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Kurd-free Turkey?
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20.       peacetrain
1905 posts
 29 Jul 2010 Thu 06:22 pm

 

Quoting thehandsom

 

 

I dont think it is worth to reply..

I dont think "calm" is that important for me when certain people look that the incidents through their "....-bans" glasses.

I dont think convergence of opinions will be always be a good thing with those people wearing those glasses..

I will post the subjects I believe is important. And yes..I have that sentiment and I think it is nothing to do with being a megalomaniac.. 

Dont even go into level of swearing i get here..I only respond to very little amount..Predictable . . . all part of your cycle.

So dont play that game.. Some times, there are at least 4/5 people swear at me here.. At the same time.. for what? just because I post something remind what the racism is.. aah diddums!

Why do you want to stop me anyway?? why? and how can you explain ´stopping somebody expressing their opinions´ to your students for example?

Anyway..

I dont really CARE what you think and ´ahh calm is shuttered. and it is all you.´ . I dont really value that calm either..

I would post the subject regarding racism/KKK and blacks  if I was an American, I would be against nazis if i was in 1945 and a German.   

As I said.. I will post whatever I believe is important..

 

 

I rest my case . . . predictable and a perfect example of a walking, living, breathing oxymoron. For something not worth a reply, you certainly gave it your time.

When I said "is there anything to stop you?" I meant is there anything stopping you from taking your place in the world of politics in Turkey?  Seriously, what is there to stop you from doing so?

So . . . I never mentioned anything about stopping you from speaking, quite the contrary.

btw If you could just refrain from uttering "racist" , "racism"  etc.  there may be hope for a cure for your Tourette´s. I mentioned your tactics earlier, but sometimes you only have the tic .

That´s me done here. I have to go . . . places to go, people to see, children to gag .. .

 

 

21.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 29 Jul 2010 Thu 06:31 pm

 

Quoting peacetrain

 

 

I rest my case . . . predictable and a perfect example of a walking, living, breathing oxymoron. For something not worth a reply, you certainly gave it your time.

When I said "is there anything to stop you?" I meant is there anything stopping you from taking your place in the world of politics in Turkey?  Seriously, what is there to stop you from doing so?

So . . . I never mentioned anything about stopping you from speaking, quite the contrary.

btw If you could just refrain from uttering "racist" , "racism"  etc.  there may be hope for a cure for your Tourette´s. I mentioned your tactics earlier, but sometimes you only have the tic .

That´s me done here. I have to go . . . places to go, people to see, children to gag .. .

 

 

 

Mine was not a reply at all..

As I said, I really dont value what you think..(And you know it very well)

Bye!! {#emotions_dlg.bye}

 



Edited (7/29/2010) by thehandsom

22.       libralady
5152 posts
 30 Jul 2010 Fri 08:09 am

 

Quoting thehandsom

Well..

I appreciate your inputs..

And I am aware that what is important to me to post here at a particular time my not be very entertaining yet important for others..

But we have to respect each other´s opinion on this matter.

 

 

 Well said!  Perhaps you should heed your own words!

23.       libralady
5152 posts
 30 Jul 2010 Fri 08:11 am

Kurd Free Turkey - sounds like some sort of food.... like sugar free jam, or gluten free bread, or fat free yoghurt...... {#emotions_dlg.rolleyes}

24.       si++
3785 posts
 30 Jul 2010 Fri 08:56 am

 

Quoting libralady

Kurd Free Turkey - sounds like some sort of food.... like sugar free jam, or gluten free bread, or fat free yoghurt...... {#emotions_dlg.rolleyes}

 

It´s becoming yoghurt with vinegar lately.{#emotions_dlg.sad}

25.       libralady
5152 posts
 05 Aug 2010 Thu 06:18 pm

 

Quoting si++

 

 

It´s becoming yoghurt with vinegar lately.{#emotions_dlg.sad}

 

Yup........... tart and unpalettable {#emotions_dlg.puking}

 

26.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 05 Aug 2010 Thu 09:02 pm

 

Quoting libralady

Kurd Free Turkey - sounds like some sort of food.... like sugar free jam, or gluten free bread, or fat free yoghurt...... {#emotions_dlg.rolleyes}

 

 Ohhhhh...like "Turkey Lite?"{#emotions_dlg.lol_fast}

27.       oeince
582 posts
 06 Aug 2010 Fri 11:16 am

Turkish citizens wish a terror free Turkey.

Nothing more!

 

 

28.       miranshaways
5 posts
 01 Jun 2012 Fri 07:18 pm

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Edited (2/6/2013) by miranshaways

29.       vineyards
1954 posts
 02 Jun 2012 Sat 12:18 pm

Miranshaway, I have to ask you whether you have bothered reading a history book of any kind?

The Ottoman history is full of conflicts and riots involving Kurds. In other words, these two communities have hardly ever trusted each other for long periods.

True, there has never been a peaceful Middle East. The Middle East has never been able to make their own decisions. All of their crucial decisions were made by the caring British and French protector angels who drew their borders for them, determined who would control the oil hence the money and pay tribute to them in exchange of their self-proclaimed police work.

There can be no peace in a region whose streets are either besieged or invaded periodically. Just ask yourself if there secret agents and provocators in your streets? Are your temples getting bombed routinely? Are you beaten or humiliated by invading soldiers day in day out who take pictures with your uncle´s corpse?

The Middle is a de facto vassal state of the US.



Edited (6/2/2012) by vineyards

30.       vineyards
1954 posts
 03 Jun 2012 Sun 02:46 am

Barba_Mama, this world is a very complicated place when it comes to international relations.

There are certain things which you think I am taking for granted; it took me quite a while to come to grasp of them. You are trying a balanced approach, mostly sitting on the fence, idealizing the sides as a mixture of right and wrong and you are right up to a certain extent.

Nevertheless, conflicts between nations or communities are far from being simple matters that can be settled with this approach. They are like an iceberg; instead of ice, they are made up of hatred. You can´t judge it by what it looks like because much of it is concealed from eyes.

Take up another angle and consider, why there should be so much hatred and violence in the world? There are borders that isolate people from one another or in the case of civil wars, people involved usually have long spells of peace and jointly formed civilizations. Human nature is neither good nor bad. Unless provoked collectively, they don´t usually harm other people.

If there is war in this world, it is seldom caused by those who seem to be doing the fight. There are known fire starters, they produce the weapons, they have the intelligence, and they have a global coverage of those things. Wars are actually often started by the powers that be. Every now and them, you hear them warmongering, inviting troops from their allies. They are the ones with bases all around the world. Their intelligence services far exceed the reach of the BBC. In short, you need to be a superpower to decide who will kill whom.

Kurds in Turkey is a long story but rest assured, in every episode of this conflict, there is the hand of powers that be. It is a multi-billion dollar project. Without the support of the secret services, they couldn´t survive a day let alone owning expensive weapons, logistic and intelligence channels.

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