September 03, 2016

VIDEO: Muslim Turks in Germany praise "new Ottoman Empire"

Victor LaszloRebel Commentator

This video was first uploaded on February 14 but was just subtitled in English today. It shows a large number of Turkish nationalists within Germany praising Turkish leader Recep Erdoğan, who they call upon to lead a new Ottoman empire.

Normally, comparisons to Hitler are shunned, and often shut down online using "Goodwin's Law".

But what if the people or events being discussed really do compare to Hitler and his methods?

We know for a fact that Erdogan has praised Hitler's methodology.

From the IB Times:

Hitler's Germany had an effective form of government, according to Turkey's increasingly controversial President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Turkey's leader, whose AKP party won a convincing election victory last year, wants to change the Turkish constitution to grant the country's currently ceremonial role of president executive powers, making it more like the USA, France or Russia. [...]

He made the Hitler comparison on Thursday, when he was asked whether it was possible to combine an executive presidency with the Turkish state's unitary structure. He said: "There is nothing to say that you can't have a presidential system in a unitary state. There are already examples in the world. You can see it when you look at Hitler's Germany.

Whether one agrees with these statements or not, the fact that the Turkish leader chose to use that comparison shows that he studied Hitler's regime and admired it.

So it should be no surprise that the event in the video above appears to have been staged using a template based on some of Hitler's other tactics.

The video above was part of the staged series of mass demonstrations for Hitler, carefully scripted and preserved for all by his propagandist, Leni Riefenstahl, known as the "Nuremberg Rallies". The similarities are obvious.

But once you start looking...

Stalin rally:

At the Stalin Rallies, people had cards saying when to applaud and also when to stop. Because no one wanted to be the first person to stop applauding for Stalin.

One could easily imagine the same for Hitler and its a matter of record that in North Korea if you even abuse a magazine that contains a photo of the leader, and all magazines do, you could face three generations in a slave labour camp. That is, if you manage to reproduce once inside.

Turkey's president and would be dictator Recep Erdoğan clearly has ambitions which are a threat not just to his own people, but quite likely to all within striking distance of his regime and probably should be watched closely. As a NATO partner, it would be best for us to use a microscope.




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commented 2016-09-05 23:39:16 -0400
This is frightening. Keep it up with the fear porn I love this stuff… for some strange reason. I guess I’m just really bored. Haha.
commented 2016-09-04 10:41:14 -0400
Obama worships Erdogan and is helping him with his revived Ottoman Empire.
commented 2016-09-03 23:04:06 -0400
“Many anti-christs have already entered in to the world”.
commented 2016-09-03 22:32:08 -0400
Since ww 2 the world has never been at peace. Mad man, Erdogan, is proclaiming eventual peace in the world under his leadership. Yeah, right. Peace for the Islamic world under the Koran and allah. Clue in. Erdogan admired Hitler and the Turkish ottoman empire of which both are guilty of genocide. His aim will be to continue the genocides of his beloved Hitler and the ottoman’s on a far larger scale hence this would explain the explosive fake refugees invasion of the world and the humungous mosques this freak has funded that were built in the US and in many other places in west.
commented 2016-09-03 20:41:32 -0400
“…its a matter of record that in North Korea if you even abuse a magazine that contains a photo of the leader, and all magazines do, you could face three generations in a slave labour camp. That is, if you manage to reproduce once inside.”

Solzhenitsyn, in The Gulag Archipelago, describes a case in which a tailor in a tailor shop was doing some alterations on a suit and was holding some pins in his mouth so they would be handy when he needed them. Just then, someone came into the shop and the tailor knew he’d need to talk to this customer so he pushed the pins into the first place he found handy, a newspaper. He spoke to the customer and over the course of the conversation, the customer noticed that when the paper was turned over, the pins were piercing a picture of some Politburo members. He reported this to the police who arrested the tailor on charges of counter-revolutionary activities! They said this proved the tailor was against the regime and was seeking to overthrow the Communists. He was sent to the Gulag for his “crime”. Nothing was said about whether he survived; only 1 in 7 people who went to the Gulag survived their sentences under the incredibly harsh conditions of the Gulag. Try to imagine putting a few pins into a newspaper, having someone turn the newspaper over and seeing that the pins went through several pages and into a photo of some Communist bigshots, and then finding yourself sent to the Gulag for 2 or 3 years (which was the typical sentence in the early days of Communist regime), 8 years (which was the typical sentence in the middle of Stalin’s long reign) or 25 years in the later years of his long reign.
commented 2016-09-03 19:50:06 -0400
“Normally, comparisons to Hitler are shunned, and often shut down online using “Goodwin’s Law”."

I think you’re referring to “Godwin’s” internet law of discourse concerning the inappropriate comparison of disparate issues to “Hitler”.

I think where Godwin’s law ends is when the comparison to fascist statism is accurate. These days many absolutist statist regimes use many facets of Hitlerian fascist statecraft and manipulation through mass messaging
commented 2016-09-03 16:45:57 -0400
«Normally, comparisons to Hitler are shunned, and often shut down online using “Goodwin’s Law”.»

Godwin’s Law doesn’t apply to a dictator who is literally conquering Europe piece by piece (Putin) or to a political movement that is in the process of exterminating all unacceptable ethnicities and creeds (Islamic State and Islamic-State wannabes).
commented 2016-09-03 15:50:33 -0400
It seems that all the twentieth century and the early twenty fist century all wanted peace for Germany they wanted a piece of eastern Europe and piece of western Europe. For the USSR a piece of Eastern Europe a piece of southern Europe and a piece of Asia. For Italy they all wanted peace yes a piece of North Africa a piece of East Africa and a piece of Southern Europe. For China they all wanted peace yes a piece of Tibet, a piece of India and a pies of north Eastern Asia. For North Korea they all wanted peace yes a piece of all South Korea. And now Erdogan wants peace your guessed it a piece of South Eastern Europe a piece of Asia Minor and a piece of the Middle East.
commented 2016-09-03 15:42:43 -0400
Turkey now confirmed to be the ally of Sauron.
commented 2016-09-03 15:32:03 -0400
World War 3, here we go. Thanks again Germany.
commented 2016-09-03 15:07:37 -0400
Turkey should be kicked out out NATO. Erdogan represents everything that is evil in the world. Fuck him and the Islamic pigs that follow. him. Make no mistake. Turkey is our enemy now.
commented 2016-09-03 15:00:39 -0400
Turkey is fast becoming the ally that will be the enemy.

A membership to the EU – which they desperately want – will be the true down fall to the euros.
commented 2016-09-03 14:51:19 -0400
Turkey would not help any nato allies, They simply cannot be trusted.
commented 2016-09-03 14:33:54 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM: 31,664 Attacks, 201,448 Killed, 282,358 Injured…. that we know of.