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Re: Yet another question about citizenship.

Postby Get Real! » Mon Nov 06, 2017 3:50 pm

eacar wrote:I wouldnt mind doing military service there. I have zero nationalism in me. I know i should get it from my father, but the problem is im not sure that if i can find any documents about my grandfather in Paphos. Do i have to go over there or there is some other way that i can check it ?

You are beyond weird!

A Turk... wants to live among native Cypriots, perhaps join the CNG even, in the hope of attaining God knows what… and all because a great grandpa once existed in Paphos in the 1920s!

It’s like an episode of the X-files! :? :lol:
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Re: Yet another question about citizenship.

Postby Sotos » Mon Nov 06, 2017 7:06 pm

RichardB wrote:After the Lausanne agreement of 1924 , which ended the Turkish ''sovereignty '' over the Island the Muslim population was given the option of British citizenship or take Turkish citizenship and leave the Island.

It would seem from your post your great grandfather took the 2nd option.


eacar, your case is very clear that you don't have any chance for RoC citizenship based on what you told us. Just a few a years earlier Turkey and Greece agreed to population exchange with 1.5 million Greeks leaving from Turkey and half million Turks leaving from Greece. So don't think that what happened to your great-grandfather was some great injustice because at least he was given a choice. Those 1.5 million Greeks and half million Turks were not given a choice. And lets not forget the 1.5 million Armenians who at about the same time were killed. Those were ugly times... After WWII it was supposed to be different, with respect to international law and human rights... but Turkey still doesn't give a fuck about any of that, which is why you don't get any sympathy in this forum. You called members of this forum nationalists, but don't forget that the majority of the population of your country elect people like Erdogan as your leaders and even most of the opposition parties aren't any less nationalistic (apart from HDP whose leaders are thrown in jail) Anyway, good luck in your efforts to escape from Turkey... I personally can't blame you from trying all options. I would do the same if I was in your place!
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Re: Yet another question about citizenship.

Postby eacar » Tue Nov 07, 2017 8:17 am

you keep telling me trnc is illegal, but y'all commit hate crime. do you realize this hypocrisy ?

btw, never voted for Erdogan.
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Re: Yet another question about citizenship.

Postby Sotos » Tue Nov 07, 2017 10:37 am

eacar wrote:you keep telling me trnc is illegal, but y'all commit hate crime. do you realize this hypocrisy ?

btw, never voted for Erdogan.


I think you don't know what "hate crime" means. A hate crime is a crime (e.g murder) which is prejudice-motivated. Hate on its own is not a crime, and definitely it is not a crime to hate those who have invaded and illegally occupy your country. You say that you never voted for Erdogan, but whom did you vote for? CHP and MHP are just as bad or even worst than Erdogan on their policy on Cyprus. The truth is that you Turks have been electing governments which are hostile to Cyprus (and most others of your neighbors) for many decades, and therefore as a Turkish citizen you share the responsibility for the policies of the governments you persistently choose. And what is hypocrisy is that in your first post you said about "trnc": "I know, there is no such country" but apparently you were saying that only because you believed you had something to gain from RoC.
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Re: Yet another question about citizenship.

Postby Cap » Tue Nov 07, 2017 10:33 pm

Eacar, why do you seek Cypriot citizenship if I may ask?
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Re: Yet another question about citizenship.

Postby eacar » Wed Nov 08, 2017 1:50 pm

to have eu citizenship of course. i wouldnt even want to live there for a single day, after seeing this immature attitude.
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Re: Yet another question about citizenship.

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Wed Nov 08, 2017 8:03 pm

eacar wrote:to have eu citizenship of course. i wouldnt even want to live there for a single day, after seeing this immature attitude.


Says the unscrupulous seeker of a free pass.
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Re: Yet another question about citizenship.

Postby Get Real! » Wed Nov 08, 2017 8:16 pm

eacar wrote:to have eu citizenship of course. i wouldnt even want to live there for a single day, after seeing this immature attitude.

The only thing immature is your childish logic for EU entry. :lol:

Get a responsible parent/guardian to make decisions for you before you screw up.
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Re: Yet another question about citizenship.

Postby Cap » Wed Nov 08, 2017 9:15 pm

eacar wrote:to have eu citizenship of course. i wouldnt even want to live there for a single day, after seeing this immature attitude.


You willing to do 18 months military service or more like the rest of us?
After that CY is not easy.
The Cypriots are of the land, they don't conform to Balkan Anatolian or other foreign influence easily, hell they wont even change their dialect.
It's a classical case of..... 'When in Rome'
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Re: Yet another question about citizenship.

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu Nov 09, 2017 2:40 am

...if you had the money you could buy a passport; but it seems that you don't.

It seems you have nothing at all to give, and it seems that you have a sense of entitlement; why Cyprus, you're no Cypriot.

...I'm with the rest of the gang who have absolutely no respect for you, if that's all it takes to sway your opinion, piss off asshole, try somewhere else.
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