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finally solution to the cyprus problem

Postby Lordo » Thu Dec 29, 2016 12:44 am

we are fast approaching 9th of january where the maps will be submitted. if there is an agreement then the talks will move to security on the 12th. if there is an agreement to that there will be a referendum in july.

lets look at the options.

what if there is no agreement before 12th, what are the consequences

what if there is an agrement on the 11th and talks fail at security after the 12th

what if all talks succeed in january but there is a no vote in july by the gcs.

what then.
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Re: finally solution to the cyprus problem

Postby B25 » Thu Dec 29, 2016 11:26 am

Lordo wrote:we are fast approaching 9th of january where the maps will be submitted. if there is an agreement then the talks will move to security on the 12th. if there is an agreement to that there will be a referendum in july.

lets look at the options.

what if there is no agreement before 12th, what are the consequences - The GCs would be safe.

what if there is an agrement on the 11th and talks fail at security after the 12th - The GCs would be safe

what if all talks succeed in january but there is a no vote in july by the gcs. - The GCs would be safe and very happy. The TCS will be crying.

what then.
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Re: finally solution to the cyprus problem

Postby MrH » Thu Dec 29, 2016 12:32 pm

Your answer is in my new article: cyprus45421.html
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Re: finally solution to the cyprus problem

Postby Lordo » Thu Dec 29, 2016 1:02 pm

B25 wrote:
Lordo wrote:we are fast approaching 9th of january where the maps will be submitted. if there is an agreement then the talks will move to security on the 12th. if there is an agreement to that there will be a referendum in july.

lets look at the options.

what if there is no agreement before 12th, what are the consequences - The GCs would be safe.

what if there is an agrement on the 11th and talks fail at security after the 12th - The GCs would be safe

what if all talks succeed in january but there is a no vote in july by the gcs. - The GCs would be safe and very happy. The TCS will be crying.

what then.

you can do better than that. this is the end game and things will conclude one way or another.

the point is which way.

gcs will be screwed more than the tcs if there is no deal. so take your pick
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Re: finally solution to the cyprus problem

Postby Get Real! » Thu Dec 29, 2016 1:09 pm

Lordo wrote:you can do better than that. this is the end game and things will conclude one way or another.

the point is which way.

gcs will be screwed more than the tcs if there is no deal. so take your pick

We certainly hope it’s the “end game” because we are fed up of our government wasting so much of its time with pointless “talks” with useless Turks when we have so many other urgent issues to be dealt with.

The RoC will never give you what you want simply because…

1. They don’t have to.
2. They don’t like you.
3. There’s nothing in it for them.

If the three above are not enough to make you realize that it’s pointless in dreaming then your people must be very stupid. :?
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Re: finally solution to the cyprus problem

Postby Lordo » Thu Dec 29, 2016 1:37 pm

come now gr you know better than that. if that was the case, anastasiades walked out of the talks and walked back in again a week later.

why do you suppose he did that if he did not have to

the world is tired of the cyprus problem fact.

the end game is being played fact

the agreement so far will be used in the final settlement. anastasiades has already agreed 28.2% for the tc state. that will be used in the final agreement to divide the island if there is no agreement.

if you do not see this danger, as i said before you is in for a surpriiiiiiiiiiisse
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Re: finally solution to the cyprus problem

Postby Mustiejodu » Fri Jan 06, 2017 10:08 pm

Get Real! wrote:
Lordo wrote:you can do better than that. this is the end game and things will conclude one way or another.

the point is which way.

gcs will be screwed more than the tcs if there is no deal. so take your pick

We certainly hope it’s the “end game” because we are fed up of our government wasting so much of its time with pointless “talks” with useless Turks when we have so many other urgent issues to be dealt with.

The RoC will never give you what you want simply because…

1. They don’t have to.
2. They don’t like you.
3. There’s nothing in it for them.

If the three above are not enough to make you realize that it’s pointless in dreaming then your people must be very stupid. :?[/quote

I can say one good thing about you that at least you don't pretend to like TC s. You remind me of SAMPSON. You know your leader of EOKA B . Most think like you but put on a false pretence. That is as far as my admiration for you is that you are transparant. THATS WHY I BELIEVE WE SHOULD NOT HAVE LEFT NONE OF YOU ALIVE IN 1974. FUCKING TURKS IN 1974 and the FUCKING OTTOMANS IN 1571 TOO FUCKING LENIENT. SHOULD HAVE JUST WIPED YOU ALL OUT OR DO WHAT THE ENGLISH DID TO THE SCOTS TO BREED OUT THE GREEKS "jus prima noctis"
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Re: finally solution to the cyprus problem

Postby Get Real! » Sat Jan 07, 2017 2:37 am

Mustiejodu wrote:I can say one good thing about you that at least you don't pretend to like TC s.

I have no gripe with individuals.

Mustiejodu wrote:You remind me of SAMPSON. You know your leader of EOKA B . Most think like you but put on a false pretence. That is as far as my admiration for you is that you are transparant. THATS WHY I BELIEVE WE SHOULD NOT HAVE LEFT NONE OF YOU ALIVE IN 1974. FUCKING TURKS IN 1974 and the FUCKING OTTOMANS IN 1571 TOO FUCKING LENIENT. SHOULD HAVE JUST WIPED YOU ALL OUT OR DO WHAT THE ENGLISH DID TO THE SCOTS TO BREED OUT THE GREEKS "jus prima noctis"

Yeah, well that was a mistake just as the British should've wiped the floor with you in the 1920s when they sent 10,000 Ottoman remnants packing from Cyprus who refused to sign allegiance over with the new state of affairs. Those who did sign (your forefathers) and got to stay in Cyprus turned out to be LIARS and DECEIVERS that should've been executed.

Are you familiar with this?
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Re: finally solution to the cyprus problem

Postby Lordo » Sat Jan 07, 2017 10:37 am

gr i can quite understand such sentiments coming from enosishites but from you? if it wasnt for the tcs you would have enosised with greece by now and they would have dragged you into the hell hole they are in decades ago.

its time to wake up and smell the coffee
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Re: finally solution to the cyprus problem

Postby Get Real! » Sat Jan 07, 2017 11:30 am

Lordo wrote:gr i can quite understand such sentiments coming from enosishites but from you? if it wasnt for the tcs you would have enosised with greece by now and they would have dragged you into the hell hole they are in decades ago.

its time to wake up and smell the coffee

That’s another massive British mistake… allowing wretched Greece to gain influence on Cyprus post 1878.

Had Britain kept both Balkan tossings at bay there would be no Cyprus problem today.
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