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Long Live Turks

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Submitted by mehmet (Turkey), May 31, 2008 at 07:18

No pole can be this much. you are using rum fascist terminology and most perhaps only a rum residing in poland. But this is not the main point anyway stay in you hole whereever it is.

Do not try to give me lang lessons about aristo name, this is like this in Turkish and i am not an English language expert.

You mis-lead and pull every word to your desired point.you are real dirty chewing gum that is spreading your dirt everywhere, answer the following:

what happened in 1920 s all of a sudden and we commited crimes? and why not it happened throughout hundereds of years and just in the beginning of 20 th century?

You are such manly and we are something else, huh, if you are a man then manness is not a good thing. Truth is not in your monopoly.

But one thing you spoke very true, its true that Fetih Bayram was not existing in Ottoman time, and there was no kind of hesitation or complex, and on lately printed gold coins it says konstantiniyye, which is Konstantinopol, because of idiotic fascist attacks from rums like you, there has been reactions to these kind of usages, otherwise it doesnot mean anything. Because of this also from other side (we) there are collective ideas to provoke your frustrations and finally it find its shape in Conquest Celebrations.

A pole cannot be low like this, its impossible, in the history we protected their existence and independence against other powers in Europe, Adam Mickiewicz ( donot judge lang if wrong) has home in istanbul, there is a polish village here who seeked refuge. if you are not a rum i will throw myself to black sea, you are definetely a rum who has knowledge of polish and reside there.

Dont question ethnic roots of turkish important people like ataturk, it doesnot mean anything. Turkey is a harmony of balkanic, caucasian and anatolian people alltogether. There are more albanians here than albania itself, more georgians than georgia itself, more bosniacs than bosnia, and many other ethnic backgrounds MR GREAT FASCIST, its hurting your soul isnot it?

You just read" istanbulu fetheden yeniceriye gazel" of yahya kemal, because i feel exactly same as in this poem against crusader looter minded people like you.MR INFERIOTY COMPLEXED MAN.

our existing is your damnness, burn in your own hell, soryy i now will listen to Beethovens Turkish March and some classical turkish music composed by Rum and Armenian masters and watch the minarets of St.Sophia from my balcony.

Best Regards (to viewers)

mehmet

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