Central Asia is not the homeland and ancestral homeland of the Turks

Central Asia is not the homeland and the ancestral home region of the Turks.
The homeland and the ancestral home region of the Turks are the lands that called Istanbul and Anatolia and also the land called the Middle East.

At present, some communities who consider themselves as Jewish, Assyrian, Armenian, Azidi are the assimilated Turkic communities.

Not only their beliefs and ideas, even their genes are ruined and they have very little Turkish genes in their boddies. It is no longer possible to claim that they are still Turkish. But one part of them is Turkic…

The communities considered as Turkish in the region called the Central Asia have no connection with Turkishness. They have already become Chinese, Gypsies.

Everyone should review his acceptance about the Turkic world. We will make decisions as we establish a real Turkic unity that some of you will be very surprised with.

We want nothing to do with the Gypsies that you consider as Turkish for generations. We will not be racist against them or unjust to them but we will reveal that they are not Turkish with evidences. And we will prove that some of the communities you think they are from other races are Turkish with evidences. There are a large number of Turkish communities in the North and the South of the American continent. The real Turks spread everywhere in the times of the prophet Abraham and Dhul-Qarnayn and they are all around the world.

A follower of Akademi Dergisi: – Sir, the languages, the equipments, even the way they bury their dead show that the ancient Anatolia civilizations like Urartu, Lydia, Phrygians are Turanians.

Mehmet Fahri Sertkaya: Everything will appear in a clear way when we start to excavation on that area for the projects.

They already found so many things during the instruction for Marmaray.

They found the evidences of what Byzantine really was, what was Rome and the Turks were here for how many years ago.

A follower of Akademi Dergisi: Many of the university professors know about it but they deflect the questions when we ask.

Mehmet Fahri Sertkaya: Have you ever seen that they show the truth to the world?

A follower of Akademi Dergisi: No.

Mehmet Fahri Sertkaya: Who knows where the the items they have found are now.

A follower of Akademi Dergisi: Yes, they are all hidden. They even found things in Hakkari.

Mehmet Fahri Sertkaya: They have limited the world history with Egypt, the Greeks, Rome, Iran, China…

A follower of Akademi Dergisi: Anatolia is the homeland of the Turkish people for sure.

And even Mesopotamia is…

Even the weapons they used are the proof that they were Turkish…

Even the foundation of Rome is the Etruscans, sir.

Mehmet Fahri Sertkaya: Even Greenland is a Turkish land. Even those who are called Vikings are Turkish. Therefore, all the communities from Russia to Europe have strong Turkishness in their bloodline but despite the certain proofs, they don’t want to talk about it.

A follower of Akademi Dergisi: Sir, an American author has written a book called “O People of the World, You Are All Turks”.

Why didn’t this book bring no sound?

I don’t understand.

I bought that book.

Mehmet Fahri Sertkaya: I haven’t read it but it’s true, there is no one without Turkish genes in the world.

A follower of Akademi Dergisi: I certainly believe it.

But the issue on the Gypsy genes.

It’s been on my mind.

Mehmet Fahri Sertkaya: Even India which is a country full of defective genes remained under Turkish governance for centuries and even in India, there are people with Turkish genes.

A follower of Akademi Dergisi: Yes, this is certain.

Can the Vikings horns be related to the horns of Dhul-Qarnayn?

Mehmet Fahri Sertkaya: Yes, it is being discussed.

A follower of Akademi Dergisi: This attracted my attention.

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