So what did we learn from our dear "actually"? Nothing actually
Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 18, 2009 at 07:42
Our dear actually who is another vicitm of the Turks and their imperialism and colonialism wrote
And "hey" to you too
>I saw this thread by chance
Really? so you are not part of the propagnada machine in Ankara?
> and was so much amused by the fact that you spend so much of your time writing ...
OK so what is wrong with that ?
>remarks against Turks? One should wonder what sort of personal experience has caused your sworn enmity towards Turks?
Let me see: the bloody past of the Turks as in the case of the Armenian Genocide and the fact that your ancestors the Greeks and the Armenian and the Kurks and the Syrians were brutalized by the Turks and the fact that you have no clue that you are a victim too but what is most absurd the Turks got your ancestors to convert to the religion of the Arabs and now you want to join the EU. No wonder that people like you are very insecure about who they really are
>Can't you see, by writing here against the Turks, just like an angry dog, you are indeed humiliating yourself.
And let me paraphrase what you wrote: and you our dear "actually" "Cannot you see by writing here in favor of the Turks that brutalized your ancestors you are like an angry dog who would like would like to make his masters the Turks happy. You are indeed humiliating yourself"
See? you are your worst enemy
>... Anyway, I am sure you are not taken seriously
If so then why did you reply to him?
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