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Re: The RoC's election for President begins

Postby Paphitis » Thu Jan 26, 2023 2:44 am

Pyrpolizer wrote:
Zenon33 wrote:Christodoulidis will win. So it's basically Anastasiades third term.


No Anastasiades was a known crook before he was elected. Christodoulides has nothing against him, looks very honest, and I am sure he will do much better work, and given the chance with a pro unification TC leader he will solve the Cy Prob too. He is convincing, modern and humble.
It's no coincidence he currently gets 2.5 times more votes in polls compared to Averof or Mavroyiannis.

He also broke the tradition of having party leaders becoming Presidents. It's clear to me that people don't trust the political parties anymore. The one and only non party leader who became President was Vasiliou, and he proved to be the best so far.


Nicos Anastasiades is the one that recognized Christodoulides as an upcomming talent and Nicos did Cyprus a massive favour by creating and helping Christodoulies develop and kickstart his career where he can become most effective for the RoC.

However, Christodoulides does face some challenges from that Googley eyed imbecile who has the backing of DISY. That googley eyed dimwit will be an international embarrassment. How he can interact with world leaders on the global stage is anyone's guess but it will not be pretty. Whereas, Chritdoulides will mix well with the big punchers onn the international stage and is exactly the kind of image Cyprus needs to propagate.

Christodoulides will win if he manages to fracture a big chunk of the DISY supporter base. He should be able to as most people will actually think before voting, but there are also many DISY supporters who will just vote for the party.

Christodoulides is still DISY. He just had to resign because that dimwit had the numbers within the party, however, namy DISY voters will go with Christodoulides still. And Christodoulides should get many of the DIKO and EDEK voters bases as well.

AKEL supporters should be looking for cheap airfares to Mother Ruzzia. One way. They will find happiness in their utopia and live their Orwellian lives out.

I mean seriously. Is there any greater embarrassment than AKEL for Cyprus? It's like they haven't left the 1970s and want to cling on to failed and defeated ideologies which are detached from reality.

The youth want free thinking and be free spirited liberalism. Thdy are the future bitches. And our youth want to be with Western Europe and the collective west because Cypriot Youth would rather be in those societies and potentially take advantage of education and employment opportunities there. Places like New York, LA, Boston, Philly, and Connecticut, London, Paris, Sydney and Tokyo. The youth don't want Ruzzia or Moscow.

That's because they can be who they want to be and will be affforded free licence to be who they are and develop themselves without judgement.

We all want wants best for a youth, don't we?
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Re: The RoC's election for President begins

Postby Paphitis » Thu Jan 26, 2023 3:01 am

With IT and travel, the world has become a tiny village, from new York to London. Paris to Sydney and so on.

But we still have a few Ruzzian village idiots who everyone makes fun of in the Kafeneio whilst sipping a metrio, playing the Komboiloi and tavli. :lol:

But our youth are smart. Free spiritied and forward thinking. They want to live their lives in peace and they want the world to be their little oyster and experience Western Europe and Merika and other countries as well. We are all the same literally and have the same thinking. They have free license to be artists, musicians, get degrees and specialist fields, in Science and Technology just to name a few.

They are also able to marry foreigners. It's no longer taboo bitches. It's wonderful that most countries are partners today and we all look out for each other.

Christodoulides is the future and once he is in power, he will open Cyprus up to the youth. It's time for the idiots to move to the side. He will do to Cyprus and inspire Cypriots like Zalensky has inspired and united Ukraine (perhaps the greatest leader in the last 100 years).
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Re: The RoC's election for President begins

Postby Pyrpolizer » Fri Jan 27, 2023 11:25 pm

Zenon33 wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:
Zenon33 wrote:Christodoulidis will win. So it's basically Anastasiades third term.


No Anastasiades was a known crook before he was elected. Christodoulides has nothing against him, looks very honest, and I am sure he will do much better work, and given the chance with a pro unification TC leader he will solve the Cy Prob too. He is convincing, modern and humble.
It's no coincidence he currently gets 2.5 times more votes in polls compared to Averof or Mavroyiannis.

He also broke the tradition of having party leaders becoming Presidents. It's clear to me that people don't trust the political parties anymore. The one and only non party leader who became President was Vasiliou, and he proved to be the best so far.





Of course Chris is the far better choise, and he'll win easily (i hope so).
Anastasiades is no perfect, but his administration wasn't so bad. He took the job afer AKEL's disaster.


No, he took the job after the BANKS disaster, which after the implementation of the Euro, were only accountable to, and controlled by, the European Central Bank. The disaster was the full responsibility and fault of the European Central Bank!! Christofias fault was limited to the fact that he exhausted the state funds. However he had already borrowed 2b from Russia, which were enough until the next Presidency. Look how fast Anastasiades paid back the Russian loan after the 2013 crisis, and at the same time managed the state funds. Everybody could do that with some tidying up, since the state funds wasn't THE problem.

THE problem were the BANKS. And the disaster would occur either the state had enough funds or not.
Up until today though, nobody knows how the Banks problem surfaced immediately after Anastasiades took over.

As for the Cyprus problem look where he brought us..
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Re: The RoC's election for President begins

Postby Paphitis » Mon Jan 30, 2023 1:49 am

Pyrpolizer wrote:
Zenon33 wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:
Zenon33 wrote:Christodoulidis will win. So it's basically Anastasiades third term.


No Anastasiades was a known crook before he was elected. Christodoulides has nothing against him, looks very honest, and I am sure he will do much better work, and given the chance with a pro unification TC leader he will solve the Cy Prob too. He is convincing, modern and humble.
It's no coincidence he currently gets 2.5 times more votes in polls compared to Averof or Mavroyiannis.

He also broke the tradition of having party leaders becoming Presidents. It's clear to me that people don't trust the political parties anymore. The one and only non party leader who became President was Vasiliou, and he proved to be the best so far.





Of course Chris is the far better choise, and he'll win easily (i hope so).
Anastasiades is no perfect, but his administration wasn't so bad. He took the job afer AKEL's disaster.


No, he took the job after the BANKS disaster, which after the implementation of the Euro, were only accountable to, and controlled by, the European Central Bank. The disaster was the full responsibility and fault of the European Central Bank!! Christofias fault was limited to the fact that he exhausted the state funds. However he had already borrowed 2b from Russia, which were enough until the next Presidency. Look how fast Anastasiades paid back the Russian loan after the 2013 crisis, and at the same time managed the state funds. Everybody could do that with some tidying up, since the state funds wasn't THE problem.

THE problem were the BANKS. And the disaster would occur either the state had enough funds or not.
Up until today though, nobody knows how the Banks problem surfaced immediately after Anastasiades took over.

As for the Cyprus problem look where he brought us..


Oh yes its the Banks but what usually is the case is that the Banks operate under the fiscal policies set out by the Federal Reserve and under Government legislation so yeh, the Government is at fault. The buck always stops with the Government as the Government must guarantee deposits by the general public up to a pre determined value per account - usually 100K. And given the fact that the Banking system is fractional, its the Government's responsibility to keep very tight controil over everything.

Basically sunshine, it was Ruzzia that fucked Cyprus right up with the Billions of Ruzzian criminal banking acftivity.

The Ruzzians would wire Billions through the Cyprus Banking system, without Cyprus having the reserves to support the deposits. Hence, when there is a run on the Banks, the Banking sector falls apart.

You bought it all upon yourselves.

Now here is one for you. Hopw come it never happened elsewhere like the US, Western Europe, Canada or Australia. We had a credit crunch but in the end it was all controlled and handled well. You lot though had to pimp out your bums. :lol:
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Re: The RoC's election for President begins

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu Feb 02, 2023 4:49 am



...the last debate.
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Re: The RoC's election for President begins

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Feb 04, 2023 9:40 pm

https://cyprus-mail.com/2023/02/03/pres ... iew-video/

...the video is very interesting.

(my comment to it:)

...and here it is, the most inconvenient truth; the shameful truth: Cypriots as Individuals do not have political representation, it having been usurped from them by the "Greeks" and "Turks" among them who have far less interest in such Basic Human Rights based on Universal Principles.

While Cypriots can be identified as Persons with their own distinct identities, they are no different in their desire for Freedom, and for Liberty; torn apart as they are has provided neither.

...indeed, with such "Leadership", the People in effect must speak for themselves. As it appears, such leadership that we have only want power, and as it is they have only to win "their" constituency for that.

Enosis, dare i say it: what Cypriots need; to take back that word from "them" and to give it a Cypriot meaning.

...under the flag "they" treat as a rag, the Flag of Cyprus, it is not hard for me to imagine Cypriots, Greek and Turkish, gathered together peacefully, on their beaches and on their streets.
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Re: The RoC's election for President begins

Postby Lordo » Sat Feb 04, 2023 9:48 pm

So no change there than. All three are following Ansatsiades's line of "Turkey's indifference is solely to blame for the disaster on no peace in Cyprus".

Gawd help us all. Another 5 years is gone.
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Re: The RoC's election for President begins

Postby repulsewarrior » Mon Feb 06, 2023 4:25 am

https://apnews.com/article/russia-ukrai ... 9a4e80d2b6

...going to a runoff.

...i include this video because it provides results in detail

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ju9Zh-t01ME
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Re: The RoC's election for President begins

Postby Zenon33 » Mon Feb 06, 2023 4:47 pm

This is the same as 2018 election.
Christodoulides will take the runoff easily.
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Re: The RoC's election for President begins

Postby Pyrpolizer » Mon Feb 06, 2023 7:13 pm

Paphitis wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:
Zenon33 wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:
Zenon33 wrote:Christodoulidis will win. So it's basically Anastasiades third term.


No Anastasiades was a known crook before he was elected. Christodoulides has nothing against him, looks very honest, and I am sure he will do much better work, and given the chance with a pro unification TC leader he will solve the Cy Prob too. He is convincing, modern and humble.
It's no coincidence he currently gets 2.5 times more votes in polls compared to Averof or Mavroyiannis.

He also broke the tradition of having party leaders becoming Presidents. It's clear to me that people don't trust the political parties anymore. The one and only non party leader who became President was Vasiliou, and he proved to be the best so far.





Of course Chris is the far better choise, and he'll win easily (i hope so).
Anastasiades is no perfect, but his administration wasn't so bad. He took the job afer AKEL's disaster.


No, he took the job after the BANKS disaster, which after the implementation of the Euro, were only accountable to, and controlled by, the European Central Bank. The disaster was the full responsibility and fault of the European Central Bank!! Christofias fault was limited to the fact that he exhausted the state funds. However he had already borrowed 2b from Russia, which were enough until the next Presidency. Look how fast Anastasiades paid back the Russian loan after the 2013 crisis, and at the same time managed the state funds. Everybody could do that with some tidying up, since the state funds wasn't THE problem.

THE problem were the BANKS. And the disaster would occur either the state had enough funds or not.
Up until today though, nobody knows how the Banks problem surfaced immediately after Anastasiades took over.

As for the Cyprus problem look where he brought us..


Oh yes its the Banks but what usually is the case is that the Banks operate under the fiscal policies set out by the Federal Reserve and under Government legislation so yeh, the Government is at fault. The buck always stops with the Government as the Government must guarantee deposits by the general public up to a pre determined value per account - usually 100K. And given the fact that the Banking system is fractional, its the Government's responsibility to keep very tight controil over everything.

Basically sunshine, it was Ruzzia that fucked Cyprus right up with the Billions of Ruzzian criminal banking acftivity.

The Ruzzians would wire Billions through the Cyprus Banking system, without Cyprus having the reserves to support the deposits. Hence, when there is a run on the Banks, the Banking sector falls apart.

You bought it all upon yourselves.

Now here is one for you. Hopw come it never happened elsewhere like the US, Western Europe, Canada or Australia. We had a credit crunch but in the end it was all controlled and handled well. You lot though had to pimp out your bums. :lol:


Idiot what is it that you don't understand? The Central Bank WAS NOT under the control of the Government, the only thing the Government could do is just appoint a person to be the Head and even that person had to be approved by the ECB. They appointed Orphanides a prominent professor who settled back to Cyprus from USA from this purpose abandoning his career to serve his country- as he was saying. After he was appointed he was only accountable to the ECB. After the crisis he testified under oath that until the very last day he was serving (in Dec 2012) there was only a very minor problem with Laiki that was settled by the ECB with a small injection of ELA. He was actually surprised to learn that after he left Laiki ended up with a debt of 12b(?) of ELA, Between Dec 2012 and Mid Feb 2013!! It's clear (to me at least) that the ECB was pumping a dead horse on purpose but that's just my own opinion.

Nevertheless nobody so far gave any explanation, so stop making assumptions and groundless explanations as you go along... as if you know more than anyone living here. You actually know nothing.

As for your stupidity of claiming it did not happen in some other country , but only happened in Cyprus because the Cypriots are stupid (sic) here's a clue for you: Greece, Portugal, Spain, Italy had even worse problems. So if you were to make an experiment of hair cutting the Bank deposits in which of those countries would you do it?
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