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northumbrian


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Message Posted:
05/02/2012 21:23

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Some cheeky oik called John West has posted an ePetition to compete against the one listed by Marion on 17th Jan. Here is the text from the cheeky one:

There must never be consideration of Turkey becoming a member of Europe until it ceases it's illegal occupation of the puppet state of the TRNC and the north is returned to the legal government of the Republic of Cyprus.

So come lets see all hands to the pumps - get as many folks to sign up to this one:

http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/14563



karakum5c



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Message Posted:
05/02/2012 21:46

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he does good salmon



Marion


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05/02/2012 22:50

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good on yer message 1. whoever the cheeky guy is, he has no love, understanding, compassion, sense of justice, progressive thinking, or any of the human attributes that matter to help the world go round and go forward. so come on folks, sign up the petition that asks for us to be able to go forward in the wor,ld - in peace, I might add.



keith


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Message Posted:
05/02/2012 23:01

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Just signed

Keith



Marion


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05/02/2012 23:10

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thanks, Keith.



philbailey


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06/02/2012 00:12

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Msg1, please answer my question here



http://www.cyprus44.com/forums/84805.asp



before you lose more credibility



northumbrian


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Message Posted:
06/02/2012 00:47

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To Message 6 a.k.a. Philbailey. It is indeed the Greek government that does not want multilateral talks to take place.

With over 3000 forum posts, many of which appear to be "waffle" credibility might be something you should reflect on using the old saying - People in glass houses shouldn't etc. etc.



philbailey


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Message Posted:
06/02/2012 00:56

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Greek or G/ Cypriot

or do you think they are the same ?



A little knowledge is a dangerous thing



Maybe my opinions do not sit well

with some people

BUT my facts are right.



northumbrian


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Message Posted:
06/02/2012 16:00

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Neither the Prime Minister of the Hellenic Republic in Athens [mainland Greece] or the President of Cyprus who Iím sure you know is the official head of government of the Republic of Cyprus have any wish to take part in a multilateral conference. Fact.



philbailey


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Message Posted:
06/02/2012 16:16

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Actually the offical head of Cyprus full stop...



northumbrian


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Message Posted:
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Bingo

Message 10 - Ye riseth to the bait like a trout to the anglers Mayfly on the line.

Confirmation that you are one of the many timewasting numpties that occupy space on what can sometimes prove to be valuable forums tp those with genuine concerns or questions.

Get a life.



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