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Somebody Else’s Babies

March 20, 2017

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Somebody Else’s Babies

Last week, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan declared Baby War on Europe.

Apparently, 2.5 million Turks currently living in Europe have dual citizenship and are able to vote in Turkey’s upcoming referendum about expanding the president’s power. In order to whip up support, Turkish authorities planned to hold rallies in Europe. The Netherlands placed a blanket ban over such rallies and went so far as to block one Turkish minister’s plane from landing. Authorities in many districts in Germany also put the kibosh on the planned rallies.

This infuriated the vituperative Erdoğan, who called the two countries’ actions “fascistic measures” and alleged that “Nazism had risen from the dead.” (Apparently Nazis represent the ultimate evil in Turkey, too, while the genocidally anti-Christian Young Turks remain national heroes.)

In a televised speech, he addressed Europe’s Turkish population:

Go live in better neighborhoods. Drive the best cars. Live in the best houses. Make not three, but five children. Because you are the future of Europe. That will be the best response to the injustices against you.

“Last week, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan declared Baby War on Europe.”

Where have I heard that sort of sentiment before? Oh, right—during the presidential campaign last year when the suspiciously twinkle-eyed Tim Kaine told a group of Hispanics—in Spanish—that they are the rightful heirs of the USA:



And by 2050, communities of color will represent the majority of our population. So of course Latinos will help shape the future of America because you are the future of America.

The timing of Erdoğan’s comments was almost magical, coming as they did on the heels of Rep. Steve King’s comments about how you can’t rebuild your own civilization with “somebody else’s babies.” King, naturally, was crucified across the American media landscape, while Erdoğan’s comments flew almost entirely under the radar.

Essentially, Erdoğan was making King’s point for him—by outbreeding indigenous Europeans, Turkish Muslims would radically transform Europe with somebody else’s babies.

And his comment was undeniably a vengeful threat, which will not sit well with the globalist puppeteers and their media mandarins across the Western landscape. After all, they’ve been force-feeding Western plebs the idea that refugees and Muslim immigrants are a positive thing. But you don’t threaten somebody with an ice-cream cone; you threaten them with poison. Erdoğan’s words leave no doubt that he was promising to punish rather than enrich Europe by radically altering its demographics.

Erdoğan said what many indigenous Europeans would be jailed on hate-speech charges for daring to even suggest—that unhindered immigration from the Middle East is designed to weaken and dilute European civilization.

This isn’t the first time he has threatened to inundate Europe with refugees. Last year he blackmailed the EU into giving him 20 billion euros in exchange for keeping his Syrian refugees leashed in Turkey rather than dumping them into Europe.
Last November, Erdoğan threatened to “open the gates” and flood Europe with the estimated two or three million Syrian refugees currently huddled in his country:

You cried out when 50,000 refugees were at the Kapikule border….You started asking what you would do if Turkey would open the gates. Look at me—if you go further, those border gates will be open. You should know that.

(Technically, once a person leaves a country in which they are imperiled and relocates to a safer country, they no longer have a need to seek refuge elsewhere. Therefore, the displaced Syrians currently in Turkey are not “refugees,” but don’t bother trying to explain that to the Eurocrats. They’re desperately trying to cram as many non-Europeans into Europe as they can, and it doesn’t really matter if the refugees are suffering the slightest inconvenience so long as their presence can grievously inconvenience and terrorize indigenous Europeans.)

Before Hillary Clinton had him murdered, Muammar Gaddafi expressed similar sentiments to Erdoğan’s. He threatened that if Europe ceased to cooperate with him or had him assassinated, “Europe will become black” when it gets overrun with African refugees. In hindsight, he looks like a prophet.

Destroying the infidels through demographic replacement is a longstanding Islamic strategy. It’s known as “Hijrah”—migration for the sake of Allah.


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