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Postby Viewpoint » Mon Nov 06, 2006 10:47 pm

Piratis wrote:How much a party received is not relevant. What is relevant is that settlers have 50% of the voting power. No government can be elected without their support.

The fact that the settlers vote the other parties and not just a special "settler" party, indicates that those other parties also serve their interests, and how could it be otherwise when Ankara moves the strings and the "leaders" in the occupied north just dance to Ankaras tune?

Imagine a TC party that didn't serve the interests of the settlers and Ankara, and accepted that settlers should be removed from Cyprus. Without the support of the settlers such party would never become this "leadership".


You really know very little about the north... when you consider that a very large majority of Turks were born and educated into our system they are very rarely influenced by what Turkey has to say they are more influenced by the peers so you hope that the settlers rule the north is totally wrong and when u consider that the only real 2 political parties are still made up of mainly TCs who are elected to represent us. Lets accept your theory that the settlers swung the balance and elected Talat we are 100% behind that decision and have no objections. If the party was purely made up of original settler and elected to represent me then I would agree with you and take to the streets to protest just as I would not want a purely GC political party or government to represent me or control my future.
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Postby Sotos » Mon Nov 06, 2006 11:06 pm

The Turks were educated in your system? I think it is the opposite. You were educated in their system. ;)
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Postby Viewpoint » Tue Nov 07, 2006 8:45 am

Sotos wrote:The Turks were educated in your system? I think it is the opposite. You were educated in their system. ;)


When I refer to educate I am referring to the complete package of school home and peers where children get the education. If you meet second generation settlers you will See that they are no different from Tcs in fact many have inter-married and have had children, in 32 years this is a very natural process. You want to believe that all settlers are just like the migrant workers who come and go. Please dont forget that were are Turkish in origin so we bear many cultural similarities with mainland Turks, just like you do with mainland Greeks.
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Postby zan » Tue Nov 07, 2006 10:18 am

Viewpoint wrote:
Sotos wrote:The Turks were educated in your system? I think it is the opposite. You were educated in their system. ;)


When I refer to educate I am referring to the complete package of school home and peers where children get the education. If you meet second generation settlers you will See that they are no different from Tcs in fact many have inter-married and have had children, in 32 years this is a very natural process. You want to believe that all settlers are just like the migrant workers who come and go. Please dont forget that were are Turkish in origin so we bear many cultural similarities with mainland Turks, just like you do with mainland Greeks.



People like Sotos have to attack the settlers and Turkey because they have great shame when they have to address the issue, which is us the Turkish Cypriot. This is why they have to avoid any reference to us at all costs because if we were the only ones they could pitch their fight against, the world would see that we have a case for partition with such opposition.
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Postby pitsilos » Thu Nov 09, 2006 11:58 am

yes the eu should be ashamed for allowing turkey to even consider a priveledge partnership not alone membership. :lol:

but then again we all can do with some daily laughs just to break the monotony :lol:
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Postby Noaxetogrind » Sun Nov 26, 2006 5:36 pm

mrfrogfromng

'They have no shame. They are the scum of the earth. a christians club who have repeatedly stabbed us in the back and will continue to do so.

Turkey should suspend all talks with the EU '
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You may realise that I sympathise with the situation of TCs following your inhuman and murderous treatment from 1963-74t .It was only with restraint that Turkey did not intercede years before it actually did. Other countriries , including Britain should have done so sooner but everyone knows what politicians are like.

Thanks for calling us scum of the earth. Of course the current members are Christian countries as the EU started in Chritian Europe but it is moving eastwards. Turkey is not obliged to join and for my part I am undecided as to whether I think it should but am moving towards towards the 'No' camp. This is not because of the Cyprus issue. The EU DOES NOT NEED Turkey and if Turkey should decide to suspend talks it will make a lot of countries very happy. Neither did it need the Greeks Cypriots but they can no longer do whatever they want and now have to abide by rules.

Like many other EU countries we have millions of muslims living here,with an unknown number having arrived illegally or under false claims of needing asylum.

If you really want to see the scum of the earth they have certainly arrived here in huge numbers with morals that include dishonesty being a prerequisite.
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Postby Noaxetogrind » Sun Nov 26, 2006 5:38 pm

Sorry. I have still not mastered the quotes.

The second above quote is actually my posting.
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Postby zan » Sun Nov 26, 2006 6:14 pm

You may realise that I sympathise with the situation of TCs following your inhuman and murderous treatment from 1963-74t .It was only with restraint that Turkey did not intercede years before it actually did. Other countriries , including Britain should have done so sooner but everyone knows what politicians are like.

Thanks for calling us scum of the earth. Of course the current members are Christian countries as the EU started in Chritian Europe but it is moving eastwards. Turkey is not obliged to join and for my part I am undecided as to whether I think it should but am moving towards towards the 'No' camp. This is not because of the Cyprus issue. The EU DOES NOT NEED Turkey and if Turkey should decide to suspend talks it will make a lot of countries very happy. Neither did it need the Greeks Cypriots but they can no longer do whatever they want and now have to abide by rules.

Like many other EU countries we have millions of muslims living here,with an unknown number having arrived illegally or under false claims of needing asylum.

If you really want to see the scum of the earth they have certainly arrived here in huge numbers with morals that include dishonesty being a prerequisite.



This scum that you refer to are the ones that are doing the jobs that people like you are refusing to do. They are working all over the country making the UK a better and cheaper place to live. They are opening shops up all over the place and working day and night to move foreword when most of the houses and flats I work in are filled with British drug taking lay abouts. You seem to be another gullible cannon fodder for the so-called British press.
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