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  • ross1948 3:28 pm on March 26, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Cyprus, ,   

    Lonely Little Cyprus Stands Up To Erdolf 


    Three cheers for Cyprus, for opposing Brussels appeasement!

    But was the Cypriot government the only state within the EUSSR compound to tell the Evil Empire’s ‘chief diplomat,’ the Spanish leftist Josep Borrell, that his draft deal – which ‘seeks to deepen trade ties with Turkey‘ –  is “totally unacceptable?

    EU Observer quotes a Greek source as defining the Borell plan as ‘closer economic links, mixed with threats. ‘

    As I have noted before…

    ‘EU Values’ – Israeli Settlements Bad, Chinese Gulags Good? 

    Brussels’ Borell – EUSSR Won’t Boycott Beijing Bullies

    …anytime Brussels makes threats, it’s paper-tiger time.

    Unless they are bashing Poles…

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    …and/or Hungarians

    Borell is fast shaping up to be as bad as his predecessor, Red Fed Mogherini, the unrepentant communist….

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    …who ‘represented Europe’ while never repudiating her close relationship with a notorious Palestinian terrorist.

    Erdolf is a menace and while his sort of authoritarian Islamists are running Turkey, and letting primitives pour into Europe…

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    …his country should get sanctioned, not sucked up to!

     

     
  • ross1948 7:52 pm on May 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Cyprus, , Nikos Nouris Interior Minister, , ,   

    Nikos Nouris, Man Of The Year? Telling Off Scumbags! 


    I admit to unfamiliarity with the politics of the Republic of Cyprus…

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    …but ANY country with an Interior Minister like Nikos Nouris is blessed indeed.

    Would you believe he was ‘criticised’ last week for saying words we’d LOVE to hear from Macron or Merkel…

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    …when they are confronted by pro-crimmigrant scumbags whining about the ‘rights’ of undesirable aliens.

    Nouris called the protesters “anarchists” and accused them of trying to steer off course the government’s response to a migration crisis…

    Nouris Nicos

    Nikos Nouris

    ….adding that “those who do not respect the host country have no place and no basis to stay.”

    According to a report in a Greek-Cypriot news site, his Ministry ‘has begun expelling groups of foreign nationals who have been turned down for asylum, citing concerns over security threats and changing demographics due to a migration crisis.’

    A bunch of Georgians were deported this month, but another load of fake ‘refugees,’ 150 Cameroonians, are going soon and ‘Syrian nationals also were said to be a high priority on the list.’

    Nouris has also declared he’s ‘ready to deport 17 asylum applicants who were being suspected by the Republic of having ties to terrorism.’

    Another Cypriot politician, Kyriacos Hadjiyiannis MP, this week asserted that ‘Cyprus was facing a “serious security threat” due to a migration crisis.’

    Citing a village called Chloraka, in the Paphos district, the MP told a conference that-

    “A group of asylum seekers from a specific area of [a] neighbouring country apparently with close links to the ISIS…

    ….exhibited violent and criminal behavior to the point that [local] inhabitants fear for their safety and their property…”

    https://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/mass-deportations-underway-in-cyprus

    Read the whole report!

    It just gets better and better, and his other observation will appeal to English readers whose cities are no longer recognisable as English cities!

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    Kreuzberg, Berlin

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    And Germans too, who can vaguely recall when Berlin was German.

    The interior minister has defended government policies on migration, vowing on Wednesday to “restore demographic character” and saying changing demographics was a real problem in Chloraka and other locations.

    via the Google app

     

    Sent from my iPad
     
    • Jacko 12:40 am on May 30, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I want to spend my holidays in Cyprus, just so I can shake his hand!

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  • ross1948 10:45 pm on June 25, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Cyprus, , General Assembly vote, , UN abstention   

    Brits! Boycott Backstabbers! Sock It To Cyprus! 


    Further to our recent look at Britain’s back-stabbing Brussels ‘partners…’

    As Macron & Merkel Stab Britain In The Back, Trump Stays True!

    ….it seems I omitted one important fact.

    Not only did a majority of the EUSSR governments fail to support the UK at the UN last week, instead opting to take the cowards’ way out by abstaining…

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    …but one rotten ratbag regime voted AGAINST!

    CYPRUS!

    Such shameful behaviour should not go unpunished.

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    Hasil gambar untuk fight back

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    But while you can take bets on Theresa May not having the guts to take reprisals against Cypriot treachery, there’s an easy way that everyday British people can impose their own sanctions.

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    I don’t have up-to-date figures but in October 2015 it was stated that the UK was Cyprus’s largest source of incoming tourism.  

    http://cyprusbusinessmail.com/?p=16023

    There are obviously ups and downs. but it’s very likely that remains true.

    So as summer ( an all too brief phenomenon in the British Isles) begins to evanesce, and thoughts turn to the search for winter sunshine…

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    Hasil gambar untuk boycott

                                        Hasil gambar untuk cyprus

     

    …STUFF CYPRUS!

    Only Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary and Lithuania gave the support Britain had the right to expect and Hungary especially deserves your tourist cash.

    But it’s not hot in Budapest in winter. Go there in summer!

    If you need Christmas heat, how about Israel instead!

     
    • Ashleigh 12:54 am on June 26, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I like this, the idea of doing something, taking action not just sending letters or signing petitions.
      If we look at the options there must be plenty of alternatives to Cyprus, even one of the abstainer countries, or stick to British territory and see Gibraltar!.
      However, Israel is not that bad an idea.
      I’ve never been there and would like to see all the old holy places. .

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    • John Marriot 1:44 pm on June 26, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I won’t be going to Cyprus again. .

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  • ross1948 3:11 pm on November 7, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Cyprus, , Ibrahim Marouf, , , , , , ,   

    Hey, UK! Ingrate ‘Refugee’ Savages Just Burned Your Money! 


    Several tents at the RAF base in Dhekelia, near Larnaka were set alight amid disturbances 

    ‘Refugee’ arson at an RAF base in Cyprus –

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    Bad enough that the British Government did not give the order to open fire on the riotous ‘refugees.’

    Worse that the RAF were not authorised to turn these swine back when they appeared off that Cyprus base in the first place. 

    Now the ingrate scum having run amok, arson and mayhem, they add insult to injury by complaining that a key UK military installation, not far from the Mid-East war-zone, has a secure fence with locked gates!

    Seriously!

    Listen to this uppity Arab, his arrogant snout dug deep in the British public purse. The dirty dog’s name is Ibrahim Marouf .

    : ‘The gate of the camp is always closed, there are fences all around the camp…”

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3306662/Migrants-UK-base-Cyprus-demand-freed-jail-allowed-leave-Europe-accuse-British-military-dashing-dreams.html

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    sorry

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    Well, dreadfully sorry, old chap! We’ll just leave the gates wide-open!

    Maybe put up a big sign outside, something like – ‘Welcome, ISIS!”

    A better idea would be to fly him back to Palestine, where he comes from.

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    plo.ira

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    Millions of pounds sterling ( and US dollars) are lavished, via the UN, on that PLO-run cess-pool, so let them take care of their own. 

     

     

     
    • Selmer 3:50 am on November 8, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I couldn’t agree more.
      These people’s lack of any sense of gratitude to the RAF makes me sick. They should have been VERY firmly put in their place by whoever was on duty at the time, though I think we’d find that ‘higher authority’ had issued kid glove orders.
      I see there are already a number of similar ‘refugees’ who have been living off the British tax-payer at the same base for years.
      All of them should be sent packing. And if any others are seen off the island, yes, turn them back, just as Australia so wisely has been doing. .

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