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Re: now what for the kerds

Postby Get Real! » Wed Jan 09, 2019 3:56 pm

Lordo wrote:yep and they had it longer than the griiiiks which only occupied it for only 300 years. so now you can see why they feel they have a claim to it and of course the fact that it is also very close to them geographically speaking has something to do with it too.
goodluck to you when dealing with erdogan. for years gc leadership have been trying to sideline the tc leadership and talk to the terggs behind their backs and finally they have. you see anastasiades really wants two states and cavusoglu will oblige but akinci has balls the size of your head and will not accept it my friend. inn years to come gcs will pray to his soul long after he is gone for what he has done for the sheepriots.

Cypriots had it for 15,000 years so both Greece and Turkey can go suck an egg! :lol:
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Re: now what for the kerds

Postby Maximus » Wed Jan 09, 2019 4:03 pm

Get Real! wrote:
Lordo wrote:yep and they had it longer than the griiiiks which only occupied it for only 300 years. so now you can see why they feel they have a claim to it and of course the fact that it is also very close to them geographically speaking has something to do with it too.
goodluck to you when dealing with erdogan. for years gc leadership have been trying to sideline the tc leadership and talk to the terggs behind their backs and finally they have. you see anastasiades really wants two states and cavusoglu will oblige but akinci has balls the size of your head and will not accept it my friend. inn years to come gcs will pray to his soul long after he is gone for what he has done for the sheepriots.

Cypriots had it for 15,000 years so both Greece and Turkey can go suck an egg! :lol:


You do talk a load of rubbish Lordo.

'Turkish' is a 100 year invention.

If you knew Turkish history and knew it well. Not the indoctrinated rubbish you have been told to say, you would know that the lands Turkey was established on formerly belonged to other people.

Primarily the Greeks, the Cypriots, Armenians and the Kurds.
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Re: now what for the kerds

Postby Lordo » Wed Jan 09, 2019 5:21 pm

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Lordo wrote:yep and they had it longer than the griiiiks which only occupied it for only 300 years. so now you can see why they feel they have a claim to it and of course the fact that it is also very close to them geographically speaking has something to do with it too.
goodluck to you when dealing with erdogan. for years gc leadership have been trying to sideline the tc leadership and talk to the terggs behind their backs and finally they have. you see anastasiades really wants two states and cavusoglu will oblige but akinci has balls the size of your head and will not accept it my friend. inn years to come gcs will pray to his soul long after he is gone for what he has done for the sheepriots.

Cypriots had it for 15,000 years so both Greece and Turkey can go suck an egg! :lol:


You do talk a load of rubbish Lordo.

'Turkish' is a 100 year invention.

If you knew Turkish history and knew it well. Not the indoctrinated rubbish you have been told to say, you would know that the lands Turkey was established on formerly belonged to other people.

Primarily the Greeks, the Cypriots, Armenians and the Kurds.

you are clearly showing your age and limitations too.
you are confusing tergggish written with the latin alphabet with the terggish in the old more like arabic alphabet. terggish has been around as long as history goes back. there are around about 300 million or so tergggic speaking piiiibol in the world including china with the uygurs which are also terggish
as to anadolu belonging to the greeks and other people well griiiiks also invaded anadolu all the way to india and destroyed the original people of indus valley you murdering imbacils. so no anadolu no longer belongs to greeks than cyprus. so get stuffed

i do agree with gr about sheepriots being here for 15000 years but i am afraid they gave their soul to the griiiiiks. on the other hand cypriots like me who's ancestors go back to more than 10,000 years on cyprus are the victims of you swine who keep wanting to enslave us to the griiks. not on your life boy.
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Re: now what for the kerds

Postby Robin Hood » Wed Jan 09, 2019 5:29 pm

Peace for Syria and a “New Kurdistan” as Regional Stabilizing Factor? - By Peter Koenig

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Will Syria ever become a ‘normal’ country again? – I opt for yes. But empire must fall. And fall it will. It’s a question of time and maybe strategy? – For hundreds of years, the Kurds are an ethnicity of between 25 and 35 million people. They inhabit a mountainous region straddling the borders of Turkey, Iraq, Syria, Iran and a tiny bit of Armenia. They make up the fourth-largest ethnic group in the Middle East, but they have never obtained a permanent nation state. Wouldn’t this rearrangement of power in Syria due to the apparent US troop withdrawals be an opportunity to find a solution for the century old Kurdish “problem”?

President Assad might seize the opportunity to accept the Kurds ‘invitation’ to enter the city of Manbij, the current Kurdish stronghold in Syria. And this despite the fact that the Kurds have often fought against the Syrian military, either alongside the US/NATO forces or alongside ISIS. It’s time to rethink geopolitics in the Middle East, beginning with Syria. After all, Manbij is Syrian territory, and Turkey has no legitimate claim on any land within Syria. Except in the case of a possible land swap.

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http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/50889.htm
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Re: now what for the kerds

Postby Maximus » Wed Jan 09, 2019 7:01 pm

Lordo wrote:you are clearly showing your age and limitations too.
you are confusing tergggish written with the latin alphabet with the terggish in the old more like arabic alphabet. terggish has been around as long as history goes back. there are around about 300 million or so tergggic speaking piiiibol in the world including china with the uygurs which are also terggish
as to anadolu belonging to the greeks and other people well griiiiks also invaded anadolu all the way to india and destroyed the original people of indus valley you murdering imbacils. so no anadolu no longer belongs to greeks than cyprus. so get stuffed

i do agree with gr about sheepriots being here for 15000 years but i am afraid they gave their soul to the griiiiiks. on the other hand cypriots like me who's ancestors go back to more than 10,000 years on cyprus are the victims of you swine who keep wanting to enslave us to the griiks. not on your life boy.


Its just laughable.
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Re: now what for the kerds

Postby Maximus » Wed Jan 09, 2019 7:09 pm

Robin Hood wrote:
Peace for Syria and a “New Kurdistan” as Regional Stabilizing Factor? - By Peter Koenig

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Will Syria ever become a ‘normal’ country again? – I opt for yes. But empire must fall. And fall it will. It’s a question of time and maybe strategy? – For hundreds of years, the Kurds are an ethnicity of between 25 and 35 million people. They inhabit a mountainous region straddling the borders of Turkey, Iraq, Syria, Iran and a tiny bit of Armenia. They make up the fourth-largest ethnic group in the Middle East, but they have never obtained a permanent nation state. Wouldn’t this rearrangement of power in Syria due to the apparent US troop withdrawals be an opportunity to find a solution for the century old Kurdish “problem”?

President Assad might seize the opportunity to accept the Kurds ‘invitation’ to enter the city of Manbij, the current Kurdish stronghold in Syria. And this despite the fact that the Kurds have often fought against the Syrian military, either alongside the US/NATO forces or alongside ISIS. It’s time to rethink geopolitics in the Middle East, beginning with Syria. After all, Manbij is Syrian territory, and Turkey has no legitimate claim on any land within Syria. Except in the case of a possible land swap.

Full article .......

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/50889.htm


Turkey has now turned to Russia and Iran to coordinate with him for his fight against Kurdish 'terrorism' in Syria.

Erdogan is like 'Billy' no mates, Why doesnt anyone want to come kill some Kurds with me.

He is bad news.

The US wont like it and Kurdistan may be their payback, taking a slice of Turkey in the process.

He may even get some kind of bizonal federation and give the kurds political equality, like he wants for the TC in Cyprus. Then they can veto him.
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Re: now what for the kerds

Postby Lordo » Wed Jan 09, 2019 9:17 pm

Maximus wrote:
Lordo wrote:you are clearly showing your age and limitations too.
you are confusing tergggish written with the latin alphabet with the terggish in the old more like arabic alphabet. terggish has been around as long as history goes back. there are around about 300 million or so tergggic speaking piiiibol in the world including china with the uygurs which are also terggish
as to anadolu belonging to the greeks and other people well griiiiks also invaded anadolu all the way to india and destroyed the original people of indus valley you murdering imbacils. so no anadolu no longer belongs to greeks than cyprus. so get stuffed

i do agree with gr about sheepriots being here for 15000 years but i am afraid they gave their soul to the griiiiiks. on the other hand cypriots like me who's ancestors go back to more than 10,000 years on cyprus are the victims of you swine who keep wanting to enslave us to the griiks. not on your life boy.


Its just laughable.

what is laughable is the fact that you though terggis has only been around for 100 years. what are you? idjet.
here is some lovely uygur music. notice the way the name of the song is not written in latin characters. your stupidity is beyonf belief.

enjoy.
notice how their terrgish brothers support their independence too.

i wonder if you support the uygur terggs to be independent from chinese oppression. of course not. anything terggish is bad to you. your mind is far too poisoned for any rationality.

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Re: now what for the kerds

Postby Lordo » Wed Jan 09, 2019 9:24 pm

here is another one mentioning you "hergele" - donkey, gavole.

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Re: now what for the kerds

Postby Lordo » Wed Jan 09, 2019 9:26 pm

here is another one from the iranian terkic people.

what a shame the people are not allowed to be free to this day. but one day it will happen sooner or later. many empires have come and gone and so wil lthe current ones.



only if you are terggish will you undersand this it=ranian terggish woman.


Pervane Ismayilova
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MEN BİR TÜRK QADINI ,ANASI OLDUĞUM ÜÇÜN HEMEŞE QURUR DÜYDUM .UŞAQLARIMIDA DA HEP SÖYLEDİM VE DÖNE -DÖNE DEMİŞEM DİLİNİZİ HER VAXT UCA TUTUN .Amma bu rusların esaretinde yaşasakda öz dilimize yasak qoymadı.Bu farslar qırılsın her vaxt bize düşmen oldular .Türkler birleşib bir olmalıdı .
here is an azeri tergg posting with a kashgay(Iranian) tergg

REK SEVGİDEN DEYİR.
Ben Azerbaycan Turkuyem ve dunyadaki butun Turk qardaslarimi destekleyirem!

Shahin Aliyev
KAŞKAY TÜRKLERİ - AZERBAYCAN TÜRKLERİNİN BİR KOLU . KONUŞDUKLARI TÜRKÇE AZERBAYCAN TÜRKÇESİNİN BİR BAŞKA ŞİVESİ .

it is shear pleasure listening to these people being able to communicate after hundreds years of oppresion by the host country.
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Re: now what for the kerds

Postby Lordo » Wed Jan 09, 2019 9:50 pm

while we are at it we cannpot pass the opporotunity to hear our kerdish brothers and sisters singing a song about freedom.
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