Gamze Canturk. Let’s give whatever the Fee…

LET’S GIVE WHATEVER THE FEE…

 

“There is no war with guns and rifles at this time, my dear, only cyber warfare.” While we were saying, “Well, what century are we in,” Russia officially attacked Ukraine before our eyes… The whole world left our mouths open. More covid disease “Will it happen in this century?” his astonishment had just passed! Until we shut our mouths, Russia even activated mercenaries, the occupation, which we thought would be short-lived, did not end.

This means that human beings never progress, no matter what century! The epidemic, virus, war, ball, rifle, exploitation, fight, primitiveness do not pass! Helpless against their instincts!The subject of “mercenary” has always seemed strange to me since the history lessons given in my childhood. I used to dream about those soldiers in my childhood mind. Don’t they have parents or have they given up so much hope for themselves? I used to think they were thinking like this.” But what am I going to live for now, if I go to war with two bites of money, if I die in the war, I don’t need food anyway, I will save the day, I wonder if the mood says?I don’t know, in my country, the War of Independence was won, regardless of women or children, by putting their lives on the line with the love of the country and nation. My soul, cultivated with patriotism, can’t understand why the soldiers of the hand come to fight for another place, moreover, to earn money!I don’t think any power can stand against a nation that shields its chest with patriotism!The correctness of this thought is expressed in a story in the book Stories from the Ottoman Empire.“Suleiman the Magnificent went on an expedition with his army to put an end to the Crusader attacks. The army was advancing slowly. As the road was narrow and the weather was hot, the soldiers were writhing with thirst while the army had to pass through the vineyards.While passing through the vineyard with its beautiful grapes, one of the soldiers could not stand it and quenched his thirst by plucking a bunch of grapes from the vineyard. Then hang. He tied the money of the grape he ate on his tree and continued on his way. A break was soon taken. The soldier saw a sweaty peasant come running. The Christian peasant insisted on meeting with the sultan. They took the villager to the presence of Kanuni. Law asked:“What is this, you are covered in sweat, or did the soldiers hurt you?””I am not complaining, on the contrary, I came to express my satisfaction. It would be unfair not to congratulate such a soldier, such a commander”When the villager tells that the soldier gave the money for the grape, Kanuni immediately calls the soldier and scolds the soldier:“Why do you do business without permission? Do you not know that it is not permissible to buy property without the knowledge of its owner, even if it is paid for?” He ordered the soldier to be removed from the army.Surprised by this situation, the villager said:”I came for this soldier to be rewarded, why did you punish him?”“A victory cannot be won with a soldier who has a forbidden bite on his crop. For this reason, I was kicked out of the army. If he had not left the money for the grapes he bought, he would hardly have saved his head.”The same army stopped again near Belgrade. The soldiers were looking for a fountain to quench their thirst and make ablution.While he was finding a fountain near a monastery and meeting his needs, the priest decorated a few nuns and sent them to the fountain. Seeing the women coming, the soldiers immediately turned away from the fountain and turned their backs, not even looking sideways at the decorated women.Watching this situation from afar, the priest immediately wrote the following to the crusader commander.“How can you deal with this army? They do not care about women, property or property. They fight in the way of Allah, sacrificing all their possessions. They treat everyone well and do not oppress anyone. Do not throw yourself to death!”“National sovereignty is such a light that chains melt in front of it, crowns and thrones burn and perish.” Mustafa Kemal Atatürk

 

 

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