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KIFEAS THE EXPERT IN EVERYTHING BUT NOTHING

Postby lysi » Thu Apr 27, 2006 3:15 pm

kifeas, get off your high horse, i know as much as you do about the occupation, my familly all lost everything in the invasion and that includes the deaths of 2 members of my familly.
Its soft guttless people like you that keep the occupation going, if the turks occupation regime want electricity from the cyprus government then they should start to hand back land.
Its people like you that sit back and do nothing except spout a load of bullshit on your computer. you mug. :allout:
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Re: KIFEAS THE EXPERT IN EVERYTHING BUT NOTHING

Postby Kifeas » Thu Apr 27, 2006 3:58 pm

lysi wrote:kifeas, get off your high horse, i know as much as you do about the occupation, my familly all lost everything in the invasion and that includes the deaths of 2 members of my familly.
Its soft guttless people like you that keep the occupation going, if the turks occupation regime want electricity from the cyprus government then they should start to hand back land.
Its people like you that sit back and do nothing except spout a load of bullshit on your computer. you mug. :allout:


Ok lysi, you have fully and thoroughly convinced me! Next elections, when I am sure you will run for president of the RoC, you will definitely have my vote!
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Postby BirKibrisli » Fri Apr 28, 2006 7:56 am

Dear Lysi,
Kifeas has been called many names in these forums,but never "soft" or "gutless".If I knew half as much as what he knows about the Cypro,and if I was half as much a Cypriot patriot as he is, I would be very proud indeed.If Cyprus ever becomes a united country where democratic values and human rights are practised and respected it would be for the efforts of people like Kifeas.I'd go and wash my mouth with soap,if I were you... :evil:
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TURKEY SHOULD SUPPLY THERE PUPPET STATE

Postby lysi » Fri Apr 28, 2006 12:51 pm

Birkibrisi, answer the question, why dont Turkey supply there illegal puppet state with electricity ?
You and your pal kifeas dont do anything to end the occupation except to spout your nonsense on your computers all day.
When did either of you two contact the politicians in cyprus to complain about the lack of progress in finding a settlement ? :roll:
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Postby MR-from-NG » Fri Apr 28, 2006 1:25 pm

When did either of you two contact the politicians in cyprus to complain about the lack of progress in finding a settlement ?


Lysi,

That's a bit rich coming from a Greek. Only the other day you said you had a "spineless president" who has done nothing to negotiate anything positive for you guys and that he was only interested in his own interests.

My politicians are ready from yesterday to sit at the negotiation tables. Are yours?
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Postby theresa » Fri Apr 28, 2006 1:38 pm

Trouble is, its the ordinary people who suffer most with all the cuts - I could moan about not using TV, hairdryer etc - but what about all the small businesses and old folks homes etc? I am damn sure all the polititcians have generators so while I understand Iysi's point, I dont agree with withholding the supply. I do however agree that its the polititicians that need to get their act together. After all its the goverment that gave permission for all the villas etc to be built without forethought to the drain on the supply of electric available.
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TC PUPPET STATE ARE BUSY SELLING GREEK LAND

Postby lysi » Fri Apr 28, 2006 2:12 pm

MRFROMNG, Why dont the puppet regime in the north start to hand back some land ? is it because your puppet state are to busy selling off cheap stolen greek cypriot land ? Your politicians should start to make some gesture, we already know that the cyprus government are useless so why dont your politicians take advantage of that and hand back land now . :roll:
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Postby MR-from-NG » Fri Apr 28, 2006 2:21 pm

Lysi,

If the problem was between you and I it would be easy. Politicians are not like you and I. They have got their heads stuck up their own back-sides so deep that they cant see the real world. This goes for both sides, except your politicians heads are just that little bit deeper up their poo-holes than ours.
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TC POLITICIANS ARE CRAP TOO

Postby lysi » Fri Apr 28, 2006 2:27 pm

mrfromng wrote:Lysi,

If the problem was between you and I it would be easy. Politicians are not like you and I. They have got their heads stuck up their own back-sides so deep that they cant see the real world. This goes for both sides, except your politicians heads are just that little bit deeper up their poo-holes than ours.

No mrfromng, your politicians are just as crap as the greek cypriot politicians, But not as crap as the british politicians who support the occupation. :roll:
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lysi,s head right up its own backside

Postby bigfatlondonboy » Sat Apr 29, 2006 12:05 am

did you learn all about british politicians from where you are now living or from when you went to cyprus on holiday..all politicians are corrupt in one way or another no matter from what country.ther is no way on gods green earth are the turks gonna leave northern cyprus so the sooner you and your pals realise that the better.
ps.. next time your over we,ll go for a jog and have a chat and sort all of cyprus's promblems out over a coffee.see i,m nice really.. :D
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