Melt down time and our dear Sengun and the "ottoman slap"
Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 8, 2009 at 19:24
Our dear Sengun whose ancestors the Greeks and the Armenians and the Syrians were brutlaized by the Turks that invaded and destroyed the Byzantine Empire and who is twice removed from his ancestors by becoming a Turk and adopting the religion of the Arabs. Pathetic indeed
>Hey, dhimmi no more (United States) !!!!!!!
And Hey our dear Segun the torkey (Torkeya)!!!!!!!
I said lots of things
>"But you know what? The Turks are only known now as those that make the best baklava and the best bide and doner kabab and those that move by the truck load to the West because Tukey is broke and the tiger or is it the wolf have no teeth"1. WRITE TO GOOGLE "OTTOMAN, "MAP",
Oh you mean the occupied Byzantine Empire the land of your ancestors the Greeks and the Armenians and the Syrians from time immemorial?
>2. CHOOSE "IMAGES"
>3. AND PRESS THE "ENTER" AND LOOK CAREFULLY THAT TURKS WHAT MADE FOR CENTURIES. 4. HISTORY DID NOT END!!!!!!!!
Amint billah (oh the Arabic? I do not translate Arabic for your likes)
Oh 4 long centuries of war and destruction and genocides and what is most interesting thing is that the Greeks left a great legacy in the Middle East and your masters the Arabs appreciated their learning. The Turks? They occupied the Middle East and kept it and its people in the middle ages until they were pushed back to where they came from. And you know what? No Arab in sane mind would tell you that they miss the Turks or their little sultanate. Oh doner kabab and baklava and now the TV sex soaps imported from Turkey are the only legacies of Turkey in the Middle East
And the wolf lost his teeth
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