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"I will support them just like a rope will support a man who is going to be hanged" .

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), May 13, 2009 at 03:58

berk akk ,

... hiding ... behind the hijab of newly discovered skepticism don't improve your stand but only aggravate your case.

"Like a proud genocide denier does, you haven't anything to say "

>let me analyse your words.

-how come up your mind i am proud of something?<

Are you suffering from severe amnesia or rather trying to fool us one more time? You wrote May 10, 2009 at 06:40 : "Turkey is a country of innocence and freedom [...] Turkeys great peace policy on world [...]Both ermenians and others infact has a great country as their friend." ... to just take one little quote from a large thesaurus of your Turkish jingoistic hagiography. Now we aren't allowed to infer from that that you are proud of beloning to that which you openly adulate ? We should conclude instead you are NOT proud of that, shouldn't we ? Your 'skepticism' can't work as you're teh very opposite of a skeptic. You're too dogmatic and inert as you have revealed.

>-how did you invent that i dont have something to say. did you read my brain?<

No, your letters are a sufficient indication of what is inside your brain - factual emptiness and jingoistic Turkish arrogance of a remote descendant of Armenian or Greek janissaries.

"spreading malicious claims, haven't you?"

>if some one claim something is that mean malicious ?

That "something" pertains to c. 1,5 mln Armenians exterminated by Turks, including those exterminated by Ghazi Kemal personally. Your impudent claim that what happened didn't happen is more than malicious. It's part of the genocide itself. Its continuation with verbal means. But frankly, what else can one expect from a Turk knowing how the perverted Turkish mind is produced by the racist Turkish education system? One can't expect humanity from barbarians.

>Then what about yours?all you say is a fact?<

Yes, it is - as far as history is concerned. By the way, I am still waiting to see your promise coming true. You wrote Apr 30, 2009 at 10:05 refering to "Ghazi Mustafa Kemal's jihad" "I just read your comment.From begining to end it is full of wrongs.I can refute innumberable ways the items of jihaidst kemal claim." Not a single 'wrong" so far has been 'refuted' or a single word written. Amnesia again?

>-you say "i have to" obey your claims.and i say i dont.?who is the limited one?<

It is you , berk akk, who make unsubstantiated and impudent claims. You deny history, you lie insolently. You have not produced on a single occasion any relevan materials, documents, sources to substantiate any of your silly claims. And when confronted with them you evade, twist words, invent more fairy tales and excuses or change topic or howl "Dear brother... i am an ordinary citizen". (Apr 26, 2009 at 14:01)

>-i express my view points and you say it is propaganda.<

These are not your views. This is standard state-sponsored Turkish propaganda. You may be so brainwashed as not to see it. I do as I have met it hundreds of times in different places with different Turks expressing the same nonsense over and over again and when easily refuted becoming furious, swearing and threatening me ... so typically Turkish barbarity. But I am used to it. A Turk is a Turk just like a crocodile is a crocodile even if wearing a zebra's coat.

>Then what is yours? again a solid fact as always?<

Hard facts don't count in your eyes at all. You have your sublime "self-observation" that tells you e.g. that Turks are pro-American while the polls showing that Turkey is the most anti-American country in the world are of no value to you if they contradict your 'self-observation'. Your vicious and perverted methodology brings forth such masterpieces of nonsense like : "Turkey is a country of innocence and freedom".

>-do i have to accept all you say?<

You are not rational enough to be bale to accept a rational argument that runs counter to your instinctive pre-rational Turkishness (= old barbarity refined and reinforced by Islam and Kemalism)... It's better you accept nothing logical and rational. Be happy in your Islamo-Kemalism madhouse!

>İf yes what is the goal of personal comunication.To erase other side?<

Truth hurts , doesn't it ? And poor Turkish narcissists are so delicate like snow-drops. They can't stand the pain of recognizing what they really are - a curse to humanity.

"you must"you have to" that you often use is solid examples of putting limits to someone .is not?

>-do you support ermeni-turk brothership? i do....<

Armenians will be happy to have another genocide denier as a "friend" , won't they? Who wouldn't be delighted after losing most of their family members in Turkish masacres to greet a Turk , denying insolently all he has done, as a friend ? The Turk says after all "I support Turkish-Armenian friendship" , doesn't he? ... Well, Kemal's best friend Vladimir Ilych Lenin used to say on such occasions "I will support them just like a rope will support a man who is going to be hanged".

Submitting....

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