past and present
Submitted by the Grand Infidel of Kaffiristan (Australia), Apr 19, 2009 at 00:03
Mr. Berk Akk (pbuh) writes:
"......is really difficult to understand racist rhetoric words against a nation ."
Who said anything about racism? Criticism of Islamic ideology is not racism - why do you link race and ideology together?. Turkey is not a mono-racial society - but it is nearly 100% Islamic. BTW, using 'racism' as a derogatory term is a tactic used by people who often have vested interests and no good arguments for their case and seek to smear their opponent. But while we are on the subject, 'racism' has inherent inequities and can leads to extremes of behaviour. Culturalism states the obvious.
". Fırst of all constantinapole subjects hapenned centuries ago ."
"2nd ,Are you native australan?"
Meaning am I aboriginal? Irrelevant. But if you want to take that route - what were the Aboriginals doing here? They invaded across a land bridge and a short sea trip - and wiped out an earlier group of aboriginals who were already here. And if your ancestors actually arrived from central Asia - what are you doing in Turkey?
"... if not what is your bussiness there.""
The story now (the period which we live in, the only time that can be really relevant for us) though is aboriginal people have as much (and in many cases more) rights as anybody else in this society to health, education, legal help, employment, social security etc etc. They now live in one of the world's most successful and stable first world democracies.
Someone was going to find Australia.and I don't blame the British for colonising. I'm sure the Aboriginals now if you asked them would have in retrospect preferred the British against the Spanish, French, Russian or Chinese.
"You gave museum lands to them of their own land:)?"
"....historical stories is not a science to judge people."
"....be also informed that Brain clearing is not proudable thing. "
It is more 'proudable' than having a dark and dirty mind full of ambition, superstition and non-facts..
"It is against humanity and it is a crime.."
You must be speaking about children swotting in madrassas ten hours a day. I agree, it is a damnable thing.
"3rd..Joining of turkey to Europian community is not the monopoly of someone or a country "
I'm afraid it is - it's the sole decision of the EU representatives in Brussels. It is NOT a Turkish decision - if Turkey meets their standards and the EU parliament want them to join and Turkey wants to join - then they can join.
."....while be also informed that not all of turksh people dying crazy for EC.."
I don't think too many people will be upset by that.
"Therefore dont be worry that not all people in earth willing to live in your jelaous world. "
'Jealous world '- what on earth are you talking about? The world is not 'jealous'. Why do you use that word, why bring up an emotion?
"....If this not satisfies you, you can built a wall around your country and live happily inside forever..."
people build walls for a reason - usually to protect themselves against rain and wind and cold. They are also there to protect the occupants from theft and attack. Why do you have a door on your house or apartment? If you are referring to the EU - it does have walls in a sense. It is protecting itself from cultural theft and attack. I'm sure any EU citizens would love to live happily inside forever . And I'm sure they'd wish that people who would seek to destroy or undermine what the already has - would learn to develop their own areas and live happily inside them.
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