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Postby Lordo » Mon Dec 05, 2016 9:51 pm

should it go or should it stay.


i was watching an interesting clip the other day clerides in 1971 making the same arguments that is used today to claim that there is no need for them oin a modern country.

i do have one question though. when clerides in 1971 asked for them to be removed, did he not realise what the eoga were preparing despite the number of attacks on makarios.
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Re: guarantees

Postby Maximus » Mon Dec 05, 2016 10:00 pm

Lordo, your people were used like pawns by the greater powers to divide Cyprus and keep it in a state of conflict. This is not to say that your community was innocent, you know damn well that they were not.

There is nothing right or good about what your community is doing in Cyprus. I would have a lot more respect for you and your community if they made genuine attempts to come clean, and seeked forgiveness but you would rather argue until eternity for something that was never yours and for rights that are just too absurd you should be ashamed.

I know there is a decent person hidden somewhere behind that mask you wear. Why continue with the crap?

Most of your community clearly wants to be a part of Tukrey, so go. Get compensated and find your peace and let everyone else find theirs!
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Re: guarantees

Postby Maximus » Mon Dec 05, 2016 10:26 pm

One more thing I want to point out Lordo.

Cyprus has become a modern country. It would not be a modern country today if Cypriots were still living under the constitutional conditions imposed on them in 1960. Cyprus would not have become a modern and relatively prosperous country under the influence of your community with their vetos and 30% share and with Turkey pulling strings.

In case you missed it, Cyprus became a modern country only after your community left the governmants institutions and organs.
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Re: guarantees

Postby Get Real! » Mon Dec 05, 2016 10:47 pm

English Teacher: “Na mou bite mian brotasi men tin lexin guarantee.”

Bombos: “Kyria, kyria…”

English Teacher: “Ela Bombo!”

Bombos: “Ta skata en koutrouvoui?”

English Teacher: “Oi”

Bombos: “E, guarantee eshesa!”
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Re: guarantees

Postby Lordo » Tue Dec 06, 2016 12:24 am

Get Real! wrote:English Teacher: “Na mou bite mian brotasi men tin lexin guarantee.”

Bombos: “Kyria, kyria…”

English Teacher: “Ela Bombo!”

Bombos: “Ta skata en koutrouvoui?”

English Teacher: “Oi”

Bombos: “E, guarantee eshesa!”

reh gr ma indalois thasgalos ise olan esheses dje yemasos di vragasou bale.

it is a very simple question. was clerides naive and not aware of the situation or did he indeed know the situation and needed tergggy's hands tied before the action begun.

not one person has any idea about anyfink
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Re: guarantees

Postby Lordo » Tue Dec 06, 2016 12:25 am

Maximus wrote:One more thing I want to point out Lordo.

Cyprus has become a modern country. It would not be a modern country today if Cypriots were still living under the constitutional conditions imposed on them in 1960. Cyprus would not have become a modern and relatively prosperous country under the influence of your community with their vetos and 30% share and with Turkey pulling strings.

In case you missed it, Cyprus became a modern country only after your community left the governmants institutions and organs.

groc a modern country yeah right keep your day job.
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