The rise of Turkey in the Balkans

Jul 11, 2011 Full story: SETimes news 132,892

Turkey has played a moderator role between Serbia and the tripartite BiH presidency.

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Since: Oct 12

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#112427 Nov 19, 2012
Turk 187 wrote:
Nina its obviously clear you have the whore DNA...but let me shine some light on your below average post.
I read and write in arabic and speak over 4 different languages, this has not only given me a better understanding of my beliefs but has helped me become more wordly, Im grateful that I learned so many languages.
Now if your somehow trying to spark a debate regarding the Ataturk days your really only creating a storm in a tea cup and you should stick to watching the ceiling and waiting for the buzz noise so you client can get off you so the next one can jump on.
Hope your next client is a dark man with an impressive endownment whos requesting the Nina Back Door access....wink wink !!!
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I m glad that now you make it obviously clear that you have the Malakas dna.
Back door access is for impotent but ..knowledgable rats like you. Go practise your..knowledge and keep your experience with women of your league to youself.
gid kendini siktir impotent ibne.
fck off and in universal Greek
aei never gamisou Malaka!

kindly yours ,
Nina

ps. really hope one day you'll be able to manage yourself through the front door!
:))

Since: Oct 12

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#112428 Nov 19, 2012
Faith wrote:
Cauliflower, Superior it is said never gives up her dead.......
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =hgI8bta-7awXX
Does any one know where the love of God goes
when the waves turn the minutes to hours?
...
And all that remains is the faces and the names
of the wives and the sons and the daughters

sad song...

Since: Nov 12

Dearborn, MI

#112429 Nov 19, 2012
Nina Q wrote:
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:) diplomatic and ..humble. pragmatic too.:))
I am a creature of necessity:) and a man of many talents;)
jackass

Miami, FL

#112430 Nov 19, 2012
Milena N wrote:
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Man,if your GF has a bigger dck than you,that's really not good.LMAO!
you have a black dick, howcome so small?
jackass

Miami, FL

#112432 Nov 19, 2012
im gonna call authorities now....we need to save those poor kids....living in neighborhood where the most educated persons sell drugs or suck pipis for crack...is not the best environment

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#112433 Nov 19, 2012
Faith wrote:
NINA:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =fhyApMVm9RsXX&feature=rel ated
thanks. good one.
http://youtu.be/UM9_ExJL-o0
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#112434 Nov 19, 2012
babushka wrote:
How interesting ... woman with kids, up all night on internet and you mention apes she shows up to defend herself and after being away two hours.. LOL!
It's called being a mother and having a job. It doesn't concern you, fella.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#112435 Nov 19, 2012
Nina Q wrote:
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Does any one know where the love of God goes
when the waves turn the minutes to hours?
...
And all that remains is the faces and the names
of the wives and the sons and the daughters
sad song...
Sad story.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#112436 Nov 19, 2012
Alaturc OttomanSon wrote:
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unarmed Iraq and how to lose in Iraq, Afghanistan or stone-throwing peoples, and advanced army Usa heroes!
How do you figure the US "lost" in Iraq, Cauliflower? The mission was "regime change". Ask Saddam how that worked out.
jackass

Miami, FL

#112437 Nov 19, 2012
Murat_T wrote:
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I am a creature of necessity:) and a man of many talents;)
Getting a son is creature of necessity in turkey......so what better than sending him to dearborne, michigan to run a shawarma grill.

Im sure your parents are proud of you!
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#112438 Nov 19, 2012
Turk 187 wrote:
Every language sounds beautiful whorebag, but I dont expect a racist xenophobic inbreed fool like you to see beyond the confides of a brothel
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Arabic is gutteral it sounds like a heavy smoker trying to clear their throat. It is the language of the Godless.

Since: Nov 12

Dearborn, MI

#112439 Nov 19, 2012
Nina Q wrote:
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ela Turko mou, for you :
The Book of Alexander the Great
Ours shall be the whole earth---ours it shall be quite."
Then, when heard the Vizier what the King did say,
Quoth he: "Realm-o'erthrowing Monarch, live for aye!
May the Mighty Ruler set thy crown on high,
That thy throne may ever all assaults defy!
May thy life's rose-garden never fade away!
May thy glory's orchard never see decay!
http://www.ottomansouvenir.com/General/Turkis... Book of Alexander the Great
It's interesting that one of the earliest Ottoman poems is about Alexander Great. You have to understand that early Ottoman Sultans perceived themselves as the true heirs of Roman Empire, for them Roman empire never ceased, just got a new emperor with a different religion. Alexander Great was one of Fatih the Conqurer's favorite military leaders, a figure of aspiration. Sharlken and Kanuni the Great never got along because both of them claimed to be Emperors and Kanuni saw Sharlken as an upstart, a threat to his own claim on the Roman Empire

Since: Nov 12

Dearborn, MI

#112440 Nov 19, 2012
jackass wrote:
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Getting a son is creature of necessity in turkey......so what better than sending him to dearborne, michigan to run a shawarma grill.
Im sure your parents are proud of you!
You have a problem with the Middle Eastern food:)? too sensitive in the stomach mayheps:) By now customers are waiting;)
Dejan

Vinica, Macedonia

#112441 Nov 19, 2012
Milena N wrote:
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There was this one story my mom used to read to me when I was little:
In an enchanted birch forest all trees were trees during the day and beautiful girls at night.One of them was slim and tall,the most beautiful of all.But she was very selfish and snooty.None of the other girls were good enough for her.She preferred to stay alone and admire her own beauty.
One night a ferocious storm came upon the birch forest.All the girls bunched together and wrap their arms around each other's shoulders to protect their selves from the wind.Only the stuck up beauty stayed aside.They called for her to join them but she said she didn't need them,she could take care of herself.Finally the storm hit with a full force,battering the forest,the wind hissing,twisting and bending the trees.Finally,the storm blew over,the wind died off and the sun rose in the morning.The birch trees were disheveled but still standing.The tall birch who stayed alone during the storm was laying on the ground torn up by the roots.
I let you draw your own Moral from the story,Dejane.Even better,go and tell it to Gruevski.
It's a good enlightening story, however this is not the story about the tree fairies and the storm, this is the story for the pack of wolfs and the lamb.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#112442 Nov 19, 2012
Murat_T wrote:
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It's interesting that one of the earliest Ottoman poems is about Alexander Great. You have to understand that early Ottoman Sultans perceived themselves as the true heirs of Roman Empire, for them Roman empire never ceased, just got a new emperor with a different religion. Alexander Great was one of Fatih the Conqurer's favorite military leaders, a figure of aspiration. Sharlken and Kanuni the Great never got along because both of them claimed to be Emperors and Kanuni saw Sharlken as an upstart, a threat to his own claim on the Roman Empire
That's a cute story, savage. The Turks had nothing at all to do with the grandeur of the Roman Empire. They were swinging from trees when the Romans were building cities and roads.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#112443 Nov 19, 2012
Dejan wrote:
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It's a good enlightening story, however this is not the story about the tree fairies and the storm, this is the story for the pack of wolfs and the lamb.
Monkeydonia is not a real country. It is contrived....made-up.
doli parton kai faton

Athens, Greece

#112444 Nov 19, 2012
Faith wrote:
<quoted text>Monkeydonia is not a real country. It is contrived....made-up.
you are wrong my friend. they are as real as cinderella !

Since: Oct 12

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#112445 Nov 19, 2012
Murat_T wrote:
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I am a creature of necessity:) and a man of many talents;)
no doubt..:)"capable for the best and the worst" as the saying goes?

“ I've never”

Since: Sep 11

faked a sarcasm in my life

#112446 Nov 19, 2012
Milena N wrote:
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I'm like your worst nightmare.I'll show up when you least expect it.
You sure are a nightmare to someone but not me.. I don't deal with your kind.
jackass

Miami, FL

#112447 Nov 19, 2012
Murat_T wrote:
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You have a problem with the Middle Eastern food:)? too sensitive in the stomach mayheps:) By now customers are waiting;)
no, i like Turkish, Lebanese and Israeli food. In Denmark there are many turkish bakeries...they make flat and round flower breads (pide?) with black sesame seeds.

Here there are many places where you can get Israeli food....there are many kosher mini supermarkets around here...Not so many muslims here...only a few turks, egyptians and muslims from former soviet union republics.

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