Self-identification in Europe and in Turkey

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    Kurdish Nationalist got 5.8 % of votes.
    Turkish Nationalists got 13.01 % of votes.
    Nationalist Movement Party - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    For every Kurdish nationalist there is more than 2 Turkish Nationalist.

    Rest of votes is for "normal" parties that have party-program for a wide range of issues.
    Not everything is based upon identity-issues, people have concerns from economy over infrastructure to getting best possible government service (Hospitals etc).
     
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    Kurdistani4ever Kurdistan is my homeland

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    If you don't have anything positive to say about kurds, then i advise you to not say a thing at all.

    Now regarding your claims: Most kurds wish to vote for kurdish parties, but there's several reasons for choosing turkish instead.
    Some people votes for turks because they know that kurdish parties will get banned at some point in time. Others vote for them because they get promised their full rights (Bunch of lies!) And finally some kurds choose turks because of fear. Simple as that.

    Remember this one Ekrem?
    http://www.usmessageboard.com/middl...kurds-in-turkey-support-a-kurdish-entity.html
    :lol::lol::lol:
     
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