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Europeans do not want Turkey in EU

Benefits and problems from the EU membership.

Postby Get Real! » Sun Mar 04, 2007 10:31 pm

karma wrote:
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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:


1. A fleet of 2,000 odd commercial ships conveniently registered under the Cypriot flag to do the EU's dirty business around the World and particularly the Middle East.

2. Safe air/sea bases right next to the Middle East from which countries such as France can perform their otherwise impossible UNIFIL role.

3. The World's most sophisticated satellite radar system spying on the Middle East. Cyprus is unfortunately dotted with radar.

4. Cyprus is the preferred neutral meeting ground of many of the West's Middle Eastern deals. (Arabs/Muslims are comfortable meeting the West here)

There's more...
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Postby karma » Sun Mar 04, 2007 10:38 pm

Get Real! wrote:
karma wrote:
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:


1. A fleet of 2,000 odd commercial ships conveniently registered under the Cypriot flag to do the EU's dirty business around the World and particularly the Middle East.

2. Safe air/sea bases right next to the Middle East from which countries such as France can perform their otherwise impossible UNIFIL role.

3. The World's most sophisticated satellite radar system spying on the Middle East. Cyprus is unfortunately dotted with radar.

4. Cyprus is the preferred neutral meeting ground of many of the West's Middle Eastern deals. (Arabs/Muslims are comfortable meeting the West here)

There's more...


So u offer both ta tria(magala kai mikra) and also ass :lol:
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Postby karma » Sun Mar 04, 2007 10:42 pm

Get Real! wrote:
karma wrote:
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:


1. A fleet of 2,000 odd commercial ships conveniently registered under the Cypriot flag to do the EU's dirty business around the World and particularly the Middle East.

2. Safe air/sea bases right next to the Middle East from which countries such as France can perform their otherwise impossible UNIFIL role.

3. The World's most sophisticated satellite radar system spying on the Middle East. Cyprus is unfortunately dotted with radar.

4. Cyprus is the preferred neutral meeting ground of many of the West's Middle Eastern deals. (Arabs/Muslims are comfortable meeting the West here)

There's more...

I dont wana know about the more part, but can imagine :oops:
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Postby Pocman » Thu Mar 22, 2007 4:07 pm

http://forum.stirpes.net/islamism/846-n ... ation.html

That's what most Europeans think about the entry of Turkey in the EU, for sure many might not list all these reasons in public and might just mention the lightest ones, but it's a fact that theres no real interest among peple for the entry, maybe just for European and Turkish economists.
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Postby zan » Thu Mar 22, 2007 5:27 pm

How times have changed. Greece was a basket case when it entered the then European Community in 1981. It was propelled in, partly under American pressure (sounds familiar?), before many people, including the European Commission, thought it was ready. During the first three years of membership, an army of Commission officials shuttled between Brussels and Athens to coax, cajole and bully the Greek administration into implementing EC policies and giving up centuries-old Levantine practices and habits.



http://www.erabrussels.be/information/e ... e_pace.htm
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Postby karma » Thu Mar 22, 2007 5:43 pm

Pocman wrote:http://forum.stirpes.net/islamism/846-non-existent-relationship-turkey-european-civilization.html

That's what most Europeans think about the entry of Turkey in the EU, for sure many might not list all these reasons in public and might just mention the lightest ones, but it's a fact that theres no real interest among peple for the entry, maybe just for European and Turkish economists.


Coz EU is a racistic Christian Club..most of the Turks are already disapointed with EU double standarts..I m afraid Europe will have to handle an Islamic+nationalistic Turkey soon if things dont change..
On the other hand I dont believe Turkey tries her best to join this wierd club either :? so it seems like a puzzle :roll:
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Postby sweetie pie » Thu Mar 22, 2007 6:44 pm

karma wrote:
Pocman wrote:http://forum.stirpes.net/islamism/846-non-existent-relationship-turkey-european-civilization.html

That's what most Europeans think about the entry of Turkey in the EU, for sure many might not list all these reasons in public and might just mention the lightest ones, but it's a fact that theres no real interest among peple for the entry, maybe just for European and Turkish economists.


Coz EU is a racistic Christian Club..most of the Turks are already disapointed with EU double standarts..I m afraid Europe will have to handle an Islamic+nationalistic Turkey soon if things dont change..
On the other hand I dont believe Turkey tries her best to join this wierd club either :? so it seems like a puzzle :roll:


Hmmm Double standards eh?? Well the Turks know all about that don't they? Demanding human rights for the so many thousand settlers in the North when they refuse the same rights to however many million Kurds and Armenians in Turkey. But of course no one in Turkey is allowed to speak of this are they??
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Postby karma » Thu Mar 22, 2007 8:15 pm

sweetie pie wrote:
karma wrote:
Pocman wrote:http://forum.stirpes.net/islamism/846-non-existent-relationship-turkey-european-civilization.html

That's what most Europeans think about the entry of Turkey in the EU, for sure many might not list all these reasons in public and might just mention the lightest ones, but it's a fact that theres no real interest among peple for the entry, maybe just for European and Turkish economists.


Coz EU is a racistic Christian Club..most of the Turks are already disapointed with EU double standarts..I m afraid Europe will have to handle an Islamic+nationalistic Turkey soon if things dont change..
On the other hand I dont believe Turkey tries her best to join this wierd club either :? so it seems like a puzzle :roll:


Hmmm Double standards eh?? Well the Turks know all about that don't they? Demanding human rights for the so many thousand settlers in the North when they refuse the same rights to however many million Kurds and Armenians in Turkey. But of course no one in Turkey is allowed to speak of this are they??


Well, I alreday said Turkey does not trying her best to join EU..and yes double standarts in EU is always there...I dont think France is doing better than Turkey when it is about human rights or the freedom of speech..when they still colonize half world , when they have no respect for muslims :(
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Postby pitsilos » Sat Mar 24, 2007 4:28 am

karma wrote:
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:


seriously and honestly? kavli stin tourkia

sorry i can't think of any other reason since no one lifted a finger to help the roc since 74.
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Postby humanist » Sat Mar 24, 2007 12:38 pm

I believe the issues faced by the north, in terms of settlers overwelmingly representing the population, it will be a metter of the turkish cypriot leadership uniting with the RoC in order to save their existence as a cultural group or have northern Cyprus but in a couple of generations become extinct cultural group.
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