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who makes the Turkish military?

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Submitted by Asean (Turkey), Jun 12, 2010 at 05:00

All Turkish people as the widespread saying puts it: "Every Turk is born a soldier". Therefore, military can never lose in any case and in any circumstances. We are all uniformed (men/women) and uniformed (men/women) soldiers of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.

So, you are wrong. Retired military officials were arrested mainly. Plus military does not need the intervention in 2010. There is no fear of cold war and etc. We will vote when time comes.

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