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Not Ianus, but great Jalal ad-Din Rumi will tell you why Turks are barbarians.

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Sep 22, 2012 at 13:38

mali wrote

> ... really. simply tell if turks having all these low specifications how did they advance? why their enemies could not gather armies of same size? lack of population? how did they destroy such big roman empire? were the romans very weak at the beginning? how can you fall into a hole of hatred of this level? ... <

I encourage you to read , despite all your resistance and unwillingness ("Ne mutlu turkum diyene" takes a heavy toll on teh quality of anybody's mind who believes that BS;) , my post " Wounds which a mentally sterile Asiatic horde inflicted on Christian civilization still bleed after five hundred years" with a bit of understanding. This will spare you much time asking questions that ahve long since been answered and making conclusions that can stand the test of sources and common sense.You can't imagine either that hatred is the most natural and reasonable feeling towards evil, can you? Your master of lying and genocide Kemal Ataturk didn't tell you that while teaching your illiterate horde how to write and to read. Sadly, teaching Turks how to think was never his priority or goal. And he accomplished his mission with supreme success, I must tell.

Anyway, there is one simple answers to your questions. Without forcible conscription of Christian boys( janissaries) the Ottomans didn't win a single battle or capture a single fortress.They needed 32 years to capture Nicea.You Turks were excellent bandits,kidnappers,robebrs,sadists,rapists but useless as soldiers.The sultan knew that and he relied on Christian boys to be the backbone of his army. It's so hard to remember,isn't it? As to the Roman Empire ot was only its weakness and divisions that allowed you to destroy it. What else ... could you do but destruction and havoc ?

Anyway, don't we know how barbarians advance in a civilized country?They rob, burn down, torture and kill. Then they occupy,enslave,change churches into mosques produce regress, and then they tell the world that sees this regress how "civilized" the barbarians are in their stolen clothes, stolen houses and palaces. Incidentally, I am still waiting for names of cities founded by Turks, in case your Turkish memory has failed you. But if you want to sincerely learn why they haven't founded a single city or town but just stolen EVERYTHING , great mystic and scholar Jalal ad-Din Rumi will explain it to you much better that a kafir like Ianus towards whom you as a good Moslem must feel nothing but disgust and rage.

At the end you ask me :

>...is your father a turk? <

I am amazed why you don't tell me directly without circumlocutions what I have heard constantly from Turks when things advanced to this stage " I will ..." ? Why this false politeness , why this euphemistic refinement when you mean such a vulgar insult ...?

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