Erdolf Under Attack….In The Guardian?

A brief nod of approval, rare indeed, for this headline…

Erdoğan is both a bully and a menace. Europe ignores him at its peril

…which appeared in the Guardian, and the story focuses on how Erdolf is up to no good in the Eastern Mediterranean, where his Ottoman urges are fully on display, warlike challenges to Greece…

Erdolf’s Apparatchiks Expose Aggressive Sectarian Agenda. 

…which must be unsurprising to our regular readers.


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


To be fair, the Guardian author does not omit how the arrogant Islamist has repeatedly unleashed hordes of primitives on his so-called ‘allies’ in NATO, an aggressive obsession of the louse, an act of grotesque bad faith…

Thanks, Erdolf? Despite Billions In Bribes, Aliens Flood In! 

…again as we have reported frequently!

Yet before we all clap until our hands are sore, why does the article fail to mention how Erdogan sees his sectarian acolytes in European countries as a Fifth Column?




When eventually the West wakes up, as the Guardian writer notes is over-due, and a grand strategy for ‘containing’ the Turk is devised –


‘Containing’ Erdolf’s near-namesake didn’t work out very well – I’d have thought his overthrow would be a wiser option!


– then all those disloyal aliens in Germany…



These chicks are ‘German?’


Deutsche Welle: ‘Many Turkish hearts in Germany beat for Erdogan

….and Austria…

“…we must also reflect on what is happening: 5,000 Turks – and that is an effective strength of a brigade – took to our streets, well organized and with flags, just within hours.”.

Those Evil Turks Should Never Have Been In Austria! 

….and elsewhere, will need to be neutralised – by detention, and then by deportation, or, if their upstart ‘brigades’ turn violently uppity, by prompt shoot-to-kill authorisation on the part of the relevant governments.

But God forbid anybody writing in the Guardian would even contemplate such realistic responses.