Tuesday, June 4, 2013

"Bizonal" Absurdity

The current Cyprus talks are based on the "BIZONAL" philosophy. Unless I voice my objection, does it not
mean I indirectly endorse these talks? Or at the very minimum that I expect out of this process a solution that respects human rights to the fullest?

But isn't "BIZONALITY" by definition incapable to deliver a solution that FULLY RESPECTS HUMAN RIGHTS and a model that maintains the apartheid logic of 1960?

Therefore I say to you fellow Cypriot, unless you VOICE YOUR OBJECTION, unless you BECOME PROACTIVE in this life or death [for our existence] matter, you are rightly accused of being an accessory to a crime in the making.

And if your consolation is that you will say NO when required, in anticipation of yet another round of talks to reach a DEMOCRATIC "BIZONALITY" (a contradiction in terms), know that by then time will have almost solved the problem completely, with one minor issue in abeyance: The kind of CONTROL FOREIGNERS will have over what you falsely and naively assume as being "FREE" Cyprus.

VOICE YOUR OBJECTION NOW, not because I ask you, but because in reality you have NO OTHER OPTION:


Ps. If you liked this message, share it. Free [I use not the word lightly] Cypriots are the only ones who can lead their leaders out of the "bizonal" mess they got themselves into.

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