Ignorance is bliss and who can be against bliss?
Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Apr 18, 2009 at 07:51
Actually wrote :
> I saw this thread by chance and was so much amused by the fact that you spend so much of your time writing ...remarks against Turks? <
I don't know how much time it took you to write this comment , but mine are written with a lightning speed. So don't worry about my time lost while disclosing Turkey's Moslem lies and Kemalist monstrosities. It's a well-spent and quite short time.
> One should wonder what sort of personal experience has caused your sworn enmity towards Turks?<
At first I wondered what - except total ignorance and Kemalist brainwashing - made you think that one could be Turkey's friend. But - on second thought - one shouldn't expect too much from a Turk, should one ?
> Can't you see, by writing here against the Turks, just like an angry dog, you are indeed humiliating yourself.<
Thanks, for calling me "an angry dog"! A word of praise from a Moslem/Turk would be the most humiliating experience I can imagine.
Keep your good advices to yourself and don't waste your precious time you might spend much better by praying to Allah and reading the Quran on addressing any serious points raised about your happy Ataturkestan. Dismiss anything critical and contradicting your sweet lies as 'anti-Turkish' and "islamophobic" (which frees you from hard work of thinking and arguing about it) and shout at the top of your voice as you all Turks do "Ne mutlu turkum diyene"... It's all you Turkish barbarians are worth for.
> ... Anyway, I am sure you are not taken seriously<
Surely, it's only such "scholars" as you that are taken seriously in Ataturkestan and Eurabia. Ignorance is bliss and who doesn't wish to to enjoy bliss?
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