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Debanjans bizarre universe

Reader comment on item: Cyprus on the World Stage
in response to reader comment: Turks also did good things

Submitted by Shishir (United Arab Emirates), Nov 5, 2011 at 16:54

A place where down is up ,black is white, slavery is strength!

According to his brilliant logic, the forced conscription of Christian women had the "beneficial" effect of Turks having European blood.

Listen raped women of the world pregnant with your violators child! Do not despair, after all you are helping create a being where your superior genes will be mixed with your aggressors. So rejoice! Debanjan decrees it so!

Also thank you admitting that Turkey "created facts on the ground"

Actually communist Bongla Babu,this happened well before the invasion of Cyprus.Turks had nothing to do with Anatolia and were mere barbarian nomads who popped in from Central Asia during the early part of the Milennium!

As for what opportunities do Greeks and Italian provide their Muslim citizens?Let me ask you what do Turks provide THEIR Armenian Christian citizens(those who survived the genocide in 1920 that is)?


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