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H/t reader kevin a.
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— EUobserver (@euobs) 20 juni 2017
What does the European Union do, when confronted with the rise of a freshly groomed Turkish dictator who throws his political opponents in jail, abolishes free press, promotes political Islam, and is damaging his economy? Does the EU oppose him like they ‘bravely’ oppose Trump for example? Of course not. They pump billions (not millions, billions!) into their economy, meant for Turkey to improve its rule of law, its fundamental human rights, and its democracy.
- What is notable is that France’s new Muslim party, the Equality and Justice Party (PEJ), is an element of a network of political parties built by Turkey’s President Erdogan and AKP to influence each country of Europe, and to influence Europe through its Muslim population.
- What is their program? The classic one for an Islamic party: abolishing the founding secularist law of 1905, which established the separation of church and state; mandatory veils for schoolgirls; and community solidarity (as opposed to individual rights) as a priority. All that is wrapped in the not-so-innocent flag of the necessity to “fight against Islamophobia”, a concept invented to shut down the push-back of all people who might criticize Islam before they can even start.
- “[The Islamist party’s] purpose is to conquer the world, not just have a mandate. Its mechanics were already established…. Islamists took power in the name of democracy, then suspended democracy by using their power…. Convert the clothes, the body, the social links, the arts, nursing homes, schools, songs and culture, then, they just wait for the fruit to fall in the turban… An Islamist party is an open trap: you cannot let it in. If you refuse it, your country switches to a dictatorship, but if you accept it, you are at risk of submission….” — Kamel Daoud, Algerian writer, in Le Point, 2015.
In the legislative elections that will take place June 11 and 18 in France, political parties are finalizing preparations: choosing their candidates, and printing posters and stickers. Business as usual? Not really.
🆘‼️😬🔥 USA-Turkish Embassy: Pro Erdogan-Group, also his Bodyguards, attacks & beat peaceful Kurdish Protesters in Washington. 9 ppl. injured! pic.twitter.com/ouD2wllJnE
— Onlinemagazin (@OnlineMagazin) May 17, 2017
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Turks are voting in a nationwide referendum on Sunday which will decide whether the president’s powers are expanded. The weeks leading to the vote saw tensions not only within Turkey but also with some EU states which banned Ankara’s rallies.
In January, Turkish MPs approved a constitutional reform package seeking to place significant executive powers in President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s hands, changing the current parliamentary system as a consequence.
Maybe it is time to leave Turkey for good.
There are many seers, who foresaw, that Russia will wipe Turkey off the map.
Maybe just shoot some more Russian fighter jets down, or steal just a little more Syrian land to get the (PTB) desired result?
And it really does look like Turkey will blow up under Erdogan.
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The dwindling credit of Turkey and significant decline in its currency, has led to the new clever idea of confiscating gold with a smile.
The Turkish Central Bank has come up with an idea of how to confiscate private gold while pretending they are helping you earn more money. Their objective is to make the private gold stocks of the citizens available to the financial system for themselves, but how to sell that to the people?
Turkish politician and former parliamentary deputy Ümit Özdag claims Europe could see three million migrants arrive on the continent as the EU-Turkey migrant agreement breaks down.
Özdag made the claim this week, according to Austrian politician and migration expert Efgani Dönmez. Dönmez told Austrian media that Turkey was looking to send three million migrants, mostly Afghan nationals, to Europe. He said that the migrants are already amassing on the borders of Turkey and they could arrive in Greece and other European Union countries as early as in the next few days, OE24 reports.
When Islamic supremacists get a whiff of weakness, they zero in with calculated determination. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated:
“They said a century ago that we were the ‘sick man.’ Now they are the ‘sick man.’ Europe is collapsing.”
Erdogan, a dangerous combination of ruthless and off-the-hinges, recently declared a clash between “the cross and the crescent” over an EU headscarf ban in the workplace, while his foreign minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu declared that “holy wars” will soon begin in Europe. Erdogan also stated:
“You have seen what happened in Europe. Why did they go crazy? Why did they go berserk? They saw what this system will bring to Turkey. Turkey is leaping, growing. This makes them go crazy.”
Europe went “berserk” and “crazy” when it flung open its doors to Muslim immigration, leading to a massive crime surge and a devastating blow to the economy, along with a heightened jihadist threat.
“Erdogan promises ‘sick Europe’ will pay for ‘humiliating & oppressing’ Turks”, RT, April 11, 2017:
In a widening diplomatic rift between Turkey and the EU, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has made a new provocative statement saying that the “collapsing” Europe “will pay” for “humiliating” and “oppressing” Turks living on the continent.
Turkish migrants opposed to the Erdogan regime in their homeland and now living in Europe are increasingly concerned about the radicalisation of their fellow migrants, and the potential for a “civil war” in Europe.
Speaking to best-selling Austrian newspaper Kronen Zeitung, a number of Turkish migrants living in Europe have spoken out against the fermenting political and social climate among Turks influenced by the Islamist and increasingly hardline president of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Speaking ahead of the April 16th referendum which if passed would see Erdoğan’s executive powers significantly strengthened, one Turkish migrant said freedom of expression was being stamped out in Turkey and those sentiments were spreading to Europe.