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So... about the motto...

So...
About the motto...

Even though we broke free from Democratic Turkey in the 2000's, we still use the Turkish language. Still, even though Turkish is our official language, some people speak native languages, like Arabic, Kurdish, Armenian, and other scrambled languages. But here's the thing, the motto displayed on our main screen is written in Turkish-so I just went on Google Translate, wrote a sentence or two, translated it into Turkish, and boom, I've got my motto. Here's the motto in all the different languages, and what it is in English. And yeah, English is like a third language to us, after Arabic.

English:The old government is weak. The new sultanate will soon rise!
Turkish:Eski hükümet zayıf. Yeni saltanat yakında yükselecek!
Arabic:الحكومة القديمة ضعيفة. سوف ترتفع السلطنة الجديدة قريباً!
Kurdish:Hukumeta kevn qels e. Siltanê nû dê di demek nêz de rabe!
Armenian:Հին կառավարությունը թույլ է: Նոր սուլթանությունը շուտով կբարձրանա:

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