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Postby Lordo » Mon Jul 01, 2019 10:24 am

there you have ti folks chavusoglu and anastadsiades agreed to work towards a two state solution.

https://cyprus-mail.com/2019/06/19/anastasiades-promised-cavusoglu-to-work-for-two-state-solution-columnist-claims/
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Re: two state solution

Postby Maximus » Mon Jul 01, 2019 2:05 pm

The source is not credible and the information was disseminated by a rag that also has "questionable" credentials.

I would throw a lot of caution to the wind.
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Re: two state solution

Postby Maximus » Mon Jul 01, 2019 2:10 pm

Kutay said he would repeat something he had written on June 3 titled ‘Behind the scenes of the two-state solution under the framework of the EU’, which he said has not yet been refuted by anyone.


The "opinion piece" must be true because it has not yet been refuted by anyone.
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Re: two state solution

Postby repulsewarrior » Mon Jul 01, 2019 4:39 pm

...let's be serious. Turkey cannot meet the criteria to become a member of the EU, can anyone honestly think that a so-called country like the TRNC has a better chance?

...what has the regime in the occupied north done to demonstrate any effort into "becoming" European, other than wanting to?

...the less said, the better.
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Re: two state solution

Postby Maximus » Mon Jul 01, 2019 4:45 pm

Absolutely right RW.

its completely false to think that the occupied part of Cyprus can automatically qualify their illegitimate state to become a member of the EU because the RoC is a member.

its face palm worthy thinking.

Wouldnt the TC just let it be used by Turkey as a back door in to European 'rights' anyway?
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Re: two state solution

Postby Lordo » Tue Jul 02, 2019 1:50 pm

Maximus wrote:Absolutely right RW.

its completely false to think that the occupied part of Cyprus can automatically qualify their illegitimate state to become a member of the EU because the RoC is a member.

its face palm worthy thinking.

Wouldnt the TC just let it be used by Turkey as a back door in to European 'rights' anyway?

there is an old terggish saying. hirsiz hirzilikdan korkar. a thief is scared of thievery. the fact is anastasiades is after this and so is chavushoglu. the only people against this is akinci and akel. notice they both have ak in their name. i wonder if that is a coincidence or a specail message.

i got news from you sunshine. tcs will do first of all what is good for tcs and then cyprus and then eu in that order. unless terggy is in the eu they will not see the benefit of tcs.
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Re: two state solution

Postby Maximus » Tue Jul 02, 2019 2:16 pm

we know what you and the Tc at large are about Lordo,

Any chance you can present something credible to support the 'fact' that Stassi is seeking a two state solution?
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Re: two state solution

Postby Lordo » Tue Jul 02, 2019 10:23 pm

Maximus wrote:we know what you and the Tc at large are about Lordo,

Any chance you can present something credible to support the 'fact' that Stassi is seeking a two state solution?

don't you worry your little head now, you will be the last to know. why do you suppose he met with chavusoglu and ozersay to play tiddly-winks. you stupid boy

what has been saying recently again, he would like looser fedreation. what the hell does that mean you idiot. you don't even understand what you are hearing from the horse's mouth and bot has he been looking like a donkey recently.
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Re: two state solution

Postby Maximus » Wed Jul 03, 2019 2:42 am

So you got nothing,

I told you before, the “trnc” will find it very difficult to make it past 2-3 generations.

Next time you open those African education books, you should study Mandela and de Klerk and how they abolished apartheid in South Africa and why de Klerk had to do a complete 180 on his policies and beliefs. Apartheid in South Africa lasted about 50 years.

De Klerk came to Cyprus to give consultations. Did you know that?

Your side needs a de Klerk because you ain’t no Nelson I tell you. :roll:

Or do you prefer learning from wild animals? I can send you a link to A National Geographic Africa special documentary if you want.
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Re: two state solution

Postby repulsewarrior » Wed Jul 03, 2019 5:55 am

...and what does a "loose federation" mean; a less clear separation of power?

...let's not forget that Turkey cannot afford a Cyprus divided. A Cyprus divided, means a Turkey divided. Indeed, with its own Constituencies, beside the Turks, the Kurds, and the Alevi, especially, it has for them much Hope if as Cypriots, Cypriots join having respect for each other; also, as Persons. Such a National issue resolved this way, the Cyprus Problem ended, and in Turkey, could propel Erdogan to the status of Hero worldwide, with the recognition of Cypriots, as Cypriots first. As much as it would help Cyprus, and its socio-economic condition, this Peace, (an end to this War), it would do that much more for Turkey's prosperity and esteem.

...what of the "Cypriot Turks", because it is they (and not the Turkish Cypriots) who will feel betrayed? Like the "Greeks", in Cyprus, if Cypriots hold the Agenda as a Government, Turkey as an ally, there is no need for their extremes, only their own tolerance having Freedom as Cypriots, and as Cypriots their Liberty; such as it is: after decades, "they" have failed.

...where the wounds ''they'' make will heal, it is because the toxic affect of ''this'' exclusivity is now known.
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