Cameron wants Turkey to join the EU

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Turkish president accuses ‘the West’ of being behind Charlie Hebdo attacks and deliberately ‘blaming Muslims’ as conspiracy theories sweep the Internet accusing Israel of orchestrating it

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan suggested French security forces knew of attack

Turkish President said the West is ‘playing games with the Islamic world’

Said: ‘French citizens carried out massacre, and Muslims pay the price’


13 January 2015

The President of Turkey has suggested French security forces are to blame for the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris last week, since the culprits had recently served prison sentences.

Erdogan said Muslims are ‘paying the price’ for the attacks on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish kosher supermarket in Paris last week.

‘French citizens carry out such a massacre, and Muslims pay the price,’ Erdogan said yesterday. [Hasn’t he got this the wrong way round?]

‘That’s very meaningful … Doesn’t their intelligence organisation track those who leave prison?

‘Games are being played with the Islamic world, we need to be aware of this.

‘The West’s hypocrisy is obvious. As Muslims, we’ve never taken part in terrorist massacres. [I suppose the Armenian Genocide never happened either. You’re a real taqiya artist. But whom do you think you are fooling?] Behind this lies racism, hate speech and Islamophobia’ Erdogan added. [For a Christian dislike of Islam is entirely rational, anything said to the contrary by pope or archbishop notwithstanding.]

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Patria says:-

David Cameron is one of the strongest advocates of Turkey’s membership of the EU. The more Muslims he can cram into our overcrowded country the better the dhimmi likes it. Once they arrive he hastens to tell them that we English must adapt to their ways rather than the other way round.

And should Cameron’s appeasement at home and bellicosity in Iraq prompt any Turkish immigrants to engage in jihadist terrorism in Britain, no doubt he will assure us that the malefactors are not at all representative of the ‘religion of peace’.