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Re: ...Akinci ahead at the polls.

Postby Lordo » Mon Nov 04, 2019 7:07 pm

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Lordo wrote:you isalittle behind the times you stupid boy.

Resolution 2483

The Security Council requested through Resolution 2483, last July, that the Secretary-General submits his report on his Good Offices Mission by November 15. The two Cyprus leaders have already submitted the written updates which the Security Council asked to be included in the Good Offices report.

Paragraph 15 of the resolution adopted last July says that the Security Council requests the Secretary-General to submit by 15 November 2019 a report on his Good Offices, in particular on progress towards reaching a consensus starting point for meaningful results-oriented negotiations leading to a settlement.


now roll it up
griis it up
shove it up.


What you quoted is totally irrelevant. Where are Akinci's demands in that??? Are you just trolling, or is your IQ really that low?

in particular on progress towards reaching a consensus starting point for meaningful results-oriented negotiations leading to a settlement.

you telling me akinci never said that. where have you been you stupid hermit, in a fakin cave.


get out boy, you will not be missed. have you read anything akinci have said for the ast 2 years.

have you grissed it yet.
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Re: ...Akinci ahead at the polls.

Postby Sotos » Mon Nov 04, 2019 11:45 pm

:lol: And who said that the negations should not be meaningful, results-oriented etc? What would be the point otherwise?

When you say " wording of un resolution repeating word for word what akinci is demanding" you make it sound as if UN Security Council adopted the Turkish position on the solution of the Cyprus Problem.
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Re: ...Akinci ahead at the polls.

Postby Lordo » Tue Nov 05, 2019 12:31 am

Sotos wrote::lol: And who said that the negations should not be meaningful, results-oriented etc? What would be the point otherwise?

When you say " wording of un resolution repeating word for word what akinci is demanding" you make it sound as if UN Security Council adopted the Turkish position on the solution of the Cyprus Problem.

i aint saying nothing fool the un and akinci are saying it.

you are asking what woud be the point of the talks if they were not results orientated. what the hell has been going on for the last 50,000 years. crawl back to where you came from boy.

oh and just before you do that here is akinci saying it. when did anastasiades ever use such words. all he wants to do is talk.
https://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/talktojazeera/2018/03/akinci-greek-cypriots-talk-action-reunification-180329094015316.html
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Re: ...Akinci ahead at the polls.

Postby Sotos » Tue Nov 05, 2019 1:12 am

Obviously Akinci would blame our side. No surprises there!

The only reason there has not been a solution so far are the disproportionately large shares of everything (land, coastline, power, etc) that you demand on our expense. If Akinci wants results he can simply accept our very generous offers to his 18% minority, instead of expecting us to accept his unreasonable terms which he is trying to impose by collaborating with Turkey to keep our land under illegal occupation and having Turkey blackmail and threaten us.
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Re: ...Akinci ahead at the polls.

Postby repulsewarrior » Tue Nov 05, 2019 5:04 am

...indeed, if those "Turkish" in the occupied territories were sincere, offering the return of more than half the land and sea coast would not be an unreasonable offer to start from. As such, it would be easier to defend themselves (from "others"), culturally speaking as well.

...Akinci is nothing, if he is not Cypriot. And as a "Turk", he has only been abused. Let's not forget who he won against and what that represented. One can expect him in this position to resign, and if not, resist with acts that demonstrate the courage his voters expected of him when he was elected. In any case, polls say he would win outright if elections were held today, despite the overwhelming opposition he faces in his own "Legislature".

...what are the dreams, of those against his insistence that a Federal Government is the way to secure their existence and identity, is fantasy. The voters know that. For the most part it is not even possible because their regime does not have the capacity. Either in terms of their own administration, or the demands of being an EU member, with EU currency, they are not "a country".
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Re: ...Akinci ahead at the polls.

Postby Lordo » Tue Nov 05, 2019 11:45 am

Sotos wrote:Obviously Akinci would blame our side. No surprises there!

The only reason there has not been a solution so far are the disproportionately large shares of everything (land, coastline, power, etc) that you demand on our expense. If Akinci wants results he can simply accept our very generous offers to his 18% minority, instead of expecting us to accept his unreasonable terms which he is trying to impose by collaborating with Turkey to keep our land under illegal occupation and having Turkey blackmail and threaten us.

no you stupid kant. show mw a single report whre anastasiades has used such words. as to the deal, what fakin generous offeres you idiot? it makes no fakin difference what it is. get an agreement and put it to the people. if it is unfair to one side or the other the side feeling cheated will refuse the agreement. it will at least come to a conclusion.

god you are so fakin dense. lets hope not all gcs are like you.
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Re: ...Akinci ahead at the polls.

Postby Lordo » Tue Nov 05, 2019 11:49 am

repulsewarrior wrote:...indeed, if those "Turkish" in the occupied territories were sincere, offering the return of more than half the land and sea coast would not be an unreasonable offer to start from. As such, it would be easier to defend themselves (from "others"), culturally speaking as well.

...Akinci is nothing, if he is not Cypriot. And as a "Turk", he has only been abused. Let's not forget who he won against and what that represented. One can expect him in this position to resign, and if not, resist with acts that demonstrate the courage his voters expected of him when he was elected. In any case, polls say he would win outright if elections were held today, despite the overwhelming opposition he faces in his own "Legislature".

...what are the dreams, of those against his insistence that a Federal Government is the way to secure their existence and identity, is fantasy. The voters know that. For the most part it is not even possible because their regime does not have the capacity. Either in terms of their own administration, or the demands of being an EU member, with EU currency, they are not "a country".

fakin hell rw have you just woken up. of course they are not, they have had embargoes for 50 fakin years man. what the hell is the matter with you. it will take a hell of a lot of aid to get the tcs to be an eu country, not that griis or groc are, cause they are no better than trnc in many respects. they just do have not had the embardoes for the last 50 fakin years.

as power, it is called democracy rw, the president has less power in the north becasue it is a parliamentary system just like the uk. where as groc is not. it is a presidential system. so fakin what, everybody to their own.
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Re: ...Akinci ahead at the polls.

Postby Pyrpolizer » Tue Nov 05, 2019 5:26 pm

You mean they imposed embargoes on themselves when your geniuses decided in 1985(?) together with the declaration of the pseudo to throw away the RoC seals they were using for doing exports. Right?
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Re: ...Akinci ahead at the polls.

Postby repulsewarrior » Tue Nov 05, 2019 5:31 pm

Lordo, this regime is not capable of collecting electricity bills, it can't stop shit from flowing into Kyrenia harbour, it can't maintain let alone supply drinking water to its citizens; both regimes, in Cyprus, can be accused of corruption, but with the "help" of so much more powerful Turkey, the most that can be said about the regime in the occupied north is, it makes "Turks" rich.

...for the rest of you (read: us), those not "Turkish", there is the same subjugation as other Cypriots; think about it. Akinci is not a good "Turk" according to "Turks", because of his ambiguous position. If he is to to have a Legacy having any credibility, this necessarily must change. If there is someone in a position to speak of a Cyprus for Cypriots, Greek and Turkish, an open and inclusive society which can offer to all its Persons the same recognition and respect, it is him. He will do more than expose himself to the criticism of those who will call him a traitor, he will have the support of all Cypriots representing them, not ''them''.
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Re: ...Akinci ahead at the polls.

Postby Lordo » Tue Nov 05, 2019 5:52 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:Lordo, this regime is not capable of collecting electricity bills, it can't stop shit from flowing into Kyrenia harbour, it can't maintain let alone supply drinking water to its citizens; both regimes, in Cyprus, can be accused of corruption, but with the "help" of so much more powerful Turkey, the most that can be said about the regime in the occupied north is, it makes "Turks" rich.

...for the rest of you (read: us), those not "Turkish", there is the same subjugation as other Cypriots; think about it. Akinci is not a good "Turk" according to "Turks", because of his ambiguous position. If he is to to have a Legacy having any credibility, this necessarily must change. If there is someone in a position to speak of a Cyprus for Cypriots, Greek and Turkish, an open and inclusive society which can offer to all its Persons the same recognition and respect, it is him. He will do more than expose himself to the criticism of those who will call him a traitor, he will have the support of all Cypriots representing them, not ''them''.

rw terggish cypriots have been under embargo with no aid and no investment for over 50 years. all the aid that came to roc in the 60s and 70s all went to gcs.

what do you expect.

wake up ffs.
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