Turkey’s president : ‘Nazism is alive in the West’

Turkey said it does nott want the Netherlands ambassador to return “for some time” as relations quickly deteriorated between the NATO allies after the Dutch government barred Turkey’s foreign minister from flying to the country. In response to the Netherlands’ withdrawing landing permission, Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused the Dutch government of acting like “fascists” and “Nazi remnants”. Turkish authorities blocked the Dutch embassy and consulate as the dispute between the two countries over Turkey’s political campaigning in Europe intensified. Turkey also closed off the residences of the Dutch ambassador, charge d’affaires, and consul general.

Turkey mourns after Istanbul terror attack

Carnations lie on the ground near the scene of the Dec. 31 shooting attack in Istanbul, as family and friends began attending funerals for its victims. Turkey’s state-run news agency says police have detained eight people in connection with the incident. The gunman, who escaped after carrying out the attack, wasn’t among the eight. The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the violence, which killed 39 people, most of them foreigners.

Russian ambassador shot dead in Turkey

Russia’s ambassador to Turkey was shot dead in front of a crowd at a posh art gallery in the capital Ankara as the angry gunmen screamed “don’t forget Aleppo”. Police later killed the assailant on Monday night, Turkish station NTV reported.
The assailant was a 22-year-old off-duty police officer who worked in Turkey’s capital, said Ankara’s Mayor Melih Gokcek. After the initial shot, the attacker approached Karlov as he lay on the ground and shot him at least one more time at close range, according to an AP photographer at the scene. He also smashed several of the framed photos on exhibition, but later let the stunned guests out of the venue, according to local media. The spectacle of Karlov’s assassination by a member of the Turkish security forces at a photography exhibit meant to highlight Russian culture reinforced the sense of unease over the region’s conflict and complex web of alliances and relationships.
Several media outlets reported a gunfight later ensued after Karlov was shot. Local broadcaster NTV television said at least three people were wounded and were taken to the hospital. Mayor Gokcek told reporters outside the exhibition centre the “heinous” attack was aimed at disrupting newly re-established relations between Turkey and Russia. Presidents Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke by phone about Monday’s attack. “On behalf of my country and my people I once again extend my condolences to Russian President Vladimir Putin and the friendly Russian people,” said Erdogan.
‘Don’t forget Aleppo’
The assailant referenced the situation in Aleppo after he shot the ambassador in the back. “Don’t forget Aleppo, don’t forget Syria,” the attacker said in Turkish after gunning down the ambassador, as seen on a video shared by Turkish media from the scene. “Whoever took part in this cruelty will pay the price, one by one… Only death will take me from here,” the man said while holding a pistol. He then continued in Arabic, saying: “We are the descendants of those who supported the Prophet Muhammad, for jihad.” Diego Cupolo, a photojournalist in Ankara, told Al Jazeera there were about 100 armed soldiers in camouflage and police officers at the scene, along with armoured fighting vehicles.

Erdogan Supporters Hold Rallies, Calling For Punishment Of Coup Plotters

Istanbul, Turkey : Turkish football supporters take part in a rally against the military coup in Taksim Square

Rajab Tayib Ardogan becoming Turkey’s prime minister, the longest period for a politician to occupy this post in Turkey’s history,

These days mark the 10th anniversary of Rajab Tayib Ardogan becoming Turkey’s prime minister, the longest period for a politician to occupy this post in Turkey’s history, and many recognize the central role of Ardoğan’s reformist stance in the country’s civilianization and democratization.

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Bloodshed in Syria

Saturday 20 October 2012
Last Update 19 October 2012 1:59 am
In his recent speech Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan rightly said that due to the silence of the international community, Balkan-like tragedy is developing in Syria and the whole region might be affected from the worsening situation in the country.
In the Balkan conflict involving Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia, thousands of people lost their lives before the United Nations and the world community realized the gravity of the situation. Now in Syria too, the UN has been excruciatingly slow in chalking out any concrete plan to avoid the bloodshed and loss of thousands of innocent lives.
Neighboring countries are also bearing the brunt of what is happening in Syria. Tension is mounting between Turkey and Syria after killing of six Turkish nationals when a mortar hit their house allegedly fired by the Syrian forces. Turkey has already deployed its fighter jets and heavy weapons to its border with Syria.
Turkey’s Parliament has also passed a resolution granting permission to its forces to retaliate if there is an aggression or provocation from the other side. Turkey is already hosting 80,000 Syrian refugees on humanitarian grounds. Lebanon is also paying a high price and many of its nationals lost their lives in clashes between supporters and opponents of Bashar Assad.
Jordan is also hosting thousands of Syrian refugees. Brutal killings in Houla by the regime forces and humanitarian crises in Homs, Hama and other cities should have been enough for the world community to act before it’s too late. — Khawaja Umer Farooq, Jeddah

Lets rephrase this so its a little closer to the truth.
Balkan’s The US government (military planers) sore an opportunity to expand in to eastern Europe. Convincing Nato to break its terms of reference (It was a defence force before this which the US convinced to become an invasion force) The US used all of its stored conventional munitions (it got to the stage of converting nuclear bombs to conventional) on killing anything that moved and then installed puppet Pro US governments throughout the region.
Turkey: The US has been training and organising the funding of terrorists in turkey who then enter Syria to over-through the Syrian government. It has been doing this for over 2 years alongside the propaganda campaign.
This is the softening up stage.
The US now has main battle tanks on the Jordan boarder waiting for the opportunity to sweep in and continue the slaughter that they have been specialising in for years.(will your country be next once they have finished?)
The Turkish government gave its approval. (not the population)
Democracy? The theory is great……..Unfortunately has also been stolen by the US government. In Africa, Near East, and Europe the US government funds fake Democracy organisations. 
Then you have the old bitter woman Hillary Clinton who sold her sole to the hard core pro Israeli lobby in the US for her political position. Always looking for the fast buck for the US and quite happy to see slaughtered anyone who gets in her way.
Then Lets look at Somalia….Over a million people displaced and yet you make no comment. Prison camps(slave/torture?) set up in Puntuland (northern Somalia) More in Kenya
The invasion was organised by the UK and US mostly letting others do the bloody work of slaughtering anyone who opposes them. another Puppet government put in place and still paid for by the UK (and US?).(Or organised for others to fund eg EU aid funds for surrounding countries)
The money the US has spent in slaughtering people across the Middle east in the last 11 years could have created mixed forest and farm land that could have completely covered the Sahara desert

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