Thieves on stealing
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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Sep 7, 2009 at 04:42
Thomas the Turk(ophile) wrote :
> What a ... comment coming from Ianus (probably Greek ... ).
I am Polish.
> Sumerians, Etruscans and Avars contributed more to European civilization then Greeks.
Sumerians and Etruscans really did. The latter even gave me the name of one of their gods as my nickname. Do you know anything about Etruscan mythology by the way, Moslem? And these ancient people have not had the slightest connection with the medieval and modern barbarian jihadist Turks.
As to Avars outside Turkish history books written in the Turkish Ministry of Propaganda and Self-glorification they didn't contribute - just like the Turks - anything positive to world civilization. Human sacrifices, using Slavic women to draw Avars' carts instead of oxen (compare the account of Nestor's Chronicle), perjury and boasting of being able to level Constantinople to the ground are indeed fine 'contributions' to world civilization! The savage Turkish mind must love it. It's the same sort of 'contribution' they themselves have made adding 'genocide' and 'janissaries' as their own genuinely Turkish inventions.
> Greeks stole much of history,<
Yes, they say e.g. that it was not the Turks that built Hagia Sophia and that every city and town in the so called Turkey of today is an ancient Greek city as its monuments and written records prove, don't they? ...But wait ...Ghazi Ataturk proved it's a lie and "in fact" Turks are Sumero-Hittites and Turkish is the pre-language of all humanity and Turks are the super-race the born Herrenvolk and whoever disagrees with Ghazi will be jailed for 3-4 years for 'denigration of Turkishness'... Article 301 of the Turkish Penal Code is another great Turkish 'contribution' to civilziation à la turque, isn't it ?
> like they still do with Turkish food (baklava, dolma, doner kebab)
'Baklava is allegedly so Turkish that its root is Arabic, its first appearance is mentioned in China and it may be traced to as different sources as Assyria and Mongolia ... 'Dolma' sounds proud but means merely 'stuffed thing', so that your claim is that before the barbarian Seljuk invasions of Anatolia no one in the whole Eastern Mediterrean world had the idea of stuffing vegetables , isn't it ? A very ingenious and weighty argument , by Ianus the Etruscan god of gates!
By the way, the Turks were nomads and didn't grow any vegetables or cereals as the sedentary populations did , so guess who stole what from whom? Interestingly enough, plenty of Turkish names for vegetables&plants (e.g.lahana, defne etc. ) even after the ruthless Kemalist language purges and heavy word imports and re-inventing the Turkish roots remain even today purely Greek.
And kebab is Persian not Turkish. Check its etymology and in general think twice before you produce any shoddy argument next time to boost your megalomania and blissful ignorance. Raving about 'hate-filled Christian fanatic EU members' is good for kindergarten discussions and the Turkish infantile-minded public. I myself despise the EU and my Christianity is nothing but your figment of mind, moslem.
> and Turkish Music.
Music is haram in Islam so how could you brainwashed Moslems claim to have contributed anything to it ?
In short, your reply reminds me of a thief preaching on theft... Alas, nowadays such absurdities as yours are no rare occurences ... especially on Friday in Turkish mosques.
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