|Anonymous No.3851 07/29/2019 02:07:16 |
Anatolian Turk: Selamlar, dost! Uzun zamandır görüşmüyorduk! Nasılsın?
Central Asian Turk: я не русский
|Anonymous No.3853 07/29/2019 03:07:22 |
Based actual Turkish central asians.
|Anonymous No.3855 07/29/2019 03:07:12 |
At least we honour Turkish language and Turkish traditions. Central Asian Turks celenrate Russian language and Russian culture (muh Soviet nostalgia hurr durr).
|Anonymous No.3856 07/29/2019 03:07:44 |
They use the Russian language for business. Since when do they celebrate "Russian culture"? Because they use Cyrillic alphabet instead of Latin like Anatolians?
|Anonymous No.3858 07/29/2019 03:07:46 |
>They use it only for business.
Why central asian states have Russian as official language and has native Russian speakers then?
>They dont celebrate Russia
They celebrate Soviet victory day, they choose Russians over anatolian Turks (research about it). They also celebrate other Russian holidays too.
|Anonymous No.3859 07/29/2019 04:07:03 |
In Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan Russian is co-official, not actually official. In Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan Russian is not official.
Of course they will have some Russian speakers from immigrants that came during the Soviet period, but they are all leaving.
And they celebrate victory day because they actually fought in WW2. Relations with Russians over Anatolian turks due to Geography and more recent shared history in the same state.
|Anonymous No.3860 07/29/2019 04:07:24 |
Suck my dick you hater cunt