|Subject: Re: Syria Fri Sep 06, 2013 7:03 pm|| |
Yeh, and that.
|Subject: Re: Syria Fri Sep 06, 2013 8:59 pm|| |
- Tringreen wrote:
- Some, closer than others.
I can remember walking in the UN buffer zone that runs through Nicosia some years ago, is is only about 3 meters wide at its narrowest point i think, houses and factories in that buffer zone still have newspapers, furniture and cars from 1974 ...very strange and eerie indeed. Then you have the Greek Cypriots and Turks stood in the checkpoints staring at each-other all day, I dont think it has ever seriously escalated since the Turkish invasion but i am reliably informed that if the Turks have the edge military wise.
|Subject: Re: Syria Fri Sep 06, 2013 9:07 pm|| |
My father was Greek, and I don't like those nasty mofo knife welding Turks.
I think we should have it out with those nasty Turks. Perhaps Tring could arrange the catering?
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|Subject: Re: Syria Sun Sep 08, 2013 3:59 pm|| |
The worrying thing about the vote in Congress,due this week i guess,is that even if Obama gets a no vote,he can still take military action in Syria regardless.
Russia have sent more ships in to the region and China are sending some too.
I just hope Obama sees the light and pulls steps back from the brink..
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|Subject: Re: Syria Mon Sep 09, 2013 12:30 pm|| |
- Iggy wrote:
- Who is really interested that our economy has had billions upon billions of pounds stolen from it by the bankers and their Tory mates that we now have to repay for them, HHP anybody?
While echoing the sentiment of the post I do feel one should point out that most of the damage was done during the 13 years of the late Labour regime.
Had to log on here for a calm down, just watched that CNUT Kerry drumming up support for Yank neo cons latest money making scheme, now I do know that there is very little point shouting, screaming and swearing at the PC, especially when there is only the cat to hear you, I just can't help it.
Interesting that of the majors only UKIP are unequivically agin any form of military action here.