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Old 03-05-2017, 06:54   #31
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..... the owners told them they did not need their kind there as Turkey as 80m people and can take care of their own and did not need foreigners -
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Bodrum: 79%
Marmaris 75%
Datça 80%
Göçek 84%

Avg.: 79.5%

This means that 1 in 5 people voted YES. Your friends encountered one of those in the 20% minority of the area.
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Old 09-06-2017, 23:18   #32
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Slowly the impact of the changed situation starts to get visual. A dutch, turkey born, writer Eus Cengiz reports on the dutch television about the situation in his (former) home country. Sunday he reports from the city of Antalya, in a preview he talks about ghost town and that man and woman are not to swim together anymore....

See the preview (dutch) Antalya is ‘spookstad’|Buitenland| Telegraaf.nl
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Old 10-06-2017, 00:36   #33
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There are many known forces who want to Destabilize the status in east med and Middle East for many years now !
They start financial and economic disaster in Greece ,war with 400.000 people dead in Syria , trying to create new state (kourdistan ) and divide turkey .
And the list go on and on ..
There will be a total disaster the following years and one of the most beautiful places for cruising will a place where the only cruising vessels they will be battle ships!
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Old 10-06-2017, 00:51   #34
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Only the first 6 months of 2017 greece and turkey had perform at Aegean Sea more than 60 nautical exercises with real ammo and more than 4000 daily Airplane flights..
There are flying more f16 than seabirds..
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Re: Turkish referendum passes, impact on cruising?

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There are many known forces who want to Destabilize the status in east med and Middle East for many years now !
They start financial and economic disaster in Greece ,war with 400.000 people dead in Syria , trying to create new state (kourdistan ) and divide turkey .
And the list go on and on ..
There will be a total disaster the following years and one of the most beautiful places for cruising will a place where the only cruising vessels they will be battle ships!
Quite true..
Dividing Turkey can take quite a while though..They have been trying at least for two centuries..

Despite this pessimistic outlook, both in Greece and Turkey's cruising grounds, the Business is as usual.. Maybe better than ever, less crowded ..

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.......less crowded.........
How true.

The government is as i think the most Destabilizing factor in Turkey, Trump-minor?

So now every report is propaganda? I know that tourism from Germany and The Netherlands came to an almost complete standstill... propaganda?
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Maybe yes it is sound little pessimistic Yeloya ,but with 400000 people dead in our neighborhood , it feels more realistic than ever before .
Until the end of June there are 4 navtex in Aegean 2 Greek and 2 Turkish ..
At the end we will have to ignore forecasts and tak Based on the navtex

Cheers mate !
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Isn't propaganda every where around and over us mate ..
The same people who accusing Erdogan are the same "Democratic people who made many little kids starving in Greece
And they provide the couch-thinking people with anything except the real facts with the power of media ,
Is there in European Parliament any real democracy left or Wolfgang Schäuble and Merkel and their Financial interests are the ones who decide how 700million European people will live their lives ?
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700million European people will live their lives ?
I think that from this 700 million more than 690 million don`t like them. My (Brazilian) wife hates them... why....
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