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Re: elections in the illegally occupied territories

Postby miltiades » Mon Jan 24, 2022 3:30 pm

The Turkish Cypriots must love the ....dark site, thousands are working in the ....dark !!.
I have always believed that those wanting to be part of Turkey or Greece should fuck off to their respective motherland and leave the indigenous Cypriots alone. By the way this is another prediction. Turkey will depart from Cyprus when the
T/Cs tell her to fuck off. :x
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Re: elections in the illegally occupied territories

Postby Lordo » Mon Jan 24, 2022 6:22 pm

miltiades wrote:The Turkish Cypriots must love the ....dark site, thousands are working in the ....dark !!.
I have always believed that those wanting to be part of Turkey or Greece should fuck off to their respective motherland and leave the indigenous Cypriots alone. By the way this is another prediction. Turkey will depart from Cyprus when the
T/Cs tell her to fuck off. :x

Unfortunately not all TCs can speak with one voice and even if they did, Turkey will not leave. Not unless there is an agreement so she has no excuses. Even then it will not be easy.

No Agreeman no Leave. That's for sure.
The only good news is the ultra fascists have not gained any extra seats, they are still at 2 seats.

Dengtash Junior and Ozersay have 3 each. CTP has 18 and UBP has 24.

So on with the same.
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Re: elections in the illegally occupied territories

Postby Pyrpolizer » Mon Jan 24, 2022 7:43 pm

58% abstained from voting!!
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Re: elections in the illegally occupied territories

Postby repulsewarrior » Mon Jan 24, 2022 8:06 pm

...it is what it is, the island's people no matter how it is counted split roughly in half between the "Greeks" or "Turks", and their respective counterparts.

Bear in mind that only the Greeks and Turks can unite, given the different perspectives that exist in this political frontier, "being" Cypriot as well.

...in the meantime Tufan, as an opposition, may find the growth in his numbers are far more profound as support (against "Turkishness") than they reveal; let's not forget the electorate that did not vote is sizable, indeed for many of them the change they want is radical.

Labour, you may recall is a powerful force which may demonstrate (once again) themselves to be the vanguard, of such radical change where Cypriots, as Cypriots, find representation, enosis if you will but with a Cypriot definition.

...picnics, beaches, and bbq's go so well together don't you think? Tatar (read: Erdogan) may go too far; Cypriots may have parties too.
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Re: elections in the illegally occupied territories

Postby Lordo » Mon Jan 24, 2022 8:44 pm

Pyrpolizer wrote:58% abstained from voting!!

Nooooooooo
57.62% was the vote.
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Re: elections in the illegally occupied territories

Postby Lordo » Mon Jan 24, 2022 8:50 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:...it is what it is, the island's people no matter how it is counted split roughly in half between the "Greeks" or "Turks", and their respective counterparts.

Bear in mind that only the Greeks and Turks can unite, given the different perspectives that exist in this political frontier, "being" Cypriot as well.

...in the meantime Tufan, as an opposition, may find the growth in his numbers are far more profound as support (against "Turkishness") than they reveal; let's not forget the electorate that did not vote is sizable, indeed for many of them the change they want is radical.

Labour, you may recall is a powerful force which may demonstrate (once again) themselves to be the vanguard, of such radical change where Cypriots, as Cypriots, find representation, enosis if you will but with a Cypriot definition.

...picnics, beaches, and bbq's go so well together don't you think? Tatar (read: Erdogan) may go too far; Cypriots may have parties too.

Unfortunately the reason for the boycot was because Tufan has done a Christofias on them and has stopped being progressive.

He just stays silent no matter what Turkey gets upto.

The sadest part was there was a rumour that they brought 10,000 Turks over that have TRNC citizenship and have left the island back to Turkey. People believed it and we can see the result. If they had done that Arikli's vote would have gone through the roof, as it has not changed the number of MPs for them despite the low turnout, clearly it was just a rumour and certainly did not materialise. I suppose it is possible that it did actually happen but it does not look like they favouvared any particular party.

Infact UBP had half the votes they had during the Presidential election.

An opporotunity missed I am afraid.
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Re: elections in the illegally occupied territories

Postby Pyrpolizer » Mon Jan 24, 2022 9:42 pm

Lordo wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:58% abstained from voting!!

Nooooooooo
57.62% was the vote.


LOL. Never trust wife to tell you the news. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: elections in the illegally occupied territories

Postby Lordo » Mon Jan 24, 2022 10:10 pm

If you had listen to this song in the 70s you would not fall into the trap.

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Re: elections in the illegally occupied territories

Postby Lordo » Thu Jan 27, 2022 11:50 pm

A good friend of mine walked into the polling station on Sunday and approached an election supervisor handing out ballot papers. He was offered a ballot paper and he refused to take it. The officer asked him if he wanted to vote and he replied no.

He was then asked why was he at the polling station if he is not going to vote and he replied I want get back my vote I gave you last time.
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Re: elections in the illegally occupied territories

Postby repulsewarrior » Mon Jan 31, 2022 6:21 pm

https://cyprus-mail.com/2022/01/30/nort ... 5714286128

“We can say that there were roughly three blocks in the elections, and they were all focused on the economy,” said Hamit. “But they all offered different solutions.”

...having won, Tatar may get his handouts, selling Famagusta in the process. And with everything sold, no water, no electricity, no airport, and now no beaches, what more can he sell of his birthright to be a proud "Turk" instead?

As i said before, such betrayal does not go unnoticed. And even in his own community, where half of them at least, see him as a traitor; fools are they if they do no more than not vote.

...this, the hunger, has just begun, two years to the next election, and less than that to Turkey's Centennial. I will be very surprised therefore, if the half that is Turkish and Cypriot are not swayed to speak for themselves in the mean time. Indeed, it is not hard for me to believe that Greeks will join them, if it is against the "Turkishness" (and "Greekness") darkening all their doors as Cypriots. Such acts, as actions in unity, would have a significant meaning, not so easily ignored by "Them".
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