Turkey’s arrogant intrusion into Danish sovereignty

“Turkey announced a series of political sanctions against the Netherlands on Monday over its refusal to allow two Turkish ministers to campaign there, including halting high-level political discussions between the two countries and closing Turkish air space to Dutch diplomats… The (Turkish foreign) ministry also objected to what it called a ‘disproportionate’ use of force against demonstrators at a protest afterward… (Erdogan) went on to advise Turks living in Europe not to vote for parties that he described as ‘enemies of Turkey’…” (*).

So let’s get this straight – Turks living in Europe are considered to be Turkish citizens entitled to vote in Turkish elections, and are additionally being used as instruments of Turkish foreign policy.

And when Denmark objects to Turkish ministers visiting Denmark to hold rallies – for an election in another country – Turkey gets upset, its “citizens” riot, and then President Erdogan complains that the protesters were treated badly, calls the Dutch “Nazis” and imposes diplomatic sanctions.

Significantly, we are told that “Omer Celik, Turkey’s minister in charge of European Union affairs, said Monday that his country should consider reviewing the migration deal to relax controls on people reaching Europe by walking into Greece or Bulgaria.”

Unable to obtain membership in the European Union, Turkey is now trying to exercise sovereignty over its “citizens” living there. And if Turkey ever does obtain EU membership, what is left of “White” Europe will be flooded with millions of aggressive Muslims who will bring their culture and religion with them, thus creating a new Ottoman Empire.

Their slaughter of 1.5 million Armenians, who adopted Christianity as their state religion in 301AD and were Ottoman citizens, gives us a good idea of Europe’s intended fate, and of Muslim intolerance towards other religions.

This arrogant intrusion into Danish sovereignty and affairs is a blatant, in-your-face wake-up call.

Let’s not ignore it.

Jeff Goodall.

(*) – Read “Turkey imposes sanction on Netherlands over treatment of government ministers” here.

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