Fre in Germany - outcry in Turkey. Turkish barber beheaded in Saudi Arabia - secularist silence
Submitted by Ianus (Poland), May 3, 2009 at 08:03
BERK akk wrote :
"There are more than 100,000 Turkish citizens living happily in Saudi Arabia"
> more than 2 milion only in germany<
I'd add one million at least ... Anyway, the difference is that when in Ludwigshafen a house with a Turkish family inside was on fire, the Turkish media and government made a hell of it , blaming , bullying and swearing against German 'Nazis' and the German authorities for their anti-Turkish sentiments. [ Trotzdem ist die türkische Presse schon jetzt überzeugt davon, dass es sich um einen rassistischen Anschlag handelt. "Nazi-Panik in Deutschland" titelte heute das Boulevardblatt "Aksam", "Solingen kommt zurück" schrieb die "Yeni Safak", und auch für "Sabah" müssen es Neonzis gewesen sein, stand doch auf einem Graffito nahe des Unglücksortes geschrieben: Alle "schmutzigen Türken" müssten umgebracht werden.] That aTurk beat up a fireman was - of course - none of any Turkish journalist's business at all. What for ?
Now when in Saudi Arabia a Turkish barber is beheaded there is no outcry, no dark forces are to blame, no Turkey's secularist and national honour to defend ... Well, all Turks - be they secularists or otherwise agree afte rall that sins against Allah are impardonable and when a Turkish 'secularist' Molem happens to curse His name among so friendly and pro-Turkish Saudis Allah can be appeased only by the head of the blasphemer rolling in the dust. It's as natural as denouncing the infidel Krauts, isn't it ?
"current trade volume between Turkey and Saudi Arabia stands at 5.5 billion USD"
> almost every country purchase oil from S.A.Trade volume of America , uk maybe 100 billion dollars<
As far as I know most oil in Turkey comes first from Russia, then Iran and Azerbajan through the pipeline to Ceyhan, Saudi Arabia is the third exporter. The rest is safely smuggled from around Kirkuk or Mossul in Northern Iraq. It's a flourishing business there from which the Kurdish state profits a lot too.
But there is more than just oil in this sudden Turkish-Saudi love affair.
"Turkic superrace from which they all have evolved according to the Ataturkish theory of everything "
>There was never such supperace theory from ataturk .some nationalist terms supported by mariginal tool groups.all countries have such groups.<
Of course, he taught this garbage. If there were no Turkish superrace , then how could he claim the Turks are the founders of all civilizations ? Who were the Turkish fathers of all civilization then? To quote a contemporary 1936 article from NYT :
"The Turks reached, in remote ages, a high state of culture which, during migrations into China, India, Mesopotamia and Asia Minor, they spread among the less enlightened peoples. They should therefore really be considered the fathers of civilization and possessors of one of the greatest and most glorious histories in the world.[ ...]the Turkish theory claims that the Sumerians, being Turks, originating in Central Asia, all languages also consequently originated there and first used by the Turks.
"theory of everything "<
>If you mean sun language theory .we can discus about that if u want what exactly the mean from my point of wiev<
"Your point of view"?...Tell us what you were taught at school and what your son will be soon taught in that respect , if you can or are willing to.
< Evolution science says organisms devoloped ability to react against non-amicable behaviours:)<
Good excuse for Turks to behave like beasts of prey and simultaneously blame the victims for anti-Turkism, hostile propaganda, being influenced by Greeks, Armenians or Russians and play the farce of victimization ...
"No one who refuses to accept the unpleasant truth gets a single amicable word from me".
> There is no chance for a discussion.<
How true! Every time I show you that you overlook crucial facts or distort them, draw false conclusions or try to mislead the reader to satisfy your Islamo-kemalist superego you fail to respond , face the charges and instead jump to another distant subject for safety as if playing the 'hide and seek" game with me. What sort of 'discussion' is it ? Another Turkish mascarade !
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