Turkey Needs To Go Play In Its Own Sandbox

Turkey’s President Erdogan, and close Obama friend, recently spoke to a group of you guessed it, mostly Muslim crowd, at the opening of a Turkish funded Islamic school in Lanham, Maryland, which is not far from D.C. The opening of the $110 million Diyanet Center is said to go three stories beneath the ground with a pool, fitness center and last, but not least a Turkish bath.

The opening of America’s largest Islamic Center coincides with a recent story of five Northern Virginia Muslims arrested for ties with ISIS. Understandably, local Maryland residents are concerned as the frequent reporting of Islamic terrorism occurring not only world-wide, but state-side increases.

According to an RT article Erdogan, speaking at the dedication of the center, chastised the politicians in America and our society by stating that,

 “there are still people walking around calling Muslims terrorists.”

He added that Muslims in America are making this country stronger, and shouldn’t have to hear anti-Muslim sentiment.

He continued,

“It is unacceptable for the Muslims of the world to be forced to pay the price of a horror of a pain and suffering created by a handful of terrorists, infamous terrorists here in the aftermath of 9/11,”

First of all, no leader of another country should be allowed to step foot on our soil and proceed to tell Americans what we can or cannot say, nor do we have to look as far back as 9/11 for Islamic terrorists. It is hard to swing a dead cat and not hit one these days.

Yet that is what Obama,  Attorney General Loretta Lynch, and  Hillary Clinton along with the rest of the liberal left and the democrats are pushing in the way of UN 1618, which is to criminalize any criticism of Islam.

As a matter of fact,House Resolution (H.Res. 569), was introduced towards the same ends as the UN 1618. It is about,

“Condemning violence, bigotry, and hateful rhetoric towards Muslims in the United States”.

An article contained in The Counter Jihad Report states,

“The Resolution was introduced in the House of Representatives by Democrat Donald S. Beyer (Virginia) on December 17, 2015 — a mere 15 days after Tashfeen Malik and Syed Farook gunned down 14 innocent Americans and wounded 23 in an ISIS-inspired terror attack at a Christmas party in San Bernardino, California.”

The bill sounds like an angle right out of Ergodan’s playbook.

“the victims of anti-Muslim hate crimes and rhetoric have faced physical, verbal, and emotional abuse because they were Muslim or believed to be Muslim,” and the House of Representatives “expresses its condolences for the victims of anti-Muslim hate crimes.”

Secondly, it is rather difficult to take this man seriously when he demands respect be paid to all Muslims in America, when his own security team is involved in violence right outside the Brookings Institute  in D.C. where he chose to visit.

Apparently several journalists were kicked, pushed and thrown to the ground outside the liberal think tank when they were peaceful protestors gathered. The State Department condemned the behavior as “totally unacceptable.” Yet this is a perfect example of  leaders and movements who cannot tolerate an opposing view, so they must crush free speech and any form of expressing it.

Incidentally, while Erdogan is in the Eastern United States spreading the Islamic ideology and symbolically conquering land for Islam, Fethullah Gulen, a Turkish cleric and billionaire who lives in the Poconos, is attempting to open up an Islamic school on an Air Force base in Colorado. Gulen presently is uner investigation as he is living here under a self-imposed exile avoiding prosecution in Turkey.

According to Dr. Rich Swier’s article quoting Robert R. Amsterdam, founder of an international law firm based in D.C. and London, of The Hill,

“A secretive Islamic movement is trying to infiltrate the U.S. military by establishing and operating publicly-funded charter schools targeted toward children of American service personnel.”

He continues,

“Our investigation, still in its early stages, reveals that the Gülen organization uses charter schools and affiliated businesses in the U.S. to misappropriate and launder state and federal education dollars, which the organization then uses for its own benefit to develop political power in this country and globally.”

These two Turks need to be shown the door, and not to let it hit them on the way out. Mosques and Islamic Centers are breeding grounds for Islamic terrorism.  Trump is right, there needs to be a ban on Sharia compliant Muslims coming into America. In addition, we must have a halt in the construction or designating of any more mosques or Islamic centers in this country.

Maybe Erdogan and Gulen would do well to play, or in their case fight in their own sandbox and leave us alone.

*Please research the Gulen movement here. This group takes numerous legislators, school teachers, parents, and school children on expense paid trips to Turkey.

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One response to “Turkey Needs To Go Play In Its Own Sandbox

  1. Mr Whipple

    Not surprising coming from a democrat, nor is it surprising that of the 11 H. of R. members from Virginia, only the 3 democrats are listed as sponsors/co-sponsors…

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