o piç osmanlıyla ilgili herşeyi yıkmak için yaptı.
bakın size gerçek kırmızı habbu veriyorum. açık fikirle okuyun. https://www.turkishexplained.com/jarring.htm
bu yazıyı açık fikirle okuyup o piçi savunmak mümkün değildir.
ingilizce bilenler için önemli bir kaç noktayı postun sonuna ekliyorum. bilmeyen türkler zaten puta tapmaya devam etsin.
An example: the reformers made neden, the ablative of ne? what? into a noun meaning cause replacing the Arabic sebep.
This new noun is unique in having an ablative case which no Turk with any feeling for the language will use.
The old expression for because of this was bu sebepten literally from this cause.
Few Turks can bring themselves to say bu nedenden literally from this from-what.
Nor do they like the alternative bu neden nedeniyle by this from-what's from-what so they continue to use the Ottoman bu sebepten.
The old word for civilization was medeniyet .
It was of Arabic derivation, though it was a nineteenth-century Turk who did the deriving and the Arabs borrowed it from the Turks .
The replacement found for it was uygarlık an arbitrary coinage based on the name of the Uyghur a people who established an advanced civilization in Eastern Turkestan in the tenth to twelfth centuries .
So it has far less claim to being pure Turkish than medeniyet which still holds its ground .
I once conducted a small experiment about those two words .
On the northern approaches to Izmir one sees notices reading Yayaya Saygi Uygarlıktır Respect for the Pedestrian is Civilization .
I asked two affable taxi-drivers the meaning of uygarlık and after briefly conferring they agreed that uygar meant the same as modern or çağdaş contemporary .
It emerged that they did not associate uygarlık with medeniyet which they both knew though I did not try their patience by asking them to define it .
He himself did not feel uygarlık and medeniyet to be synonymous .
If he was talking about a particular civilization or the history of civilization, he would use medeniyet .
Uygarlık on the other hand conveyed to him something more dynamic civilized and vigorous and progressive .