Your use of the word "Turk" is different than it's common usage today. Thats the only way this could make any sense. And even then, its BS.
The analysis your copy-pasting are very VEEERY shallow, heck I could make it. Spanish say "ola", "o" means he/she in Turkish, so there you go. Spanish are of Turkish origin.
(and then comes the made up history)
Years ago, nationalist Greek tyrants, knowing a copule thousand years late the state of Turkey would create problems to them, decided to divide these naive people to other nations.
There is also a gene that makes you Turkish...a Turk's blood is the same everywhere. A Kazak is completely identical with a villager from Aydın, and that guy is completely identical with a Kypchak from Azerbeycan....hey, no Indians or Swedes or Finns could understand that I'm not a foreigner as well.
Seriosuly dude, too much lack of common sense, too much fantastic authors even before you read the "respected" ones. I could understand if you were making some sort of synthesis with your background...but that is not the case. Apparently, you jumped into BS information just like that...and they have became your facts.
And the most annoying thing is the, shallow approach those articles have on humanity. Things are too black and white. Its actually funny.