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PostPosted: Wed Jun 08, 2016 8:19 am
 


German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel once said: “History repeats itself twice. First as a tragedy, second as a farce”. Nowadays this quotation seems to be urgent like never before, not only in the aspect of current events, but also because of the appearance of people who are as like as two peas.
Today many people compare the President of Turkey R. Erdogan with A. Hitler and this comparison is quite explainable.
After military cope in 1980 Erdogan succeeded in the army service, like Hitler did at olden times, there he saw benefits of military discipline and a power of weapon. The Erdogan’s activity as a Prime Minister can be characterized as a “silent revolution”, as the EU brought to focus the fact, that politics of new Prime Minister led to restriction of freedom of speech in Turkey. But it happened, like in situation with Hitler, too late.
While democracy in Turkey was being built in the 2000s, investors participated in this process a lot (the same money investment in country’s rapid industrial growth was popular in Germany in the thirties). Due to such an investment influx, which has allowed to release funds for defense strengthening, Turkey has rearmed its army (with a support of USA and NATO and with an excuse of protection against Iran) and has got acknowledgment from the EU, expressed at the beginning of discussion about Turkey adoption in the EU. Turkey, similar to Germany in the 1930s, has gone the way of country’s “optimization”, and strived for international support and investments, R. Erdogan has drawn attention of society away from what was going on in the country, where in spite of the interests of democracy, he has formed one-party Parliament with its “Justice and Development” party, and then has implemented a constitutional reform, turning the country into presidential republic, (by analogy with Hitler’s NSGWP ) where he has came to power as a President.
Erdogan’s contradictory politics has led to an absence of independent opposition in Turkey. Mysterious death of oppositionists and journalists, “strange” retirements of the generals and participation in oil trade in Syria in the other time would make the world society puzzled, (countries of NATO bomb even for the less fault) but what a bad luck – Turkey is a member of NATO and an outpost of the Middle East alliance. Turkey’s army is taught and equipped for money of NATO; oil pumped by ISIS in Syria and Iraq goes to hands of Erdogan’s son and NATO’s businessmen, at the same time making a collapse on the world market of oil prices. Resent addition of American “West Point” gives an irresistible proof that Erdogan’s son is a participant of oil trade with ISIS and also of support of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists by Turkish servicemen. There is no doubt that in the name of his own grandeur and personal ambitions, R. Erdogan, similar to Hitler, is ready to plunge the world into a fire of terrible wars.
All this actions of Erdogan can’t stay unnoticed, but the EU and NATO have become hostages of their own superiority policy. NATO countries are democratic, NATO countries are outside the jurisdiction, NATO countries are peace protectors and peace policemen, as well. That’s why Turkey can’t be blamed by the West, it can result in destructive consequences for the whole block and put American hegemony into question. The war in Syria, world terrorism and confrontation with Russia attract all attention of the “Enlightened West”, the same as it was in the 1930s, when world anticommunism drew attention away from the development and formation of the bloodiest and the most criminal government in a history. Doesn’t the world society repeat the mistakes of the past, ignoring formation of a dictator, who is more cunning and ambitious than Hitler, in the country which is more provided with resources than Germany in the 30s, and in the age of more developed weapon and more sophisticated methods of war conducting than in the memorable for us thirties and forties of the XXth century?
Under the influence of Islamic ideas and difficult youth in poor Turkey in the seventies and eighties, an ambitious man couldn’t escape from ideas and sorrow, connected with the great past of the Turkish Empire (Hitler’s “Aryan race”) and the great aim of the world’s Khilafat (Reich). Sultan Erdogan could perfectly take this role, there more so, that taking in his arms and arms of his people all control-levers in Turkey, there is nothing to do but to crown himself. So much coincides points to the Hitler’s reincarnation as Erdogan, and it is easy to guess what an outcome can wait us in the future.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 08, 2016 8:54 am
 


Tarbash the Egyptian magician! Now I toss a wildcat out into the audience!


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 08, 2016 10:30 am
 


Is Putin planning a move on Turkey? The uptempo in anti-Turk propaganda by the paid trolls does make me wonder.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 08, 2016 10:31 am
 


Putin can have them IMO. One bastard truly deserves the headache of another.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 08, 2016 1:49 pm
 


BartSimpson wrote:
Is Putin planning a move on Turkey? The uptempo in anti-Turk propaganda by the paid trolls does make me wonder.

Turkey can depend upon President Obama to protect to standby our allies, right?


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 10, 2016 5:44 pm
 


Both are megalomaniacs facing a possible Russian nemesis but Erdogan is a milder sort of dictator. What also distinguished Hitler was the means he had at his disposal. Turkey is hemmed in by powerful enemies.


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