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How about going back to central Asia where the Turkish barbarians came from? oh and good riddnace

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jan 11, 2011 at 07:23

Our dear Havas the victim of the turks and their imperialism is here to defend the devil that brutalized his own people

>So you see this map. what were the turks supposed to do. leave the country to you imperialists?

Oh yes and head back to central Asia and give the land back to itd people the greeks and the Armenians and the Syrians

Oh and the imperialists are you or did you forget

>we chose to fight. we won.

No you did not. as we have not seen the end of this tragedy

> and we sent the christians out.

Oh and in the process killed 1.5M Armenians shame on you

>but we were also sent to anatolia from the balkans.

And good riddnace

>you are so much filled with hatred

The one that is filled with hate is you

>that you can not be objective.but ı guarantee one thing. we people are not convinced that we did anything wrong ,that christians didnt deserve.

Shame on you for blaming the victims


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