No to Turkish blackmail

No to Turkish blackmail

There are 32 comments on the The Cyprus Weekly story from Nov 3, 2012, titled No to Turkish blackmail. In it, The Cyprus Weekly reports that:

Nicosia -- House President Yiannakis Omirou expressed his confidence that no foreign government or company will succumb to Turkey's blackmailing to withdraw interest for Cyprus' offshore hydrocarbons.

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Dervis Eroglu

London, UK

#21 Nov 5, 2012
Dimitri100 wrote:
There is nothing wrong with Turkish people,
their leader however, should be stood up against a wall and shot like the dog he is.
That is harsh sentencing, because you don't like some one specially a politicians who have a limited time in politics,

Leaders in Greece deserve some punishment but not lined up against a wall and be shot,after all it's the people who put them there in the first place.
Observer

Limassol, Cyprus

#22 Nov 5, 2012
"Dervis Eroglu "
That is harsh sentencing, because you don't like some one specially a politicians who have a limited time in politics,
Leaders in Greece deserve some punishment but not lined up against a wall and be shot,after all it's the people who put them there in the first place.

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Yes. It is the people who usually put the politicians in power, except may be in the US where it is the corporations that take up the role. People put the politicians in power to implement a certain program. It is an agreement between the people and them. So, if the politicians betray or violate that agreement, YES, they should be lined up against a wall and pay for their betrayal.
The fact that the politicians have a limited time in politics does not absolve them from their responsibility to honor their promise to the people who elected them. Limited time BUT unlimited power, this is what they get from the people. That is why the politicians can cause enormous damage to their countries and the people who put their trust in them.

Since: Apr 11

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#23 Nov 5, 2012
Observer wrote:
"Dervis Eroglu "
That is harsh sentencing, because you don't like some one specially a politicians who have a limited time in politics,
Leaders in Greece deserve some punishment but not lined up against a wall and be shot,after all it's the people who put them there in the first place.
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Yes. It is the people who usually put the politicians in power, except may be in the US where it is the corporations that take up the role. People put the politicians in power to implement a certain program. It is an agreement between the people and them. So, if the politicians betray or violate that agreement, YES, they should be lined up against a wall and pay for their betrayal.
The fact that the politicians have a limited time in politics does not absolve them from their responsibility to honor their promise to the people who elected them. Limited time BUT unlimited power, this is what they get from the people. That is why the politicians can cause enormous damage to their countries and the people who put their trust in them.
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Very well said indeed, I take my hat off to you, you're an intelligent man.
Dervis Eroglu

London, UK

#24 Nov 5, 2012
Observer wrote:
"Dervis Eroglu "
That is harsh sentencing, because you don't like some one specially a politicians who have a limited time in politics,
Leaders in Greece deserve some punishment but not lined up against a wall and be shot,after all it's the people who put them there in the first place.
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Yes. It is the people who usually put the politicians in power, except may be in the US where it is the corporations that take up the role. People put the politicians in power to implement a certain program. It is an agreement between the people and them. So, if the politicians betray or violate that agreement, YES, they should be lined up against a wall and pay for their betrayal.
The fact that the politicians have a limited time in politics does not absolve them from their responsibility to honor their promise to the people who elected them. Limited time BUT unlimited power, this is what they get from the people. That is why the politicians can cause enormous damage to their countries and the people who put their trust in them.
Yes that too, I agree.
Souleman Hadjioglu

Turkey

#25 Nov 6, 2012
GO TURKS GO! the rest will bark and beg only:)!
Themistocles

Carrara, Australia

#26 Nov 6, 2012
"If an animal barks or grunts the Turk will want to fcuk it" Imbolou Heroglu, Turkish pig farmer
TRUTHlover

Carei, Romania

#27 Nov 6, 2012
Themistocles wrote:
"If an animal barks or grunts the Turk will want to fcuk it" Imbolou Heroglu, Turkish pig farmer
Is it not you who claimed that the Turks learnt everything from the Greeks .....

Cheers,
dognes

Masontown, PA

#28 Nov 25, 2012
youtube.com/watch... …
Sound like Turkish
Themistocles

Australia

#29 Nov 26, 2012
TRUTHlover wrote:
<quoted text>
Is it not you who claimed that the Turks learnt everything from the Greeks .....
Cheers,
Yes it was, and the Turks were not the only ones who learnt from Greeks. Europeans were good students of the Greeks, but theTurks never did their homework.

Since: Apr 11

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#30 Nov 26, 2012
I've said this before, I will say it again,

there is nothing wrong with Turkish people, they are perfectly fine, civilised people,

their problem is the leader Erdogan who is in the pockets of nazi USA,

he should be stood up against a wall and shot like the dog he is.
BOMBTHETURKS

Greece

#31 Nov 26, 2012
Lol

Since: Apr 11

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#32 Nov 26, 2012
Observer wrote:
"Dervis Eroglu "
That is harsh sentencing, because you don't like some one specially a politicians who have a limited time in politics,
Leaders in Greece deserve some punishment but not lined up against a wall and be shot,after all it's the people who put them there in the first place.
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Yes. It is the people who usually put the politicians in power, except may be in the US where it is the corporations that take up the role. People put the politicians in power to implement a certain program. It is an agreement between the people and them. So, if the politicians betray or violate that agreement, YES, they should be lined up against a wall and pay for their betrayal.
The fact that the politicians have a limited time in politics does not absolve them from their responsibility to honor their promise to the people who elected them. Limited time BUT unlimited power, this is what they get from the people. That is why the politicians can cause enormous damage to their countries and the people who put their trust in them.
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Pity there are not more posters like you on the forum,

most are idiots, like the one you posted to.

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