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Re: 2018 presidential election thread

Postby kurupetos » Fri Jan 26, 2018 12:35 am

Zenon33 wrote:
kurupetos wrote:ELAM! :wink:



3% or 4% not more....


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στην πρώτη αφορμή εγώ θα είμαι 'κει με όπλο με μαχαίρι με πυρκαγιά ψυχή...

κι αν τύχει και χαθώ στη μάχη σκοτωθώ στον τάφο μου να γράψετε Τουρκία δεν ξεχνώ!
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Re: 2018 presidential election thread

Postby Get Real! » Fri Jan 26, 2018 12:39 am

Problem is... ELAM represents Greeks so I can’t relate to them.

Papadopoulos it is then…
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Re: 2018 presidential election thread

Postby CBBB » Fri Jan 26, 2018 8:04 am

Get Real! wrote:Problem is... ELAM represents Greeks so I can’t relate to them.

Papadopoulos it is then…


Anyone but that arrogant a-hole!
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Re: 2018 presidential election thread

Postby Get Real! » Fri Jan 26, 2018 8:15 am

CBBB wrote:
Get Real! wrote:Problem is... ELAM represents Greeks so I can’t relate to them.

Papadopoulos it is then…

Anyone but that arrogant a-hole!

As if Nicos is not arrogant! :roll:


Malas – AKEL – No way

ELAM – Greek nationalists – No way

Nicos – DISY / dangerous / Greekophile / Arrogant – No way

Nicolas – DIKO / center / Cypriot nationalists – Correct way!
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Re: 2018 presidential election thread

Postby B25 » Fri Jan 26, 2018 9:21 am

Get Real! wrote:
CBBB wrote:
Get Real! wrote:Problem is... ELAM represents Greeks so I can’t relate to them.

Papadopoulos it is then…

Anyone but that arrogant a-hole!

As if Nicos is not arrogant! :roll:


Malas – AKEL – No way

ELAM – Greek nationalists – No way

Nicos – DISY / dangerous / Greekophile / Arrogant – No way

Nicolas – DIKO / center / Cypriot nationalists – Correct way!


Nicolas – DIKO / center / Cypriot nationalists – All the way.
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Re: 2018 presidential election thread

Postby Sotos » Fri Jan 26, 2018 9:32 am

Papadopoulos is not as good as his father (who was way better than Anastasiades/Christofias) but he is the best choice. Center in terms of the economy and a way better approach in the Cyprus problem... with him we do not risk to become subjects of Erdogan in some so called "solution" that would make the whole Cyprus a banana republic of Turkey.
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Re: 2018 presidential election thread

Postby Get Real! » Fri Jan 26, 2018 10:52 am

Sotos wrote:Papadopoulos is not as good as his father (who was way better than Anastasiades/Christofias) but he is the best choice. Center in terms of the economy and a way better approach in the Cyprus problem... with him we do not risk to become subjects of Erdogan in some so called "solution" that would make the whole Cyprus a banana republic of Turkey.

No, we’re not saying that but I’m sure he’ll improve over time with experience.

I’m just tired of AKEL/DYSI. AKEL bankrupted us and DYSI subsequently capitulated to Germany’s criminal terms!

I sure miss having DIKO back in power… it just feels more right.
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Re: 2018 presidential election thread

Postby Sotos » Fri Jan 26, 2018 11:37 am

Personally I don't blame them (much) for the economy. Christofias had the bad luck of being president during the global economic crisis, and what happened was mostly caused by the banks and not him. Anastasiades then had very few if any options, so I can't blame him too much for that either. What they both screwed up was the negotiations and they have brought us literally one step before destruction. If it wasn't for the Foreign minister of Greece, Anastasiades would have already signed an agreement, and today we would be discussing if we would lose more by rejecting or accepting a terrible "solution" in a referendum. Either way we were barely saved and we shouldn't let the idiots of DISY and AKEL to continue.
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Re: 2018 presidential election thread

Postby Zenon33 » Fri Jan 26, 2018 4:03 pm

Sotos wrote:Papadopoulos is not as good as his father (who was way better than Anastasiades/Christofias) but he is the best choice. Center in terms of the economy and a way better approach in the Cyprus problem... with him we do not risk to become subjects of Erdogan in some so called "solution" that would make the whole Cyprus a banana republic of Turkey.



Papadopoulos?.
The establishment will kill him in a second term, he has zero chances.
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Re: 2018 presidential election thread

Postby Sotos » Fri Jan 26, 2018 7:04 pm

Zenon33 wrote:
Sotos wrote:Papadopoulos is not as good as his father (who was way better than Anastasiades/Christofias) but he is the best choice. Center in terms of the economy and a way better approach in the Cyprus problem... with him we do not risk to become subjects of Erdogan in some so called "solution" that would make the whole Cyprus a banana republic of Turkey.



Papadopoulos?.
The establishment will kill him in a second term, he has zero chances.


Not sure what you mean. How would the establishment kill him, and what "second term"? Papadopoulos is the only one who has a chance to beat Anastasiades in the second round. And if Malas passes in the second round then it wouldn't matter anyways, because Malas isn't any better. So if you don't want the policy of AKEL-DISY on the Cyprus problem to continue, you should vote for Papadopoulos. Voting for Lilikas or any other is just throwing your vote in the trash and helping Anastasiades to get elected.
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