Saturday, April 15, 2017


 Published on Apr 14, 2017
Back in 2013 Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s days were numbered as the Gas for Gold scandal broke, ensnaring 16 of Erdogan’s allies. By July 2016 Erdogan was running from a coup that threatened to end his Presidency. But Erdogan gained the upper hand, blaming the coup attempt on former ally and U.S. charter School scourge Fethullah Gulen. Bloody revenge was loosed as over 300 Coup conspirators were killed. And a crackdown on the free press criticizing Erdogan’s authoritarian leanings saw to it that at least 200 journalists were imprisoned and 120 news outlets shutdown.
 Turkey: Muslim cleric says giving Erdogan dictatorial powers is Islamic obligation, 
“no” voters are foes of Islam
 Turk Election Violence Erupts in EU
 Published on Mar 14, 2017
With 400,000 Turks already living in the Netherlands, Erdogan’s government sent representatives there to campaign in favor of giving the Turk president dictatorial powers. When the Dutch government sent the campaigners home, violence erupted and Erdogan, without any sense of irony, accused the Dutch of being fascist Nazis. With the EU and even Merkel taking the side of the Netherlands, Turkish rhetoric has become so heated that the Dutch government warned its citizens not to travel to Turkey. But the Netherlands is also having an election — in 2 days — and Geert Wilders has taken the opportunity to again warn the Dutch about Islamic invasion.
 Turkish President Declared Caliph 
Of The Muslim World 
 Published on Dec 29, 2015
As he wrote for Yeni Safak, the pro-Erdogan main newspaper under the control of Erdogan in Istanbul. In his article regarding the new presidential system which Erdogan wants to establish, Karaman desperately defended Erdogan and declared what we were saying all along they will do; that Erdogan will soon become the Caliph for all Muslims. The following is a presentation of the exciting part in an article Hayrettin Karaman wrote: “During the debate on the presidential system, here is what everyone must do so while taking into account the direction of the world’s national interest and the future of the country and not focus on the party or a particular person. What this [presidential system] looks like is the Islamic caliphate system in terms of its mechanism. In this system the people choose the leader, the Prince, and then all will pledge the Bay’ah [allegiance] and then the chosen president appoints the high government bureaucracy and he cannot interfere in the judiciary where the Committee will audit legislation independent of the president. ” Hayrettin Karaman