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The president's meeting in Tseri

Postby Get Real! » Tue Nov 20, 2007 10:35 pm

The president's meeting in Tseri

It was an excellent meeting which started at 8:00pm and lasted till 9:30pm. The president first walked to the closely located AKEL and DISY centers and invited their supporters to come and join him in this open conference; and what a surprise it must have been for them, and then made his way to the DIKO center where he was welcomed by a huge roar and applause from the crowd waiting in anticipation. Yours truly managed a firm handshake and an exchange of glances with the president before he made his way to the speaker’s stand.

He brought no bits of paper to read from yet he had so much to say while looking at everyone straight in the eye, in a clear, concise, and confident manner that only a man with a lucid and determined direction could possibly have, and as always shone through with his exceptional intelligence, warmth, honesty, clear perception of our country’s circumstances, and his pragmatic head-on answers to all subsequent queries raised.

The highlight was when he summarized the last four political years by stressing how the RoC had removed herself from the pending overnight dissolution, in accordance with the foreign scheme called the Annan Plan; through its failure at the referendum, and placed herself in the RoC-devised Gambari agreements where she could now decide for HERSELF the various aspects of her future; an exceptional reversal of the game.

The phenomenal budget accomplishments were also discussed and the president pointed out that the budget surplus would partly be invested and partly be used towards those who are most in need; pensioners, disability, unemployed, etc.

Overall, I could not agree enough with all that the president had to say and I thank God for the wisdom he granted Tasos Papadopoulos so that our very vulnerable country may have a better chance to survive, prosper, and attain its goals in today’s complex international arena.

Regards, GR.
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So we've become a super power?

Postby cymart » Tue Nov 20, 2007 11:09 pm

Turkey does not accept the Gambari agreement,which is in fact not an agreement at all and has not lead anywhere.....They told this to the Russian envoy who visited Ankara last week but perhaps unsurprisingly it was not openly announced at his press conference in Nicosia afterwards....
Sorry but nothing will convince me to support Tassos and I never did......He cannot get us out of the mess we are in.
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Postby Daemon » Tue Nov 20, 2007 11:22 pm

Bottomless stupidity, how disgusting is this brain-dead persons!! What about the Martini (Campari what ever) agreement? The agreement is about BBF that you are unable to discuss and understand (and where all the finished lunatics that support your pervert president have voices against BBF) and that it could never in any way be better from the a-plan if there will be any new try from UN to solve the problem since they do not seem to give a shit for your sickness like no one world wide does.
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Re: So we've become a super power?

Postby Get Real! » Tue Nov 20, 2007 11:23 pm

cymart wrote:Turkey does not accept the Gambari agreement,which is in fact not an agreement at all and has not lead anywhere.....They told this to the Russian envoy who visited Ankara last week but perhaps unsurprisingly it was not openly announced at his press conference in Nicosia afterwards....
Sorry but nothing will convince me to support Tassos and I never did......He cannot get us out of the mess we are in.

Turkey has a habit of signing on the dotted line and then "changing" her mind the next day and this should be an eye-opener for anyone who still thinks that Turkey would've kept her side of the bargain in the Annan Plan, such as removing troops at specific dates etc, a plan that would've dragged on for two whole decades constantly relying heavily on Turkey's "word of honor"!!!

Wake up people...
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Postby Daemon » Tue Nov 20, 2007 11:26 pm

Yes exactly wake up people you have voted to keep here 50 000 Turkish troops because of fear and nothing else.
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Postby Get Real! » Tue Nov 20, 2007 11:31 pm

Daemon wrote:Yes exactly wake up people you have voted to keep here 50 000 Turkish troops because of fear and nothing else.

You are NOT reading my posts CAREFULLY and just write any old rubbish that comes to your mind. If this is the best you are capable of better let someone else have a go.
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Postby phoenix » Tue Nov 20, 2007 11:32 pm

Thanks for sharing GR! . . . :D

You were very lucky to have been able to attend . . . and the President sounds very impressive.

I'm pleased he mentioned domestic issues and suggests he is a well rounded and most suitable President for ALL the people.

It's easy for dear Cyprus to have to concentrate overtly on its defences because of the predicament it has been placed in by Turkey's continued threat. But clearly, the President gives due care to keeping Cyprus strong on all levels.
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Postby Daemon » Tue Nov 20, 2007 11:33 pm

I have answered all this crap a million times and I would do it again if I believed what you have a hope.
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Postby Get Real! » Tue Nov 20, 2007 11:36 pm

phoenix wrote:Thanks for sharing GR! . . . :D

You were very lucky to have been able to attend . . . and the President sounds very impressive.

I'm pleased he mentioned domestic issues and suggests he is a well rounded and most suitable President for ALL the people.

It's easy for dear Cyprus to have to concentrate overtly on its defences because of the predicament it has been placed in by Turkey's continued threat. But clearly, the President gives due care to keeping Cyprus strong on all levels.

He actually allocated an equal share of his time to both foreign and domestic policy but I intentionally didn't write much on the domestic side as it doesn't pertain to the CyProb.
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Postby Daemon » Tue Nov 20, 2007 11:38 pm

He do what he usually do he fart lies to brain dead idiots.
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