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Dream of Turkish crash

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Submitted by mo (United Kingdom), May 6, 2012 at 15:25

Shishir is day dreaming of crash of Turkish Economy. You do not need eyes to see that turkish "Islamic" economy is booming, thanks to Greeks for kicking turks out of EU. If you say that Turkey has ruined economy, then turks would like that compared to very solid economies of greece, italy and spain. You get pleasure by dreaming of turkish economy ruined, keep dreaming. But your dream is never going to come true.

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