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In memory of the victims of the 9/11 atrocity may they rest in peace and this time a victim of Turkish imperialism

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in response to reader comment: Ianus--Stuck in the Seventies, blurred on the fifties, plain wrong about the forties

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 11, 2010 at 07:38

Our dear caleb al-Turki whose ancestors the Greeks and the Armenians and the Syrians were brutalized by the barbarians the Turks that invaded and destroyed the Byzantine empire and now he is no more than another propagandist and apologist for the turks that brutalized his own people right our dear caleb? Oh i forgot and our dear caleb is a follower of the religion of the Arabs right?how pathetic

>Under the Truman Doctrine announced in that President's 1947 Address, both Greece AND Turkey received not billions but hundreds of millions of dollars in aid, military and civilian in furtherance of **Containment**. This term for active resistance to the spread of Communism ironically was coined by then Secretary of State (foreign minister) Dean Acheson. Did the US taxpayer get his money's worth? In the short term, yes. The Royalist side prevailed in the Greek Civil War at a cost of 100,000 dead and thousands more choosing exile in the Communist lands. No one knows how many Greek children were kidnapped to East Europe,

Our dear Caled is worried about how many Greek children were kidnapped and sent to Eastern Europe! Sobhanallah a Turkish propagandist that worries about humanity

So you tell us how many Christian boys were abducted by your masters the Turks and converted to the religion of the Arabs and were sent back to brutalize thier own people the Greeks and the Armenians and the Syrians and those Christians that resided in Balkans Any guesses?

You see our dear caleb the propagandist charity starts at home

Shame on you

there to grow up both unwelcome and ignorant of who they really were.

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