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Erdogan's days are counted. He has got cancer.

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Jun 26, 2012 at 19:18

havas wrote

>so we can conclude that turkey today is a weak country. mr erdoğan talks and talks. when they kill us he keeps on threatening. but nobody is scared of him any more...most people like mr erdoğan but not me. ı want him to be changed. ı want turkey to shoot israel ad syria military targets whatever the cost is. ı want revenge.<

You will have your change and chance soon. Erdogan has terminal cancer and he may feel lucky if he survives for two more years. Then he will go to hell where he with full right belongs.

And revenge may come true quite soon even though it is unclear whose revenge it will be. All the crimes you Turks have perpetrated are crying for a revenger. For centuries you haven't won any war with a serious enemy. So if the US military monster is not backing you this time, a war with Syria and/or Israel may end even more woefully for you than in 1918. Erdogan knows that and that's why he is so cowardly.

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