Thursday, March 16, 2017

Erdogan Attack Europe Again After Their Leaders Denounce Remarks

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday stepped up the crisis with Europe, despite condemnations issued by the European Union condemned the mentality of "fascism" in force on the continent, blaming the Netherlands responsible for the Srebrenica massacre, which occurred in 1995.

The new attacks by Erdogan at the height of his campaign to strengthen his powers during the forthcoming referendum on April 16, came after a large-scale piracy operation to Twitter accounts abroad carried out by hackers suspected Turkish cross-deployed a letter containing his accusations to Germany and the Netherlands to adopt the practices of "Nazi."

Erdogan said in a speech in Afyon in Western Turkey "have nothing to do with urbanization and the modern world. They killed more than eight thousand Bosnian Muslims in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the massacre in Srebrenica" enclave that was under the protection of peacekeepers Dutch workers within the UN force.

And killed about eight thousand Muslim men and boys by Bosnian Serb forces in July 1995 in Srebrenica.

Erdogan touched on the massacre in a speech last Tuesday, prompting the Dutch Prime Minister Mark roti to be considered these statements "odious travesty of history."

Erdogan also condemned again Wednesday "fascist mentality" prevails on the streets of Europe, where several countries have banned rallies of his supporters as part of a campaign for a referendum on expanding his powers.

He added that "the Jews were treated in the same way in the past," referring to the persecution of Jews during the Nazi era in Germany and in the gallery condemnation of the treatment of ethnic minorities and Muslims in Europe.

And saw Jean Marco, a researcher at the French Institute for the Study of Anatolian that Erdogan and by accusing "The European countries of seeking to return to the Nazi years, the black, and recognizing the problems faced by European countries due to the rising phenomenon of populism and extremism intended to teach them a lesson in democracy at a time when he is preparing to present the draft limits of democracy and the rule of law to vote in the referendum. "

- Piracy-

Long a major piracy operation several accounts on Twitter and international official bodies at the height of a diplomatic crisis between Turkey and European countries. Among the accounts that have been hacked, "Amnesty International" and the French Ministry of Economy or even the body, "BBC," BBC in North America.

In less than 140 characters and with a swastika pirates have their message that includes fiery statements used by Turkish officials, led by Erdogan, since the crisis began, against Germany and the Netherlands.

And about the seventh GMT time message he appeared in Turkish and says "# # Nazi Germany, the Netherlands Nazism. This is also a slap to the Ottoman. Atridan got to know that what I wrote? Turkish-educated."

The following letter included a video recording in which passages from the speeches of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who is running a campaign to gain support for constitutional amendments that expanded presidential powers,

Among the accounts that have been hacked also those of the former French Prime Minister Alain Juppe and former football champion Boris Becker tennis or even football Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund.
The exposure of the European Parliament also accounts for piracy. A spokesman said the organization had targeted "because it is pursuing a permanent situation in Turkey and issued statements about this situation very often."

The spokesman said on Twitter: "We are aware of the problem that occurred this morning and affected several accounts, we've identified the source quickly."

He said the application "Twitter Counter", "it was opening an investigation into an act of piracy," a number of sites, according to the Chairman of the management of the site.

Omer said Gaynor "We opened an investigation into the case. Before reaching any result we have taken measures to contain such Nip operations."

- Denounce Aorobi-

In Strasbourg, expressed by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker for "shock" about Erdogan's comments Wednesday that the Netherlands and Germany, which he accused of "Nazi", saying it does not fit in with Ankara's ambitions to join the European Union.

For his part, President of the European Council Donald Tusk said that no one can be compared to the events in Rotterdam and the Nazi era, while the city "destroyed" by the Germans.

The Bloc House leader of the European liberals in the European Parliament Guy Farhostat, it appropriate to condemn what is happening in Turkey, but "Let our integrity, the presence of Messrs Tusk and Juncker, it is necessary to freeze accession negotiations now."

And it attacked the largest German newspaper "Bild" Wednesday, Turkish President in an article on its front page and considered persona non grata in Germany, accusing him of "jeopardizing the stability of Europe at risk of mad pay power" has.

The newspaper published a front-page picture of the Turkish Prime looked upon signs of discomfort under the title "Bild says Erdogan truth in the face." He wrote the German newspaper that sells a million copies a day, heading to Erdogan, "You are not democratically and you offend your country! I am not your hello here!"

Despite the tension, deemed German Defence Minister Ursula von der Yin in an interview with Agence France-Presse that Turkey should remain within NATO, but pointed out that the Allies should not "give up" with that of the opponents to the Turkish authorities

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