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Identity or services? Kurds said ´identity´
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60.       catwoman
8933 posts
 02 Apr 2009 Thu 05:52 pm

 

Quoting TheAenigma

We will soon see them disappearing behind the pathetic "weather" type posts that Catwoman loves so much

 

muhahhaha lol

You do know me so well, don´t you..

61.       TheAenigma
5001 posts
 02 Apr 2009 Thu 05:54 pm

 

Quoting chiko

 

 

i wonder will you ever try to hear voice of non-kurds   always kurds kurds kurds!!!

 

 This is "aggressive"?

62.       chiko
135 posts
 02 Apr 2009 Thu 05:58 pm

 

Quoting catwoman

 

 

This is exactly the hypocricy of your attitude. You did not reply to the initial post by a constructive criticism, but you started an aggressive, personal attack, to which theH replied with "I´m not forcing you to read them". Don´t twist the story chiko. I think you need to step back and take a look at yourself, because you do have some good points we could learn from you, if you werent this aggressive.

 

yes yes i just realised  i was agressive and attacking one.. i am so sorry for this. am stepping back. Hopefully you and your dear friends will make this site better. Bye.

 

63.       catwoman
8933 posts
 02 Apr 2009 Thu 06:15 pm

 

Quoting TheAenigma

 This is "aggressive"?

 

Is this?


Obviously, I am not bending anybody´s arm and forcing them to read my posts.

64.       MrX67
2540 posts
 02 Apr 2009 Thu 06:18 pm

is it really hard to share same country and living under same flag by our different identities?????Ýsn´t possible for a Turk feel himself/herself as a Kurd or the same for Kurd???i´m afraid thats a nonsense political fight,nothing more then that...This elections showed us one time more,theres a big sensitivty about identity especially on southeast Turkey and thats the big danger for the future,while peace is waiting us with its all charm...Common sense always better then any identity..



Edited (4/2/2009) by MrX67
Edited (4/2/2009) by MrX67

65.       TheJanissary
384 posts
 02 Apr 2009 Thu 06:19 pm

dont be so aggressive catwoman.if we are making him sad, delete all members against his ideas, and stay here with ur dear handsome posting about kurdish issue in turkey

66.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 02 Apr 2009 Thu 06:55 pm

 

Quoting chiko

 

 

Look Mr. Wise . Posts or threads are not personal like pms. they are on public so i have every right to criticise them or to like or dislike them. if you disagree with me just say you disagree but dont be like a child and say " i am not forcing you to read them " ...i wonder what would you say if they opened threads 5 times  day about how bad kurdish or leftists are and how great and unique Turks and Turkey are. Stop being sanctimonious. i really regret to get into this thread. you humanist and open minded guys who always talk about freedom of speech , when i agree with you i am liked and though as open minded  but when i say something you dont like i am suddenly attacked by you ( your solidarity Wink )  what i am surprised of is that  other protectors have not involved this thread yet...they must be about to join anyway...

 

 

Ha ha..

Well you had your critisisim and I replied..

As I said..I am not forcing anybody to read my posts. I dont think it is childish at all.. 

You can open any thread you like.. Be my guest..

But I am not going to go and say to you that ´Chiko, do not post these´. If I do, that would be childish..

 

 

67.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 02 Apr 2009 Thu 06:58 pm

 

Quoting TheAenigma

 

 

 I am not intending to make your day perfect by disappearing anywhere canim.  I think the best thing anyone can do about your posts is just completely ignore them.  We will soon see them disappearing behind the pathetic "weather" type posts that Catwoman loves so much

 

Ha ha 

That is what I said in the beginning to you..

Just ignore them..

Do NOT read them.

Do NOT answer them...

68.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 02 Apr 2009 Thu 07:00 pm

 

Quoting TheJanissary

dont be so aggressive catwoman.if we are making him sad, delete all members against his ideas, and stay here with ur dear handsome posting about kurdish issue in turkey

 

Do not worry..

You and your friends are not making me sad at all..On the contrary, I am enjoying this..

Bring it on!!! lol

69.       TheJanissary
384 posts
 02 Apr 2009 Thu 07:25 pm

 

Quoting thehandsom

 

 

Do not worry..

You and your friends are not making me sad at all..On the contrary, I am enjoying this..

Bring it on!!! lol

 I know u are enjoying it. that s why u are writing about sensitive issues. and trying to attract attention. I dont have friends here like u.

 

 

 

70.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 02 Apr 2009 Thu 07:46 pm

 

Quoting TheJanissary

 

 I know u are enjoying it. that s why u are writing about sensitive issues. and trying to attract attention. I dont have friends here like u.

 

 

 

The rules are simple (same as the rules mentioned above):

Just ignore them..

Do NOT read them.

Do NOT answer them...

OK?

 

 



Edited (4/2/2009) by thehandsom

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