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newlad



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http://lt.webwombat.com/lt.php?2599





Are Turkey playing mind games,because they know that the e.u. needs them more then Turkey needs ther e.u.

Paul.



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Whoops!!!!!!!!



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http://www.onlinenewspapers.com/cyprus.htm



AlsancakJack



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You have got it in one Paul.

The ball is in Turkey's court. Just hope the players with the required goal scoring skills do what is required.

AJ



newlad



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Sorry about that,its the headline in Cyprus Mail,

Paul.



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Dear AJ, re msg 4

"The ball is in Turkey's court. "



Tell THAT to the French / Austrians/ Dutch ..



Ironically, they could be doing non solution fans like you a "favour" ! The RoC huffs and puffs but would be foolish in the EXTREME to use THEIR joker !



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Jack in your opinion do Turkey posess a Gary Lineker in the ranks or do they have a Gary Baldi,

Paul.



newlad



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mmmmmm,

I honestly believe that Turkey have more then one Joker in the pack,and perhaps hold all the aces as well,

Paul.



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Paul. Of course Turkey holds all the Aces. That's why the Deputy Prime Minister has given us the Guarantee.



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loadsa ms , thinks turkey will be split into 3 states ??



Lilli



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well they really do hold all the aces and a few jokers xxxxx



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is many ms turkish lilli? or just a joker???



newlad



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And dont forget the middle east waiting in the wings.And the Americans in the shadows.And all that precious water that they have in abundance,

Paul.



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Mark

Ref your message no:6

Do you really think that Turkey now wants to be part of the EU? If you can prove to me that Turkey are going all out for EU membership then I will buy you a beer. The indications I have are that despite America 'introducing' them to the club both America and Turkey are now reviewing other options. And I am sure you know what that means. Oh did I mention the OIC. Do a bit of research and be seriously worried.

AJ



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youll buy him a beer AJ , buy him a pub , youll be able to afford the small change ? and you say us jocks are tight lol///////////



newlad



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http://www.famagusta-gazette.com/link.asp?twindow=Default&smenu=123&sdetail=8228&mad=No&wpage=&skeyword=&sidate=



You dont have to be a rocket scientist to see that the talks are over.The blame culture from both sides continues.Turkey in my opinion know the best option(s)

and it doesnt involve re-unification,

Paul.



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Dear AJ, re msg 14



I'm "hurt" does the previous offer of a beer now resting on proving an intangible ? ;)



Organisation of the Islamic Conference ? ... a "smart" TR would be in both...



Pleased to see you are DOING some research, AJ.. Why would *I* be "worried" .. ?!



... I'm not Mr Erdogan or Gul and in charge of a country needing a BIG loan from the IMF , some of which might be to prop up a tiny "nation" .... I'll bet the IMF will have some say in how their dosh get's spent ;)



Who can give "guarantees" if they need to borrow the rent money ?



Lilli



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paul i guess you are so right how are you xxxxxxx



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The Euro will get weaker and weaker over the next few months. There will be major problems with all the countries that have the Euro. The strongest currencies over the coming years will be the , the $ and the Yen.



Turkey don't need Europe.



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loadsa ms is reading history books faster than a provident cheque collector can chap doors lol



newlad



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Lilli i am buzzing like a fridge xxx



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All the m's is fighting a losing battle. Juliet has already left the building. It's a shame I liked them both. I'm going to let them stay in one of my safe houses for free.



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Mark ref message 17

IMF, is it a done deal? If so then I missed the news.

AJ



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Mark

By the way if you have done your research then you will know that if Turkey does ever avail themselves of an IMF loan then it will be done under their terms. But I am sure you are already aware of the situation re Turkey and the IMF.

AJ



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Im just glad the TR and TRNC are not in dire straits like the awful "Eurozone"

Anybody that supports this corrupt, greedy waste of time must be deluded.



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No1 have you got bars on the window of your safe house..1,to keep them in,and 2) to stop them all going for them..I cant help but feel for them,just now.!! you will let them out once the except thing..brain wash them while tour at it.thanks,he,he,











Spider,x



AlsancakJack



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Mark

Ref: message 17

'I'm "hurt" does the previous offer of a beer now resting on proving an intangible ? ;)'



Don't worry I will always buy you a beer.



'Organisation of the Islamic Conference ? ... a "smart" TR would be in both...'



Why?



'Pleased to see you are DOING some research, AJ.. Why would *I* be "worried" .. ?!'



You obviously have not done your research.



... I'm not Mr Erdogan or Gul and in charge of a country needing a BIG loan from the IMF , some of which might be to prop up a tiny "nation" .... I'll bet the IMF will have some say in how their dosh get's spent ;)



Again do your research, if and when Turkey call on the IMF for a loan it will be done on their terms.



'Who can give "guarantees" if they need to borrow the rent money ? '



Do not understand that statement and bears no relevance to the above questions and answers.

AJ



juliet


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Its not only the cyprus issue stopping Turkey getting in the EU, it is there lack of human rights issues, Turkey want to join the EU but they dont want to change there backward thinking.



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Well if they changed it towards your way of thinking.....then they would really be in the ....



deecyprus4


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Tiggy if I may finish your sentence...shite



Tiggy


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Whyyyy Dee, I am t o much of a gentleman to be using true words like that!



thank yo ufor coming to my rescue.



mmmmmm



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Dear AJ, re msg 28



If you THINK I'm not well-versed / researched as to the OIC, please tell us why ! It is a subjective statement you made.



"if and when Turkey call on the IMF for a loan it will be done on their terms. "



I'm sorry, AJ, but countries in a financial mess don't dictate terms..



The "rent" reference was concerning the money required to be sent to keep "TRNC" in it's surreality - unsustainable - and we both know it.



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Turkey does not appear to be a country in a financial mess, desperate for an IMF loan.



The recent IMF loan proposals were rejected by Turkey. The IMF are currently proposing much more amenable terms for any loan.



Turkey appear to have the 'whip-hand' here. One piece at:





http://www.starkibris.net/international/index.asp?haberID=2579



newlad



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http://www.northcyprus.biz/north_cyprus_FeedRedir.asp?FID=9077





Just an update,

Paul.



newlad



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http://www.northcyprus.biz/north_cyprus_FeedRedir.asp?FID=9076



Excellent article that is well worth a read,

Paul.



newlad



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http://www.northcyprus.biz/north_cyprus_FeedRedir.asp?FID=9070



ROBnJO


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Paul



Good articles. Good find.



Rob



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