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Re: another excellent article by rolandis

Postby insan » Sun Nov 01, 2015 11:58 pm

You win this Sotos...

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDI7j1eftqk[/youtube]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDI7j1eftqk

Genetic Origins of the proto Turkic Peoples and their Relatives National Geographics
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Re: another excellent article by rolandis

Postby Lordo » Mon Nov 02, 2015 12:03 am

insan wrote:You win this Sotos...



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDI7j1eftqk

Genetic Origins of the proto Turkic Peoples and their Relatives National Geographics

just delete the s bit from https:

so this is what erdogan was talking about when he said the terggs were first colonise ameriga.
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Re: another excellent article by rolandis

Postby DrCyprus » Mon Nov 02, 2015 12:26 am

insan wrote:we have never denied that we are a mixture of all peoples we have lived together...


There's a country called Turkey just a few km away from Cyprus. I'm sure you can go there and apply for a passport at your earliest convenience so you can be with the people you identify with.
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Re: another excellent article by rolandis

Postby insan » Mon Nov 02, 2015 12:36 am

DrCyprus wrote:
insan wrote:we have never denied that we are a mixture of all peoples we have lived together...


There's a country called Turkey just a few km away from Cyprus. I'm sure you can go there and apply for a passport at your earliest convenience so you can be with the people you identify with.

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Among the 5 wives of my great grand dad, there was a Greek speaking Romio lady... i own the genes of this lady by some percent... what percent of Turk genes you have? :lol:
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Re: another excellent article by rolandis

Postby DrCyprus » Mon Nov 02, 2015 12:39 am

insan wrote:Where were the Kurds before the 11th century? Turks in modern day Turkey are the mixture of Turks from Central Asia and other indigenous people of that region... no Kurds existed in Asia minor when Seljuk Turks arrived there.. Check DNA of the Iranian people of Kurds... they have no affinity with the indigenous peoples of Asia Minor...

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http://www.worldology.com/Iraq/turk_mongol_rule.htm


...and check the above link to see where the Kurds were, when Seljuks were already in Mesopotamia...


You keep talking about the first arrival of the Seljuk Turks in the region, as though it's a major event that determines whether Kurds should have a country or not. Get a clue, it doesn't.

Just as Turkey wants to give the TC a recognised state in Cyprus, so should they be willing to negotiate with the Kurds and give them what they want. You can't have your cake and eat it too.

I simply refuse to fathom the path of erratic fascistic nationalism and bad education that makes it logical in someone's mind to strive for the rights of a minority in one country then turn to the country they consider 'father' or 'mother' -land and condemn and denounce the minorities living there.

And then have the audacity to come to the cultural descendants of the Rum, who held Asia Minor as their own land for thousands of years, and say 'look at this map, do you see any Kurds there? Anatolia is historically all ours because we came there before them''.

Simply toss yourself off a cliff you slimey pervert full of shit.
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Re: another excellent article by rolandis

Postby insan » Mon Nov 02, 2015 12:44 am

Lordo wrote:
insan wrote:You win this Sotos...



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDI7j1eftqk

Genetic Origins of the proto Turkic Peoples and their Relatives National Geographics

just delete the s bit from https:

so this is what erdogan was talking about when he said the terggs were first colonise ameriga.


Thanks lordo... why didn't you send me an email message... your pm here is disabled i couldn't send you message but i recieved 1 message from you in may 2015...
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Re: another excellent article by rolandis

Postby insan » Mon Nov 02, 2015 12:47 am

DrCyprus wrote:
insan wrote:Where were the Kurds before the 11th century? Turks in modern day Turkey are the mixture of Turks from Central Asia and other indigenous people of that region... no Kurds existed in Asia minor when Seljuk Turks arrived there.. Check DNA of the Iranian people of Kurds... they have no affinity with the indigenous peoples of Asia Minor...

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http://www.worldology.com/Iraq/turk_mongol_rule.htm


...and check the above link to see where the Kurds were, when Seljuks were already in Mesopotamia...


You keep talking about the first arrival of the Seljuk Turks in the region, as though it's a major event that determines whether Kurds should have a country or not. Get a clue, it doesn't.

Just as Turkey wants to give the TC a recognised state in Cyprus, so should they be willing to negotiate with the Kurds and give them what they want. You can't have your cake and eat it too.

I simply refuse to fathom the path of erratic fascistic nationalism and bad education that makes it logical in someone's mind to strive for the rights of a minority in one country then turn to the country they consider 'father' or 'mother' -land and condemn and denounce the minorities living there.

And then have the audacity to come to the cultural descendants of the Rum, who held Asia Minor as their own land for thousands of years, and say 'look at this map, do you see any Kurds there? Anatolia is historically all ours because we came there before them''.

Simply toss yourself off a cliff you slimey pervert full of shit.


Hassikdir be puşt! Seni da ignorlaycam zaten! Keep running around the same circles and get the worse! :lol:
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Re: another excellent article by rolandis

Postby DrCyprus » Mon Nov 02, 2015 12:48 am

insan wrote:Among the 5 wives of my great grand dad, there was a Greek speaking Romio lady... i own the genes of this lady by some percent... what percent of Turk genes you have? :lol:


My great grandfather's name was Ateşli. I don't know why he had a Turkish surname but I bet that my great grandfather's one wife could beat up your great grand dad and all his 5 wives. :lol: :lol:
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Re: another excellent article by rolandis

Postby insan » Mon Nov 02, 2015 1:09 am

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Good readings reh bumbaris! :lol:
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Re: another excellent article by rolandis

Postby insan » Mon Nov 02, 2015 1:13 am

DrCyprus wrote:
insan wrote:Where were the Kurds before the 11th century? Turks in modern day Turkey are the mixture of Turks from Central Asia and other indigenous people of that region... no Kurds existed in Asia minor when Seljuk Turks arrived there.. Check DNA of the Iranian people of Kurds... they have no affinity with the indigenous peoples of Asia Minor...

Image
http://www.worldology.com/Iraq/turk_mongol_rule.htm


...and check the above link to see where the Kurds were, when Seljuks were already in Mesopotamia...


You keep talking about the first arrival of the Seljuk Turks in the region, as though it's a major event that determines whether Kurds should have a country or not. Get a clue, it doesn't.

Just as Turkey wants to give the TC a recognised state in Cyprus, so should they be willing to negotiate with the Kurds and give them what they want. You can't have your cake and eat it too.

I simply refuse to fathom the path of erratic fascistic nationalism and bad education that makes it logical in someone's mind to strive for the rights of a minority in one country then turn to the country they consider 'father' or 'mother' -land and condemn and denounce the minorities living there.

And then have the audacity to come to the cultural descendants of the Rum, who held Asia Minor as their own land for thousands of years, and say 'look at this map, do you see any Kurds there? Anatolia is historically all ours because we came there before them''.

Simply toss yourself off a cliff you slimey pervert full of shit.



As if you would agree for the partition of Cyprus, had it happened... :lol: It happened in Balkans... Don't you count it? :lol:
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