Important pro-Turkists and Kemalist slaps
Submitted by Ianus (Poland), May 6, 2009 at 08:55
Sengun wrote :
Lady Yasemin will be very grateful to you for your 'slapping' assistance. Hopefully, this will rid her of the unpleasant necessity to answer my comment and admit her glaring ignorance and buffoonery. Otherwise she will have to go on and show more of her ignorance and buffoonery.
> Unfortunately everywhere is full of these kind of unimportant people and decision-mechanisms are generally depend on these anti-Turkish sentiments, especially issues concerning Turks and Turkey.<
I wonder how anti-Turkish sentiments might affect issues not concerning Turks and Turkey? ... Has anyone ever seen "anti-Turkish sentiments" in action on issues concerning Eskimos and polar bears ? ...
> My words are not a simple reaction against these "unimportant anti-Turkists". <
I see. They are an implicit attempt to show how important you are, Turkish apologist, and how all-important pro-Turkists are.
> I want to reflect their double standards to them or to hit an Ottoman slap on their faces.<
What you have reflected is lack of logic and more buffoonery, so typical for your superior Turkish race. It's interesting you keep speaking of "Ottoman slaps" and not of "Kemalist slaps". What's wrong with the latter? In Ataturkistan Kemalist slaps are no longer fashionable or there are no rayas to slap and thrash at will ? Anyway, your Ottoman slap may soon return to you with double force and be reflected upon your own face so that it will look like the Ottoman=Kemalist flag.
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