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Why Turkey and the EU need each other
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40.       adana
416 posts
 30 Mar 2009 Mon 11:17 pm

 

Quoting TheAenigma

 

 

 Why is your grammar and phraseology so "unEnglish" then?   Sorry for my insignificant opinon...

 

 why are you picking on AE?

Can´t you recognize this Euroasian,Caucasian,Balkan,Mediterranean,native to Britain pidgin?WinkSorry for another insignificant opinion.....



Edited (3/30/2009) by adana
Edited (3/30/2009) by adana [just teasing) is it clear enough for LIR???]

41.       lady in red
6947 posts
 30 Mar 2009 Mon 11:45 pm

 

Quoting adana

 

 

 why are you picking on AE?

Can´t you recognize this Euroasian,Caucasian,Balkan,Mediterranean,native to Britain pidgin?WinkSorry for another insignificant opinion.....

 

You think Kaya´08´s English sounds like pidgin English?????  How very strange  Unsure - or maybe I misunderstood your comment.

42.       adana
416 posts
 30 Mar 2009 Mon 11:55 pm

 

Quoting lady in red

 

 

You think Kaya´08´s English sounds like pidgin English?????  How very strange  Unsure - or maybe I misunderstood your comment.

 

 Of course you DID misunderstand)

43.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 31 Mar 2009 Tue 12:06 am

 

Quoting libralady

 

 

1) No country in the current EU will allow Turkey´s population freedom of movment across the EU whilst it is in the grips of a severe recession.

 

2) But looking at it conversely, would Turkey allow freedom of labour movement into Turkey and other Eruopeans taking Turkish jobs in the tourist industry for instance? 

 

1) Exactly, especially those like the UK or Eire with great social benefits for families with children

2) This one´s made me laugh - just picture those dudu-driven Brits and Amerikans moving to Turkey. There´d be a need to restore polygamy as some westerners will share a few dudus lol Picture that happy family with a dudu in the middle lol

44.       libralady
5152 posts
 31 Mar 2009 Tue 12:12 am

 

Quoting Daydreamer

 

 

1) Exactly, especially those like the UK or Eire with great social benefits for families with children

2) This one´s made me laugh - just picture those dudu-driven Brits and Amerikans moving to Turkey. There´d be a need to restore polygamy as some westerners will share a few dudus lol Picture that happy family with a dudu in the middle lol

 

 You can just picture it now, all those young, love struct girlies wanting to work in the tourist resorts, foam parties, pub crawls and the like............. uhmmmmm somehow I don´t think so <img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'>

45.       Kaya´08
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 31 Mar 2009 Tue 12:26 pm

 

Quoting adana

 

 

 why are you picking on AE?

Can´t you recognize this Euroasian,Caucasian,Balkan,Mediterranean,native to Britain pidgin?WinkSorry for another insignificant opinion.....

 

Thats okay friend

46.       femmeous
2642 posts
 02 Apr 2009 Thu 12:38 am

 

Quoting Kaya´08

 

 

Thats okay friend

 

 dear friend, can you change your nick by obtaining a new account or something?

47.       adana
416 posts
 02 Apr 2009 Thu 04:15 am

Laugh atohhh femme do not rant....he prefers me not you))Ninjait must be your soup .....!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Quoting femmeous

 

 

 dear friend, can you change your nick by obtaining a new account or something?

 

 

48.       Platschu
29 posts
 05 Sep 2009 Sat 07:46 pm

I read a Hungarian article about Ahmet Davutoðlu´s politic. I am so happy to see that Turkey began to walk on the right way. The Kurd and Armenian questions have to be answered, if Turkey wants to join EU. When I walked in Istanbul, I could feel it already did, because I had a so positive experience about the Turkish people. Istanbul was a very modern city and they could keep the old Turkish culture as well. If I couldn´t see the advertisements in Turkish language, I could feel I was in Spain or Italy. But I saw the bright side of Turkey, so I wish they could find a permanent solution and they could sign peace with the neighbours and minorities at the east borders.

 

On the other hand, I am not so sure you will win with the EU connection. You can work more easier in West European countries, but I fear the richer EU companies will buy everything in Turkey as they did in Hungary. And you have to controll the borders even harder, because so many immigrants will come from Middle Asia.

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