Caught On Tape: Islamist Erdogan Makes Hand-Sign Of Ultranationalist "Grey Wolves"

With the characteristic greeting gesture of Turkish ultranationalists and neo-fascists Grey Wolves, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan greeted the crowd at a meeting of his party AKP in Mersin, in South Turkey.

He recited also his favorite poem “One heart, one flag, one nation, one homeland.”

As reports, The Grey Wolves (Turkish: Bozkurtlar) is a Turkish ultranationalist organization with close links to to the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) with which Erdogan has made an alliance ahead of the 2019 elections.

The characteristic hand sign used by Grey Wolves and MHP supporters represents a wolf head. In Turkish nationalist myth, the Turks originate from a wolf.

Next to Erdogan, a high-ranking official – maybe a minister? – had raised his hand in the Rabia sign, a gesture symbolizing the resistance of the Muslim Brotherhood to the Sisi regime in Egypt.

When the crowds began to shout at Erdogan to engage them in the military operaiton in Afrin, he told them

“When it is time to order the mobilization, I will join first and then all of you, because we believe in martyrdom,” he replied.

“They do not know the Turks, they do not know the Turkish nation, they do not know the Turkish armed forces,” he warned.

There is talk that the part of the MHP will challenge the alliance with Erdogan in the next elections. Cities in the south of Turkey were the first to vote for MHP when it gained power in the beginning of 2000’s.


GUS100CORRINA directaction Tue, 03/13/2018 - 10:08 Permalink

Caught On Tape: Islamist Erdogan Makes Hand-Sign Of Ultranationalist "Grey Wolves"

My response: Interesting gesture to say the least. For those who don't know, this is the cornuto sign which is a sign of SATAN worship. It is used by many people in entertainment as well. Grey wolves???

Nothing cool about it. It just shows that Turkey is under control of the wicked one.

Be alert and of sober mind. Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour.

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thisandthat DillyDilly Tue, 03/13/2018 - 16:07 Permalink

When you realize meteorites come from the sky, and that sky and heaven are the same word in many languages, it's not dificult to see them as a sign from god.

Also, it's not (wasn't) just one; originally it was 3, 3 meter high, rust free, iron meteorites (of which there's still also at least another one in India), which got (((mysteriously?))) stolen early on.

What's currently in the Qaaba are pomice stone fragments...

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BobEore ACP Tue, 03/13/2018 - 06:38 Permalink

There is talk that the part of the MHP will challenge the alliance with Erdogan in the next elections. Cities in the south of Turkey were the first to vote for MHP when it gained power in the beginning of 2000’s.


Automatic cringe when the boyz get out their cut n paste scissors for another attempt at presenting "Turkey" to the zhombie hordes.

Err... dudes. The "IYI Party will indeed be challenging the AKP-MHP alliance in the next (fake)election. It ain't "talk." And btw...

MHP never got more than 18% vote in any general election... so 'gained power' is a howler on par with the many other choice nuggets of past pulchritudes on display here.

Why not just subcontract all your coverage of the TERROR STATE in question over to me? It would be cheaper... and better than this DIY nightmare.

Think about it. I'll have Tevik call you in the morning.

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css1971 Pernicious Gol… Tue, 03/13/2018 - 04:17 Permalink

The word fascism gets thrown around entirely too much. Especially by an ignorant left that ideologically resembles them entirely too much.

Erdogan isn't a fascist. He's an Islamist.

Nationalism also isn't fascism.

Fascism is a form of nationalist socialism. No socialism, no fascism.... The socialism is the entire point of fascism. The nationalism is how they go about achieving it.

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Pernicious Gol… css1971 Tue, 03/13/2018 - 12:45 Permalink

This is Econ 101. In a socialistic economic system, the State, not private individuals nor companies, owns the means of production. The factories. The mines. The transportation system. The wholesale and retail outlets. We clearly do not have this in the US. The Soviet Union had this economic system. Power struggles are between bureaucrats and politicians, because there is no power outside government.

In a fascist economic system, private individuals and companies own the means of production. The government directs the economy but does not own the means. There will always be a power contest between government officials and oligarchs under this system as they vie for control.

To varying degrees, the US, China, Russia, Germany, France, Japan, South Korea and the UK have fascist economic systems. Many of the above systems are hybrid, with both private and government-owned enterprises. The US has very little socialism; it is primarily fascist. China has many state-owned enterprises, so remains partly socialistic.

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css1971 Pernicious Gol… Tue, 03/13/2018 - 16:40 Permalink

I largely agree with you. But, you are using the marxian definition of socialism. the point of fascism, was that Marx's ideas for socialism had obviously failed even by the 1920s.

Does it matter if the state or private individual "owns" the means of production, if the entire concept of property rights have been eradicated by the state?

"Some still ask of us: what do you want? We answer with three words that summon up our entire program. Here they are… Italy, Republic, Socialization… Socialization is no other than the implantation of Italian Socialism…"
― Mussolini (1944)

"For this I have been and am a socialist. The accusation of inconsistency has no foundation. My conduct has always been straight in the sense of looking at the substance of things and not to the form. I adapted socialisticamente to reality. As the evolution of society belied many of the prophecies of Marx, the true socialism folded from possible to probable. The only feasible socialism socialisticamente is corporatism, confluence, balance and justice interests compared to the collective interest."
― Mussolini (Interview with journalist Ivanoe Fossani, March 20, 1945, published under "Soliloquy for 'freedom' Trimellone island")


And this is exactly, the point Hitler made


"Benefit to the community precedes benefit to the individual... The state should retain supervision and each property owner should consider himself appointed by the state. It is his duty not to use his property against the interests of others among his own people. This is the crucial matter. The Third Reich will always retain its right to control the owners of property... A policy of laissez faire in this sphere is not only cruelty to the individual guiltless victims but also to the nation as a whole."
- Hitler (1933)


"The party is all-embracing. It rules our lives in all their breadth and depth… There will be no license, no free space, in which the individual belongs to himself. This is Socialism… Let them then own land or factories as much as they please. The decisive factor is that the State, through the party, is supreme over them, regardless whether they are owners or workers."

― Hitler (Hermann Rauschning , The Voice of Destruction 1940)


And Mussolini made the same point in another way


"All within the state, nothing outside the state, nothing against the state."

― Mussolini (1928)

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vollderlerby css1971 Wed, 03/14/2018 - 21:51 Permalink

I think fascism takes place when the central government colludes with an industrial complex (military, health care, media in our case) to systematically control and constrain the citizens. Believe what's going on in the US is a corporate fascism.  In most countries being destroyed by Islam, Islam is a socio-economic set of rules, disguised as religion, colluding with the central government to control and constrain people.  Value-imposing fascism disguised as religious fascism.

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Easyp Tue, 03/13/2018 - 03:38 Permalink

And this is news?  Well OK if it helps to pursuade a few more libtards that Erdogan is dangerous then fine but I doubt they read ZH.

halcyon TheDayAfter Tue, 03/13/2018 - 03:50 Permalink

Get a fucking grip. He is trying to fight against USA (supposed ally) that already has plans to break up the country and control the splinters.

You probably get your ideas from US CIA media and are incapable of thinking for yourself.

Stop and think what you would do, if your own country was NATO's secret armies playing grounds and your best 'ally' was trying to screw you over?

Kneel down and take it like a man? Not likely.


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ThePhantom Tue, 03/13/2018 - 03:45 Permalink

Surprisingly George Bush is part of that clique too, as well as most of hollywood....  and SATANISTS all using the grey wolf hand sign! fuck me!