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Whose guilt?

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Submitted by G.Vishvas (European Union), Nov 1, 2007 at 11:33

And what is USA's guilt in all this mess in northern Irak and about the kurds, who were badly let down repeatedly? Turkish ethno-fascism and imperialism were, are and shall be a source of big trouble always.

In typical rabidly-blind anti-communist way characteristic of US politics of the past 80 years Turkey was strengthened and nato-ised and is now proving to be a new threat along with its islamofascist ambitions. Turkish islamo-fascism is camouflaged, but easily discernible and recognisable. The kind of "blut-und-boden theory formulated by the nazis is very much alive in the turkish soul even today. A professor from Israel analysed what is taught to turkish children and youth in today's Turkey and clearly proved the existence of this turkish ethno-fascism.

There is much similarity between "Republic" of Turkey and Nazi Germany. The turks are doing it more cleverly than the nazis.

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