by Scott Creighton
UPDATE: Di$info Tarpley urged people to vote “NO” prior to the referendum. Now he makes comparisons between Ergodan and Hitler. Always doing the service of his masters.
I like Moon of Alabama blog. At least I used to.
Today, there are a ton of writers, bloggers, commenters and various influence peddlers running around screeching about the “stolen referendum” in Turkey. Apparently the Turkish people “voted the wrong way” and places like the Guardian, the BBC and the Washington Post are trafficking in election fraud porn on behalf of the globalists who are worried a changed Turkey is much less likely to be forced into the EU like Ukraine was… after Obama’s little neo-Nazi color revolution over there. The pro-Kurd People’s Democratic Party (HDP) and the main opposition to Erdogan led the “NO” vote movement though it’s interesting to point out, a number of Turkish Kurds voted “YES” in areas mainly populated by them.
The HDP says a “no” vote is “yes” to peace and that is important because it is well known they are closely linked to the PKK, the Kurdish separatist movement that has been waging a war of terror against Turkey for a number of years.
Interestingly, it would appear a majority of Turkish Kurds voted against that rhetoric and for the reforms, which might mean they don’t particularly support the idea of becoming part of Greater Kurdistan or Barzani Kurdistan… whatever the creators of the New Middle East want to call it. And who can blame them. Life in Barzanistan in Iraq is a pure neoliberal hell with tons of American businesses doing great, Israelis running around everywhere you look and the people suffering just like they did after Bush II blew up Iraq and installed the neoliberal technocrats to make a democracy out of it.
“Sunday’s results is clear proof that Turkish citizens of Kurdish origin supported the proposed changes, showing they are not enemies to Ankara as the pro-PKK HDP insistently has lied about” Daily Sabah
I’m not going to delve too deeply into the staged videos and bullshit about the stolen election just yet. We’ve seen it all before in Russia with Killary calling the shots and in Iran when their color revolution failed to take shape. We see it all the time when the people “vote the wrong way” so much so, it’s pretty cookie cutter if you ask me.
I am almost shocked though by all the alternative media outlets jumping on the “stolen referendum” bandwagon. One of the most disappointing is Moon of Alabama.
Now as I and Penny have said for a long time… the next step in the Greater Kurdistan project is the removal of Erdogan because he is standing in the way of them busting off a piece of Turkey to give to the Kurds. Something apparently even Turkish Kurds don’t want too see happen.
Over at MoA he’s busy telling his folks that Erdogan rigged the referendum, that it would make him dictator or sultan or something and that it will ensure the “Islamist” nature of the government. All stuff you can probably see at Rita Katz’ blog or Di$info Jone$
But he goes one step further in his evaluation of the importance of this event:
“Turkey is no longer a democracy. It is now a one man dictatorship with an expansive and distinct Islamist agenda. To change that will require the removal of Erdogan through some act of force.” Moon of Alabama
End of democracy. Dictatorship. Islamist agenda. He’s got all the talking points in there… all in one damn line.
But he also goes one step further and calls for the violent regime change of Erdogan… by force.
All because the Turks “voted the wrong way”
Does that seem a little drastic to anyone else? Bloody regime change because a referendum will change 18 parts of Turkey’s constitution? Is it me or is that a little extreme?
Besides… who the fuck are we to determine what kind of government the Turkish people have to represent them?
A regime change because folks voted the “wrong way” and a call for it by MoA. Sad isn’t it?
One of the first comments on this thread reads as follows:
After Turkey’s demise, give Constantinople, Smyrna, Trebizond, all of Cyprus, et al back to Greece and create a Kurdish homeland. Let the Turks “stew” in their own juices.
Posted by: Barbarossa | Apr 17, 2017 3:17:40 PM | 2
Yep. Guess Penny and I were right huh?
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