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"Homogenization , not genocide !" - an example of a "fruitful" discusion

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in response to reader comment: To: Ianus

Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Mar 15, 2010 at 06:40

Cagri wrote :

> I really see no way to have any fruitful discussion here, ironically, I felt the same only when I used to discuss radical islamists.<

If defining a genocide as "homogenization" and equalling Turkish jihad and Islam's criminal record to Catholicism in Poland is what you call " a fruitful discussion", then definitely you have to look for a very different person from me to enjoy "fruitful" discussions as it's not that easy to fool me with nasty circumlocutions and sematic tricks and traps like " rightful superiority and hate" that you keep brandishing.

> You can label any way you want with your interest into labels, but I have a life and no time for fruitless discussions.<

I am well aware of what "fruitful' discussion with your participation must look like to satisfy your ... Turkish criteria of 'fruitfulness'. I feel happy to be excluded from consuming the poisonous fruit of Turkish lies and distortions.

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