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  • Turkey - back to the middle ages.

    They already went from a modern country back to a retard muslim state but now you can marry children again in this wannabe European country...

    Luckily they never entered EU - unlucky they are NATO.
    It's easier to fool people than to convince them they have been fooled. - Mark Twain.

  • #2
    anti-IU propaganda mutation syndrome . [deep from th virtual tmb istanbul .... now to anothr level

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    • #3
      well i can't help it they allow mature men to marry young children there since last week....blame erdogan
      It's easier to fool people than to convince them they have been fooled. - Mark Twain.

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      • #4
        wht u expect from barbaric tribe settled violently in a place not belongin to em. th west closes eye because they r USA military puppets

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        • #5
          the turkish chosen leader erdogan came up with that.....you think a barbaric tribe makes the law for entire turkish country?

          voters voted erdogan....erdogan says it's ok for old men to marry children

          that is modern day Turkey atm
          It's easier to fool people than to convince them they have been fooled. - Mark Twain.

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          • #6
            you are afraid to hurt someones feelings(?) by not admiting that turks are a barbaric tribe(historic fact) which accepts those norms you talkin about atm .

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            • #7
              yep turks are a tribe... with origins in today’s China who come in Turkey like 2000 years ago... BUT what this has to do this with present?

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              • #8
                i worked in turkey for years, and yeah they are a pretty conflicted country, with Muslim beliefs but wanna be part of EU and can't get in yet they are a European country

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by General View Post
                  i worked in turkey for years, and yeah they are a pretty conflicted country, with Muslim beliefs but wanna be part of EU and can't get in yet they are a European country
                  No they’re Asian country with a small part in Europe

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                  • #10
                    they have comunist factions doing terrorist acts . caliphate mentality leaders . kurdish insurgency proclaiming fredom fo years . and alot of other shit like this. it runs thru they blood warmongers and they have not yet completet 800 years since came down from they steppes they not that old daniele. they should go back where they came and give back whats not theirs .

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                    • #11
                      turks are more likely to end up in the mess that's called the middle east than they will be able to call themselves a part of either europe or asia...

                      their muslims will drive that country back in time...that's what you get for backing up IS caliphate just because you claim a kurdish "problem" (which are more modern by now than the turks themselves)
                      It's easier to fool people than to convince them they have been fooled. - Mark Twain.

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                      • #12
                        Erdoğan was already working to replace Turkey’s stabilizing secularism with an Islamist social and foreign policy agenda. He replaced all members of Turkey’s powerful banking board with alumni of Islamic finance, most of whom, like current President Abdullah Gül, had cut their teeth in Saudi banks. Once under Islamist control, Erdoğan used the banking board to attack opponents’ assets, confiscating businesses and driving some into bankruptcy. AKP appointees, however, turned a blind eye to the influx of Saudi and Qatari money into AKP coffers and slush-funds.

                        Judges vacated an AKP decision to impose a mandatory retirement age on civil servants. The scheme would have allowed Erdoğan to appoint 4,000 new judges, almost half of Turkey’s total judiciary. In response to judicial vetoes, Bülent Arınç, then speaker of the parliament and now Erdoğan’s chief deputy, threatened to dissolve the constitutional court if its justices continued to find AKP legislation unconstitutional. But the issue is now moot. After a decade in power, Erdoğan has attained through attrition what the courts initially denied him.

                        One in five Turkish generals are now in prison on charges that, at best, are dubious. As Erdoğan expanded party control over the police and judiciary, he turned his guns on the press. Simply lampooning Erdoğan in a political cartoon sparks retaliation. Turkey now imprisons more journalists than Iran and China and, according to Reporters Without Frontiers, ranks below Russia, Venezuela, and Zimbabwe in press freedom. Last year, police arrested investigative journalist Ahmet Şıkand and confiscated pre-publication drafts of a manuscript detailing Islamist infiltration of security forces.
                        It's easier to fool people than to convince them they have been fooled. - Mark Twain.

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                        • #13


                          it says 'well done!' on this banner used in an anti-israel - pro-palestinian protest in turkey...

                          turks allowing erdogan to wreck the ataturk legacy and bring them back in 600 AD when islam was what it translates: a means to invade and dominate all other cultures....
                          It's easier to fool people than to convince them they have been fooled. - Mark Twain.

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                          • #14
                            worst NATO member ever...
                            It's easier to fool people than to convince them they have been fooled. - Mark Twain.

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                            • #15
                              You probably need to check the list of NATO members history clearly first before you pick on your most hated country..

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