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in response to reader comment: Debanjan Banerjee's ideas about surplus Kurdish population

Submitted by Debanjan Banerjee (India), Nov 8, 2011 at 20:21

Please point out which ways do you think my arguments need to be rebutted here and why do you think they are dangerous ?

See it was the originial idea of the Europeans to settle their surplus populations in far away places like the New World , Canada and Australia and that is why these communities and nations have come about.

So my suggession is that the mountain-locked Kurdish territories is not the place to feed al the growing populations of Kurds there and so the question of a resettlement is a good one.

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