March 20, 2019
Erdogan has been going out and stumping for global jihad ever since the prank at Christchurch.
Clearly, he has read Tarrant’s manifesto and wants in on the global RaHoWa that Tarrant was planning on starting.
He plans to do it by threatening to kill more Australians and New Zealanders.
Since the weekend, the Turkish president showed supporters blurred footage of the massacre, which was livestreamed by the attacker, along with parts of the manifesto he had published before going on a gun rampage. Erdogan said the terrorist attack in Christchurch was motivated by hatred of Islam, which, he implied, parts of the Western establishment condone or secretly endorse. Turkey, a Muslim country, is in the crosshairs of this hatred, he warned.
“They are testing us from 16,500km away, from New Zealand, with the messages they are giving from there. This isn’t an individual act, this is organized,” he said, without elaborating.
Erdogan also said that people who want Turkey conquered and turned into a Christian nation like it was during the times of Byzantium – which was one of the goals stated by the Christchurch shooter in his manifesto – won’t get what they want.
“We have been here for 1,000 years and will be here until the apocalypse, God willing,” Erdogan told a rally on Monday.
“Your grandparents came here… and they returned in caskets,“ he added, referring to the ill-fated 1915 Gallipoli campaign, in which British-led Entente forces, which included soldiers from Australia and New Zealand, were defeated by the Turks. The two nations lost over 10,000 lives in the campaign, which are commemorated each year on April 25, ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) Day.
A leader of a state mocking the dead soldiers of another nation. Only Moslems get away with that sort of thing anymore.
Erdogan’s remarks and the use of the shooting video, which social media have been fighting hard to suppress, was criticized by both Australian and New Zealand officials. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Wednesday said he found the Turkish president’s words “highly offensive to Australians and highly reckless in this very sensitive environment.”
Eat shit, Prime Minister. Mealy-mouthed pleas for “decency” and Soy Talk won’t work.
We’re in full global jihad mode here.
Get with the program.
Morrison summoned the Turkish ambassador for explanations and said later that he didn’t accept the “excuses” he was offered during the conversation.
That’s more like it.
It’s obvious that there are several factions vying for moral authority over the Moslem world. Erdogan and Turkey are actually new players on this scene. Back on the scene, after they had that thing in WWI.
Now they’re competing with Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Iran for legitimacy over the Moslem world. That means funding Jihadi groups, spreading their own brand of Islam and signaling their outrage on the world stage. Erdogan’s rhetoric is clearly designed to inflame and encourage T*rks to start taking revenge against Crusaders in Europe.
So by my reckoning, this means that Player 2 has definitely now entered the game.