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‘You are the future of Europe’: Erdogan urges Turks in EU to have at least 5 kids

Despite Europe spending much of the past 13 centuries repelling Islam, a recent emergence of complacency, white guilt and Islamic apologism have all contributed to an ever- Islamized predicament.

Moreover, Islamists routinely point to higher Islamic birth rates and immigration as signs of an impending Muslim victory, as they dream of emulating the precedent set by their phony Prophet Muhammad, in his coordinated Hijrah to Medina of 622 AD.

“‘You are the future of Europe’: Erdogan urges Turks in EU to have at least 5 kids”, RT, March 17, 2017:

Turkish President Recep Erdogan has urged all Turks living in Europe to have at least five children, saying they are the future of the continent and that it would be the best response to the “injustices” imposed on expatriates there.

“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,” Erdogan said in the city of Eskisehir on Friday, according to AP.

The comments were made while the Turkish president was campaigning for a ‘yes’ vote in an upcoming constitutional referendum that would grant him sweeping new powers.

It is the latest in an ongoing string of comments aimed at Europe after Turkish ministers were prevented from holding campaign rallies there.

The Netherlands has bore the brunt of the criticisms, after it prevented the ministers from addressing a crowd in Rotterdam on Sunday, and later used water cannons to disperse Turkish demonstrators in the city.

Since then, Erdogan has hurled a string of insults at the European country, including accusing it of state terrorism, acting like “Nazi remnants,” and having a “rotten” character….

15 thoughts on “‘You are the future of Europe’: Erdogan urges Turks in EU to have at least 5 kids

  1. ‘phony Prophet Muhammad’ that is really rude, for a lot of people he is a sacred figure and whilst you are under no obligation to believe he is a sacred figure, it is polite and mature to show a respect for someone else’s culture and religion. You are being immature and rude, I’m only 14 and even I can tell that from your post)

    1. While I respect Muslim’s rights to practice religious aspects of Islam, I certainly don’t respect Muhammed. Just as how people don’t respect Hitler? I’m under no obligation to curtail my language when speaking about the key inspiration for Islamo- Fascism.

  2. Hey, hey be nice. Turkey is our partner and not just in the San Francisco sense. Don’t forget this is the religion of peace. A philosophy of peace skin to the current liberal Democratic grass roots peace movement here in the US.

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