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Name: afasaFad2da
E-mail: sacasfa2dfa@gmail.com
Date posted: April 01, 2017 - 01:25 am
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Name: mtd
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Date posted: May 22, 2016 - 03:11 am
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Name: Jim Ryan
E-mail: jimryan62@yahoo.com
Date posted: March 26, 2016 - 10:32 pm
Message: Very nice writing about today about your new grandchild, Preet. Maybe I will change my name. Thank you. You have a brave and good heart.
Jim Ryan
http://www.brighteningglance.org/index.html


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Date posted: February 09, 2016 - 05:51 am
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Name: Lee Jeong Tae
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Date posted: February 06, 2016 - 07:37 pm
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Name: Hermann Wollner
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Date posted: January 31, 2016 - 09:05 am
Message: Dear Madam Akaltan,

your considerations in the article "Are Europeans too na´ve or are we too hardened?" are 100 % correct.

(mailed from Germany)


Name: Albert kahira
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Date posted: January 03, 2016 - 12:39 pm
Message: I discovered you in 2015 and you have since become my favorite writer in Turkey. I really loved how you aired the story of the Syrian scientist and touched on what has been widely forgotten, the hundreds of other refugees. Just going through the issues you touched on in 2015 and looking forward to 2016.


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Date posted: December 18, 2015 - 09:53 pm
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Name: Barak Miron
E-mail: mironagent@gmail.com
Date posted: December 13, 2015 - 08:47 pm
Message: Just to say I was deeply touched by your letter to the dead Russian pilot.
May we see better times in our sad part of the world


Name: nomse
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Date posted: November 05, 2015 - 09:39 pm
Message: optimism is a wonderful thing. to be able to make it relevant is so much better.


Name: nomse
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Date posted: November 05, 2015 - 09:39 pm
Message: as i say, it's all well and good to outline optimistic purviews of the future, but would it be so much to ask to make them relevant, and not merely escapist fantasies? your article sounded so much like waiting for the rest of the world to make a definitive move towards more optimistic paradigms, at which time, they shall be able to intervene in some benevolent manner, and save turkey from itself. in my estimation, this is a misplaced hope. sure, the west isn't on track to become some pious tayyibistan. but what they are on track towards creating is something not much (if at all) better.


Name: nomse
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Date posted: November 05, 2015 - 09:38 pm
Message: the fundamental objection i have to such halcyonist futurism is this, however: how do you propose that this shall happen? it is, of course, unfair to ask of you some type of detailed program, and my objection is not this. my objection is that this beautiful future you envisage, it's not being anticipated in any real, meaningful sense. not in turkey, certainly, not within the forseeable future. and also not outside turkey. i referenced star trek earlier as a pop culture futurist paradigm referred to, but a far more relevant pop culture projection into the future, as of this moment, would have to be elysium.


Name: nomse
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Date posted: November 05, 2015 - 09:38 pm
Message: anyways, it's all well and good to outline an optimistic purview of a relatively distant future, and assert that things shall all go well. it all reads like a synopsis of the star trek universe, and it's all quite wonderful. whilst one might quibble with details here and there, ask whether, philosophically speaking, this detail or that is as good as it seems, but it would amount to quibbling...


Name: nomse
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Date posted: November 05, 2015 - 09:37 pm
Message: i was wanting to make a comment upon your latest opinion piece in hurriyet, "the 22nd century", and ask what the purpose of it was? my response is perhaps a bit unfair, considering i initially read the piece after the election, and read it as an escapist response thereto, although the dateline on the article belied this assumption... but i'm still inclined to read it as something of an escapist response to a bleak electoral environment.


Name: phil
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Date posted: August 30, 2015 - 07:59 am
Message: why do you write about turkey if you hate it so much? and your cheap, negative generalisations without any real foundation - the best tradition of tabloid journalism. ppl like you are the main reason why the reputation of turkey abroad is so bad.


Name: Nina
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Date posted: August 22, 2015 - 09:36 am
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Name: Ahmetcan Caglayan
E-mail: ahmetcan011@yahoo.com
Date posted: July 31, 2015 - 09:32 pm
Message: Just read your article on hurriyet about Suicidal Turkey. You are undoubtedly pro PKK. I'm a Kemalist, but the fight against the PKK is a legitimate fight. Turks never negotiated with terrorists, never will. You have a right to freedom of speech but what you wrote is despicable.


Name: Rodney Petersen
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Date posted: July 25, 2015 - 04:45 am
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Name: Levent Coskun
E-mail: coskunlevent@hotmail.com
Date posted: July 13, 2015 - 06:25 am
Message: Could you please show us these "common reactions of conservative posts"
Because although I searched the news through the conservative posts I could not find any news remotely close to your criticisms. Should not you disclose your bibliography and sources when you write a whole artice on based on this criticism ?


Name: Levent Coskun
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Date posted: July 13, 2015 - 06:22 am
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