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Turkey Repudiates its Founder Ataturk

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Submitted by Domenic Pepe (United States), Sep 1, 2014 at 14:04

It is quite unbelievable that after 80 years of westernization policies that Turkey has now come to essentially repudiate its founder, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. After four generations the Turkish people have once again succumbed to the hate, insanity, intimidation, intolerance, violence, and barabarism of islam from which they were rescued. If this can happen in Turkey, then clearly, there is absolutely no hope at all for any other muslim country or culture. The lesson from Turkey should be that the West must recognize the inherent evil, totalitarian, liberty hating, murderous, uncivilized barbaric nature of islam itself, and take real action, political, economic, and military, to crush, vanquish, and eradicate the worldwide islamic scourge once and for all, before it is too late. Islam has perpetrated, up to the present time, 1400 years of trouble, misery, suffering, torture, bondage, intimidation, violence, slavery, war, and murder on billions of people. Enough already!  Islam has no redeeming feature. Humanity will be far better without it.


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