March 12, 2020
Erdogan is alpha and chad.
Releasing a horde of military-aged Islamic males to rush Europe – openly doing it as an act of war in response to Europe and America refusing to do his bidding in Syria – and then claiming that any attempt to prevent the horde from entering the country is “Nazism” is the number one alpha move I’ve seen so far.
Turkey’s foreign minister has doubled down on Ankara’s claim that Greece is using Nazi-like tactics against migrants, tweeting a widely-cited NY Times article at his Greek counterpart. Athens insists the article is untrue.
Mevlut Cavusoglu appeared to be unmoved by Athens’ condemnation of remarks made by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who compared Greece’s treatment of migrants to atrocities carried out by Nazi Germany.
The senior Turkish diplomat tweeted at Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias in which he included a New York Times article alleging that Greece abuses migrants. “Have you seen this?” Cavusoglu wrote.
— Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu (@MevlutCavusoglu) March 11, 2020
Dendias had earlier shared a statement describing Erdogan’s comments as “sad” and “unfortunate.” Cavusoglu’s message included a link to a New York Times article which alleged that Greece operated “black sites” where migrants faced abused and humiliation.
According to the paper, migrants trying to enter Greece have been captured, stripped of their belongings, beaten and returned to Turkey without due process.
The Greek government has denied the article’s accusations, and said that efforts to paint their treatment of migrants massing on the border as inhumane is nothing more than “spreading of fake news.”
The majority of brown people in brown countries can’t even grasp the concept of political correctness because it is such a fundamentally white form of psychosis. But Erdogan grasps it. And he is using it as a weapon, just as he is using an army of illiterate Pakistanis and Afghanis seeking welfare in Europe as a weapon.
He’s an incredibly competent leader. Probably the most competent person on the entire world stage. He always impresses me.