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Submitted by havas (Turkey), Oct 31, 2014 at 09:36

ı completely agree with you. but this is true for every country in the world. some affected more, some less. in turkey human quality fell down dramatically. it was kurds before , and now 1,5 million or more syrians and many other most uneducated people are living with us. when people are like this, of course leaders( and the opposition parties) are chosen by them. ı have no hope for turkey and for the world. animals are better than humans.

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