View Poll Results: Should Turkey join the EU?

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  • Never!

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  • No, at least not in my lifetime

    2 5.88%
  • Yes, but only after 100 years, so that i will not live any more

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  • Yes, if Turkey becomes "European" enough

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  • Yes, why not? I am fond of Turks anyway

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  • Of course! Turkey is great, i really admire Turks and look up to them. Turks are a role model for all Europeans.

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Thread: EU Enlargement: Should Turkey Join the EU?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vojvoda
    What is "Turkish blood"? Type A,B,O? It's the emigration of more Turks,bringing along their cultural ways I assume, into European countries that people are against.


    A Turk may have any of the above blood types just as a Negro can, yet I wouldn't want either around MY sister, even if they were one of those "upper-middle-class-I'm-just-as-good-as-you-are" types of Negro or Turk. No, anyone who says that it's merely a cultural difference that they object to has simply not lived in close proximity to members of other races. Beleive me, you can SMELL the difference.

    Why do you want to retire in Bulgaria then? You want to change their genetic mark? :-P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Solar Wolff
    I presume the question concerns the EU. As Coon points out, the only reason Turks even look remotely European is because of their preference for European women. Their basic racial make-up, language, and culture are not European. Cosmocreator correctly pointed out that if Turks are admitted there are no barriers to Isrealis and Gladstone nailed the coffin lid down on this idea. Iranians and Hindi speaking Indians are closer to Europeans than Turks. Where do you draw the line? On the other hand, who am I, an American, to talk? I have to learn Spanish just to buy a quart of milk or Arabic to buy a gallon of gasoline. But, as we have found out, pissing your culture away has consequences
    haha well said! its not integration that causes these problems its LIBERAL JEWS!

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    No Turks shoudnt be part of the EU. They need to forge some sort of Middle Eastern Union, or an Islamic Union.

    Greece also shoudnt be a part of the EU cause the Greek population is not the same as the great past. Todays greeks have too much Arab, Persian, and Turkish blood in them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CelticofArabia
    No Turks shoudnt be part of the EU. They need to forge some sort of Middle Eastern Union, or an Islamic Union.

    Greece also shoudnt be a part of the EU cause the Greek population is not the same as the great past. Todays greeks have too much Arab, Persian, and Turkish blood in them.
    Yeah, Greeks are Vampires !

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    Quote Originally Posted by CelticofArabia
    No Turks shoudnt be part of the EU. They need to forge some sort of Middle Eastern Union, or an Islamic Union.

    Greece also shoudnt be a part of the EU cause the Greek population is not the same as the great past. Todays greeks have too much Arab, Persian, and Turkish blood in them.

    Hey, your name is really funny sport.

    What the hell is a CelticofArabia? Haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellenic Eagle
    Hey, your name is really funny sport.

    What the hell is a CelticofArabia? Haha
    I double that, who the hell is this clown?

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    Post EU Enlargement - Turkey

    I am new here, in fact this is my first post. What do you think about EU enlargement? Where should it stop? Should Turkey join EU? Do you think Turkey's entry would strength or weaken EU politically and culturally? Best regards.

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    Post Re: EU Enlargement - Turkey

    Well, what I think is that only the Western 1/3 part of Turkey is really an European region. The other parts, at least after my knowledge, live in a completely Middle Eastern Muslim area of mentality and culture.

    Historically speaking, Turkey was never a part of the European world, be it Western or be it Eastern. Remember just the case of Hungary and Transylvania under some years of Turkish control, when the Turks never melt with the religious disputes over the Reform. As well as with Orthodox, at least with Romanian ones, from the regions of Moldavia and Wallachia (which were for a period of vasals to Turkish Empire), the Turks did not melt with the local religious customs. And the incursion and assault of Vienna, Austria is also part from the conquest adventures of Turks in Europe. That Western third of Turkey became more Western after the arrival of Attatürk.

    But I think the occidentalisation of Turkey was and is really a fashion thing for some elites there. If the Army looses grip, I'm afraid the country will quickly plondge into Islamism. And the army grip loose is the main request of the European Union Commission. But if this happens, what will Europe do with a Islamist country (virtually, the most populated and with the most representants in the EU Parliament) inside? I think this is on of the questions, of which clear and precise answer depends the integration of Turkey into the EU.

    And second. Remember that with this enlargement, the EU borders will arrive at the Irak and Iran borders. We see even now what type of society is there. How will we be able to stop terrorist acts, which we all know, are done from pure jealousy on Western World richness?

    And last, but not least, what will we do with the numbers of Eastern Turks workers which will surely go to the West for better living and working conditions, but without accepting to let lose their mentalities?

    And I think, Turkey is the main one to give answers to these last two questions and also for the first one, in cooperation with EU Commission.
    Last edited by Marius; Sunday, May 16th, 2004 at 02:12 PM. Reason: Precising things.

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    Post Re: EU Enlargement - Turkey

    Where do you put Cyprus (Greek Part) geographically that joined EU two weeks ago. Is it geographically Europe? If Cyprus is geographically Europe, how come Turkey is not? In history, Turks may not melt in local customes where most countries they conquered. But, Turks have been adopting Western cultures and laws for almost 200 years. In fact, most Turks now live, dress and talk like Western people. In addition, Turkey is not an Islamist country, even though 99% of its population is Islam. Turkey is a democrathic republic and strengthened its democracy with EU adoption laws for last couple of years.

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