holding which was 20% plus 9 percent government land. equals 29%.

no find something to do.


Looks like you are heading for a big F.U.

The whole problem in the first place was because of these favoured TC terms, well you ain't getting that again. Wet dream on.
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Re: The draft of a possible Cyprus settlement?

Postby Jerry » Thu Aug 25, 2016 4:27 pm

Lordo wrote:what is it about you assholes that cannot see realities. since when do we use the population ratio for territory. do we all have the same property numbers. i and everybody that i know have 10 times the properties you have. what the hell are you going to do not count them.

the size of the northern entity will be tc private propert holding which was 20% plus 9 percent government land. equals 29%.

no find something to do.


Why half the Government land, are you effing supermen?
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Re: The draft of a possible Cyprus settlement?

Postby boulio » Thu Aug 25, 2016 7:08 pm

every thing should be on a proportion of 4:1 including territory the north should not be larger than 25%
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Re: The draft of a possible Cyprus settlement?

Postby Lordo » Thu Aug 25, 2016 10:39 pm

one third of 27% is 9 %.
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Re: The draft of a possible Cyprus settlement?

Postby Get Real! » Fri Aug 26, 2016 12:37 am

I'm only prepared to part with 25 inches for Ottoman remnants... which is about the size of a donkey's cock.
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Re: The draft of a possible Cyprus settlement?

Postby repulsewarrior » Fri Aug 26, 2016 4:59 am

...interesting.

...but if I am "Greek", residing in the "Turkish" state, am I "Turkish" (a minority perhaps, but by choice) and if my child is born there, is he/she "Greek", not "Turkish", if they grow there and learn many languages, including English, Turkish, and Greek, and has children there, are they "Greek"? Or are they "Turkish"?

...and the Russian, or the Brit, as Citizens of Cyprus, as electors are they taken to be "Greek", because they are not "Turkish", or, that they are not "Greek", they can choose to be "Turkish"?

...will it boil down to "Turkishness" or/and not "Greek", again?

One hopes the "Greeks" will not have the mind to wallow in a same similar pile of crap. That there is a change in intention, that as Cypriots, Cypriots defend each other, and as Individuals, they respect each other as Persons too.

...voting rights should not boil down to ethnicity for domestic issues within (if there are more than one) the Constituencies themselves; certainly it should not count in voting for representation as Cypriots, for Cyprus.

...(read my manifesto, re: voting rights)

...as for "Turkishness", and "Greekness", "they" need each other. Perhaps they can convince the rest of us to give "them" a tiny piece for themselves, something like 4.34% should do it so that they can be cozy. Perhaps the Buffer Zone should be extended (leaving two little spots, one for "Greeks" and one for "Turks") across almost the whole island , where as suggested Cypriots accept to live with themselves as Cypriots, instead.

...good read.
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