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Re: Turkish thieves in Denia

Postby Lordo » Sun Jun 16, 2019 12:19 pm

kurupetos wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:...in any case, these thieves represent the other half i call, "Turks".

Turks, their voting patterns, and Principals are no different to Greeks, as Cypriots.

There are a few good TCs, but the vast majority are filthy thieves and criminals.


...are you trying to say that most Greek Cypriots, are thieves, and criminals?

"Greeks", and "Turks" may be the same, in many ways, Cypriots, are not "them".

...in any case, Cypriots represent about (read: more than) half the voting public, anyway you cut it.

You are lost in your own stupid and meaningless definitions, old boy... :lol:

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Re: Turkish thieves in Denia

Postby kurupetos » Fri Jun 21, 2019 11:07 am

repulsewarrior wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:...in any case, these thieves represent the other half i call, "Turks".

Turks, their voting patterns, and Principals are no different to Greeks, as Cypriots.

There are a few good TCs, but the vast majority are filthy thieves and criminals.


...are you trying to say that most Greek Cypriots, are thieves, and criminals?

"Greeks", and "Turks" may be the same, in many ways, Cypriots, are not "them".

...in any case, Cypriots represent about (read: more than) half the voting public, anyway you cut it.

You are lost in your own stupid and meaningless definitions, old boy... :lol:


...never mind, i have hope for you too.

Hope in getting lost too? :lol:

I have a GPS! 8)
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Re: Turkish thieves in Denia

Postby kurupetos » Fri Jun 21, 2019 11:09 am

Lordo wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:...in any case, these thieves represent the other half i call, "Turks".

Turks, their voting patterns, and Principals are no different to Greeks, as Cypriots.

There are a few good TCs, but the vast majority are filthy thieves and criminals.


...are you trying to say that most Greek Cypriots, are thieves, and criminals?

"Greeks", and "Turks" may be the same, in many ways, Cypriots, are not "them".

...in any case, Cypriots represent about (read: more than) half the voting public, anyway you cut it.

You are lost in your own stupid and meaningless definitions, old boy... :lol:

says xerodjeaholebothga. on your bike boy

Bike? No thanks, kuz.

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Re: Turkish thieves in Denia

Postby Lordo » Sat Jun 22, 2019 9:42 pm

rah shillasiyerga bou ebiyes dje hahiges?
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Re: Turkish thieves in Denia

Postby kurupetos » Mon Jun 24, 2019 3:46 pm

Lordo wrote:rah shillasiyerga bou ebiyes dje hahiges?

My wife has restricted my internet access... :cry:
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Re: Turkish thieves in Denia

Postby Maximus » Tue Dec 24, 2019 4:26 am

Denia village on Monday reported to the UN and the government the entry into the buffer zone of farmers from the north who started cultivating land which Greek Cypriots are using.

“We spoke to them, we notified the UN that asked them to leave,”, adding however that as soon as the peacekeepers left, they returned, this time escorted by Turkish soldiers and continued to work.

Imagine how low your IQ must be to comment with something like this when "your" creating the tensions and thieving at gunpoint.

MrH : 1963 all over again. Face it, we cannot live together. Build a wall and go your own ways.


Mighty_menace : If the Greeks can do farming in the Buffer Zone then why can't the Turks? Is it discrimination?


tengri : What's good for the goose is good for the gander. You must learn to share the buffer zone.


https://cyprus-mail.com/2019/12/23/new- ... -farmland/

Invading, occupation and stealing from others is equal opportunity and sharing in their warped world.
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