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Submitted by mo (United Kingdom), Feb 4, 2012 at 13:54

Barry you forgot that the prosperity of turkey is not only based on drugs, but also prostitution. Government makes most of its money by running brothels. You already know Turkey is the number one producer of Opium and Cocaine. Most of the cocaine that comes to US does so from turkey. Unfortunately blessed believers in Greece cannot emulate this, that's why they had to queue with begging bowls. I hope you will get good job in Fox TV. Long live Goebbles.

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