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Propose and discuss specific solutions to aspects of the Cyprus Problem

Postby zan » Thu Mar 08, 2007 1:11 am

humanist wrote:VP you are not answering my question, please tell me what equalk rights you are referring too.


Zan, we shout from the higest mountain, allow refugees the right of return and we will lift the embargoes, get turkish troops out of cyprus and we will lift embargoes.

You have recognition as cypriots what else do you want? if it is recognition of the trnc well am not listening fro reasons I have mentioned earlier.



A Turkish Cypriotness that is not smothered by a Greek one.


The one thing that you are shouting is that they have provisos. Do this and we will do that. What I am shouting is a progression without any more giving.
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Postby humanist » Thu Mar 08, 2007 8:58 am

No Zan I disagree. I am tired of VP's same blame games that take us nowhere and he is refusing to answer my question.


Ok Zan I am wrong you are right, lets divide the island and leave it. So that in twenty or thirty years time those refugees who feel ill and hard done by will start up fighting to reclaim their land as the Palestinians are doing with Israel, lets repeat the process yet again just like you feel ill and hard done by, lets keep the cycle going because you don't want to accept that we are all one human being and there is no need for argumenst and setting up of something that will not sustain itself. Am actually not going to respond to any posts again because am sck and tired of this shit. I'll just get on with my lfe here and the hell with the lot of.


Have a good life mate.
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Postby ken910 » Thu Mar 08, 2007 9:11 am

sotos when did you become the victim you wee the instigator it just backfired next time dont rush it lol take youre time it was going realy well until 74
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Postby Viewpoint » Thu Mar 08, 2007 10:03 am

humanist wrote:No Zan I disagree. I am tired of VP's same blame games that take us nowhere and he is refusing to answer my question.


Ok Zan I am wrong you are right, lets divide the island and leave it. So that in twenty or thirty years time those refugees who feel ill and hard done by will start up fighting to reclaim their land as the Palestinians are doing with Israel, lets repeat the process yet again just like you feel ill and hard done by, lets keep the cycle going because you don't want to accept that we are all one human being and there is no need for argumenst and setting up of something that will not sustain itself. Am actually not going to respond to any posts again because am sck and tired of this shit. I'll just get on with my lfe here and the hell with the lot of.


Have a good life mate.


So easy to make decisions for us when you live thousands of miles away, you can just turn your back and say to hell with it, but our lives are here we cannot just turn away as this is our future and our permanent home.
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Postby zan » Thu Mar 08, 2007 10:36 am

humanist wrote:No Zan I disagree. I am tired of VP's same blame games that take us nowhere and he is refusing to answer my question.


Ok Zan I am wrong you are right, lets divide the island and leave it. So that in twenty or thirty years time those refugees who feel ill and hard done by will start up fighting to reclaim their land as the Palestinians are doing with Israel, lets repeat the process yet again just like you feel ill and hard done by, lets keep the cycle going because you don't want to accept that we are all one human being and there is no need for argumenst and setting up of something that will not sustain itself. Am actually not going to respond to any posts again because am sck and tired of this shit. I'll just get on with my lfe here and the hell with the lot of.


Have a good life mate.



The point of this forum is for people to discuss the Cyprob. It is a shame when people like you and Miltiades come here and think that you will show the way in solving the problem. The real problem lies in the way you think. You have convinced yourself that you have the solution. Don't you think that that is a bit arrogant? Nearly a million or so Cypriots and you and Miltiades are the only ones that know what is best. :roll:

I feel your disappointment and disillusionment but I have noticed that you have had many of these experiences since you first started to post. I do agree with you and Miltiades that you are truly Cypriot though. Stubborn and think you know it all :lol:


Whether you reply or not it has to be said that your portrayal of what it will be like if there was to be a partition can be used in the case of unification. There will be an uprising of TC freedom fighters disillusioned with the way the GC majority will be misusing their numerical superiority to steamroller over the TC needs and wants. There will be a repeat of what happened in 63 of the TCs being forced to leave the government because their voice is not heard. Details can be found in history. Need I say more?
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