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Benefits and problems from the EU membership.

Postby Piratis » Sat May 22, 2010 4:59 pm

Bir, the thing is that you want to have everything that you demand with one step, while we are supposed to get our human and democratic rights in some undefined future steps that are only imaginary and in reality will never happen since the TCs will get everything they want from step one and there will be no motive for them to make any further steps.

You are the bloodyminded, hatefilled, revenge-seeking, bitter and twisted individual in this forum. You are the one who is using excuses from half a century ago trying to continue to violate the human and democratic rights of the Cypriot people.

What we are is called logical. If you get everything you want from step one that means you will not want to make any further steps. Common sense.
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Postby shahmaran » Wed Jun 02, 2010 12:40 am

Piratis wrote:There is only one state in Cyprus and there is already direct trade between the one and only state of Cyprus and the EU. The TCs are free (or as free as Turkey allows them to be) to use the legal ports and airports of Cyprus.

The injustice is the one against the Cypriot people who are embargoed from their own homes and properties.

If the Turks want another port of Cyprus to open for direct trade all they have to do is to stop illegally occupying it. Then it can open as another free port of Republic of Cyprus.


It is Turkey who is "occupying", yet it is us who cant trade!

Ironically, we had problems trading way before Turkey intervened because of the GC control over the ports, but thats another story :roll:

Anyway, this is how fallible your logic is, it is based on racist views, it is bound to fail you, but I am beginning to think you are too old to see anything new...
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