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Postby Viewpoint » Fri Dec 22, 2006 10:49 am

Issy1956
Piratis,
Try and look at this way. They are temporary guests of your TC partners in our country and as soon as we resolved our local domestic difficulties we can jointly ask them to leave. Do we have a deal? Cna we agree on that much at least?


you said
Issy, temporary yes, but "guests" definitely not.

Guests don't kick you out of your home. Those are called invaders, not guests, so lets call things with their name.


If they are not your guests then they are our guests, if this is my homeland then I to have the right to have guests, these guests will stay until we resolve our problems only then may the go, the choice is yours.

We are not beating you up at all the fight you started ended in 1974, now we are trying to make up but we need a baby sitter because you still show signs of aggression towards me if my minder leaves so until I know you will not try to harm me again he will remain as my guest.

How long will it take you to create another Akritas if we went back to the 1960 agreements? You and I both know you will use everything with your power namely the EU to ensure we are reduced from being a partner to just another minority.
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Postby Strahd » Fri Dec 22, 2006 11:27 am

Issy1956 wrote:It actually feels like the TC are under constant attack by the ROC governmnt in the form of embargoes and legal action.


Stop practicing illegalities and we would have no grounds for that... If you are acting against international law against us then what do you expect, to turn round and bent over... You will get it and continue to be getting it as long as you keep that attitude.
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Postby Viewpoint » Fri Dec 22, 2006 11:36 am

Strahd wrote:
Issy1956 wrote:It actually feels like the TC are under constant attack by the ROC governmnt in the form of embargoes and legal action.


Stop practicing illegalities and we would have no grounds for that... If you are acting against international law against us then what do you expect, to turn round and bent over... You will get it and continue to be getting it as long as you keep that attitude.


Do your worst we have survived under far worse conditions this is a walk in the park :wink:
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Postby joanna » Wed Jan 03, 2007 5:06 pm

HUMAN RIGHTS ANYONE???
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Postby Issy1956 » Wed Jan 03, 2007 7:59 pm

HUMAN RIGHTS ANYONE???

Whose human rights?
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Postby miltiades » Wed Jan 03, 2007 10:03 pm

VP Will you please just for once tell all participants on this forum an approximate number of Turkish Cypriots killed by Greek Cypriots , not a year before the invasion by Turkey , but from 1970 to 1974 . Put up or shut up , you are like a parrot coming up with constant tribe. Here is your platform .Prove it Now !
But of course the answer is NONE , hense you will dodge the question . HOW MANY T/Cs were massacred VP ??
and remember we are talking FOUR YEARS PRIOR TO THE INVASION.


""We are not beating you up at all the fight you started ended in 1974, now we are trying to make up but we need a baby sitter because you still show signs of aggression towards me if my minder leaves so until I know you will not try to harm me again he will remain as my guest.

How long will it take you to create another Akritas if we went back to the 1960 agreements? You and I both know you will use everything with your power namely the EU to ensure we are reduced from being a partner to just another minority."""
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Postby humanist » Wed Jan 03, 2007 11:28 pm

Issy and Miltiadis I agree with both your posts about Turkey's accession to the EU and the arguments you have put forth about stabilising the region and the fact that it is our closests neighbour.

I really don't understand the venom towards Turkish people either, they are human beings such as everyone else.

I think Greek Speaking Cypriots feel wronged by the actions of Turkish government and that is where the issue beggins. I have not met a Greek Seaking Cypriot yet who would individually target someone because they are Turkish. Certainly here in Sydney where I live and I live in an area where many Turk's, Greek's & Cypriots are likely to be neighbours and have no ill feeling with each other. I love my local Turkish Pizza Bar and they know me by name and give me extra spinach and parsley on my pide.

At this moment in time though until Turkey as an invading force and the entityt that it is it is likely that it will not see the support of Greek Speaking Cypriots especially those who lost loved ones due to the invasion or who are not allowed to return to their properties. The reality is that Greek Speaking Cypriots have learnt a big lesson adn if they were given the rght of return they will never bother another Turkish Speaking Cypriot and would definetely support Turkey's accession & full membership to the EU.

All Turkey has to do is give it a try and the results will show all for what it is.
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Postby simonwjones » Wed Jan 03, 2007 11:35 pm

What does Turkey have to offer us Europeans anyway?
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Postby Get Real! » Sun Mar 04, 2007 9:57 pm

simonwjones wrote:What does Turkey have to offer us Europeans anyway?


Seriously?

Abo ta tria to megalitero! (the largest of the three)
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Postby karma » Sun Mar 04, 2007 10:00 pm

Get Real! wrote:
simonwjones wrote:What does Turkey have to offer us Europeans anyway?


Seriously?

Abo ta tria to megalitero! (the largest of the three)


wht does Cyprus offer ?? :roll:
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