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20.       tamikidakika
1346 posts
 17 Mar 2009 Tue 04:12 pm

 

Quoting thehandsom

 

 

Well..I am sure they blamed someone else  400 years ago too...

Foreign involvement; Iranians; "if we did not do it they would do it to us"; "it was necessary" etc

 

just like you blame the so called ergenekon now for the Sivas massacre you carried out?

21.       chiko
135 posts
 17 Mar 2009 Tue 04:19 pm

 

Quoting tamikidakika

 

 

I clearly said that it was the Ottoman empire who gave the order of Alevi genocide, and it was the Kurds who carried it out. just to enlighten you.

 

Thank you so much for enlightening me  Flowers can you imagine what would happen to kurdish if they didnt obey the order of  "TURKISH" Sultan

 

22.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 17 Mar 2009 Tue 04:22 pm

 

Quoting tamikidakika

 

 

just like you blame the so called ergenekon now for the Sivas massacre you carried out?

 

I am afraid it is not me..It is the prosecuter who exposed the killers with their badges of  ´Ataturkcu Dusunce Dernegi´.. lol lol 

So will you personally  feel embarresed if they find them guilty by thinking that ´omg I was supporting the killers´?

23.       tamikidakika
1346 posts
 17 Mar 2009 Tue 04:27 pm

 

Quoting thehandsom

 

 

I am afraid it is not me..It is the prosecuter who exposed the killers with their badges of  ´Ataturkcu Dusunce Dernegi´.. lol lol 

So will you personally  feel embarresed if they find them guilty by thinking that ´omg I was supporting the killers´?

 

since when is sevket kazanci a member of ADD? why don`t they arrest him for being an ergenekon member?

 

I don`t need to think about those "if" cases, as I`m not a dumb to believe these crappy lies.

24.       TheAenigma
5001 posts
 17 Mar 2009 Tue 04:47 pm

 

Quoting tamikidakika

 

here is the explanation; zaman is owned by the kurdish islamic terrorist leader fetullah gulen who is supported by america.

 

did you notice something weird about the article? It doesn`t even mention about Alevis who constitute the biggest and most oppressed religious minority in Turkey. There are more than 10 millions of Alevis in Turkey, and they don`t even have right to construct buildings for worship.

 

Alevis got genocided, they got massacred so many times, but zaman will never talk about them just because they are turks, they don`t have terrorist organizations, and they don`t want to split Turkey.

 

 

Wow!!!! lol

Did someone give Tami clearence to post criticisms of Turkey?! {#emotions_dlg.ninja}

 

25.       tamikidakika
1346 posts
 17 Mar 2009 Tue 04:55 pm

 

Quoting TheAenigma

 

 

Wow!!!! lol

Did someone give Tami clearence to post criticisms of Turkey?! {#emotions_dlg.ninja}

 

 

you know nothing about me yet, AE!Super cool

26.       TheAenigma
5001 posts
 17 Mar 2009 Tue 04:58 pm

 

Quoting tamikidakika

 

 

you know nothing about me yet, AE!Super cool

 

 

27.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 17 Mar 2009 Tue 06:32 pm

 

Quoting tamikidakika

 

 

since when is sevket kazanci a member of ADD? why don`t they arrest him for being an ergenekon member?

 

I don`t need to think about those "if" cases, as I`m not a dumb to believe these crappy lies.

 

he he

It does not matter if you believe or not right now..

But probably the prosecution is telling the truth and there is a great chance that they will be convicted..

If and when it is the case will you be personally feel ashamed because you supported nationalist killers with all your being and wholeheartedly? 

I mean will you feel that shame that because of the support from you and similar people,  they were able to kill all those Turks and kurds? or you will just ignore..

28.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 17 Mar 2009 Tue 11:25 pm

Ha ha 

As if the papers are following our discussions here  

 

Monority report:

 

It was two decades ago that I unwittingly took a dentist´s drill to the jangling sensitivities that attend the very use of the word "minority" in Turkey.

An English-language newspaper of which I was an editor had just published an interview ...."When you think of minorities in Turkey, the first thing that comes to mind are Greeks, Kurds, Armenians or Jews but in fact there are minorities among Turks themselves." That evening the phone rang and I found myself talking to a very senior general who (I didn´t realize at the time) was a senior aid to then-President Kenan Evren. He had called to complain.

"Kurds are not a minority," he told me.

 

He explained that the term "minority" referred to the very specific status defined in the 1923 Treaty of Lausanne, ..... Ergo, he repeated, "Kurds are not a minority." I replied in my burgeoning Turkish that the article had used the word "minority" in a more colloquial sense to describe people who, for ethnic or linguistic reasons, felt themselves to be different or excluded from the mainstream. He did not concede the point. Kurds, he assured me, were treated just like anyone else in society and not like blacks in America.

 

I protested that the article hadn´t set out to equate minority with a victim of discrimination. After all, I said, Greeks and Armenians can succeed in Turkish society just like anyone else. "No, they can´t," he replied. "Besides, Kurds aren´t a minority," he said. lol lol lol

 

"Are you trying to tell me they´re a majority?" I asked in a misguided attempt to lighten the mood. And that is where our conversation came to an abrupt end, although its reverberations continued for some time.

 

... with the rest of Europe on the subject of what a minority is, what rights they should enjoy and how to address institutionalized discrimination. The conclusion she reaches is an unflattering one: "Although the education system could be used as an effective tool to promote tolerance, multiculturalism and peace, it is deepening fears and hatred in its current state."

 

The rest :

http://www.todayszaman.com/tz-web/yazarDetay.do?haberno=169793

 

29.       catwoman
8933 posts
 17 Mar 2009 Tue 11:46 pm

Tamikidakika, please (once more) stop the disgusting insults you seem to not be able to resist when you are having a conversation. I´m afraid that you´re doing a bit too much of it despite being reminded. The next step is sending you an official warning -- three of which will get your account deleted.

30.       tamikidakika
1346 posts
 18 Mar 2009 Wed 02:37 am

 

Quoting catwoman

Tamikidakika, please (once more) stop the disgusting insults you seem to not be able to resist when you are having a conversation. I´m afraid that you´re doing a bit too much of it despite being reminded. The next step is sending you an official warning -- three of which will get your account deleted.

 

can you point out those "disgusting insults", cw? because just like cynic, I have no idea what you`re talking about.You crazy?

 

I`m also wondering why you constantly delete my posts although they contain nothing violating the rules.

 

here is one of my very short posts that you deleted

 

Quote:

you feel alienated TheH?

 

can you tell us, what is wrong with this post? is this also one of my "disgusting insults"?

 

I must admit, you`re just being low catwoman, and I don`t care if you delete my account or not. if there is smn here who behaves inappropriately it`s you. now go ahead and delete this too.

 



Edited (3/18/2009) by tamikidakika
Edited (3/18/2009) by tamikidakika

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