Cemil Çiçek’s Penis Politics

Posted by on August 23rd, 2010
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Cemil Çiçek, a center right politician but with an intense nationalist tendency, who could cling to AKP’s rise and who always gets important positions the government reiterated recently a crude, primitive statement about PKK members: Most of them are not circumsion. So he implies PKK members are probably Armenians. He continues to deny Kurdish existence. Turkish government is beyond this vulgar political position. AKP should get rid of this politician…

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