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Turkish president: Two-state deal only way for Cyprus peace

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Turkey should simply get out of Cyprus. Long over-due. They are as empire-belligerent as Britain. Their outrageous occupation of an EU country for so long is an embarrassing example of their influence on the German polity (Thus in turn EU policy).

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PaulToday  02:27 am JST

Turkey should simply get out of Cyprus. Long over-due. They are as empire-belligerent as Britain. Their outrageous occupation of an EU country for so long is an embarrassing example of their influence on the German polity (Thus in turn EU policy).

Totally agree.

And Turkey blames the Greeks.

Ben and Jerry's should stop doing business in Turkey, but they are too scared to rattle the Muslim world. Cowards.

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One blindingly obvious fact is that the Greek military, in comparison, is not e.g. occupying southern Cyprus.

The military presence, apart from some UN at the border is Turkish. Cyprus is a small militarily & economically weak country. Imagine another, militarily and economically strong country such as France or Spain was invaded by Turkey, what would happen? NATO and or the EU would force them out within hours.

Just as with Syria and with the attacks and abuse of the Kurd's, NATO'S spineless placating Turkeys return to empire-lust is at the root of the problem OK.

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