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Re: Is it over for Turkey?

Postby Mustiejodu » Wed Jun 19, 2019 11:11 pm

You are so blinded by hate that you only see Turks through your own vision but you are so out of touch with reality. Why do you hang out with the hatred club. Come and explore outside of that small world you keep yourselves in and see that Greeks and Turks actually do live in peace and harmony.
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Re: Is it over for Turkey?

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu Jun 20, 2019 8:51 pm

...one hopes the Turkish People survive Erdogan's onslaught for "Turkishness" against those, not "them".

Your frustration is my frustration, if you are willing to agree that Cypriots exist, and that despite the efforts to 'Greekify' or 'Turkify' them, torn apart, they still exist. "Be" a Cypriot, i say, not "Greek", not "Turkish", but a loving individual, expressly, if you hate "them" enough.

...it is the other way around Musti, Turkey will not save the "Cypriot Turks", (if you can see the difference,) it is Turkish Cypriots that will save Turkey, with their example, if as Turks, they represent themselves as Cypriots, not "Turks" (and despite the "Greeks", with Greeks).

...indeed as Cypriots there is with it a wider vision of the world. Indeed, "being" a "Turk", or a "Greek" implies something quite different.
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Re: Is it over for Turkey?

Postby Cap » Thu Jun 20, 2019 9:13 pm

Of course Musty Joe pops out of the woodwork to condemn Cypriots... again.
She just conveniently 'chose' to oversee Kurdish Turkey hatred towards the Republic of Cyprus.
Apparently for Anatolians 'hatred' only goes one way.

What are you scared of my Anatolian half moon and star Kurdish murdering friend?
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Re: Is it over for Turkey?

Postby Zenon33 » Thu Jun 20, 2019 9:43 pm

Mustiejodu wrote:It never started to be over for turkey. The EU will never allow a Muslim country into their Christian only club. They will allow backward gypsy country like Romania to join but won’t allow turkey what a joke. Cyprus which geographically is not no where in Europe is now part of EU and which part the Christian side of course and if I recall EU accession was conditional that we resolved the Cyprus problem before joining but that was overlooked as long as the Christian part was benefiting fuck the rest hay. Anyway hopefully once we are out of EU BREXIT that will be the starting point of crippling the EU. I voted for Brexit not because I wanted the UK to be independent but because we are one of the key members who pay into the EU but once we are out others will follow in time and this huge communist organisation will be history




Another british coward.
Enjoy your muslim majority country by 2030.
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Re: Is it over for Turkey?

Postby Maximus » Fri Jun 21, 2019 4:28 pm

It looks like it is over for turkey unless the people affect change from within.

This will come at a price.

Erdogans purges, cronyism and mishandling of public funds and the economy have left the country reeling.

All bets are off, erdogan can’t bring the country back from the brink, instead he is sending it over the edge.

When a nation loses its legitimacy, both domestic and foreign it has little left to do but unravel. This has been slowly happening under erdogans watch which is culminating in the deteriorated relationships, humanitarian crisis and sanctions.

Turks better wake up, because ataturks turkey has vanished. Erdogan even has the gall to put portraits of himself up alongside the man like he is “The Godfather” of the Turks. A mafioso though, is about right.

(Can’t believe this thread is 8 years old)

Mustyjodi would do well to go back to the beginning and reread it instead of making unsubstantiated posts.
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Re: Is it over for Turkey?

Postby Londonrake » Fri Jun 21, 2019 6:48 pm

Historically, you usually find that when a dictator gets into big domestic trouble he conjures up a "Johnny Foreigner" bad guy. In order to foment nationalism and "unite" the country.
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Re: Is it over for Turkey?

Postby Maximus » Fri Jun 21, 2019 6:56 pm

Londonrake wrote:Historically, you usually find that when a dictator gets into big domestic trouble he conjures up a "Johnny Foreigner" bad guy. In order to foment nationalism and "unite" the country.


True, it’s also a fleeting strategy because it doesn’t solve the domestic political and economic problems that were there to begin with.

Historically, people have revolted against dictators and the country decends in to poverty or violence. Sometimes both as the factions have it out....
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