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If you expose evil, you reveal "a totalitarian mind" ! - a new "humanistic" approach .

Reader comment on item: Turkey in Cyprus vs. Israel in Gaza
in response to reader comment: re re re Ianus

Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Aug 15, 2010 at 04:51

Kaan wrote :

"You really reveal a totalitarian mind, which I have hoped that it would have been already overcome in certain countries in the former Eastern bloc"

Definitely, if exposing evil and Turkish and Islamic lies and half-truths is a sign of "a totalitarian mind" , then these very lies, half-truths and evil acts committed repeatedly and never repented by Moslems and/or Turks must belong to a humanistic mindset and be a sign of a higher moral approach according to your "logic", needn't they ?

"I repeat the Turk NEVER faces honestly negative evidence , NEVER admits his own crimes. Islam makes admitting and repenting them impossible."

"Because you're a Turk and a Moslem and Turks and Moslems always deny their criminal past."

"If you have really such an understanding of these matters, you are blind."

You preclude any possibility that I might have some experience in these matters, don't you?

> Anyway; I do not understand, why you insist that I must be Turkish and a Muslim (by the way, both is not correct).<

Who else would have so many problems in calling a spade a spade ? You keep telling me Turkish-sponsored lies and half-truths. But I am not going to leave them without a due response and exposure. This is why I have inserted a passage on Turkish mujahedins in Cyprus and other factual evidence. You didn't deign to comment on either. Why should you? It would undermine your impossible stand on the subject just as simply comparing the putative crimes of the Greeks with the real systematic mass murders, mass rapes, lootings and wholesale expulsion of the Greeks by the Turks at the explicit command of the Turkish government leads to exactly the opposite conclusions to what you are trying to sell here. But you apparently don't see this point and find those things equal, don't you ?

In short , seeing a variety of mendacious Turkish propaganda coming from under your fingertips what else can I conclude unless that I am dealing with a Turk and a Moslem or a close friend of both ? A sober civilized person could hardly deny reality and apply so much flawed logic to defend the indefensible whereas a Turk and/or a Moslem or their friends do such things routinely.

>My following comment is about inhuman acts in general and no excuse of Turkish acts, which you have just missed, as it does not fit into your mind world.<

You speak of "no excuse of Turkish acts" and yet instead of enumerating and looking closer at these Turkish acts, you shift immediately to the Greeks' acts and dwell amply upon them. I notice you haven't included a single specific Turkish crime. But how eloquent you're on Akritas and other things anti-Turkish instead which are so prominent in every Turkish propaganda newsreel and posting on any internet forum ! And you have no problems with all of that nasty strategy of yours. But I have !

What I have missed in your comment is your lack of knowledge of the subject matter and unwillingness to face and accept the overwhelming evidence on the Turks' barbarity. If anything doesn't seem to fit into anybody's mind, then definitely this evidence is unwelcome to you and doesn't fit into yours.

What is more, if you base your moral stand and "humanism" on ignorance and denial of what really happened and rely on what the Turks with their notorious record of repeated genocides and consistent genocide denial say to you instead, then I find much praise in your calling me "a totalitarian mind".


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