Submitted by susan (Italy), May 25, 2007 at 12:30
"Turkey is a peace seeking nation and we would be like Switzerland if we did not have such problematic neighbors."
LOL, rolling on the floor laughing.
Switzerland as a lutheran based country knows things like order, civil rights, precision at work, intelligence, literacy rate.
Turkey has got 40% illiteracy rates, women treated as cattle and a cult that believes the world is flat because the koran says so. Switzerland? LOL. Burkina Faso is a more appropriate term of comparison.
"Could you please explain why more Greeks live outside of Greece than within their borders? Is Greece such a terrible place?"
Because unlike muslims, Greeks are appreciated people that can integrate in any society, they bring a burder of art , culture, something that you turks don't even know how to spell.
"Also, the only thing Armenians want is "MONEY" from the Turkish government for compensation for the so-called genocide. "
do you mean that outrageous armenians asks what ANY OTHER PEOPLE VICTIM OF GENOCIDE IS ASKING TO SUPERIOR TURKS?
Still with their poverty rates, armenia has got higher literacy rate. Could that mean that you turks are not as mentally superior as you think?
"This is just a modern civilized version of the tactics used by the looting, raping, murdering Crusaders."
that probably saw what your prophet arab muhammad the warlord had been doing for centuries.
So now armenians are like the crusaders.... Are you so appalled that such a small country has got a full literacy rate while your women in burkas have not?
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