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70.       Melek74
1506 posts
 20 Feb 2009 Fri 11:11 pm


Quoting lady in red



 The Bible is the Good Book 


lol Yeah, the rapes, murders, and pillages make for an interesting read. 

71.       alameda
3499 posts
 23 Feb 2009 Mon 09:24 pm


Quoting chiko

Confessions of an economic hit man - John Perkins

Confessions of an Economic Hit Man is John Perkins’ fast-paced autobiography, which reveals his career as an economist for an international consulting firm. Perkins says he was actually an “Economic Hit Man.” His job was to convince countries that are strategically important to the United States to accept enormous loans for infrastructure development and to make sure that the lucrative projects were contracted to U.S. corporations.

Perkins takes the reader through his career and explains how he created economic projections for countries to accept billions of dollars in loans they surely couldn’t afford. He shares his battle with his conscience over these actions and offers advice for how Americans can work to end these practices which have directly resulted in terrorist attacks and animosity towards the United States.


 I read that....amazing...truly! Good book and I highly recommend it.


I´d also recommend Charlie Wilson´s War. There is a move by the same name based on the book, but it´s silly and leaves way too much out.


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72.       yilgun-7
1326 posts
 13 Mar 2009 Fri 02:18 am




Benazir Bhutto is Pakistan´s former Prime Minister. She was named one of seven winners of the United Nations Prize in the field of Human rights in 2008.



73.       yilgun-2010
572 posts
 22 Nov 2009 Sun 09:14 pm

1- "The Lost Symbol",  by Dan Brown

2- "Ford Country",  John Grisham

3- "Aşk", by Elif Şafak 

74.       yilgun-2010
572 posts
 11 Apr 2011 Mon 01:13 am






-Kırımlı Tatarların (Kırım Türklerin) acı dolu öyküsü.

The sad story of the Crimean Tatars ((A Turkish Tribe).

-Romanda Kırım Tatarlarının yurtlarından zorla sürgüne gönderilmeleri olayı hüzünlü bir üslûpla anlatılır.

Crimean Tatars forced from their homes and sent into exile in the

novel is told in a speech before the sad event.

-Cengiz Dağcı Türkiye´ye hiç gelmediği halde kitaplarını Türkiye Türkçesi ile yazmış,

kitaplarının ilk redaksiyonunu da şair Ziya Osman Saba yapmıştır.

Cengiz Dağcı (Genghis Mountaineer) Turkey to not come at all even though the books in Turkey Turkish and has written books on the first Proofreading poet Ziya Osman Saba made.

-Romanlarının sayısı, hacmi ve inandırıcılığı İle Türkiye dışında eser veren Türk romancılarının en başta geleni olmuştur.

The number of his novels, the volume of work in and outside Turkey, the Turkish novelists with credibility has been best in the first place.

-He lives in London, UK.

75.       yilgun-2010
572 posts
 12 May 2011 Thu 12:41 am


Anı kitabı

Yazarı : Kenize  MOURAD



Anı romanı

Yazarı : Tuna KİREMİTÇİ

76.       yilgun-2010
572 posts
 28 May 2011 Sat 02:40 am


Yazan = Emre KONGAR 

( Sosyalbilimci ) 


Yazara gore:

-Hayvanlar ve bitkiler masumdur. 

-İnsanlar da doğarken masum olarak doğarlar.Ama ne oluyor da, hayatın doğal akışı içinde insanlar, dünyanın en zalim varlığı haline dönüşüyor ve canavarlaşıyor?İnsan beyni, bu olumsuz yeniden yapılanma için neye göre karar veriyor? 

-Yapılan araştırmalar gösteriyor ki: Başka insanlar tarafından ezilen bir insan, herhangi bir güce sahip olunca bunun intikamını almak için başkalarını ezmeye başlıyor ve içindeki canavar ortaya çıkıyor. 

-Bunun nedeni, bilim adamları tarafından, bir bilimsel faktor olarak anlaşılamıyor ve ölçülemiyor.

-İnsan bir meçhul.Ne zaman, nerede, neden, nasıl, ne yapacağı açıkça belli olmuyor.

-“Ama bir kimseyi az da olsa tanımak istiyorsanız, ne dediğine hiç önem vermeyin; sadece onun yaptıklarına bakın.

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77.       tunci
7148 posts
 18 Dec 2013 Wed 12:35 pm


´The Young Atatürk´

The Young Atatürk: From Ottoman Soldier to Statesman of Turkey’ by George W. Gawrych (I.B. Tauris, 2013, $35, 288 pages)


There has been a resurgence of popular interest in Mustafa Kemal Atatürk of late. Almost all opposition groups have been selectively reconsidering the legacy of the Turkish Republic’s founder, in response to the country’s bitter recent culture wars and in the afterglow of the summer’s Gezi protests. Abroad, interest in Atatürk was also piqued by anti-government protesters photographed waving around his picture, so it’s probably an auspicious time to be publishing a new book on the man. This title by historian George W. Gawrych is primarily focused on the military aspect of the “young Atatürk,” and self-admittedly doesn’t aim to provide a complete assessment of its subject’s broader legacy. Still, it does leave the reader wishing for a rather more comprehensive appraisal; the young Atatürk may be inextricable from the military Atatürk, but considering either with only minimal reference to the broader sweep of Ottoman decline and republican revival makes for a pretty dry read.


Source: http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/the-young-ataturk.aspx?pageID=238&nID=59720&NewsCatID=474


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78.       kazpol
99 posts
 26 Dec 2013 Thu 05:03 pm

I love you, Yulgin!

I have always!

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