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Plot habit in Turkey

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Submitted by Jakub K (Germany), Jul 9, 2013 at 10:33

As husband of Turkish lady, i must say that plot habit is quite common for Turk's. I can only talk for side of Kemal supporters, when they see Erdogan doing all bad things to own country as order from US and Israel. In light way it is almost sound like US put Erdogan in charge to ruin the country and then establish new prime minister with Ataturk roots to safe the country, in the meantime to steal resources and leave the country ruined and occupied by US and Israel.

Sounds quite interesting to see plot everywhere and do not except the fact that responsibility of all "bad" from Erdogan is coming from his vision and country leading. He looks more inspired by Putin way, but no one is blaming Russia from plot as US and Israel are common plotters in Middle East.

Lets hope that latest even in Turkey open the mind of Turkish citizens

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Russians are hardly ever accused of being conspirators.

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