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Breaking Turkey Threatens To Invade Greece


I Have A Thought For All The Brits Tourists That Goes Back In The U.K. In A Coffin… Every Year !

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  • With the illegal seizures and occupation of northern Cyprus in 1974 and the Syrian city of Afrin this March — with virtually no global reaction — Turkey apparently feels unchallenged and eager to continue; this time, it seems, with the oil-and-gas rich islands of Greece.
  • “To take an interest in Iraq, Syria, Libya, Crimea, Karabakh, Bosnia and other brotherly regions is both the duty and the right of Turkey. Turkey is not just Turkey. The day we give up on these things will be the day we give up on our freedom and future.” — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, 2016.
  • Turkish needs are in reality supplied by its association with the US. Turkish officials usually get whatever they want from the West, but they seem to have chosen to align themselves with Iran and Russia, possibly in attempt to blackmail the West for more.

Turkey has been harassing Greece consistently. Most recently, this week, on April 17, two Turkish fighter aircraft harassed the helicopter carrying Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and the Greek Armed Forces Chief Admiral Evangelos Apostolakis as they were flying from the islet of Ro to Rhodes.

With the illegal seizures and occupation of northern Cyprus in 1974 and the Syrian city of Afrin this March — with virtually no global response — Turkey apparently feels unchallenged and eager to continue; this time, it seems, with the oil-and-gas rich islands of Greece.

A computer-generated rendering of the April 17 incident in which Turkish fighter jets harassed the helicopter carrying Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, and in response Greek fighter jets arrived to protect the helicopter. (Image source: ‘A News’ video screenshot)

Another provocation by the Turkish government recently took place when three young Greek men recently paid tribute to a dead pilot by planting five flags in some islets in the Aegean.

According to the Turkish media, Turkey first urged Greece to remove the flags, then carried out a military operation against a tiny islet, Mikros Anthropofagos, at night: special operation units (SAT) of the Turkish Navy allegedly removed them on April 15.

“Do not take dangerous steps,” Turkish foreign minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, warned Greece: “Our soldiers might cause an accident.”

Many Turkish media outlets proudly covered the operation as if Turkey, in a triumphant battle, had conquered new realms. The Greek media, however, reported that according to witnesses in the area, all five flags are apparently still in place.

The Aegean islands that Turkey keep threatening to invade, legally and historically belong to Greece.

Since Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan visited Greece last December, the Turkish media has escalated its anti-Greek, pro-war reporting concerning “the Greek occupation of the islands.” Some newspapers claim that “Greece has become home to terrorists hostile to Turkey.” Others say, “Greece is planning to invade Turkey.” Some columnists claim that “Turkey can fight against Greece in the Aegean”, while others accuse Greek consular officials in Istanbul of trying to revive the Greek Byzantine Empire through an exhibition the Greek consulate organized in Istanbul from December 2017 – January 2018.

Why are so many Turks obsessed with Greece?

In 1923, after a major attack against Anatolian Greeks — the 1913-1923 genocide — the Turkish republic was founded. Since then, Turkey’s expansionist goals seem to be inspired by a seeming historical aggression, hatred towards Greeks, neo-Ottomanism and an Islamic tradition of conquest, or jihad.

From the mid-15th century until the proclamation of the first Hellenic republic in 1822, modern Greece’s borders were occupied by the Ottoman Empire. Erdogan has been open about his goals of resurrecting the Empire or at least expanding Turkish territory as much as possible:

“There are physical borders and there are borders in our hearts,” he said. “Some people ask us: ‘Why do you take an interest in Iraq, Syria, Georgia, Crimea, Karabakh, Azerbaijan, the Balkans, and North Africa?’… None of these lands is foreign to us. Is it possible to divide Rize [in Turkey] from Batumi [in Georgia]? How can we consider Edirne [in Turkey] to be separate from Thessaloniki [in Greece]? How can we think that Gaziantep [in Turkey] has nothing to do with Aleppo [in Syria], Mardin [in Turkey] with Al-Hasakah [in Syria], or Siirt [in Turkey] with Mosul [in Iraq]?

“From Thrace to Eastern Europe, with every step you take, you will see traces of our ancestors… We would need to deny our true selves for us to think Gaza and Siberia, with whom we speak the same language and share the same culture, is separate from us. To take an interest in Iraq, Syria, Libya, Crimea, Karabakh, Bosnia and other brotherly regions is both the duty and the right of Turkey. Turkey is not just Turkey. The day we give up on these things will be the day we give up on our freedom and future.”

Erdogan also referred to the Misak-ı Milli (“National Pact”), a set of decisions made by the Ottoman Parliament in 1920 concerning the borders of the future Turkish state to be established in Ottoman Turkey. The National Pact is commonly referenced by Turks when calling for Turkish territorial expansion.

The Turkish newspaper Hürriyet wrote:

“Some historians say that according to the National Pact, the Turkish borders include — in addition to the current borders of Turkey — Cyprus, Aleppo [in Syria], Mosul, Erbil, Kirkuk [in Iraq], Batumi [in Georgia], Thessaloniki [in Greece], Kardzhali, Varna [in Bulgaria], and the Aegean islands.”

On April 18, the Turkish foreign ministry asserted, “the Kardak rocks [Greece’s Imia islets] and their territorial waters and airspace above them are exclusive under Turkish sovereignty.”

Major political parties in Turkey unite in their desire to invade the Aegean islands — what they disagree on is who is guilty of having allowed Greek sovereignty over the islands in the first place. The main opposition party, the CHP, (Republican People’s Party) accuses the ruling AKP (Justice and Development Party) of “letting Greeks occupy Turkish islands”; the AKP accuses the CHP, the founding party of Turkey, of “letting Greeks take the islands through the 1923 Lausanne treaty.”

Turkey’s quests for new economic gains from additional tourism, but especially from the newly-found Aegean oil and gas potential, seem to have intensified Turkey’s renewed interest in Greece.

In 2011, after facing an economic crisis, Greece re-launched its own gas and oil exploration. Last year, France’s Total and Italy’s Edison companies signed a lease for oil and gas exploration off Greece, Reuters reported.

Although Greece might well be willing to partner with Turkey in economic agreements, Turkey appears to prefer “other means.”

Turkish needs are in reality supplied by its association with the US. Turkish officials usually get whatever they want from the West, but they seem to have chosen to align themselves with Iran and Russia, possibly in attempt to blackmail the West for more.

In the meantime, Turkish politicians threaten Greece on Turkish national television. Yiğit Bulut, a chief advisor to Erdogan, recently said that he wants to avenge the blood of his grandfather, whom he claims was killed by Greeks:

“Anatolia [Turkey] will walk all over Greece. And no one can prevent this. Greece should know its place. If they try to attack and rape this geography like they did 100 years ago by trusting [French President] Macron, England, the U.S., Germany and [Angela] Merkel, these attempts will end terribly.”

The time to stop Turkey is now.

Uzay Bulut is a Turkish journalist born and raised in Turkey. She is presently based in Washington D.C.

 

Kurdish Afrin Falls to Turkey


Why Turkey Wants to Invade the Greek Islands


by Uzay Bulut  •  February 28, 2018 at 5:00 am

  • Turkish propagandists also have been twisting facts to try to portray Greece as the aggressor.
  • Although Turkey knows that the islands are legally and historically Greek, Turkish authorities want to occupy and Turkify them, presumably to further the campaign of annihilating the Greeks, as they did in Anatolia from 1914 to 1923 and after.
  • Any attack against Greece should be treated as an attack against the West.

There is one issue on which Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) and its main opposition, the Republican People’s Party (CHP), are in complete agreement: The conviction that the Greek islands are occupied Turkish territory and must be reconquered. So strong is this determination that the leaders of both parties have openly threatened to invade the Aegean.

The only conflict on this issue between the two parties is in competing to prove which is more powerful and patriotic, and which possesses the courage to carry out the threat against Greece. While the CHP is accusing President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s AKP party of enabling Greece to occupy Turkish lands, the AKP is attacking the CHP, Turkey’s founding party, for allowing Greece to take the islands through the 1924 Treaty of Lausanne, the 1932 Turkish-Italian Agreements, and the 1947 Paris Treaty, which recognized the islands of the Aegean as Greek territory.

In 2016, Erdoğan said that Turkey “gave away” the islands that “used to be ours” and are “within shouting distance.” “There are still our mosques, our shrines there,” he said, referring to the Ottoman occupation of the islands.

Two months earlier, at the “Conference on Turkey’s New Security Concept,” Erdoğan declared: “Lausanne… has never been a sacred text. Of course, we will discuss it and struggle to have a better one.” Subsequently, pro-government media outlets published maps and photos of the islands in the Aegean, calling them the territory that “Erdoğan says we gave away at Lausanne.”

To realize his ultimate goal of leaving behind a legacy that surpasses that of all other Turkish leaders, Erdoğan has set certain objectives for the year 2023, the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Turkish Republic, and 2071, the 1,000th anniversary of the 1071 Battle of Manzikert, during which Muslim Turkic jihadists from Central Asia defeated Christian Greek Byzantine forces in the Armenian highland of the Byzantine Empire.

The idea behind these goals is to create nationalistic cohesion towards annexing more land to Turkey. To alter the borders of Turkey, however, Erdoğan must change or annul the Lausanne Treaty. Ironically, ahead of his two-day official visit to Greece in December — touted as a sign of a new era in Turkish-Greek relations — Erdogan told Greek journalists that the Lausanne Treaty is in need of an update. During his trip, the first official visit to Greece by a Turkish head of state in 65 years, Erdoğan repeated his mantra that the Lausanne Treaty must be revised.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said that Turkey “gave away” Greek islands that “used to be ours” and are “within shouting distance”. “There are still our mosques, our shrines there,” he said, referring to the Ottoman occupation of the islands. (Photo by Carsten Koall/Getty Images)

The following month, Erdoğan targeted CHP leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, again accusing the party that signed the Lausanne Treaty of giving away the islands during negotiations. “We will tell our nation about [this],” Erdoğan said. What this statement means is that Erdogan accepts that the islands legally belong to Greece. Yet, at the same time, he calls the Greek possession of the territory “an invasion” — apparently because the islands were once within the borders of the Ottoman Empire — and he now wants them back.

Meanwhile, the CHP has been equally aggressive in its rhetoric, with Kılıçdaroğlu telling the Turkish parliament that Greece has “occupied” 18 islands. When Greek Defense Minister Panos Kammenos was described as “uncomfortable” with this statement, CHP’s deputy leader for foreign affairs, Öztürk Yılmaz, responded, “Greece should not test our patience.” Yılmaz also reportedly stated that “Turkey is much more than its government,” and that any Greek minister who provokes Turkey, will be “hit with a sledgehammer on the head…If [Kammenos] looks at history, he will see many examples of that.”

History is, in fact, filled with examples of Turks carrying out murderous assaults against Anatolian Greeks. In one instance, the genocidal assault against Greek and Armenian Christians in Izmir in 1922 was highlighted in a speech before the parliament by Devlet Bahceli, the head of the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP):

“If they [the Greeks] want to fall into the sea again — if they feel like being chased after again — they are welcome. The Turkish nation is ready and has the faith to do it again. Someone must explain to the Greek government what happened in 1921 and 1922. If there is no one to explain it to them, we know how to stick like a bullet on the Aegean, rain from the sky like a blessed victory, and teach history to the couriers of ahl al-salib [the people of the cross] all over again.”

Turkish propagandists also have been twisting facts to try to portray Greece as the aggressor. Ümit Yalım, former secretary-general of the Ministry of National Defense, for example, said that “Greece has turned the Greek-occupied islands into arsenals and military outposts that Greece will use in its future military intervention against Turkey.”

Turkish politicians all seem to have their own motivations for their obsession with the islands: Traditional Turkish expansionism, Turkification of Hellenic lands, neo-Ottomanism and Islam’s flagship of conquest — jihad. There are also strategic reasons for their wanting to invade the islands, which can be understood in a statement made by Deputy Prime Minister Tuğrul Türkeş about Turkey’s control of Cyprus since 1974:

“There is this misinformation that Turkey is interested in Cyprus because there is a Turkish society there… Even if no Turks lived in Cyprus, Turkey would still have a Cyprus issue and it is impossible for Turkey to give up on that.”

The same attitude and mentality apply to the Aegean islands. Although Turkey knows that the islands are legally and historically Greek, Turkish authorities want to occupy and Turkify them, presumably to further the campaign of annihilating the Greeks, as they did in Anatolia from 1914 to 1923 and after. The destruction of any remnant of Greek culture that existed in Asia Minor, a Greek land prior to the 11th century Turkish invasion, is almost complete. There are fewer than 2,000 Greeks left in Turkey today.

Given that Turkey brutally invaded Cyprus in 1974, its current threats against Greece — from both ends of Turkey’s political spectrum — should not be taken lightly by the West. Greece is the birthplace of Western civilization. It borders the European Union. Any attack against Greece should be treated as an attack against the West. It is time for the West, which has remained silent in the face of Turkish atrocities, to stand up to Ankara.

Uzay Bulut is a Turkish journalist born and raised in Turkey. She is presently based in Washington D.C.

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Europe Is Killing Itself


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Islam is Making Serious Advances in the Balkans By Pamela Geller


Islam is Making Serious Advances in the Balkans

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I received this alarming email about the situation in the Balkans:

Dear Pamela,

I had trouble to write you this, but please read this email. It is about the current situation in the Balkans and in some cases it is getting serious. I am a 28-year-old Bosnian Serb who currently lives in Croatia. I am a longtime reader of your blog and you’re one of the unsung heroes of our time.

So where do I start when it comes to Islam and the Balkans? I will start from Macedonia, a country which is under tremendous pressure from the EU and its Islamic community. Macedonia is already 35% Muslim, with the capital Skopje being 25% Muslim. I mean North Macedonia has a Muslim majority, where about 16 years there was the Albanian insurgency, but Zoran Zaev, the current Prime Minister of Macedonia, has bigger plans, has an Islamic vision for the country. Zaev, an ethnic Albanian, wants to draw up legislation that will make Macedonia a bi-national state of Macedonians and Albanians, that means abolishing the current Macedonian flag, its symbols and institute bilingualism. The local elections are nearing in Macedonia and Zaev has even more sinister plans. Together with EU money, Zaev plans to build asylum centers for Muslim asylum seekers which come from the worst hellholes of the Muslim Middle East, and those asylum centers will be built in majority Christian Macedonian areas, so Zaev intends to further Islamize Macedonia. From what I saw on Facebook from some Macedonians on an anti-immigration page, there was a petition to stop construction of such monstrosities. Anyways, if Macedonians don’t stop Zaev, Macedonia will be the first domino to fall.

But the most critical stories come from Serbia. I mean no country has such a treasonous leadership in Eastern Europe like Serbia. Its leadership, under the advice of Angela Merkel, the EU and other international organizations, is rushing to destroy what is left of Serbia, starting with the fact that Serbia is one of the hardest-hit countries when it came to the migrant invasion of 2015. Instead of building a fence together with Macedonia, Aleksandar Vucic and his government have listened to Merkel, and the citizens of Serbia are paying the price two years later. It isn’t reported in the media, but Serbia has been hit by migrant crime, rape and terror, especially the northern region of Vojvodina, where there are migrant camps. The towns of Sid, Subotica and Sombor are under siege by Muslim asylum seekers who rob, attack and rape local citizens. Parts of Belgrade are turning into war zones where migrants attack police officers. In Obrenovac, a town near Belgrade, asylum seekers, the so-called rocket scientists and engineers as Merkel called them, have raped a 13-year-old boy last year. Meanwhile Vucic is doing his best to accommodate the asylum seekers, which includes a plan to colonize Serbia, especially the southeastern parts which border with Bulgaria. Currently in Serbia there are 4000-6000 Muslim asylum seekers, and they are wreaking havoc. Just recently, I have read there are 1000 migrant children, and all of them are going to Serbian schools with Serbian children, and the Serbian government has kept it under the rug, until a group of parents in Sid (a border town with Croatia) have organized protests and gave an ultimatum not to send migrant children in their schools, which has successfully worked. However, other schools have received migrant children (which included the town of Adasevci where they put 40 migrant children in a school 150 children) and Serbian children together with their parents and teachers are in a world of hurt in a year or two. All this comes just 17 years after the NATO bombing of Serbia and only 14 years after the pogrom of Serbs in Kosovo, but some Serbs see the parallels with what happened in Kosovo and the 2015 Muslim invasion, which two years later is starting to wreck the country.

Also in Montenegro last year, there was a fight between the locals and Muslim asylum seekers in Podgorica, the capital of the country, when a Muslim asylum seeker attacked a pensioner.

But in Bosnia-Herzegovina, there is a quiet Arab invasion. In the last couple of years, through legal channels and means, tens of thousands of Arabs have settled in Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Arabs are increasingly buying property in Sarajevo. Of course, this is happening under the watch of Bakir Izetbegovic, the son of the notorious Alija Izetbegovic. And early alarm bells about the Arabization of Bosnia-Herzegovina are sounding. Dragan Covic, who is the Croatian member of the Bosnian presidency, is worried, and he fears that an Arab state is being built in Bosnia. So is the leadership of Republika Srpska (the Serbian entity), who see this as a potential threat. But the signs of jihad are springing up. Weeks ago in the village of Ljubace near Zenica, where Croats live, somebody put the black flag of jihad to fly, which the police immediately removed. The same thing happened in the village of Prasci near Tuzla. Also near Tuzla is the notorious village of Gornja Maoca, which Islamic terrorists use as their planning and recruiting center, and which even after all these years and warnings hasn’t been cleaned up due to the inaction of the Bosnian government, most notably Bakir Izetbegovic. When Croatian president Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovich talked about Islamic terrorism in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bakir Izetbegovic, together with Muslim groups and the Muslim clergy, condemned her and called her an Islamophobe. But there is nothing Islamophobic about warning about Islamic terrorism, yet like his father, Izebegovic played the victim card.

Croatia itself was rocked by a number of sex assaults in Zagreb during the summer, which were committed by Muslim asylum seekers who passed through the Balkan route in 2015. But a suburb of Dugave is feeling the pressure of the asylum center and the asylum seekers who plan their next moves. In the last two years, there have been robberies and attacks on local residents, their bikes were stolen, and mostly residents don’t go out at night. The Croatian government wants to relocate asylum seekers somewhere else, like near the Serbian border near Bajakovo. The problem is that the population doesn’t like it and if they do relocate them there they plan a protest.

In Slovenia, Muslim asylum seekers went a step further. They began to desecrate churches, which was reported by the Slovenian branch of Generation Identity, while the Slovenian government is in cahoots with Merkel.

The thing is, I am worried that we are going down the same road as Western Europe went. Also the problem is deeply political as well, Merkel and the EU own every single government in former Yugoslavia, and only Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic is showing some resistance. That is because she is with Trump and very pro-American. Also she wants to tie Croatia with the Visegrad Group, and that is why Merkel has a contempt for her. While the rest are preparing to send us to hell.

This is the pdf document which documents Muslim war crimes city-by-city during the Croat-Muslim War. It was written by Ivica Mlivoncic, who wrote a book titled Al-Qaeda Fought in Bosnia-Herzegovina: The Role of the Mujahideen in Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina from 1991 to 2005. By far for me one of the best books on Islamic terrorism. It is 700 pages and features a huge amount of original documents about Islamic terrorism before, during and after the Bosnian War. The only problem is that it is in Croatian, and in my local library it disappeared years ago. But I knew it was there I had read it, but someone had either stole the book or the library had it mysteriously pulled off the shelves.
Here are two pdf files (one, two) which are about about Muslim War Crimes against Croats which include writings of Ivica Milivoncic who wrote a book about Islamic terrorism in Bosnia-Herzegovina, the pdf files include images of dead Bosnian Croats who were killed by the Army of Bosnia-Herzegovina as well their suffering and the persecution. Also today there are two sad anniversaries. Anto Garić was only four months old when he was killed by a grenade which the Army of Bosnia-Herzegovina threw into a hospital, and it bounced into the room of the home he lived. Anto Garić is the youngest victim of the Muslim murderers in Bosnia-Herzegovina, and he had never a chance to grow up, and nobody was arrested for such a crime. Ante Valjan was a Croatian police office in Travnik and in 1998, three years after the war ended, he was killed in a bomb attack near the police station in Travnik. Nobody was arrested to this day for such a thing.

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Donald Trump delivers his first speech as president in front of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.

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Erdogan Seizes 50 Syriac Churches and Monasteries, Declares Them Turkish State Property


Erdogan THREAT: “No European, no Westerner will be able to safely walk the streets, anywhere in the world”

It ought to come as no surprise that Erdogan issued threats to Westerners.

 

Turkey openly interferes in Bulgaria’s elections. History’s roots run deep. Outcomes of wars, effects of ancient policies can still be useful even in the 21st century!

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Ankara, Turkey, 04.01.2017: “The minarets are our bayonets. The faithful are our soldiers. Allahu akbar. Allahu akbar.” So said the Turkish president during his presidential campaign 20 years ago. He was charged and jailed for this statement by a secular political system in Turkey that he later changed to accommodate his brand of dangerous political Islam. One of his political supporters, Aslihan Dede, 21, a student journalist wearing a Muslim head scarf in Istanbul, said with a self-convinced glee “He is one of us” — meaning President Erdogan is a certified Islamist in power in a major NATO ally country with immediate aspirations for membership into the EU, the world’s most exclusive political club for democracies! He lifted restrictions on Islamic headscarves and pumped religion into schools, slowly reversing the 95-year old legacy of secularism in Turkey founded by its first president, Kemal Pasha Ataturk. Erdogan and his party have won nine straight elections, drawing their strongest support from poorer and more religious Turks. Meanwhile, he put in an administrative and political stranglehold on the remaining Greek Christian minority in Turkey, ensuring that the very old and traditional Christian Ecumenical East-Catholic Church of Istanbul will be finally eliminated after its current and last Patriarch, Bartholomew, dies in office. The few coastal Greek communities have all largely abandoned Turkey in the last 25 years.

Shadi Hamid, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington and author of “Islamic Exceptionalism: How the Struggle Over Islam Is Reshaping the World” detected this pattern of pan-Islamic populism sanctioned at the ballot box, which uses and abuses the vehicle of democratization to placate Western powers with a veneer of legitimacy, all just to ensure a gradual political victory for Islamism, if not also at the point of the bayonet in the street. The so-called ”Islamic State” draws strength from ideas that have a broad resonance among Muslim-majority populations, in Turkey, and in Egypt and elsewhere in the Islamic world. For this reason, Turkey’s cynical Islamist president supported the dreadful ISIS in the early years when he was hoping to see a minority Alawite government in Syria overthrown by a hardcore Sunni Muslim rebellion from the desert dustbins of the wide open Syrian countryside. In this way, he was hoping to demoralize Turkey’s own Alawite minority, which looks up to the Syrian Alawites as their brethren. In a sign of how committed Erdogan is to Islamism – he still remains the most outspoken supporter of Mohammed Mursi, the jailed Muslim Brotherhood president of Egypt who was toppled by the Egyptian army in 2013. Erdogan’s government hosts prominent Brotherhood leaders in exile. This author believes that President Erdogan has engineered or instigated a military coup against himself in Turkey last year in order to flush out his enemies inside the Turkish military and then eliminate them (which he did).

The dictatorial appetite of Erdogan was satisfied for now by the referendum on the expansion of presidential powers in Turkey, held earlier this year (in April). The changes to Turkey’s political system proposed by Erdogan (and adopted following the successful referendum) eviscerate the power of both the legislative and judicial branches of the government in favor of the executive, which will be concentrated in the hands of one person (Erdogan). The new presidential term limits allow Erdogan to remain in office as late as 2029. Erdogan has also abandoned an ambitious foreign policy that boosted Turkey’s economy by securing the flow of foreign capital. Instead, he replaced it with crude nationalism. He rails at neighboring countries on various pretexts, even at America for protecting his chief domestic rival who lives in exile in Pennsylvania (Gulen). He still has a low key Kurdish insurgency to deal with, as well as various sorts of blowbacks from returning terrorists who used to receive covert Turkish government support abroad. And above all else – Erdogan has been cynically exploiting the millions of Turks who live in Europe as his power play’s exponents. He would incite them so they hold rallies and he would send money to open schools in Europe where only Muslims need apply (madrassas). Every little incident in Europe involving Muslims his government uses as a pretext for a verbal onslaught against the Europeans. He is an absolute danger to the West, far greater than Saddam Hussein of Iraq used to be. Erdogan’s ironically named ”Justice and Development Party”, or AKP is a mere nationalist platform of yes-men from which the little Turkish Mussolini can tune his loud pitches on the open strings of his Islamist followers.

 

 

The Mor Gabriel Monastery Foundation appealed to the decision yet the liquidation committee rejected their appeal last May. The churches, monasteries and cemeteries whose ownerships were given to the Treasury were then transferred to the Diyanet.

Inquiries of the Mor Gabriel Monastery Foundation revealed that dozens of churches and monasteries had been transferred to the Treasury first and then allocated to the Diyanet. And the cemeteries have been transferred to the Metropolitan Municipality of Mardin. The maintenance of some of the churches and monasteries are currently being provided by the Mor Gabriel Monastery Foundation and they are opened to worship on certain days. Similarly, the cemeteries are still actively used by the Syriac community who visits them and performs burial procedures. The Syriacs have appealed to the Court for the cancellation of the decision.

“We started to file lawsuits and in the meantime our enquiries continued” said Kuryakos Ergün, the Chairman of Mor Gabriel Monastery Foundation. Ergün said they would appeal to the court for the cancellation of nearly 30 title deed registries.

Included in the seizure is the 1600-year-old Mor Gabriel Monastery:

Foundation of Mor Gabriel Monastery, filed a court case at the Civil Court of First Instance in Mardin against the registration of title deed records in the name of Treasury.

In the petition filed to the court it has been noted that the properties subject to the court case had been, since ancient times, under the possession and ownership of the Foundation and the significance of Mor Gabriel Monastery has been underlined; “Its history dates back to the 4th century AD. The Monastery is one of the oldest monasteries in the world which is still active and is one of the most ancient religious centers of Syriacs and the entire world with its history of more than 1600 years.

Midyat Syriac Deyrulumur Mor Gabriel Monastery Foundation had been established on the basis of the imperial order of Sultan Abdülmecid Han during the Ottoman Empire in “1267 Islamic calendar (1851/1852 Gregorian calendar) and its status was redefined, became a legal entity, on the basis of the Foundations Law of 13.06.1935 with no 2762.

The Foundation had been recognised as “a religious community foundation” on the basis of a Regulation issued in 2002 by the Directorate General of Foundation and was included in the List of Religious Community Foundations drafted same year. Foundations that I’m not included in this list are in not recognised as religious community foundations.”

 

Many Sources H/T : Pamela Geller / PJ Media.com

WELCOME TO TRUTH | Documentary


I Don’t Believe All Of It, The Angle For Me Is The Islamisation Of The Western World Including Russia.

It Is WAR, And In Every War Some People Getting Rich, Some People Are Capable To Play One Against The Other, Enemy Become Friend,Friends Become Enemies,A Lot Of Wars..A Lot Of Money.

 

 

Mauro on the Terror Threat to the US at Home and Abroad


By Ryan Mauro Thursday, July 6, 2017

 

To learn more about the threat from home, read more from Clarion Project’s Shillman Fellow and National Security Analyst Ryan Mauro

D-Day 2017


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D- Day Could Say That Today, That London Couldn’t Create A D-Day, Nor The French Free The Kent, Or Brighton, Brighton Under The Boots Of Enemy In The Air Of Allah Ahkbar, In The Rule Of Sharia…For The Growth Of The Ummah

Those On Our Shore Are No French, No Belgium, Nor British, They Are A Poisonous Gift From Germany, Nobody Did See That Coming…. So Did The Unknown Soldier In Calais…

Wil.

 

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The Partisans’ Song


 

When You Think Of Those No Go Zone,Large As A City, Where You Don’t Pay Taxes, But You get Only The Ashes Of A Late Police Station, That Fire Men Can’t Go To Do Their Job As A Flow Of Stones Hit Them. And With Police Protection Is Worth, Car Start to Burn Everywhere, And They Have Absolutly No Fear Of Police.

But If An Entity Be Standing, Free Building After Bulding, That Be Such A Big Deal That Army Be Right There And Condamned The Bad People Who Dared Create A Response…Knowning That Any kind Response Is A Bad One… Suffer In Silence. (Wil.)

 

 

The partisans’ song

Mate, do you hear the dark flight of the crows over our plains?
Mate, do you hear the muffled clamour of enchained countries?
Hey, partisans, workers and peasants this is the signal
tonight the enemy will know the price of blood and tears…
Join the sabotage, get off the hills, comrades!
Take the rifles, the machine gun, the grenades out of the straws.
Hey, killers, with a bullet or by knife, kill swiftly!
Hey, saboteur, take care of your charge: dynamite…
It’s us smashing the prison bars for our brothers,
The hatred on our backs and the hunger that drives us, the misery.
There are countries where people are dreaming deep in their beds,
here, we, you see, we’re marching on and we’re getting killed, we’re getting whacked…
Yes, we’re getting whacked…
Here everyone knows what he wants, what he does when it takes place,
Mate, if you go down, a mate out of the shadows takes your place.
Tomorrow black blood will be drying under the sun on the roads,
sing, colleagues, freedom is listening to us in the night…
Sing…
Come on, sing…
Sing, colleagues!

 

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Revolution Resistance
Paris Daily Maquis
The regulated zombie city
Learned armored museums
The city resists terrorist

Assassinates the state in the pocket
I judge you against me

Fascist!

Gaddafi and the IRA


An ITV Documentary about Muammar Gaddafi and his support for the Provisional IRA. This Documentary follows him and his support for the IRA – February 2011

 

 

 

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ULRIKE MEINHOF


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When The Goverment Doesn’t Hear Its People, Then The People Must Blast Its Ear

The Dissidence

How Can A Person Like Ulrike Meinhof Pass On The Opportunity To Explain Herself, To Make A Blast In The Ear Of The Goverment And The Media. Death By Suicide It’s So Easy, Making A Guilty One Who Shame What She Has Done. Unless The Goverment Shut Her Up, Closing What Could Have Been A Long Trial, Which Somehow Could Have Put The Goverment In Trial Itself.

Political Murder

On 9 May 1976, Ulrike Meinhof was found dead in her prison cell, hanging from a rope made from jail towels. An investigation concluded that she had hanged herself, a result hotly contested at the time, triggering a plethora of conspiracy theories. Other theories suggest that she took her life because she was being ostracized by the rest of the group.   (Ad : Her Bed Wasn’t Feng Shui……)

ULRIKE MEINHOF

7 October 1934 – 9 May 1976 (aged 41) Journalist, Terrorist, Mother

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She Was 10 Years Old In 1944, Grew Up All Through The Nazi Propaganda, Then The Cold War The West Propaganda, Then The West German Propaganda….That’s Quiet A Lot Of Different Ideas For All Of A Generation, We Are The Best, We are Nothing And Bad, We are Good Again The Bad Ones Are In The Other Side Of The Wall. She Should Have Grown Old Enough To See The Wall Falling.. Still

A Bright StarThat Became A Dark Meteorit, That, Is Just Falling On Our Thoughts.

World War II was only twenty years earlier. Those in charge of the police, the schools, the government — they were the same people who’d been in charge under Nazism. The chancellor, Kurt Georg Kiesinger, had been a Nazi. People started discussing this only in the 60’s. We were the first generation since the war, and we were asking our parents questions. Due to the Nazi past, everything bad was compared to the Third Reich. If you heard about police brutality, that was said to be just like the SS. The moment you see your own country as the continuation of a fascist state, you give yourself permission to do almost anything against it. You see your action as the resistance that your parents did not put up.

— Stefan Aust, author of Der Baader Meinhof Komplex

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The Red Army Faction’s Urban Guerrilla Concept is not based on an optimistic view of the prevailing circumstances in the Federal Republic and West Berlin.

— The Urban Guerrilla Concept authored by RAF co-founder Ulrike Meinhof (April 1971)

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War And Rumors Of Wars, Christianity Under Siege


War And Rumors Of Wars, Christianity Under Siege

In Spain, Good Friday Parade Interrupted by Rampaging Muslims Shouting ‘Allahu Akbar!

17 People Hospitalized

Egypt’s Deadliest Church Attack :

https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/9549/egypt-church-attack

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Soccer : Dortmund Bomb And Lyon (France) – Besiktas (Turkey) Fighting 

Is Erdogan Inciting a Holy War Against Christian Europe?


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Is Erdogan Inciting a Holy War Against Christian Europe?

 

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https://clarionproject.org/is-erdogan-inciting-a-holy-war-against-christian-europe/

Greeks in Turkey on the Verge of Extinction


Greeks in Turkey on the Verge of Extinction

https://www.clarionproject.org/analysis/greeks-turkey-verge-extinction#

 

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