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MrH went too far. His ideas of "Greeks" and their capacity, only reflects badly on their contemporaries no different, like the "Turks". No doubt MrH takes delight in publishing their scribblings, sad MFs. America is a BBF. What is presented to Cypriots is not yet clear. Nothing but a State, where Cypriots can call themselves' Cypriot, and where they are represented as such can exist, if there also exists another level of Government where as Individuals, Cypriots may choose to identify themselves as Persons, Constituencies, as well.
You seem to believe that what is being presented is the only choice: not so. And as i have said many times before, the debate is flawed. It is designed to satisfy the "Greeks" and the "Turks". Their intention is to deny Cypriots an existence, to usurp their sovereignty, as well as degrading them to a non- existence. Don't be fooled.