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Re: Milk Dad

Postby Lordo » Mon Sep 06, 2021 6:51 pm

Maximus wrote:waste of time, you brainwashed crack head.

I can only feel sorry for your lack of education.

You divided 1500 by 450 and got 8 times and your friend got 20 times.

I mean what the hell maaaaaaan

it aint rocket science is it?
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Re: Milk Dad

Postby repulsewarrior » Mon Sep 06, 2021 7:50 pm

...sadly, the Heroes that are this topic's subject have already been dismissed, ignored and forgotten. Sadly the Heroes of "Greekness", and "Turkishness" continues as the norm.

Indeed it appears as though Max may have bought into "Their" narrative be it "Turkish" or "Greek" (just the same). It's as though Cypriots don't count and that they don't exist until "They" get round to defining what this word may mean.

(Regretfully, dear friend, i am apt to say, you take "sides" just like Max; you are still fighting each other as a "Greek" and as a "Turk".)

...i get your point though, Lordo, let's reason, let's not exaggerate.
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Re: Milk Dad

Postby Lordo » Mon Sep 06, 2021 7:54 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:...sadly, the Heroes that are this topic's subject have already been dismissed, ignored and forgotten. Sadly the Heroes of "Greekness", and "Turkishness" continues as the norm.

Indeed it appears as though Max may have bought into "Their" narrative be it "Turkish" or "Greek" (just the same). It's as though Cypriots don't count and that they don't exist until "They" get round to defining what this word may mean.

(Regretfully, dear friend, i am apt to say, you take "sides" just like Max; you are still fighting each other as a "Greek" and as a "Turk".)

...i get your point though, Lordo, let's reason, let's not exaggerate.

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Re: Milk Dad

Postby Lordo » Mon Sep 06, 2021 7:56 pm

There was anoth incident in 1964 where a man and a friend went out of their enclave to buy milk for a vhild and never returned. About a year or so ago they were dug burried with their car.

Some people are very cruel.
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Re: Milk Dad

Postby Maximus » Mon Sep 06, 2021 8:29 pm

Lordo wrote:
Maximus wrote:waste of time, you brainwashed crack head.

I can only feel sorry for your lack of education.

You divided 1500 by 450 and got 8 times and your friend got 20 times.

I mean what the hell maaaaaaan

it aint rocket science is it?


The hell are you talking about you plonker

The northern part of Cyprus was very much more valuable than the southern part of the island at that time.

we are not just talking about the quantity of property that was gained by the TC's off the back of the GC's.

Furthermore, your point is really quite irrelevant in the grand scheme of things. :roll:

You are like; arguing whether the TC's stole 6x more than what they left behind, instead of an exaggerated 20x. As if thats better..... :? blooming idiot.

Waste of time, put the dummy back in your mouth and go to bed will you.
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Re: Milk Dad

Postby Maximus » Mon Sep 06, 2021 8:31 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:...sadly, the Heroes that are this topic's subject have already been dismissed, ignored and forgotten. Sadly the Heroes of "Greekness", and "Turkishness" continues as the norm.

Indeed it appears as though Max may have bought into "Their" narrative be it "Turkish" or "Greek" (just the same). It's as though Cypriots don't count and that they don't exist until "They" get round to defining what this word may mean.

(Regretfully, dear friend, i am apt to say, you take "sides" just like Max; you are still fighting each other as a "Greek" and as a "Turk".)

...i get your point though, Lordo, let's reason, let's not exaggerate.


we all take sides, you dont?

I just try to take the right side.
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Re: Milk Dad

Postby Lordo » Mon Sep 06, 2021 8:44 pm

Maximus wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:...sadly, the Heroes that are this topic's subject have already been dismissed, ignored and forgotten. Sadly the Heroes of "Greekness", and "Turkishness" continues as the norm.

Indeed it appears as though Max may have bought into "Their" narrative be it "Turkish" or "Greek" (just the same). It's as though Cypriots don't count and that they don't exist until "They" get round to defining what this word may mean.

(Regretfully, dear friend, i am apt to say, you take "sides" just like Max; you are still fighting each other as a "Greek" and as a "Turk".)

...i get your point though, Lordo, let's reason, let's not exaggerate.


we all take sides, you dont?

I just try to take the right side.

I don't take sides. There is only one side and that is the Cypriot side. Why exaggerate simple well know figures. We do have fanatics within each community and we have to call them out.

When did I ever say a single compimentary word about Dengtashm Eroglu or Tatar?
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Re: Milk Dad

Postby Pyrpolizer » Mon Sep 06, 2021 10:00 pm

Here's the data for the ignorant one:
Note the TCs owned 9.7% of Cyprus' land in the now free areas compared to 16.2% in the now occupied areas. Therefore in reality the TCs left behind only 1/3rd of their total properties.
Secondly 70% of all economic activity in 1974 was at the now occupied areas. Larnaca, limassol and Paphos were nothing then. Hence the price of land in the now occupied areas was the most expensive
Thirdly I was talking for 1974 prices.
How much was the selling price of your agricultural land at Softalar Lordo in 1974? 10-20 CYP per donum? (about 20-40 Euros)
Today it ranges from 10K to 35K (Euros) per donum depending how far away is from the sea.

The data is right in front of you.Do the calculations and tell me if it's not exactly as I said.
5 times less in area, 20 times less in value.




1974 shares of properties (area-wise)

Free areas:
GC:59,8 %
TC: 9,7%
State: 27,2%
Other: %3,3
Total: 100%

Occupied Areas

GC:58,2 %
TC:16,2 %
State: 22,8%
Other: 2,8%
Total:100 %

1974 shares of properties (value -wise)

Free areas

GC:82.4 %
TC:4,2 %
State: 6,1%
Other: 7,3%
Total:100 %

Occupied areas

GC:79.1 %
TC:8,5 %
State: 8,4%
Other: 4,0%
Total:100 %



Average price of land in 1974 in CYPounds per scala
Free areas

GC:663
TC:206
State: 104
Other: 1547
Total:481 (average)

Average price of land in 1974 in CYPounds per scala
Occupied areas

GC:1346
TC:519
State: 363
Other: 1432
Total:990 (average)




NUMBER OF SCALAS OF LAND (1 Scala=0.33 acres=0.1338 Hectares)
CYPRUS
GC 4,182,967
TC 852,455
State 1,847,820
Other 32,150
Total 6,915,392

OCCUPIED
GC 1,460,643
TC 379,146
State 559,602
Other 5,935
Total 2,405,326

FREE AREAS
GC 2,722,324
TC 473,309
State 1,288,218
Other 26,215
Total 4,510,066

CYPRUS
GC 60.49%
TC 12.33%
State 26.72%
Other 0.46%
Total 100.00%

OCCUPIED
GC 60.73%
TC 15.76%
State 23.27%
Other 0.25%
Total 100.00%

FREE AREAS
GC 60.36%
TC 10.49%
State 28.56%
Other 0.58%
Total 100.00%



Values of lands in 1974 per scala Billions worth as per 1974 prices

OCCUPIED
GC £ 1,346
TC £ 519
State £ 363
Other £ 1,432
Total £ 990

FREE AREAS
GC £ 663
TC £ 206
State £ 104
Other £ 1,547
Total £ 481

CYPRUS
GC 3.77
TC 0.29
State 0.34
Other 0.05
Total 4.55

UCCUPIED
GC 1.97
TC 0.2
State 0.2
Other 0.01
Total 2.38

FREE AR TOTAL
GC 1.8
TC 0.1
State 0.13
Other 0.04
Total 2.17



Percentage value wise:

TOTAL CY
GC 82.87%
TC 6.47%
State 7.41%
Other 1.08%
Total 100.00%

OCCUPIED
GC 82.56%
TC 8.26%
State 8.53%
Other 0.36%
Total 100.00%

FREE AREAS
GC 83.20%
TC 4.49%
State 6.18%
Other 1.87%
Total 100.00%



Notes:

1 Acre=4045.54 m2
1 Scala=1335.03 m2=approx 1 donum
1 Hectar= 9977.80 m2
1 Donum=1338 m2
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Re: Milk Dad

Postby Pyrpolizer » Mon Sep 06, 2021 10:14 pm

also last post here
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Re: Milk Dad

Postby Pyrpolizer » Mon Sep 06, 2021 10:28 pm

Lordo wrote:I don't take sides. There is only one side and that is the Cypriot side. Why exaggerate simple well know figures. We do have fanatics within each community and we have to call them out.

When did I ever say a single compimentary word about Dengtashm Eroglu or Tatar?


I knew that dumbass!
But you often come across as a bit of brainwashed.
That's the reason I wanted to shake you a little. :wink:
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