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Turks rioting in Rotterdam, Holland

Postby yialousa1971 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 12:28 am

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Re: Turks rioting in Rotterdam, Holland

Postby B25 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 2:59 am

I glad, let the rest if europe suffer the shit we have had to put up with for 42 years.
They all supported Turkey in the past so a taste if their own medicine is in order.
My question now is is Ananstasiades looking at all this?

And he still wants to talk to those mongol dogs. Lampron na ton kapsi inshallah!
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Re: Turks rioting in Rotterdam, Holland

Postby Londonrake » Mon Mar 13, 2017 6:39 pm

"Mr Erdogan has a history of comments about Nazism and Hitler.
In January 2016, the Turkish president told a press conference that he would like to have the same powers as Adolf Hitler did."


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/03 ... sed-nazis/

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Re: Turks rioting in Rotterdam, Holland

Postby Maximus » Mon Mar 13, 2017 6:54 pm

I struggle to comment on the Turkish rationale and behaviour these days because they are full of lies, double standards and hypocrisy.

Their ignorance and shit for brains is beyond what is reasonably comprehensible and this posses a security risk to all Europeans.

These radicals should be deported asap. Then Turkey needs to be sanctioned, quarantined and the whole so called country delegitimzed quickly after that.
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Re: Turks rioting in Rotterdam, Holland

Postby Zenon33 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 11:10 pm

Third world citizens.

Yawn....
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Re: Turks rioting in Rotterdam, Holland

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Tue Mar 14, 2017 12:36 am

Holland getting a taste of Turks à la 1963 ...

Time for them to build some enclaves!
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Re: Turks rioting in Rotterdam, Holland

Postby Sotos » Tue Mar 14, 2017 1:51 am

It will be nearly as stupid for EU to make Turkey a member, as it would be for us to make the Turks (majority of them Settlers, so I will not call them TCs) 50% partners in our country. When you voluntarily go to live in another country you should show some fucking respect to your host country and try to assimilate and become one of them (if you plan to permanently live there)... and this is especially true for people who didn't immigrate to escape conflict or starvation. Anyway... you can now consider the VISA liberalization for Turkey dead... it will not happen this year, or the next, or the one after.
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Re: Turks rioting in Rotterdam, Holland

Postby Oceanside50 » Tue Mar 14, 2017 2:14 am

Sotos wrote:It will be nearly as stupid for EU to make Turkey a member, as it would be for us to make the Turks (majority of them Settlers, so I will not call them TCs) 50% partners in our country. When you voluntarily go to live in another country you should show some fucking respect to your host country and try to assimilate and become one of them (if you plan to permanently live there)... and this is especially true for people who didn't immigrate to escape conflict or starvation. Anyway... you can now consider the VISA liberalization for Turkey dead... it will not happen this year, or the next, or the one after.


this will escalate and pictures of Turks rioting will be plastered throughout all front newspaper pages throughout the EU. Where are the politicians of Cyprus to take advantage of the situation, and remind the EU that turks illegally occupy a part of the EU and Cyprus?
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Re: Turks rioting in Rotterdam, Holland

Postby Sotos » Tue Mar 14, 2017 2:35 am

Oceanside50 wrote:
Sotos wrote:It will be nearly as stupid for EU to make Turkey a member, as it would be for us to make the Turks (majority of them Settlers, so I will not call them TCs) 50% partners in our country. When you voluntarily go to live in another country you should show some fucking respect to your host country and try to assimilate and become one of them (if you plan to permanently live there)... and this is especially true for people who didn't immigrate to escape conflict or starvation. Anyway... you can now consider the VISA liberalization for Turkey dead... it will not happen this year, or the next, or the one after.


this will escalate and pictures of Turks rioting will be plastered throughout all front newspaper pages throughout the EU. Where are the politicians of Cyprus to take advantage of the situation, and remind the EU that turks illegally occupy a part of the EU and Cyprus?


Our current president is just a "Yes Man". We will be better of if he does nothing at all until the end of his term.
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Re: Turks rioting in Rotterdam, Holland

Postby repulsewarrior » Tue Mar 14, 2017 8:37 pm

...as a Muslim, and not as a Turk, as an immigrant, a pious person makes the attempt to integrate into a foreign society, although they may refrain from practices that run against their religion; these the words of Allah, not Erdogan.

Who you see "disappointed", are "Turks". Being against "them", i take the time to remind us, the others not them, that who are Turkish, are not in this press because they see the value of Universal Principals as Human beings.

...in the scheme of things it is important that we, the rest of us do not lose sight of our values, and who we are. (are we "Greeks" because "They" are Turkish?)

The Turks, need help, at least recognition, if they are to fight the "Turks"; at least, that's the way i see it. "They", "Turkish" or whatever do not represent that which they threaten, let's not forget, they threaten anything not them.

...as for the President, he does not get much help as a Cypriot (or as a Greek representing Universal Values).

Being a Cypriot, having a Legislature that is "Greek" does not help his negotiating position, with "Turks"; in that regard Akinci (has become) is the "Yes Man".

Like in Holland, Cypriots need to differentiate who it is they are calling Turks, because they are not Turks, these "Turks" exclude that which is not "Turkish" by their own definitions.

The Problem, is this sense by "Turks", in Cyprus, in Turkey, and now in Europe, that the rest of "us", can be defined simply as not "Turkish". Indeed, recognition, and respect, are needed...
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