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The Kurds and the barbarians part two

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Oct 23, 2013 at 07:25

Our dear Servet the Turkish propagandist is admitting the obvious now do you think that I should tell the Ministry of Turkish propagands in occupied Constantinople that you wrote:

yes i am writing from the city which has been called as constantinople by greeks who were its previous owners and has been renamed as istanbul by its current occupiers who defeated the greeks and got the city (not the city only actually the whole of anatolia/asia minor) thanks to the helping soldiers and swords of kurds, a very very long lasting alliance beginning with the war of manzikert at 1071. (nearly a thousand years huh)

These are your words what do you think would happen to you? Let me guess they will fire you from little cushy job posting on the internet right?

you must be writing from the occupied USA

Yes I'm posting from the US where we are all equal

You? you are posting from Turkey where millions of its citizens were murdered in cold blood and to this day Turks do not admit that indeed these genocides took place

which actually belonged to native indians in north america once upon a time and than which has been occupied by its present owners after having defeated native indians. if i knew your city i would also provide you with its indian name too.

For the readers: this is the little bogus topos of how about your native people? as if Turks really care so read and laugh

Do you know what you are saying? You are saying that if Americans settled in the US and in the process many Indians were killed then what is wrong with the Turkish barbarians destroying and looting the Byzantine and then murdering millions of Armenians and Greeks and Syrians your ancestors our dear Servet right? is this what you are saying?

A Tukh who cares about humanity spare me this one and do you know why? Because charity starts at home where millions of your own ancestors were murdered

We admit the crimes committed against our native population Turks put people in jail or kill them if they admit that there was indeed an Armenian Genocide right?

But there is a big difference we here in the US admit that our native people were maltreated and now they are equal citizens

The Turks? they murdered millions of their own citizens the Armenians and the Greeks and the Syrians your own ancestors and they still deny such crime right?

kurds were actually very eager and happy to collaborate with turks on every term because they got a generous share of some of the most fertile and precious land on earth.

Oh the bogus claim: But the natives are happy spare me this one because if they were really happy then there would be no need for them to have their own country right?

and even now kurds occupy and enjoy nearly all the land and property left from the armenians.

Oh can you tell the readers what happened to those Armenians?

it is not turks who settled on the ex-armenian property in eastern anatolia but it is kurds. and now if they wish to create an independent state on these previous ottoman and previous seljuk and previous eastroman and previous urartu (armenian) and previous neolithic and previous bronze age and previous stone age societies i have no objection if they CAN. We can even move into your country if you can manage to create one which has freedom and prosperity and stability and safety and resources and democracy.

The Kurds did what they had to do to survive but they realize with the Armenians gone and the Greeks gone and the Syrians gone they would be next on the agenda of the Turkish barbarians

History Turkish style. The Kurds always wanted to have their own country even if they have to have a deal with the Turkish barbarians

as for religion i dont give a ... on any of them let it be islam or christianity or judaism so feel free to move your mouth around anyway you like. fyi i am an atheist.

Did I ask you about your religion? so do you think that I should tell the nut islamic cases in Turkey that you do not believe in their Allah? what would happen to you?

as for "barbarian turks" check http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genocides_in_history and see for yourself if you can find any major power not listed there.

Then you are really saying that what is wrong with the fact that the Turkish were barbarians when others were also barbarians ?

Do you know what this means? It means that you are indeed admitting that the Turks are indeed barbarians! Thank you our dear Sevet for proving my point

See? your poor logic and education is amazing

relax. there is a reason why kurds never ever had any real independent state of any sort. i leave you alone on thinking and speculating about what might be those reasons. please share with us your intellectual findings when you come to any conclusion.

The Kurds never had their own country because they have always been betrayed by others

servet çevikp.s. what sort of a "history lesson" are you planning to teach those students of independent kurdistan once you achieve this goal? is there any kurdish history without turks?

I will leave this remark to the readers to judge you

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Title Commenter Date Thread
2Kurdish Independence [130 words]emmettOct 1, 2013 11:46210162
2Putting The Record Straight [150 words]MozereOct 2, 2013 03:26210162
2Turkish imperialism and delusions [591 words]dhimmi no moreOct 26, 2013 10:27210162
about janissaries [61 words]servet cevikOct 28, 2013 14:44210162
yeni ceri [39 words]roger spleenOct 29, 2013 06:05210162
1The Janissaries were abducted Christian boys! What a crime [229 words]dhimmi no moreNov 1, 2013 07:37210162
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4The Kurds should have their own country [138 words]dhimmi no moreSep 29, 2013 07:57210125
3do your math carefully [319 words]servet cevikOct 14, 2013 16:21210125
3The Kurds and the barbarians [321 words]dhimmi no moreOct 20, 2013 07:56210125
5facts rule over our personal ideas and wishes [393 words]servet cevikOct 22, 2013 04:24210125
4The Kurds and the barbarians part two [904 words]dhimmi no moreOct 23, 2013 07:25210125
1Empires [142 words]Kemal TarikOct 25, 2013 18:00210125
3Exposing Turkish propagandists [48 words]dhimmi no moreOct 27, 2013 07:33210125
8a turkish saying goes "such amount of ignorance is only possible by special training" [1247 words]servet cevikOct 27, 2013 20:33210125
And there is a Kuffar saying: The Turks murdered millions of Armenians and Greeks and Syrians and they still deny it [65 words]dhimmi no moreOct 29, 2013 08:28210125

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