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Postby wyoming cowboy » Wed Apr 28, 2010 4:53 pm

Viewpoint wrote:
wyoming cowboy wrote:I agree with you 100 percent "humanist", if we sit here waiting for the other side to admit to their past will never happen, and if one side does then the other will try to take advantage and both sides know this so ultimately no side will admit anything...Ive said it before, unless there is an agreement/solution, where the platform has changed from the status quo, the past will never get its just due, Trust from both sides for a catharsis of the past will only come then not before


And how do we do it?


We do it by sidestepping the blame game, thats all i see on these forums, im starting to think that its not the situation that is to blame for this unsolved mess but the culture thats at fault, I dont think either the Gc or Tc cultures has it in them to concede and find a solution, the cultures arent conducive to working together with anyone
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Postby BirKibrisli » Thu Apr 29, 2010 3:31 am

wyoming cowboy wrote:
Viewpoint wrote:
wyoming cowboy wrote:I agree with you 100 percent "humanist", if we sit here waiting for the other side to admit to their past will never happen, and if one side does then the other will try to take advantage and both sides know this so ultimately no side will admit anything...Ive said it before, unless there is an agreement/solution, where the platform has changed from the status quo, the past will never get its just due, Trust from both sides for a catharsis of the past will only come then not before


And how do we do it?


We do it by sidestepping the blame game, thats all i see on these forums, im starting to think that its not the situation that is to blame for this unsolved mess but the culture thats at fault, I dont think either the Gc or Tc cultures has it in them to concede and find a solution, the cultures arent conducive to working together with anyone


You are not far wrong,WC...Imagine,if we solved Cyprob tomorrow,what on earth are we going to do??? We will all have to get a life!!!!! :wink: :lol:
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Postby YFred » Thu Apr 29, 2010 10:37 am

BirKibrisli wrote:
wyoming cowboy wrote:
Viewpoint wrote:
wyoming cowboy wrote:I agree with you 100 percent "humanist", if we sit here waiting for the other side to admit to their past will never happen, and if one side does then the other will try to take advantage and both sides know this so ultimately no side will admit anything...Ive said it before, unless there is an agreement/solution, where the platform has changed from the status quo, the past will never get its just due, Trust from both sides for a catharsis of the past will only come then not before


And how do we do it?


We do it by sidestepping the blame game, thats all i see on these forums, im starting to think that its not the situation that is to blame for this unsolved mess but the culture thats at fault, I dont think either the Gc or Tc cultures has it in them to concede and find a solution, the cultures arent conducive to working together with anyone


You are not far wrong,WC...Imagine,if we solved Cyprob tomorrow,what on earth are we going to do??? We will all have to get a life!!!!! :wink: :lol:

Noooooo, we can play Tavla so long as we use a bodiricik.
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Postby BirKibrisli » Thu Apr 29, 2010 12:31 pm

YFred wrote:
BirKibrisli wrote:
wyoming cowboy wrote:
Viewpoint wrote:
wyoming cowboy wrote:I agree with you 100 percent "humanist", if we sit here waiting for the other side to admit to their past will never happen, and if one side does then the other will try to take advantage and both sides know this so ultimately no side will admit anything...Ive said it before, unless there is an agreement/solution, where the platform has changed from the status quo, the past will never get its just due, Trust from both sides for a catharsis of the past will only come then not before


And how do we do it?


We do it by sidestepping the blame game, thats all i see on these forums, im starting to think that its not the situation that is to blame for this unsolved mess but the culture thats at fault, I dont think either the Gc or Tc cultures has it in them to concede and find a solution, the cultures arent conducive to working together with anyone


You are not far wrong,WC...Imagine,if we solved Cyprob tomorrow,what on earth are we going to do??? We will all have to get a life!!!!! :wink: :lol:

Noooooo, we can play Tavla so long as we use a bodiricik.


Oh,okey...I forgot about that... :)
As long as there is enough zivaniya to keep us warm in winter... :wink:
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Postby YFred » Thu Apr 29, 2010 1:35 pm

BirKibrisli wrote:
YFred wrote:
BirKibrisli wrote:
wyoming cowboy wrote:
Viewpoint wrote:
wyoming cowboy wrote:I agree with you 100 percent "humanist", if we sit here waiting for the other side to admit to their past will never happen, and if one side does then the other will try to take advantage and both sides know this so ultimately no side will admit anything...Ive said it before, unless there is an agreement/solution, where the platform has changed from the status quo, the past will never get its just due, Trust from both sides for a catharsis of the past will only come then not before


And how do we do it?


We do it by sidestepping the blame game, thats all i see on these forums, im starting to think that its not the situation that is to blame for this unsolved mess but the culture thats at fault, I dont think either the Gc or Tc cultures has it in them to concede and find a solution, the cultures arent conducive to working together with anyone


You are not far wrong,WC...Imagine,if we solved Cyprob tomorrow,what on earth are we going to do??? We will all have to get a life!!!!! :wink: :lol:

Noooooo, we can play Tavla so long as we use a bodiricik.


Oh,okey...I forgot about that... :)
As long as there is enough zivaniya to keep us warm in winter... :wink:

Unlimited supply, so long as it is not Ramazan. :wink:
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Postby BirKibrisli » Thu Apr 29, 2010 2:47 pm

YFred wrote:
BirKibrisli wrote:
YFred wrote:
BirKibrisli wrote:
wyoming cowboy wrote:
Viewpoint wrote:
wyoming cowboy wrote:I agree with you 100 percent "humanist", if we sit here waiting for the other side to admit to their past will never happen, and if one side does then the other will try to take advantage and both sides know this so ultimately no side will admit anything...Ive said it before, unless there is an agreement/solution, where the platform has changed from the status quo, the past will never get its just due, Trust from both sides for a catharsis of the past will only come then not before


And how do we do it?


We do it by sidestepping the blame game, thats all i see on these forums, im starting to think that its not the situation that is to blame for this unsolved mess but the culture thats at fault, I dont think either the Gc or Tc cultures has it in them to concede and find a solution, the cultures arent conducive to working together with anyone


You are not far wrong,WC...Imagine,if we solved Cyprob tomorrow,what on earth are we going to do??? We will all have to get a life!!!!! :wink: :lol:

Noooooo, we can play Tavla so long as we use a bodiricik.


Oh,okey...I forgot about that... :)
As long as there is enough zivaniya to keep us warm in winter... :wink:

Unlimited supply, so long as it is not Ramazan. :wink:


Don't worry I'll make sure Ramazan stays in Australia... :wink: :lol:
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Postby YFred » Thu Apr 29, 2010 3:47 pm

BirKibrisli wrote:
YFred wrote:
BirKibrisli wrote:
YFred wrote:
BirKibrisli wrote:
wyoming cowboy wrote:
Viewpoint wrote:
wyoming cowboy wrote:I agree with you 100 percent "humanist", if we sit here waiting for the other side to admit to their past will never happen, and if one side does then the other will try to take advantage and both sides know this so ultimately no side will admit anything...Ive said it before, unless there is an agreement/solution, where the platform has changed from the status quo, the past will never get its just due, Trust from both sides for a catharsis of the past will only come then not before


And how do we do it?


We do it by sidestepping the blame game, thats all i see on these forums, im starting to think that its not the situation that is to blame for this unsolved mess but the culture thats at fault, I dont think either the Gc or Tc cultures has it in them to concede and find a solution, the cultures arent conducive to working together with anyone


You are not far wrong,WC...Imagine,if we solved Cyprob tomorrow,what on earth are we going to do??? We will all have to get a life!!!!! :wink: :lol:

Noooooo, we can play Tavla so long as we use a bodiricik.


Oh,okey...I forgot about that... :)
As long as there is enough zivaniya to keep us warm in winter... :wink:

Unlimited supply, so long as it is not Ramazan. :wink:


Don't worry I'll make sure Ramazan stays in Australia... :wink: :lol:

Do you know him too? Must afa good character then.
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Re: TOGETHER WE CAN

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu Jan 24, 2019 10:06 pm

...interesting. Read the whole thread, well worth rereading.

...and as an update,

Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot parties call on the two leaders in Cyprus to consider the construction of a common monument and to declare a joint Commemoration Day, dedicated to the memory of victims of the Cyprus conflict, both Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots.

Representatives of Democratic Rally, AKEL, EDEK, BKP, YKP, CTP and TDP visited on Wednesday two burial sites in Oroklini, a village in the Larnaca District, and Galateia in the Turkish-occupied part of Cyprus, and left some flowers there. The sites contained mass graves of Turkish Cypriots and Greek Cypriots, respectively.

This is the first time that this number of political parties from both communities visits simultaneously burial sites of Greek Cypriot and Turkish missing persons in both the free areas and the occupied part of Cyprus.

Party representatives were accompanied by the Ambassador of the Slovak Republic to Cyprus, Jan Skoda, who read a declaration on their behalf.

The visit was organised with the assistance of the non-governmental bi-communal Association of Relatives of Missing Persons and Victims of War “TOGETHER WE CAN”.

https://in-cyprus.com/political-parties ... -cypriots/



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