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Re: EU; that's gotta hurt. Turkey unhappy.

Postby Humanist1 » Tue Jul 09, 2019 11:05 pm

I am not arguing for or even agree with bbf.

A two state under federation can be a precursor to a solution. By this I mean the following.

States: North and South each with their own government on one person one vote - this will allow the TC’s to have a majority in the Northern State, based on the current situation. Not all GC’s will return to the North as they now have established lives in the free Cyprus. I go as far as suggesting that TC’s keep the homes they currently occupyand GC’s compensated.

Settlers are given Cypriot citizenship all of them except those with criminal records. They are to be sent to gaols in Turkey.

TC’ politicians also take up their positions in theFederal government of the RoC.

Schooling in both States educational insitutions teach all three languages at school, turkish, greek, english
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Re: EU; that's gotta hurt. Turkey unhappy.

Postby Lordo » Tue Jul 09, 2019 11:11 pm

Humanist1 wrote:I am not arguing for or even agree with bbf.

A two state under federation can be a precursor to a solution. By this I mean the following.

States: North and South each with their own government on one person one vote - this will allow the TC’s to have a majority in the Northern State, based on the current situation. Not all GC’s will return to the North as they now have established lives in the free Cyprus. I go as far as suggesting that TC’s keep the homes they currently occupyand GC’s compensated.

Settlers are given Cypriot citizenship all of them except those with criminal records. They are to be sent to gaols in Turkey.

TC’ politicians also take up their positions in theFederal government of the RoC.

Schooling in both States educational insitutions teach all three languages at school, turkish, greek, english

i agree with everything yousaid exceptone thing. what about tcs who have lost their properties in the south. do they get cmpensated? or are they not worthy?

asto people retruning, people have not just moved north or south, they also moved all over the world from both communities so they can return if they wish. but i suspect not many here will support you in what you have said above.
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Re: EU; that's gotta hurt. Turkey unhappy.

Postby Maximus » Tue Jul 09, 2019 11:40 pm

The majority of gc would disagree with all of it.

This solution is actually the problem and what turkeys designs are for Cyprus. Absolute madness of a “solution” for Cyprus. So mad it can’t be taken seriously as it is very damaging to Cyprus’s future.

But I agree with you lordo, on the part that a tc is entitled to compensation, exchange or restitution, but only after everything that was stolen is returned to their rightful owners. Every square centimeter of property that the tc have stolen and have in their possession.

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Re: EU; that's gotta hurt. Turkey unhappy.

Postby Lordo » Wed Jul 10, 2019 7:26 pm

Maximus wrote:The majority of gc would disagree with all of it.

This solution is actually the problem and what turkeys designs are for Cyprus. Absolute madness of a “solution” for Cyprus. So mad it can’t be taken seriously as it is very damaging to Cyprus’s future.

But I agree with you lordo, on the part that a tc is entitled to compensation, exchange or restitution, but only after everything that was stolen is returned to their rightful owners. Every square centimeter of property that the tc have stolen and have in their possession.

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you see what i mean humanist1. maximoboullo thinks you are a tourgo sporo. have guts to say what you mean maximouimmou.

now going back to the subject matter of this thread. it certainly is hurting but but who is being hurt here.

read and weap boys. nasty is toying with your emotions i am afraid.

https://cyprus-mail.com/2019/07/10/no-decision-on-eu-sanctions-against-turkey-discussion-to-continue/?fbclid=IwAR3BNlwFuiBOtuNhNdHbRXIAaElq80inJ1L6hxDRfjXLh_GtCoH6LxDcrGs
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Re: EU; that's gotta hurt. Turkey unhappy.

Postby Maximus » Wed Jul 10, 2019 7:49 pm

Lordo, he is entitled to his opinion,

No matter how wrong I think it is.

As for your turkey those targeted measure are coming. Turkey is also about to be placed on the US adversary list and will face sanction over the s400.

After the targeted measures by the eu have been decided, If these are not enough to get turkey to stop her illegitimate behavior, they will get more severe. Small steps at a time until reason and rationality returns tayipistan. You are living in denial and unfortunately, have become infected with rechid erdoganococcos tayippistanis disease.

soon enough, if erdogan keeps going on his current trajectory, turkey will be designated as a terror organization by the eu. She will be on the same list as the Pkk. A source close to me, that has access to certain kinds of information mentioned the possibility.

It’s a shame but turkey, people like you, are the cause for many of the deep seated problems in the east med.

Time to wake up and taste the baklava instead of getting egg in your face.

Things are not looking good for turkey are they?
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