Insults and Insulting Quotes about Turkey
As cruel as a Turk.
How will you tell a Turk? By the blood on his hands.
Be at guard with old Turks and young Serbs.
That was too cruel even for a Turk.
Where the Turk treads, for a hundred years the soil bears no fruit.
No grass grows in the trail of a Turk.
Where the Turks's horse treads once, the grass never grows again.
Will they ever be civilised? I think not. such a fine country ought to be in better hands.
A Turk who hears the word 'paradise' asks "Is there any gold to be looted there?"
No cold without a gust; no bad guest without a Turk.
I do not wish for camels milk and I do not wish for the sight of an Arab.
The Arab takes his bath in vain; he will become no whiter.
The paradise of Thieves.
I never saw a place I liked worse, nor which afforded less pleasure or instruction, nor antiquities which less answered their description.
There is not perhaps upon Earth a more dirty metropolis.
A practical joke played on history.
The Persian golf is the arsehole of the world, and Basra is 80 miles up it.
An artificial Babel.
Be on your guard against an old Turk and a young Serb.
That were too cruel even for a Turk.
Where the Turk's horse once treads, the grass never grows again.
Where the Turk doth set foot, for a hundred years the soil brings forth no fruit.
To a Turk, the inside of a town is a prison.
They gave a beyship to the Turk; and he first killed his father. Osmanli saying
No cold without a gust; and without Turks no bad guests.
The Turk holds his faith on his knees.