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More Turkish delusions

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 12, 2009 at 09:10

Hi Ianus

I really enjoyed reading your blog and it does not surprise me as I do believe that the Turks must be the most insecure people on earth. Here you have an Asian group of people that invade and destroy the Byzantine Empire and then they also convert to an alien Arab religion (Islam that is) and in the process their victims (the Greeks and the Armenians and the Syrians and the Kurds) either convert to islam and abandon their mother tongues (be it Greek or Armenian or Syriac or Kurdish) and as vicitms of such crimes always do: they become more Catholic than the Pope himself. Or they are killed or expelled or forced to convert to islam and become Turks. (I'm still curious to know why did the invading Turks not become Greek speakers and Christian as would have been excepted) and in the process the victims deny such crimes and the Armenian Genocide becomes the killings and the Kurds are called the "mountain Kurds" and only Allahu a3lam and the Syrians? oh they never existed and the Greeks? oh they have Greece

Again as i mentioned before I suspect that deep in the minds of many Turks that this fantasy would come to a crashing end and I hope that if Turkey is to join the EU (and Turkey becomes a civilized place again) that the Armenians and the greeks and the Syrians and the Kurds take Turkey to the highest court in the EU and get back what belongs to them and in this case, as I told yasemin, nothing will be left for the Turks but may be they can head back to Asia where they came from

What is all this about that DNA business? I'm sure it is a crock

>To understand and counteract the perfidious Turkish mind and wicked Turkish aims it's necessary to bear in mind this deep dark side of Turkishness - the big historical lie upon which its claims and ambitions repose.

You remind me of reading an article by an Egyptian islamist that claimed that Amr ibn al-As (the leader of the Arabs that invaded Egypt in 642CE) lived in Egypt before the Arab invasion and therefore all the Egyptian Muslims are all decendants of Amr! Go figure.

But when confronted by the literary sources and the fact that 92% (see Gaston Weit) of today's are the decendants of the Copts and most of them converted to islam (the Copts now are 10% of the population) , and more damaging to his case is the importation of Arabs to Egypt was very limited and that the population of Egypt is the most homogenous population in the Middle East. His answer was then check our DNA and we have the same DNA as Amr ibn al-As!! Go figure again

I do not know if this is self hate or is it plain ignorance

You know I call the islamic historical tradition as the biggest literary fraud in the history of mankind but it seems that the Turks are very close second

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