Markoulis: "Cyprus won't be intimidated by Turkey"

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Markoulis: "Cyprus won't be intimidated by Turkey"

_mt
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June 28th, 2012, 8:42 pm #1

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June 28th, 2012, 8:51 pm #2

Some Cypriots look Semitic. Very weird.





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_mt
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June 28th, 2012, 9:09 pm #3

Whattt? are you saying that Rum cypriots are not Europeans??? but they head the EU now, how come?




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June 28th, 2012, 9:13 pm #4

@mt

The guys you posted simply have a tan. Does having a tan make you Semitic? I'm talking about Markoulis. Looking at her photograph I would guess she is Lebanese, Israeli, or Egyptian.





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June 28th, 2012, 9:21 pm #5

She is a true Hellene, stop bshting







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June 29th, 2012, 5:37 am #6

pure Hellene
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Absolutely! No other race is so facking uggly

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June 29th, 2012, 6:34 am #7

All right, all right. She is not exactly Cindy Crawford!

Granted, she is uglier than Madeleine Albright. (For those who remember).

However, she is very smart and she does her job very well. She secured support of all great powers on the gas issue. Diplomacy is not a beauty contest.


But if the Turks continue this, I will start posting pictures of Tansu Ciller with a swimming suit! Turks, you have been warned!


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"The Turkish Cypriots looted, robbed and ravaged Greek Cypriot properties. They must start producing instead of being mere consumers. The Turkish Cypriots wanted to live without working!"

Major-General Bedrettin Demirel (1917-1988)
Commander of the Turkish Invasion Forces in 1974
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_mt
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June 29th, 2012, 9:57 am #8

Sorry but she is anything but smart. I listened to one of her recent interviews. She thinks (that is her government policy) that by finding large gas resources, the GCs will force Turkey to negotiate a deal over Cyprus and ultimately make our troops leave the island (together with the settlers from mainland). she is delusional just like the rest of her government. The GCs used to think they can force Turkey to make a deal by their EU membership (and their opposition to Turkey's membership) now that the EU delusion is over they are pinning their hopes on natural gas which is yet to be found.






But if the Turks continue this, I will start posting pictures of Tansu Ciller with a swimming suit!

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LOL you are comparing her to Ciller? hahaha this was funny






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June 29th, 2012, 10:04 am #9

We took Cyprus by shedding blood, we will only leave, again, by shedding blood. Never in our history we ceded land without a good fight.





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June 29th, 2012, 10:14 am #10

Supposed that Cyprus has big natural gas reserves and even Israel allowed them to get profit. Who do you think they're gonna sell? Norway and Russia are the two gas suppliers of Europe. You need your red-flagged neighbours again.
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June 29th, 2012, 10:31 am #11

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June 29th, 2012, 10:39 am #12

"Supposed that Cyprus has big natural gas reserves and even Israel allowed them to get profit. Who do you think they're gonna sell? Norway and Russia are the two gas suppliers of Europe. You need your red-flagged neighbours again."


when you have oil, you have a liecence to print money.
your sugestion that we cant sell the oil is misplaced.as a member of the eu we would have preferential conditions to sell within the eu market.secondly as a commodity there is always a demand.thirdly if we struggled to sell then drop the price by $5 a barrel and demand would do the rest.being energy independant means money and foreign exchange staying in the country and positively affecting the balance of payment.there are many benefits.
cyprus has said all along that profits would be used for the benefit of ALL cyprios ,cyprus would also be prepared to be generous to not only greece but also turkey that turkey has more to gain by being collaborative than confrontational.
As regards norway and russia they have both signaled a strong interest in participating in the cypriot hydrocarbons.both know that this resource is not finite and their resources have an expirey date.
cyprus's position is such that we can easily supply 3 continents.
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June 29th, 2012, 12:26 pm #13

Transportation of gas from the North Atlantic would be cheaper than Cyprus and they will always prefer Norway with regard to prosperity of the superior Germanic race(!)

Limited existence of oil and gas is still a theory as well as the fact of renewability. Mind you Turkey is 5rd biggest market and 3rd biggest trade surplus provider of Russia. Asian market is blocked by OPEC countries for Cyprus and Turkey is needed for the European market. Just demand of Turkey would be a great portion.

Actually no one in Turkey minds about the oil drilling in South Cyprus. Tayyip just moves in accordance with directions of Washington DC.
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June 29th, 2012, 1:07 pm #14

Did Washington DC tell Tayip to break up with Israel too?

The Turkish wishful thinking is vastly amusing. "There is not enough gas, it is too far away from the potential clients, there is no market for it, Jews will get all the profit..............."



Soviet officer Morrice Childs (Moishe Chilovsky) was a double agent, and the man of Americans inside Kremlin for many years. In a memo to FBI he had given a perfect description of the senile Soviet leaders. I will repeat what he said, because it describes well the Turks of this forum too:

"They live in a world of dangerous illusions. They are thinking according to their political prejudices and not according to facts. They are victims of their own lies and propaganda."





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"The Turkish Cypriots looted, robbed and ravaged Greek Cypriot properties. They must start producing instead of being mere consumers. The Turkish Cypriots wanted to live without working!"

Major-General Bedrettin Demirel (1917-1988)
Commander of the Turkish Invasion Forces in 1974
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June 29th, 2012, 1:20 pm #15

Broken up and what? Economic ties between Turkey and Israel are even getting better.
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June 29th, 2012, 1:27 pm #16

Britain was Germany's biggest trade partner in the world in 1914. And yet.....

I will find and post a beautiful answer that I gave to another Turk who said they are still friends with Israel behind closed doors.

As I wrote above: "They live in a world of dangerous illusions.... etc, etc"

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"The Turkish Cypriots looted, robbed and ravaged Greek Cypriot properties. They must start producing instead of being mere consumers. The Turkish Cypriots wanted to live without working!"

Major-General Bedrettin Demirel (1917-1988)
Commander of the Turkish Invasion Forces in 1974
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_mt
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June 29th, 2012, 1:30 pm #17

I pity these Yunans really. They can never fight their own wars and always looking for others (Russia, EU, Israel.....) to come and do the work for them. What can you expect from a nation, whose very nation was founded by others (Britain, France, Russia).






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June 29th, 2012, 1:35 pm #18

_MT:

Beware Turk. Next time the Britons may not be around to save you from your enemies, as they did in 1833,1878, 1913 etc.

Every country choses its alliances in war and peace. It is not our fault if you picked the wrong allies in 1824 (Egyptian Arabs) or in 1914 (Germans).

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"The Turkish Cypriots looted, robbed and ravaged Greek Cypriot properties. They must start producing instead of being mere consumers. The Turkish Cypriots wanted to live without working!"

Major-General Bedrettin Demirel (1917-1988)
Commander of the Turkish Invasion Forces in 1974
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June 29th, 2012, 1:54 pm #19

"Britain was Germany's biggest trade partner in the world in 1914. And yet..... "

...and?

Read some historical archieves, GY. Railway to Auschwitz was the only line which was not bombed in Germany during WW2. If a leader is against the Jewish benefits, he is bound to perish.
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June 29th, 2012, 2:08 pm #20

It may be so. But as far as we are concerned we prefer the Jew over the Turk. Sorry about that.

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"The Turkish Cypriots looted, robbed and ravaged Greek Cypriot properties. They must start producing instead of being mere consumers. The Turkish Cypriots wanted to live without working!"

Major-General Bedrettin Demirel (1917-1988)
Commander of the Turkish Invasion Forces in 1974
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