Friday, December 24, 2010

Silent & Majority | Christofias' proposals

The silent majority of decent CYPRIOTS who genuinely care for the future of their country do take a stand and they say to their leaders that the continuation of the illegal occupation is preferrable to signing away the Republic of Cyprus and along with it our dignity as a people.

The silent majority of decent people who genuinely care for the future of their country do take a stand and they say to their leaders

[a] to reach a solution which safeguards all the rights of all her citizens

[b] to mistrust the country that while unable to solve her own ethnic minority problem after 87 years and 45.000 deaths, wishes to assume the moral high ground & preach us on democracy and community relations

[c] to reject British [et al] admonitions to allow a fascist Turkey have a defining role for Cyprus' way forward & remind the UK of her obligations for the integrity of the Cyprus Republic

[d] to support President Christofias' proposals as the only commonsensical way forward, i.e.
  1. Exchanging Varosha for direct trade under the EU; 
  2. An international conference dealing with international agreements and treaties relating to the island (e.g. treaty of Guarantee, etc.);
  3. The property issue to be linked to the issues of territory and illegal settlers from Turkey;

The opening of the port of Famagusta under the EU is a no brainer to all. Except Turkey. Why? Because Turkey's ultimate goal has nothing to do with bringing the two communities together. Her goal is the execution of the final chapter of Ergenekon's designs for Cyprus: formalization of partition.

We must not let her succeed!

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