By Walid Shoebat (Shoebat Exclusive)
Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey has become so interesting these days that no day passes by without considering the question: is this man just an another Antichrist or is he the Antichrist? After all he just made the type of declaration one finds in the Bible: “We Intend To Make Our Army The Strongest Force In The World And The Region,” Erdogan said which the Anadolu Agency, the main Turkish news agency has posted as a headline. And we ask, is this not similar to when the Bible predicted: “Who is like the beast? Who can wage war against it?” (Revelation 13:4) And as if this is not enough, Erdogan just produced a new documentary The Mastermind which opens up with the scenes of a rebuilt Temple in Jerusalem and the Dome of the Rock spewing all sorts of evil against the Jews. With all of Erdogan’s latest actions, if one is to elect the rise of a new Hitler, Erdogan is the man.
Turkey’s fatal wound fits the the context: “One of the heads of the beast seemed to have had a fatal wound, but the fatal wound had been healed”. Turkey’s revival of it’s wounded Ottoman Empire is getting healed both religiously and militarily.
Erdogan is not making an empty declaration when he says “We will make our army the strongest force in the world and the region,” Turkey joins China and India in attempting to become a large scale military supplier through several high profile ongoing development programs. Turkey has the second largest army in NATO, second only to that of the United States, and the second largest one in Europe, second only to Russia. The Turkish armed forces Türk Silahli Kuvvetleri – TSK have a total active manpower of about half a million soldiers, with reserves of 378,700. The land force has a total active manpower of 402,000, including 325,000 conscripts with approximately 258,700 troops in reserve.
And if it can’t get any worse then this, this week one of Erdogan’s henchmen from the AKP Party tweeted a headliner which was a shock in the media: “Get ready for Erdogan’s Caliphate …”
Okay, if thats not bad enough, it even gets worse when we see Erdogan’s March 16th publication titled Ust Akil (The Mastermind), where one enters an extremely dark side of Erdogan’s thinking process on how he views the Jews. The term Ust Akil (The Mastermind) was introduced by Erdogan himself, a sensational two hour “documentary”, produced by A Haber, Erdogan’s main TV propaganda machine, billed as an expose of the great international conspiracy targeting Erdogan’s “New Turkey.”
The documentary, which supposed to be an anti-conspiracy theory promotion turns out to be nothing more than a conspiracy theory in itself, a sequel to The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, the early 20th century anti-Semitic hoax claiming to describe a Jewish plot for global domination. In The Mastermind, it opens up with the scenes of a rebuilt Temple in Jerusalem and the Dome of the Rock.
Erdogan’s production is a mystery about who controls the world and the conclusion is simple: The Mastermind is none other than The Jew.
So perhaps, what is no conspiracy theory, is that Erdogan is the best candidate to match Adolf Hitler’s anti-Semitism. This time, this Hitler will take with him an entire Muslim World. After all, the Jew is the mind, the documentary tell us, that “rules the world, burns, destroys, starves, wages wars, organizes revolutions and coups, and establishes states within states.” Is this any different from what Hitler sold to the masses?
To explain why Jews do all these horrible things, the documentary goes back 3,500 years, right to the time of Moses. It describes the Exodus from Egypt, lists the Ten Commandments and mentions the Ark of the Covenant. Turkish academic Ramazan Kurtoglu then explains that Jews are very angry today because the Ark of the Covenant is lost. That is why, he argues, when the United States occupied Iraq in 2003, the real plan was to search for the old manuscripts that would help the Jews find the Ark.
The film then jumps to three “important figures,” or three great Jews, who supposedly left their mark on world history. The first is Maimonides, a “rabbi” who allegedly argued that “Jews are masters, other human beings are slaves.” The second is Charles Darwin, who the documentary confidently describes as Jewish. Then comes Leo Strauss, the American political thinker whose ideas inspired the neoconservatives.
Then we hear from a series of Turkish “experts” who explain how “the children of Israel” want to dominate the world, subjugate other peoples and thus surround the world like a “giant octopus.”
A “historian” asserts that Darwin proposed his theory only to depict non-Jews as “animals” — an idea that he believes is rooted in Judaism. At every stage, the film reminds us how the Judaic “mastermind” has oppressed humanity for thousands of years, making the world a stage for a perpetual war between good and evil.
After all these shocking revelations, the documentary arrives at the real subject: Turkey. We are told that the mastermind (the Jews) is particularly worried about Turkey and hates to see it as an “independent” power disrupting all its evil schemes. The Ottoman Empire collapsed due to the conspiracies of the mastermind, we are told, and the politics of Republican Turkey have been constantly manipulated. Every military coup or political assassination in Turkey was organized by the mastermind, who toppled great leaders such as Sultan Abdul Hamid II, Adnan Menderes and Turgut Ozal.
The choice of these three was not for no reason since they mimicked Erdogan’s dreams. Sultan Abdul Hamid II was the 34th and last Sultan of the Ottoman Empire who instituted widespread pogroms and government-sanctioned massacres of Armenians. Adnan Menderes was more tolerant towards different forms of practice of Islam and wanted to legalize the Arabic language before he was ousted in a military coup. This shows that Erdogan’s belief that the Jews conspired to kill Turkish figures perhaps plays a role in Erdogan’s paranoia in which every meal that goes before the Turkish president, is rigorously tested both at home and abroad for fear of assassination which even his personal doctor said.
Erdogan appointed a special food analysis laboratory built at Erdogan’s controversial presidential palace to make sure all his food is safe to eat, Cevdet Erdol told the Hurriyet newspaper.
“It’s usually not through bullets that prominent figures are being assassinated these days,” Erdol said.
Currently, samples of the president’s food are analysed in laboratories in both Ankara and Istanbul and during his visits abroad, he said.