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Are views expressed by Paphitis reasonable

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Are views expressed by Paphitis on ANYTHING reasonable

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1. Yes they are.
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2. No they are a load of old cobblers.
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Re: Are views expressed by Paphitis reasonable

Postby Paphitis » Mon Mar 12, 2018 2:41 am

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Paphitis wrote:The Brits even kicked you off the their forum because they think you are an idiot! Even though I call hem the white sock brigade, they take it in good humor and welcome me.


However much it hurts. Image to be fair, AFAIUI ( I am not in "the loop") there's been no "kicking off" - but a suspension. I don't know the details. Furthermore, it wasn't to do with any views expressed - however much I disagree with them and was - belatedly unfortunately - against my expressed wishes.

Whilst sticking my oar in :lol: I would add.

If somebody that I know comes into *my* club with their wife and sits in the corner, being ignored by all present, I would consider it rude and feel that offering them a welcoming drink might just break the ice. It's called "festive spirit". That refused and a bit of small talk - then allowing them to wait quietly for their hosts. Nothing more, nothing less.

*People* who belong to such groups tend to refer to them as "my". My club/chapter/lodge/pub/church. It denotes membership, not possession.

I surely can't be the only one to notice that when Paphitis isn't around it gets really quiet. Certain people end up basically talking to themselves? Despite that the killing the golden goose pogrom seems to continue, relentless.

Ohh - I have never threatened anybody's wife (particularly nice ones) even "obliquely". I'm not like that.

Like Santa, I have checked this twice and can't find anything "libelous". :wink:

Sorry to interrupt. Ding, ding. Seconds out! :lol:


Look when it comes down to it, I really do feel sorry for him.

The thing is, he must have been really screwed up to have the views he has. I do not know what his history is, but the White Sock Brigade should take the poor old coot out and get him pissed more often. :lol:

My views can create a bit of controversy on a Cypriot Forum. Cypriots have a habit of not being too West Friendly but most of that is just desperate bravado. Deep down, most Cypriots are practical people and know from where their bread is buttered. There are many who can't forgive Britain's role in the 50s and there are many that do not like America or NATO. They are the only country in 25 member states of the EU that feel like that. It puts them out on a limb.

I grew up my entire life outside of Cyprus and understand that we must all stick together either through the EU and NATO and other alliances and trade blocks. I'm about looking forward because looking back isn't going to do Cyprus any good but make things even more worse. but the barriers are being smashed down as we speak because today, mist Cypriots have been exposed to Britain and America and understand now what they are about and also they understand the British and American traits and as such, the younger generations are more open minded than their predecessors who mostly never even had a high school education.
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Re: Are views expressed by Paphitis reasonable

Postby Pyrpolizer » Mon Mar 12, 2018 11:42 am

Robin Hood wrote:
Newly Revealed Russian Weapons Systems: Political Implications

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/48928.htm


A biased article but I think I have the common sense to filter it out.
Quoting some undeniable truths:

a) The problem is that the entire US political system and economy are completely dependent on a permanent state of war. TRUE
b) The Russian end-goal is simple and obvious: to achieve a gradual and peaceful disintegration of the AngloZionist Empire .Imo it will disintegrate by itself without any Russian interference. How much longer can they sustain trillions of deficit, and endless wars all over the place?
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Re: Are views expressed by Paphitis reasonable

Postby Paphitis » Mon Mar 12, 2018 1:33 pm

Pyrpolizer wrote:
Robin Hood wrote:
Newly Revealed Russian Weapons Systems: Political Implications

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/48928.htm


A biased article but I think I have the common sense to filter it out.
Quoting some undeniable truths:

a) The problem is that the entire US political system and economy are completely dependent on a permanent state of war. TRUE
b) The Russian end-goal is simple and obvious: to achieve a gradual and peaceful disintegration of the AngloZionist Empire .Imo it will disintegrate by itself without any Russian interference. How much longer can they sustain trillions of deficit, and endless wars all over the place?


All the wars around the place have nothing to do with us. Syria for instance was not a war we started or were involved in or even wanted to get involved in.

Also, there is no such thing as Anglo Zionist Empire. That is just pure sensationalist bullshit for the plebs that swallow such bullshit.

Americans are more Gaelic and Germanic than Anglo. Also Latin and African. But it really doesn't matter what they are. What matters is that we have common bonds with them and other countries throughout the Western World.

The Russians are responsible for funding the US and Western Arms Industry more than anything else. It is because of Russia and China everyone is buying arms for their defence. For as long as there is a Pootin, Arms Dealers will be making a killing.

Secondly, our empire is the Alliance of several countries. It is neither an empire of conquest or a single power dictating to the rest. It is an alliance of many nations with similar values and outlooks. It is just a group of countries cooperating and working together in unison and with a common understanding.

Yes, the article is complete nonsense as are most articles from that site. I think we have all had enough of Pootin's boasts of supposedly indestructible weapons. If he was that far ahead, no one would be publishing it in propaganda sites like the above. It's like the boy who cried wolf.

Pootin is so insecure, he even sent in prototype aircraft into Syria for testing. You will never see that from a Coalition country.
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Re: Are views expressed by Paphitis reasonable

Postby miltiades » Mon Mar 12, 2018 1:54 pm

Here ....WE go again ! Us, we and more personalized attributions. Biy, You Have fuck all to do with the USA or any other nation, stop playing toy soldiers, instead learn to spell Putin correctly as well as ...Tramp !!!
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Re: Are views expressed by Paphitis reasonable

Postby Paphitis » Mon Mar 12, 2018 2:06 pm

miltiades wrote:Here ....WE go again ! Us, we and more personalized attributions. Biy, You Have fuck all to do with the USA or any other nation, stop playing toy soldiers, instead learn to spell Putin correctly as well as ...Tramp !!!


We as in their friggin allies malakas!

We have been an ally of their's for more than 100 years now. That won't change.

That is what is their empire. There empire is everyone within their coalition and alliance. All of NATO. All of the EU. Asia Pacific and Americas. It's a lot of countries that consider themsleves allies to the US, and only very few that do not. Look at those that do not. They are not exactly your upstanding world citizens but mostly the rogues.

Their empire are all the allies. It's the most innovative empire that humanity has ever seen. never before has there been an empire like this one, and if they fall, never again will there be an empire like it either. Russia and China will never have an empire like that. Their's will be once again an empire of conquest. If you are strong enough to steal and EEZ then help yourself. Might = Right! Believe it or not, that is where the world is headed.

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Re: Are views expressed by Paphitis reasonable

Postby miltiades » Mon Mar 12, 2018 3:48 pm

More crap from General wewe Malakas.
Wake up stupid. You are on a public forum
Stop playing the We and Us bullshit.
Its the West stupid, its not your place to tell us that the west will do this or that. You have no say in the mattet, stick to your job as a bloody Stewart or are you really a fuvking pilot !!! Fool some boy not me.
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Re: Are views expressed by Paphitis reasonable

Postby Kikapu » Mon Mar 12, 2018 3:53 pm

Paphitis wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:Neither you Milti nor Paphitis have served in the army hence you have no idea.
The truth is that if Turkey attacks she might lose half her fighter jets in 24 hours.
As for her navy, ha,ha,ha.
In a nutshell Turkey will suffer tremendous loses.
But we won't win in the end she has 80 million to spare.

As for Paphitis' views I don't really care if they are reasonable or not.
I try to respect all views as long as the person is not getting spastic, boring, insulting and repetitive.
I like hearing innovative views.


Lose half their jets. I hope that is true but I don't think so.

It might lose a few but losing half its jets is a little too optimistic.

What is likely, is that the CNG will lose 90% of its Air defense in 24 hours, but that isn't that important either. It would not result in a defeat.

And again, Turkey will be using American HARM Missiles to disable the CNG's Air Defence and that would be something that would outrage the Americans again. The Americans would not like it one bit. There Congress would be having babies as they talk about American manufactured Technology bombing an EU member State.

Oh and mate, I did 11 years in the Army plus 6 in Coast Watch (Coast Guard). You were only a conscript.


Cyprus can install hundreds of decoy missile radars without missiles, mixed in with the radars with missiles, to defend against Turkish Jets. That will confuse TAF a little on which target to take out!
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Re: Are views expressed by Paphitis reasonable

Postby Get Real! » Mon Mar 12, 2018 4:22 pm

Kikapu wrote:Cyprus can install hundreds of decoy missile radars without missiles, mixed in with the radars with missiles, to defend against Turkish Jets. That will confuse TAF a little on which target to take out!

We have plenty of S2A systems and of a wide variety but our best are probably the French Mistral Manpads, which we have also installed ourselves on gunboats.

France has a tiny non-permanent naval base in Paphos and we got the Mistrals by the dozens in return.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mistral_(missile)

The downside is that they only work up to 6km high so once the Turks lose a dozen jets they’ll probably figure out that they need to attack from a higher altitude in which case we have other; mostly Russian, systems that strike much higher.

What we’re currently lacking is good anti-ship technology where I think we’ve only got surface-launched Exocet MM40 Block 2 missiles… we should get block 3 which can strike beyond 120km.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exocet

For such a tiny place we have a lot of military hardware in our inventory, unlike the Kurds who are running around with archaic Kalashnikovs and RPGs making the Turks look good!
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Re: Are views expressed by Paphitis reasonable

Postby Pyrpolizer » Mon Mar 12, 2018 5:23 pm

Paphitis wrote:All the wars around the place have nothing to do with us. Syria for instance was not a war we started or were involved in or even wanted to get involved in.

For a moment I thought the "us" was just a typo for the US!
You must be joking really. Name me one American president who hasn't started a new war.
ISIS itself is an army of mercenaries paid and armed by the Americans. Until they got out of control...



Also, there is no such thing as Anglo Zionist Empire. That is just pure sensationalist bullshit for the plebs that swallow such bullshit.
Americans are more Gaelic and Germanic than Anglo. Also Latin and African. But it really doesn't matter what they are. What matters is that we have common bonds with them and other countries throughout the Western World.

You are wrong. It has nothing to do with the origin of the Americans. It has to do with who rules the US. The elitists are all AngloSaxons and Jews.The UK itself plays the role of the US ambassador in Europe. That's why Putin feels so much contempt for the "little island" as he calls the UK, who still thinks it's an empire

The Russians are responsible for funding the US and Western Arms Industry more than anything else. It is because of Russia and China everyone is buying arms for their defence. For as long as there is a Pootin, Arms Dealers will be making a killing.

Secondly, our empire is the Alliance of several countries. It is neither an empire of conquest or a single power dictating to the rest. It is an alliance of many nations with similar values and outlooks. It is just a group of countries cooperating and working together in unison and with a common understanding.

I think it's more than obvious that the whatever "alliance" is about controlling the world's energy resources. Controlling means getting it for free by the Americans via the petro-dollar system (=we print as much as needed to get it totally free). For the rest of the 'alliance" it's about getting it at as low a price as possible (about the same price the cows produce milk).
Therefore make sure you know what you are talking about when saying "we are working together in unison and with a common understanding. "
It has nothing to do with common values of liberty or democracy It has to do about stealing by the Americans, whereas the rest of the alliance gets something from the loot as well.

In this respect Russia and China are the so called enemies. Why? The Russians because they have their own energy resources, the Chinese because they consume too much without been part of the alliance and without at least buying made in the USA weapons...
The whole world is waking up Paphitis. Even stupid Turkey.


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Re: Are views expressed by Paphitis reasonable

Postby miltiades » Mon Mar 12, 2018 5:27 pm

Stupid Turkey might well be waking up, but it seems the Generalwewe Malak " us" is in a permanent comma!!
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