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Chris Binkowski
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Supreme Leader Erdogan is wise:

http://www.nasdaq.com/article/turkey-threatens-netherlands-w...

For the record: Turkey sided with Nazi Germany in WW2.
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Sarxis wrote:
For the record: Turkey sided with Nazi Germany in WW2.

Are you saying you want to Make Turkey Great Again?
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No way. He's an autocrat steadily dismantling checks and balances, endlessly facing the elites that kept Turkey secular and modern, a strongman who is pursuing Putin's friendship, bent on restoring national greatness, a solid anticommunist, a moralistic populist and a persecutor of minorities. He's a Trumpian hero through and through.

Not to mention that the eeevil leftists that comprise the social justice army tend to, you know, hate him.

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For the record: Turkey sided with Nazi Germany in WW2.


Even this easily verifiable historical fact you got wrong. It's the Ottoman Empire (not Turkey) in the Great War (not WW2) that sided with Germany.
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Erdogan Makes Great Turkey
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I think what he is saying is that the SJW "libtards" will automatically side with Muslims over anything else, and because the Turkish president is pressuring The Netherlands, he should be their new hero.

Correct me if I'm wrong, though.

I admit, I was puzzled by the Dutch refusal to allow the Turkish prime minister to address ex-pat Turks over the coming elections in Turkey. Obviously, it's blatantly political, trying to tamp down anti-Muslim voters in the upcoming Dutch elections. But surely the Dutch authorities understood Turkish ex-pats would take offense and make a scene over it.
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Sarxis wrote:
Supreme Leader Erdogan is wise:

http://www.nasdaq.com/article/turkey-threatens-netherlands-w...

For the record: Turkey sided with Nazi Germany in WW2.

Who exactly are you calling a Nazi?
 
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damiangerous wrote:
Sarxis wrote:
For the record: Turkey sided with Nazi Germany in WW2.

Are you saying you want to Make Turkey Great Again?

For the record Turkey was neutral in WW2.
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I personally like a brined Turkey.

And the only thing that should be in that cavity are aromatics and air.
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I never would have joined the Justice Warriors without a Supreme Leader to hail.
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I love how poor Twitter fucks are just jizzing their jeans over Papa Trumps tax returns - trying to show he paid 25%.

Idiots that don't earn enough are offering expert tax analysis. Then again, expertise died in H'America a while ago.



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This reminds me of the Genêt Affair. https://founders.archives.gov/documents/Jefferson/01-26-02-0...
 
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There is not a day where I regret downloading the SJW -> Skeleton add-on for my browser.
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DavidDearlove wrote:
damiangerous wrote:
Sarxis wrote:
For the record: Turkey sided with Nazi Germany in WW2.

Are you saying you want to Make Turkey Great Again?

For the record Turkey was neutral in WW2.


Chromite.
 
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remorseless1 wrote:
I admit, I was puzzled by the Dutch refusal to allow the Turkish prime minister to address ex-pat Turks over the coming elections in Turkey. Obviously, it's blatantly political, trying to tamp down anti-Muslim voters in the upcoming Dutch elections. But surely the Dutch authorities understood Turkish ex-pats would take offense and make a scene over it.


It's a long and somewhat complex (but very interesting) chain of events. Surely both Erdogan and Rutte (PM) sought to benefit from the confrontation in their referendum and election respectively.

However, what you call expats are not expats. They are immigrants, mostly second and third generation. A lot of them still ave Turkish passports (you cannot give them up), and have a vote in Erdogans gimme more more MORE power referendum.

Erdogan and his ministers addressed them directly as Turkish citizens, which raised some eyebrows here, especially as these Dutch people will also vote in our elections today.

Our gov kindly requested that official Turkish government representation refrained from campaigning here before our own elections. Polite requests were met with bluster and grandstanding, and diplomatic talks broke down when a Turkish minister threatened sanctions publicly.

Then followed more grandstanding on both sides, revoking landing rights for minister 1, and stopping the convoy of minister 2 and expelling her under police escort, more blustering, mild sanctions, people calling each other nazi's, some ho hum rioting, and entertainment for all.

All in all good fun while it lasted. Erdogan is a real party starter!


Both NYtimes, Guardian and several other newspapers have good articles on the topic.
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darthhugo wrote:
I personally like a brined Turkey.

And the only thing that should be in that cavity are aromatics and air.


What, no stuffing? Do you rave, man, do you rave????????????????
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remorseless1 wrote:
darthhugo wrote:
I personally like a brined Turkey.

And the only thing that should be in that cavity are aromatics and air.


What, no stuffing? Do you rave, man, do you rave????????????????


Sorry.

The stuffing (metric tons of it, with the ratio of 1 stick of BUTTER to 1/2 loaf of bread content) is to be cooked separately. Any cooking vessel will do, but longer pyrex sheet pans will give you some crispier edges, while a deeper round casserole dish will result in a higher ratio of mushy to crispy stuffing.

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I don't think Turkey enjoys much support from the liberal community. Turkish immigrants maybe, but that is a bit of a different thing.
 
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I don't think Turkey enjoys much support from the liberal community. Turkish immigrants maybe, but that is a bit of a different thing.
Their intransigence on the Kurds is a big problem. If it wasn't for their concerns we could have had a nice Kurdish state in Northern Iraq that might have been a stronger ally than current Iraq.
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darthhugo wrote:
remorseless1 wrote:
darthhugo wrote:
I personally like a brined Turkey.

And the only thing that should be in that cavity are aromatics and air.


What, no stuffing? Do you rave, man, do you rave????????????????


Sorry.

The stuffing (metric tons of it, with the ratio of 1 stick of BUTTER to 1/2 loaf of bread content) is to be cooked separately. Any cooking vessel will do, but longer pyrex sheet pans will give you some crispier edges, while a deeper round casserole dish will result in a higher ratio of mushy to crispy stuffing.


You described "dressing," which is cooked outside of the bird. Normally, making such a mistake before a gentleman of the South leads to, at the very least, a duel with pistols at sunrise.
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remorseless1 wrote:
You described "dressing," which is cooked outside of the bird. Normally, making such a mistake before a gentleman of the South leads to, at the very least, a duel with pistols at sunrise.
I think it should be Lirpas. You can't really get satisfaction from the death of the person who wronged you unless it's hand to hand and you can feel the flesh give and the bones grate.
 
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TheChin! wrote:
remorseless1 wrote:
You described "dressing," which is cooked outside of the bird. Normally, making such a mistake before a gentleman of the South leads to, at the very least, a duel with pistols at sunrise.
I think it should be Lirpas. You can't really get satisfaction from the death of the person who wronged you unless it's hand to hand and you can feel the flesh give and the bones grate.

That is optimal, of course.
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Sarxis wrote:
DavidDearlove wrote:
damiangerous wrote:
Sarxis wrote:
For the record: Turkey sided with Nazi Germany in WW2.

Are you saying you want to Make Turkey Great Again?

For the record Turkey was neutral in WW2.


Chromite.


https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chromite

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Venga2 wrote:
nazi's


A sign of too much time spent on RSP, Jasper! I bet you always wrote this correctly before you started posting here. . .
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Because I hate to waste an opportunity to post a West Wing clip, the experts on stuffing:

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Salo sila wrote:
Venga2 wrote:
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A sign of too much time spent on RSP, Jasper! I bet you always wrote this correctly before you started posting here. . .
Shit, and I've been cutting back from RSP a lot.
 
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