Who is tougher?
Turks, they look like people you'd hire to help you move out your furniture or work at the factories for 18 hours straight. Not really the people you'd expect to meet in a classic music concert or something else artsy.
Dude Turks are tough as shit, they will do anything for fucking money and power. Look what they do now. Their whole state allows the slave trafficking and noone gives a shit about it. We cant help it, Greeks are a bit humane.
These T*rkroaches have no soul man
God bless Greece
Stop sucking your mongol brothers, lad
I heard """""great""""" spartans and greek warriors were gays. And also, did you make your own white flag?
In what are we fighting?
I challenge greeks to an oil wrestling game.
Greeks were losing but Britain and France needed to destroy the Otthoman Empire so they liberated Greece (and enslaved us with loans also). So we never actually defeated the Turks.
>be young sissy brit boy
>read about ancient greeks in your childhood
>life sucks so write poems
>see that the Greeks are fighting for freedom
>go to Greece fight for your childhood heroes
>see that greek people are actually smelly brown people
>get sick of their subhuman nature
>die in your illness
this, it's like hanging out with your little brother telling him you adopted him from gypsies because he looks like a brown turd, we're all the same inside, and that's what matters
>It has been suggested that the star-and-crescent used in Ottoman flags of the 19th century had been adopted from the Byzantines. Franz Babinger (1992) suggests this possibility, noting that the crescent alone has a much older tradition also with Turkic tribes in the interior of Asia. The crescent and star is found on the coinage of Byzantium since the 4th century BC and was depicted on Byzantine Empire's coins and shields of Christian warrior saints till the 13th century. Parsons (2007) notes that the star and crescent was not a widespread motive on the coinage of Byzantium at the time of the Ottoman conquest. Turkish historians tend to stress the antiquity of the crescent (not star-and-crescent) symbol among the early Turkic states in Asia.
>The origin of the crescent and star symbols used by Turkic peoples, goes back to the Tengrism era. Crescent represents the moon god (Ay Ata), and the star represents the sun goddess (Gun Ana).
>Coins of the Turkic Khaganate found in the various excavations in Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan, belonging years 576-600, proved that Turkic peoples were using star and crescent before Islam as their symbol.
>During the 1950s to 1960s, the symbol was re-interpreted as the symbol of Islam or the Muslim community.
>By the 1970s, this symbolism was embraced by movements of Arab nationalism or Islamism, such as the proposed Arab Islamic Republic (1974) and the American Nation of Islam (1973).
>he has a shitty recolour of Pakistans flag
it was also flag of Alash Orda
I hear cockroaches have a pretty tough exoskeleton so that answers it
Stop trying to turn us against each other, Turks and Greeks are bros.
>The Ottoman Empire was ruled by Balkan eunuchs who were kidnapped as kids
The whole region is an unrivaled kekfest
sure at one period. you are confusing with the conquerors and the conquered.