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Best Solution In 4 Steps

Postby insan » Wed Dec 15, 2004 9:21 pm

1- Exchange of Properties. A bi-communal experts committee can undertake this duty.

2- Calculating(In light of economic viabilitiy and productivity) the private and state land which belongs to each community. A bi-communal experts committee can undertake this duty.

3- Giving the land back which doesn't belong TCs.

4- Bringing the missing persons issue to a conclusion. A bi-communal committee can undertake this duty.



Enough is enough! This stupid Cyprus conflict costed TCs to lose their 50 valuable years... This stupid conflict caused huge damage on TCs economical and social life. While GC community enjoying all the benefits of RoC, TCs have still been isolated.


I don't believe a unified Cyprus will bring TCs a good future because the ruling and leading elites of Hellens haven't changed their minds. I can see their disgusting plan which they still work on it in order to accomplish their prevented mission. There's no chance for TCs to stay alive in a unified EU member Cyprus...
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Postby magikthrill » Wed Dec 15, 2004 9:48 pm

Hey, survival of the fittest. You can't fight the laws of evolution.
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Postby insan » Wed Dec 15, 2004 10:05 pm

Hey, survival of the fittest. You can't fight the laws of evolution.



Yeah... Especially if there are some evolution accelerators around you or the opportunity has been given them to accelerate the evolution of the other; one may easily evolve to a thin body while other evolving to a thick body.


Relativity my friend...
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Postby magikthrill » Wed Dec 15, 2004 10:12 pm

Oh wow, I did not think you would dignify my comment with a response.

My statement was just as ridiculous as your previous comments man.

If TCs remain paranoid that the only purpose in a GCs life is to eliminate the TC then the conflict will never be resolved.
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Postby insan » Wed Dec 15, 2004 10:18 pm

This is not a paranoia... It came out from a dialectic thinking, unprejudiced analytic mind... It's not related with vast majority of GCs. It's related with the ruling and leading elites of Hellens.

I hope this time I could have made it clear to you to understand what's the problem man...
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Postby mehmet » Wed Dec 15, 2004 10:19 pm

patience Insan abi,

in two days all will be clearer. Until then I will not speculate. Don't lose your hope.
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Postby magikthrill » Wed Dec 15, 2004 10:24 pm

I'm not sure what you mean with Hellens. Is it us Greek mainlanders? Cause if you're talking about us, we are not seeking to unite Cyprus with Greece.

In fact did you know that there was/still is great animosity between Greeks and GCs? Ill give you two example boths ways:
When my mother's niece came from Cyprus looking to rent an apartment for her University studies, people would refuse to give her apartmetns on the grounds that she was Cypriot. Can you believe that?
And on the other side when my Greek cousin was in the army in Cyprus the locals would spit on him whenever they'd see him with his army suit on.

Do you see what I'm trying to get here? Although I am not denying that there is a strong historical connection between Greece and Cyprus (for the obvious reasons) there really is no major urge for enosis on either side.

I am not sure if thats what you meant though.
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Postby insan » Wed Dec 15, 2004 10:43 pm

I'm not sure what you mean with Hellens. Is it us Greek mainlanders? Cause if you're talking about us, we are not seeking to unite Cyprus with Greece.


I meant the ruling and leading elites of the Greeks or the Greek descendant human beings living all around the world. Including Hellen lobbyists, GCs and Greece's ruling and leading elites.


In fact did you know that there was/still is great animosity between Greeks and GCs? Ill give you two example boths ways:
When my mother's niece came from Cyprus looking to rent an apartment for her University studies, people would refuse to give her apartmetns on the grounds that she was Cypriot. Can you believe that?
And on the other side when my Greek cousin was in the army in Cyprus the locals would spit on him whenever they'd see him with his army suit on.



So how will you explain why more than 20.000 Greeks settled down to Cyprus afterwards 1974 and the existence of Greek troops in South. Moreover, on every national day GCs celebrate I saw majority of Cypriots waving Greece flags... In very village which I've visited, if there's one Cyprus flag, there are two Greece flags.



Do you see what I'm trying to get here? Although I am not denying that there is a strong historical connection between Greece and Cyprus (for the obvious reasons) there really is no major urge for enosis on either side.



Enosis partly achieved on the day Cyprus became a member of EU. Now the ruling and leading elites of Hellens exerts hard to achieve the second step of Enosis: Hellenization of Cyprus....[/quote]
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Postby Piratis » Wed Dec 15, 2004 10:53 pm

Insan, what we ask for is Democracy and human rights. When you say about "Hellenization" of Cyprus do you mean that Democracy and human rights are Greek values and not part of the Turkish culture and this is why applying such values will mean the "Hellenization" of Cyprus?

What do you suggest then? To have a military rule, violations of human rights etc, so we will be more compatible with what they have in Turkey?

Sorry for being sarcastic, but when I read such crap I simply can't reply with anything serious.
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Postby insan » Wed Dec 15, 2004 11:00 pm

Insan, what we ask for is Democracy and human rights. When you say about "Hellenization" of Cyprus do you mean that Democracy and human rights are Greek values and not part of the Turkish culture and this is why applying such values will mean the "Hellenization" of Cyprus?


If your democrasy understanding is just a disguised extermination plan like Akritas; we don't need that crap, piratis.
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