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Monday, March 23, 2009

Masters Of Double Speach

ANKARA, MARCH 23 - The video accompanying 'Dum Tek Tek', well-known Turkish singer Hadisés latest hit, is "too sexy" and for this reason Turkish State television Trt - which has chosen the singer to represent Turkey in the 54th Eurovision song contest in Moscow on May 19 - has banned it.

Private TV station Ntv made the announcement today on its website, saying that the heads of the State tv have asked the young blonde singer to make a more restrained video, more in keeping with the image of the country, which is secular, but which has been ruled for the past seven years by the Justice and Development party (Akp), which has Islamic roots.

As soon as Ntv announced the news on the website there was a sudden surge in users clicking on the link to look for the banned video clip.

Well we aint turk here so i give the link only, because we should know about the poor quality of most Hadises musik with regard to their authenticity and the low level of intellectual capacity.
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2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Her clothing and moves are the only entertaining parts of the song. Scrap that and you have nothing.

Monday, March 23, 2009 7:10:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here is a link about Henrik Holappa and the 'scissors rapists'.

Apparently, enforced clitoridectomy ('circumcision') of captured Christian girls is yet another example of unprovoked Muslim sadism against infidels as documented here and here.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009 1:04:00 am  

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