Monday, 25 May 2015

Why is Cameron pushing for Turkey's entry into the EU?


In 2010, British Prime Minister David Cameron began his first push to help gain Turkey entry into the EU:

‘David Cameron has promised to “fight” for Turkey’s membership of the European Union, saying he is “angry” at the slow pace of negotiations.

On his first visit as prime minister, he said the country could become a “great European power”, helping build links with the Middle East.

He compared hostility to the membership bid in some parts of the EU with the way the UK’s entry was once regarded’.

With modern Europe so fanatic about its ‘human rights’ and ‘social justice’, it’s a mystery how this become a priority of one of the most liberal nations in the EU. Mind you, this is the same Turkey which has imprisoned more journalists than any other nation in the world, continues to illegally occupy Northern Cyprus, and openly supports jihadists against the legitimate Syrian government. The abuses of the Turkish state have sparked outrage from around the continent, with many Europeans firmly against the criminal actions orchestrated by Ankara.

The criminal state of Turkey is on record for launching an all-out brutal civil war against their own Kurdish citizens, and has neither apologised or even recognised the genocides they have committed towards the indigenous Christians, who occupied Anatolia thousands of years before their Turko-Mongol barbarian forefathers left the Steppes of Central Asia.  The entry of Turkey into the European Union would be ironically the most un-European move anyone could make, stepping on the graves of the thousands of Christian Europeans who gave their lives in order to stop the Asiatic hordes from entering Constantinople, Vienna and Kosovo.

Shortly before been re-elected in recent UK elections, it was only months ago that David Cameron was still championing Turkey’s entry into the EU:

David Cameron says he “very much supports” Turkey joining the European Union, despite his pledge to reduce net migration in Britain to tens of thousands and his promised referendum on whether the UK should leave the EU.

Speaking in the Turkish capital Ankara after talks with Prime Minister Ahmet Davotoglu, Cameron said: “In terms of Turkish membership of the EU, I very much support that. That’s a longstanding position of British foreign policy which I support. We discussed that again in our talks today.”

The UK Prime Minister said it remains a “long-standing goal” for Britain that Turkey should join the 28-member bloc. Turkey started accession talks on 3 October 2005.

During Cameron’s last visit to Turkey in July 2010, he said: “I’m here to make the case for Turkey’s membership of the EU. And to fight for it.”

He added he wanted to “pave the road” for it to join the EU, adding that Turkey was ‘vital for our economy, vital for our security and vital for our diplomacy’”.

One can only laugh at Cameron’s comment about admitting Turkey into the EU for ‘security’ reasons. Are we to seriously believe that opening the boarders to untold numbers of Muslims is of vital ‘security’ importance?

For those Europeans fortunate enough to not live in a Muslim ghetto, Turkey has millions of backward Muslim fundamentalists who dominate the regional lands of their country. Their relatives, who occupy the slums of Germany and after 3 generations of free education, welfare and access to health facilities, are still riddled with mass unemployment, crime, and other anti-social behaviours. Turkey’s entry into the EU would mean all Turks would have free access to the streets of Paris, Berlin, London, and Madrid, directly from their run down villages in the Middle East. Such a move is deeply opposed by Golden Dawn, with MEP Synadinos openly rejecting the idea that Turkey (and Albania) can ever be part of the European family.

Why is Cameron pushing for Turkey’s entry into the EU?

There are many reasons why the EU bureaucrats would push for such a move. The cultural Marxist attack against homogenous Europe can only be strengthened by Turkey’s admission into the EU, as well as serving for a base of cheap labour once the Eastern Bloc states see their living standards significantly rise and unable to fill the cheap labour market for the capitalist elite.

Specifically regarding Cameron and the Turkish heads of State, it is important to highlight some rather interesting facts that may help explain this strange love affair for Cameron and his ‘Turkish’ counterparts. The current President of Turkey, Ahmet Davutoglu, has been exposed by one of Turkey’s  leading professors, Professor Yalcin Kucuk-

The Karaite Jews are one of the oldest Jewish communities of Eastern Europe, with their base in Crimea, they were an integral part of the Khazar kingdom during the 8th and 9th century. In the 19th and early 20th century, many influential Karaite families migrated from Crimea to what is now modern Turkey. Much like Donmehs, the Karaites adopted superficial elements of Sunni-Islam, in order to help reach governing and influential positions within Turkish society.

It has now been revealed that the name ‘Davutoglu’ is a well known Jewish-Karaite family name, literally meaning ‘Son of David’. Meanwhile, ‘David’ Cameron, is a direct descendant of a Jewish international financier who helped funnel the Rothschild’s money to fund the Russo-Japanese war. If the bonds of the tribe prove once again to be thicker than blood, we can expect more collaboration between these 2 crypto-Jewish heads of state, in order to undermine the racial integrity of Europe.  

2 comments:

  1. Chris Pantelides26 May 2015 at 08:29

    Your geopolitical analysis is the best I've seen, I'd expect nothing less. It is inspiring to know that the Anatolian Greek diaspora will not be forgotten. Lycaonia and Kappadokia, forever.

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  2. I hope Greece can improve its situation by voting for Golden Dawn.

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