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Submitted by susan (Italy), Apr 20, 2007 at 16:13

"When EU was created they did not take Albania and Turkey, though Turkey accepted all terms and conditions. I have visited several Eastern European countries, but Turkey is more advanced and secular."

turkey is a muslim country like the rest. Literacy rate is 70%, basically we are lower than planet of the apes. Turkey has got the same numbers of christians exterminators than pakistan or saudi arabia.

There is no difference between saudi arabia and turkey. I think they should join burkina faso, rather than europe.

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