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Enemies and friends of barbarity

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Sep 25, 2011 at 10:51

MAli wrote :

"... you are a clear enemy of Turkish identity"

I am a clear enemy of barbarity while you seem to be its clear and ardent friend and admirer.I understand that with the degree of "freedom" prevalent in Turkey you don't have too much choice anyway.

" i read some of your posts"

Frankly, they deserve better readers than Turks.

" if these people are like what you said how were they able to manage such a complex empire spanning from vienna to uganda , morocco to caucasia, and how nthey created it?"

Through jihad, terror,exterminations,genocides,deportations and forced conversions the parasitic Turks enslaved and barbarized many flourishing and highly civilized countries.Small wonder then that this jihadist empire grew dysfunctional so quickly and crumbled so completely as it was not reformable.And had France,the British Empire and Germany not supported it for centuries it wouldn't have survived until 1923.Most probably it would have collapsed as early as its wars with Catherina the Great if not earlier.

Anyway,tell me why "modern" Turkey's new god Ataturk had so much contempt and disdain for the Ottoman Empire you praise so much?

"ask yourself, you cannot do it so respect them, you are nothing else then a small country ultranationalist while Turks busy with inviting, calling, assimilating other people and cultures and taking good parts of other cultures without any complex.."

I am not used to respect any barbarity, especially the most disgusting and pernicious form of it all -the Turkish barbarity.If stealing Christian children to make of them fanatical haters of Christianity and the only efficient military troops,if humiliating rayas(human cattle) with a thousand sadist ways dictated by shariah,if forcing people to convert to your sickening Islamic death cult with the knife pressed to the throat is indicative of anything, then definitely only of the traditional Turkish savagery and of nothing else,least of all of "assimilating other people and cultures and taking good parts of other cultures without any complex."

"They have the same spirit still, wait they are rising, yet weak but rising, caravan walks dog barks is your case."

Thanks for telling me you Turks are nothing but camels. I have always suspected it. And calling us kafirs dogs is very flattering indeed. Unlike the Moslem dog is Man' best friend. I remember quite well that evening in Berlin when I saw a mob of young aggressive Turks kicking and spitting on dogs and cursing and threatening their German owners, mostly elderly gentlemen and ladies, as "Nazis". It was so unmistakably, so genuinely Turkish.

If the Turks have the same spirit as before,then all the Kemalist experiment was a big mistake, a misunderstanding and a tasteless joke of history. I did know it would turn out this way. You can't make a civilized man of a barbarian by merely pressing a cylinder hat on his flat Asiatic head and by teaching him to kill the gavurlar rather with a US-made machine gun or napalm than a scimitar.

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