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Turkey - a harlot's virginity in crisis

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in response to reader comment: Strong opinions based on shallow information

Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Mar 5, 2010 at 10:36

Cagri wrote :

>This user comment is a very good example of having strong opinions with limited knowledge meshed with usual European prejudices about Turkey.<

You promise us a lot.

>I first intended to respond to inaccuracies, and baseless judgmental claims all around this particular user comment, but they are just too many and too diverse to take out one by one and respond.<

But -alas- "this particular user" is badly disappointed as you dismally fail to keep your promise. ;( It's very hard for him to deal with a "promising argument" which fails to ever materialize.

But courage, Turk! Don't be afraid of long replies! Show us all the unfathomable depth of your "knowledge"! It will serve your purpose much better than what you're doing now - exposing yourself inadvertently to your own criticism of "baseless judgmental claims" only because of your laziness and its good neighbour - "moral" superiority.

I leave the rest of your comment as useless without a reply and wait for your further Ataturk&Allah-inspired revelations of how Turkey's Islamic harlot's secular virginity can still be operationally restored.

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