EU turkey TALKS "APPALLING"amid CYPRUS OCCUPATION

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YEPheSAYSitRIGHT

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Jan 21, 2013
 
YEP THE MANS GOT IT RIGHT----- IN OTHER WORDS THESE TALKS ARE AS ILLEGAL AS THE CYPRUS OCCUPATION------ http://www.publicserviceeurope.com/article/29...
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Jan 22, 2013
 
http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm20...

In the view of Greek Cypriot journalist, Aleccos Constantinides[111] the Greek Cypriot political parties DIKO and EDEK "are acting as if the Cyprus problem began and ended in 1974. They refrain from talking about the previous coups. The first coup was not in 1974, but only a few years after we had attained our independence (in 1960). Had it not been for the first coup there would not have been the 1974 coup."

Another Greek Cypriot journalist, Stavros Angelides, wrote in Fileleftheros on 16 September 1990 "With the passage of time we the Greek Cypriots forget, or wilfully disregard, the events which led to the present situation in Cyprus. We forget our faults and we ask all the more emphatically everybody else to deliver to us justice as we understand it. We talk in generalities and in vague terms about UN Resolutions, and actually mean those which favour us. The others, such as Resolution 649 are not fairówe do not want themólet them go to hell."
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Jan 22, 2013
 
In the view of Greek Cypriot journalist, Aleccos Constantinides[111] the Greek Cypriot political parties DIKO and EDEK "are acting as if the Cyprus problem began and ended in 1974. They refrain from talking about the previous coups. The first coup was not in 1974, but only a few years after we had attained our independence (in 1960). Had it not been for the first coup there would not have been the 1974 coup."

Another Greek Cypriot journalist, Stavros Angelides, wrote in Fileleftheros on 16 September 1990 "With the passage of time we the Greek Cypriots forget, or wilfully disregard, the events which led to the present situation in Cyprus. We forget our faults and we ask all the more emphatically everybody else to deliver to us justice as we understand it.

We talk in generalities and in vague terms about UN Resolutions, and actually mean those which favour us. The others, such as Resolution 649 are not fairówe do not want themólet them go to hell."

http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm20...
Enrico

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Jan 22, 2013
 
wiki leaks wrote:
In the view of Greek Cypriot journalist, Aleccos Constantinides[111] the Greek Cypriot political parties DIKO and EDEK "are acting as if the Cyprus problem began and ended in 1974. They refrain from talking about the previous coups. The first coup was not in 1974, but only a few years after we had attained our independence (in 1960). Had it not been for the first coup there would not have been the 1974 coup."
Another Greek Cypriot journalist, Stavros Angelides, wrote in Fileleftheros on 16 September 1990 "With the passage of time we the Greek Cypriots forget, or wilfully disregard, the events which led to the present situation in Cyprus. We forget our faults and we ask all the more emphatically everybody else to deliver to us justice as we understand it.
We talk in generalities and in vague terms about UN Resolutions, and actually mean those which favour us. The others, such as Resolution 649 are not fairówe do not want themólet them go to hell."
http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm20...
I have never heard of Andrew Brons who is the author of the article in the first post of this thread.
This article is so one sided that I doubt if he has read the article referred to in the third posting.
I would be very interested in seeing the views of the usual parties on this forum, on this latest article.
Sadly I suspect that all that will result, is the stream of vitriol that these people spout when they read a authorative version of events that does not tally with their own.
lolololwitwiki

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Jan 22, 2013
 
wiki leaks wrote:
In the view of Greek Cypriot journalist, Aleccos Constantinides[111] the Greek Cypriot political parties DIKO and EDEK "are acting as if the Cyprus problem began and ended in 1974. They refrain from talking about the previous coups. The first coup was not in 1974, but only a few years after we had attained our independence (in 1960). Had it not been for the first coup there would not have been the 1974 coup."
Another Greek Cypriot journalist, Stavros Angelides, wrote in Fileleftheros on 16 September 1990 "With the passage of time we the Greek Cypriots forget, or wilfully disregard, the events which led to the present situation in Cyprus. We forget our faults and we ask all the more emphatically everybody else to deliver to us justice as we understand it.
We talk in generalities and in vague terms about UN Resolutions, and actually mean those which favour us. The others, such as Resolution 649 are not fairówe do not want themólet them go to hell."
http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm20...
,,,,,,why dont britain n turkey go to the international courts s per request of cyprus ,,,,,,,,,,
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Jan 22, 2013
 
lolololwitwiki wrote:
<quoted text>,,,,,,why dont britain n turkey go to the international courts s per request of cyprus ,,,,,,,,,,
because Greek Cypriots have been able to repudiate solemn international agreements and violate the human rights of the Turkish Cypriots on a massive scale and yet by a quite astonishing feat of public relations, have secured for themselves acceptance as the government of all Cyprus and have persuaded the world that they, and not the Turkish Cypriots, are the injured party. The consequence of this is that they have been able to extract one-sided resolutions from the United Nations and other international organisations, and have been able to secure court judgments which have been immensely damaging to the Turkish Cypriots and have placed the Turkish Cypriots under a crippling embargo on their international trade and communications.

For more than 40 years the Turkish Cypriots and their government have been faced with one of the hardest tasks in the whole range of international affairsóhow to get the world to change its mind after it has got hold of the wrong end of the stick and clung to it year after year.
lolooWITwiki

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Jan 22, 2013
 
wiki leaks wrote:
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because Greek Cypriots have been able to repudiate solemn international agreements and violate the human rights of the Turkish Cypriots on a massive scale and yet by a quite astonishing feat of public relations, have secured for themselves acceptance as the government of all Cyprus and have persuaded the world that they, and not the Turkish Cypriots, are the injured party. The consequence of this is that they have been able to extract one-sided resolutions from the United Nations and other international organisations, and have been able to secure court judgments which have been immensely damaging to the Turkish Cypriots and have placed the Turkish Cypriots under a crippling embargo on their international trade and communications.
For more than 40 years the Turkish Cypriots and their government have been faced with one of the hardest tasks in the whole range of international affairsóhow to get the world to change its mind after it has got hold of the wrong end of the stick and clung to it year after year.
wiki how many articles of the cyprus constitution were violated in early 1962 when these 2 turkishcypriots were killed -------try article 6,7,8,11,18,19 as well as many more articles when segregation and all taxes were pressured against greekcypriots and many more issues of violation of articles to block freedom of movement for greekcypriots------but lets start with freedom of expression and right to life for thes 2 turkishcypriots------ http://todayszaman.com/news-222633-100-turkey...
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Feb 14, 2013
 
YEPheSAYSitRIGHT wrote:
YEP THE MANS GOT IT RIGHT----- IN OTHER WORDS THESE TALKS ARE AS ILLEGAL AS THE CYPRUS OCCUPATION------ http://www.publicserviceeurope.com/article/29...
yep go figure,,,,,,

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