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Postby zan » Mon Dec 04, 2006 9:47 am

Marz wrote:Zan, stop replying if you dont have anything decent to say. YOU HAVE BEEN DEFATED.

Pits, his manual doesnt seem to have an answer for your question.


Perhaps you can tell me what he is talking about because I really don't understand the question, on your next visit from marz that is.
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Postby DT. » Tue Dec 05, 2006 7:35 pm

when you two are finished with this crap...i'd like to respond to the gentleman who seems to have found his justification in selling greek properties by saying " you have ours and we have yours"

1) The refugee numbers from both sides are not really comparable since even a low estimate of our refugees is the entire TC population of the island.
2) It is ok to sell property that doesn't belong to you cause some of your refugees left their properties behind while running towards the turkish army????

You executed a plan due to the hardships you endured, now that we are enduring life without our properties will you accept a backlash from us as well?
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Postby humanist » Sat Sep 29, 2007 1:21 am

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humanist probably means that Republic of Cyprus although is made up by a majority of Greek Cypriots, it a Cypriot Republic, since in Cyprus we have many other citizens that belong to other official and "unofficial" minorities. I fully agree with humanist.

References to "Greek Cyprus" are part of the Turkish propaganda that wants to divide Cyprus between Greek and Turkish parts. There is no "Greek Cyprus" and there is no "Turkish Cyprus". There is just one Cyprus, the Republic of Cyprus, part of which is illegally under occupation by a foreign country.

There is only one Cyprus and it is a Cypriot Cyprus, where all of us are Cypriots without this means that we should all be exactly the same. Each one of us can have its own ethnic background, and religion and there is nothing wrong with that.



That was a great post Piratis and yes it is exactly what I meant. Thank you for making my point even clearer.
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Postby T_C » Sat Sep 29, 2007 3:45 am

humanist wrote:Piratis
humanist probably means that Republic of Cyprus although is made up by a majority of Greek Cypriots, it a Cypriot Republic, since in Cyprus we have many other citizens that belong to other official and "unofficial" minorities. I fully agree with humanist.

References to "Greek Cyprus" are part of the Turkish propaganda that wants to divide Cyprus between Greek and Turkish parts. There is no "Greek Cyprus" and there is no "Turkish Cyprus". There is just one Cyprus, the Republic of Cyprus, part of which is illegally under occupation by a foreign country.

There is only one Cyprus and it is a Cypriot Cyprus, where all of us are Cypriots without this means that we should all be exactly the same. Each one of us can have its own ethnic background, and religion and there is nothing wrong with that.



That was a great post Piratis and yes it is exactly what I meant. Thank you for making my point even clearer.


WOW! That came from Piratis:?::!::?::!: :shock:
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Postby humanist » Sat Sep 29, 2007 4:22 am

Sure did, T_C ........ perhaps if we all worked together we could solve it. Sometimes people react in a certain way when provoked. Unity is better than Separation and many Cypriots would go for that.
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Postby pappy_sydney » Sat Sep 29, 2007 9:42 am

i agree with piratis comments about cyprus, its true we are all part of rep. of cyprus ( well in theory ) and we are above all cypriots but we shouldnt deny who we are either...greek or turk cypriots...that is our heritage. but at the end of the day there should be respect between different cypriots ( whether they are greek or turkish ) and harmony.......
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Postby humanist » Sat Sep 29, 2007 11:18 am

The fact that you eat Hellim and watermelon in the same mouthful and can claim that you love it, your a Cypriot for fuck sakes.... get use to it. There is no difference.
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Postby Viewpoint » Sun Sep 30, 2007 12:04 am

humanist wrote:Sure did, T_C ........ perhaps if we all worked together we could solve it. Sometimes people react in a certain way when provoked. Unity is better than Separation and many Cypriots would go for that.


Many more are not sure and do not want to put their future in the hands of Gcs who show signs that they will push our community rights to minority rights as soon as possible and ensure we are at the corriders of the ECHR trying to obtain our rights.
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Postby humanist » Sun Sep 30, 2007 10:37 pm

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Many more are not sure and do not want to put their future in the hands of Gcs who show signs that they will push our community rights to minority rights as soon as possible and ensure we are at the corriders of the ECHR trying to obtain our rights.


Tough titties, the country you are occupying is not yours it is mine and yours and every other Cypriots, The reality is you are a minority in Cyprus but you have equal rights as any other Cypriot. Using your words 90,00 arrogant Turks cannot dictate to the world how Cyprus should look like.
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Postby nemski » Wed Feb 06, 2008 8:21 pm

Reality is the answer. We have all been blinded for too long.
Progress can not develop where there is hatred. in order to move on and find realistic solutions, as hard as it may be, we must accept our fate and respect each other.
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