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Postby repulsewarrior » Wed Nov 11, 2020 12:42 am

...so said Mr. Erdogan a few months ago, and i found it curious.

Then, as his hostility moved from the East Med. to Armenia, it became more apparent, how such a notion has been embraced by "Turkishness".

http://www.newagebd.net/article/121095/ ... on-of-nato

...indeed, we will see more of this slogan; a topic is worth opening.
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Re: Many States One Nation

Postby repulsewarrior » Wed Nov 18, 2020 5:32 pm

"From now on, I’m guessing that Turkey, Azerbaijan and the TRNC will be spoken of as three states, one nation. It seems a done deal that the TRNC will join the Cooperation Council of Turkic-Speaking States (Turkic Council) as soon as possible."

https://www.yenisafak.com/en/columns/bu ... on-2047667
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Postby Get Real! » Wed Nov 18, 2020 5:47 pm

So you’re basically shocked that Turkic speaking people have or will band together? :?

Perhaps one of your diplomatic letters may convince them to join the Christian sewing circle instead!

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Re: Many States One Nation

Postby repulsewarrior » Wed Nov 18, 2020 6:28 pm

...we can watch to see what Erdogan will do with such a powerful notion such as "Nation"; indeed he has put "State" and their commitment to Universal Principals, a Rule of Law, in second place.
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Re: Many States One Nation

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Nov 28, 2020 6:47 pm

...you may find this article interesting GR,

https://greekcitytimes.com/2020/11/27/e ... er-turkey/

...in any case, it is on the same subject.
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Re: Many States One Nation

Postby Cap » Sun Nov 29, 2020 7:25 pm

Gr has a point... 'Turkic' people.
Good lord how impressive.
Maybe I'll ditch my Suzuki for an Azeri vehicle.
Maybe these 'Turkic' people are humanity's savior.
I just might throw out my Toshiba laptop for a made in 'Turkic' cum stain computer.

Good lawd... I might even trade my CY citizenship and become 'Turkic' :roll: :roll:
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Re: Many States One Nation

Postby repulsewarrior » Mon Nov 30, 2020 4:59 am

...yes, GR has a point if we are talking about Turkish speaking people; nothing wrong with such an Identity, and as a Nation.

But, is that what we are talking about when it comes to Erdogan's leadership toward such an effort; aren't his motives suspect, since his dogma, "Turkishness" as he defines it, divides even Turkey's People themselves?

...indeed, let's not forget the willingness of the illegal regime's Tatar, to express himself as the third "State" to join this brotherhood, (in Nationhood), as one Nation. Think about it. Does that mean that Cypriots will be made martyrs, somewhere, in one of, his, wars; (of course they will be volunteers)?

Why should any of us care what a bunch of "Turks" are doing as Turks, you ask?

When the Turks are gone and there is nothing left but "Turks", it is "Us" they plan on coming for.
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Re: Many States One Nation

Postby Cap » Tue Dec 01, 2020 6:50 pm

nothing wrong with such an Identity, and as a Nation.


Fk no Repulse!
You kidding me?
CY above all else.
You think Canadians would juggle the idea of becoming Mexican?
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Re: Many States One Nation

Postby repulsewarrior » Tue Dec 01, 2020 7:34 pm

In Canada, the question, of what is a Canadian, is not so hard to answer.

Canadians, anthropologically Canadian or not, believe in Principals that are Universal, they believe in Stewardship, that every Canadian has the same responsibility toward each other and this Land. They believe in the Rule of Law. "Being" a Canadian has nothing to do with "Frenchness" and "Englishness" either; as it is in Cyprus, for Cypriots, in affect the same debate, but more extreme.

Erdogan's Turkey hides behind "Turkishness", easy enough with other Turkish speaking people. Turkey has roots. The Caliphate that Erdogan yearns for so badly, is a "Turkish" invention just like the neo-Ottoman dreams of expanding power.

...indeed, today, what does Turkey represent; indeed, how are the Turkish People represented?

A Commonwealth of people may represent a common language, or/and religion; its intention, to the rest of us should not be threatening.

One hopes that other Turkic Nations, and States, have more respect, living as a People among, and along with other People, where they live.
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Re: Many States One Nation

Postby Cap » Wed Dec 02, 2020 6:52 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:In Canada, the question, of what is a Canadian, is not so hard to answer.

Canadians, anthropologically Canadian or not, believe in Principals that are Universal, they believe in Stewardship, that every Canadian has the same responsibility toward each other and this Land. They believe in the Rule of Law. "Being" a Canadian has nothing to do with "Frenchness" and "Englishness" either; as it is in Cyprus, for Cypriots, in affect the same debate, but more extreme.

Erdogan's Turkey hides behind "Turkishness", easy enough with other Turkish speaking people. Turkey has roots. The Caliphate that Erdogan yearns for so badly, is a "Turkish" invention just like the neo-Ottoman dreams of expanding power.

...indeed, today, what does Turkey represent; indeed, how are the Turkish People represented?

A Commonwealth of people may represent a common language, or/and religion; its intention, to the rest of us should not be threatening.

One hopes that other Turkic Nations, and States, have more respect, living as a People among, and along with other People, where they live.



We got roots too. Cypriot roots.
Just ask GR.
While you're at it, ask Erdorunt, after his Anatolian fantasy gets destroyed, maybe, just maybe he would like to become Cypriot.

You know Repulse, we're a stubborn race of peasants us Cypriots.
After millennia.....
Under the Egyptians, we didn't become Egyptian.
Under the Venetians, we didn't become Italian
Under the Franks, we didn't become French
Under the Greeks, we didn't become part of Greece.
Under the British, we didn't become British.
And as sure as hell under the Ottoman remnants we won't become so called 'Turkic'
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