Turkey Dysfunctional After Earthquake

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    Turkey has 81 administrative provinces.
    1 Province is effected from the earthquake, and only some sub-districts of that province are coping with the aftermath of the earthquake. That province contains less than 1/80th of Turkish population and less than 1/100th of Turkish economic output.

    Turkey is "dysfunctional" as much as Turkish "economic bubble" has exploded, like another Jew expressed his views on:
    http://www.usmessageboard.com/the-m...-about-to-burst-sorry-ekrem-its-da-truth.html
     
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    Governmental leaders in Turkey's earlier administration were thrown out as a consequence of incompetent handling of the 1999 earthquake. Erdogan could suffer a similar fate. Refusing to reestablish diplomatic relations with Israel despite Israeli humanitarian assistance will prove to be very shortsighted
     
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    Don't let the turkeys get you down!
     
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    When I was a young boy we used to get paid to catch turkeys and chickens. Chickens are easy. Turkeys have something to say about being caught. :)

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    And sometimes it's not complaining they're doing. :eusa_shhh: :lol:
     
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    No, the Turkish Red Crescent is heavily involved in famine crisis of Somalia with 20.000 tents and six mobile Hospitals and is sheltering the Syrian refugees. That's why they didn't have enough tents left and the Foreign Ministry requested these kinds of goods from the International Community.
     
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    Yes, don't bullshit, turkey. The previous Turkish administration to AKP fucked up the response to the 1999 earthquake and was held accountable for their incompetence.

    Now, Turkey is, once, again, fucking up the response to the current earthquake crisis.

    Maybe, Erdogan can be the ruler of Gaza when he's kicked out of office :lol:
     
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    The US worried more about the Palestinians, dink?
     
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    Do yourself a good and don't make ridiculous claims.
    The earthquake in Izmit in 1999 occured in one of Turkey's industrial hubs and densely populated areas. It killed 17.000 people and partly destroyed heavy industries like oil refineries and introduced a special tax for reconstruction.

    The government of that time ruled until 2002.
     

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