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More Turkish delusions: The great ghazi Mehmet was half Armenian what a scandal

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 5, 2010 at 06:39

Our dear oguztogla is trying to tell us that those pesky Greeks never existed

>Konstantin was not even Greek .
He was not even Orthodox.
He was not even Christian.
He was a pagan albanian roman.

But our dear oguztolga your little idol Mehmet II responsible for the sacking of Constantinople rememer? his mama was Armenian (gasp!) and Christian (gasp again!)! What a fadiha (oh do not panic fadiha is an Arabic word the language of your masters the Arabs means scandal!)

The great ghazi was half infidel and half Christian and half Armenian! What a fadiha

Oh I forgot and he really did not care for women as he enjoyed the company of good looking young men and what a fadiha he was a khawal (oh this is Arabic and I will leave it to your imagination to guess what it means) and i suspect that he is residing in his allah's little heaven enjoying Allah's little ghulman as the poor guy would not have cared about Allah's 72 virgins

So now let us talk about you: What is your back gorund? Let me guess: Greek? or is it Armenian or is it Syrian?

But again there must be some cockamamie theory in Turkey that when the barbarians the Turks invaded the Byzantine Empire all the Greeks and the pesky Armenians and the Syrians all packed and left and that your likes is a pure Turk right? You know what i call this: I call it delusion


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