Antis Are Always Angst...

Antis Are Always Angst...

Created by Pro Turkish Blogger on Aug 8, 2011

1,153 votes

Click on an option to vote

Greeks Are Hurting

Armans Are Suffering

Kurds Are Sore

Bulgars Are Crying

Arabs Are Grieving

Kurds Are Miserable

Bulgars Are Bitter

Armans Are Agonized

Greeks Are Distressed

Arabs Are Sorrowful

First Prev
of 11
Next Last
Eight To Go

Burbank, CA

#1 Aug 8, 2011
Greeks Are Hurting

Richmond, Australia

#2 Aug 9, 2011
Armans Are Agonized

Brunswick, Australia

#3 Aug 9, 2011
The Turks in Thrace were forced to leave their homes & settle in
Anatolia during the Balkan Wars

Lyons, IL

#4 Aug 10, 2011
All the above as stated.

Brunswick, Australia

#5 Aug 11, 2011
The Asian part of Anatolia comprises a large part of the present day Turkey. The eastern region of Turkey, Thrace, lies in Europe and has 23,000 sq km surface area. The elevation rises from west towards east and stabilizes at around 800m above sea level in the Central Anatolian Plateau !!

Brunswick, Australia

#6 Aug 11, 2011
Further east, the elevation increases and reaches 2,000-2,200m on the average in eastern Anatolia. In the South, the taurus Mountains lay parallel to the Mediterranean with average elevations around 2,500m, sometimes reaching 4,OOOm above sea level. In Western Anatolia, the mountain ranges lie from east to west, perpendicular to the Aegean Sea creating fertile valleys and fields washed by the rivers of famous ancient times legends such as the Great Meander, Castros, Pactole and Selinus. These mountain ranges, perpendicular to the sea, created many peninsulas and bays and thus, a coastal line full of natural wonders.
Turkish National Parks

Brunswick, Australia

#7 Aug 14, 2011
Among the national parks, the famed Kuscenneti National Park is characterized by a particularly significant ecological structure. The Kuscenneti National Park is one of the many prime quality wetlands in Turkey and is located in the southern zone of the Marmara region. This area was established as a national park in 1959, was awarded "European Diploma" in 1976 by the Council of Europe, and Diploma was renewed in 1981, 1985 and 1991.

Since: Jun 10


#8 Aug 16, 2011

A man asked the Hodja,
“Hodja Effendi, to which side must I turn when bathing in the sea?”
The Hodja answered;
“To the side where your clothes are.”

Clayton, Australia

#9 Aug 19, 2011


#10 Aug 25, 2011
Eight To Go wrote:
Greeks Are Hurting
Yes they are hurting and then some more.

Ventspils, Latvia

#11 Aug 28, 2011
A demitasse would fit a greek head like a sombrero.

Brunswick, Australia

#12 Aug 29, 2011
Victory Day in Turkey commemorates the key Turkish victory against Greek forces in the Battle of Domlupinar (August 26-30, 1922).

The outcome of the battle, which took place in Kütahya province in western Turkey, determined the overall outcome of the Turkish War of Independence (1919-1923)!

Although foreign forces left the country for good in the autumn of 1922, Turkish people accept August 30 as the date of the Turkish troops’ overall victory!

Victory Day was first celebrated in only a few cities in Turkey – such as Ankara, Izmir & Afyonkarahisar – on August 30, 1923. It became a national holiday in 1935.
Today Is Bayram

Melbourne, Australia

#13 Aug 29, 2011
the french are bending


#14 Sep 2, 2011
itre wrote:
A demitasse would fit a greek head like a sombrero.
A decorated Turkish demitasse.

Brunswick, Australia

#15 Sep 2, 2011
Mersin port is an international hub for many vessels routing to European countries.Its now operated by PSA!!!

Brunswick, Australia

#16 Sep 2, 2011
Mersin University

Mersin UniversityMersin University
Mersin University is a state university, built in 1992 in Mersin province, Turkey. The university has about 25,000 students, 1,405 academic staff and a number of foreign and guest academic staff....
was founded in 1992 and started teaching in 1993-1994, with 11 faculties, 6 schools and 9 vocational schools. The university has had about 10 thousand graduates, has broadened its current academic staff to more than 2,100 academicians, and enrolls 22,000 students.

Fitzroy, Australia

#17 Sep 5, 2011
Mersin gibisi yok
dont fk with ALI

Richmond, Australia

#18 Sep 6, 2011
which fkwit here spammed my posts with spam?

North Bergen, NJ

#19 Sep 9, 2011
Cavus wrote:
All the above as stated.
You shouls\d know.
Bursali Aydin

Sofia, Bulgaria

#20 Sep 10, 2011
İyi geceler

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker
First Prev
of 11
Next Last

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Turkey Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
News Republicans rush to shut borders to Syrian refu... 21 min Mikey 81
News David Cameron: 'Very big gap' remains between R... 49 min Mikey 35
News Despite Paris, Obama rejects calls for shift in... 1 hr American_Infidel 89
News Downing of fighter jet over Turkey raises fears... 3 hr UKRAINE in NATO 4
News Turkish F-16s shoot down Russian plane 4 hr Joe Doe 3
Who Has the Biggest Penis: Turks or Greeks? (Jul '09) 11 hr BYZANTINE 29
News More Mon Stephany McDowell 5
More from around the web