Telling isn’t it?
Yet another reason to get out of the EU, we can’t trust these morons to keep the Turks out.
With success in Germany, they think that they’re on a roll…..
And because it was the Swedes, you could understand how confident they were in achieving the desired result.
It reminds me of what the Iranian regime tried with ME analyst Alan Salehzadeh’s report citing Israel as region’s only democracy. It was placed back online after the JPost report highlighted the incident.
TV4 received an email note from the Turkish Embassy, signed by Arif Gulen, the press counselor of the Turkish Embassy in Stockholm. The editors of TV4 published the note on the TV4’s media blog in Swedish and English.
The Embassy’s press officer asks the TV4 editors to reconsider airing the documentary, because “conventional wisdom suggests that broadcasting of a documentary film comprising one-sided views of ‘the 1915 events’ will fail to serve the principle of objectivity of broadcasting.”
The letter goes on stating that “there is no historical, academic or legal consensus on how to define ‘the 1915 events'” and that “only a competent international tribunal can determine whether a particular event is genocide.”
More here. H/T: Always Watching
Islamic Turkey will never be ”European”…..
Until its de-islamized that it. When Istanbul is renamed Constantinople, then lets talk Turkey.
by Burak Bekdil
Hürriyet Daily News
April 22, 2016
Originally published under the title “Wir lieben die Türkei! Erdoğan ist der beste!”
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government has set a marvelous precedent in showing the entire world how a country should best care about the safety of its citizens traveling to, well, “different” foreign lands. In a very smart move, the German Foreign Ministry added a new piece of travel advice to the “tips page” on how German tourists should behave while on a visit to Turkey: “It is strongly advised not to make public political statements against the Turkish state and not to express sympathy for terrorist organizations.”
Ironically, the advice came more or less on the same day a German reporter was deported from Turkey on the grounds that he was previously banned from entering the country. The German government should perhaps upgrade its travel tips on Turkey: “Do not make public political statements against the Turkish state. If you are a journalist, do not go to Turkey.”
Although the German Foreign Ministry’s new advice was a smart move, it may fall short of preventing future diplomatic crises between Ankara and Berlin. It would do no harm if further pieces of advice were added to the tips page: “Do not drink alcohol like infidels while on a visit to Muslim Turkey. It would be better for your own security if you fasted or at least pretend to fast during Ramadan. You will have more fun and a better time while sunbathing on the Turkish Mediterranean coast if your wives wear the Islamic headscarf, remain in their hotel rooms and avoid swimming in public. T-shirts with script in praise of Hitler will further safeguard your well-being and may even build memorable friendships between yourself and the locals.”
Dr. Andrew Bostom has an excellent piece that I often refer to when talking about Turkey and its re-Islamization. This process started the day Kemal Ataturk started to feel ill. Uriel Heyd In 1968:
“Until a few years ago many foreign observers, including, I admit, myself, were inclined to think that this development [Turkey’s re-Islamization] was no more than a renewed expression of sentiments which for a long time could not be freely manifested and that the overall process of secularization was going on very slowly but irresistibly. Today I doubt whether this view is still tenable.”
Secularism must not feature in the new constitution, Parliament Speaker İsmail Kahraman said on April 25, stressing that “as a Muslim country” Turkey’s constitution should be religious.
“A description of secularism shouldn’t be in the new constitution. France, Ireland and Turkey have constitutions that include a description of secularism. But everyone interprets it the way they want to. That shouldn’t be the case,” he added, suggesting that the charter should “cohere with society.”
Kahraman referred to the constitutions penned in 1961 and 1982, claiming they are “religious constitutions” despite the fact that the word “Allah” does not come up in either of the texts.
“Both the 1961 and 1982 constitutions are religious. Religion classes are obligatory and this is based on faith,” he said.
Kahraman’s comments have been slammed by the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP), with party head Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu questioning the ruling Justice and Development Party’s (AKP) priorities.
More here. H/T: EBK
The Turks are laughing all the way to the casbah…….
Nearly 150 migrants arrive in Greece per day
Turkey was handed the EU cash as part of a deal meant to stem the number of migrants.
Migrants arrive daily in Greece from Turkey, which is also sheltering about 2.5million refugees from neighbouring Syria, hoping to reach richer countries like Germany and Britain.
The multi-billion pound pact which came into force almost three weeks ago, aims to help end the chaotic arrival of migrants on the Greek islands.
But despite the number of arrivals initially slowing, boats carrying around 150 migrants a day have been making the journey to Greece.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) said the “hermetic sealing” of the route appeared to be over as German Chancellor Angela Merkel flies to Turkey for crisis talks.
Mrs Merkel will pay a one-day visit with European Council President Donald Tusk to Gaziantep near the Syrian border on Saturday.
The two leaders are expected to go to a refugee camp for Syrians and meet Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu.
Because there is never real freedom of belief and thought in Muslim states…….
The Turkish government has seized six Christian churches
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has taken control of six churches in the war-torn southeastern city of Diyarbakir in his latest move to squash freedom of speech and religious movement.
The state-sanctioned seizure is just the latest in a number of worrying developments to come out of increasingly hardline Turkey, which is in advanced talks with the EU over visa-free travel for its 80 million citizens.
Included in the seizures are Catholic, Protestant and Orthodox churches, one of which is over 1,700 years old.
They have now effectively become state property – meaning they are run by the government – in a country with a dire human rights record where about 98 percent of the population is Muslim.
The order to seize the churches was made on March 25 by Erdogan’s council of ministers, according to the website World Watch Monitor.
They claim it was made on the grounds that authorities intend to rebuild and restore the historical centre of the city, which has been partially destroyed by 10 months of urban conflict between government forces and militants from the Kurdish Workers’ Party (PKK).
But it felt good seeing it in print nonetheless…..
Russian President Vladimir Putin has issued a stark warning to the government of Turkey, saying that if they do not leave Syria alone he will restore Istanbul to Christendom.
Addressing a delegation of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church Putin began by reiterating that nothing can severe the alliance Russia has with Ukraine, despite efforts by the ruling junta in Kiev.
“Rising neo-Fascism in Ukraine is like the infectious Gangrene which can spread across the European continent , and we, the people of the Russian Federation and descendents of the Soviet Union , we are determined to stop this plague,” Putin told the crowd.
More here. H/T: ChanahS.
This is called a legislative tyranny, democratic despotism…..no regard for the voter, complete contempt for the civil society that it’s continually at war with…..
German Chancellor Schmerkel’s acceptance of a law being used to punish a satirist who made fun of the Turkish authoritarian is yet another example of the elites’ lurch to french kissing the Turks.
Former Shadow Home Secretary David Davis is horrified at the move
Not a single voter from the EU’s 28 member states – which have a total population of 508 million – has yet to vote in favour of Turkish membership.
But MEPs voted 375 – 133 to back the initiative by President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades, who asked the Dutch EU Presidency to add Turkish to the bloc’s 24 official languages in order to boost attempts to reach a reunification agreement on the Mediterranean island.
The move, expected to add £25m to the EU’s annual budget, has infuriated critics who last night said it was further proof that Turkey’s accession to the EU was “all but guaranteed”.
They said that, although the European Commission would have to ratify the decision, earlier indicators were that dual pressures of Cyprus and Turkish accession would ensure it would be approved.
NOTE: The move to accept the Turks into the union is all but apparent…
Maybe this is why Turkey is making overtures towards Israel, since the latter has lots of experience in dealing with the terrorism by Turkey’s co-religionists.
Remember Erdogan’s “peace activists” hard at work on the Mavi Marmara.
Istanbul (AFP) – Three people were wounded on Saturday when a percussion bomb exploded near a bus stop in Istanbul, the Dogan news agency reported.
The blast went off in the busy district of Mecidiyekoy in the European side of the city. The three wounded were hospitalised but were only lightly injured, the report said.
Police threw a security cordon around the area and a helicopter hovered above the scene, it said. There was no indication over who could be behind the blast.
the 2nd vid of above tweet pic.twitter.com/T2HKqx3ndh
— 私は小さなクルド人です (@JPY_Kurdish) April 1, 2016
Erdogan’s thugs attack journalists in Washington DC outside his hotel. pic.twitter.com/5LNAPrKWLe
— Mahir Zeynalov (@MahirZeynalov) March 29, 2016
Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s security detail assaulted reporters and protesters outside a venue in Washington, D.C., at which the Turkish president was speaking.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s security detail manhandled reporters and protesters at an event at which the Turkish president was speaking.
Turkish media and the president’s critics are by now used to such incidents, but they probably didn’t expect them to happen in Washington, D.C., where Erdogan was speaking at the Brookings Institution.
A large explosion has gone off near a bus station in the southern Turkish city of Diyarbakir, with ambulances on the scene and reports of “many casualties” in Turkish media.
According to Reuters, 14 people, including police and civilians, were wounded in a car bomb attack on a minibus carrying police special forces, a security source said.
Diyarbakir is the largest city in Turkey’s mainly Kurdish southeast and has been hit by waves of violence in fighting between the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) and the government.
Because murdering Jews is always first on the minds of those following Islam 101 (basic, fundamental Islam) who take seriously the Jew hatred littered throughout the koran, hadiths and sunnah of Mohamed.
Isis has advanced plans to carry out a terror attack heavily targeting Jewish children in Turkey, according to intelligence officials.
Sky News reports that six operatives from the terror group, arrested in the Turkish city of Gaziantep last week, revealed information about an “imminent” attack.
Istanbul’s synagogue in Beyoglu is understood to be the most probable target of the allegedly impending attacks, which has a community centre and school attached to it.
Kindergartens, schools and youth centres for Jewish children are at the centre of the plans, according to reports.
An intelligence source told Sky News, “This is a more than credible threat. This is an active plot,” adding the information gathered from the operatives indicated an imminent attack that could be “in the next 24 hours or next few days”.
More than likely he’s making the Turkish neo-fascist sign of the wolf:
Scratch a Turkish fascist and out pops a muslim 101’er, so it’s only nuance we’re talking here.
— RT (@RT_com) March 15, 2016
H/T: Andy Bostom
Scenes from turkey pic.twitter.com/FnjOskCF0p
— Tommy Robinson (@TRobinsonNewEra) March 19, 2016
A suicide bomb attack at a major tourist shopping area in the Turkish city of Istanbul has killed at least four people, officials say.
Up to 20 were injured, some seriously, reports say.
The area – Istiklal Street – is reportedly crowded at weekends.
Last Sunday, an attack in the capital, Ankara, killed 37 people. A Kurdish militant group claimed that attack, saying it was in revenge for Turkish military operations against Kurds.
Last month, a bomb attack on a military convoy in Ankara killed 28 people and wounded dozens more.
The Turks already had been giving a wink and a nod to these same criminal gangs, now they’re the heroes in ending their relationship with them?
Not only do they get 6 billion Euros for a crisis they created, they now get to fastrack themselves to negotiations on entrance into the EU.
They also get to send one for one ”refugees” to Europe, for everyone we kick out, they replace with another Turkish ”vetted” one. The revolving door continues as well as the Turks knowing that they can pull the same scam all over again when opportunity knocks.
EU leaders meeting in Brussels Friday were able to close a deal with Turkey to stem the mass migration of people into Europe. Prime Minister Juha Sipila said the agreement will help put an end to people smuggling, but that implementing the accord would be a major task.
The need to get the hell out of the European Union couldn’t be any more clear, stay in and be inundated by Islam, get out, and have a fighting chance for survival.
Turkey was accused of blackmailing Europe over the migrant crisis as EU leaders met to thrash out a deal to stop refugees reaching Greece (second to left, David Cameron with Angela Merkel)
By JAY AKBAR FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 20:50 GMT, 17 March 2016 | UPDATED: 04:34 GMT, 18 March 2016
European Union leaders have agreed a plan to send tens of thousands of migrants back to Turkey and they will now put the measures to Turkish prime minister Ahmet Davutoglu.
The 28 EU leaders gathered in Brussels were assured the draft deal which they thrashed out overnight would not result in mass deportations.
Desperate to ease the pressure placed on European borders by more than a million migrant arrivals, the EU has turned to Turkey to help stem the flow of refugees into overburdened Greece.
The plan is to outsource Europe’s biggest refugee emergency in decades to Turkey, despite concerns over its asylum system and human rights abuses.
Twenty eight European leaders met to forge a plan before they met Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu tomorrow
The EU would pay to send new migrants arriving in Greece – who do not qualify for asylum – back to Turkey. And for every migrant returned, the EU will accept one Syrian refugee, for a total of up to 72,000.
Is this what we want to let into Europe?
At least 37 people have died after a car bomb exploded in the Turkish capital Ankara, less than a month after a suicide car bomber killed dozens of military personnel and civilians in the city.
Mehmet Muezzinoglu, the health minister, said a further 71 people were still being treated in hospital, with 15 in a serious condition. At least one or two of the dead were attackers, he said. The Ankara governor’s office also confirmed that the explosion was caused by a car bomb.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan vowed to defeat terrorists who have staged a series of attacks on Turkey in the past 18 months.
We can’t trust these unelected EU hacks (and the enterprise at large) with our self interests, they’ll stab us in the back every single time……
How about forcing the poobah to go with hand in hat throughout the wealthy Gulf Arab states and gets his funding from there, while we forcibly place these people onto boats and drop them off on their shores. How about that?
EU leaders are preparing to offer Turkey (pictured, its president Recep Tayyip Erdogan) the deal in return for it taking back all migrants landing in Greece but critics have condemned the plan.
By JOHN STEVENS BRUSSELS CORRESPONDENT FOR THE DAILY MAIL
PUBLISHED: 01:59 GMT, 11 March 2016 | UPDATED: 12:54 GMT, 11 March 2016
Turkey is being handed the ‘keys to the gates of Europe’ through the deal with Brussels to tackle the migrant crisis, it was warned last night.
EU leaders are preparing to hand £4.7billion to Turkey and let its 77million citizens come to continental Europe without needing visas, in return for it taking back all migrants landing in Greece.
But opposition is growing to the plan with concerns that the Muslim nation’s human rights record and treatment of refugees could make the plan illegal under European and international law.
Austria’s interior minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner yesterday said she was ‘extremely critical’ of the deal with Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan.