Sunday, November 23, 2008

Some interesting facts about Turkey (1)

Motto: "Avrupalıyız, yeminle! (We are Europeans, we swear!)"

Turkey (Arabic: آل طؤرکءییاه Al Turkiyyah) is a small country with a large population of about 74 million people. It was founded by two young Turks that led the Turkish army to victory in the First World War. They went to Turkey to complete their military service. From there on, they worked hard over 7 years and were finally promoted to lead the Turkish army. They wrote their names into the history books for being the first country to be led by two leaders. They were able to lead the Turks to victory in the war...

The inbreeding of Turks and Kurds have produced a sub-group known as the Turds, Turds are to be found almost everywhere in Turkey, especially in political and army circles which are currently awash with Turds of different colors.
Today Mustafa Kemal 'Ataturk', or 'Uncle Turker' is regarded as the father/Mother of Modern Turkey, providing that he is Turkey's real founder as he cooked up a turkey there.
Experts unequivockly agree that watching the movies Valley of the Wolves: Iraq and the documentary One night in Paris is the best guide to understanding this misunderstood, complex country.

The Ottoman Empire in decline

The Ottoman Empire was a member of the Axis of Evil during WWI.
The Utman peoples, despite their plagiarized advancements, could not keep up with Europe or with their over-fucked subjects, and lost more and more of their territory, until eventually, in World War 1, they lost all but their own country after choosing the Axis of Evil, after this, the DaveS took back Greece, Ukraine was taken back by Whores (also see Ukrainian girls), Romania was taken back by Dracula, Hungary was taken back by the hungry men, Buglgaria was taken by the Bastard Immigrants after threating to invade with a unskilled worker from Poland and Arabia was taken back by Allah, who then gave it to the British who then lent it to the Saudis to babysit.

End of part 1

Petition against Internet bans in Turkey

Yesterday, I received the following email:

Dear Friends,


Please take a moment to read about this important issue, and join me in signing the petition. It takes just 30 seconds, but can truly make a difference. We are trying to reach 1000 signatures - please sign here:
Once you have signed, you can help even more by asking your friends and family to sign as well.
Thank you!

It's also good to know what happens in the EU parliament:

The European Parliament has passed a proposal (571 in favor, 38 against) to treat Internet censorship by national governments as a trade barrier. The proposal was submitted by European Parliament member (MEP) Jules Maaten of the Dutch conservative VVD party. The adopted Maaten amendment calls on the European Commission, “to specifically deal with all restrictions to the provision of Internet and information society services by European companies in third countries as part of its external trade policy and to consider all unnecessary limitations to the provision of those services to be trade barriers.”
The proposal will now pass to the European Council. If adopted as a European Union (EU) law, the proposal could have an impact on future trade negotiations between the EU and governments engaged in Internet censorship. Read further herrreeee.

Day opening - November 23