Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Erdogan continues with his nazification of Turkey

The Turkish admirer of Adolf Hitler continues with his rampage towards a fully totalitarian "neo-Ottoman" state in which he is to be the sole Sultan and dogmatic extremist versions of Islam would become the only law. Maybe like Iznogoud he wants to be Caliph, not instead of the Caliph (because the only self-appointed Caliphate, Erdogan's terrorist puppet, is collapsing as I write) but to occupy a long vacant throne. 

I was to put a link to Iznogoud's famously comical sentence, "I want to be Caliph instead of the Caliph", but I just realized that the English version was censored and the word Caliph replaced with that of Sultan, how lame! I guess that you can listen to this cool and provocative song in Spanish by Def Con Dos, which uses the sentence once and again. Anglosaxon cultural repression: lame, lame, lame!

Anyhow, let's focus: Erdogan has recently persecuted "pro-Kurdish" media, fired not less than 10.000 public officers (again) and even imprisoned journalists of the very popular Cumhurriyet newspaper, almost the only one that opposes him today and the oldest of the republic.

How many steps left until he becomes the Turkish Hitler in full? How much time?

It is just another reason to leave NATO, but a very good one: Erdogan sucks and we don't want to have anything to do with him, rather the opposite.


  1. Erdogan just went full fascist!

    Tonight Turkish police just arrested all MPs of Turkey's 3rd largest Party, Left Kurdish Party HDP.

    HDP was elected with 11% of the vote in last election. Sultan Erdogan is intentionally blocking all channels of peaceful political participation of Kurds. This is designed to provoke an all out war with PKK, which Erdogan is counting on to shore up his Turkish fascists support base. Dark times ahead for North Kurdistan and Kurds living in Turkey

    1. Just wrote this: http://forwhatwearetheywillbe.blogspot.com/2016/11/erdogan-arrests-mps-in-new-phase-of-his.html

      Let me know if there's something I'm missing.

  2. Yes, I read that a few minutes ago. Honestly, not unexpected for me (the trajectory of the dictator, particularly since the coup, has been to repress everyone and "pro-Kurdish", i.e. pro-democracy and ethnic plurality, forces could not be any exception).

    I read that he also closed all "social media".


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