Turkey's rising clout leaves Iran fuming on sidelines of Arab Spring
There are 2 comments on the Christian Science Monitor story from Nov 2, 2011, titled Turkey's rising clout leaves Iran fuming on sidelines of Arab Spring. In it, Christian Science Monitor reports that:
Turkish President Abdullah Gul and his Afghan counterpart Hamid Karzai speak during the Istanbul Conference for Afghanistan in Istanbul, Turkey, Wednesday.
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#1 Nov 3, 2011
This is only because the Turkish Government is elected and not selected by a bunch of fake Muslim ragheads who has no idea,brains,finesse,political intelligence or any idea of who really owns them yet trying to stay in power by brutalising their own people who would get rid of them in an afternoon if only they do not keep stealing elections.
They shall always be on the sidelines as they do not even represent Iranians but an obscure style of Government loosely based in Islam which has been twisted to serve their own interests of worldly riches , embezzlement and corruption.I mean, look at that Ahmadinejat,you need loads a money to keep that ugly fcuker on the Media!
#2 Nov 3, 2011
Turkey is on the right track ....
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