Sweet Turkish delight turns sour!

Written by Jaggedone

Monday, 3 June 2013

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Is he or is he not? Delightful of fundamental?

Turkey, once a bastion of east meets west, peace (apart from the Kurdish problem), the way forward for both; Islamic prosperity combined with western modernisation has now turned into a "not so delightful" place to be.

Sweden riots, UK riots, OK, modern day frustrations boiling over because they who have are greedy and those who have not want a few flat screen TV's for nothing, so what, it is not "fundamental".

The Islamic world is a jungle; Egypt, Syria, Libya, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, etc, and now Turkey. The one country that opens its arms to western culture is being fundamentally (and I use the word literally) destroyed by those who have decided to remain in the middle ages and feel that Turkish people, great people by the way, need to think "fundamentally" (That damn word again).

The Turkish president and his cronies also believe this and have turned the place into a rioters paradise! Everywhere where the word "fundamentalism" raises its ugly head there is death, genocide, wars, conflicts, murder of innocent people, bombings, and human misery that really deserve something better from their beliefs, not "fundemental" by the way.

I dare not mention the Almighty One by name, but I sincerely believe that if he existed, he would not desire "fundamentalism" fundamentally destroying everything that stands in his path to heaven.

Sweet Turkish Delight, the pearl between east and west in chaos. Maybe they should move the famous Blue Mosque to non-fundamental Berlin; well not yet, fundamental that is, but who knows where this evil will raise its ugly head next, London maybe?!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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