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I think the AKP have got some real problems.

Reader comment on item: Crisis in Turkey

Submitted by Adrian Wainer (Ireland), Mar 2, 2010 at 16:31

The AKP is not in a good position for the reason that there are strong ethnic, cultural and religious frictions between the majority Turkic Sunni population, and for example Wahhabi Arab Saudi Arabia and Sh'ite Iran. An Islamizing European Union should be the ideal partner to an Islamizing Turkey but the wheels are starting to come off the Eurabia project. for example the French establishment appear to have got worried that Arab Muslims do not want to be junior partners to the French establishment in France's globalist ambitions and aim to displace the French establishment and run France themselves and the ruling elites in France. Germany and Britain appear to have got fearful that their project to create a single European Fascist state has been outed and apparently are now attempting to throw their front-man the despicable non-entity Herman Van Rumpuy to an angry public, in a desperate effort to shift blame and defect anger

. In the very short term the AKP can squeeze the Turkish military, in the somewhat longer term, the AKP would have to ask where will they find outside support and their likely preferred option an Islamizing European Union, looks like it has too much internal opposition to offer much support to an Islamizing Turkey.


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