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  • Turks, a bastard-people (a mix of everything)

    As we all know Turks/mix are a people from the east (Eastern-Asia) and so is their language. It also can be seen on their face, their eyes and their bones that create the shape of their faces. Why we cannot see all these things on every Turk, comes that Turks are a bastard-people (a mix of many people), a mix of eastern people mongolians and chinese, a mix with persians and kurds and also caucasian people, armenians, greeks, all of these people lived in this region before the mix came. However, "turks" stay to talk about being "turkish". You get an ID-crisis, because "TURK" doesn't exist, "MIX" does exist. Even recent studies in Iran on azeri people had shown that they were turkified (mixified) and so was their language. They are actually from aryan descent. many history studiers, for example herodotus, talk about old medes persians armenians but never about turks. this mix-people came later from the eastern steppes to colonize the area.
    concerning these points, turks dont have the right to act superior as turks because they arent turkish, they are a mix. turks are the only people in the world who arent pure.and they dont have the right to declare their so-called superiority and to hide their ID-crisis. So do you think a mix-people have the right to colonize the area?
    many thanks
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    Please dont shame Kurdish people by speaking more nonsense...
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    • #3
      Don't do it again

      Turks, a bastard-people (a mix of everything)
      Even if you hate Turks,you mustn't say these bad words(bastard for example) to all Turks.I also say bad words to some turks(especially racists) but not all of them.Because we have a lot of turkish brothers.
      Next time be logical please!!!
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      • #4
        Turks were never present in the area on Herodotus time, so it's not surprising that he never mentioned them. Turks came for the first time as slave soldiers to the Caliphate, were they served in the palace in Baghdad. The Mamelucks, as the were called (the "owned ones") did however took the power in Baghdad and later created a powerful empire in Egypt.

        The Turks of present Turkey are the remains of the Seldjuk and Ottoman tribes who assimilated the people in the Byzantine empire, while the Azerbaijanis are of Tatar origin. They only took the name of "Azerbaijan" in prospect of some day being able to make claims on the Azerbaijan province within the then Persian Empire. A country or state named "Azerbaijan" in Transcaucasus did not exist before 1918.

        As it goes to whether they have the right to posses the area or not, I don't think that there is much one can say at the present state. They do posses it and no such argumentation will ever change that.
        [url]http://www.armenica.org[/url] - History of Armenia

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        • #5
          Originally posted by RUDO
          Even if you hate Turks,you mustn't say these bad words(bastard for example) to all Turks.I also say bad words to some turks(especially racists) but not all of them.Because we have a lot of turkish brothers.
          Next time be logical please!!!
          I think some misunderstood me, i didn't mean to be offensive with using bastard-people. Thats what a people without an identity is called, a mix.
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          • #6
            It seems you are describing yourself and your sort

            Originally posted by kerkuk_kurdista
            I think some misunderstood me, i didn't mean to be offensive with using bastard-people. Thats what a people without an identity is called, a mix.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by armenica.org
              Turks were never present in the area on Herodotus time, so it's not surprising that he never mentioned them. Turks came for the first time as slave soldiers to the Caliphate, were they served in the palace in Baghdad. The Mamelucks, as the were called (the "owned ones") did however took the power in Baghdad and later created a powerful empire in Egypt.
              The Egyptian Mamluks were not ethnic Turks. Most were the descendants of enslaved Christians who converted to Islam and many came from the Caucasus.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by TurQ
                It seems you are describing yourself and your sort
                Yeh, in Kurdish mythology, aren't they the bastard offspring of the Jin and some female humans?
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by kerkuk_kurdista
                  I think some misunderstood me, i didn't mean to be offensive with using bastard-people. Thats what a people without an identity is called, a mix.
                  No it is not. Wrong word. A bastard is someone born out of wedlock.
                  You mean "mongrel", (which is still somewhat offensive, but well...).
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by TurQ
                    It seems you are describing yourself and your sort
                    I think your name says a lot about your ID-crisis
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