January 14, 2015
The President of Turkey is blaming the French for the Paris massacre.
As I have said, I believe that conspiracy theories which claim these Moslem terrorist attacks were a false flag are Moslem propaganda.
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan accused the West of ‘playing games with the Islamic world’, warning fellow Muslims to be ‘aware’.
Erdogan said Muslims are ‘paying the price’ for the attacks on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish kosher supermarket in Paris last week.
‘French citizens carry out such a massacre, and Muslims pay the price,’ Erdogan said yesterday.
‘That’s very meaningful … Doesn’t their intelligence organisation track those who leave prison?
‘Games are being played with the Islamic world, we need to be aware of this.
‘The West’s hypocrisy is obvious. As Muslims, we’ve never taken part in terrorist massacres. Behind these lie racism, hatespeech and Islamophobia,’ Erdogan added.
Erdogan also denounced Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for attending a solidarity rally in France on Sunday with other world leaders after the Paris attacks.
Erdogan is not the only senior Turkish politicianpublicly voicing conspiracy theories over the Paris attacks.
The Mayor of Ankara, Melih Gokcek, said he was convinced the Israeli intelligence service Mossad was behind the attacks, linking them to France’s recent move towards recognising Palestine as an independent state.
‘Mossad is definitely behind such incidents… it is boosting enmity towards Islam.’ Mr Gokcek said, according to Financial Times.
Obviously, a Moslem using these theories as propaganda doesn’t mean they aren’t true. It does, however, so that the Moslems benefit from this material being spread.
Currently, I still have not seen any actual evidence, beyond speculative rhetoric, that the attacks were some staged hoax, nor have I seen any evidence that Moslems are not capable of doing this.
There is no reason why the Jews would want this to happen and screw up their multicultural agenda in Europe, as it actually is.
There is nothing better that could have happened than this attack, all around. It literally has no down side. Unless you’re a Moslem or a Jew multicult promoter, of course.
For us, there is no negative. At all.
And there isn’t even any negative for Moslems as a whole, unless they are living in Europe or trying to facilitate an invasion as Erdogan obviously is known to be doing, what with all the demands he makes on behalf of the Turks in Europe, his allowing free movement across the Greek border for anyone who shows up. His supporters are constantly evoking the Battle of Vienna and demanding a rematch.
So, his belief in the conspiracy makes sense.
Since this is such great propaganda for us (as far as I know, even the conspiracy supporters don’t disagree with that), maybe it would make sense for those supporting the conspiracy to not be so vocal about it.
Again, I will say that I don’t write this with any desire to offend conspiracy believers. I am simply following my conscience, which I believe I must do.