Unless pro-Turkish reality has no right to exist
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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Apr 27, 2009 at 16:56
yasemin wrote :
>All you write is getting more and more fictional each day.<
E.g.? Northern Cyprus ...no devastated and desecrated churches and cemeteries ! All fiction of Ianus! Turkish school ... no superracist curricula and obligatory Islamization instruction ! All fiction of Ianus ! No best selling "Mein Kampf" in Turkey! Another fiction of Ianus! ... Just like in an old legend all yasemin the big Turkish Allah- and Kemal-inspired magician says changes into reality. Hence all she says about turkey "is" reality. All she denies ceases to be reality. In short reality for a Turk is something which has to serve his narrow-minded self-glorifying purposes. Otherwise it has no right to exist.
> You write long pretending you are an expert. All is a show.<
You don't write long. What for ? It's both tiring and may involve you into too complicated and dangerous arguments which as you rightly feel you are unable to conduct.
> All is fiction without imagination.<
An extremely imaginative remark... I presume another plagiarism of yours.
> One line from that another from this, one paragraph from whatever you fall on. Your resources of hate have finished I guess and you turned onto totally irrelevant sources and you're lost in fraud.<
Speaking of frauds you still owe me a number of responses to my comments on your absurd and fraudulent claims. Particularly I'd love to be refuted about the article > "We kafirs are "the worst of beasts in the sight of Allah" but "Do you hear any Muslim here insulting any other religion" ? <
> Try to be involved in some job and start to live. The world is real and hope you find your place on it to feel functional.<
You ... are no longer insisting on Islam's excellence ? Now you have turned to a Marxist explanatory system ? Interesting variety of phraseology and views.
> What you do now is the easiest way to feel existing; attack and get reactions from sympathisers or opposers.<
Now in lieu of a big Islamic theologian a big psychologist has woke up and spoken ? ... Continue ...
> And you have chosen the easiest subject; attack to the distant and unknown.<
"The unknown" ? So now ingoramuses tell us what "the unknown" is ? Anyway, have you ever heard of the logical trick called 'ignotum per ignotum' ? No? I may help you. In your case it is defining the unknown through ignorance.
> Besides you feel you serve your leaders in their plans of dividing and conquering the beautiful lands of ours.<
Our jingositic Turk sees another big conspiracy aainst Turkey? Good ! Fear is what Turks must feel ! It's how their brains get dystrophied and easier to be maniuplated by the present despotic gang in power.
You Turks have no land of yours. It's all stolen land strewn with mountains of corpses of previous legitimate owners murdered by you barbarians. But yes ... I hope soon you'll see Polish and Russian troops leveling Ataturk's mausoleum to the ground and erecting there public latrines where you'll be forced to go but instead of toilet paper you'll have to use Ataturk's works for the known purpose!
> Well, they are dreaming and you are living in your virtual world.
You are also dreaming about a Pan-Turkic empire and I am sure that sooner or later this dream will set all against you. And the day the US and Israel really abandons will be one of your last days. Northern Kurdistan is just a beginning.
>Hope you heal soon.<
For me you're an incurable case - "Degeneratio agitans Islamokameliana" .
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