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Re: Cyprus viewed by USA Today!

Postby Oceanside50 » Sun Feb 26, 2017 4:30 pm

[quote="MrH"]Never forget my Greek Cypriot compatriots that the line that divides us is only a CEASE FIRE LINE, and Turkey can fire from The mountains of Kyrenia at anytime! Your beautiful south will end up as ugly as your mouth if you think you OWN the EU block of Cyprus. Why do you think Anastasiades poos himself and is Forced to find a "resolution". The problem of Cyprus is not at our end, but at your incomplete end! Try and extract Gas without Turkey's agreement and Turkey will flatten and demolish your side within 4 hours!. Trust me on this.....I know the military installations stationed in Northern Cyprus......of what's there today, Larnaca, Limassol and half of your trodos mountain would need 40 years to be be rebuilt. Be careful what you are doing with the Gas find. Turkey has no problems in creating a flash point and refusing to sign the next cease fire agreement. It'll be your side that will lose. Take this as a warning. Ask your military commander, if Turkey can call him that, how many hours or minutes it will take Turkey's MLRS systems to set your side of fire! The Gas Hydro scenario will be the only way left for you to beg to sign the recognition of the TRNC. What a mess of Cyprus you have made thinking that Turkey will simply stand back and watch.[/]

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Re: Cyprus viewed by USA Today!

Postby Lordo » Sun Feb 26, 2017 6:45 pm

so you lined up a few tanks and fired a few shells. notice how the soliders dont stand too close when firing and still use ropes to pull the trigger. bunch of girls blouses that they are. be that as it may to train them well, they must be in real war environment. whay don't you boys invite terggy to attack these boys while they are training and see how fast they can run away that will give an idea what would happen if you are ever crazy enough to antagonise terggy so much that she would attack you. those tanks and guns will not last 10 minutes before they are taken out. another 10 minutes and your power supply will be obliturated. then you will join the stone age like where you belong with your mentalidy.

in the mean time see what terggy can do.

enjoy.

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Re: Cyprus viewed by USA Today!

Postby Get Real! » Sun Feb 26, 2017 11:59 pm

MrH wrote:Never forget my Greek Cypriot compatriots that the line that divides us is only a CEASE FIRE LINE, and Turkey can fire from The mountains of Kyrenia at anytime! Your beautiful south will end up as ugly as your mouth if you think you OWN the EU block of Cyprus. Why do you think Anastasiades poos himself and is Forced to find a "resolution". The problem of Cyprus is not at our end, but at your incomplete end! Try and extract Gas without Turkey's agreement and Turkey will flatten and demolish your side within 4 hours!. Trust me on this.....I know the military installations stationed in Northern Cyprus......of what's there today, Larnaca, Limassol and half of your trodos mountain would need 40 years to be be rebuilt. Be careful what you are doing with the Gas find. Turkey has no problems in creating a flash point and refusing to sign the next cease fire agreement. It'll be your side that will lose. Take this as a warning. Ask your military commander, if Turkey can call him that, how many hours or minutes it will take Turkey's MLRS systems to set your side of fire! The Gas Hydro scenario will be the only way left for you to beg to sign the recognition of the TRNC. What a mess of Cyprus you have made thinking that Turkey will simply stand back and watch.


Lordo wrote:so you lined up a few tanks and fired a few shells. notice how the soliders dont stand too close when firing and still use ropes to pull the trigger. bunch of girls blouses that they are. be that as it may to train them well, they must be in real war environment. whay don't you boys invite terggy to attack these boys while they are training and see how fast they can run away that will give an idea what would happen if you are ever crazy enough to antagonise terggy so much that she would attack you. those tanks and guns will not last 10 minutes before they are taken out. another 10 minutes and your power supply will be obliturated. then you will join the stone age like where you belong with your mentalidy.


Your delusions of some swift Turkish victory and complete elimination of the native Cypriots while Ottoman remnants and Turkey remain unscathed are childish at best… :)
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Re: Cyprus viewed by USA Today!

Postby DrCyprus » Mon Feb 27, 2017 10:32 am

Turks, if you are so trigger happy, please declare war on Cyprus ASAP.

Let's see what happens when you do that.
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Re: Cyprus viewed by USA Today!

Postby Lordo » Mon Feb 27, 2017 11:34 am

DrCyprus wrote:Turks, if you are so trigger happy, please declare war on Cyprus ASAP.

Let's see what happens when you do that.

you do realise that it is terggy that is occupying part of cyprus with her army and not the other way round right. surely if groc was so stron they would have taken this land back no? you are so stupid its beyond belief.
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Re: Cyprus viewed by USA Today!

Postby DrCyprus » Mon Feb 27, 2017 1:09 pm

Lordo wrote:
DrCyprus wrote:Turks, if you are so trigger happy, please declare war on Cyprus ASAP.

Let's see what happens when you do that.

you do realise that it is terggy that is occupying part of cyprus with her army and not the other way round right. surely if groc was so stron they would have taken this land back no? you are so stupid its beyond belief.


If it's a game of who is "stron", then it's time for Turkey to take the other part then.

We await.
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Re: Cyprus viewed by USA Today!

Postby Lordo » Mon Feb 27, 2017 2:22 pm

there is an old saying

he who does not want to go to the mill keeps sifting the wheat

terggy is getting stronger every day. just 15 of her aircraft will devestate your whole defence force in a matter of hours.

gr this is not boasting this is fact. it like granada saying they will take on usa next time invades or cuba saying they will take guantanamo bay back next time usa tries any rought stuff.

you boys better wise up before you lose the rest of cyprus. elam can make sure of that.
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Re: Cyprus viewed by USA Today!

Postby DrCyprus » Mon Feb 27, 2017 4:38 pm

Lordo wrote:there is an old saying

he who does not want to go to the mill keeps sifting the wheat

terggy is getting stronger every day. just 15 of her aircraft will devestate your whole defence force in a matter of hours.

gr this is not boasting this is fact. it like granada saying they will take on usa next time invades or cuba saying they will take guantanamo bay back next time usa tries any rought stuff.

you boys better wise up before you lose the rest of cyprus. elam can make sure of that.


You are wanking at the speed of light now.
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Re: Cyprus viewed by USA Today!

Postby MrH » Mon Feb 27, 2017 4:41 pm

Oooooo......My last statement here sure hit a True nerve! :D
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Re: Cyprus viewed by USA Today!

Postby DrCyprus » Mon Feb 27, 2017 4:44 pm

MrH wrote:Oooooo......My last statement here sure hit a True nerve! :D


Congratulations. Come over to Paphos airport to collect your prize.
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