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Barbarians demand "humantarian approach" to them!

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Dec 29, 2009 at 07:09

savash Karabulut wrote:

> To Ianus...!~ I don't know how you became brain-washed like this but all I can say, you can learn a lot from humanitarian approach of Turks. We ruled Europe, and some part of Asia and Africa for hundred years but we didn't change your language, religion or whatever.<

Emperor Alexios Comnenus in a letter written around 1080 (9 years after Manzikert) to Rober Count of Flanders writes :

" I wish to make known you prudence how the most sacred empire of the Greek Christians is being sorely distressed by [....] the Turks, who daily ravage it and unitermittently seize its territory; and there is promiscuous slaughter and indescribable killing and derision of the Christians. [...]
For they circumcise the boys and youths of the Christians over the Christian baptismal fonts, and in contempt of Christ they pour the blood from the circumcision into the said baptismal fonts and compel them to void urine thereon; and thereafter they violently drag them around in the church, compelling them to blaspheme the name of the Holy Trinity and the belief therein. But those who refuse to do these things they punish in diverse ways and ultimately they kill them. Noble matrons and their daughters whom they have robbed [of their possessions] they, one after another like animals, defile in adultery. [...]
Let us come to matters of greater depravity. Men of every age and order i.e. boys, adolescents, youths, old men, nobles, serfs, and, what is worse and more shameless, clergymen and monks, and alas and alack, what from the beginning has never been said or heard, bishops! - they defile with the sin of sodomy and now they are also trumpeting abroad that one bishop has succumbed to this abominable sin."

In short it is what the Turkish Moslem beast did and was after wherever he came - be in in Asia Minor, in Serbia or in Poland. Your phrase "we didn't change your language, religion or whatever" belongs to the most outrageous and impudent lies stemming from your barbaric ignorance and deep contempt for all the victims of the Turkish jihad.

> Maybe you don't know but most of people who visit to Turkey and invest to Turkey say that Turkish people are so industrious and quality of labor is so high, and also they are so progressive. <

Visibly, you want us to forget that, but whover criticizes Turkishness in Turkey in public is jailed for up to 4 years. It's extremely progressive and 'useful' to generate the ubiquitous atmosphere of conformism and complacency Turkey is notorious for.

> Anyway, my message is to you that, don't write here whatever comes to your mind blindly.<

Whatever message I might have to you, it would be waste of time to put it here. Sometimes there is a level of ignorance and mendacity that escapes the basic imperatives of common sense and reason.

> Nobody has a right to criticize a nation as a whole.<

I live in a free country where EVERYBODY does have such a right and is encourgaed to make use of it. That you live in an Oriental police state which makes you adulate your slavery is a hint for me not to follow your rotten servile Turkish ways.

> This is clear, and ... such a subject, generalization of the topic what you're attempting is so funny. <

Could tell me a joke about Kemal the Circumcised Secularist or Allah the Pork-Eater? If you can then I can agree you ahve a rudimentary sense of humour. Otherwise, don't deceive me or anyone else with being funny while you're nothing but a failed clown!

> I think problem is not in your eyes (you dont see the reality) but in your mind.

You are a Moslem, aren't you. And Moslems "don't think", they "believe". It's how Allah himself defines them. Now you have shown some of the absurdities you believe in -"we didn't change your language, religion or whatever." So let me abstain from welcoming more of your self-glorifying Turkish absurdities.I know them beforehand.

> If you're happy with building prejudice and barriers between nations, go ahead and carry on.<

Thanks for your generosity, Moslem. My mission here is to save and restore the truth from the ruin and depredation by Turkish/Islamic barbarity.E.g. A Turk tells me an impudent lie, say "we didn't change your language, religion or whatever" and I refute it and thus restore the truth : "The Turks did change language, religion and whatever they could and to promote Islam.Why did they rob Christian children to make of them the most hateful enemies of Christianity ? "

> if you're not, please think twice when you make a comment about a nation, faith or civilization.<

Honesty is the best policy, Turk... I call it what it is.When I see a barbarian bastardized parasitic nation that spreads self-glorifying lies and is after more conquest and enslavement of others, I call what I see. Sacrifificing honesty to pleasing the barbarian Turk is nothing but policy suicide . Feel free to be furious about my not being suicidal...!

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