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Col. Alparslan Turkes of Turkey sign of devil

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  • RUDO
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    I hate Grey Wolves.Because they(Kontrgerillas)killed so many young boys in 1980s.They are blood sucking animals,they aren't people,they are animals.Even we may offend animals by saying them animals.
    But unfortunately they are still powerful in Turkey.They have Ülkü Ocakları(organization rooms)in every city of Turkey.
    They are responsible for many murders in Turkish History.

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  • TurQ
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    Look at this
    (As if this is of an important issue)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horned_hand
    Originally posted by maral_m79
    Fair enough
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  • TurQ
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    It is the sign of the Wolf not the Devil Maral
    You know it is the sign with 5 corner star is the universal sign of devil. For some extremist Christians the crescent might also represent Devil but who cares?
    In Texas the same sign symbolizes Texas, The long Horns(go Long Horns!),

    Also the same very sign is also the symbol of Rock Music(Hendrix might complain about this from graveyard ).

    I have posted a while ago(some months ago) about ALparslan Turkes's relation with ex-President Levon Ter Petrosyan. They have met several times to improve relations between Turkey and Armenia, they even aggreed on Alparslan Turkes's visit to Erivan and visit the museum for those who died in 1915, and he said Armenian had been wronged by Ittihadists(equally blaming Russians and Europeans). A while later he died and Ter Petrosyan's representative attended his funeral in Ankara among the attenders who made the same signs with their hands.
    Originally posted by maral_m79
    In other cultures, that is the sign of the devil !
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  • maral_m79
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    Originally posted by elendil
    Hmm, that is kind of carrying two meanings now. But still our culture belongs to us and the meaning it keeps for us is wolf not devil. As to Turkish nationalism being evil, for us it is not ,for others it may be...

    Fair enough

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  • elendil
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    In other cultures, that is the sign of the devil !
    Hmm, that is kind of carrying two meanings now. But still our culture belongs to us and the meaning it keeps for us is wolf not devil. As to Turkish nationalism being evil, for us it is not ,for others it may be...

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  • maral_m79
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    In other cultures, that is the sign of the devil !

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  • elendil
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    I am not a fan of Grey Wolves but that hand figure means "wolf" which stands for the legend of Turkish nation being guided by a wolf. Here is a demostration from profile I have uploaded it.
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  • Kharpert
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    What's your point?

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  • gilgalbiblewhee
    started a topic Col. Alparslan Turkes of Turkey sign of devil

    Col. Alparslan Turkes of Turkey sign of devil

    Picture: Col. Alparslan Turkes of Turkey, the late leader of "Grey Wolves" international terrorist.

    organization.


    http://www.cilicia.com/Azeriterrorism.htm

    You'll find more examples here:
    http://www.infowars.com/articles/nwo..._hand_sign.htm
    Originally posted by www.infowars.com



    The first image Represents the horned god of witchcraft. Pan or Cernunnos. Note the thumb under the fingers and given by the right hand. The next image is a sign of recognition between those in the Occult. When pointed at someone it is meant to place a curse. Note the thumb over the fingers and given by the left hand.
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