The reason the Annan Plan was rejected was because it was hardly a "unification" plan. It was a plan serving Turkeys best interests and not Cyprus'.
though i somewhat agree on your point of view on the cyprus issue, and it is true that irlandahye's comment is quite naively, and blindly antiturkish biast, i do not appreciate the comment, if you consider yourself a respectful civilized individual i mean.
There have been studies which prove that Turkish and Greek Cypriots share the same gene pool.
there is always some mixing of course. but that does not mean greek cypriots and turk cyps have the same genetic background. since there have never been many turks on the island, their genetic influence must be somewhat minimal.
just like, armenians and turks share some common genes, after centuries of rape, and armenian children growing up as turks, but we are still 2 distinct peoples, with distinct cultures, and genetic backgrounds.
If they wanted Turkish Cypriots out there wouldn't be Turkish signs all over the Greek side, there wouldn't be Turkish writing on their money, Turkish would not be one of the 2 official languages....I could go on and on but I don't think I need to...
i know armenian cypriots, and from what they tell me, the 'bilateral agreement' thing is not so black and white for the greek side.. i don't know about the turkish side, since there arn't any armenians there to talk to
Now get out of the Cyprus forum and go back to the Armenian one where you might have some valid arguments...
as i have mentioned earlier, i have armenian friends on the island, and if you have looked at any other post of mine, you would see that cyprus has once been part of an armenian kindgom. this meaning, we armenians have as much right as you, turk, for being on this thread.
mordoth does not seem to mind writing in the armenian, or even kurdish, or iraki, or algerian parts of the forum, why would we not be allowed to , out of interest, or curiosity.
but the reality is that up to now, there has only been mordoth, writing on this thread, and it is still interesting to read the perspective of an islander turk, rather then a Greywolf supporting Bolistsi