Monday, September 1, 2014

Turkey’s Imperial Fantasy (New York Times) By BEHLUL OZKAN

Turkey’s Imperial Fantasy By BEHLUL OZKAN AUG. 28, 2014, New York Times

In the late 1990s, as Turkey was reeling from various political and economic crises, there was a nationwide debate over European Union membership and whether Turkish accession to the union would solve the country’s problems.

Sunday, August 31, 2014

The Davutoğlu Doctrine

The Davutoğlu Doctrine for Islamic Expansionism - If America-backed British foolishness is permitted to prevail in Cyprus (bizonal apartheid) then an international legal precedent so dire will have been set that will sooner or later determine the fate of western countries with sizable Muslim populations. This constitutes one of two fundamental pillars of the Qatar-backed, Saudi-Arabia-backed Davutoğlu doctrine for worldwide Islamic expansionism, the other being "democracy" a-la-Turca, or Islamic majority rules Islamically and there ain't nothing anyone can do about it.

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Basting Turkey's New Prime Minister by Daniel Pipes

Basting Turkey's New Prime Minister by Daniel Pipes The Washington Times August 28, 2014
[N.B.: WT title: "Talking Turkey with an Islamist academician"]

As Recep Tayyip Erdoğan ascends today to the presidency of Turkey, his hand-picked successor, Ahmet Davutoğlu, simultaneously assumes Erdoğan's old job of prime minister. What do these changes portend for Turkey and its foreign policy? In two words: nothing good.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Choosing between freedom and Islamism

Choosing between freedom and Islamism, August 26, 2014 , by Uzay Bulut

"The book you are holding in your hand is a book of a new era marked for a more beautiful ‎world. It is obvious that a more beautiful world cannot be achieved without a freer world. ‎And to achieve a freer world, taboos must be broken. All kinds of chains that bind freedoms ‎must be broken."‎

This excerpt is from the preface of the first edition of the book "This is Religion," by Turan ‎Dursun.‎

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Turkish Peace

Let me see if I get what Turks and their puppets are saying. When a militarily powerful nation decides to attack a weak nation, divide it, occupy part of it, ethnically cleanse it, destroy its cultural wealth & colonize it, we are supposed to applaud the result as "peace"? Perhaps there is confusion between the words 'peace' and 'piss' by the gentleman.

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