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Turkey’s Erdogan Calls For Boycott Of French Goods Over ‘Islamophobic’ Response To Teacher’s Beheading

Turkey’s Erdogan Calls For Boycott Of French Goods Over ‘Islamophobic’ Response To Teacher’s Beheading

Erdoan: “Europe is preparing its own end with its front against Muslims.”

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday called for a boycott of French goods over the country’s response to a school teacher’s beheading in Paris.

“Never give credit to French-labelled goods, don’t buy them,” he said in a televised speech. “I am calling to all my citizens from here to never help French brands or buy them.” 

Erdogan’s Illegitimate Islamaphobic Claims

The Turkish leader accused French President Emmanuel Macron of ‘Islamophobia’ and mental derangement.

“What problem does this person called Macron have with Muslims and Islam? Macron needs treatment on a mental level,” the Turkish president said

Muslims in France were now “subjected to a lynch campaign,” he claimed. “European leaders should tell the French president to stop his hate campaign. 

Erdogan also warned Europe of impending doom as it stands up to Islamism.

“We are confronted daily with new and concerning signs of rising Islamophobia in Europe,” he said. “If they aren’t rid of this disease as soon as possible, it will collapse all of Europe from within.” 

“Europe is preparing its own end with its front against Muslims,” he cautioned

Reuters on Monday reported the Turkish president’s boycott call: 

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan called on Monday for Turks to boycott French goods and urged European Union leaders to halt French leader Emmanuel Macron’s “anti-Islam” agenda.

For a third day running Erdogan said that the French president needed a mental health check, repeating a rebuke that caused France to recall its ambassador from Ankara over the weekend, as he appealed to Turks to shun French products.

“Just like they say ‘Don’t buy good with Turkish brands’ in France, I am calling to all my citizens from here to never help French brands or buy them,” Erdogan said.

France is the 10th biggest source of imports into Turkey and the seventh biggest market for Turkey’s exports, according to Turkey’s statistical institute. Among major French imports, French autos are among the highest selling cars in Turkey.

“European leaders with foresight and morals must break down the walls of fear,” Erdogan said in a speech at the start of a week of activities in Turkey to commemorate the birthday of the Prophet Mohammad.

“They must put an end to the anti-Islam agenda and hate campaign that Macron is leading.”

While Erdogan feigns outrage over fake ‘Islamophobia’ in Europe, he is desecrating ancient Christian sites in Turkey. In July, he converted Hagia Sophia, one of Christianity’s most sacred cathedrals, into a mosque. Turkish authorities under his watch are seizing religious Christian properties, including historic monasteries, cemeteries, and churches.

He is not satisfied by erasing Christianity in Turkey, the cradle of early Christianity. The Turkish president seeks to Islamize Europe through mass-migration and higher Muslim birth-rates.

“Five million of our brothers who have settled there from Turkey will shape the future of Europe.” Erdogan said in a 2017 speech. “I am calling out to my citizens, my brothers and sisters in Europe. (…) Have not just three but five children,” he added.

Erdogan promotes his brand of Islamism by funding a vast network of mosques across Europe. Turkish government finances around 900 mosques in Germany alone. Turkey-funded German mosques have been linked to Islamic State and other Islamist groups. 

Erdogan’s government not only funds such mosques, but it also pushes the false narrative of ‘Islamophobia’ in the West. Every year, Turkey’s state-funded SETA foundation issues a so-called “European Islamophobia Report.” This ‘Islamophobia’ reports blacklists dissenting European newspapers, writers, and politicians. The 2018 edition of the report named UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson among the “central figures in Britain’s Islamophobia network.”

Other Muslim Countries Join Erdogan

It’s not just Erdogan’s Turkey. Many Muslim countries are outraged at the French government’s clampdown on Islamist organizations following the recent beheading of a French history teacher who showed Mohammad caricatures from the Charlie Hebdo magazine to his class during a discussion on free speech. 

“Calls to boycott French products grow in Muslim world after Macron backs Mohammed cartoons,” CNN reported. 

“President has become a hate figure in Islamic world over response” to the beheading of the French school teacher, the left-wing UK newspaper The Guardian explained. 

“Muslim world condemns Macron, France over treatment of Islam,” Qatar’s state-owned Al Jazeera network reported.

Muslims on social media “are pouring out their feelings under the English hashtags #BoycottFrenchProducts and #Islam and #NeverTheProphet in Arabic. (…) Since Friday, social media has been awash with criticism of Macron in countries from west to east, including the UK, Kuwait, Qatar, Palestine, Egypt, Algeria, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Turkey.”

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan joined Erdogan. President Macron has “chosen to deliberately provoke Muslims, including his own citizens, and encouraged the display of blasphemous cartoons targeting Islam and the Holy Prophet,” he complained

In a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Khan on Sunday called on the social media giant to crack down on ‘Islamophobic’ speech in France and other countries. 

“In France, Islam has been associated with terrorism and publication of blasphemous cartoons targeting Islam and our Holy Prophet have been allowed,” he wrote. “I am writing to draw your attention to the growing Islamophobia that is encouraging hate, extremism and violence across the world and especially through the use of social media platforms including Facebook.”

In response, Facebook pledged to purge ‘Islamophobic’ content in France and elsewhere.

“We’ll remove this hate speech as soon as we become aware of it,” a Facebook spokeswoman said in a statement, agreeing with Pakistan’s Prime Minister the company said it had “more work to do” in stamping out ‘Islamophobia’ and other sorts of offensive speech. 


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Fine. And now France can boycott Turkish goods and discourage its citizens from vacationing there. I know Macron has already said he will no do this, but Turkey would pay a very price.

Europe has been overthrown by subversives.

Morning Sunshine | October 28, 2020 at 1:25 pm

Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.

see: Reconquista
Song of Roland
Siege of Vienna


I’m done with Turkish towels.

2smartforlibs | October 28, 2020 at 1:33 pm

Come on man, who respects the frogs?

You can’t be upset about q beheading or you’re an Islamophobe. See how easy it is for foreign powers to coopt leftist language and use it against us? I’m sure that couldn’t be by design on anything

These days, I can’t decide whether Lawrence of Arabia or A Clockwork Orange was more prophetic.

Look at those fools in their silly robes. Turks, and their kin, invented pants or trousers. And gave them up for these Arabic nonsense that goes back to 3,000 BC.

Reclaim Byzantium.

Paul In Sweden | October 28, 2020 at 2:18 pm

It was not too many years ago when I was very worried that the EU was going to move forward with their plans to make Turkey a member state. It has been quite some time since I heard that kind of absurd talk.

““What problem does this person called Macron have with Muslims and Islam? Macron needs treatment on a mental level,” the Turkish president said.”

Maybe the problem he has is with Muslims beheading people. WTF?

Does Turkey produce any goods I can boycott?
OK! Name three!

    Milhouse in reply to paracelsus. | October 28, 2020 at 5:50 pm

    Well looking in my pantry I find canned eggplant in tomato sauce from Turkey. It’s rather nice, but I can do without it, or learn to make it myself.

Q : How do you spot the difference between a radical militant Muslim and a Moderate Muslim?

A : A radical militant Muslim thinks that if you “disrespect” or make fun of Islam he should kill you.

A Moderate Muslim thinks that if you “disrespect” or make fun of Islam a radical militant Muslim should kill you.

    UserP in reply to BobM. | October 28, 2020 at 4:05 pm

    All Muslims are moderate Muslims up to the point where they kill someone. Then, and only then, are they termed radical.

“we’re Muslims and you’re supposed to let us murder you.” Yeah, that makes sense.

Muslims have every right to practice Islam by beheading people who insult the Prophet. If your stupid enough to let Muslims in your country you have to accept that Muslims will practice Islam.

    Milhouse in reply to ConradCA. | October 28, 2020 at 5:53 pm

    That’s not what our founders thought. They were very clear that the free exercise of religion was meant to include “Mahometans”, but did not extend to beheadings.

      Arminius in reply to Milhouse. | October 29, 2020 at 1:04 am

      There is no such thing as the free exercise of Islam. We may have been dumbed down enough to believe that fiction, and by that I mean you but not me, but Islam is not a religion that gives its adherents any choice in any matter.

      Surah 33:36 “It is not for a believing man or a believing woman, when Allah and His Messenger have decided a matter, that they should [thereafter] have any choice about their affair. And whoever disobeys Allah and His Messenger has certainly strayed into clear error.”

      When Nidal Malik Hasan gunned down his fellow Soldiers aboard Fort Hood in November 2009 it wasn’t, to him, a choice. Or rather, the choice was to burn in hellfire for eternity or do what a dutiful slave of Allah is commanded to do. There are only three justifications for a Muslim to kill another Muslim. Zina, or sexual impurity i.e. adultery, the blood whit (vengeance upon a professing Muslim who kills another Muslim without right), and apostasy.

      Are you a secular Jew, Milhouse? Because I am convinced only believers can understand why he killed. He gave a FREAKING POWERPOINT PRESENTATION to his colleagues citing chapter and verse about why a supposed anonymous Muslim when given the only two alternatives of going to Jennah after killing the American kuffar (Islamic paradise) or hell for killing fellow Muslims without right had no alternative but to kill Americans.

      His colleagues, and I don’t automatically assume atheists can’t get it, got it. Malik Nidal Hasan’s reporting seniors had more important things to worry about. Getting promoted.

      “[T]he free exercise of religion was meant to include “Mahometans”, but did not extend to beheadings.”

      Then you don’t understand Islam. Thomas Jefferson and John Adams did. It’s why we have a U.S. Navy. “Not one penny for tribute,” was the battle cry, “But a million dollars for defense.” Again, who ever said Islam didn’t have a positive civilizing effect upon the world? I give you the Barbary Coast Pirates and America’s Navy and Marine Corps.

      “To the shores of Tripoli,” m@$^&%f@$%er. I give you Stephen Decatur and Presley O’Bannon.

      I’m curious, Milhouse. There is no difference between “beheadings” and the “free exercise of Islam?”

      On what planet? Please doubt me.

        Milhouse in reply to Arminius. | October 29, 2020 at 11:42 am

        No, Arminius, I am certainly not a secular Jew. And I understand what a commitment to follow God’s orders means.

        However, 1. Islam does not require an individual to go around beheading offenders, any more than US law requires (or even allows) individuals to go around imprisoning criminals. That’s called kidnapping. It also does not allow individuals to wage jihad without a declaration of war by a caliph, which is why it was so important to the “Islamic State” to elect Abu Bakr to that position.

        2. Regardless of the above, the founders’ guarante of the free exercise of religion, which they explicitly intended to include Islam, was never intended to exempt religion from generally applicable laws that were made with no intention of targeting religion. Such as the laws against beheading people.

        For instance, although Congress chose to exempt religious practice from Prohibition, it didn’t have to. It could have banned kiddush and communion wine, and those who believed it was required would have been forced to break the law.

        On a different note, “Millions for defence but not a penny in tribute” is not only a fake quote (the actual quote was “No, not a sixpence”), but never had anything to do with Moslems. The demand for tribute in question was not made by the Barbary pirates but by the French foreign minister.

        As for the Barbary pirates we did pay them tribute, and only went to war when the tribute didn’t help.

Better to go ahead and get this over with now.
This was a big step for France, but France needs to do more to separate itself from this oppressive, supremacist ideology by many more means- preferably ways that would encourage self-deportation.

“preparing its own end”? France has already ended. What, is Erdogan now a comedian?


The Word if God clearly says you will reap what you so. Well

The Word of God CLEARLY states “You will reap what you sow. Well France, you new what you were getting when you allowed the Muslims to enter your country. Now quit whining, you got what you asked for.