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Turkey: anti-intellectualism

Post by fredwilliams » March 24, 2018, 7:07 pm

What other countries has anti-intellectualism happened in before, as it is right now in Turkey?



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Re: Turkey: anti-intellectualism

Post by Drunk Monkey » March 24, 2018, 8:42 pm

fredwilliams wrote:
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What other countries has anti-intellectualism happened in before, as it is right now in Turkey?
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Re: Turkey: anti-intellectualism

Post by felixcat » March 26, 2018, 5:34 pm

Fred, shame on you for trying to make some of these guys to "think".
Look at what happened to Drunk Monkey. He seems to be a product of too much "core education". I'm surprised he didn't answer "Blue". This is becoming more acceptable in the "education system" as we know it. (education has become a "weapon" against the youth. They can't even do math. (works for the banks, right?)) Speaking of Drunk Monkey..another one here must have went to the same school, that would be Niggly. Hmm? they are so identicall, maybe they are the "same" person.
So lets move ahead....."What other countries has anti-intellectualism happened in before, as it is right now in Turkey?", well, Fred, this "anti-intellectualism" has been world-wide for years, Turkey just made the "news" thats all. Read what I just said, ""core education" is a weapon against "intelligence". And it gets worse, the children have been "weaponized against the parents, and are now leading all the "protests" . The Bible told us "In the last days, right shall be called wrong, and wrong shall be called Right. Good shall be called "evil" and "evil" shall be called "good". So here we are, the "controllers" of this world are going after the intelligent people, as well as the christians and those who are against Tyrantical governments and those "who have woken up". But every where you look, you see the promotion of "satonism", Illuminati, anti-christ. Yeah, their goal is a dumbed down people, with no power (education is power). Here are some vids to solidify my comments. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-uYYHqgDYw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJTxpwiuwd0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUmOhRGSM0A
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enfIsl3mARQ
I waited a few days before posting on your post, as to allow all others to respond..but no one responded (well, yeah, no one) So there it is.
Fred, if you want to talk, I'm here.... peacemaker77g@gmail.com I welcome others, but "haters" will be posted online.
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Re: Turkey: anti-intellectualism

Post by rick » March 27, 2018, 6:47 am

Turkey under Erdogan is going to the dogs (democracy wise)

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Re: Turkey: anti-intellectualism

Post by Nigglyb » March 27, 2018, 12:49 pm

felixcat wrote:
March 26, 2018, 5:34 pm
Speaking of Drunk Monkey..another one here must have went to the same school, that would be Niggly. Hmm? they are so identicall, maybe they are the "same" person.
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Re: Turkey: anti-intellectualism

Post by marjamlew » March 27, 2018, 2:02 pm

Old mate Pol Pot rounded up and killed anyone who wore glasses as it was assumed that they could read and were therefore intellectuals. Don't think the Turkish nut has gone to that level yet BUT as with Saloth the Turks are partial to a bit of genocide.
Wonder if the knobhead Felix wears glasses? Don't think he'd be too popular in Pailin :D
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Re: Turkey: anti-intellectualism

Post by felixcat » March 27, 2018, 2:30 pm

Well, there you go...they are the same mentality. But are they wrong, in their opinion? No, they are not. But, did they even have an opinion? No, theirs was not an opinion, but rather a sort of "grunt" noise. This is what "core education" has done to society today. The result is "anti-intellectualism".
fredwilliams, I hope this was the answer you were looking for. If I missed anything, let me know.
Also, This "thought crime" thing was created to go after those who don't bow down to "anti-intellectualism". I heard this today :"I don't believe everything I hear, I, rather, choose to investigate everything". If we all did this, we would choose to think, rather than to believe "what we are told". This can be seen in gadgets that are "popular" today: Just ask Google, Alexia, and Amazon's talking (listening) box. Turkey is removing all people who go against what the "leaders" say. Google tracks and listens to all you say or type. Same as Alexia, and Amazon. So are the "thinkers" being targeted now? I would say "100% YES". Here is something for your entertainment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYO_gK3P2ls
Hope that helps.....

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Re: Turkey: anti-intellectualism

Post by rick » March 27, 2018, 6:58 pm

Actually, what is happening in Turkey is somewhat like what happened in Iran, but in slow motion. Both countries have a conservative, religious working class and those who learnt to tap this get ultimate power. For both of them liberal, intelligent, middle class people are their biggest threat.

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Re: Turkey: anti-intellectualism

Post by fredwilliams » May 9, 2018, 12:53 am

felixcat wrote:
March 26, 2018, 5:34 pm
Fred, shame on you for trying to make some of these guys to "think".
Look at what happened to Drunk Monkey. He seems to be a product of too much "core education". I'm surprised he didn't answer "Blue". This is becoming more acceptable in the "education system" as we know it. (education has become a "weapon" against the youth. They can't even do math. (works for the banks, right?)) Speaking of Drunk Monkey..another one here must have went to the same school, that would be Niggly. Hmm? they are so identicall, maybe they are the "same" person.
So lets move ahead....."What other countries has anti-intellectualism happened in before, as it is right now in Turkey?", well, Fred, this "anti-intellectualism" has been world-wide for years, Turkey just made the "news" thats all. Read what I just said, ""core education" is a weapon against "intelligence". And it gets worse, the children have been "weaponized against the parents, and are now leading all the "protests" . The Bible told us "In the last days, right shall be called wrong, and wrong shall be called Right. Good shall be called "evil" and "evil" shall be called "good". So here we are, the "controllers" of this world are going after the intelligent people, as well as the christians and those who are against Tyrantical governments and those "who have woken up". But every where you look, you see the promotion of "satonism", Illuminati, anti-christ. Yeah, their goal is a dumbed down people, with no power (education is power). Here are some vids to solidify my comments. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-uYYHqgDYw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJTxpwiuwd0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUmOhRGSM0A
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enfIsl3mARQ
I waited a few days before posting on your post, as to allow all others to respond..but no one responded (well, yeah, no one) So there it is.
Fred, if you want to talk, I'm here.... peacemaker77g@gmail.com I welcome others, but "haters" will be posted online.
Hope that helps....
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Re: Turkey: anti-intellectualism

Post by fredwilliams » May 9, 2018, 1:04 am

marjamlew wrote:
March 27, 2018, 2:02 pm
Old mate Pol Pot rounded up and killed anyone who wore glasses as it was assumed that they could read and were therefore intellectuals. Don't think the Turkish nut has gone to that level yet BUT as with Saloth the Turks are partial to a bit of genocide.
Wonder if the knobhead Felix wears glasses? Don't think he'd be too popular in Pailin :D
Yeah, with his French name for red; "Rouge".

And another nutter to have left behind as much documented evidence as poss. AGAINST himself, the convenient psycho.

None of which IN ANY WAY explains where he lived out the rest of his days; minus those braver-than snipers who got Saddam's grandkids.

Not so for Polly Potters. As evidenced by where his respectfully-tended grave is. Go google it.

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Re: Turkey: anti-intellectualism

Post by felixcat » May 9, 2018, 3:35 pm

Fred, keep watching Turkey..seems they as going to make a huge move soon. This puts more pieces of the puzzle in place. Its a bit off my original position, but none the less, makes perfect sense.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rnwRLMxP34

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Re: Turkey: anti-intellectualism

Post by fredwilliams » June 9, 2018, 10:46 am

That's brawawa.

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Re: Turkey: anti-intellectualism

Post by fredwilliams » June 9, 2018, 10:29 pm

felixcat wrote:
May 9, 2018, 3:35 pm
Fred, keep watching Turkey..seems they as going to make a huge move soon. This puts more pieces of the puzzle in place. Its a bit off my original position, but none the less, makes perfect sense.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rnwRLMxP34
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Re: Turkey: anti-intellectualism

Post by pf-flyer » June 10, 2018, 5:51 pm

felixcat wrote:
May 9, 2018, 3:35 pm
Fred, keep watching Turkey..seems they as going to make a huge move soon. This puts more pieces of the puzzle in place. Its a bit off my original position, but none the less, makes perfect sense.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rnwRLMxP34
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