The EU and Turkey: Stronger together

The EU and Turkey: Stronger together

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London Observer

Enfield, UK

#1 Jun 28, 2012
http://euobserver.com/7/116780
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Nikolay Mladenov, Urmas Paet, Erkki Tuomioja, Guido Westerwelle, Janos Martonyi, Giulio Terzi di Sant'agata, Edgars Rinkevics, Audronius Azubalis, Radoslaw Sikorski, Paulo Portas, Andrei Marga, Miroslav Lajcak, Karl Erjavec, Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo, Carl Bildt and William Hague are the Foreign Ministers of Bulgaria, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the UK.
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I am not surprised to see NO Greece or Greek Cyprus in the list. But they pretend to support Turkish EU accession. What a bulls Shite.
London Observer

Enfield, UK

#2 Jun 28, 2012
Greeks are so faulse
while

Collierville, TN

#3 Jun 28, 2012
London Observer wrote:
http://euobserver.com/7/116780
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Nikolay Mladenov, Urmas Paet, Erkki Tuomioja, Guido Westerwelle, Janos Martonyi, Giulio Terzi di Sant'agata, Edgars Rinkevics, Audronius Azubalis, Radoslaw Sikorski, Paulo Portas, Andrei Marga, Miroslav Lajcak, Karl Erjavec, Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo, Carl Bildt and William Hague are the Foreign Ministers of Bulgaria, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the UK.
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I am not surprised to see NO Greece or Greek Cyprus in the list. But they pretend to support Turkish EU accession. What a bulls Shite.
while inside of them all those countries saying lucky were not next to turkey like greece n cyprus whose territories turkey disrespects violates and occupies breaking international laws,,,,,,,,,
Mehmet

Chingford, UK

#4 Jun 28, 2012
Boy are you guys thick!!
When will you understand?
The Europeans do NOT want us Turks in the EU.

We are not Europeans is why!
- where- what and why- w

London, UK

#5 Jun 28, 2012
London Observer wrote:
Greeks are so faulse
New word, faulse, opposite to false,= TRUE
Thank you.
- where- what and why- w

London, UK

#6 Jun 28, 2012
Mehmet wrote:
Boy are you guys thick!!
When will you understand?
The Europeans do NOT want us Turks in the EU.
We are not Europeans is why!
I know, they are afraid you will steal everything, like in Cyprus.
SO WHAT

Collierville, TN

#7 Jun 28, 2012
Mehmet wrote:
Boy are you guys thick!!
When will you understand?
The Europeans do NOT want us Turks in the EU.
We are not Europeans is why!
SO what are u doing in europe then----and why did europeaans form u a country in 1923 against the greeks giving you greek lands cities as well as those 2 greek islands imvros and tenedos next to the OIL straits,,,,,,,,,,try meeting the requirements first for EU entry like not occupying cyprus u stole for one and many others on democracy humanrights that turkey has not complied to,,,,,,,and then talk.........
Observer

Limassol, Cyprus

#8 Jun 28, 2012
"London Observer" http://euobserver.com/7/116780
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Nikolay Mladenov, Urmas Paet, Erkki Tuomioja, Guido Westerwelle, Janos Martonyi, Giulio Terzi di Sant'agata, Edgars Rinkevics, Audronius Azubalis, Radoslaw Sikorski, Paulo Portas, Andrei Marga, Miroslav Lajcak, Karl Erjavec, Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo, Carl Bildt and William Hague are the Foreign Ministers of Bulgaria, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the UK.
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I am not surprised to see NO Greece or Greek Cyprus in the list. But they pretend to support Turkish EU accession. What a bulls Shite.

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Sure Greece and Cyprus support Turkish EU accession but not unconditionally. We insist that Turkey gets its record on human rights fixed first. It will be very risky for the EU to wellcome countries that are nor willing to accept the its rules.
Turkey is missing one basic ingredient to be part of the EU.
Discipline! Turkey always defies international laws and treaties that do not suit her. Turkey does not recognise EU rules and requlations. It does not even recoqnise one of its basic principle, that of its presidency.
Letting Turkey or any other nation into the EU with such an attitute will cause huge problems within the EU and will eventually play a part in the breakdown of its presently fragile structure. This is a very strong reason why Turkey has to wait untill she is ready.
It wasn't Sarkozy that kept Turkey out of the EU, and it won't be F.Holland or the next two or three French presidents that will continue this policy. And when there is eventually some French or German leader who will accept Turkey, there will be other EU leaders who will veto it, untill Turkey is ready.
Neither her army or money or influence(?) are enough to get her in the EU, and her American and British friends do not own the EU yet!
Yes, Greek and Cyprus policy was and still is to allow Turkey in the EU., on the assumption that when Turkey is an EU member it it will stop pestering its allies. I always had my doubts on that as Turkey is so undiciplined and self centered that makes it impossible for her to play a "team game", and the EU is a team first and foremost and nobody's tool to accomplish its own "Empire" or religious ambitions.
London Observer

Enfield, UK

#9 Jun 29, 2012
Turkey should demand from EU, lazy scavengers and crooks must be kicked out of EU before Turkey joins the Union
- where- what and why- w

London, UK

#11 Jun 29, 2012
London Observer wrote:
Turkey should demand from EU, lazy scavengers and crooks must be kicked out of EU before Turkey joins the Union
turkey has demanded a lot from the EU already but as it is not in the EU all it has done has angered people against turjey.
themistocles

Brisbane, Australia

#12 Jun 29, 2012
London Observer wrote:
Turkey should demand from EU, lazy scavengers and crooks must be kicked out of EU before Turkey joins the Union
You really don't get it, Turkey can't demand anything from anyone, what gives you the idea that Turkey can demand? And you're use of the word 'crooks" has become pedestrian.
Observer

Limassol, Cyprus

#14 Jan 1, 2013
Why should an British MP want to invide the biggest drug dealer of Europe,in his house?
Why does a British MP tries to influence the prime minister of anothe EE state to do the same?
Very good questions indeed, especially if they are accompanied by inaccurate statements about the economic strength of the drug dealer.
The British MP is David Miliband who wrote a letter to the French prime minister Francois Holland not to follow the policy of his predecessor and delay the entry of Turkey in the EU.
Perhaps Mr. Milliband does not know that 95% of all heroin and most of the other drugs that are killing the children of the British citizens on a daily basis, are either produced or transported to Britain vis Turkey. And I am not making this up. The fiqures were revealed in a BBC documentary that was seen by millions of British voters.
What is likely to happen if Mr. Milliband gets his way and Turkey is accepted inthe EU?
Suddenly Turkish imports to Britain and the EU will be greatly facilitated, skiping inspections and checks because of the freedom of movement of goods within the EU. What does this mean? It means that British kids will be able to order their Drugs on line and have them delivered in their own homes directly. This in turn will mean a large increase in the number of British and European children loosing their lives to drugs. This I am sure will not be looked upon kindly by British and other European parents ( voters ) and I am sure they will sink Mr. Milliband's party in any forthcoming elections blaming them for the decimation of their children. I wonder, could this in time be considered as a genocide of the British kids by the experts in the field, with the invaluable help of Mr. Milliband and his European likes?
And now to the misrepresentations of facts. It is a fallacy that Turkey's economy is so strong. How could it be when they carry the second largest deficit in Europe. How can a country with such a deficit be so vital to the EU as Mr. Milliband wants us to believe..........2.

Observer

Limassol, Cyprus

#15 Jan 1, 2013
........2.
What are the real motives of the honorable MP?
Definitely not the wellfare of the British youth that is supposed to be the future and the hope of his country. What then? I am sure his party leader as well as the opposition leader must investicate what is his real motive. The owe it to themselves to clear this out as there was enough embarassment to their parties in the past for some of their honorable members..'staying' in some very attractive northern Cyprus villas built on properties stolen from their legal owners.
Mr. Milliband's efforts,I am sure, they will delight all the EU junkies who, in an EU referendum will undoubtedly agree with the honorouble MP's plan. They can even vote for him to succeed Mr. Baroso if they could. Unfortunately they are not enough YET to pass anything. They WILL be in about ten years after you allow Mr. Milliband's plan to succeed.
As for Mr. Holland, I am sure he did not become who he is by taking the advice from mediocre British politicians.
EU Observer

Enfield, UK

#16 Jan 1, 2013
Observer
Lemesos, Cyprus
Your Greek propaganda got NO limits.

Here is a terrorist PKK who YOU and rest Greeks openly supports.
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"44 tons of marijuana seized in operation against terrorist PKK"
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DIYARBAKIR/ GAZIANTEP
Forty-four tons of marijuana was seized in an operation carried out by both a police special operations team and a gendarmerie commando unit against drug trafficking of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in the Lice district of Diyarbakır province on Monday.
Observer

Limassol, Cyprus

#17 Jan 1, 2013
"EU Observer"
Your Greek propaganda got NO limits.
Here is a terrorist PKK who YOU and rest Greeks openly supports.
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"44 tons of marijuana seized in operation against terrorist PKK"
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DIYARBAKIR/ GAZIANTEP
Forty-four tons of marijuana was seized in an operation carried out by both a police special operations team and a gendarmerie commando unit against drug trafficking of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in the Lice district of Diyarbakır province on Monday.

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My apologies, I did not realised that Diyarbakir was a Japaneese district. Suppose it were in... Turkey, have you got any idea where the fourty tons of marijuana seized by your special operations team ended? I will tell you. It recycled back to the system.
And how come your mighty army that is so strong that can invade countries and threaten everyone, cannot manage to put in order one of its own districts? If this is true then it is about time that the Kurds have their own country. Another explanation is that your tin soldier army is due for retraining.
Last, how often does your special operations team get to catch any drugs, because according to the US state department report om drugs fourty tons is less than half a drop of the huge quantities that are trafficked or produced in your country every month.
Do not blame me. Blame your friends who uncovered your secret.
London Observer

Enfield, UK

#18 Jan 1, 2013
A Greek priest has been remanded for eight days after being caught with three kilos of cannabis in his bags while arriving at Larnaca Airport.

The 37-year-old was arrested at the airport on Wednesday night after arriving from Athens.

Drugs Squad, YKAN deputy commander Panicos Stavrou said the priest was caught with three kilos of marijuana in his luggage, confirming a tip-off the drug squad had.
Tc In London

Loughton, UK

#19 Jan 1, 2013
Observer wrote:
Why should an British MP want to invide the biggest drug dealer of Europe,in his house?
Why does a British MP tries to influence the prime minister of anothe EE state to do the same?
Very good questions indeed, especially if they are accompanied by inaccurate statements about the economic strength of the drug dealer.
The British MP is David Miliband who wrote a letter to the French prime minister Francois Holland not to follow the policy of his predecessor and delay the entry of Turkey in the EU.
Perhaps Mr. Milliband does not know that 95% of all heroin and most of the other drugs that are killing the children of the British citizens on a daily basis, are either produced or transported to Britain vis Turkey. And I am not making this up. The fiqures were revealed in a BBC documentary that was seen by millions of British voters.
What is likely to happen if Mr. Milliband gets his way and Turkey is accepted inthe EU?
Suddenly Turkish imports to Britain and the EU will be greatly facilitated, skiping inspections and checks because of the freedom of movement of goods within the EU. What does this mean? It means that British kids will be able to order their Drugs on line and have them delivered in their own homes directly. This in turn will mean a large increase in the number of British and European children loosing their lives to drugs. This I am sure will not be looked upon kindly by British and other European parents ( voters ) and I am sure they will sink Mr. Milliband's party in any forthcoming elections blaming them for the decimation of their children. I wonder, could this in time be considered as a genocide of the British kids by the experts in the field, with the invaluable help of Mr. Milliband and his European likes?
And now to the misrepresentations of facts. It is a fallacy that Turkey's economy is so strong. How could it be when they carry the second largest deficit in Europe. How can a country with such a deficit be so vital to the EU as Mr. Milliband wants us to believe..........2.
THE HEROIN IN THE UK IS NOT FROM TURKS BUT FROM KURDS
FINANCING THE PKK GET YOUR FACTS RIGHT
Observer

Limassol, Cyprus

#20 Jan 1, 2013
"Tc In London"
THE HEROIN IN THE UK IS NOT FROM TURKS BUT FROM KURDS
FINANCING THE PKK GET YOUR FACTS RIGHT


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Do not tell me that your friends tried to pin on you something as bad when you had absolutely nothing to do with it.
How clever to blame the Kurds for anything bad when anything good is credited to the Turks.
Besides, I remember reading in here by one of you that more than 85% of Kurds are assimilated and feel like Turks. You better make up your mind what the Kurds are. Turks, like all of you or grass growing scum that are shaming Turkey all over the world?
You really do not thing much of the Kurds do you.
If Turkey had nothing to do with drugs and it was only the Kurds that grew them, how do the drugs find their way to the rest of Europe? Would that have been possible with no help from within the Turkish government?
By the way, the US state department report does mention about the extreme corruption within the Turkish officials who make the trafficking to Europe possible.
Happy New Year.
Tin Yerimin Tin Vraka

Jaú, Brazil

#21 Jan 1, 2013
London Observer wrote:
http://euobserver.com/7/116780
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Nikolay Mladenov, Urmas Paet, Erkki Tuomioja, Guido Westerwelle, Janos Martonyi, Giulio Terzi di Sant'agata, Edgars Rinkevics, Audronius Azubalis, Radoslaw Sikorski, Paulo Portas, Andrei Marga, Miroslav Lajcak, Karl Erjavec, Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo, Carl Bildt and William Hague are the Foreign Ministers of Bulgaria, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the UK.
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I am not surprised to see NO Greece or Greek Cyprus in the list. But they pretend to support Turkish EU accession. What a bulls Shite.
Wanker
Rachel

Belfast, UK

#22 Jan 1, 2013
Tc In London wrote:
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THE HEROIN IN THE UK IS NOT FROM TURKS BUT FROM KURDS
FINANCING THE PKK GET YOUR FACTS RIGHT
TC you racist moron.

The turks are masters at elimenating other peace loving humans that don't call themselves turks. Which is why you will never be accepted into either Europe or any other modern society.

Just in case it escaped your notice, the Kurds that you so revile are a fundamental part of the turkish state.

As with your previous posts, earthquakes etc (all turks seem to have this ingrained in them), the kurds are lesser humans than turks and you would rather that they were eliminated.

You blame them for all the bad things that happen in your country, when the overwhelming evidence is that your own government is heavily involved in drug smuggling to the West.

Most of all, your clear racist bias, identifies you as a turk and not a turkish Cypriot.

Happy New Year to you :-)

R

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