Austria Faces Down Erdogan’s Arrogance
Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz said Erdogan is “not welcome” to hold campaign events….
…adding that it would “increase friction” in Austria and prevent the integration of a 360,000-strong minority of Turkish origin.
“The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers.”
Erdogan’s ideology is just about as primitive and inimical to civilised values as that which brought his Ottoman Caliphate forebears to the Gates of Vienna in 1683.
The FPO candidate last year warned what sort of Enemy Within his country was up against.
But get the reaction from Europe’s common enemy!
“We do not accept those irresponsible comments that exceed their limits and the distorted mentality,” Turkish foreign ministry spokesman Huseyin Muftuoglu said… Kurz’s comments are a “new example of a biased and double standard approach”, he added. http://www.thelocal.at/20170301/turkey-angry-after-erdogan-is-told-he-cant-campaign-in-austria
Who the Hell does this uppity Turk flunkey think he is?
Who gets into Austria is Austria’s choice to make.
The Austrian Government made thousands of mistakes over the past two years in this respect, allowing phoney ‘refugees’ to stomp across their border.
The women and children of Austria are now paying the price for that folly.
‘Twas the Turks who unleashed that alien horde on Europe –Turks Turn Blind Eye To Bludgers – Euro-Commissar Urges Surrender! –so it ill becomes the likes of Huseyin to holler abuse at any minister, of any government, of any country, which suffered as a result of Turkey’s deliberate, malicious refusal to control its borders…
It’s high time the Turkish regime was ostracised as a pariah state. But first, outlaw its sectarian incitement outside it own territory. Herr Kurz speaks too softly but he has the right idea.
“Of course the Turkish president, like other senior politicians, can make bilateral visits to Europe and Austria for talks with top officials…But we clearly reject bringing the Turkish campaign and polarisation to Austria.”