Erdogan’s Hate-Jew Fest

erdoganTurkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been set loose by his fellow members of the Justice and Development Party (AK Parti). Instead of talking about the protests in Gezi Park (Istanbul) and the accompanying police violence, he has declared a war of words on two other enemies: the Egyptian military and Israel.

When Egyptian general Abdul Fattah Al-Sisi removed Morsi from power, Erdogan immediately defended the deposed president Mohammed Morsi.  The new de facto ruler, Al-Sisi, was, said Erdogan, an anti-democratic, ruthless dictator. A predator, if you will.

Morsi should immediately be restored to power. After all, he had won the elections. In Erdogan’s view of democracy, which boils down to majoritism, nothing else matters.

No, not the 22 million signatures collected by Morsi’s opponents calling on him to resign or the fact that attacks on Christians and their churches were on the rise from the very moment the Muslim Brothers came to power. Increasingly, more Coptic girls were – and still are – kidnapped, raped and forced to convert to Islam. After that horrendous ordeal they were (and again: are) forced to marry a Muslim, who makes sure they will never see their real, Christian family again.

Erdogan did not and does not care about any of that. He cares only – or so he says – about Morsi and his “democratic victory” and legitimacy.

Although that makes for a nice sounding excuse, this observer understands that Erdogan does not support Morsi because of anything related to the principles of democracy, but because Morsi and he share the same ideals. Both men are die hard Islamists who want to force their religious views on others. They believe that the state should serve as the hand of God (or Allah in this particular case) and have zero tolerance for critics. After all, they are doing Allah’s work. Opponents must be the devil’s henchmen, which is why it is perfectly fine to ostracize, intimidate and persecute them.

Not only do the two men share the same religious and domestic political views, they also agree with each other on Israel and Jews in general. That the Muslim Brotherhood hates Israel cannot possibly come as a surprise to anyone – it’s almost their raison d’etre. For decades, however, Turkey and Israel were close allies.

Sadly, that relationship deteriorated when the AK Parti came to power. Several years ago, Erdogan made headlines when he stormed out of a meeting with Israeli President Shimon Peres at the World Economic Forum in Davos. The Islamic world responded with great joy: finally, a Muslim leader had the guts to humiliate Israel, live on TV.

The rest of the world, however, held its breath. Was this the real Erdogan? He had pretended to adhere to a “good neighbor” or “friends with everybody” foreign policy philosophy. Was that just a gimmick? A lie, so that Europe and the United States would support his bid for power? Was his real face that of an authoritarian, anti-Israel fundamentalist?

Well, yesterday Erdogan answered that question in the affirmative. During a speech to supporters on Tuesday, he said the following: “Who is behind this? Israel. We have evidence!”

He went on to explain that an “intellectual from France” had a meeting with the Turkish justice minister in 2011. During that meeting, the intellectual supposedly said that “the Muslim brotherhood will not be in power even if they win the elections. Because democracy is not the ballot box.”

Erdogan: “Now the West starts to say democracy is not the ballot box or not only the box, but we know that the ballot box is the people’s will. This is what has been implemented in Egypt.”

Now, this does not quite explain why Israel would be involved in the Egyptian civil unrest, does it? A French intellectual says something, two years later the Egyptian military stages a coup … how does that prove that Israel is involved in any of it?

The prime minister has a solution for that rather obvious logical problem: the French intellectual is a Jew. See! That’s the connection right there! How else could the Jewish Frenchman have known about this? The Israeli government must have included him in their plans.

Is is laughable and grotesque, but it’s sadly also Turkey’s official policy towards Israel and Jews in general. As the Jerusalem Post points out, Erdogan not only walked out on Shimon Peres, but earlier also blamed an “interest rate lobby” (read: Jews) for masterminding the famous Gezi Park protests, likened Zionism to fascism and – to top it off – continuously accuses Israel of “waging a campaign of genocide” against the Palestinians.  Anti-semitism has become a vital part of Turkey’s official foreign policy.

Remarkably, on the same day that Erdogan accused Israel of staging the Egyptian coup, a former Muslim Brotherhood official (Gamal Nasser) said the following about General Al-Sisi: “I was surprised to learn, from the Algerian Al-Watan newspaper, that Al-Sisi is of Jewish origin. His mother is called Mulaika Titani, and her brother was a member of the Jewish Haganah organization. Thus, we see that this man, by any standard, is implementing a Zionist plan to divide Egypt.”

These words could have been spoken by Erdogan himself. He would, at the very least, agree with their sentiment and conspiratorial tone.

And so, the Muslim Brotherhood and Erdogan are once again fully aligned with each other. They not only want to Islamize their countries, but have also poured an Islamist sauce on The Protocols of the Elders of Zion and revived it; Israel is behind every problem in the Middle East, and each and every single critic of the Islamists is a closet-Zionist.

If the Muslim Brothers and Erdogan were not capable of inflicting so much damage on the region and the rest of the world, we could laugh at these silly theories. As it is the West cannot afford itself that luxury. Erdogan and Morsi’s henchmen have to be stopped.

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  • Anamah

    Such a great country in the hands of such small man…called Erdogan.

    • Michael_van_der_Galien

      Very true. It’s tragic to see this. Not only because he’s making himself _and Turkey_ look small, but also because *Turkey now stands completely alone.* It has no allies left. Nobody.

      • Biff Henderson

        Nobody? How about his good buddy and all around pal to the Islamic World the Community Organizer in Chief? He has got to count for something. That you would dismiss the leader of the free world as a worthless nobody is hurtful to Americans that grovel at the feet of The One.

        • Michael_van_der_Galien

          I’m terribly sorry. You’re right about that: he *does* have an ally left. Sadly for Erdogan that ally is powerless in the Middle East though.

          • Biff Henderson

            Prez OhHaveSome just lobbed $148 million dollars at the good folks on the West Bank. The families of the “freedom fighters” rotting in Israeli prisons whose only crime was butchering the “illegal occupiers of Palestine” where to have their stipend curtailed because of a fiscal shortfall don’t tell those families and the untold number of employees of the “State of Palestine” whose well-being it insures that he is powerless in the Middle East. He’s working hard to deliver instruments of destruction to another hardworking group of “freedom fighters” in Syria. Sure, you have to play it fast and loose when it comes to takfirism but that’s the nature of the beast.

          • Raymond_in_DC

            The US isn’t powerless. It just uses its power in very foolish ways. Barry Rubin, talking with many Israelis, encountered a consensus diagnosis that couldn’t be more blunt: “Americans don’t understand the Middle East.”

          • mcbee555

            That one sentence says it all! Plus, placing Muslims and Muslim converts in the Obama regime prevents an objective analysis of the Mid-East.

        • mcbee555

          Not a bad idea, Biff, if we’re talking tiddly-winks. Anyone who’s minimally perceptive wouldn’t be able to say anymore than “I think he’s learnin.” I can’t even state that. After all, what can be expected of the poor fellow who’s under such pressures as missing a putt a half-dozen times from 5 feet out?

      • Manaphy

        But wouldn’t the fact that “Turkey stands completely alone” be because of the ridiculously large amount of slander that the Israeli government, Jews worldwide (and this article) have thrown at Turkey and the Turkish people, and the same people (and this article, for that matter) have launched ad hominem attacks on Erdogan, rather than legitimately discussing, debating, and responding to some of the arguments that he presents. Telling everyone that disagrees with the Israeli government that they are “antisemites” will not win the Pro-Israel side any new supporters.

        • mcbee555

          No, I think Turkey stands alone because it has long wanted to be accepted as European, and the EU hasn’t been interested in welcoming an Islamic nation, because all people of EU countries have the freedom to settle in member countries. The EU apparently doesn’t want to encourage more Muslim immigration. In addition, insofar as the Arab world is concerned, hard feelings still exist in Arab lore of the Ottoman Empire and its iron fist over its subjects, a large percentage of whom inhabited Arab lands under Turkish Ottoman Empire military domination.
          Turkey and Israel had enjoyed a decent relationship up until the time of a flotilla sent from Turkey to break the Israeli 12 mile Israeli naval zone off of its Mediterranean coastline.
          When the Israeli Navy stopped that flotilla’s progress, Turkey became angry, Israel then canceled a sale of surveillance drones to Turkey, and things went downhill from there. The Israelis have made overtures to resume relations with Turkey, but Erdogan has become enmeshed with the Muslim Brotherhood. Erdogan does enjoy a personal relationship with Obama, but that hasn’t helped him much.

          • Manaphy

            Turks are not European, they are Muslims. Also, I will say this anyway even though this idea is vehemently opposed by most commenters on this site, but disagreeing with the current Israeli government is NOT antisemitic. Erdogan has a bad relationship with Netanyahu, and has vocally opposed many of the current Israeli government’s policies and initiatives. I don’t think that this makes him antisemitic.

          • Drakken

            The reason that Erdogan is in a bad relationship with Israel is because your effing hero Erdogan hates the Israelis with a passion. Eff the Turks and useful idiots like you who make excuses.

          • mcbee555

            Apparently you didn’t read my comments. If you had, by all indications my comments identified Turkey as a Muslim nation. All implications alluded to that. Erdogan has a bad relationship with many people, 35% of Turks in Turkey are now sufferering economically, it was at 18% in 2012. they don’t like him even a little bit. There is the reason Erdogan is Jew-baiting (and he is, you’re blind), and that reason is when there is internal dissatisfaction with a leader in his own country, that leader seeks a diversion to hate, in this case Israel and Jews. Until that Turkish-sponsored flotilla of civilian-type ships were stopped after crossing Israel’s 12 mile sea limit, Erdogan and Netanyahu had a tolerable relationship and the two nations traded products. When Erdogan was warned about sending ships directly to Gaza where a great deal of arms smuggling has been directed, he thought Netanyahu spoke in hollow words.
            Israel obviously meant what it warned about. Erdogan was embarrassed in Turkey and with Muslims who never seem to learn that certain people mean exactly what they say. Regarding the Jew-hate (I do not use that fake term anti-Semitism, Arabs are also Semites)Erdogan espouses, if he has a vendetta for Netanyahu as you seem to explain, he wouldn’t be preaching hate for all Jews, only just Netanyahu. Your reasoning is really screwed-up.

          • defcon 4

            LOL, yeah when Erdogan blames the Jews for everything it’s just Islamic commonsense isn’t it? Maroon.

          • Michael_van_der_Galien

            Don’t forget that Saudi Arabia also wants to be *the* leader of Sunni islam. In other words, SA and Turkey aren’t friends because they are competitors, which isn’t that strange if one remembers that the Ottomans once ruled over what we know call S-A. Lots of memories there from both sides.

          • mcbee555

            Michael: I think not only does S.A. want, but it is the Sunni Islamic leader. It can write sufficient checks to buy all of Sunni Islam. S.A. proselytizes the “highest” form of Sunni Islam, Wahhabi Islam. When a Muslim gets to that level, he’s made it to the “major league.”
            S.A. leads because of its petrodollar riches, then spreads its wealth to agitate throughout Islam and the world. As regards to Egypt’s strife, S.A. is now speaking with a forked tongue. I believe it does the same in Syria. All this accomplished without armies or navies flying the Saudi flag!
            Unfortunately, the USA provides the military clout (so far) for S.A. and I don’t see this diminishing in the near future, at least. This is shameful for the United States.
            S.A. and the “Brotherhood” have their loyal slaves presently in Washington, DC.
            I was advised by a Russian chap that Wahhabi Imams were stopped at the Russian (This was at the time USSR) border.
            Russian Muslims are “Russified” in Russia proper, that government was trying to prevent Islamic agitation. It did by policing thoroughly.

          • Drakken

            Got to give those pesky Ruskies credit though, when islam rears its ugly head they deal with the problem in typical Russian fashion, brute total force.

          • mcbee555

            Yes, it was usually a trip to Lubianka for an interview with KGB, then the infiltrator would be whisked to the border and warned to never return.

          • Drakken

            More like a bullet to the head not the border.

          • defcon 4

            Ditto for the PRC, ditto for the Buddhists of Myanmar. They know what’s at stake.

        • Drakken

          The time for discussion and debate with you of the left and islamist are over, time to speak softly and carry an aircraft carrier battle group and use accordingly.

          • mcbee555

            If only commanders of those carrier groups didn’t have to observe Chain of Command. You see the result in Benghazi. No more than an Iranian-born Obama advisor could spoil the military potency.

          • Drakken

            Yes it is too bad that ole Jarret can’t suffer a workplace accident isn’t it?

        • defcon 4

          Tell it to the Cypriots, Armenians, Assyrians and the few Christians and Jews left in Turkey, maybe they’ll cry for your poor persecuted Turkish islam0nazis, but I doubt it.

      • Jakareh

        Besides Western leftists, I think it’s accurate say radical Sunni Islamists are also allies of Turkey, whether they are states, such as Qatar and Pakistan, or groups, such as the Muslim Brotherhood and its offshoots.

    • Kafir Dog

      Yes, such a great country. A great country that committed a genocide of some 2. 5 million Armenian and Assyrian Christians and not only has failed to make any restitution to the families of the victims, but denies the genocide to this day. A “great” country that invaded, annexed and ethnically cleansed Cyprus of its najjir kafirs. A “great” country that sentenced its native muslime sons to from three to six years for blowing up two synagogues (and killing 26 people in the process) on the same day in 2003.

      • Az

        The Ottomans are not an accurate representation of the Turkish Republic. The majority of Turkish youth do not believe in the propaganda against the Armenians and Greeks that the conservatives like to feed us. We’re past it and agree with it, but you are still small enough to blame an entire nation and culture because of the politics implemented by a select few at the top of the food chain.

        Get over it bro.

        • Kafir Dog

          Get over what? The systematic persecution of non muslimes that is SOP in Turkey? Shove it where the sun don’t shine.

        • mcbee555

          You’re past it, that’s good for you. Armenians and Greeks can’t get past it nor get closure, because the perpetrators of the crime (the nation represented by its leaders) have never even apologized to the victims whose only “crime” was belief in Jesus Christ. Simple requests for acknowledgement of the crime and apology for same was refused, the latest refusal from Erdogan. What Turk leader is going to be a big enough man to acknowledge past brutality? I don’t think Greeks and Armenians mean you specifically, but a responsible leader of a nation should at least represent that nation as one which has wronged smaller nations or peoples because it was powerful enough to do so with impunity, therefore an unfortunate act.

          • defcon 4

            Turkey has ALWAYS persecuted non muslimes. In Turkey, church bells may not be rung, nor the shofar sounded, but the daily call to prayer bleats out unopposed. In Turkey state approval must be gained in order to repair or build a house of worship, for some reason, this approval is much more difficult for the najjis kaffir than it is for Turkey’s native islam0nazis. Turkey also only allows officially recognized religions to practice their faith (sorry Mormons, but you’re SOL in Turkey, ditto for the Church of Scientology).

          • mcbee555

            Your assessment must also be on the minds of those Euro leaders who’ve resisted the Turkish application to become part of EU. That refusal by EU is justified in my opinion.
            While Turkey may have moderate Muslims as part of its population, that nation still saw a rabid Islamist like Erdogan into office. Moderate and Euro-minded Turks need to clear-up their own backyard.

      • Gee

        Along with the Armenian and Assyrians and the ethnic cleansing of Cypriots you can add Greeks, Kurds.

        The list of Turkish war crimes is long

  • Biff Henderson

    That the Arabites that cling to the shame culture they garnered from Islam are so quick to admit that they all are incompetent dolts that are continually outsmarted by Jews is baffling to me. Nothing happens unless Allah wills it to be so. They should have their panties in a twist over the latest “test of faith” that Allah is putting them through, no? These spirited Islamists that hope to revive the Ottoman Caliphate are now at odds with the Keeper of the Two Holy Places. It’s starting to shape up like a good, old-fashioned barroom brawl with all the parties claiming the fight is fixed because the Jews have their balls in a jar. What’s a sniveling b*tch to do when facing such odds? My advise is to raise your bottoms and plead for intercession. Allah knows Best.

    • Michael_van_der_Galien

      I had a hard time understanding that as well, until it was explained to me that by using ‘the Jews’ as an excuse, they *don’t have to take responsibility for their own flaws and failings.* They can demonize Jews – note: literally demonize them; turn them into demons – whereby they more or less give them ‘higher powers’ (evil, but higher). In that scenario they have an excuse for their problems: the demon powers are obstructing them! If they are pious they’ll defeat them, etc. and so on. When they can’t defeat them, they just point to other Muslims who are supposedly not pious enough and therefore interrupting the help from God.

      It’s a direct result of the shame culture.

      • Biff Henderson

        Interruption is not a word I would use in this instance. Allah is unfathomable and everything that transpires is the result of His sheer will. What happens is because Allah wills it, nothing more. Allah wills a given Muslim to be a slacker or obstructionist or coward, the next a butcher of fellow Muslims or slit the throat of kufr infant in its crib or chooses one to die a martyr and be blessed with grunting, grinding and slobbering all over his allotment of virgins for all eternity.

      • sherwool

        Michael, Nonie Darwish would, I think, agree with your characterization of Arab culture as one that promotes failure to take responsibility for one’s own flaws and failings. I will guess that Islam feeds into that- it’s always inshalla, so we are not personally to blame.

        The tendency to demonize Jews, and ascribe great powers to them is, I think a more recent phenomenon, precipitated by the Nazi influence in the Arab world. As it is less embedded in the culture, it may be lend itself more readily to change.

        • cjkcjk

          ABSOLUTELY nothing to do with Nazi influence. Everything to do with Islamic influence and it ain’t going away for one second.

  • M.T. Aziz

    The Zionists and their Crusader allies are spreading war and hate throughout the Arab world, from Egypt, to Syria, to Iraq. The CIA and Mossad are fueling the killing on the one hand, while the Zionists poison Islam with their media. The illegal Zionist entity must be purged from our lands and the Crusaders driven back to their shores, which will one day, Inshallah, bow to Mecca. Allahu akbar!

    • Biff Henderson

      Inshallah yada-yada, that’s the crux of it is it not? You’re phoo-phooing about what Allah wills for His Slaves at this time in history. You are nothing more than an ungrateful little imp that has the gall to question the will of what you Muslims like to call the greatest of the gods. It seems to me that you are expressing your displeasure with the will of Allah by redirecting it at Allah’s instruments of the moment, i.e., the so-called Zionists and their Crusader allies. It is my hope that you divorce yourself from these childish outbursts and remind yourself that Allah knows Best. The next time you raise your bottom take the time beforehand to beg for forgiveness and ask for a change of heart. That life-changing Big Jihad can be yours if only you apply yourself. From one that neither sashays or swishes, it’s all love and kisses from an infidel that wishes you nothing but the best.

      • Hass

        Hehehe…

      • defcon 4

        LOL, that was great.

    • Michael_van_der_Galien

      Thank you for confirming my analysis about Erdogan, Morsi and anti-semitism. It’s greatly appreciated.

      • cjkcjk

        You forgot to add 85% of the Mohammedan world too.

        • defcon 4

          Is it really that low? Considering that the incidence of Jew hatred throughout the holey books of Islam is higher than that found in Mein Kampf (a popular book in some islam0fascist states) I’m surprised.

    • Manaphy

      Are you a just an internet troll, or are you legitimately this stupid?

      • Drakken

        Well you defend stupid inbred muslims like this on a daily basis.

    • iluvisrael

      Israel is here to stay you little camel banging troll. Go take a loose steaming dump in your koran and Happy eternal nakba!

    • Ken Kelso

      M.T. Aziz, Muslims killing Muslims by the thousands has nothing to do with Israel or the U.S.

      • Drakken

        I really wish they would get a little better at it, because the rate they are going it’s going to take decades to rid themselves from our midst.

    • mcbee555

      Well, I’d be happy to see “the Crusaders” back to their shores, and Muslims back to where they came from. That would be agreeable to many, many, people. Also, it’s absolutely ridiculous that you accuse “Zionists” of poisoning Islam with their media. All I’ve ever seen of Muslim media is poison, let the consumer beware. Do you mean all the Israeli newspapers extant in Egypt? There are none. Where? Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Arabia, Turkey, Iraq, Iran…..where?
      You people do a very thorough job of killing each other from one end of the Muslim spectrum to the other, no outsider has to goad Muslims into murdering each other, all we need are Sunnis and Shiites put into the same room, or a young girl who’s been raped and left to the “honor” justice of her own family.
      The Israeli Jews have had a nation where they are right now, long before Mohammedanism became a religion settled by force of sword.. The “illegals” and those Jews born under the Ottoman Empire in its territory then called Syria, restored the lands of the Bible to become productive. Prior to their return, much of that land was either arid, swampy, or goat trails, and definitely owned by wealthy Arabs and Turks for sale to anyone willing to pay. It seems to me that this land was rescued by the Jews and many Arabs (except Israeli Arabs) can’t stand the reality.

      • defcon 4

        I wish Israel would begin developing long range, nuclear, MIRV’d ICBM’s, because that’s the only thing the islamic world — and our current antisemitic POTUS regime respect.

        • mcbee555

          I’ve seen reports that the Israelis have 6 advanced Diesel-powered subs, almost silent-running capability, equipped with intermediate-range missile firing capability. As you know, warheads of any type can be adapted to such type missiles.
          They are guided by the latest GPS systems. apparently developed by Israeli engineers who are quite excellent in their own right. The subs were built in Germany, a nation that apparently is a major trader with Israel. If the German Dornier Co. built those subs, they are going to be very good to exceptional. They can effectively navigate shallow blue water areas which means they can maneuver in sea lanes like Gulf of Oman and Persian Gulf. They would have to sail through the Suez Canal and through the Red Sea into the Arabian Sea for such patrols.
          Not much is ever mentioned about such sub activity, the Israelis don’t advertise what’s in their defense establishment. We get only hints and suppositions, but I can understand that they’d hardly care to share their potentials with the Obama regime.

          • defcon 4

            Intermediate isn’t far enough. I would like to see nuclear-capable ICBM’s so Israel can reach out and touch the antisemitic Jew hating scum of the world wherever they reside.

          • mcbee555

            That’s a tall order. I haven’t heard of any Israeli ICBM capability before I came across the sub. capabilities.
            It seems to me that Israel has organized its military around a defensive strategy. Its immediate enemies happen to be adjacent to their borders, isn’t that a lot to deal with?
            They may have some missile forces out in the Negev, they seem to be excellent in maintaining military secrets security.
            They have to be. Time will tell.

          • Drakken

            The Israeli ICBM’s can reach anywhere islam resides.

          • mcbee555

            That’s good to know. Whatever deterrent the Israelis have developed,they make the Muslim hordes around them think more than twice.

    • Drakken

      There you have it folks, the Islamic mind on full display. God bless the Crusades, you sub human muslims will push us to give you another one. Deo Volente!

      • mcbee555

        It’s actually healthy and beneficial for we non-Muslims to have such Muslims on this forum. They do provide a service though it’s certainly not their intentions.
        When I read such poppycock as they write, I am thankful to and for my Lord and creator.

        • Drakken

          Amen !

    • Zionista

      inshalla yabba dabba doo!

      • defcon 4

        “Mekka Lekka Hi Mekka Hiney Ho!” as Pee-Wee Herman and his gang used to say (incl. Lawrence Fishburne of all people).

    • Edward

      M.T.Aziz, Look at Syria, Egypt, Iraq, Afghanistan.

      Wherever there are Islamists, death and destruction follow.

      Your prophet of satan, mohanmmed, is the source of all evil in the world.

    • mcbee555

      Where’s that blood pressure now? If it wasn’t for the principals you’ve named from every possible period of Christian (Judeo-Christian to be exact) history, your insane propaganda is totally “Josef Goebbels.”
      IMHO, the “Zionists” couldn’t possibly poison Islam, however they could provide you all an antidote. What is it about Europe that you so direly want
      to conquer? You people have plenty of territory and just because it’s vast expanses of sand doesn’t mean you should give up and go to Europe.
      The Israelis made their section of desert to bloom, why can’t Muslims do likewise?

  • http://alakhtal.wordpress.com/ Obaid Karki

    Don’t worthy the worthless. Recep. They’re digging each other’s grave. Seesee and Bibi are frightened. How long would their corrupt, underpaid, starving & failing endangered species troops coffer the Tsunami? Israel evaporated from headlines during Egypt Gettysburg. Since Israel snubbed by Dems. Israel has no choice but to hijack more Fracking to fool the Donuthole fools for more sympathy and more arms. If she’s ain’t bragged about she’s bashed. At least she’s ain’t buried. Since Dems, GOP and Teeebaagerzz confused who to arm in Egypt Israel clutched this window of looting to lure DC’s Israelifirsters to arm her instead. That’s why this Kleptomania Breaking is sponsored by FOXNEWS.

    • Michael_van_der_Galien

      I think you missed something: Erdogan is on the losing, not the winning side. Other than that, I have no idea what you’re trying to say with the rest of your comment. #unreadable.

      • sherwool

        S’matter wid youse, Michael?

        ‘Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
        Did gyre and gimble in the wabe:

        All mimsy were the borogoves.

        Actually, I see your problem. Clearly you suffer from imagination deficit disorder. Space aliens have informed me of this.

        • Michael_van_der_Galien

          Heh, that must be it indeed!

      • defcon 4

        His words probably make more sense in Arabic, Urdu or Turkish.

    • Biff Henderson

      Lets see, when I broke out my Combination Pig Latin/Picnic Blanket Head decoder ring this is what it come up with -

      Don’t worry about Recep Erdogan. Sisi and Bibi are frightened and are digging their own graves by conspiring against the MB. How long can the corrupt, underpaid, starving Egyptian troops ( an endangered species that is failing in it’s mission) going to allow itself to suffer under the Tsunami of the Muslim Brotherhood before they abandon the interim government? Israel benefited from the recent events that Obaid Karki equates with an Egyptian version of Gettysburg (the Confederate Army initiated the Gettysburg Campaign. The battle is said to have produced the largest number of casualties of the entire war and is often described as the war’s turning point.). He’s equating Sisi’s clearing of the MB sit-ins to General Robert E. Lee miscalculation that cost him the war.

      Israel remains viable despite the condemnation/praise news cycles. Israel has hijacked Egypt’s misery for it’s own political ends. Karki states the Obama Administration has been hoodwinked into withholding Egyptian military aid while Israel’s remains unscathed. FOX News cast the Muslim Brotherhood’s reaction in a negative light to sway the US to reward Israel and punish Egypt.

      The article is about Erdogan’s openly hateful remarks about the Jews and he says don’t worry about it. He then takes the opportunity to spew his own brand of hatred against the Jews with nonsensical accusations.

      Karki Unhinged.

      • http://alakhtal.wordpress.com/ Obaid Karki

        Try harder. Give it all what you got, girl. I ain’t ditchn’ all-that-jazz on frontpagemag and comn’ after you.

        • Biff Henderson

          My apologies.

          It seems Obaid (Arabic for “a small slave”) has huge aspirations as he fancies himself as a street smart, master of offensive comedy with blogs and vlogs (banned on YouTube). This small slave slaves over his material and likes to cut and paste his polished turds in comments sections that he posted previously on his blogs and Facebook account. He is so enamored with his own material that it does not matter if his nuggets (Which, in their butchered English, he most likely collected as it dropped out of a black dog’s behind ) pertains to the subject at hand.

          In a recent YouTube video entitled “who is obaid karki ? anyway” he called his late father a bullsh*ttng adulterer with a Jewish proboscis, yet failed to take advantage of the opportunity when showing a picture of his mother Maria that her hijab made her the spitting image of Groucho Marx.

          I enjoy satire as well as the next man but Little Slave is in dire need of a proof reader. I am willing to offer my services, not only to clean up the way he mangles the written word, but with suggestions as to material if Little Slave is open to a little constructive criticism. I am going to have to demand payment up front as there is an ugly rumor going around that some people in Dubai are know to withhold payment for services rendered. The victim narrative takes a back seat to common sense. I like it. It may be that the black rubber bands that secures the picnic blanket to Little Slave’s head is cutting off the blood flow to his little brain.

          Little Slave, here is a sample of what I can offer -

          Q: Why do so many Arabs wear a diaper on their head?

          A: Leakage

          Get it? The blind-faith donkeys of Allah have sh*t for brains. Bound to be occasional leakage. This sets up the “Is that a zebiba or do you need a napkin?” or you can go in another direction. You know all those shiekhs and mullahs that are constantly waving their finger as they bloviate and go on a tear? Come to think of it, you’re prone to such antics. I digress. Turns out they are tauting anyone to taste the gooey, wet wrath of the secret botherhood of Kateebat A Reeh Al Sarsar. Pull my finger!!! I dare you!

          So, what do you think Little Slave, should we join in a collaborative effort or are you content to be “com’n after me” doing mop-up work?

  • INTOLERANTOFEVIL

    Israel could end all the suffering in the arab world by just using it’s nuclear weapons on every muslim country in the world, God willing…..

    • Knize10

      But God will never meddle in human affairs.

      • INTOLERANTOFEVIL

        Pray and HE might listen…..

  • Ken Kelso

    On behalf of the Elders of Zion I’m authorized to say we had nothing to do with Morsi’s downfall. I would also note that our research shows that when Erdogan’s grandfather arrived in Tuirkey from Russia his name was Chaim Erdoganskovitz. If Erdogan dosn’t close his mouth the Mossad will stop his monthly salary.Even worse we will ask Pink Floyd to boycott Ankara!

  • Ken Kelso

    Google this from today.

    Liberman: Turkish PM Erdogan is Nazi propagandist Goebbels’ successor
    HERB KEINON
    8/21/2013

  • Ken Kelso

    How do the NATO countries allow Turkey who’s led by paranoid schizophrenic liar like Erdogan be in Nato.

    What next for Nato, put Hamas in Nato.

    • Raymond_in_DC

      Obama “hearts” Turkey as a model of Islamic democracy and Erdogan remains Obama’s “most trusted” leader in the region. So Obama wants Turkey to remain in NATO, and wants the EU to welcome Turkey into its ranks.

      • Michael_van_der_Galien

        From the Hague (Netherlands) I hear increasingly more questions about the EU’s policy towards Turkey. It’s changing: at a certain moment, Erdogan can no longer be defended. They’re nearing that point.

      • Drakken

        The Europeans aren’t going to have anything to do with Turkey being in the EU, nobody wants 70 million muslim Turks in their midst.

        • neatoz

          That’s Racist. I think you should check why EU needs Turkey type articles as well.

          • Drakken

            Sorry, not racist, but realism on steroids, keep those bloody savages out period!

          • Drakken

            We don’t need you, but you need us to survive.

          • Aussie

            Idiot. You Muslimes bring nothing but death and destruction.

            Now get lost Pedo worshipper!

          • neatoz

            Do you hear yourself?

            With that attitude and language you def. deserve a kick to your bum, but not death, don’t worry I am not going to kill you. With your statement i can only be a murderer, right?

            You speaking just like Christianity does not bring dead to world. Judaism does not kill people. Naive, you are. Nothing more, nothing less.

      • John D

        And Obama is a Marxist traitor.

  • Ken Kelso

    Last June Erdogan tried to blame U.S Jews for the protests against Erdogan in Turkey.

    Michael Rubin destroys the lies of Erdogan.
    http://www.aei-ideas.org/2013/06/a-little-bit-of-crazy-from-turkey/
    A little bit of crazy from Turkey
    Michael Rubin | June 19, 2013

    So Yeni Şafak, Turkey’s pro-government Islamist daily, has accused me personally of leading a cabal of former — mostly Jewish — officials to plan the Istanbul unrest months ago. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan can’t even get Jewish conspiracies right: doesn’t he know that on Sundays, we control the banks. On Mondays, we control the newspapers.

    On Tuesdays, we think about how we can stage terrorist attacks and blame al Qaeda. On Wednesdays, we attend meetings with George Soros to discuss interest rates. On Thursdays, we plan atrocities and then order the international media to broadcast cooking shows so no one need see the violence. On Fridays, we hunt Christian children so we can use their blood to make matzoh. On Saturdays, exhausted, we rest.

    Seriously, though. The Yeni Şafak report harms Turkey’s image. It reads like something out of an Iranian or Hamas newspaper. If Erdoğan wants to know who is causing these protests, all he needs to do is look in the mirror.

    • defcon 4

      When you think about it, Islam0nazis need Jews more than any other population group on earth. Without Jews, who will islam0nazis have to blame for the excesses and failures of their death cult?

      • Ken Kelso

        Your right on the money

  • commandonazi

    vrai
    israel encourages killing morsi supporters and democracy
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4PZeDX5bqeQ

    • Biff Henderson

      What do you prefer to be addressed as;
      Useful Idiot, Kike Hate-tah, a Mustard, MoHalfBrainian, or a MoanHabitualian? You must be aware that nothing transpires unless Allah wills it to happen. The events that are unfolding in Egypt and the World government’s response are Allah’s Will. Why do so many Muslims whine and gnash their teeth over what is pleasing to Allah? Israel is merely an instrument of Allah’s Will and for you to speak disparagingly of Allah’s game plan shows you have utter contempt for your creator. Anytime you veer off the blind faith donkey path it will come back to to bite you in the ass. Come Judgment Day Allah is going to pull a Ricky Ricardo on your sorry behind for you will “have some spanin’ to do” for claiming the right to judge your creator in the harshest terms.

      Let me see if I can help you understand how Allah works. Visualize Him as the choreographer of a circus clown routine. Imagine a clown car recklessly plowing its way into the center ring of the big top, scattering objects as it careens off this or that. That’s Islam. Now imagine the clattering jalopy crashing into a shuddering support column, steam and confetti creating a striking visual as clowns of all stripes and colors spill out into the ring. These are the slaves of Allah. You have no idea how many clowns will emerge nor begin to have a clue as to the zany antics that will ensue. That’s Allah’s sheer will. Some will up in tears, others befuddled, jimpy, joyous, an apparition floating up to Paradise strumming a harp, or hamburger all over the highway. There might be charging elephants running amok or free camel rides for the kiddies. One thing’s for sure, Allah is the consummate showman and He knows how to captivate an audience. So turn that frown upside down, grab some cotton candy and enjoy the show. Who knows, maybe you’ll be spotted in the crowd and asked to join in. Inshallah yada-yada. Was that helpful?

    • SCREW SOCIALISM

      The false prophet muhammed encourages killing.

      That’s why Sunni/Shiite slaughter each other in Syria, Egypt, Iraq, Afghanistan – to put a smile on the face of satan/muhammed.

  • mcbee555

    Erdogan is a shill for the Muslim Brotherhood. Obviously, he thinks his constant attacks against Israel embellishes his image in the Muslim world. Maybe with Wahhabist-Sunni Saudi Arabia it does. Much of the Arab world has their own problems, I don’t think their mood is to oick a fight with anyone, including Israel. Turkey is worse-off because of Erdogan, both economically and strategically. Erdogan caters to the Muslim fanatical element in Turkey and I’m surprised that Turks, supposedly moderate Muslims, haven’t ousted this “loose cannon” of a President by now.

    • Drakken

      We can hope that the Turkish Military finally does away with him in a most expedient manner.

      • mcbee555

        Turkey made it into NATO, but I don’t believe it has a future in the EU. Germany’s Merkel did state that the multicultural experiment has been a negative for Germany, Netherlands has had it with “multiculturalism.” Isn’t the language of political correctness as indirect as language gets?:):) It isn’t working in Scandinavia either and those people are among the warmest and most tolerant in the this world. UK and France we know about and their huge problems, Spain and Italy also have had lousy experiences with “multiculturalism.” If the multiculturalism would have been Christians it would have worked, Jews, if the many pogroms could be forgot, it would have worked. However, with Muslims, nothing would work. We see that all the time and its a waste of time and an EU nation’s resources.

        • Drakken

          Welcome to the coming Balkans on steroids.

  • cjkcjk

    I guess it’s a recent phenomena if by recent you mean 1300+ years.

  • antioli

    And they wanted Turkey to be able to join the EU.

    • Drakken

      NOT going to happen.

  • herb benty

    Islam is so inefficient, stagnating, hypocritical that muslims need an all-purpose scapegoat. The annoyingly steadfast Israeli’s and/or Christians fit the bill.

  • Ken Kelso

    Its true what Erdogan said, Israel helped overthrow Morsi.
    Here’s how it went down.

    The 4000 Jews who didn’t show up at the World Trade Center on September 11th, told the Mossad Bird to tell the Mossad Vulture to tell the Mossad Shark to swim into Egypt and overthrow Morsi. When the Moslem Brotherhood saw the Mossad Shark, the Mossad Shark told the Mossad Turtle to chase down Morsi and replace him with General Sisi.

    Rumor has it, the Mossad squirrel is the real boss of the Mossad Bird, Mossad Shark, Mossad Vulture and Mossad Turtle.

    • Michael_van_der_Galien

      Haha, I was literally ROTFL after I read that comment!

      • Ken Kelso

        Thanks

    • mcbee555

      Excellent intelligence research,Ken! That “Israeli” bird that Turkey regarded as suspicious….they just identified it as Israeli by its feathers arrangement, but what they failed to detect was its load of missiles mounted under its wings. That Israeli technology sure is something!
      I hear the Jews and Armenians are collaborating on a secret Humus formula too! All the proceeds of sales will go to a fund to liberate moderate Muslims.

    • Love Love

      …but only if they had the psychics interrogate the Eagle (instead of X-Raying it)… damn they forgot about telekenisis.

  • Jane Doe

    All lies. Just like the Holocaust.
    Kakakakakaka

    • UCSPanther

      Obvious troll is obvious…

  • defcon 4

    Um, Islamic Jew hatred pre-dates the existence of the German language, much less the existence of Nazism. Islamic Jew hatred was well established before 1000 CE.

  • defcon 4

    LOL, that last paragraph was gold. Of course in ANY islam0nazi state it would earn you a quick trip to prison, or worse.

    • Biff Henderson

      I’d never make it past the Ultimate Drama Queen’s flash mob. Allah should sent some of the faithful to film school. Been to LiveLeak lately? The production values on most of His best stuff is horrendous. How’s the viewer going to know if they’re gnawing on my tar-blackened Iungs with that shoddy camera work? It might as well be a sanitary napkin that was dislodged from a Muslima during the melee. 7th century mindset. What a shame…

  • serkan

    “These words could have been spoken by Erdogan himself. He would, at the very least, agree with their sentiment and conspiratorial tone.”

    I hate the prime minister too but the piece above is a lousy piece of journalism.

  • Serkan Demir

    To all users who think ErDOGan represents Turkey, Turks and the Turkish community abroad, you are totally wrong. Right now, there is a revolution going on as we speak to overthrow ErDOGan. You have Christians, Sunnis, Shiites, Jews, Secular Nationalists, Leftists and even other Islamists who are getting sick and tired of his stupid behavior in the region.

    I am of Turkish descent myself and I criticise him greatly. Because his government is Muslim Brotherhood oriented and begging to join the EU (even though he is begging to join a Christian Club). He also restricts freedom of expression and media. He thinks Christians, Alevis and Jews are not Turkish enough either (fact is, there are many non-Sunni Muslims in Turkey who love their country).

    Don’t think Erdogan represents Turkey. He will be hanged eventually or, he will be thrown in a prison for the rest of his life and will be forced to eat dog poo for the rest of his life.