As we all know, the ancient historian Herodotus was born in Halicarnassus, Anatolia, which is now the site of modern-day Bodrum, Turkey. Therefore, Herodotus was a Turk, not a Greek! He was born within the modern-day boundaries of Turkey, and if he was born there today, he'd be a Turkish citizen. I rest my case. Checkmate, atheists.
For those foolish enough to try and refute my ironclad reasoning, you may present your losing arguments below this OP.
On a side note, the Turks also built those ancient steppe pyramids you see in China, certainly not the ancient Han Chinese for their Western Han emperors (despite them being buried there with typical Han-era Chinese grave goods). That's a false flag op invented by the Illuminati in collusion with Israel to defame the Turks.
Oh, and he who shall never be questioned, Lord Erdogan, has imparted the great truth and undeniable fact that Muslims discovered America first, before Columbus. I'd say it's a safe bet that those Muslims were Turks and not Arabs!
And if you don't agree with any one of these points then, well, I think you know which way leads you towards the exit (from my thread).
Also, your fez cap must be at least this height and diameter before you can even be considered allowed to post here: