Sunday, March 20, 2011

The most important reality of all

In 1963 a document was put up for discussion by the Cypriot President, not dissimilar to what Erdogan is doing today in Turkey, putting up for discussion even the unchangeable articles of the Turkish constitution.

tCypriots, when merely presented with the 1963 ideas, opted to abandon their positions in government, a government they had been trying for three years to sabotage, to pursue a policy of self-segregation so attested by the United Nations, and bring havoc to Cyprus in 63-64 & again in 1974. Whatever rights they had are gone! The Republic of Cyprus survived despite them. The RoC is in the EU despite them.

tCypriots have but two options:

[1] renegotiate themselves back into the only legal entity of Cyprus, the RoC
[2] suffer the consequences of their decisions/lack thereof

The RoC constitution is all there is when all is said and done. The UN knows it. The EU knows it. The USA knows it. We know it.

tCypriots [their undemocratically elected representatives as they represent the will of the illegal Turkish settlers] and their pimp in Ankara choose to ignore the most important reality of all:

the invulnerability of the Republic of Cyprus.

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