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Friday, November 11, 2011

10th of November

10th of November is when we mourn the loss of our Great Leader M. Kemal Ataturk. Read more about it here.



Atamızın hayata veda etmesinin 73. Yıldönümüydü bugün. Fazla şey söylemeye gerek yok. Bu dünya üzerinde hayatta olan son kişinin de içinden Atatürk sevgisi gidene kadar Atatürk hep yaşayacak, yalnızca bunu söylemek istedim.

10 comments:

  1. Bas parmaktaki Ataturk cok benzemis yaw.

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  2. Yay I actually know who that is since I visited Turkey this summer :)

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  3. Is he really a great leader?
    I dont think so, I read about him, his army killed a lot of kurdish people. And he was not tolerant at all about minorities. (Treaty of Lausanne)
    And it was not allowed to SPEAK kurdish?
    And turkey wants to be in the EU? They will never be if they are not tolerant and HELP minorities.
    And I am not kurdish, I am an American Girl.
    Thanks

    Sandy

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  4. amerika zenci diye eziyet etmiş dışlamış, alman yahudi demiş yakmış sandy de sağolsun iki kitap okumuş Atamı yargılamaya kalkmış o küçücük kapitalist beyniyle. amerikan kışkırtması bir pkkyla uğraşıyoruz sandycik, silahları sizin malınız sen bunu oku araştır boşver gerisini, ırakta yediğiniz b.ku düşünün, boşverin başkalarını yargılamayı, iğneyi kendine çuvaldızı başkasına batıracaksın. öyle boş konuşmakla olmuyor bu işler. birilerinin Atatürk'ü sevmesi neden bunları rahatsız eder anlamıyorum.

    bu arada elinize sağlık. yazdıklarımı yayınlamayabilirsiniz isterseniz fakat sinirlenip kendimi tutamadım. hoş anlayamayacak malesef türkçe yazdığım için. neyse, iyi günler.

    Sanem

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  5. Sandy, excuse me but what you're talking about is very biased and ignorant of Turkish history. I don't blame you for being ignorant about it, but I won't be allowing this kind of discussion on my blog.
    Annuling Treaty of Sèvres had a deeper meaning than not tolerating minorities, it was against independency of the newly founded Republic of Turkey. Plus, don't get me even started of hundreds of people killed each year because of PKK, which is a brutal terrorist group financed by illegal narcotics and arms trafficking, not a bunch of innocent, idealistic rebels as they want the world to think of them. Have you heard of the Van earthquake? Have you heard how the rest of the Turkey showered the victims with all kinds of supplies & financial support - yet the terrorists were trying to sabotage help coming for supposedly their own people? Turkish and Kurdish people have lived in peace for the longest time, and no violence will be able to change either that, or the fact that Ataturk was a great leader.

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  6. Not every country is so blessed to have a leader to rise them from the ashes of WWI, save them from the depths of illiteracy & poverty, bring them to the level of contemporary civilization by redefining the status of women in society, giving them equality, giving people the conciousness of being a nation, rather than only having religion in common. All minorities were accepted & treated the same in front of the government, so were all religions as a result of laicism, which thus far almost no muslim community has been able to implement.
    Ataturk managed something which was considered impossible thinking about the circumstances of that time. Ottoman Empire was about to accept mandate, but Ataturk led Anatolia to national movement, which resulted in Turkish War of Liberation and have us gain our independence in the end. I believe this something you can at least respect as someone who most likely celebrates Independence Day every year. And I'm not going to tolerate any more ill speaking here.

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  7. Ne denir ki çok güzel olmuş ellerine sağlık

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  8. Çok güzel gerçekten.ve troll'ler buraya da gelmiş demek

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