Cyprus Says Syria Dispute Smoothed Ov...

Cyprus Says Syria Dispute Smoothed Over -

There are 21 comments on the Newsday story from Sep 27, 2007, titled Cyprus Says Syria Dispute Smoothed Over -. In it, Newsday reports that:

The Cypriot president said Thursday he was confident Syria had no intention of recognizing a breakaway state on his Mediterranean island despite its acceptance of a ferry from the separatist region last week.

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whywhy

Turkey

#1 Sep 28, 2007
Turkish Cypriot People will continue its active campaigns towards providing a solution to the Cyprus problem on the basis of political equality and lifting the international isolation on it.
The Greek Cypriot Administration can give diplomatic notes but these will not be enough to change the Turkish Cypriot people’s demands for political equality and vision for solution.

“TΑΝ Ή ΕΠΙ ΤΑΣ”

Since: Jul 07

Limassol, Cyprus

#2 Sep 28, 2007
whywhy,

let me tell you. The RoC will not sign any division of this island.

Dont give me that political equality crap. Do you know how much money the government hands out to Turkish Cypriots for free health care and what not? Shit, id like to have the benefits a Turkish Cypriot has in Cyprus....i mean it.

Give that political equality speech to Turkey for its Kurdish population. One more thing. If Syria steps out of line one more time, there are several levers the Cypriot government can pull and will not hesitate to do so.

You [email protected] with the wrong country. yea the reaction will be like a fly in you ear when your trying to sleep. In do time that becomes annoying. This aint Greece, you will learn that soon enough.

Here is that fly in your ear:How pathetic are you that countries who speak Turkic will not recognize your puppet regime in the North?
Tc In London

UK

#3 Sep 28, 2007
pittybul wrote:
whywhy,
let me tell you. The RoC will not sign any division of this island.
Dont give me that political equality crap. Do you know how much money the government hands out to Turkish Cypriots for free health care and what not? Shit, id like to have the benefits a Turkish Cypriot has in Cyprus....i mean it.
Give that political equality speech to Turkey for its Kurdish population. One more thing. If Syria steps out of line one more time, there are several levers the Cypriot government can pull and will not hesitate to do so.
You [email protected] with the wrong country. yea the reaction will be like a fly in you ear when your trying to sleep. In do time that becomes annoying. This aint Greece, you will learn that soon enough.
Here is that fly in your ear:How pathetic are you that countries who speak Turkic will not recognize your puppet regime in the North?
You talk so big i think Even usa are scared of you

man talk sense why would syria be afraid of you

you gonna send them the missiles you bought ( LOL )

I HAVE NEWS FOR YOU there are a lot of countries who will recognise The Turkish Cypriots if anything turkey is telling them hold on lets see what happens

The time is coming to the end
Tc In London

UK

#4 Sep 28, 2007
and one more what does CYRPUS GREEKS EXPORT TO THE WORLD APART FROM WANKERS LIKE YOU?

“TΑΝ Ή ΕΠΙ ΤΑΣ”

Since: Jul 07

Limassol, Cyprus

#5 Sep 28, 2007
Tc In London wrote:
and one more what does CYRPUS GREEKS EXPORT TO THE WORLD APART FROM WANKERS LIKE YOU?
What do you mean export? Unlike you, the wanker, i live on this Island.

“TΑΝ Ή ΕΠΙ ΤΑΣ”

Since: Jul 07

Limassol, Cyprus

#6 Sep 28, 2007
Tc In London wrote:
<quoted text>
You talk so big i think Even usa are scared of you
man talk sense why would syria be afraid of you
you gonna send them the missiles you bought ( LOL )
I HAVE NEWS FOR YOU there are a lot of countries who will recognise The Turkish Cypriots if anything turkey is telling them hold on lets see what happens
The time is coming to the end
How typical, i am not talking about a military response. Cyprus has the ability to with hold certain EU benefits as i am sure your aware or not. There are other levers but i dont have the time to explain it all. Thats just too much of my time.
Not Greek Propaganda

UK

#7 Sep 28, 2007
pittybul wrote:
<quoted text>
How typical, i am not talking about a military response. Cyprus has the ability to with hold certain EU benefits as i am sure your aware or not. There are other levers but i dont have the time to explain it all. Thats just too much of my time.
LOL

SO YOU ARE A BIG GUY NOW YOU ARE A MEMBER OF THE EU?

I NOW REALISE I AM TALKING TO A KID
wow

Limassol, Cyprus

#8 Sep 28, 2007
Not Greek Propaganda wrote:
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LOL
SO YOU ARE A BIG GUY NOW YOU ARE A MEMBER OF THE EU?
I NOW REALISE I AM TALKING TO A KID
Get off the crack, get a job, be a productive member of the society you currently live in. You spend your whole day in this forum. And your not a drain on the British society? Government benefits that good ehh. I d like to point you out to the rest of the Brits that visit this forum as the reason why real Brits leave the UK. Reply, have the last word, that’s fine with me. Its Friday night and im not going to be spending it with you.
Not Greek Propaganda

UK

#9 Sep 28, 2007
TO WOWZA

I DONT NEED TO WORK MY NOT GREEK FRIEND

I HAVE GIVEN 30 YEARS OF WORK ITS ENOUGH AND I HAVE EARNED ENOUGH I AM NOW SPENDING IT

I HAVE PROPERTIES ALL OVER

HERE CYPRUS TURKEY

I TRAVEL 3 MONTHS HERE 3 MONTHS THERE

I HAVE PROBABLY PAID MORE IN TAXES THEN YOU WILL EVER EARN IN YOUR LIFE TIME

I AM NO SCROUNGER I DESPISE SCROUNGERS AND WANKERS LIKE YOU

SO HIT THE ROAD JACK

ARE YOU GONA COME BACK FOR MORE O MORE O MORE

HIT THE ROAD JACK

I BETCHA GONE COME BACK FOR MOREEEEEEEEEEEEEE
Nonsense

São Paulo, Brazil

#10 Sep 28, 2007
pittybul wrote:
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Cyprus has the ability to with hold certain EU benefits as i am sure your aware or not.
You been holding for the last 33 years and what happened? Jack shit.. Keep on holding but it might just get rusty and fall off. hehehe..

On another statemt you mentioned health care.. Give me the facts and see if I can get some myself.. Efkaristo in advance.. ;-)
theguynextdoor

United States

#11 Sep 28, 2007
First the TC's have to prove their loyalties to their country Cyprus.Then they have to resume their demostrations by demanding the removal of all Turkish occupied forces and mainland settlers from Cyprus territories.Ask not what your country can do for you,but what you can do for your country? If the TC's do not support Cyprus then they are parasites and should move back to the Anatolian highlands.
whywhy wrote:
Turkish Cypriot People will continue its active campaigns towards providing a solution to the Cyprus problem on the basis of political equality and lifting the international isolation on it.
The Greek Cypriot Administration can give diplomatic notes but these will not be enough to change the Turkish Cypriot people’s demands for political equality and vision for solution.
theguynextdoor

United States

#12 Sep 28, 2007
In my opinion,the Turks are a foreign element who live in a parasitic lifestyle and do not belong to Cyprus territory.The Turkish contribution to the Middle East or Eastern Meditterranean is a big 0???
Nonsense

São Paulo, Brazil

#13 Sep 28, 2007
theguynextdoor wrote:
In my opinion,the Turks are a foreign element who live in a parasitic lifestyle and do not belong to Cyprus territory.The Turkish contribution to the Middle East or Eastern Meditterranean is a big 0???
Keep on barking..:-))
quicksteps

UK

#14 Sep 28, 2007
theguynextdoor wrote:
First the TC's have to prove their loyalties to their country Cyprus.Then they have to resume their demostrations by demanding the removal of all Turkish occupied forces and mainland settlers from Cyprus territories.Ask not what your country can do for you,but what you can do for your country? If the TC's do not support Cyprus then they are parasites and should move back to the Anatolian highlands.<quoted text>
Perhaps a more enlightening question that you might want to ask is "Ask not what your country can do for you,but what you have done to your country?
Nonsense

São Paulo, Brazil

#15 Sep 28, 2007
theguynextdoor wrote:
First the TC's have to prove their loyalties to their country Cyprus.Then they have to resume their demostrations by demanding the removal of all Turkish occupied forces and mainland settlers from Cyprus territories.Ask not what your country can do for you,but what you can do for your country? If the TC's do not support Cyprus then they are parasites and should move back to the Anatolian highlands.<quoted text>
We wdon't need to prove anything to you traitors ;-) You got nerve to ask such a thing having shown NO loyalty in 1974.. This was the very first time that it bit you back in your butt very badly and instead of having control of all of the island, you've lost.. now you keep on barking.. keep it up if you have another 33 years in you or 330 years.. First time, you've lost through the war thorugh your stupidity, second time round, we'll buy you out ;-) All in good time.. We are playing the same game as you guys.. the TC has woken up after all these years.. never mind the few who side by you.. we'll kick them out of the island when the time is right as well...
Greek American

AOL

#16 Sep 28, 2007
Tc In London wrote:
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You talk so big i think Even usa are scared of you
man talk sense why would syria be afraid of you
you gonna send them the missiles you bought ( LOL )
I HAVE NEWS FOR YOU there are a lot of countries who will recognise The Turkish Cypriots if anything turkey is telling them hold on lets see what happens
The time is coming to the end
Keep dreaming 33 years and counting
Geo

Saskatoon, Canada

#17 Sep 28, 2007
Tc In London wrote:
<quoted text>
You talk so big i think Even usa are scared of you
man talk sense why would syria be afraid of you
you gonna send them the missiles you bought ( LOL )
I HAVE NEWS FOR YOU there are a lot of countries who will recognise The Turkish Cypriots if anything turkey is telling them hold on lets see what happens
The time is coming to the end
Well to be quite frank, Syria is way too busy with Israel to get on the bad side of Cyprus.
Geo

Saskatoon, Canada

#18 Sep 28, 2007
Not Greek Propaganda wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL
SO YOU ARE A BIG GUY NOW YOU ARE A MEMBER OF THE EU?
I NOW REALISE I AM TALKING TO A KID
Well we know how much you hate the security of your enemies.
Tc In London

UK

#19 Sep 28, 2007
Greek American wrote:
<quoted text>Keep dreaming 33 years and counting
absolutely 34 years and still counting

man you are talking sense now
Greek American

AOL

#20 Sep 28, 2007
whywhy wrote:
Turkish Cypriot People will continue its active campaigns towards providing a solution to the Cyprus problem on the basis of political equality and lifting the international isolation on it.
The Greek Cypriot Administration can give diplomatic notes but these will not be enough to change the Turkish Cypriot people’s demands for political equality and vision for solution.
How about equal equlity for the Kurds?

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