Erdogan Chief Advisor Threatens To "Break The Legs" Of Greece's PM

Yigit Bulut, chief advisor to Turkish President Erdogan, has threatened Greece over the disputed islet of Imia in the Eastern Aegean Sea.

“Athens will face the wrath of Turkey worse than that in Afrin,” Bulut said in a Television show of a private network.

“We will break the arms and legs of officials, of the Prime Minister and any Minister, who dares to step on the Kardak/Imia islet in the Aegean,” he claimed.


Yes, the video is in Turkish but who cares to translate full 40 seconds of a delirium talk?

As KeepTalkingGreece reports, Bultu’s threats come just a couple of days after Defense Minister Panos Kammenos sailed to Imia and threw a wreath into the sea to honor the three fallen soldiers during the Imia conflict in 1996.


Ankara does not miss a chance to challenge Greece’s sovereignty in the islets and islands of the Aegean Sea, escalate tension around Imia, and risk an ugly incident that could bring the two neighboring countries at the verge of an armed conflict as two decades ago.


Déjà view beemasters Fri, 02/02/2018 - 05:08 Permalink

The population exchange between Turkey and Greece, agreed in the Swiss lakeside town of Lausanne in January 1923, amounted to one of the greatest population movements of the 20th century. The agreement came as the two states sought to fix their borders after the Turkish War of Independence, and resulted in the obligatory removal of around 1.5 million Greeks from Anatolia and around 500,000 Muslims from Greece. With a few geographical exceptions, anyone who lived in the “wrong” place would be deported from their ancestral homeland across the Aegean to start a new life in the “right” country.…

Before passports and Balfour Declaration seemed things were more harmonious...

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MEFOBILLS Benjamin123 Fri, 02/02/2018 - 10:55 Permalink

Treaty of Westphalia codified the idea that nations consist of borders, language, culture, and yes race.

Yitzak Rabin's view of Israel was that it should remain 80% Jewish.  If is legitimate for Israel to remain Jewish, it is also legitimate for nations to maintain their ethnic, social, and cultural makeup.

That there are strong racial differences implies that people groups were ISOLATED for long periods of time.  Even an infant can tell the difference between a sub-Saharan African and a Swede.

Many people that came to Ellis Island were propelled to get away from war, or compelled for economic betterment.

Vast majority of immigrants to U.S. were and are economic migrants. 

Our Jewish friends were never farmers, always were drawn to being merchants, money counters, distillation, or any profession other than farming. 

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Benjamin123 MEFOBILLS Sat, 02/03/2018 - 07:35 Permalink

So fucking what? Before passports anyone could live anywhere. Few people actually moved because few people even ventured 50 miles beyond their birthplace. 

But they started doing so as soon as fast transports became available. Trains, steam ships, etc. Thats how all these Irish and Germans settled in America. Paid a small fortune for a ticket, got off the boat, gave their name to the officer and that was it. There were no green cards, no Visas, no legal concept of "illegal immigrant"

This sort of shit absolutely triggers you, eh? Knowing that the "legal immigrants" you speak so fondly of just walked into America like they owned the place, and broke no laws doing so but only because there were no immigration laws. Like the Mexicans do today, no difference., except that the law changed, not the immigrants. You know its true. The fact that you dislike Mexicans and shitskins doesnt mean they are moving in a different way.

Want to know something? I too, hate the shitskins. Its cool, this is the internet, you can say what you want. Why cant you just say so? Its as if you boomerscum dirtbags are programmed harp on about "oh i dont like illegals but i love legal immigrants duhh" as if anyone gives a shit. Nobody gives a shit about "legal status" and other random pieces of paper. It really irks me how dishonest you are.

"“Very rich German Jews, they always wanted the Russian Jews should be farmers,” Petaluma resident Hymie Golden says in Kenneth Kann’s Comrades and Chicken Ranchers. “They wanted to prove that not all are merchants or bankers like them.” In 1938 Time reported that there were nearly 100,000 Jewish farmers working in the United States"

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ACP beemasters Fri, 02/02/2018 - 05:12 Permalink

It's really funny when islamic caliphates get too impatient.

They have a great strategy going where they slowly subjugate a country over a period of decades, then one dipshit leader (Erdogan) says, "Hey fuck the plan, let's just stroke our egos and take over our neighbors with brute force."

And that's when the Greeks wake up and fuck all you islamists with a telephone pole.

Go ahead Erdogan, sign your own death warrant.


I dearly hope al-Sisi plunges a tempered steel sword through your black heart and kills your entire family, Erdogan. Every man, woman and child you piece of shit.

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Cloud9.5 ACP Fri, 02/02/2018 - 07:00 Permalink

This is an age old cycle repeated throughout history.  The infiltration begins as a trickle.  Then as their numbers grow a religious reformation begins.  Fundamentalists assume power and then they slaughter, the apostates, secularists, Christians and Jews.

The Marxists have pushed the evilness of the Crusaders to the forefront of the public mind  while choosing to ignore the Islamic slaughter of Christians in France 300 years before the Crusades were ever launched.

Islam has not changed.  It offers Europe one of three options: convert, be slaughtered, or resist.

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OverTheHedge Cloud9.5 Fri, 02/02/2018 - 07:29 Permalink

I think it might be a bit more basic than Islamic incursions: it is just a regime trying to instill some national pride in their country, to keep themselves in power.

Why, of course, the people don’t want war. Why would some poor slob on a farm want to risk his life in a war when the best that he can get out of it is to come back to his farm in one piece. Naturally, the common people don’t want war; neither in Russia nor in England nor in America, nor for that matter in Germany. That is understood. But, after all, it is the leaders of the country who determine the policy and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along, whether it is a democracy or a fascist dictatorship or a Parliament or a Communist dictatorship…

Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same way in any country.”

– Hermann Goering

I know it gets posted here a lot, but that is because it is the goto plan for any rickety regime. NATO uses it quite often, for example.

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chestergimli OverTheHedge Fri, 02/02/2018 - 10:29 Permalink

The regular everyday people definitely do not want war.  But the Jews and their banks, and their MIC in every nation definitely do.  One of the reasons they take over the MSM and the government along with the secret services of any country.  And they control the monetary systems of the world as their number 1 club to get what they want.  Their ultimate aim is to destroy Christianity and any form of worship of the Eternal Father and replace him with their master Lucifer.  I think I can honestly say that most of the grunt Jews are not aware of this.  But, they will remain in the dark in order to push the agenda of their tribe.

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zippedydoodah ACP Fri, 02/02/2018 - 20:40 Permalink

"And that's when the Greeks wake up and fuck all you islamists with a telephone pole. Go ahead Erdogan, sign your own death warrant.

If you studied your history of recent Greek/Turkish conflicts then maybe you would not be so simplistic.

In 1974, Turkey grabbed 40% of Cyprus and they still occupy it today.

The Greeks haven't "grabbed" any Turkish territory at all since then.

Not forgetting that Erdogan is a wannabe dictator and doing it very successfully.

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dunce Fri, 02/02/2018 - 04:25 Permalink

Greece must develop it's military to be respected. Currently they are a joke to the EU and Turkey with no control of their economy nor their borders.

Escapedgoat 07564111 Fri, 02/02/2018 - 08:15 Permalink

"......because they voted to continue sucking the Euro"


Unless you are a CNN writer, you better get your facts right.

The Greeks voted SYRIZA because these pieces of Shit PROMISED that they will end AUSTERITY. Which they DID NOT.

On the second chance being given on the REFERENDUM  5th July 2015 they voted OXI (NO) and that piece of shit Tsipras promptly ignored it and made it into YES.


Now, if voting made any difference they would OUTLAW IT.

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Escapedgoat Maestro Maestro Fri, 02/02/2018 - 18:48 Permalink

Who says they obey AND PAY????

You obviously believe everything the Main Propaganda Medium publishes. I wonder why you bother and visit Zerohedge.

You obviously do not know that the main taxes are being taken through the Electricity Company. And guess WHAT? 85% of the Greeks DO NOT PAY these TAXES. Heard it from the Horse's mouth (an employee of said company) visiting London.

On the 21st of January the Greeks staged a huge demonstration because they object to the Northern statelet calling itself with the derivative of Macedonia. BUT the main purpose was to demonstrate against the faggotts in Government that they sold EVERYTHING, AS WELL AS THE OPPOSITION. Basically THE ENTIRE POLITICAL CLASS and Main Priest Class (there was a minority of priests that supported the action).

On the 4th of February they stage another.

The Government apparatchiks shit bricks right now.


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Apollo55 Fri, 02/02/2018 - 04:41 Permalink

First of all the names of the countries on the map shown in this article are wrong. Macedonia is a province of Greece and not the name of a country. Second, the disputed Imia tiny rocks have been an area for trouble for many years between Greece and Turkey and suddenly are hot again. Why???? Third Greece has lost its sovereignty to International banking Cartel from the time of PM A.Papandreou and presently its only executing orders from the financial point of view from M. Draghi and A. Merkel and strategically from USA. Sorry for you Greeks but you need to get your country eventually back to your own hands. Presently Greece is a transient storage hotel ghetto for Immigrant souls wanting to move into rich E.U countries and a big service hotel for tourism in the summer.

Arnold Apollo55 Fri, 02/02/2018 - 05:00 Permalink

Although the Turks, as well as the Greeks today are pity-able, Erdogan seems to be taking the baby steps necessary on the road to autonomy and empire rebuilding.

I am only mildly caustic in mentioning a Turkish Caliphate.

New alliances, greater aggression, suppression of domestic media and population, and the infamous may or may not have been a palace coup.

Many of his military have been US trained, and have battlefield awareness(except for phones) from Joint NATO experience.
Put Oil distribution in the mix too.

Erdo has plans.

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BobEore Fri, 02/02/2018 - 04:47 Permalink

Bulut is remembered for his declarations a few years back that some bad people were trying to kill Erdogan using telekinesis. Very much appears that a few loose screws are a necessary part of ones' cv for getting aboard that gravy train.

In other news indicating a complete divorcement of the Turk psyche from anything resembling their fellow man...

" Speaking on state-run channel TRT 1 on Jan. 6, Yavuz Örnek, a lecturer at the Marine Sciences Faculty of Istanbul University, said Noah communicated with his son via cell phone shortly before the famous flood, the story of which appears in both the Quran and the Old Testament." hurriyet 1/23/18


VK Fri, 02/02/2018 - 04:58 Permalink

Greece is ripe for the taking. They've become entirely subservient to spineless EU bureaucRATS, so why wouldn't an actual dictator with a strong army and a huge population not take on Greece?