Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the would-be Sultan of the Neo-Ottoman Empire and the would-be Caliph of Sunni Islam, is at it again. Evidently his earlier vituperations against Germany and the Netherlands did not produce the reaction he had hoped for, so he ratcheted up his rhetoric even further. It’s as if he is determined to start World War Three, no matter how much the West resists his provocations.
The following speech by Erdogan was close-captioned in German, and Nash Montana has translated the captions into English. She includes this prefatory note:
And once again, Erdogan is swinging the Nazi bat against anyone and everyone not him.
The video was hard to translate because, honestly, Erdogan talks like a retard, and he doesn’t make much sense. His self-righteous indignation keeps him from coming across as an intelligent man with the ability to string coherent sentences together, and it shows in his speech.
But it doesn’t matter; apparently his listeners are equally dumb. They get him just fine.
I translated this part of the video from a speech that Erdogan gave on last Sunday in Istanbul. He declared that the “masquerade ball” in Europe is over. He accused the Netherlands and Germany of Nazi methods, which he continually does.
He is a very consistent man in that regard. But then he decided to dial it up yet another notch.
In addressing Merkel personally, he proceeded to say that they, the Germans and Netherlands, would gladly again put gas chambers and concentration camps back on their daily order of business if they weren’t so ashamed of themselves.
He declared that Europe openly is against Turkey and that “their hatred, their discontent, their dissatisfaction against our country and our fellow countrymen, and against all muslims every day on TV, and in the news media” is dangerous.
|0:08||The latest things we’ve seen in Europe show us|
|0:11||that the war against our country and our goal|
|0:14||has entered a new phase.|
|0:18||Those who have tried|
|0:21||to take us down with their men,|
|0:24||with the terrorists that they support and give weapons to,|
|0:27||with the spies that they have bought|
|0:30||with their dollars,|
|0:33||they are all working in the fields now.|
|0:36||My brothers and sisters, the masquerade is over!|
|0:47||They have said goodbye to diplomacy!|
|0:50||They don’t even feel the need|
|0:53||to hide their intentions anymore,|
|0:56||but they cannot hide the fear of Turkey|
|0:59||that they feel, because our power grows stronger every day!|
|1:02||They spew their hatred, their discontent, their dissatisfaction with|
|1:06||our country and our fellow countrymen,|
|1:09||and against all muslims|
|1:12||every day on TV|
|1:15||and in the news media.|
|1:18||Because they know the weight of April 16th,|
|1:22||since the meaning is something|
|1:25||that they cannot transfer|
|1:28||to their subcontractors.|
|1:31||They know very well that there is a chance|
|1:34||that not only the governmental system in Turkey,|
|1:37||but also the system|
|1:40||that they want to use|
|1:46||will be torn down on April 16th!|
|1:54||They would gladly again|
|1:57||put gas chambers and|
|2:00||concentration camps back|
|2:03||in their daily order of business|
|2:06||if they weren’t so ashamed of themselves!|
|2:10||Can we forget Srebrenica?|
|2:14||Can we forget all those that were murdered,|
|2:17||the 834,000 Bosnians in Srebrenica,|
|2:20||who died the death of martyrs?|
|2:23||This is their mentality,|
|2:26||this is their mentality in the Netherlands.|
|2:29||And there is more to come, and that’s why|
|2:32||they become unsettled when we call them fascists.|
|2:35||They are unsettled when we say|
|2:39||that this is a Nazi mentality, and their partners in Europe instantly cover their back.|
|2:42||Foremost Merkel, she covers their back too. You too now employ Nazi methods. Against whom? Against my Turkish brothers and sisters|
|2:45||in Germany, and against my|
|2:48||minister brothers or assembly men|
|2:51||and representative brothers|
|2:54||from Turkey, who go there|
|2:57||to confront them.