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Re: War is Coming in Cyprus! Prepare!

Postby DrCyprus » Mon Aug 21, 2017 11:17 am

observer wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
DrCyprus wrote:
observer wrote:I can’t think of any individual country that would want to use military forces in a relatively unimportant island on behalf of either GCs or TCs, with the possible exception of Greece. But they tried that in 1974 and it didn’t work out well for them then.


You are underestimating the geopolitical importance of Cyprus in the Middle East.

...and what's inside the EEZ... :wink:


Still can't come up with any country or coalition of countries that would benefit from military action in Cyprus. Can you?



Your point is moot and serves nothing

The starter of this thread is a Turkish Cypriot who threatens war against Cyprus.

You are a Turkish Cypriot saying "Cyprus is not important enough for a war to happen"

Feel free to solve your difference of opinion with MrH via the Turk-Cypriot hotline 111-gooffyourself
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Re: War is Coming in Cyprus! Prepare!

Postby kurupetos » Tue Aug 22, 2017 10:55 pm

observer wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
observer wrote:A sillier thread than usual.

RoC does not have the military strength to win a conflict against Turkey. It would be very unwise of them to start a war.

Turkey has no interest in attacking RoC when, after a short war, they would have to govern a GC population who would not be happy about the situation.

It is difficult to believe that the EU countries collectively would agree to unprovoked military action.

I can’t think of any individual country that would want to use military forces in a relatively unimportant island on behalf of either GCs or TCs, with the possible exception of Greece. But they tried that in 1974 and it didn’t work out well for them then.

Unimportant island? :lol: You have the intelligence of a pumpkin. :wink:


You must have taken hours crafting such a rational counter argument. I salute you. :roll:

Do you know why your ass is in pain after every time you confront me? :mrgreen:
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Re: War is Coming in Cyprus! Prepare!

Postby Oceanside50 » Wed Aug 23, 2017 5:06 pm

This Mr H, is talking out of his ass, again. The illegal occupying regime, Turkey, will shortly be expelled from Cyprus along with its illegal settlers. Turkey has lost in Northern Iraq, Syria and losing badly in Cyprus. The hydrocarbons will flow from Israel, Cyprus to Greece and the rest of the Eu. The threats from Turkey against this, are taken as a joke by all players involved. As big of a joke as a Turk in a suit and tie, threatening that they will dig for oil outside of the fenced city of famagusta, if noble digs in Cyprus' Eez that borders Israel.
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Re: War is Coming in Cyprus! Prepare!

Postby supporttheunderdog » Thu Aug 24, 2017 12:12 pm

Oceanside50 wrote:This Mr H, is talking out of his ass, again. The illegal occupying regime, Turkey, will shortly be expelled from Cyprus along with its illegal settlers. Turkey has lost in Northern Iraq, Syria and losing badly in Cyprus. The hydrocarbons will flow from Israel, Cyprus to Greece and the rest of the Eu. The threats from Turkey against this, are taken as a joke by all players involved. As big of a joke as a Turk in a suit and tie, threatening that they will dig for oil outside of the fenced city of famagusta, if noble digs in Cyprus' Eez that borders Israel.


Much though I would like to see the departure of the Tur*ish military and the Post 74 Anatolian incomers, with return of property, etc, , I regretfully cannot see on what current basis anyone is going to take action to expel Turkey and the settlers. It has not happened in 43 years and as matters stand regrettably I cannot see it happening anytime soon.
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