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A bigger traitor than Bananiot?

Postby kurupetos » Thu Apr 12, 2018 11:18 pm

What do you think of this sob?

Here's his latest article in Turkophile newspaper Politis:

http://politis.com.cy/article/ta-psevdo ... imferonton

Lambron na don gabsi!

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Re: A bigger traitor than Bananiot?

Postby Get Real! » Tue Apr 17, 2018 12:35 am

:? You are both fucking traitors... and in fact from the same camp!

He was doing Turkey’s bidding and you’re doing Greece’s… so you both represent Balkan manure.
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Re: A bigger traitor than Bananiot?

Postby kurupetos » Thu Apr 19, 2018 12:21 pm

Get Real! wrote::? You are both fucking traitors... and in fact from the same camp!

He was doing Turkey’s bidding and you’re doing Greece’s… so you both represent Balkan manure.

Are you pissed you are not the biggest traitor? :lol:
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Re: A bigger traitor than Bananiot?

Postby kurupetos » Fri Apr 20, 2018 11:39 pm

Nothing has changed...

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Re: A bigger traitor than Bananiot?

Postby DrCyprus » Mon Apr 23, 2018 2:38 pm

Pilio Gusi sounds like an Albanian name.

This means that Foureira will betray us in Eurovision.
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Re: A bigger traitor than Bananiot?

Postby Pyrpolizer » Mon Apr 23, 2018 5:20 pm

kurupetos wrote:What do you think of this sob?

Here's his latest article in Turkophile newspaper Politis:

http://politis.com.cy/article/ta-psevdo ... imferonton

Lambron na don gabsi!

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Bananiot is not a traitor.
Neither is the writer of the article.
The traitors are those who rule the Republic itself, cheating on their own people.
71 cents/liter for the fuel compared with 125 is a HUGE difference, that cannot be excused with anything other than cheating.
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Re: A bigger traitor than Bananiot?

Postby B25 » Mon Apr 23, 2018 6:52 pm

Pyrpolizer wrote:
kurupetos wrote:What do you think of this sob?

Here's his latest article in Turkophile newspaper Politis:

http://politis.com.cy/article/ta-psevdo ... imferonton

Lambron na don gabsi!

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Bananiot is not a traitor.
Neither is the writer of the article.
The traitors are those who rule the Republic itself, cheating on their own people.
71 cents/liter for the fuel compared with 125 is a HUGE difference, that cannot be excused with anything other than cheating.


In case it has escaped you as a turkophile, stolen goods are usually cheaper. The illegal occupied areas do not have to collect vat or other taxes for the EU, so cheapskates like you and yours that go over to fill up are just financing the illegal regime against the GC people, indeed you are all traitors, period.
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Re: A bigger traitor than Bananiot?

Postby kurupetos » Fri Apr 27, 2018 9:28 pm

DrCyprus wrote:Pilio Gusi sounds like an Albanian name.

This means that Foureira will betray us in Eurovision.

Who? :?
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Re: A bigger traitor than Bananiot?

Postby Pyrpolizer » Fri Apr 27, 2018 11:05 pm

B25 wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:
kurupetos wrote:What do you think of this sob?

Here's his latest article in Turkophile newspaper Politis:

http://politis.com.cy/article/ta-psevdo ... imferonton

Lambron na don gabsi!

:twisted:


Bananiot is not a traitor.
Neither is the writer of the article.
The traitors are those who rule the Republic itself, cheating on their own people.
71 cents/liter for the fuel compared with 125 is a HUGE difference, that cannot be excused with anything other than cheating.


In case it has escaped you as a turkophile, stolen goods are usually cheaper. The illegal occupied areas do not have to collect vat or other taxes for the EU, so cheapskates like you and yours that go over to fill up are just financing the illegal regime against the GC people, indeed you are all traitors, period.


First of all explain how anyone who buys selective products from the occupied is a Turkophile or a traitor?? Tell me how a Lacoste T shirt made in Turkey, then shipped to France, then back to the agent in Cyprus sold with 100% profit at 50 Euros, DIFFERS from the SAME T shirt sold in the occupied for 5-8 Euros? If you break down the price we (as individuals and as a State) pay exactly the same money to the manufacturer in Turkey either we buy it from the occupied or through France. The same happens with other products, e.g the Toyiota cars imported in Cyprus are also made in Turkey. Would you call any buyer of a Toyota car a Turkophile?

Stolen goods?? Since when petrol is a stolen good in the occupied?? It is imported from the same sources that we import it as well.
For your information none of those taxes go to the EU other than perhaps 1% as penalty assuming we exceed the level of permitted emissions.
Just to help you the 19% VAT goes straight into the government pocket. However they pay exactly the same VAT % in the occupied.
So where does the remaining 54c/LT go patriotaki tis vlakeias?

Btw I never knew the prices of fuel were so low in the occupied, so i admit I undergo the same slaughtering like you on everyday basis. However I don't feel right knowing i consent to be treated as a lamb, contrary to you who is proud to be a decorated "patriotic" lamb with stars. :P

Moreover the article doesn't only talk of how the government itself exploits us. It also talks of how it allows other "patriots" to cheat on us. It talks for things like medicine that are almost 3 times cheaper in the occupied. Even In Greece with so much corruption, they are sold half the price than here.
Why?? Because there's an unbelievably strong cartel on medicines in the free areas.
Try the Aretaieion for a simple flue disease to get an idea of the most amazing prices on medical treatment and medicines, 500 Euro for a totally unnecessary chest MRI... 35 Euro for each single capsule of nose relief...
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Re: A bigger traitor than Bananiot?

Postby Kikapu » Sun Apr 29, 2018 5:50 pm

If I may interject for a minute. I don't think it is a question of someone being a traitor or not by someone going to the north to buy some things that is cheaper than they may be in the south. Forget for a minute about the north being under illegal occupation by Turkey. Just assume that the north was an independent legitimate country and the best of friends with the RoC, but their economy was much much weaker than the RoC's strong economy. The government in the north would subsidies many items in order for the people to afford bare essentials, which would make those items much cheaper than the south with a strong economy. The question is, would it be right for those living in the south earning a decent salary to go to the north to buy everything they can at cheaper rate at every chance they get? The answer is, of course is not OK, because in order to maintain those public services and salaries in the south, you are expected to shop where you live, even if it costs more. Sure, if you happen to be in the north and need petrol, fill up and buy few things to bring back with you, but to make it a routine habit would be wrong, to which the government then sets customs duties on items brought in from the north to certain limits. We have the same situation here in Switzerland. The Swiss economy is good and so the people earn high salaries, more than it's surrounding countries, and we have a limit of up to 300 Swiss francs duty free import per day, but heavy limits on certain items, like one is only allowed to bring 1 kg of meat product per trip, since meat is cheaper than it is in Switzerland. One needs to spend in their own country as much as possible to help retain their way of life.
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