Erdolf’s Anti-Anzac Rants? Nothing Wrong With Crusaders!


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 –  “The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers.” 

SO!

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So the Islamist despot Erdolf, who has just put away a local journo for exposing collaboration between the despot and jihadist terrorists…Opposition MP joins other lawmakers in Turkish prison …a story we picked up on last year…

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…has overseen the erasure of words by Kemal Ataturk which honoured the Anzac sacrifice at Gallipoli?

Historians in Australia and Turkey believe the “refurbishment” could be part of the Erdoğan administration’s moves to cast Gallipoli as part of a clash…

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“The crusades were not [finished] nine centuries ago in the past! Do not forget Gallipoli was a crusade.”

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….between jihadi defenders (the Ottoman empire did declare a jihad) and invading crusaders on the shores of Islam.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/jun/16/turkish-islamist-push-may-be-to-blame-for-removal-of-ataturk-inscription-at-anzac-cove.

The natural response of Australians to anything that smacks of dissing Anzacs is indignation, and smart Aussies, like all perceptive Brits, Yanks, Europeans, etc., already get it – Erdolf is our enemy.

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But while there was of course no religious significance in the Gallipoli clash, anyone who understands history should conclude that, contrary to his intention…

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…the Turk tyrant’s attempt to draw comparisons between the young Antipodean men who fell in WW1 and the actual Crusaders, those who battled a millennium ago, cannot demean the Anzac memory.

The Crusaders were a liberation army, seeking to rescue the Holy Land from those who had invaded the Byzantine Empire and subjugated its peoples.

Theirs was a noble cause!

As was Kemal Ataturk’s!

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Perhaps when  Ataturk uttered his words in honour of the Anzacs’ courage, he was not unaware of that historical aspect, because Ataturk too was a hero, who liberated his people from the stagnant shariah regime of the Ottomans.

=He “closed all religious courts and schools, prohibited the wearing of headscarves among public sector employees, abolished the ministry of canon law and pious foundations, lifted the ban on alcohol, adopted the Gregorian calendar in place of the Islamic calendar, made Sunday a day of rest instead of Friday, changed the Turkish alphabet from Arabic letters to Roman ones.”     http://dailycaller.com/2017/05/28/guns-politics-the-rise-of-ataturk/

 A dashed fine chap, indeed!

Yet now these glorious achievements are being rolled back.

So when we rail against Erdogan and his Islamist agenda, don’t tar all Turks with the same brush.

A lot of them share the values of the civilised world and abhor the sectarianisation that is ruining their country. They may prove to be valuable allies.

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