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Our dear yasemin so what is the name of that priest that told you that all was Ok for non Muslims in Torkeya? Let me guess you made this one up

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 17, 2009 at 07:42

Our dear yasemin whose ancestors the Armenians and the Greeks and the Syrians that were brutalized by the Truks and now is removed twice from her past by becoming a Turkish speaker (instead of speaking any of the languages of her ancestors be it Armenian or Greek or Syriac) and whose ancestors were forced to convert to the religion of the Arabs and now is begging to be part of the EU and now she is here defending the evil how pathetic

>Dear Taygun,

Another torkey (The Arabic word for Turkish) like you

>There are some fanatics everywhere.

Really? so when things do not go your way you call people fanataics? if so so where do I line up to join millions of other human beings that do not buy your Turkish BS that there was no Armenian Genocide or your little bogus claim that DNA studies prove that the Turks lived in Italy and Greece long time ago and for reasons unknown they left and then came back?let me guess they left so they can destory other empires and they came back so they can destory other empires right?

You see darling the fanatic is you we are only telling you what you historical sources tell us

>And if one is fanatic he needs enemies.

I read this as you have no answers and you are a demagogue

> These people here insult to us,

ReallY? where did we insult you? Oh let me guess because we told you that your blogs are bogus and that what you are posting is no more than BS?

>Turks which they know nothing about and this way they feel important.

Oh our dear yasemin is playing "psychologist"

>Unimportant people feel elevated only this way.

So why do you reply darling? Could it be because the propaganda machine in Ankara tells you to do so?

>These here ofcourse represent only some of the Americans.

Oh the old "limit the damage of the bad odor by blaming the dog" and this one does not work either

>Once I had listened to a priest on the TV in USA. He had talked a complete hour about how secular Turkey was and how any non-Mouslim had never had any problem in Turkey etc.

Really? could you get me his name? and let me see he also said that there was no Armenian Genocide. Right? and now you either provide us with his name or you and you must pardon me shut up. What a fake

>This was before the second Gulf War. When we did not agree to participate in Gulf war, everything changed immediately. I am sure these days no priest is talking like this on TV.

Could it be because there was no such priest ms ignorant?

>It had been and will always be like this. If you agree with them they love you, once you do not they hate you.

No it is because Turks like you are realizing that we do not buy your Trukish BS

>It is so simple.

What is so simple? that you are beyond clueless?

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