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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Kurds love Turks: the mother of all myths!

There is nothing ethnic Turks of Turkey want the rest of the world to believe more than their carefully manufactured myth of Kurdish love towards them & vice versa. I say it is about time we take away their right to disseminate crap! Under the new category 'Kurdish Truths' I will add myth-buster comments, unedited, by Kurds and Turks on various fora. Here is one to get us started: "This again, shows the true face of the majority of Turkey. The problem with the Turkish people is their ultranationalism. Nationalism is from the 20th century, and it left it marks. Look at Auswitch. Why this anger to the Kurds?  ... cnt'd
What did they do to the Turks? And many people in Turkey don't know why the PKK started... Well, let me tell you. Because there's still discrimination in Turkey. We have no written rights. Till this government it was taboe to talk about the Kurdish problem/dillema. But what if the Erdogan regime changes, and we get another Kennan Evran? Again mass murders, again no freedom to speak or listen Kurdish. The constitutional law has to change, and still the ultranationalist can't accept it. The Zaman, part of Samanyolu, is not quite objective. Because they manipulate the people of Turkey, like all other channels in Turkey. Turkey needs changes, face it." - Some Kurd , 18 July 2011 , 02:51 commenting on 'Jeered Kurdish singer says protest a blow to peace, brotherhood in Turkey' 17 July 2011 TODAY'S ZAMAN

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