Narcissism vs Truth
Submitted by Ianus (Poland), May 30, 2008 at 13:50
Mehmet wrote : "All what i say is true, you have nothing to say." + "if you are curious, i am just a carpenter, like wood, i gave a mission to myself". = Nice to learn all a carpenter says is true and what a non-carpenter like myself has to say is false, partiuclarly pertaining to such non-carpentry struff like Ottoman/Kemalist history every Turkish carpenter is so expert about!
"Your language is language of insult," Truth hurts, doesn't it? It has to! It's the food of the strong and the brave. Sweet Lie is for the slaves and narcissit minds like those of the Turks! Anyway, isn't it strange that the savage hordesmen are so vulnerable to the manly language of truth? It's really funny that all these barbarians can stand are oldwives' lullabies of how sweet and lovely Turkishness(=Turanian barbarity) is. They are all narcissists that have lost any contact with objective reality which they have replaced with a self-glorifying caricature.
"Its more than shame and ugly to talk about such big population of people of different thinking but this is you!"
It's sickening not to find any Turk ready to admit the historically best documented crimes commited in the name of Turkishness and Kemalism!!! It's a real scandal!
"this is your own picture,i have seen through your other writings, because of the people like you there are conflicts."
Yes, truth is dangerous. I do admit that and am ready to fight for it until my last breath because it is truth that is the foundation of freedom and freedom means that you can and should say to bastards things bastards don't want to hear! If this world is such a miserable place to live in it is because of cultures and mentalities like Islam and Turkishness that stand and fall with the Big Lie they have been founded upon! But the lies must be debunked and objective truth must be the ultimate aim of any life worth living! "Many people said many negative things because of their pains but you are at the summit even using Aristotle.
" Actually Aristotle never said anything like that. If he did, it pertained to Scythians and Persians. But no Hellene treated them as really human(=civilized). It was a thought experiment to show how ignorant you're. You don't even know when Aristotle lived, let alone who he was and what he did. You don't even know how to write his name ("Aristo"!) I didn't quote anyone except myself. But surely, I read enough Aristotle to know what he would think of Turkishness if had been born in the age of Kemalist savagery. Aristotle would be appalled seeing the cradle of Hellenism empty with stains of blood everywhere and Turkish barbarity triumphant, bullying and grinning.
"Answer this question : As a modern Greek are you able to read the original text of Aristo? My answer is definetely NO." I am no Greek at all. I did read Aristotle in original, I admit that. I know what he stands for and Aristotle's prose helped me a lot to learn modern Greek. Any ancient Greek would find it easy to understand dimotiki, let alone katharevouza. This simple experiment refutes your stupid linguistic claims with conequences for things you have not the slightest idea about, carpenter!
"You show yourself as a Pole but you are not. Only a Rum can be this much low, its that lowness led your ancestors to play famous " byzantine tricks","
I have the impression that this is an automatically generated reply as pre-programmed in every Turkish school. Totally thoughtless, disconnected from any situation and reality , yet sounding good. Stay in fools' paradise! Turcja jest zakałą tego świata, śmierdzielu turecki! (It's in Polish - my mother-tongue- and it's about you, carpenter! ;) "its because of this lowness now there are 800 thousand people is able to parade in Gay walk in greece ( about 20% of men popuılation of all ages 0-90 y. old) its just because of this lowness, a handful of Turks came and take over and kick you out although you were very very powerful.
" Another automatically generated message, brave carpenter? Recall instead the origins of the great Turkic race- zoophilia ! Ashina impregnates a she-wolf that gives birth to ten zoophiliac sons - leaders of the Turkic tribes. [ I suspect that dog's blood is flowing in Turkish veins. How otherwise could one account for the uninterrupted record of massacres and atrocities that invariably follow every place the Turks happened to "visit"? Give me a break! ] "...
You have language knowledge. if you have time come and see Fetih Bayram, ceremonies for 555th year of Istanbul's conquest." It's enough for me to watch 554th aniversary jollifications on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PppDpKc6ZA8 And read "There were apparently no celebrations marking the conquest during Ottoman times. The idea of conquest celebrations first emerged in 1938 to prepare for the 500th anniversary of 1453 in 1953.
Starting in 1939, President İsmet İnönü and the successive Refik Saydam governments took the lead in the preparation efforts for the ceremony. The founding of the Istanbul Conquest Association and all other efforts were conducted under the supervision and support of the state. In other words, it is not a ceremony that came about as a "present from the Adnan Menderes government in 1953 to anti-secular groups," as is often said". http://www.turkishdailynews.com.tr/article.php?enewsid=44800
"You talk nonsense like are you from propoganda office etc. such foolish."
How can I question the carpenter's wisdom? He has so many automatically generated replies in store! So if I may reply with an automatically generated reply I have come across recently : "Long live Turkish wood industry ! Long Live Turkishness! Long live Turkish narcissism! Down with the truth!"
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