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Turkey: Vote Until You Get It Right
Anti-Greek Sentiments Unleashed Again

by Vasileios Meichanetsidis  •  June 22, 2019 at 1:30 pm
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  • "Greek settlements in Asia Minor date as far back as the 11th century BC when Greeks emigrated from mainland Greece." -- Asia Minor and Pontos Hellenic Research Center
  • Today, less than half a percent of Turkey's population is Christian.
  • The hostility of the Turkish people in Anatolia seems the result of having been indoctrinated with false information since childhood. Ironically, many Turks who harbor ill will towards Greeks are most likely of Greek origin and are actually insulting no one but their own Greek ancestors and themselves.
Ekrem Imamoglu. Since his now-refuted election as mayor of Istanbul, many Turkish nationalists have been denigrating him for being of "Greek" or "Pontic Greek" origin. Photo:YouTube/Screenshot.
A key issue in Turkey today is the "redo" of the mayoral election in Istanbul, slated for June 23. The first municipal election was held on March 31, but Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan refused to accept its result – the loss of his ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) candidate to that of the opposition Republican People's Party (CHP).
The CHP victor was Ekrem Imamoglu, originally from Trabzon, a city in the heartland of the historically Greek region of Pontos on the Black Sea coast in northeast Asia Minor. Since Imamoglu's now-refuted election as mayor of Istanbul, many Turkish nationalists have been denigrating him for being of "Greek" or "Pontic Greek" origin.
At a public gathering on May 15, for instance, Mehmet Tevfik Göksu, the mayor of Esenler, said:

Monday, 17 June 2019

Turkey's Evil Erdogan Expecting Delivery of Russian S-400s in July

Erdogan Expecting Delivery of Russian S-400s in July

In a bold move, Turkey announced the purchase of advanced missile defense systems from Moscow. This decision could force America to deny Ankara F-35 fighter jets.
Citing Turkey’s NTV,  Reuters news agency reported on Sunday that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that he expects Russia to start delivering  S-400 missile defense systems as early as July.
Turkey’s ambitions to purchase the S-400 system has constrained relations between NATO members. The US is concerned that the sale could provide Russia with access to sensitive technical data if it is operated adjacently to US fighter jets. The country could be facing crippling economic sanctions if it carries out the exchange.
“We discussed the S-400 subject with Russia. Indeed the S-400 issue is settled,” Erdogan said to journalists upon returning from Tajikistan. There, he met with Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
 “I think they will start to come in the first half of July,” Erdogan explained.
 Turkey’s Foreign Minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu threatened that they would “respond” if the US enacts sanctions on Ankara over the plan to buy the defense system.
 “If the United States takes any negative actions toward us, we will also take reciprocal steps,” Cavusoglu told reporters when asked about sanctions. The statement was translated by Reuters of an interview that aired on Turkish TV.
 US Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan penned a letter to his Turkish counterpart saying that the training of Turkish pilots will be halted on July 31. He added that Turkey would not be permitted to take final possession of the F-35 jets it had purchased.

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