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Postby Oracle » Wed May 20, 2009 4:19 pm

Acikgoz wrote:Well Militades, thank you for trying to be as sincere as you can be, but unfortunately if that is the best you can come up with in the context of this issue then I am sadened. I was holding out for at least some person to raise the existence of double standards in the actions and thoughts of Greek Cypriots on the property issue and I thought given your knowledge base or access to one it may have been you.
I will leave it at that.
Sincerely.


Must have come as a shock to you then, that there are no double standards as far as the property issue goes. You must be as flummoxed as the Orams were! :lol:

Sometimes, things happen, even bad things happen ... but it does not mean that they are necessarily reciprocated, and certainly not reciprocated, in equal measure.

You came here supposedly seeking "truth", whereas what you demanded was confirmation of your already malformed prejudices ... some people are destined to deny the truth simply because it does not suit them. :roll:

BTW thanks for being a guinea-pig to Miltiades' sleuthing soft-shoe searches ... The old dog has gone up in my estimations 8)
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Postby denizaksulu » Wed May 20, 2009 4:28 pm

Oracle wrote:
Acikgoz wrote:Well Militades, thank you for trying to be as sincere as you can be, but unfortunately if that is the best you can come up with in the context of this issue then I am sadened. I was holding out for at least some person to raise the existence of double standards in the actions and thoughts of Greek Cypriots on the property issue and I thought given your knowledge base or access to one it may have been you.
I will leave it at that.
Sincerely.


Must have come as a shock to you then, that there are no double standards as far as the property issue goes. You must be as flummoxed as the Orams were! :lol:

Sometimes, things happen, even bad things happen ... but it does not mean that they are necessarily reciprocated, and certainly not reciprocated, in equal measure.

You came here supposedly seeking "truth", whereas what you demanded was confirmation of your already malformed prejudices ... some people are destined to deny the truth simply because it does not suit them. :roll:

BTW thanks for being a guinea-pig to Miltiades' sleuthing soft-shoe searches ... quote][size=18]The old dog has gone up in my estimations 8)[/[/size]


Thats good. Still hope left for an afternoon coffee at Milti's place? :lol: :lol:
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Postby Kikapu » Wed May 20, 2009 5:45 pm

More bad news for the "Scumdog Millionaires" in the "trnc" who are waiting for the British Courts to save their butts on the ECJ ruling.!

As you have all heard by now, that, first the time in 300 years, the Speaker of the British Parliament had to resign because of bad judgements he had made in trying to help all the morally corrupted British MP's in charging the tax payers with their frivolous and sometimes rather expensive expense accounts. Well, the British Public has spoken and that they will not care to protect these crooks by helping themselves with the public trust and their hard earned tax ££££££'s. All the MP's are now running to the nearest church's confession booths to say "Father I have Sinned" and to ask for forgiveness.!

If any deluding "Scumdog Millionaires" think that the British Government has the BALLS to go against the ECJ's decision just to protect the morally corrupted Brits in buying stolen GC properties in the "trnc", then they must be more stupid than even they thought they were. Can you imagine the headlines reading, that not only the British Government own MP's are morally corrupted, but they are also willing to dismiss the ECJ's rulings to protect the morally corrupted Brits who bought stolen GC properties in the "trnc".! Gordon Brown does not have such BIG BALLS and is not willing to create a reason of "no confidence" in the government to cause an early election which the voters will show them the exit door, and whom ever may win, no doubt, will not protect the "Scumdog Millionaires" either.!

They say that sometimes timing is everything in life, and all the “Scumdog Millionaires” knows it, only, it is all the bad timing for them in 2009.!
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Postby bill cobbett » Wed May 20, 2009 5:45 pm

At the risk of getting back on thread, I came across a ref to the original Nicosia District Court's judgement in this Harem's business which the GB High Court is now bound by the ECJ to enforce.

The verdict included demolition but added a monthly money penalty if it wasn't pulled down.

No escaping the long armed reach of the Nicosia based courts for the LandGrabbers.
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Postby Get Real! » Wed May 20, 2009 6:08 pm

Acikgoz wrote:Well Militades, thank you for trying to be as sincere as you can be, but unfortunately if that is the best you can come up with in the context of this issue then I am sadened. I was holding out for at least some person to raise the existence of double standards in the actions and thoughts of Greek Cypriots on the property issue and I thought given your knowledge base or access to one it may have been you.
I will leave it at that.Sincerely.

It’s YOUR dishonesty that’s in question here because from your very first post you posted LIES we exposed that you totally ignored, and you’re just jumping around from one unrelated issue to the next like a shameless prostitute desperate for a customer… ANY customer! :lol:
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Postby YFred » Wed May 20, 2009 8:23 pm

Get Real! wrote:
Acikgoz wrote:Well Militades, thank you for trying to be as sincere as you can be, but unfortunately if that is the best you can come up with in the context of this issue then I am sadened. I was holding out for at least some person to raise the existence of double standards in the actions and thoughts of Greek Cypriots on the property issue and I thought given your knowledge base or access to one it may have been you.
I will leave it at that.Sincerely.

It’s YOUR dishonesty that’s in question here because from your very first post you posted LIES we exposed that you totally ignored, and you’re just jumping around from one unrelated issue to the next like a shameless prostitute desperate for a customer… ANY customer! :lol:

Is that your speciality old boy? or are you just a common pimp?
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Postby zan » Wed May 20, 2009 8:30 pm

YFred wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
Acikgoz wrote:Well Militades, thank you for trying to be as sincere as you can be, but unfortunately if that is the best you can come up with in the context of this issue then I am sadened. I was holding out for at least some person to raise the existence of double standards in the actions and thoughts of Greek Cypriots on the property issue and I thought given your knowledge base or access to one it may have been you.
I will leave it at that.Sincerely.

It’s YOUR dishonesty that’s in question here because from your very first post you posted LIES we exposed that you totally ignored, and you’re just jumping around from one unrelated issue to the next like a shameless prostitute desperate for a customer… ANY customer! :lol:

Is that your speciality old boy? or are you just a common pimp?


The worst thing we did was to give this boy the impression that we actually care about what he thinks. I actually thought that he had grown since his first post on another Forum, in which every poster, without exception, GC and TC, told him to grow up and get real. He still lives in his own little world in which he says it is a lie or rubbish and expects all to agree with him. And an elephant thinks its got thick skin... :roll:
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Postby ahristos » Fri May 22, 2009 9:48 am

eoka dont exist makarios in dead so turks what is your problem now
now we m in year 2009 so try to get solution and end this stupit problem
berlin is free nicosia not yet
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Postby insan » Fri May 22, 2009 6:00 pm

ahristos wrote:eoka dont exist makarios in dead so turks what is your problem now
now we m in year 2009 so try to get solution and end this stupit problem
berlin is free nicosia not yet


Their spirits r still alive and still exerting to osmosis TC community. Leaders die but their spirits and thoughts r kept alive by their successors. They all serve their own national interests... Only in a regional sub-alliance that contains Turks-Greeks-TCs-GCs a genuine unification with little or no fears could be achieved...
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Postby DT. » Fri May 22, 2009 7:59 pm

insan wrote:
ahristos wrote:eoka dont exist makarios in dead so turks what is your problem now
now we m in year 2009 so try to get solution and end this stupit problem
berlin is free nicosia not yet


Their spirits r still alive and still exerting to osmosis TC community. Leaders die but their spirits and thoughts r kept alive by their successors. They all serve their own national interests... Only in a regional sub-alliance that contains Turks-Greeks-TCs-GCs a genuine unification with little or no fears could be achieved...


unlike taksim and millitary occupation who have no need for spirits...they are both alive and well today.
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