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Hunnic DNA of modern Turks

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Apr 10, 2009 at 09:27

yasemin wrote :

> I love Greeks, Syrians, Kurds and Armenians.<

Do you also love the mountains of Greek , Syrian, Kurdish and Armenian corpses your jihadist despotic Turkey has been built upon? Or is it rather the Greek-Armenian-Syrian property and land that your forefathers robbed and Islamized through genocide that you prefer ?

> And recent DNA researches shows clearly that Turks had been in Asia minor and some parts of Italy before the Byzantines. Had to move to Asia and came back..<

Interesting! Indeed, history knows something about them. Turkish "tourists" who as the Hunnic hordes crossed the Volga around A.D.375. They left behind nothing but deserts , heaps of skulls and smouldering ruins where before stood flourishing towns and populous villages. They were so savage and brutal that even the most barbarian tribes on their way were horrified by their mongoloid ugliness and diabolical atrocities. Ammianus Marcellinus has a good description of these "great" ancient Turks. Later , around 453, after their defeat on the Catalaunian Fields two years before, the Huns were unlucky enough to provoke through their extortions and terror a great uprising of the oppressed nations whose memory have been preserved in the old Germanic legends. The Turkic Huns were defeated and had to flee back to where they had come from or wherever no one hunted those former head-hunters. It's true that the atrocious Hunnic incursions had affected both Asia Minor and Italy.

> But is this important?<

But is it important ? Good question!

Yes, it is very important. It's how Europe first got to know the real Turk. Expelled from Central and Western Europe the Islamized Hun returned through Asia Minor and the Balkans a few centuries later. This Hunnic DNA of the Turk of today helps a lot understand and explain his Ottoman-Kemalist descendants' consistent criminal record, recidivist atrocities and his notoriety as the inventor of genocide.

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