Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Cyprus is all fired up!

Christofias is proving himself to be an apt negotiator / finally putting to rest the myth of Turkish superiority in diplomacy! Bravo Christofias from a Cypriot who never voted for you in the past! If only you could be a little less of a communist in financial matters :) !

Failure to reach an agreement leaves the Cyprus Republic the strongest she has ever been (UN, EU, ECHR, energy hub, new allies who will not shy away from speaking the only language Turkey's fascists understand), with an unprecedented ability to properly integrate her legitimate T-Cypriot population [including those who left Cyprus as well to escape Turkish fascism].

Failure to reach an agreement leaves the Turkish Republic with an illegal occupation and colonization in Cyprus, and an explosive Kurdish problem at home for which she has no "acceptable" digestable response, as her own Kurds push for federation(con-) as per Turkey's logic in Cyprus! That last bit we should all enjoy immensely!

Τime, as well as justice, is on the Cyprus Republic's side! I agree with Christofias setting the rules for the continuation of the negotiations if Turkish intransigence continues, by reminding everyone the true essence of Cyprus' Turkish problem, but not just yet!
The guy Christofias should be talking to
Turks are slowly losing the ground under their feet. Wait until they decide to proceed to their next idiotic move, that of an illegal annexation, a forced move. It will be much better timing.

But times have changed and for the first time Turks are trailing behind tiny and agile Cyprus!
She's all fired up. Energized. Is it natural gas? Which kind it doesn't matter. Remember, Turkey is trailing!

To the Turkish Cypriots: come home, we don't hate you, but you are not equal. You never were. You never should have been granted "equality" and given super rights only to be abused by the puppet master, "mother" Turkey or "daddy" Ergenekon to be more precise. We will agree however to the same equality Turkey is willing to offer her almost 25% Kurdish ethnic minority within a unitary state. How much fairer do you want us to get?

And Lapithos, Keryneia, Morfou, etc., Greek since the beginning of time, will be majority Greek again in less than 10 years. Sorry if too harsh a prospect for you to accept. At least I am honest with you.


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As either unitary state or federation solutions are discussed as replacements to Cyprus' 1960 and Turkey's 1923 unworkable constitutions, should we abide by "if a right is a right too many for Turkey's Kurdish community (circa 23% of population) then that right is a right too many for Cyprus' tCypriot community too (circa 15%), and vice versa." Is the adoption of this fair logic the catalyst to securing just solutions for both UN countries.