Is Turkey bluffing about joining Shanghai Cooperation Organization?

Feb 4, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Pravda

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Turkey was seriously considering becoming a member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization as an alternative to joining the European Union.

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how could they be bluffing --they know they not getting into EU as long as they holding 37 percent of cyprus they stole ........
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the Turks aren't bluffing, I reckon they're searching for an identity which they don't have., they desperately have the need to be accepted.
Anything will do right now.
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Just hope that Turkey doesn't join Shanghai Cooperation Organization.
You should hope they join the EU where you be able to talk and trade with them some day .
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What on earth makes Turkey think that they would be accepted in the SCO??
Members of the SCO are proud, honourable peoples,
Not scavenging jackals or hyenas!!
Themistocles

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Dervis Eroglu wrote:
Just hope that Turkey doesn't join Shanghai Cooperation Organization.
You should hope they join the EU where you be able to talk and trade with them some day .
I don't care
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chineese * turkish

Shang He Zuzhi:

Zushi: us -isi:

su: water is one of primary element.

us: mindfull, cooparative,

ish: izhi: reflection of water element su.

zuzhi: well represents duality of mind and water.

shang he zuzhi: work of mind, work of cooparation.

observing the water is better than using it.
Themistocles

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CRN wrote:
chineese * turkish
Shang He Zuzhi:
Zushi: us -isi:
su: water is one of primary element.
us: mindfull, cooparative,
ish: izhi: reflection of water element su.
zuzhi: well represents duality of mind and water.
shang he zuzhi: work of mind, work of cooparation.
observing the water is better than using it.
Get off the drugs asap
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Feb 5, 2013
 
Sadik Aldogan'in Istanbul'da Millet Partisinin

imuhtelif toplantilarinda

Cumhurbaskanina giyabinda imütecavizane bir lisan

kullandigi ve k a n u n l a r a alenen sögdügü

anlasilmakta ise de b u cürümler Ceza K a nununun

hükümlerine göre t e r h i p l i cezayi i s t i l

z am eden f i i l l e r d en olmamasi

dolayiSiyle Ictüzük'ün 180 mci maddesi geregince

sorusturma ve

yargilamanin dönem sonuna birakilmasi;
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Dervis Eroglu wrote:
Just hope that Turkey doesn't join Shanghai Cooperation Organization.
You should hope they join the EU where you be able to talk and trade with them some day .
They are the Far East Asian people trying to emerge in western civilization so they have to go back right where they belong.
They know that quite well...

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Turkey need to join EU and be part of West.
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tank could be filled up with water representing empty space, and tiny air bubbles of various sizes could be introduced into the water one at a time. I imagine that bubbles far enough apart would have not move, but two bubbles introduced close enough to each-other(within their "gravitational fields" so to speak) would start to "gravitate" towards each-other. This is because two air bubbles close enough to each-other would each experience a greater inward pressure on the side away from the other bubble.
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CRN wrote:
tank could be filled up with water representing empty space, and tiny air bubbles of various sizes could be introduced into the water one at a time. I imagine that bubbles far enough apart would have not move, but two bubbles introduced close enough to each-other(within their "gravitational fields" so to speak) would start to "gravitate" towards each-other. This is because two air bubbles close enough to each-other would each experience a greater inward pressure on the side away from the other bubble.
I get it now, thanks
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Themistocles wrote:
<quoted text>I get it now, thanks
A certain miller had little by little fallen into poverty, and had nothing left but his mill and a large apple-tree behind it. Once when he had gone into the forest to fetch wood, an old man stepped up to him whom he had never seen before, and said,

"Why dost thou plague thyself with cutting wood, I will make thee rich, if thou wilt promise me what is standing behind thy mill?" - "What can that be but my apple-tree?"

thought the miller, and said, "Yes," and gave a written promise to the stranger. He, however, laughed mockingly and said,

"When three years have passed, I will come and carry away what belongs to me," and then he went.

When the miller got home, his wife came to meet him and said, "Tell me, miller, from whence comes this sudden wealth into our house? All at once every box and chest was filled; no one brought it in, and I know not how it happened."

He answered, "It comes from a stranger who met me in the forest, and promised me great treasure.

I, in return, have promised him what stands behind the mill; we can very well give him the big apple-tree for it." -

"Ah, husband," said the terrified wife, "that must have been the devil! He did not mean the apple-tree, but our daughter, who was standing behind the mill sweeping the yard."
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When it grew dark the King came into the garden and brought a priest with him, who was to speak to the spirit. All three seated themselves beneath the tree and watched. At midnight the maiden came creeping out of the thicket, went to the tree, and again ate one pear off it with her mouth, and beside her stood the angel in white garments. Then the priest went out to them and said, "Comest thou from heaven or from earth? Art thou a spirit, or a human being?" She replied, "I am no spirit, but an unhappy mortal deserted by all but God." The King said, "If thou art forsaken by all the world, yet will I not forsake thee." He took her with him into his royal palace, and as she was so beautiful and good, he loved her with all his heart, had silver hands made for her, and took her to wife.
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CRN wrote:
<quoted text>
A certain miller had little by little fallen into poverty, and had nothing left but his mill and a large apple-tree behind it. Once when he had gone into the forest to fetch wood, an old man stepped up to him whom he had never seen before, and said,
"Why dost thou plague thyself with cutting wood, I will make thee rich, if thou wilt promise me what is standing behind thy mill?" - "What can that be but my apple-tree?"
thought the miller, and said, "Yes," and gave a written promise to the stranger. He, however, laughed mockingly and said,
"When three years have passed, I will come and carry away what belongs to me," and then he went.
When the miller got home, his wife came to meet him and said, "Tell me, miller, from whence comes this sudden wealth into our house? All at once every box and chest was filled; no one brought it in, and I know not how it happened."
He answered, "It comes from a stranger who met me in the forest, and promised me great treasure.
I, in return, have promised him what stands behind the mill; we can very well give him the big apple-tree for it." -
"Ah, husband," said the terrified wife, "that must have been the devil! He did not mean the apple-tree, but our daughter, who was standing behind the mill sweeping the yard."
Interesting, was this in Cyprus?
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CRN wrote:
When it grew dark the King came into the garden and brought a priest with him, who was to speak to the spirit. All three seated themselves beneath the tree and watched. At midnight the maiden came creeping out of the thicket, went to the tree, and again ate one pear off it with her mouth, and beside her stood the angel in white garments. Then the priest went out to them and said, "Comest thou from heaven or from earth? Art thou a spirit, or a human being?" She replied, "I am no spirit, but an unhappy mortal deserted by all but God." The King said, "If thou art forsaken by all the world, yet will I not forsake thee." He took her with him into his royal palace, and as she was so beautiful and good, he loved her with all his heart, had silver hands made for her, and took her to wife.
And they lived happily ever after?
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<quoted text>Interesting, was this in Cyprus?
DEFINETLY!
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<quoted text>And they lived happily ever after?
HOPEFULLY.
Themistocles

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CRN wrote:
<quoted text>
HOPEFULLY.
So the one who became the princess was the miller's daughter?
CRN

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Themistocles wrote:
<quoted text>So the one who became the princess was the miller's daughter?
she has to prove it with an apple seed.

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