When weird is simply weird.
Once you get past the silicone bombshells, you find a real goofy, whacky huckster called Adnan Oktar, a person who keeps re-inventing himself to fool whatever naive he is currently trying to draw into his web of influence.
He says he once hated all Jews, now it’s only atheist Jews he hates, and the Free Masons, well they don’t get a free pass either, no matter how religious they are. There is now a page devoted to exposing Oktar, the excellent site of Sam Westrop who has been well on this guy’s trail from some time.
The need to expose this cult couldn’t be greater, seeing that Oktar and his silicone babes have been working overtime in trying to dupe as many pro-Israel types as possible. Sinem Tezyapar has been extremely active in the op-ed department, and when caught in her lies, she just invents whatever comes to her mind. By her sheer will power alone, jihad now means peace. Unbelievable yes, but she and the rest have taken a lot of people hook line and sinker.
The latest nonsense can be seen in yet another op-ed published again at the Jewish Press, this time it’s Bert Schlossberg who strives to make the reader believe that Tezyapar and Oktar are real straight shooters, in spite of all the evidence to the contrary. Schlossberg’s appeal to accept the cult of Oktar because al-Qaida is even dead set against them, is farcical, especially when al-Qaida is vitriolically against these same atheist Jews and Free Masons as Adnan Oktar’s group.
It would be refreshing to see otherwise intelligent people rejecting weirdness for the sake it being absolutely weird. What are they waiting for, floating silicone boobs in vats of Kool-aid?
It is apparent that Al Qaeda does not look favorably upon Ms Tezyapar and that is why she and her mentor and others have the right to request Turkish protective security measures. They have not requested this. It is upon all of us, if we are not fighters ourselves, to be fighters for the fighters. That’s how the world works. That’s how it should work. That is how we too can make a contribution to the fight against the ugly face of terrorism, and hatred. It is a function of love and of righteousness.