you don't HAVE to join them
Submitted by the Grand Infidel of Kaffiristan (Australia), Apr 16, 2009 at 19:47
Mr. S. Taygun (pbuh) writes:
".....As I saw a lot of europeans are extreme racist and anti-Turkish"
perhaps you interpret them this way , and it is a nice try for a little sympathy - but their aversion to you and your kind is for completely understandable reasons.
".......They still see Turks, enemies of christian world etc."So taking Constantinople, invading Bosnia, Greece, the Armenian genocide etc etc was an act of friendship?
"Their brains are cleaned with christianity, fashism and antiTurkist sentiments."
well then, at least their brains are cleaned as you say .
"....Their minds are full of lies about Turks."
It's your right to continue to believe your own lies and I see you are quite expert at doing just that. But I have to ask, seeing that Europeans are so bad as you have stated - why would you, or should you, entertain the idea of joining with them in the EU. After all even your pedophilic 'prophet' suggests not to make friends with the Christians and Jews doesn't he? We note how you've relished keeping that end of the bargain up in your own country.
"....They are "two faced "about democracy, human rights etc."
even more reason not to join them in the EU, so that you can continue to enjoy the exemplary human rights situation in your own country.
"Turks are a part of European history since ancient times to-day."
So was the Black Plague - and like it, the limited Turkish influence was not a very good part of European history.
Turks are not christian people, this is the only reason for becoming an enemy.
Shame on them!!!
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