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And even better use for Turkey !

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in response to reader comment: There is a very good use of Cyprus

Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Oct 26, 2011 at 09:41

Debanjan Banerjee wrote :

> Keeping your antagonists out of your homeland is a long traditional way and this is the way the British monarch of the day helped built colonies like the US and Australia with political opponents in the first place and criminals in the second. Turkey should adopt the same appraoch here also.<

Will you also extend your 'generous' proposal to Iraqi Kurdistan and if so under what pretext ? Turkish homeland again? Kurdistan is no Turkish homeland , so don't invent Turkish homelands where there is none and hence where the Turks themselves are just intruders and occupiers.

Anyway, applying your logic one should relegate the Turks to where they came from, even though I doubt that anybody in Kasakhstan, Kyrgyzstan or Uzbekistan would welcome these parasitic Turkish hordes back to the steppes of Central Asia.


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