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What does 'Enosis' mean to you, today?

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Re: What does 'Enosis' mean to you, today?

Postby kurupetos » Wed Apr 11, 2012 11:01 pm

loyalcypriot10 wrote:Enosis is in today,s climate only fit for the historical dustbin.

And what do you know? First learn to use the apostrophe! :lol:
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Re: What does 'Enosis' mean to you, today?

Postby repulsewarrior » Wed Apr 11, 2012 11:21 pm

...never mind kurupetos's welcome, he is apt to get a rise.

loyalcypriot, i'd say that it still needs to evolve; like a wheel that goes around, it will mean union, if you will, but to Cypriots, instead of "Greeks" or "Turks".
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Re: What does 'Enosis' mean to you, today?

Postby Me Ed » Wed Apr 11, 2012 11:39 pm

Enosis consists of dumb Cypriots like Kimon07 and GiG handing over our superior ways to the equally dumb Kalamares.

They are nothing like us.

Our Church is independent and pre-dates their inferior church and our language and DNA is separate from those bankrupt shistos.

Hell will freeze over before my beloved island is handed over to Greece.
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Re: What does 'Enosis' mean to you, today?

Postby repulsewarrior » Wed Apr 11, 2012 11:59 pm

Me Ed wrote:Enosis consists of dumb Cypriots like Kimon07 and GiG handing over our superior ways to the equally dumb Kalamares.

They are nothing like us.

Our Church is independent and pre-dates their inferior church and our language and DNA is separate from those bankrupt shistos.

Hell will freeze over before my beloved island is handed over to Greece.


Me Ed, so well said, i hope that you did not understand my thinking, enosis, union, or as i think the word means, mend, Cypriots as One People.
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Re: What does 'Enosis' mean to you, today?

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Thu Apr 12, 2012 7:41 am

The foreign-borne (or enemy-influenced) Anti-Greek Minority who conspire to change the age-old beloved, Greek-created identity of Cyprus, rather than accept it as naturally part of the Greek world, are (unwittingly?) in collusion with the, illegal, occupying forces. For peace to reign, hopefully this minority will be removed (or, at least, educated) so that the whole of Cyprus is liberated once again. Free to rightfully be 100% re-instated, unquestionably, into the Greek-speaking, Greek-cultural, Greek-EU and Greek Orthodox community.

There's not a place in free Cyprus, the multicultural Cyprus, where the flag of the *RoC and Greece* do not fly side-by-side, in unison, in enosis! ( - Except at that MacDonald's eatery - and perhaps some other Imperialist establishments or enemy-appeasing abodes). This is what the majority of the (multicultural) people of the RoC recognise as the true identity of old and modern Cyprus --> GREEK! :D

The EU accepts this - and this is how Cyprus will be liberated from Turkish occupation and its illegal-interest.
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Re: What does 'Enosis' mean to you, today?

Postby Me Ed » Thu Apr 12, 2012 10:28 am

I don't think so.

All Turkey will do is apply the basic principle that every action has an equal and opposite reaction.

For every Greek flag that's hoisted in free Cyprus, the Turks willl hoist a Turkish flag.

Everytime the free Cypriots sing the Greek National anthem, the Turks will sing the Turkish national anthem.

FInally, every twerp in free Cyprus that say's they are Greek, Turkey will import a Turk from the mainland in the occupied area.
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Re: What does 'Enosis' mean to you, today?

Postby SheldonCooper » Thu Apr 12, 2012 10:35 am

Me Ed wrote:FInally, every twerp in free Cyprus that say's they are Greek, Turkey will import a Turk from the mainland in the occupied area.

You mean like the English did with Northern Ireland, so that they could eventually annex it? Why mess with a winning strategy I suppose...
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Re: What does 'Enosis' mean to you, today?

Postby loyalcypriot10 » Thu Apr 12, 2012 1:35 pm

Grow up Greekislandgirl.The future for Cyprus is not a failed enosis .You are stuck with the TCs , and a federation is the only viable solution.Cyprus belongs to both the GCs and TCs as well as o ther Cypriot citizens
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Re: What does 'Enosis' mean to you, today?

Postby yialousa1971 » Thu Apr 12, 2012 3:30 pm

bill cobbett wrote:Oooooh nice Stud,

Was looking at this a few weeks ago and the Anglo-Saxon Invasion must hwhere are the new villagesave been the most curious invasion ever, cos... where are the remains of battlefields, of cemeteries, , where is the folk-lore of invasion and resistance and reprisals, where is the evidence of a huge influx of people and mass migration of the indigenous, pre-existing population away from the invasion... ??? ... very, very curious.

Many years ago read Bede's History of the English People, a great read and a most, most, perhaps the most influential book in this matter, still got a copy somewhere and it left an interesting impression in that it said sooo little (if anything) about English History before the landing of St Augustine and the "bringing" of Christianity to England. Plenty of evidence that a Christianity independent of Rome was already being practised in England years before Augustine. So can only be one conclusion and that is that there was and still is A Papist Plot to re-write English History... and then we could go on to find out about recent research in to the origins of the English Language.


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where are the remains of battlefields, of cemeteries
:?

When the Anglo's killed someone I don't think they bothered to bury them 1500 years ago. :roll:

where are the new villages
Go and learn some history about England and you will see where they are! :mrgreen:
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Re: What does 'Enosis' mean to you, today?

Postby yialousa1971 » Thu Apr 12, 2012 3:33 pm

Cap wrote:Interesting to read posts by 'Cypriots' who would NEVER leave their utopian Anglo adopted homelands to repatriate. But they're quick to decide what's best for the country.


I thought you were a English man from South Africa. :?
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