17 July 2016

A Dark Day for Turkey

Yesterday's coup attempt in Turkey failed. 200-300 people were killed and several thousand injured. The military attempted to seize control from president Erdoğan because he is an Islamist shill for the US and NATO and Turkey was founded on secularism. The Turkish military is good, relatively speaking, but the government is corrupt and evil.

Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the closest thing the Turks have to a hero of the First World War, and the father of modern day Turkey, dissolved the Ottoman Empire and the Ottoman Caliphate in 1923. He was a committed secularist, believing that while religion was essential for the individual, it had no place interfering in the business of the state. For the past century the Turkish military has been the bulwark of Atatürk's vision, and they have used their power to check the government on four previous occasions, in 1960, 1971, 1980, and 1996.

Erdoğan, on the other hand, is a committed Islamist and an Ottomanist. He stands for everything the military and Atatürk opposed.

Erdoğan took power under dubious circumstances. There were convenient blackouts during the election, and vans were discovered filled with pre-filled ballots. During his tenure he has sought to usurp power from the military for himself and has launched airstrikes against Kurdish fighters who oppose ISIS and ordered Russian jets flying over Syrian airspace to be shot down under false pretext. There are rumors that he and his ilk have also been directly funding ISIS and have been stoking the flames of the Syrian civil war.

Due to Erdoğan's military policy and his escalating attempts at the Islamization of the government, the military tried to oust him from power. They have failed.

Ralph Peters comments:

So who is the man our own president rushed to support because he was “democratically elected?” Recep Tayyip Erdogan is openly Islamist and affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood, which President Obama appears to believe represents the best hope for the Middle East. But the difference between ISIS, Al Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood isn’t one of purpose, but merely of manners:  Muslim Brothers wash the blood off their hands before they sit down to dinner with their dupes.

With barely a murmured “Tut-tut!” from Western leaders, Erdogan has dismantled Turkey’s secular constitution (which the military is duty-bound to protect).  His “democracy” resembles Putin’s, not ours.  Key opposition figures have been driven into exile or banned.  Opposition parties have been suppressed.  Recent elections have not been held so much as staged.  And Erdogan has torn the fresh scab from the Kurdish wound, fostering civil war in Turkey’s southeast for his own political advantage.

Erdogan has packed Turkey’s courts with Islamists.  He appointed pliant, pro-Islamist generals and admirals, while staging show trials of those of whom he wished to rid the country.  He has de facto, if not yet de jure, curtailed women’s freedoms.  He dissolved the wall between mosque and state (Friday night, he used mosques’ loudspeakers to call his supporters into the streets).  Not least, he had long allowed foreign fighters to transit Turkey to join ISIS and has aggressively backed other extremists whom he believed he could manage.

What we are witnessing, since 2010, is the decapitation of secular leaders in the Islamic world and the empowerment of the worst monsters on the planet. And the US is behind it all, or is at the very least complicit and is aiding this sea change in the balance of power in the world through the use of military action. Egypt got lucky. The Egyptian military ousted the Muslim Brotherhood. But Libya, Iraq, Yemen, and likely Syria have fallen. Turkey looks like it is close to toppling as well.

And why do militant atheists who run the New World Order throw their support behind fanatical Islamists? Because they share a common enemy. The atheists want to eliminate the one power in the world that can defeat them: Christianity. But they can't do it alone. Generations of propaganda and brainwashing in the public schools have greatly weakened the Christian West, but the atheists cannot openly bloody their hands to deal the death blow. They must import millions of Muslim rapefugees to act as their shock troops. This mercenary army of mostly adult male supposed refugees then acts out of its own natural inclination to destroy that which it despises the most: the narcissism, hedonism, and meaninglessness that is what the West has degenerated into. The NWO do not need to command the thousands of radical Muslims who are being shipped in along with the millions of unvetted migrants, there doesn't need to be any established chain of command, the NWO just needs to invite the starving lion into the arena and let it do what it does naturally.

We in the West have one chance left to prevent our own enslavement and the destruction of the brightest light humanity has ever seen. If we don't elect Donald Trump in November then the destruction of the West will be complete. It's a gamble, to be sure. Trump might be assassinated, or overpowered by a criminal Congress, or a criminal Supreme Court, or he might just turn feckless upon taking office. But he's the one and only chance we have left. However big a gamble, he's our only hope, and we have to elect him this November.