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Re: Turkey fans disrupt minutes silence for Paris

Postby Lordo » Fri Nov 20, 2015 1:01 pm

so interesting that when people were killed in turkey fifa does not ask for one minute silence but when it happens in france they do. its about time fifa sorted their house from corruption and concentrate on football matters and leave politics to the politicians.

here is a local mans view of the incident totally ignored. it seems ignorance is bliss after all.

https://www.facebook.com/TheYoungTurks/videos/10153261322349205/?pnref=story
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Re: Turkey fans disrupt minutes silence for Paris

Postby Cap » Sat Nov 21, 2015 4:19 pm

Lordo wrote:so interesting that when people were killed in turkey fifa does not ask for one minute silence but when it happens in france they do. its about time fifa sorted their house from corruption and concentrate on football matters and leave politics to the politicians.

here is a local mans view of the incident totally ignored. it seems ignorance is bliss after all.

https://www.facebook.com/TheYoungTurks/videos/10153261322349205/?pnref=story


Well... the feeling is global

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Re: Turkey fans disrupt minutes silence for Paris

Postby insan » Sun Nov 22, 2015 6:44 pm

Tim Drayton wrote:
insan wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:
insan wrote:You still are not aware of that the issue between Erdogan and the so-called opposition media of Turkey is all about the self-interests of the multi-billionaire Aydin Dogan... nad of course Feto...


Well, yes, but for example Cumhuriyet is neither part of the Aydın Doğan stable - which now appears to have capitulated following the last sham elections - nor 'Feto' (i.e. Fetullah Gülen).



Those so-called secularists too are a part of Aydın Doğan stable... Aydin Doğan is one of the shareholders of Cumhuriyet... Their fear stemms from losing their influence on the governments of Turkey... not because they were contributing the development, democracy and modernization of Turkey but because of their self-interests... Feto's situation is almost same... he has been playing politics by using every trick and arts and wiles of politics for the interests of his coterie...

"Why are they in conflict?

Had the Gulen movement been limited only to cultural Islam, this current tension would be limited. Most observers agree that the movement in fact has its own version of a political effort: aiming for members to obtain jobs within the judiciary and the police. Apparently, this began back in the '70s as an effort to transform a hostile state — Turkey’s draconian secular regime — by gradually joining its ranks. Since it has been a covert task, it has always been a matter of speculation and a source for conspiracy theories."

Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/origina ... z3s1JvaGEB


and the article in below link explains the rest of the story very well....


http://www.mei.edu/content/clash-former ... n-movement


It is perfectly true that even in the most liberal, democratic countries there are limits to the extent to which the press and media are free, given that it costs a lot of money to set up an effective media organisation, which means that they are inevitably owned by rich and powerful people who use these organisations to serve their own interests. Even so, it is better to have a liberal CNN and a conservative Fox and for there to be some debate between the two, rather than having all of the media operating as regime outlets, as is the case in totalitarian states. I find it bizarre that you can use the crooked acts of a media mogul like Aydın Doğan as justification for the AKP taking over the remaining few independent media outlets in Turkey as it moves in the direction of totalitarianism.


I proved you that even the Cumhuriyet newspaper that you thought as an independent media outlet was partly financed by Aydin Doğan... I'm not against freedom of speech and media freedom but what the so-called opposition media doing cannot be considered as using its right for freedom of speech... they clearly play politics and by using the arts and wiles of politics against AKP and Erdogan, they exert to make them obbey for their self-interests... AKP and Erdogan could obbey all what they asked for and now you could think how perfect the media freedom in Turkey is... the extrinsic one is another story... "Pressurizing them for our self-interests by hiding behind the press freedom..."
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Re: Turkey fans disrupt minutes silence for Paris

Postby DrCyprus » Sun Nov 22, 2015 10:07 pm

That's why I only read Southpark's super school news.
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Re: Turkey fans disrupt minutes silence for Paris

Postby kurupetos » Mon Nov 23, 2015 7:32 pm

Lordo is a DAESH hooligan.
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Re: Turkey fans disrupt minutes silence for Paris

Postby Zenon33 » Mon Nov 23, 2015 10:35 pm

kurupetos wrote:Lordo is a DAESH hooligan.


A Galatasaray ultra.
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Re: Turkey fans disrupt minutes silence for Paris

Postby Garavnoss » Tue Nov 24, 2015 12:02 am

May the Good Lord forgive me ....I "Farted" during the minute's silence, I was thinking about the "Battle of Agincourt" and how much water has gone under the bridge and how times [and attitudes] have changed twixt the "Frogs" and the "Brits" since those momentous days.

"Liberté, égalité fraternité"....My Arse !

Let me know if you ever find a place where " Freedom, Equality, and Brotherhood" exists and if you want to observe a bit of "Silence" for the dead, spare a few days [or years] for all the poor innocents that are slaughtered on a daily basis to satisfy the greed of the West.

And you can include the "Frogs" among the host of other bloodthirsty bastards that are pulling the wool over your eyes with their blatant hypocrisy as they feign sorrow at the loss of those they claim to be victims of terrorism [whilst THEY terrorize others at a whim].

All good fun for those [in power] who couldn't really give a bollocks for ALL the departed of generations past, if you need a glimpse of proof, have a look at the sloppy bastards [Royals] who attended the recent memorial service, they couldn't even stand up straight when on ceremony, they don't have to you see, such rigid applications of military drill are left to the poor bastards who do the real fighting when the "Dogs of War" are unleashed upon the innocents of the world. 8)
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Re: Turkey fans disrupt minutes silence for Paris

Postby Mustiejodu » Tue Nov 24, 2015 12:12 am

Maximus wrote:
Get Real! wrote:I'm with the Turks on this one! These tributes are the West's nauseating double standards as per usual.

Where was the solidarity with Syria for the past five years during which the criminal French regime was one of the key sponsors of terrorism in Syria?

Go fuck yourself France… and the rest of the European criminal scumbags!


First of all, those people were innocent.

Secondly, Turkey supports ISIS.

I think it is completely out of place for a group of Turkish football fans to disrupt a minutes silence. when their government is a main contributor to the sh!t that's going down in Syria.


How dare you say turkey supports Isis you fucking moron . Isis has blown up more innocent Turkish civilians recently in turkey . 28 in eastern turkey and 105 in Ankara and did France show any solidarity to turkey . No . Is a French life of more value than a Turks life . We are all humans but some appear to have more value especially if your part of Europe. I just found the response that all country's gave France a bit insulting to all those Turkish civilians that got blown up in Ankara . They did not receive the coverage that France did and turkey is a bigger contributor to nato and more important strategically to Europe so the only reason I can put it to is the elitist Eu bigotry .
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Re: Turkey fans disrupt minutes silence for Paris

Postby Mustiejodu » Tue Nov 24, 2015 12:36 am

GreekIslandGirl wrote:
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GreekIslandGirl wrote:Take your Turkish army and your Turkish settlers and "those Turkish Cypriots" and go and settle in Islamic Turkey so that Cyprus can have peace.


If I was Turkish I might consider settling in Turkey but as I am Cypriot I have chose to settle here in Cyprus.


Only under the banner of a Turkish Army and Turkish settlers. Same, and worse!



History repeats itself you retard . We came to Cyprus in 1571 under the banner of the Ottoman Turkish army and were settled here by our ancestors. Nothing new there and not concerned at all to be frank. Rather have a main land Turk as a neighbour than you fucking blood thirsty orthodox Christians. Our Turkish brothers have never harmed us but you fuckers at any opportunity massacred our innocence. So stay where you are and be glad that turkey only requires the amount of land she needs in Cyprus.

Name me one country that has stood up to turkey with real threats to withdraw from Cyprus or else . Please name me one country that has attempted or succeeded in forcing the Turkish army out of Cyprus since 1974 ? I wonder why ? Could it be that it is more beneficial to a lot of stake holders in the region that turkey has her army in Cyprus . Did you not think the benefits outweighed your basic rights that you are claiming for ?

Peace . You should be glad that turkey a powerful nation is in Cyprus because Isis is coming and they are coming to your side not ours lol . I heard there are boat loads arriving to your shores.
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Re: Turkey fans disrupt minutes silence for Paris

Postby MR-from-NG » Tue Nov 24, 2015 12:50 am

Mustiejodu wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:
erolz66 wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:Take your Turkish army and your Turkish settlers and "those Turkish Cypriots" and go and settle in Islamic Turkey so that Cyprus can have peace.


If I was Turkish I might consider settling in Turkey but as I am Cypriot I have chose to settle here in Cyprus.


Only under the banner of a Turkish Army and Turkish settlers. Same, and worse!



History repeats itself you retard . We came to Cyprus in 1571 under the banner of the Ottoman Turkish army and were settled here by our ancestors. Nothing new there and not concerned at all to be frank. Rather have a main land Turk as a neighbour than you fucking blood thirsty orthodox Christians. Our Turkish brothers have never harmed us but you fuckers at any opportunity massacred our innocence. So stay where you are and be glad that turkey only requires the amount of land she needs in Cyprus.

Name me one country that has stood up to turkey with real threats to withdraw from Cyprus or else . Please name me one country that has attempted or succeeded in forcing the Turkish army out of Cyprus since 1974 ? I wonder why ? Could it be that it is more beneficial to a lot of stake holders in the region that turkey has her army in Cyprus . Did you not think the benefits outweighed your basic rights that you are claiming for ?

Peace . You should be glad that turkey a powerful nation is in Cyprus because Isis is coming and they are coming to your side not ours lol . I heard there are boat loads arriving to your shores.

Very well said musti I can't believe such an intelligent, educated person can behave like this. She is a mother, possibly a teacher? a sister, a daughter, maybe a wife to some unfortunate fellow? and yet she behaves like this? A retard? The mind boggles.
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