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"NO" supporters of AKEL who will you vote?

Postby Sotos » Mon Jun 18, 2007 2:39 pm

I vote for AKEL usually and now Christofias might be a candidate for president and I am thinking what I should vote. I like Christofias more than Papadopoulos but I think Christofias is not very clear about what he will do with the Cyprus Problem. Do you think he could bring back Annan plan with small changes? What other AKEL supporters are going to vote?
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Postby cypezokyli » Mon Jun 18, 2007 9:22 pm

we didnot have up to now akel voters in here.
so i guess you will be the only one voting :lol:
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Re: "NO" supporters of AKEL who will you vote?

Postby cypezokyli » Mon Jun 18, 2007 9:29 pm

Sotos wrote:...but I think christofias is not very clear about what he will do with the Cyprus Problem Do you think he could bring back Annan plan with small changes?


if you know the official party positions, and if you follow the news in the last weeks.... well it is obvious that the cyppro is the main reason that akel (is thinking of or) will abandon tpap.


are you surprised ?
wasnt it obvious ? :wink:
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Re: "NO" supporters of AKEL who will you vote?

Postby Sotos » Fri Jun 22, 2007 7:55 pm

cypezokyli wrote:
Sotos wrote:...but I think christofias is not very clear about what he will do with the Cyprus Problem Do you think he could bring back Annan plan with small changes?


if you know the official party positions, and if you follow the news in the last weeks.... well it is obvious that the cyppro is the main reason that akel (is thinking of or) will abandon tpap.


are you surprised ?
wasnt it obvious ? :wink:


No it is not very obvious to me. Nobody is very clear about what they will do with the Cyprus Problem. Papadopoulos is not very clear either but we at lease know that he will not accept any Annan plans. I think they should all come out and say where is their red line and give an oath that they will not cross it for whatever reason. I usually vote for AKEL but I will not vote for Christofias if I am not sure that he will not bring back any kind of Annan plan.
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Postby Get Real! » Fri Jun 22, 2007 8:38 pm

Here you go Soto, here's the current party policies of the major players...

DIKO: Going for a long term solution; an opportunistic breakthrough when the time is right.
EDEK: As above.
DISI : Looking for the highest bidder to sell the rest of Cyprus.
AKEL: Going for a quick publicity stunt and then back to the farms/fields.
EURO: Going on holidays.
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Postby Bananiot » Fri Jun 22, 2007 9:22 pm

I just love your dilemmas. In case you do not get what I mean this is what a dilemma is all about.

Imagine someone with a piece of rope passing through his body, from mouth to anus. The rope at his mouth end has a piece of sh*t attached to it. The other end, has a long cucumber attached to it. His dilemma is which end to pull.

Now, an AKEL supporter who contemplates to vote Papadopoulos, probably has cucumbers attached to both ends but more significant the dilemma probably offers a sound reason for Christofias to back down at the last minute.

Do not worry suckers, you will get your partition after all ...
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Postby Kifeas » Fri Jun 22, 2007 9:35 pm

Bananiot wrote:I just love your dilemmas. In case you do not get what I mean this is what a dilemma is all about.

Imagine someone with a piece of rope passing through his body, from mouth to anus. The rope at his mouth end has a piece of sh*t attached to it. The other end, has a long cucumber attached to it. His dilemma is which end to pull.

Now, an AKEL supporter who contemplates to vote Papadopoulos, probably has cucumbers attached to both ends but more significant the dilemma probably offers a sound reason for Christofias to back down at the last minute.

Do not worry suckers, you will get your partition after all ...


If we managed to escape from it (partition) with our "no" vote to the partitionist, racist, primitive, anti-European and diabolical kemalist Annal plan, we can only hope for the better! The Annal plan was the bottom, and one cannot go any further down from the bottom!

Suckers are only those that wanted to relegate 100,000 Greek refuges to a status similar to that of the rebelling Kurds of Turkey, and convert the 30% of Cyprus into a mainland Turkish district, with their own (GC’s) signature!
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Postby zan » Sat Jun 23, 2007 12:53 am

Kifeas wrote:
Bananiot wrote:I just love your dilemmas. In case you do not get what I mean this is what a dilemma is all about.

Imagine someone with a piece of rope passing through his body, from mouth to anus. The rope at his mouth end has a piece of sh*t attached to it. The other end, has a long cucumber attached to it. His dilemma is which end to pull.

Now, an AKEL supporter who contemplates to vote Papadopoulos, probably has cucumbers attached to both ends but more significant the dilemma probably offers a sound reason for Christofias to back down at the last minute.

Do not worry suckers, you will get your partition after all ...


If we managed to escape from it (partition) with our "no" vote to the partitionist, racist, primitive, anti-European and diabolical kemalist Annal plan, we can only hope for the better! The Annal plan was the bottom, and one cannot go any further down from the bottom!

Suckers are only those that wanted to relegate 100,000 Greek refuges to a status similar to that of the rebelling Kurds of Turkey, and convert the 30% of Cyprus into a mainland Turkish district, with their own (GC’s) signature!



Perhaps you should have used your fantastic skills to get a better Annan Plan instead of playing stupid games in order to get more of what is not totally yours. Was it not you that gave me a lecture about wanting more sometimes gets you less.
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Postby Issy1956 » Sat Jun 23, 2007 12:03 pm

You guys would make me laugh if I was so sad to see our country permantly divided. If you think there will be a better deal in the future than the one that you stupidly rejected then you are all seriously deluded. What chances of the TC agreeing to cede Morphou again for example. You will all look back on the Annan plan with the sad regret of a lost opportunity in due time-mark my words.
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Postby Piratis » Sat Jun 23, 2007 12:30 pm

It is very obvious that TCs and Turkey will give nothing from what they illegally occupy unless in return they will gain even more on our loss. (as it was the case with Annan plan)

So if you thought we rejected the Annan plan because we hope that we can agree with TCs something better you are mistaken. The liberation of our country will not come with Turkeys/TCs agreement, and this is something we know very well already. The only thing that TCs and Turkey accept is partition so there is really no space for an agreed solution.

Sotos, from the alternatives that we will probably have Papadopoulos is the less bad when it comes to the Cyprus Problem. Unfortunately he lacks marketing skills and this is not good, but at least we know that he will not promise one thing and sell us off behind closed doors like some others might do.
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