Turkish Prime Minister Denies "Ugly" Accusations of Armenian Blood, Says He is "Purebred Turk"

Erdogan looks a lot like Hitler, acts a lot like Hitler and talks a lot like Hitler

What do you get if you cross Hitler and Obama? What do you get if you cross Hitler and Obama? Apparently this guy.

Prime Minister Erdogan is the murderous ruler of Turkey who looks a lot like Hitler, acts a lot like Hitler and talks a lot like Hitler... but keeps accusing Israel of being worse than Hitler.

Go figure.

Anyway the mad Mullah of Turkey, whose top party man just made international news by warning women not to laugh, wants everyone to know that he has no Armenian blood.

No sir. Erdogan is 100% purebred Turk.

“They have also said a lot of things about me. One of them came and said I was a Georgian. Then another came up and, I beg your pardon, called me uglier things, saying I was Armenian,” Erdoğan said during a live interview on Aug. 5, adding that he was a purebred Turk.

The Turkish prime minister has repeated several times during his campaign that main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu is an Alevi, Peoples’ Democratic Party’s (HDP) candidate Selahattin Demirtaş is a Zaza-origin Kurd, and the CHP and other parties’ candidate Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu is “not even a native” for being born in Egypt, albeit to Turkish parents.

During his speeches, Erdoğan has consistently reminded the nation’s populace that he is a “Sunni.”

Erdogan is purebred something alright, but I doubt it could win the Westminster dog show. Unless there's a "Mutt who looks most like Hitler" category.

The media and foreign officials have a history of ignoring Erdogan's racist comments about Armenians. Even when he rubs it right in their faces.

An Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day Bill has also been put before the House of Commons and Mr Erdogan has warned Gordon Brown that relations would suffer if parliament passes it.

"There are currently 170,000 Armenians living in our country. Only 70,000 of them are Turkish citizens, but we are tolerating the remaining 100,000," said Mr Erdogan.

"If necessary, I may have to tell these 100,000 to go back to their country because they are not my citizens. I don't have to keep them in my country."

And yes, he did it at a press conference with the British Prime Minister. And the world said nothing.

U.S. President Obama shakes hands with Turkey's PM Erdogan after a bilateral meeting in Seoul