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You people know very little about Turkey 2

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in response to reader comment: Friendship and Islamokemalist Barbarism

Submitted by sephardi (Canada), Feb 5, 2012 at 20:59

Like it or not Turkey is becoming very strong country, having Turks as a enemy will only make Turks stronger.

Armenian Genocide Allegations will get weaker more soon, since Turkish Gov is going share some international documents that disproves armenian claims.

You don't have to like Turks they wont hurt you, but always be careful if you try to hurt them

The world times largest navy and military forces came to Dardanelles to invade, in a way to kill europe's

sick man, whats the result, oxidation of tons of metal in sea and millions of foreign fertilizer into soil, In

conclusion it is Turks heroic Victory.

Enemies are welcome if you don't want to keep your own soldier safe at home, Turks always welcome their

enemies into soil since they are good fertilizer and rich with nutrition.

For Islamic gov in Turkey, thats people's choice they elect who they want, its their country. Don't like it,you

can always try to change people's choice such as invasion , embargo, armenian claims ,and more.

It is not hard to predict that you will fail.

You have a choice.

Thank you

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