Obama met with his favorite "most trusted ally" today, Prime Minister Erdogan, the Turkish leader who rolled back a near-century of modernization in Turkey to install the barbaric sharia and hurl Turkey backwards in time. Obama asked Erdogan for advise on how to raise his daughters, again.
During their tet a tet, Obama said this:
And I also appreciate the
advice he gives me, because he has two daughters that are a little older
than mine — they've turned out very well, so I'm always interested in
his perspective on raising girls.
Hmmmm, honor killings, honor violence, FGM, forced marriage, child marriage …..
Prime Minister previously told Barack Hussein that there was no extreme Islam, no moderate Islam, only Islam. "Islam is Islam."
Former Turkish prime minister Necmettin Erbakan (1926–2011),
founder of the fundamentalist Islamic Milli Gorus (National Vision;
originated 1969) movement, mentored current AKP leaders president Abdullah Gul,
and prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan
(1954–), both of whom were previously active members of
Erbakan’s assorted fundamentalist political parties, serving in mayoral,
ministerial, and parliamentary posts. Erdogan,
in 1974, while serving as president of the Istanbul Youth Group of his mentor
Erbakan’s National Salvation Party, wrote, directed, and played the
leading role in a theatrical play titled Maskomya,
staged throughout Turkey
during the 1970s. Mas-Kom-Ya was a compound acronym for “Masons-Communists-Yahudi”—the
latter of course “Jews”—and the play focused on the evil,
conspiratorial nature of these three entities whose common denominator was
Judaism. More recently, when the wildly popular, most expensive film ever made
in Turkey, Valley of the Wolves (released
February, 2006) included a “cinematic motif” which featured an
American Jewish doctor dismembering Iraqis supposedly murdered by American
soldiers in order to harvest their organs for Jewish markets, Prime Minister
Erdogan not only failed to condemn the film, he justified its production and
Andrew G. Bostom. “Mas-Kom-Ya, Erdogan, and Turkey’s Islamic Jew
Hatred,” Pajamas Media, June 17, 2010, http://wikileaks.org/cable/2009/10/09ANKARA1549.html
Erdogan’s religiously-inspired Jew-hatred did not pass unnoticed
by Gabby Levy, an Israeli ambassador to Turkey,
as recorded in a WikiLeaks cable from October, 2009, sent by the US embassy in Ankara, Turkey.
Levy’s views were validated by US ambassador James Jeffrey.
C O N F I D E N T I A L ANKARA 001549
SUBJECT: ISRAELI AMBASSADOR TRACES HIS PROBLEMS TO ERDOGAN
Classified By: AMB James F. Jeffrey
Relevant extracts from: http://wikileaks.org/cable/2009/10/09ANKARA1549.html
Levy dismissed political calculation as a
motivator for Erdogan’s hostility, arguing the prime minister’s
party had not gained a single point in the polls from his bashing of Israel.
Instead, Levy attributed Erdogan’s harshness to deep-seated emotion:
“He’s a fundamentalist. He hates us religiously and his hatred is
[US ambassador Jeffrey’s
observations] Our discussions with contacts both inside and outside of the
Turkish government on Turkey’s
deteriorating relations with Israel
tend to confirm Levy’s thesis that
Erdogan simply hates Israel.
xxxxx discusses contributing reasons for Erdogan’s tilt on Iran/Middle
East issues, but antipathy towards Israel is a factor.
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