Turkish Foreign Minister: EU Falling Apart, "The Future Of Europe Will Not Be Pleasant"

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The diplomatic scandal between Turkey and the Netherlands continued for a fourth day on Tuesday, just hours ahead of the Dutch general election on Wednesday, when Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan once again accused the Netherlands of state terrorism and having a “rotten” character as the diplomatic spat between the two countries deepens, adding he would mobilize the Islamic world to fight xenophobia, racism and Islamophobia.

Speaking at a medical conference in Ankara on Tuesday, Erdogan accused the Netherlands of being responsible for the 1995 Srebrenica massacre during the Bosnian War. Dutch peacekeepers have been accused of standing down and letting Bosnian Serb forces kill up to 8,000 Bosnian Muslims in the city considered a UN “safe area.”

"We know the Netherlands and the Dutch from the Srebrenica massacre,” Erdogan told his audience. “We know how rotten their character is from their massacre of 8,000 Bosnians there. Nobody should try to give us lessons on morality, especially not those who have blood on their hands."

“The Netherlands, with its display of state terrorism, has caused huge damage to Europe and the EU,” Erdogan said on Tuesday as cited by the Hurriyet. “Now, for those who want to cooperate with the EU, it has ceased to be a symbol of human rights and freedom. Europe is too important to be left at the mercy of rogue states.”

But it was the statement by Erdogan's foreign minister Melvut Cavusoglu that was more notable than the, by now repetitive Erdogan, because what Cavusoglu said was far more accurate than Erdogan's deranged accusations of fascism this, and naxism that..

The Turkish Foreign Minister accused the European Union of resorting to double standards in relations with Turkey. "Do you know why? It is due to fear… The European Union is falling apart," the foreign minister said, as quoted by the Anadolu news agency.

Cavusoglu pointed out that the European countries were united around certain values, which were now "disappearing one-by-one" and added that "the future of Europe will not be pleasant at all."

For those who may have missed the events over the past few days, Turkish-EU relations have collapsed in recent days amid the Netherlands' refusal to let Turkish officials organize demonstrations supporting the constitutional amendments that will be subject to the referendum scheduled for April 16 and, if endorsed, will give more powers to country’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Ankara reacted furiously, promising reciprocal actions and launching sanctions against the Netherlands, while Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan labeled the Dutch authorities' behavior as "Nazism." On Monday, Ankara suspended high-level political contacts with the Netherlands and sent the country a diplomatic note, criticizing the treatment of Cavusoglu. Dutch authorities, in turn, demanded an apology for being compared to Nazis.

The diplomatic fallout has boosted the approval rating of Dutch anti-immigration populist Geert Wilders, although as Bloomberg notes, it is not clear if it will be enough just hours before the Netherlands general election.

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rockstone's picture

Someone should shorten his future.

MagicHandPuppet's picture

Why do these moozies think we care what they say?

Tallest Skil's picture

The future of Europe is RECONQUISTA OF OUR STOLEN LANDS, but this time we won't make the mistake of leaving any upstarts in them to claim that they deserve to have them back.

Our future is so bright they won't need eyes to see it.

gmrpeabody's picture

The future of Europe will not be pleasant.., the future of Turkey even less so...

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junction's picture

"Cavusoglu pointed out that the European countries were united around certain values."

Those certain values are what we call "Western civilization".  The barbarians have already overrun the gates.

Cheka_Mate's picture

The American Turkish Council was created by Richard Perle based on the model of the AIPAC.

That tells you everything you need to know about WHO is controlling the refugee crisis into the EU.

halcyon's picture

Shh.. you are not allowed to point out who is in power.

monk27's picture

He's right. Europe is toast. They did it to themselves...

pitchforksanonymous's picture

LOL. The future isn't gonna be pleasant for ANY of us moron!

vollderlerby's picture

Camelfucker - you have no idea what Europe is, so shut the fuck up

me or you's picture

Europe is a failured experiment. 

RMiller's picture

The EU is. Europe is just a world region.

Tallbert's picture

The EU is an experiment planned to fail from the very first beginning.

gregga777's picture

"Turkish Foreign Minister: EU Falling Apart, "The Futures Of Europe Will Not Be Pleasant"

While true, as the EU collapse accelerates, the future of the Islamic Rapefugees in Europe will be unpleasant in the extreme once ethnic cleansing becomes widespread.

Luc X. Ifer's picture

Thanks to Dracula fabulation now pretty much any European knows how to treat properly a la Vlad The Impaler a muslim ...

me or you's picture

He's very right!

Vullsain's picture

If this is not enough of a push to finally convince the Dutch that Geert Wilders is correct, then they will get what they deserve. Coexistence is impossible, with an Islamic culture that is incapable of reason

.https-::www.lifesitenews.com:blogs:the-world-owes-an-apology-to-pope-benedict-over-his-remarks-on-islam 2

BobEore's picture

If Geert Widers is "correct," in the sense of receiving electoral acclamation of his political platform, then welcome to the "New Europe" - a collection of rump states in thrall to the "New Jerusalem" which his sionist millennialist paymaster seek to create by both taking over NATO and setting the Yurps against both each other and the Anglo-Americans.

Mr Wilders, who spent a substantial part of his early years on Sraeli kibbutzim, sporting the appropriate headgear and spouting the necessary support for that ashkenazi pirate state, is - like his colleagues in France and elswhere, a creation of that sionist project to pull apart Europe, replacing it with the new PAX Sionista.

The double irony of it all is that those many who call the man and his movement "nazi," are both right and wrong - on purpose. Like the sionist-nazi alliance of the 1930s/40s, this new breed of talmudist underlings work in the spirit of cooperation between what are supposed to be dialectical "opposites"

... an opposition 'resolved' in the spirit of Hegelian unity that is the true nature of both "nazism" and "sionism" - racial hegemonism as raison d'etre for looters disguised as states.

Be careful what you wish for! http://aanirfan.blogspot.jp/2016/12/kosher-nostra-populists-trump-le-pen...

 

 

sinbad2's picture

The Dutch have true democracy, proportional representation.

There are 11 political parties in the Netherlands, it's not a 2 horse race like in the US.

It's unlikely that Wilders will get more than 50% of the vote, however if he gets 40%, he will be the most likely to form Government.

 

jcbudmo's picture

Keep it coming Turkey, this is a win win for Europe, not the EU.

1. It may be just be the added push Wilders needs to win the election.

2. It will unite native European citizens against a foreign, Islamic foe; and draw attention to the threat within.

3. Conflict with Turkey, enables Europe to justify blocking all borders with them, militarily. Possible Turk deportations.

4. If necessary, end NATO membership and bomb Turkey into submission as a lesson to states that threaten Europe with migrant blackmail.

Vullsain's picture

I hope you are correct!! Next in Line Le Pen, Viva La France!!

Tallbert's picture

I guess he's right. Erdogan needs the votes of his Turks in Western Europe for his political goals. So he's feeding his supporters with "fake news" about nazism. But there is more. He get's batshit crazy in front of the Dutch elections that might have harsh consequences for the EU. Here we are talking about power and money and the elites would stop Erdogan immediately if their interests being touched. Le Pen's competitors are bad jokes. One is globalist mouthpiece married to a woman that could be his grandma and the other one employed his whole family on taxpayers money. We learned from Wikileaks that the deep state knows everything about us due to our electronic signature. They control us and can predict what we do. No one in control would allow these things to happen unless the destruction of the EU is the planned outcome.

siktir-lan's picture

Excellent points ! especially 3 & 4, kinda make me feel all warm & fuzzy inside.

sinbad2's picture

The US will not allow Europe to dump Turkey. Turkey is a crucial part of the US invasion plan of Russia.

OliverAnd's picture

The US has already dumped Turkey, so you are absolutely wrong.  Kurdistan is being formed as we speak.  Russians are fighting along Kurds in Syria.  Americans are fighting along Kurds in Iraq.  Kurds in Turkey are being armed by the Kurds in Iraq, ie. Americans.  Turks are concentrating on the upcoming elections as planned by Erdogan while he and his family are getting richer.  Please tell me you are not a fool believing that he has become a billionaire from selling lemonade and sesame buns from a mobile stand.  The war for Turkey has been lost in Southern Turkey but Erdogan continues to send troops to die.  In the process his son in law is making money by selling more weapons for this lost cause.  Erdogan is sending the coast guard and navy trying to claim Greek islands in the Aegean.  The irony here is that their bases are located in Bodrum and Ismit which have been named so not more than 100 years; for thousands of years they were known as Alikarnasos and Smyrni.  The occupiers are trying to further occupy more lands.  Istanbul is such for less than 100 years; its name for thousands of years was known as Konstantinople and Byzantium.  Turks are an agglomeration of Islamists in the past that had their eye on Konstantinople and its riches (more than 75% of the world's wealth was concentrated there).  When the Ottoman Empire was formed they bought Christian women and raped them to increase their population.  They left occupiers all over the Balkans only to cause problems in recent years.  All the conflicts in the Middle East, including Palestine-Israel, Iraq, Iran, Kuwait, etc all stem back to the Ottoman Empire. Genocide of Armenians, Jews and Greeks are recent historical facts caused by the Turks.  Invasion of Northern Cyprus in 1974.  Enough with this parasite Turkey.

Jubal Early's picture

You failed to mention Iran/Persia and Greater Israel in your summary.  What about the Kurds in Iran, what about Hezbollah?

Russia is now defender of the Orthodox Church and likely they will not sell out their breathren in the Balkans.  That is why thinks are heating up in Kosovo, Macedonia and Bosnia and that is why Nato wants to hoover up these countries before they spin out of orbit.

William Dorritt's picture

The West has fed the Orthodox Christians to the Muslims for a very long time, and they are attempting to do it again.

bitterwolf's picture

..another will rise up in Europa ...history DICTATES one always does.......than things will look VERY different there....

Luc X. Ifer's picture

That joke?! U have one already, his name is Vlad, Vlad Putin. Maybe it is the faith that a 2nd Vlad born in Eastern Europe will save again the rest of the Europe from becoming muslim territory

buckstopshere's picture

And it all started with fictitious WMDs.

nmewn's picture

Or tribes of nomadic tree & rock worshipers, suddenly overcome with piety at the happenstance of a young boy's interaction and obsession with a trading caravan, who then wished to spread the word & rule the world by Allah's sword!

All according to your time of reference, of course ;-)

Smilygladhands's picture

Turkey is Europe's  Mexico 

Killdo's picture

Mexico is much better in every respect

Smilygladhands's picture

And yet still not good enough to make their citizens want to stay there.

BobEore's picture

Pretty apt metaphor,

given that both states were the result of that judeo-masonic frisson of 'revolutionary spirit' which the world was so infected by in the C19th.

And the cultures of both grew of out the weighty presence of that diaspora of 'cryptos' which left the Hispanic homeland for points east & west. Ottoman Anatolia, and New Spain. From which disparate points of the compass they proceeded to plan the attack up the European world. A revenge millennia in the making...

LBJ - scion of a typical Tex-Mex crypto family, co-conspirator in the joint ashkenazi-MIC assassination of JFK,

Jaimie Dimon - scion of a Symrna(Izmir)family of crypto bankers, heir to the tradition of Frankist covert blending by which the perps become "one" with their victims - setting them up for the chopping block as in now coming to pass with the successful "GOLDMANIZATION" of the fallen republic November last.

Hidden histories - the only antidote to western suicide.

tuetenueggel's picture

Turkey is the furuncle at Europ´s ass.

siktir-lan's picture

Hey Melvut Cavusoglu, Go and fuck your donkey & stay away from Europe.
The only way the Europeans can wright their wrongs is to throw out every single Turk & Arab back to where the hell they came from.

nmewn's picture

This won't affect the 16hr work week, Faaarrreee! "healthcare", transport, housing, food, clothing or admission to museums of fine art gathered up from empiring all around the world in any way...will it?

Why, that will never do!

Exceptional ;-)

spanish inquisition's picture

I stated something similar earlier. Both Soros and Turkey are using immigration for opposite purposes. The flaw in Soros plan to destroy nationalism and increase the control of Brussels is not taking into account the rate of flow and quality of said immigrants. Turkey realizes that increased flow of poor quality immigrants greater than the amount able to be absorbed Will increase nationalism in the eu.
. Of course I am on my third Russian imperial stout and this may be a Putin plot.

root superuser's picture

Soros knows this is flaming nationalism, Erdogan is almost certainly in on it too. All of this is a charade for retarded masses.

JuliaS's picture

Sure he's right, but you won't hear about Turkey murdering close to half a million Kurds since the 1st Gulf War and still ongoing. Double standards he says? How about taking a 2 billion Euro bribe on the sole premise that Turkey would contain refugees and then threatening to flood Europe with them anyway?

Hypocrites both sides of the fence.

Sandmann's picture

Turkey murdered more Armenians by marching them into the desert in Northern Syria

aloha_snakbar's picture
The Futures Of Europe Will Not Be Pleasant"


Seems like they have already arrived at *unpleasant*....

shovelhead's picture

I'd say they're well into intolerable.

Catahoula's picture

Edogan is a madman. Would love to see him open the floodgates and force the action. Muslims vs whatever they call themselves over there

Cracker Pipes's picture

Many euww males don't seem to realize that Female Genital Mutilation(FGM) will be part of their personal future if they dont wake up... 

shovelhead's picture

I hope some of that includes trimming down some of those floppy meat curtains.

Some of those things look like elephant ears without a head between em.