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Our dear Yasmin and more Turkish delusions

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in response to reader comment: so free!!!

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 6, 2010 at 15:27

Our dear Yasmin whose ancestors the Greeks and the Armenians and the Syrians were brutalized by the Turks that invaded the Byzantine empire and destroyed it and she is another wannabe Turk and to add insult to injury now she is a follower of the religion of the Arabs

>How pathetic

But you know what? a committe in the House of Representatives just approved a resolution that there was indeed an Armenian Genocide and as if we did not know and as usual the Turkish Ambassador left for Turkey in protest on the first al-buraq flight just like his prophet and you know what? Good riddance

>Very interesting that people talk about Turks from another country.

Darling: Get used to it and we do not buy your Turkish BS anymore

>More freedom ha? We are living pure Hitler facism now.

Oh yes you are

>You are really comic.

Darling: the comic is you

>I write here and everyday waiting that my door will be forced open 5.00 am and take me into a cell, waiting for more than a year untill I learn with what I am being charged with.

Hint: write an article that says that there was really an Armenian genocide which is a fact and let us see what happens! So what do you think would happen darling?

>All Turkish intellectuals, journalists, university professors and writers, and the only and just only crime in Turkiye now

Let me guess: saying that 1.3M Armenians were killed in cold blood? Or that 2M Greeks were deported in 1922? Or that many Syrians were killed and brutalized in places like Diarbekir? Or that thousands of Greeks were killed in cold blood in occupied Constantinople in 1955 (oh thank you our dear Turk)? or that the Greek orthodox Seminary in occupied Constantinople has been closed by the Turks for more than 30 years? So which one is it darling?

> is being against AKP policies on strategies in the world and economical unmanagement and selling everything we habve to other countries and stopping all manufacture and agriculture and raising our debt to foreign countries twice that we had in 80 years,

Economics Turkish style! Sobhanallah

>which is the easiest road to loose all the freedom we have as a nation and individually.

You have freedoms in Turkey? Really? Again sobhanallah

>The rate of unemployment is increasing like a snowball, since the government closed or caused bankrupt all our factories. The government raised income taxes and VAT. We give 1/2 as income tax and 1/4 as VAT. We use the most expensive fuel oil and natural gas because of the taxes. Villagers are starving and gave up agriculture and livestock farming since instead of profit they are always in loss and their debt increases; so doing nothing is better for them.

No wonder Turks leave Turkey by the truck load not heading to Mecca or to central Asia where your masters the truks came from or where your so called prophet comes from but to the infidel west and why is that darling?

>There is no external enemy that can do so much harm to a nation as AKP. Taking revenge from secularism, and trying to isolate Turkiye so that they can convert Turkiye to Iran.

el-hanem el-turkiyya bitheb el-3ulmaniyya sobhanallah

Oh the Arabic? you can ask your Mullah to tell you what it means

>So we are so free! so free!, you can't imagine dear Sohel.



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