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Re: TRNC FM: "Autonomy or Recognition"

Postby Get Real! » Tue Oct 10, 2017 1:44 am

MrH wrote:You've just answered your own question you bunch of donkeys! We operate as a statelet of Turkey, like Gibraltar is to the UK, hence why we place Mersin 10, Turkey on our post, and how the world recognises it as that!

It must be so daunting for you to know how much your stupid politicians have historically messed up to the extent that Northern Cyprus has actually become an official state of Turkey. Oh no! The Turks are here!

Turkey is the occupier of the illegally occupied territory so we expect none other than Turkey to be in control so quit trying to twist things around because… what you really want is not for Turkey to control it but your selves!

But that of course will never happen because you have TWO entities (one controlling the territorial aspect and one controlling the legal aspect of this territory), that prevent YOU from achieving mission impossible.

So either way, the Ottoman remnants will never be allowed any power in Cyprus because two massive hurdles prevent them from doing so.
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Re: TRNC FM: "Autonomy or Recognition"

Postby DrCyprus » Tue Oct 10, 2017 1:56 pm

MrH wrote:snip


Horseshit.
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Re: TRNC FM: "Autonomy or Recognition"

Postby MrH » Wed Oct 11, 2017 8:08 am

http://www.lgcnews.com/any-further-negotiations-will-be-for-a-confederated-cyprus-akdag/

ARTICLE:
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Any further negotiations will be for a confederated Cyprus: Akdag
10 October 2017

North Cyprus News - Recep Akdag Deputy PM
Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister responsible for Cyprus affairs Recep Akdağ, has said that Ankara and Turkish Cyprus will decide on a political solution together, commenting on a recent suggestion for a “Monaco-like” autonomy.

“Turkey and Turkish Cyprus will decide on a political solution together,” Akdağ told daily Milliyet in parliament on 9 October.



Akdağ’s remarks came after Turkish Cypriot Foreign Minister Tahsin Ertuğruloğlu suggested a “Monaco-like” autonomous system for the Turkish side of the divided island, which will depend on Ankara for defence and international issues.

“An autonomous republic where Turkey may be responsible for the defence and foreign affairs but other affairs are within the rule of the republic, just as in the France-Monaco model or U.K.-Gibraltar model,” Ertuğruloğlu proposed at the International Republican Institute (IRI) meeting in Washington on 3 October.

When asked about Ertuğruloğlu’s comments, Akdağ said “it was stated as an idea.”

“It’s a statement like ‘Something like this can happen.’ It was stated as an idea. Within the framework of this idea and similar ones, Turkey and Turkish Cyprus will decide on a political solution,” he said.

“It is time to seek international recognition. Until now, we have shied away from doing so,” said Ertuğruloğlu. He added that the idea of a federal Cyprus has died and a confederation is at best what seems possible.

Akdağ also commented on the transfer of drinking water from Turkey to North Cyprus and rejected claims about water being wasted.

“The water flowing from Turkey to Cyprus is not wasted. There are 75 million cubic meters of water at the moment. There is a need for 35 million cubic meters of drinking water here. The people of Cyprus are now drinking the 35 million cubic meters of water. Maybe there are spots the water does not reach, which corresponds to nearly 5%, but we can say it reaches everywhere,” he also said.

Drinking water is transferred through pipes under the sea as part of a cooperation deal reached between Turkey and State Water Affairs (DSİ) and the municipalities take the water from the DSİ, Akdağ noted. The project was “a magnificent engineering success”, he said.

“They distribute the water to the people just like in Turkey. The infrastructure of the majority of municipalities is not good enough. The network infrastructures need to change. We are currently working on their renovation. However, water is being drunk now. The majority of people have said, ‘Thank you for bringing us water.’ Before, groundwater was used but it lacked in quality and was insufficient,” he added.

“We need to congratulate the DSİ and our Forestry and Water Affairs Minister Veysel Eroğlu. This water will constantly go to Turkish Cyprus. Even Greek Cyprus could use the water if needed in the future if a deal is reached,” Akdağ said. He added that there was also a project to import electricity from the mainland.

“An agreement in principle has been reached between our energy ministry and the Turkish Cypriot energy ministry. We will also bring electricity to Turkish Cyprus,” said Akdağ.

Hurriyet


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Re: TRNC FM: "Autonomy or Recognition"

Postby MrH » Wed Oct 11, 2017 3:43 pm

Re: TRNC FM: "Autonomy or Recognition"
Postby Get Real! » Tue Oct 10, 2017 1:44 am
MrH wrote:
You've just answered your own question you bunch of donkeys! We operate as a statelet of Turkey, like Gibraltar is to the UK, hence why we place Mersin 10, Turkey on our post, and how the world recognises it as that!

It must be so daunting for you to know how much your stupid politicians have historically messed up to the extent that Northern Cyprus has actually become an official state of Turkey. Oh no! The Turks are here!

Turkey is the occupier of the illegally occupied territory so we expect none other than Turkey to be in control so quit trying to twist things around because… what you really want is not for Turkey to control it but your selves!

But that of course will never happen because you have TWO entities (one controlling the territorial aspect and one controlling the legal aspect of this territory), that prevent YOU from achieving mission impossible.

So either way, the Ottoman remnants will never be allowed any power in Cyprus because two massive hurdles prevent them from doing so.


Hi Get Real,
This is where you are so seriously wrong as, similarly to Northern Ireland, Gibraltar, The Falkland Islands and etc to the United Kingdom, that's what we are seeing here with Turkey and the TRNC. You seem to forget that the Ottoman Empire controlled the island from 1571, and that we Turkish Cypriots are Bi Partner peoples of the ORIGINAL CYPRUS REPUBLIC and not a Minority. Your desire for full control ended with Nicos Sampson and your Hellenic ultra Natonalist dumb APOEL supporters. We know who you really are Get Real, hence why we still have a so called Cyprus problem that compels your backminded leaders to sit around a desk begging for a comprehensive solution and crying for Turkey to leave. Try not to cry to hard when you wake up to Northern Cyprus TURKIYEM! Anastasiades screwed up real bad this time.

I hope he is voted in as your leader in the next elections again as we always like to deal with a weak Greek Cypriot transparent fool! Lol

If you want to know more of how Turkey is establishing its relationship with the TRNC, read about how The Isle of Man, Guernsey and Jersey is represented under the British Crown Coloney!
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Re: TRNC FM: "Autonomy or Recognition"

Postby B25 » Wed Oct 11, 2017 7:02 pm

MrH, you keep banging on about it like you are trying to persuade us to accept your BS.

The difference between all those legitimate countries you specified and the 'Trashcan' is that those countries were no illegally invaded, occupied and filled with gypsy Turds.

They are legit, in the UN list of countries, with their own dialling and post codes whereas you thieves are just that, thieves trying to legitimise your stolen goods.

The international community knows this, we know this but you backward sheep led idiots think the world owes you a state.

Go ahead, do what you plan to do, see if we care. Bye bye but shut the fucking door on your way out, hade asirktir malaka.
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Re: TRNC FM: "Autonomy or Recognition"

Postby kurupetos » Wed Oct 11, 2017 7:38 pm

MrH wrote:
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After the recognition of Kurdistan, I will tell you what happens MrHag... :mrgreen:
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Re: TRNC FM: "Autonomy or Recognition"

Postby Get Real! » Wed Oct 11, 2017 8:25 pm

MrH, I pity you because you are a washed out Ottoman remnant desperate for anything... if we give you 5 of our minutes to you it's like you've secured a State! :lol:
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Re: TRNC FM: "Autonomy or Recognition"

Postby DrCyprus » Tue Oct 17, 2017 9:20 am

Turkish Cypriots are not "co-partners" to anything. They are a muslim minority in Cyprus that has been riding an extremely high horse for the last 4-5 decades.

There are 2 million Turks in Germany. Let them ask the German government if they can be "co-partners" there.
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Re: TRNC FM: "Autonomy or Recognition"

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu Oct 19, 2017 1:50 am

...indeed the best chance for anything Turkish surviving "Turkishness" in Turkey is in Cyprus.

...it really is up to you MrH, if you are Cypriot, and Turkish; you may choose between being Turkish, or being a "Turk". You may choose to set an example Turkey can emulate, united with its own constituencies, or you may leave no choice to Turks but to fight what seeks to usurp the Freedom they have, those "Turkish".

Cyprus is the key, united as Cypriots, or not at Peace, divided; hope in Turkey (and in the Eastern Mediterranean) or not.

...you are fooling yourself if you generalise to make all Greeks, "Greeks". You are foolish to think Greeks are the enemy, or that Cypriots do not exist. You are not mistaken, on the other hand, to think that "Greeks", and "Turks" are alike, and that for those of us Turkish or Greek, or Cypriot, a bane to our existence.
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