Tag: Terrorism

  • PARIS IS SEETHING, TURKEY IS STINKING

    You, the Turkish people, have so diligently supported your terrorist government. What didn’t you understand? What clouded your minds? Islam? Please be serious. What clouded your minds was money. Bribes. Jobs. Big construction contracts. Unnecessary bridges. Irrelevant airports. Polluting power plants. Coal in bags. You were cheated there, too. Coal and stones. Can you tell coal from stone? Shit from shoe polish?

  • AND SO PASSES A WOMAN’S LIFE IN TURKEY

    Note the eyes. They would tell exactly what they saw, wouldn’t they?

  • WHAT IS TO BE DONE?

    A presidential election, the first of its kind, is soon coming to Turkey. There are three candidates. One is the prime minister, about whom the less said the better. Another is Selahattin Demirtaş, the Kurdish parliamentary representative, affiliated with the PKK, a separatist, armed terrorist organization. The third is a life-long, Islamist now tricked out as a secularist. He, Ekmelledin İhsanoğlu, characterized himself politically as a loaf of bread.

  • UNITED WE WEEP, DIVIDED WE SLEEP

    So who will care? Care enough to act, to really act? To stand up and say that this is enough. That the people will no longer be governed by a corrupt political process. Nor by numbskull, repetitive political opposition parties nor by America’s CIA gangsters? Is that too much to ask?

  • Should Europe fear Islamic extremists?

    Should Europe fear Islamic extremists? With EYP – the European Youth Parliament Masha from France: I’d like to know if Muslim extremism is a real issue in Europe. Michaël Privot, Director of the European Network Against Racism, responds: Reports from Europol on terrorism threats since 2006 show that, out of roughly 2,150 attacks in Europe, […]

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