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Turkey must attack Israel

we are living in modern ages, and in modern ages, healthy nations seek to resolve their disputes not by war, but by economical, pyschological means  (Jun 6, 2010 | post #130)

Erdogan Tells Turkish Parliament Next Gaza Aid Convoy May...

The army's primary duty is to secure and protect Ataturk's secular ideologies, called Kemalism. We had a debate about this same event with my friends a couple of days ago, we concluded that the Army silently awaits Erdogan's popularity to decrease, and it really actually is. He waits and then creates worldwide scandals that makes him talked about and popular, his mentally had always existed within Turks but will never last long. Turkey's core principal, in its creation is secularism and true democracy. Under the dictatorship of Erdogan, Turkey , as a NATO nation, partners with Hamas and support the criminal of Darfur. Our foreign, internal policies are a shame. I m afraid, If he lasts longer, Turkey will be dragged into a war.  (Jun 5, 2010 | post #123)

Erdogan Tells Turkish Parliament Next Gaza Aid Convoy May...

Turkey, will not, cannot be the tool of radical islamist regimes. Israel make its mistakes, but siding with arabs isnt a healthy option for a secular Turkey. I say NO ! Secular Turkey shall survive  (Jun 4, 2010 | post #110)

Which Countries Turkish Tourists Visit?

I think you love turks because you talk about them 24/7  (Jun 13, 2009 | post #3)

Which is the best Turkish victory on the history?

cok cahiliz cok. mesela tarih kitaplarinda malazgirt anadoluya acilan kapi diye gecer. yalan, dogru bir bilgi degil bu. malazgirt savasindan yillar evvel de, turk kavimleri bolgede yasiyor, ticaret icin gelip gidiyor, ve hatta bircok yerlesim alaninda oguz turklerinden insanlar bulunuyordu. turklere acilan kapi yorumu eksik ve fantastic icerikli  (Jun 13, 2009 | post #118)

Osmanli Imparatorluguna Ihanet Eden Millet Turkler

Cehalet cok kotu birsey. Hangi yanlis yazdigin konu dan bahsetsem bilemiyorum, oyuzden hic uzun uzun yazamayacagim. birkac dipnot ile yetinecegim, ki sana bu bile fazla. cumhuriyet doneminde diger milletler asimile edilmistir diyorsun, ancak osmanli nin dunyanin en buyuk emperyalist guc oldugunu, ve yuzyillar boyunca ayakta durmus olmasini fetih ettigi topraklardaki halklari devsirme yapmasina muhtac oldugunu bile bilmiyorsun. ornegin osmanli kirim i fetih etmeden evvel, kirim da yasayan toplulugun cogu yahudi idi. osmanli orayi aldiktan birkac sene sonra ise orada yasayanlarin %90'i turk ve musluman oluverdi, erkeklerde yeniceri ocagina yollandi. simdi bu degisim nasi oldu saniyorsun? o bahsettigin asimilasyon sayesinde. osmanli imparatorlugu, asimilasyonun gobegi idi, yeniceri dedigin nedir zannediyorsun? hristiyan, slav evlatlarinin beyinlerini yikayip turk-musluman yapip on cephede savastirilmis biyer. oyuzden cumhuriyeti suclamadan evvel o cok ovundugun osmanli donemleri de iyi oku arastir, osman bey nicki almakla tarihci olunmuyor. ayrica burada sana son donem osmanli padisah ve bas vezirlerinin nasil dis guclerle ve diplomatlarla ulke topraklarini pazarliklik konusu yaptigini da anlatirim ama ugrasamayacagim, bos zamani olan sensin ben degil.  (Jun 13, 2009 | post #3)

Obama, Sarkozy disagree Turkey's entry to EU

what do you mean why? Italy wants Turkey to join, just like Portugal, Spain or USA. what do all these have in common? they dont have as many(infact really tiny compare to the first group) turks within their homeland.  (Jun 8, 2009 | post #49)

NATO attaches great significance to Turkey: secretary gen...

you dont get it do you... Turkey's army got "strong" because USA wanted it Turkey's army can get as strong as USA wants it Turkey's army, from its navy to its airforce is full of materials that are american designed These are facts. Those experienced pilots who now teaches at military schools was trained by american pilots. our technicians and other army personnel was also trained by americans. search the modernization periods of our army and you'll see what i mean. you go ahead and masturbate to a so-called ranking, but the reality is there is 2-3 major armed forces in the world, and the remains are the details or the "colonies " of those "big brothers", such us ourselves.  (Jun 8, 2009 | post #5)

Obama, Sarkozy disagree Turkey's entry to EU

you can include Italy to the second group also.  (Jun 8, 2009 | post #46)

Obama, Sarkozy disagree Turkey's entry to EU

Denmark, Holland, France and Germany. what do these country have in common? They have the majority of Turks living within their own homeland. what else do they have in common? they all oppose Turkey to be a member of EU Portugal, Spain, USA what do these countries have in common? They dont really have a major Turkish minority within their homeland what else do they have in common? They advocate & support Turkey to join EU i have nothing else to say, if you are smart enough, you'll understand the equation  (Jun 8, 2009 | post #45)

NATO attaches great significance to Turkey: secretary gen...

that armed forces that you keep mentioning was created , sponsored ENTIRELY by United States. Look at our Navy, just until recently the entire Turkish Navy was consisted of American ships. Look at our Airforce. what do we have the most? F-16 Which country designed & created F series? USA USA trained our pilots, USA provided those aircrafts. so dont act like we have been creating our own weapons for the last 100 years, because United States wanted to create a strong Turkish army against Russia etc.. so they gave us all those stuff you are now being proud of. conclusion= you shouldnt be proud of a piece of metal, especially if its sponsored, created or trained by somebody else.  (Jun 8, 2009 | post #2)

Armenian got disgusting,rude,vulgar soul ?

The person you consider ignorant and insignificant is the one who came from God, that he might learn bliss from grief and knowledge from gloom. Kahlil Gibran  (Jun 6, 2009 | post #33)

Turkey Under Increasing Pressure to Reopen Greek Orthodox...

Muzafer Sherif, an early leader of social psychology, was born in 1906 in Turkey. When Sherif was 13 years old Greek soldiers invaded the Turkish vil- lage where he lived and proceeded to murder adult males villagers. The man next to Sherif was bayoneted to death, but Sherif was allowed to live because of his youth (Trotter 1985). As a result of this tragic event Sherif devoted his life to exploring the causes of international aggression and how it could be reduced. In a now classic study, Sherif (1937) placed subjects in a darkened room and asked them to estimate how far a dot of light moved across a screen. In fact the pinpoint of light was stationary. Under conditions such as these, an optical illusion known as the autokinetic effect makes it seem as if the light travels. Subjects were thus placed in a situation in which reality was ambiguous and in which they were asked to provide information about something that was indeterminate. Results showed that when subjects completed the task in groups, they frequently demonstrated the emergence of a social norm in terms of their belief about the movement of the light: After several trials the subjects would tend to conform and each subject in the group would provide a similar estimate. In other words, in this situation in which reality was ambiguous, subjects looked to each other for information about what was happening and developed a socially constructed reality regarding their belief about how far the dot of light was moving. Sherif believed that slogans and propaganda produce a simi- lar mental process on a national or cultural level through the creation of cultural assumptions or interpretations of reality regarding international politics and relations with nations considered to be enemies. Chomsky (1989) has argued that in democratic societies, political and economic pressures on news organi- zations and the mass media result in cultural social constructions that tend to reflect a dominant world view, to the exclusion of alternatives.  (Jun 6, 2009 | post #38)

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