There has not been a single state except Turkey whose media spread anti-German propaganda in recent times.
I haven't really observed any particular anti-German sentiments in the press but there are xenophobic sentiments that some people hold. It's unlikely to be any different from other countries since Germany isn't exactly the most popular country around (could say the same for Turkey).
These are acts which the Turkish state has yet to combat effectively.
You do realize I was being sarcastic, right? I didn't expect a German person to understand sarcasm as all Germans lack a sense of humour. (Note: Just to make sure you understand, this comment is in fact a clever ploy. It is ironic because it makes refence to you insinuating that only Turkish media denigrates Germans, thus making Germans seem boorish and humourless. However, including this note is a way to make fun of you for the exact reason of not having enough sense of humour to understand an obviously sarcastic remark. So you understand, yes?)
For the record, Turks approve of your cars and work ethic. A tiny minority even approve of Hitler.
rid Turkey of Islamic practises such as honor killings and forced marriage.
You know, that sort of thing happens in some villages and even then it is a rare occurence. Besides, aren't Euro-liberals very much in favor of upholding every sort of religious freedoms? Heh.
Especially such regions as Anatolia where most of the Turks in Germany originate from are ridden with Islamic laws.
Anatolia isn't really a region in the country (if that's what you mean). Since 95% of Turkey is Anatolia and since I don't believe you are implying that these acts are committed everywhere and in high frequency, I think it would be best if you were told that the said acts only occur (and rarely too) in (mostly) rural South Eastern Anatolia.
where most of the Turks in Germany originate from are ridden with Islamic laws.
They stone women and stuff? I am unaware of any such practices in Turkey. Moreover I don't know of any legal provision that encourages sharia law. It would seem that you are probably irked by some of the Turks there saying they commit some action which you would normally dissapprove and that they have attributed it to religion (which may be unfounded in some cases because people do stupid stuff and think it's written in some holy text. To be fair, this is a common occurence but I doubt the majority of the forum would be pleased if I were to mention some examples. lol they know who they are).
So you see, it is not the Turks you have a problem with. It is with islam and you project this on to Turks because some of them may appear a bit... well, zealous with their attitudes.
Whatever the case, I would outlaw religion everywhere if it were up to me, but you can't really stop people from being stupid.
The Turkish people and their values are deeply rooted in Islam.
It is true for a minority but most people just get on with life "claiming" they are religious but have no problem chugging down beer and raki.
If you honestly believe that the majority of Turks doesn't follow Islamic teachings, you are fooling yourself.
You seem to be an authority on the issue.
The current government is still claiming to uphold the laical values of AtatÃ¼rk while turning Turkey into an Islamic state.
Would you be interested in being a spokesperson for CHP in Germany?
"It is a dangerous thing to be a Machiavelli. It is a disastrous thing to be a Machiavelli without virtū."
- Hans J. Morgenthau