Anonymous: I think he or she meant they don't want have to do anything with, in this case, Germans. But just some weeks ago I read a Turk was denied to join the local gun club. Even if Turks or other want to participate etc. they will always be seen as foreign bodies.
I can understand what she or he means if we “always” hang out flags or something. But there should have something happen so that every person in that street used the Turkish flag. I think that it’s easy to look outside and judge people, then just walk up to them and ask actually why they are acting like that. It’s not nice to read that people want to burn my flag one by one. i don’t understand. We have Germans living in Turkey. No one is telling them not to hang their flags. Of course Germany has a lot more Turks, but still I think that some are really making up excuses to hate on people and I don’t understand that. I think.. No. I am 100 % sure if they will go to one of those houses they will be welcomed, not hated. I don’t understand that. Maybe some Germans should ask other Germans who are living in other countries if they are using their flag, if they forgot their country, their language. Maybe they should try to move to another country and then check if they will forgot their roots after 50 years. Sigh..
At first glance I though to myself: why don’t people who are so nationalistic for their homeland stay in their homeland? Why must they bring their foreign nationalism here? But then I answered my own question. Because they don’t get the government handouts in their homelands like they do here… The want nothing to do with the country, the people or the language but they sure do love the handouts.
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Let me answer it as a Turk that does not live in Turkey. It’s not that we don’t love our country. It’s that Turkey is not our birthplace. Our grandfather or parents choose to move to another country, simply to earn some money and then to return. But with time that passes, their children started going to school and they had to wait for them to grow up, then they had other things that stop them from returning. Loving Turkey is something that people never will be able to stop. It’s in our hearts. I also want to return, but I know I have to be ready to go and move to another country. Turkey is the country that we travel to every year, is the country where 80% of our family lives and Turkey is in our blood. So don’t come with excuses. Saying that Turks wants nothing to do with Turkey is the biggest joke of this century. But you are no comedian dear friend. Anyway. I hope I was clear. Since we are working and paying our taxes just like every other person, it should not be to much for us to love TURKEY. Our country.