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Dont be so hard on Turks- Westerners are prone to the same

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Submitted by Shishir (United Arab Emirates), Jul 20, 2013 at 06:24

Forget Europeans who have all but embraced statism with Shariah flavor on the side so they can be left alone for their 35 hour work week, 2 hour lunch break and 2 month annual vacations.Even Americans are currently not averse to yearning for soft despots like Obama and his get rich quick ponzi government spending schemes which simultaneously robs them of their freedoms

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