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Re: Erdogan says Turkey, Israel can jointly bring gas to Eur

Postby Kikapu » Fri Feb 25, 2022 1:20 pm

Lordo wrote:
Maximus wrote:Vromo Bordo has been watching too many interviews of erdo on TRT world saying Turkey has rights under international law. :roll:

That's the irony of it all, erdo is blatantly acting illegally under international law.

But it's enough for numbskulls like koullouro vromo bordo to come on here using the length of a coastline as the basis of an argument. Even though Turkey doesn't have a longer coastline than Greece.

He's got a brain as his profile picture and it says use it.. :lol:

Stupid man, how can anybody break an international law if they have not signed up to it.

Even in a normal court of law if you did not know somethong was a crime, you cannot be punished for it.


Countries in dispute over claims can jointly take their case to arbitration which the results can be legally binding.

International arbitration is a process of dispute resolution between parties from different countries that includes an arbitrator. Arbitration is an alternative to litigation. There are multiple arbitration associations that operate under the New York Convention or other conventions.


On your second point, you will find that ignorance of the law is not an excuse for not to be prosecuted and punished for it. :wink:
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Re: Erdogan says Turkey, Israel can jointly bring gas to Eur

Postby Maximus » Fri Feb 25, 2022 1:39 pm

Kikapu wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Maximus wrote:Vromo Bordo has been watching too many interviews of erdo on TRT world saying Turkey has rights under international law. :roll:

That's the irony of it all, erdo is blatantly acting illegally under international law.

But it's enough for numbskulls like koullouro vromo bordo to come on here using the length of a coastline as the basis of an argument. Even though Turkey doesn't have a longer coastline than Greece.

He's got a brain as his profile picture and it says use it.. :lol:

Stupid man, how can anybody break an international law if they have not signed up to it.

Even in a normal court of law if you did not know somethong was a crime, you cannot be punished for it.


Countries in dispute over claims can jointly take their case to arbitration which the results can be legally binding.

International arbitration is a process of dispute resolution between parties from different countries that includes an arbitrator. Arbitration is an alternative to litigation. There are multiple arbitration associations that operate under the New York Convention or other conventions.


On your second point, you will find that ignorance of the law is not an excuse for not to be prosecuted and punished for it. :wink:


The mans brain is as capable as a fruit machine simulation programmed in DOS.

Just press his button and he will spit out some random shit.

If you are lucky, the output will be in the correct sequence.

There is no point arguing with it, it only knows cherries and bananas.
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Re: Erdogan says Turkey, Israel can jointly bring gas to Eur

Postby Lordo » Fri Feb 25, 2022 1:47 pm

Kikapu wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Maximus wrote:Vromo Bordo has been watching too many interviews of erdo on TRT world saying Turkey has rights under international law. :roll:

That's the irony of it all, erdo is blatantly acting illegally under international law.

But it's enough for numbskulls like koullouro vromo bordo to come on here using the length of a coastline as the basis of an argument. Even though Turkey doesn't have a longer coastline than Greece.

He's got a brain as his profile picture and it says use it.. :lol:

Stupid man, how can anybody break an international law if they have not signed up to it.

Even in a normal court of law if you did not know somethong was a crime, you cannot be punished for it.


Countries in dispute over claims can jointly take their case to arbitration which the results can be legally binding.

International arbitration is a process of dispute resolution between parties from different countries that includes an arbitrator. Arbitration is an alternative to litigation. There are multiple arbitration associations that operate under the New York Convention or other conventions.


On your second point, you will find that ignorance of the law is not an excuse for not to be prosecuted and punished for it. :wink:

If you chek it it says you can be it does not say you will be. I released my dog in thepark where I was not supposed to and got stopped by th epolice. I simply explained that not only I did not know about it but I did not see the sign even though I walked past it. I do not stop and read every sign I pass in detail. No action taken.

On your first point, if a country has not been signed up to an international law it cannot be taken to court. Which is why America has never ratified ICC. You have to get these things right man.
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Re: Erdogan says Turkey, Israel can jointly bring gas to Eur

Postby Maximus » Fri Feb 25, 2022 1:51 pm

You were just fortunate that the misdemeanor was a petty offence and the police were lenient enough (or not bothered) to let you off the hook.

Try stealing a car or burglary and see if feigning ignorance works. Go and accost your neighbor and break in to their house. Come back and let us know how that works out for you.
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Re: Erdogan says Turkey, Israel can jointly bring gas to Eur

Postby Lordo » Fri Feb 25, 2022 2:04 pm

Maximus wrote:You were just fortunate that the misdemeanor was a petty offence and the police were lenient enough (or not bothered) to let you off the hook.

Try stealing a car or burglary and see if feigning ignorance works. Go and accost your neighbor and break in to their house. Come back and let us know how that works out for you.

Don't be stupid I know that is a crime. Especially after my car was stolen. How can I plead such a thing. Were you fuckin born stupid or are you the result of the glorious GO chruch education system
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Re: Erdogan says Turkey, Israel can jointly bring gas to Eur

Postby Maximus » Fri Feb 25, 2022 2:16 pm

You imbecile, turkey is the one feigning ignorance regarding the UN law of the sea and you are the plonker that says it doesnt apply. :roll:

its a law,

Trying to infringe on someone elses sovereign rights and stealing is a crime, if that involves violence an gunboat diplomacy as well.

Turkey may or may not get away with it if she perpetrates the crime. Its still a crime and Turkey is acting illegally.

Go and tell your neighbour you dont like the fence where it is and he should agree to move it more in to his garden to win your friendship, or else. Come and tell us how that goes.

idiot.
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Re: Erdogan says Turkey, Israel can jointly bring gas to Eur

Postby Kikapu » Fri Feb 25, 2022 2:32 pm

Lordo wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Maximus wrote:Vromo Bordo has been watching too many interviews of erdo on TRT world saying Turkey has rights under international law. :roll:

That's the irony of it all, erdo is blatantly acting illegally under international law.

But it's enough for numbskulls like koullouro vromo bordo to come on here using the length of a coastline as the basis of an argument. Even though Turkey doesn't have a longer coastline than Greece.

He's got a brain as his profile picture and it says use it.. :lol:

Stupid man, how can anybody break an international law if they have not signed up to it.

Even in a normal court of law if you did not know somethong was a crime, you cannot be punished for it.


Countries in dispute over claims can jointly take their case to arbitration which the results can be legally binding.

International arbitration is a process of dispute resolution between parties from different countries that includes an arbitrator. Arbitration is an alternative to litigation. There are multiple arbitration associations that operate under the New York Convention or other conventions.


On your second point, you will find that ignorance of the law is not an excuse for not to be prosecuted and punished for it. :wink:

If you chek it it says you can be it does not say you will be. I released my dog in thepark where I was not supposed to and got stopped by th epolice. I simply explained that not only I did not know about it but I did not see the sign even though I walked past it. I do not stop and read every sign I pass in detail. No action taken.

On your first point, if a country has not been signed up to an international law it cannot be taken to court. Which is why America has never ratified ICC. You have to get these things right man.


Police always have discretion if they want to give a fine or not based on the seriousness.

Trust me, if your dog mauled a child in the park, especially off leash, you will be in trouble whether you have seen the sign or not. :wink:

We are not talking about courts but Arbitration instead to resolve disputes with legally binding results.
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Re: Erdogan says Turkey, Israel can jointly bring gas to Eur

Postby Pyrpolizer » Fri Feb 25, 2022 6:27 pm

Lordo wrote:how can anybody break an international law if they have not signed up to it.


The fact that it did not sign it, doesn't mean anything. It still breaks the law that a zillion others have signed. In Turkey's "Law" islands of any size and any type should not have an EEZ of more than 12nm while the rest of the sea should belong to the nearest mainland.Let aside that in the Aegian it doesn't accept more than 6nm. Obviously no one ever agreed to that, nobody signed to it, and it's just Turkey's "Law" which already contradicts with actual facts all over the World as e.g. UK could also be called an island and all it's rights in the North sea oil should go to Norway, the Sea Lion Oil field in the Falklands should belong to Argentina instead of UK because the Falklands are just islands, the one at Canary Islands should belong to Morocco or W. Sahara instead of Spain, and the ones at Comoros Islands to Mozambique instead of the islanders themselves or France who still has some colonial power there. Just to mention a few...

The Turkish "law" is now actually trying to steal more than 80% of Cyprus EEZ. Well, even my granny could make such "laws" in her dreams and become the richest person in the world... :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Erdogan says Turkey, Israel can jointly bring gas to Eur

Postby Lordo » Fri Feb 25, 2022 8:50 pm

Maximus wrote:You imbecile, turkey is the one feigning ignorance regarding the UN law of the sea and you are the plonker that says it doesnt apply. :roll:

its a law,

Trying to infringe on someone elses sovereign rights and stealing is a crime, if that involves violence an gunboat diplomacy as well.

Turkey may or may not get away with it if she perpetrates the crime. Its still a crime and Turkey is acting illegally.

Go and tell your neighbour you dont like the fence where it is and he should agree to move it more in to his garden to win your friendship, or else. Come and tell us how that goes.

idiot.
Tergy is not pleading ignorance you stupid kant she has not ratified it. Do you even understand the difference? I suspect not.
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Re: Erdogan says Turkey, Israel can jointly bring gas to Eur

Postby Lordo » Fri Feb 25, 2022 8:54 pm

Pyrpolizer wrote:
Lordo wrote:how can anybody break an international law if they have not signed up to it.


The fact that it did not sign it, doesn't mean anything. It still breaks the law that a zillion others have signed. In Turkey's "Law" islands of any size and any type should not have an EEZ of more than 12nm while the rest of the sea should belong to the nearest mainland.Let aside that in the Aegian it doesn't accept more than 6nm. Obviously no one ever agreed to that, nobody signed to it, and it's just Turkey's "Law" which already contradicts with actual facts all over the World as e.g. UK could also be called an island and all it's rights in the North sea oil should go to Norway, the Sea Lion Oil field in the Falklands should belong to Argentina instead of UK because the Falklands are just islands, the one at Canary Islands should belong to Morocco or W. Sahara instead of Spain, and the ones at Comoros Islands to Mozambique instead of the islanders themselves or France who still has some colonial power there. Just to mention a few...

The Turkish "law" is now actually trying to steal more than 80% of Cyprus EEZ. Well, even my granny could make such "laws" in her dreams and become the richest person in the world... :lol: :lol: :lol:

Gavole mavre the idiocy is spreading.

Why have no Yank soldier not been brought infront of the ICC ever?

Have you taken day's leave from fucking logic tree again?
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