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An Interesting Book
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1.       AlphaF
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 15 Nov 2010 Mon 11:05 pm

A book by Gene D. Matlock (Catholic, American researcher/writer)

http://ebooks.ebookmall.com/ebook/223770-ebook.htm

 

You can get a free summary of the ebook from the the same link, if you are interested

 

 

2.       hedef
363 posts
 15 Nov 2010 Mon 11:43 pm

 

Quoting AlphaF

A book by Gene D. Matlock (Catholic, American researcher/writer)

http://ebooks.ebookmall.com/ebook/223770-ebook.htm

 

You can get a free summary of the ebook from the the same link, if you are interested

 

 

 Dear AlphaF

Before clicking on the link shouldn´t one first know the title of the book or at least what its topic!!

 

 

3.       tomac
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 15 Nov 2010 Mon 11:45 pm

Quote:

Author Gene Matlock traces the ancient Turks, progenitors of all humankind, from their first home at the Arctic Circle.

Maybe I´m wrong, but from what I´ve read, according to the current state of science, mankind originates from the Africa {#emotions_dlg.unsure}

 

And if the ancestors of Turks were really from the Arctic Circle then probably most of them would look more like Scandinavians

4.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 15 Nov 2010 Mon 11:46 pm

 

Quoting hedef

 

 Dear AlphaF

Before clicking on the link shouldn´t one first know the title of the book or at least what its topic!!

 

 

Dear Hedef...

That is where the surprise lies...The surprise is only a click away...Come on !

 

5.       hedef
363 posts
 15 Nov 2010 Mon 11:56 pm

 

Quoting AlphaF

 

Dear Hedef...

That is where the surprise lies...The surprise is only a click away...Come on !

 

 ok ... lets see..

 

 

6.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 15 Nov 2010 Mon 11:57 pm

 

Quoting tomac

 

Maybe I´m wrong, but from what I´ve read, according to the current state of science, mankind originates from the Africa {#emotions_dlg.unsure}

 

And if the ancestors of Turks were really from the Arctic Circle then probably most of them would look more like Scandinavians

I take it that what you call science is basically "western" science.

All western social sciences are posed to strenghten the status of Western societies, especially the power groups in those societies. Current Western social sciences promote supremacy of Western world. No wonder that any deviations from it - especially deviations like this one - will not be very popular among Western thinkers.

There are in fact branches of Turkic people that would look like any ethnic group on earth. Now this mystery remains unsolved and people often ask  "How come their eyes are not slanted, if the Turks of Turkia are Turkic ?". You can now figure out the reply.

 

7.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 16 Nov 2010 Tue 01:25 am

Oh Alpha, so even western science is against poor Turks? Just means of gaining world´s supremacy? {#emotions_dlg.rolleyes}

8.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 16 Nov 2010 Tue 02:39 am

 

Quoting Daydreamer

Oh Alpha, so even western science is against poor Turks? Just means of gaining world´s supremacy? {#emotions_dlg.rolleyes}

It is called ORIENTALISM...There are good Western writers both for and also against orientalism.

"Orientalism has come to refer to a distinctive body of academic work, built up in the shadow of nineteenth-century colonial domination and continuing long after the demise of the formal structures of European empire, in which the ‘Orient’ and ‘Orientals’ are stereotyped, denied history and †agency, and represented in ways that reflect the continuing interests of the West in the East."

{#emotions_dlg.alcoholics}



Edited (11/16/2010) by AlphaF

9.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 16 Nov 2010 Tue 09:04 am

 

Quoting Daydreamer

Oh Alpha, so even western science is against poor Turks? Just means of gaining world´s supremacy? {#emotions_dlg.rolleyes}

 

There are serious number of people who will say YES to your question..

I am saying again:

We need a huge number of shrinks!!!

10.       AlphaF
5677 posts
 16 Nov 2010 Tue 11:38 am

 

Quoting thehandsom

 

 

There are serious number of people who will say YES to your question..

I am saying again:

We need a huge number of shrinks!!!

Here we are talking about  works an American researcher and a Russian historian. Cant you understand what you read?

You might need the shrink yourself, even with that pre-shrunk head of yours!

 

 

 

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