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Re: Boxing match in Turkey

Postby kurupetos » Wed Aug 26, 2015 9:49 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:There is something very disturbing about this type of mob behavior that we have seen many times coming from groups of Turks.

For example, we saw similar cascades of punches and clobberings happen a few times in their Turkish parliament. I suppose if their politicians behave this way, the Turks feel they can copy them. Monkey see, monkey do.

Sadly, it is similar in style too to the killing captured on film whereby Turks and their so-called police and paranoid paramilitaries kicked and clubbed to slow lingering death the innocent, unarmed young Tassos Isaak. :(



Turks seem to go particularly mad in August, don't they.

Turks are the biggest cowards in the world; they always attack one person in groups of 10+. :evil:
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Re: Boxing match in Turkey

Postby cypriotnado » Wed Aug 26, 2015 9:52 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:Aaahh - how sweet. Even Greek moggie-dogs are great citizens compared to Turkish shopkeepers, Turkish politicians and Turkish police!



Yes so true, Greece has many rough dogs!

Glad you seem sober tonight. :shock:
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Re: Boxing match in Turkey

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Wed Aug 26, 2015 9:56 pm

cypriotnado wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:Aaahh - how sweet. Even Greek moggie-dogs are great citizens compared to Turkish shopkeepers, Turkish politicians and Turkish police!



Yes so true, Greece has many rough dogs!

Glad you seem sober tonight. :shock:


Shame you're as stupid as always!
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Re: Boxing match in Turkey

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Wed Aug 26, 2015 9:58 pm

kurupetos wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:There is something very disturbing about this type of mob behavior that we have seen many times coming from groups of Turks.

For example, we saw similar cascades of punches and clobberings happen a few times in their Turkish parliament. I suppose if their politicians behave this way, the Turks feel they can copy them. Monkey see, monkey do.

Sadly, it is similar in style too to the killing captured on film whereby Turks and their so-called police and paranoid paramilitaries kicked and clubbed to slow lingering death the innocent, unarmed young Tassos Isaak. :(



Turks seem to go particularly mad in August, don't they.

Turks are the biggest cowards in the world; they always attack one person in groups of 10+. :evil:


Whole books have been written about this type of behaviour. It's the most worrisome of all. A throwback to less civilised times - Chimps behave very similarly.

The death of individualism.
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Re: Boxing match in Turkey

Postby cypriotnado » Wed Aug 26, 2015 10:06 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:There is something very disturbing about this type of mob behavior that we have seen many times coming from groups of Turks.

For example, we saw similar cascades of punches and clobberings happen a few times in their Turkish parliament. I suppose if their politicians behave this way, the Turks feel they can copy them. Monkey see, monkey do.

Sadly, it is similar in style too to the killing captured on film whereby Turks and their so-called police and paranoid paramilitaries kicked and clubbed to slow lingering death the innocent, unarmed young Tassos Isaak. :(



Turks seem to go particularly mad in August, don't they.

Turks are the biggest cowards in the world; they always attack one person in groups of 10+. :evil:


Whole books have been written about this type of behaviour. It's the most worrisome of all. A throwback to less civilised times - Chimps behave very similarly.

The death of individualism.



Is it true you work in education?
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Re: Boxing match in Turkey

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Wed Aug 26, 2015 10:17 pm

cypriotnado wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:There is something very disturbing about this type of mob behavior that we have seen many times coming from groups of Turks.

For example, we saw similar cascades of punches and clobberings happen a few times in their Turkish parliament. I suppose if their politicians behave this way, the Turks feel they can copy them. Monkey see, monkey do.

Sadly, it is similar in style too to the killing captured on film whereby Turks and their so-called police and paranoid paramilitaries kicked and clubbed to slow lingering death the innocent, unarmed young Tassos Isaak. :(



Turks seem to go particularly mad in August, don't they.

Turks are the biggest cowards in the world; they always attack one person in groups of 10+. :evil:


Whole books have been written about this type of behaviour. It's the most worrisome of all. A throwback to less civilised times - Chimps behave very similarly.

The death of individualism.



Is it true you work in education?


Sorry, can't help you. I don't train chimps. :P
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Re: Boxing match in Turkey

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Wed Aug 26, 2015 10:22 pm

kurupetos wrote:Turks are the biggest cowards in the world; they always attack one person in groups of 10+. :evil:


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Re: Boxing match in Turkey

Postby bill cobbett » Wed Aug 26, 2015 11:02 pm

Jerry wrote:Looks looks they picked on the wrong chap.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQOFHW7_ULk


Yes, this chap could take on the TA.

Question ... at 0.53, there looks to be a man chasing a woman ... anyone make out what's going on in that moment...???
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Re: Boxing match in Turkey

Postby Maximus » Thu Aug 27, 2015 5:55 pm

Şenol Palan, 32, who owns the store where the whole incident occurred, told police that Dabbous had first came alone to his shop and asked to buy an alcoholic drink. When he said he did not sell alcoholic drinks, they argued and the tourist soon came back with a friend to start a fight.“The man was so strong. He was knocking down everyone he hit. Then shopkeepers in the area came over to help. It was like he was made of concrete … like he wasn’t human,” Palan said in his testimony, seen by daily Hürriyet.

But the video shows Palan lashing out with a stick/club after some bottles of water fell out the fridge. Dabbous's friend was trying to hold him back from fighting back then you all lynch mobbed him over some fallen bottles of water.

Classic Turkish lies, the most unbelievable in the world in light of the video footage..
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Re: Boxing match in Turkey

Postby Lordo » Sun Aug 30, 2015 12:49 am

this is funny and relevant.


for those who cannot read terggish.

it says
water 0.9 euro
for the irishman its free.
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