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Okay so I'm trying to prove people that are half Turkish are superiorly intelligent. I know many half turks including half German, English, Albanian, Greek (:eek:), Pakistani and Chinese. I myself am Half English/Half Turkish. Perhaps unlikely to get replies, but anyone else out there? And if so what's the other half?
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Lol. Same as you mate, I'm half English, half Turkish... And I can also agree that "people that are half Turkish are superiorly intelligent"...
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Okay so I'm trying to prove people that are half Turkish are superiorly intelligent. I know many half turks including half German, English, Albanian, Greek (:eek:), Pakistani and Chinese. I myself am Half English/Half Turkish. Perhaps unlikely to get replies, but anyone else out there? And if so what's the other half?
the existence of this thread proves that they are not
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half turkish people can't speak turkish=))
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I'm half Turkish/half English too - it's great!
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What if you're half Turkish, quarter Kurdish and quarter Czechoslovak?
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What if you're half Turkish, quarter Kurdish and quarter Czechoslovak?
Now you're just showing off. That is an interesting combination though!
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half turkish people can't speak turkish=))
That's so true! I know someone who's half-Turkish and half-French, and he doesn't know a word of Turkish! :shock:

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Now you're just showing off. That is an interesting combination though!
Showing off? A lot of people in Turkey hate Kurdish people!
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That's so true! I know someone who's half-Turkish and half-French, and he doesn't know a word of Turkish! :shock:



Showing off? A lot of people in Turkey hate Kurdish people!
I was joking! That's just because of the issues regarding the freedom of Kurdistan... I won't pretend I know loads about it because I don't, but from what I've seen it's the terrorism that people hate, rather than Kurdish people in general.
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I was joking! That's just because of the issues regarding the freedom of Kurdistan... I won't pretend I know loads about it because I don't, but from what I've seen it's the terrorism that people hate, rather than Kurdish people in general.
My parents can never stop talking about Erdogan this and Fethullah that! :lol: They were quite pissed off at the election results to say the least! :shock:

There are quite a lot of bigoted racists on both sides to be honest. Then there's the American-backed PKK (Kurdish rebel group) against the Turkish army. To be honest I don't know much about it either although most reasonable arguments are for a single-state solution...
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My parents can never stop talking about Erdogan this and Fethullah that! :lol: They were quite pissed off at the election results to say the least! :shock:

There are quite a lot of bigoted racists on both sides to be honest. Then there's the American-backed PKK (Kurdish rebel group) against the Turkish army. To be honest I don't know much about it either although most reasonable arguments are for a single-state solution...
Ahh! I try to keep up with politics from the online newspapers although I haven't read much about the PKK for a while; it's mainly Syrian refugees at the minute. I only live with my mum (who's English) and my dad lives 3 hours away so it's hard for me to keep up to date with everything. I didn't realise that the PKK were backed by America though, isn't Ocalan in prison?
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Ahh! I try to keep up with politics from the online newspapers although I haven't read much about the PKK for a while; it's mainly Syrian refugees at the minute. I only live with my mum (who's English) and my dad lives 3 hours away so it's hard for me to keep up to date with everything. I didn't realise that the PKK were backed by America though, isn't Ocalan in prison?
Yeah, but that doesn't mean much to be honest. The Americans are backing the creation of a Kurdish state (Kurdistan) in the Middle East including eastern Turkey, so that they can have their own 'puppet state' in the region.

I try to keep away from Turkish politics as much as I can (it's a bloody mess!) but you can't help overhearing stuff. :mad2:
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I've never seen real turkish person in the england) at least in the area where i live=) they are all kurds...
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I've never seen real turkish person in the england) at least in the area where i live=) they are all kurds...
:lol: Where I live it's most Turkish Cypriots!
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:lol: Where I live it's most Turkish Cypriots!
London??))
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London??))
North London.

Which part of the country were you talking about?
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North London.

Which part of the country were you talking about?
Hampshire=)
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Hampshire=)
I see. I can't really imagine Turkish people living there to be honest! :lol: Except I came across a kebab shop in a village in north Wales once! :rofl:
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I see. I can't really imagine Turkish people living there to be honest! :lol: Except I came across a kebab shop in a village in north Wales once! :rofl:
ther is turkish people and kebab-shops in every little town, but when they start to talk almost directly asking what is my religion xD then saying that "they are kurds but this doesnt matters personality is more important"
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