This murderous Jew: Hi Hitler
From: email@example.com (Mustafa Soysal MS57)
Subject: Re: The Jews of Auschwitz were Musselmen
Date: Wed, 31 Jan 1996 16:23:48 -0500
Is this another attempt of skewing the reality by the Doenmehs? This is
just what I was expecting to be the historical truth. Somehow it sounds
too easy to be discovered, although the attempt of skewing the meaning
of Musselman is typicaly Doenmeh.
I would not be surprized if this was another conspiracy of the Doenmehs
(remember, Talaat the Doenmeh had found shelter among the Doenmehs in
Germany) to kill non-Doenmehs. Then there is the parallelism between
Enver Pasha taking the Turkish soldiers to the East in the winter
without proper gear'n supplies for having them freeze to death and
Hitlers sending the Germans into upper Russia without proper gear to
freeze them. Both Hitler and Mustafa Kemal were semite Jews by race.
So were the so called "Young Turks", Talaat being one of them.
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Joel Rubin wrote:
>God knows where this flame-war/spam started or is going but from what I
>have read of the Holocaust literature (fortunately, I am without first
>hand knowledge), people in the death camps who were on their last legs
>were called "Musselmen", which is a form of the word "Muslim". I suppose
>it had something to do with pictures of starving people in what is today
>Pakistan or Bangla Desh or somewhere like that. On the other hand,
>people with relatively cushy jobs (like any job in the kitchen or
>someplace where you could steal stuff) were called "Canadians".
>This does not mean that the "Musselmen" bowed down in the direction of
>Mecca 5 times a day anymore than it implies that the "Canadians" played
Article 42662 of soc.culture.russian:
From: email@example.com (Mustafa Soysal MS57)
Subject: Re: SCT_MODERATED - NOT!
Date: Sat, 24 Feb 1996 07:04:49 -0500
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In article <4gkns1$bpu@cnn.Princeton.EDU>,
Mr. Stein - Christopher B. Stone wrote:
>In article <email@example.com>,
>Tanju Cataltepe wrote:
>>I am against a moderated turkish newsgroup. People who have problems
>>reading the posts should:
>>a) learn to use their newsreading software better (filtering capabilities,
>> KILL files etc.)
>>b) or get better software that will support such features.
>My gripe with the "get a better kill file" argument is this: the
>irredentist posters aren't merely posting bothersome messages that we can
>ignore, but they are setting the *tone* for the whole group.
;) expressing a *tone* falls within the freedom of expression....
>Sure, I could put Mr. Davidian in my kill file, but what about the ten
>responses to his articles? What about the fact that people are generally
use a better kill file, take the 'references' line into account by
including it in your kill space.
>meaner to each other than they would have been without Mr. Davidian's
>presence? What about the fact that people are loathe to discuss
oooooh, now we are killing people's presence, right? Mr Stein, I have a
hunch that you are very dishonest about this moderation proposal....
>substantive political issues for fear that the likes of Davidian and
>Argic will turn them into a farce? What about all the lurkers who refuse
What if they are a farce?
>to post because they don't want to be flamed?
What about those people who are afraid to ask for a date? It's life Mr
Stein. Offering your view will get feedback. This is not a Jewish
owned newspaper in Turkey, you know.....
>That said, this proposal does *not* abolish soc.culture.turkish. Those
It does. What does keep someone from sinking s.c.t with postings of
binaries and flames while the moderated official Jewish-Turkish online
paper of soc.culture.turkish.moderated.by.jews will be the only
alternative? WHy do you assume that Turks are this naive?
>who prefer an unmoderated group can still read soc.culture.turkish.
>Those who prefer a more substantive, moderated group can read
>>By the way, since you don't read Turkish and a substantial number of
>>posts, heated discussions, arguments, insults are in Turkish,
>>what prompted you to suggest moderation for this group?
>I've already answered this already, but to reiterate a number of points:
>first, I am interested in Central Asia and Turkey, which is why I would
>like to read soc.culture.turkish.moderated. True, many of the flames on
soc.culture.turkish if you want to read. Why moderated? You are
disguising your real objective of limiting the expression in the
soc.culture groups about the truth in history, and Jewish fabricated
history in the cultures mentioned. For example, Mustafa Kamal, the so
called "Father of the Turks" is a Doenmeh Jew. So have been the
Ottomans since about 13XX. Similar takeovers happened in Britain,
Russia, Greece, Germany, etc., and you have used wars to erase other
races' numbers and economics from the surface of the earth. We want to
discuss these events, and bring light to the real cultures of these
nations. Moderation by Jews will only prevent the truth from being
revealed. Isn't it interesting that Mr Stein is advocating moderation
for Turks, Russians, and other nations?
>this group are in Turkish, but they are also present in English as well.
>It is impossible to conduct a substantive discussion about, say, Turkish
>politics without attracting flames.
Define a flame. I am flamed if someone says "AtaTUrk". The son of a
bitch is not a Turk. He is not the father of the Turks. He is the
father of the Doenmeh Jews, currently runnning and owning Turkey.
>I also have considerable experience with creating new newsgroups, so I
>thought I would get the ball rolling on this one.
;) SO - tell us your resume....Which groups have you created?
>firstname.lastname@example.org * http://www.princeton.edu/~cbstone
>"They exaggerate." -The _Economist_, in reference to Usenet posters,
>6 January 1996, p. 18.