Donald Trump Praises Islamist Erdogan In Turkey. While Trump Wants To Ban Muslims From Entering The U.S. Should We All Be Excited To Find Out That Trump Stands On The Side Of This Devil?

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By Walid Shoebat

Mr. Donald Trump had nothing but praise for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the man behind the rising Caliphate in Turkey. How could this be? Is Trump part of this kingdom of Antichrist? Are we about to get rid of Obama, Erdogan’s slave puppet to only be replaced by Trump, another puppet? Boy, did we screw up in supporting Donald Trump as King of the U.S?

Trump is saying things we hate. Regarding Erdogan defeating the coup Trump said: “I give great credit to him for being able to turn that around,” Mr. Trump said of the coup attempt on Friday night praising Erdogan. “Some people say that it was staged, you know that,” he said. “I don’t think so.”

Asked if Mr. Erdogan was exploiting the coup attempt to purge his political enemies, Mr. Trump did not call for the Turkish leader to observe the rule of law, or Western standards of justice. “When the world sees how bad the United States is and we start talking about civil liberties, I don’t think we are a very good messenger,” he said.

He even went on, extolling the public response (these were pro-Muslim Brotherhood) to reports of the failed coup that brought out protesters to the streets:

You know, the first hour, it seemed like it was over. Then all of a sudden, and the amazing thing is the one that won that was the people. They came out on the streets, and the army types didn’t want to drive over them like they did in Tiananmen Square when they sort of drived them over, and that was the end of that. Right? People said, I’m not going to drive over people. The people came out of their homes, and they were not in favor of what the military was doing. So that was quite impressive from the standpoint of existing government.

When asked about the implications of the ongoing purge, he echoed the arguments of those from a very different side of the political spectrum than that of Trump’s conservative base: What right do we in the United States have to criticize the condition of human rights elsewhere? Trump said:

I think right now when it comes to civil liberties, our country has a lot of problems, and I think it’s very hard for us to get involved in other countries when we don’t know what we are doing and we can’t see straight in our own country. We have tremendous problems when you have policemen being shot in the streets, when you have riots, when you have Ferguson. When you have Baltimore. When you have all of the things that are happening in this country — we have other problems, and I think we have to focus on those problems. When the world looks at how bad the United States is, and then we go and talk about civil liberties, I don’t think we’re a very good messenger.

What most need to understand about Trump is that Trump is definately an isolationist. One can easily read his mind. What he sees in Turkey where police defeated a coup is as if Americans arose to defeat the anti-police tyranny here in the U.S. As it seems that the devil provoked Trump to jealousy when he views Turkey’s coup.

But Trump completely misses the picture on comparing the two scenarios. Lets say if Obama began to mess with our constitution and wanted to extend his presidency where the U.S. military intervenes finally trying to topple Obama to only succumb to Obama’s militia-run police.

Trump simply doesn’t get it.

The problem with Trump is that he is ignorant on the Middle East when he compares Turkey with the U.S. That plus he equates intervening with Erdogan is the same as we intervened with Saddam Hussein. He is no historian and Trump knows little of Erdogan’s intent to invade Syria and Egypt in the future and perhaps he cares less and sees this as Saddam Hussein invading Kuwait.

But when it comes to Turkey, regardless if Trump is in power or Hillary is in power or Obama is in power … the U.S. will always support its NATO ally Turkey. The difference is that Hillary and Obama will aid it with full knowledge of their sinister plans while Trump is simply naive and we hope he learns by experience from mistake.

But there is one plus in Trump’s policy which many hate: Russia. When it comes to Russia most republicans threaten with the sixth fleet and all sorts of sanctions. Trump wants none of it. Russia got Crimea which will set the stage to invade Turkey in the future.

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Other naive candidates like Cruz supported the Ukrainians and Americans forget Ukraine’s support for the Nazis because they quickly forget history focusing more on Russia’s expansions.

The problem with America is that it focuses on getting an A+ on electronics while it focuses little on history always getting an F on the subject. Having said that, the plus about America is that it gets an A+ on electronics which is key in making superior weapons to finally put an end to tyrannies when it threatens U.S interest. This is what Trump wants. We the Middle Eastern Americans who love this country can’t have it both ways. We simply try to introduce the best of two worlds to a sleepy society.

America has the memory of a donkey instead of an elephant. As I said before, history will repeat itself. And while America focuses on Cruz’s and Melania’s speeches, they forget that Islam’s Muhammad gave a speech to invade Christendom and from the date of that speech in 629 A.D to 1871, Islam began its onslaught against Christianity it was 1260 lunar years of nothing but hell (1871 – 629 = 1260 lunar years).

Islam finally had to be stopped, but it was not weakened by the act of man. In Daniel 2:34, this colossus was destroyed without human hand. God intervened for the Christians to finally end Turkey’s menace when in 1871 A.D, Turkey was struck with one of history’s worst famines and then followed by one of the world’s greatest locust invasions sent by God three years later in 1874 A.D, 1260 lunar years from when Islam did its first occupation of a Christian country invading Syria at 633 A.D in the Siege of Damascus (Erdogan, like his Muhammad, will also invade Damascus). And then the locusts hit the Ottomans again in 1915 blocking the sun in Jerusalem.

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Battle of Megiddo (1918) at Armageddon

But God did not spare the United States. Massive locust invasions hit the United States right after when it declared U.S. neutrality (just like Trump says) in World War I in 1914 refusing to fight the Muslim Ottomans. During these times and before Communism the U.S. abandoned Russia which was fighting Japan and the Muslim Ottomans.

Nothing ever changes and history will repeat itself, Believe Me! The U.S. as we see today, cozied up with the Ottomans in the beginning to later declare war on the German Empire and its Muslim ally on April 6, 1917.

In the coming Armageddon they will turn their backs on England and Russia including supporting the Antichrist against Russia and only turn around at the tail end.

If only America becomes a true elephant, things will turn out much better. Believe me!

To learn more about this subject, read:

The Most Fascinating Bible Prophecy Reveals The Muslim Caliphate Will Revive And Invade Europe But God Intervenes With Plagues And Swarming Locusts And Defeats Them

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  • Richard

    Trump is indeed ignorant of history and the middle east, but he’ll soon learn his lessons and quick too. If he doesn’t dear help the US.

    • Paul

      Perhaps; the mistakes with Gaddafi & Saddam is still too fresh in some people’s minds to wish Erdogan the same fate.

      • susan

        It’s the military base. What a pain in the butt that’s turned out to be. And we don’t have enough aircraft carriers. I still remember o saying we didn’t need more. He’s right in league with the devil when he made that statement. And the recently deployed carriers aren’t even working properly. 🙁

        • Paul

          Other than that one as to ask whether “muslim brotherhood” hated Gaddafi & Saddam and loves Erdogan?

          • susan

            True.

        • DeusLoVult

          My lady, we have 10 aircraft carriers. And new ones are being built. We have far more than any other country.

          • Two2trees

            Sure. But you have to actually use them, and wisely – and your enemy had better not doubt that you would use them.

          • DeusLoVult

            The Navy is weak right now, no doubt. They’re going to learn some tough lessons in the near future and suffer bloody consequences for their policy errors, I suspect. But they’ll manage.

          • susan

            lol. Are you telling me to relax? 😉

          • DeusLoVult

            No, my lady. I’m telling you that the quantity of aircraft carriers isn’t the problem. 😉

          • susan

            lol. I was just picking on you.. ;). Thanks for the information. I didn’t realize we had so FEW! :D. Gotta go. Dinner is waiting. Thanks for the info Deus. It’s been awhile since I’ve seen you here. You been on vacation?

          • DeusLoVult

            lol I won’t ask what number you think is appropriate, my lady. 😉

            6 days ago…that’s when I last commented. Not too long ago.

          • Grandmere

            He’s been busy working in a Tank.

          • susan

            Ahh. Thank you Grandmere. 🙂

          • Grandmere

            None of us are gonna be able to relax until Jesus comes. It is on whether we are ready or not.

          • charles

            Aircraft Carriers were easily sunk and disabled, I hope this will
            not happen in the next war

          • DeusLoVult

            They’re more protected than they used to be. I don’t think it will be so easy now.

    • Michael Powell

      Indeed, but Killary is a known quantity, FWIW. DJT for President!

    • Woody

      Yes, Trump is human and knows he does not know all–his success as a business man is that he knows how to hire great advisors. That’s all I want–look BO hired Joe Biden and then hides him most of the time.

  • Indian Christian Crusader

    It is strange that WORLDNETDAILY and JOSEPH FARAH have completely sidelined Walid Shoebat and Theodore Shoebat, instead they are acknowledging only Joel Richardson for teaching the world about the Islamic antichrist. I have raised my voice there and have told WND to give Walid and theodore shoebat credit for raising this awareness of Islamic Antichrist, as said in the bible. – http://www.wnd.com/2015/06/worlds-events-prompt-christians-to-watch-for-antichrist/

    • susan

      Did Joel get sucked into the Sufi movement?

    • Trevor

      First, screw World Nut Daily. That website is nothing but paranoid conspiracy theory driven site.

      Second, SCREW Joel Richardson. Yes, I am salty about him because he could not handle disagreement over the Crusades. I still have pictures of my conversations with him over Twitter until he blocked me. If you go to his website and check out a video, you will see him interviewing a Turkish playboy who is a snake oil salesman posing as a friendly Muslim. In that video, that playboy horribly butchered the interpretation of 2nd Thessalonians 2 about the Antichrist and all Joel Richardson, being a “scholar”, could muster was, “Ah, that’s interesting.”

      That’s why Walid wrote two or three stinging articles about Richardson.

      • Woody

        Sent this to Walid who asked me 6 months ago:

        Finally found you; got the answer to the question you asked about 6 months ago;;; from Fr Vince Paqua–he speaks 13 languages fluently so he is semi-smart; he said since the beginning of Christianity there has been 77,000,000 martyrs and and 40,000,000 have been in the last 100 years which kind of surprised him. God Bless

    • We actually enjoy being isolationists Indian. It actually works out for the better for reasons unknown. We grew 10 fold since.

      • Grandmere

        Kamau can row a lot faster without all that dead weight.

    • Raph Sebastian

      Farah tried to twist Walid’s arm and get him to bend over, bend over to the homosexual agenda, the “counter jihad movement” and such, because of funding. WND gets it’s funding from agenda driven individuals.

      Walid refused to bend over and as you know foul fowls of a feather stick together. They then went on a faux crusade to smear Walid.

      Walid is and the only one that first brought biblical eschatology with a Mid-East-centric view into the minds of many millions. Debunking the long held beliefs of Rome being the anti-Christ, debunking popular myths that have been incorporated into Revelation and scripture in general, changing the minds of many millions as well through this process, bringing so many back into the truth, the real teachings of the Catholic Church thorough his own conversion and through his no frills cut to the bone messages through his articles on this website and elsewhere. This is something no one can deny, but as you know, haters will hate.

      • When I first came out, the Arab Muslim said I was Falangist Lebanese Maronite Christian in disguise.

        The liberal simply said that I went from one extreme to another.

        Then the liberal said I was a fraud.

        And when I actually went to a Maronite Church and became Catholic, then the ones who said were my friends said that I went from one extreme to another, plus I was a fraud adding even further that I was a spy for the vatican, still Palestinian, just like (or even worse than) ISIS … they actually collected what the Muslim said, what the liberal said and added more and they stung worse than the liberal or the Muslim.

        The Muslim mimics the Catholic in many ways. He steals Catholic form of worship. He steals Catholic beads and imitates the Rosary, has a Mihrab imitating an altar, the imam faces his back to the crowd just as the Latin priest does … he even chants and makes his buildings with curves stolen from Catholic Spain … he structures his system where they have a form of authority. He looks like a lamb (Catholic) and speaks like a dragon (is a devil).

        The Catholic hating babbler mouths sees this and he says that the Catholic and the Muslim have similar things, therefore Catholics invented Islam. He then takes from the Catholic the Bible, the blueprint, while he throws aways the entire building. He walks around with this blueprint and constructs from it his own taste as to how the ark should look like that will save him from the coming flood. Simple row-boats and canoes … He waves this blueprint as the Muslim waves his Quran and says that God speaks through him. He orders you to follow him or else God will strike you. He has become God, judge, jury … everything, when in reality he is simply the grasshopper whom God says of them “I did not send these prophets, yet they have run with their message; I did not speak to them, yet they have prophesied … I have heard what the prophets say who prophesy lies in my name. They say, ‘I had a dream! I had a dream!’ 26How long will this continue in the hearts of these lying prophets, who prophesy the delusions of their own minds? They think the dreams they tell one another will make my people forget my name”.

        • Raph Sebastian

          Wow! I knew they hated you, brother Walid, but I didn’t know it was that bad, this is the impression I get from what I read from the undertones in your reply. Truly you are better off without these people, who in actuality in my opinion, were hanging onto your coattails riding along with the truth you brought us.

          The anti-Catholic knows no remorse, their glib lies are learnt and inherited, he will blatantly repeat them thinking he is right, we have seen this over and over again. Until he eventually actually sees his errors and regrets his words, he will continue down this path of spiritual destruction. I have had a few come to me and cry begging for forgiveness for what they have said many many years prior in some of the exchanges we had. All I say to them is I am glad they have come out of wilderness and found their way back home to the Father’s house.

          I’ve had even here in my exchanges with a few, who say the same things. Nuns cover up their heads, as do muslim women, Not knowing that I have seen nuns remove their veils to cover the faces of dead people, even one who was close to my family used her veil to cover the feet of my father when what he had on was not enough to keep out the cold. A muslim woman will never do that. Catholics have rosaries as do muslims, as you have pointed out. Both Catholics and muslim revere the Blessed Mother and all of teh things you have stated.

          I tell them they muslims stole all these to look and sound legitimate, but of course such reasonings will never reach the ears of of haters.

          Our churches have domes and arches because we were the first to discover what the effects of a dome and arch was, while the muslims were still living in their mud huts and tents. Sound waves and resonance was already a well established science in the Christian world. We didn’t need microphones and megaphones to call people to prayer, a simple bell hung and rung at the highest point in the church building was all that was needed. Entering into our churches, glorious songs of praise would be heard without the need of amplifiers and speakers, this is what I hate to this very day as well.

          This is a perfect example of how things should be:

        • filomena seiffert

          I do not understand why protestants listen to their false “prophets”, they, the prophets make false predictions yearly or daily. John Hagee is a master of false predictions and very politically minded. I remember he telling on TV, Jesus appeared to Bush and told him He, Jesus, wanted Bush to be the president. Hagee is full of bologne. Other who cashed in selling books with predictions of the end of the world in 2000, was Hall Lindsey, politically driven as well. All the prophecies made by protestants, not a single one came to pass.

          • mspip

            i agree that hagee is as you describe him. hal lindsey and many others also are not truthful.

        • Lidia

          I noticed that too on how the Muslims mimic the Catholic Church. Same applies to their future prophecies. I wonder if the actual Mahdi is even a Muslim. He could just be a Catholic prince who invades Constantinople to fight against the antichrist (Dajjal) and their Jesus is actually the real one but he has nothing to do with Islam. Their version of Jesus is wrong. I watched that video in your previous article and heard Sheikh Imran Hosein talk about the invasion of Constantinople. It was interesting because you can see some similarities. In the end, he says that the Ottomans will be defeated by the Mahdi and Istanbul will be re-named Constantinople and Hagia Sophia will be a church again. I cannot see a Muslim Jihad Prince (Mahdi) apologizing on behave of all Muslims to the Christians about Constantinople and handing back Hagia Sophia to the Christians. The only Muslim who would do this is Imran Hosein. Interestingly, his fellow Muslims in Albania, Kosovo (Albanians) and Bosnia and other Muslims do NOT like him because of his closeness to the Orthodox Christians and his prophecies related to them. They are calling him a traitor.

          • Julie

            It is very confusing and I just avoid…the devil is great mixing up falsehoods with Truth.

            Blessed Mother is felt by many to lead the Muslims into Christianity.

    • Mary Pray for Us

      Let’s go further than that. Let’s make Walid Secretary of State and Theodore Ambassador to the UN. Can you imagine how wonderful that would be? I mean, I know it’s politics at that point but they would represent truth and reason in a dying and deceptive world. Trump needs someone who will say, “No, Mr. President, you’re wrong, Turkey is a HUUUUGE problem!”

  • Doc

    I am hoping that the situation in Turkey is being deliberately soft-pedaled by offcials in the US to allow diplomats to work toward a solution behind the scenes. I fear the worst, though, and that Erdogan will stop at nothing to get those nukes. He will then use them to bring about world chaos necessary for the Mahdi to appear, and, of course, since he believes himself to be the Mahdi, he will be right there to take advantage of the chaos.

  • Eric

    Naive is the best way to put it. I agree 100%

    Trump will learn, I think. Like you said, he does not know a lot about history, and probably does not know all that much about Turkey, let alone Erdogan. He is Naive of their plans, and Hilary and Obama are fully aware of and agree with them, along with helping them.

    Trump speaks his mind, and often quickly. His naivety in the issues of the middle east is apparent here. No question. But, I think he will learn as time goes on. I have a feeling that Trump will not take the idea of being bossed around by Turkey lightly. As time goes on, I think he’ll wake up to the fact that Erdogan is nothing but bad news.

    I agree with you that we often can’t have it both ways. This is disappointing, I agree. However, Trump at least understands that banning Muslims from the US is important. That is a plus. His isolationist policies will benefit the US, and keep us away from Nation building. His view on Russia is right on, and that will allow Russia to make moves on Turkey in the Future, which America will end up supporting.

    Trump’s focus is making America strong and safe again. He’s also spoken many, many times on protecting Christians here in the US and abroad, and has been the only one talking about such issues. He even recently talked about getting rid of the Johnson Amendment, which was put in place by President Johnson, which prohibits Pastors and Churches from talking about Politics. I commend him for that.

    Trump’s statements here are a classic example of human error. And the naiveté of people. An example of someone not understanding fully what is going on. And, to be honest, I don’t think most Americans know of Erdogan’s plans either.

    Trump’s comparisons to the coup and the police stuff here going on in the US simply shows, like stated above in the Article. his lack of understanding on such issues. I belive he will learn.

    I will take a naive man like Trump who sincerely wants to protect America, her people, and Christians abroad over an evil witch like Hillary who knowingly would aid and abide evil. I have faith Trump will learn from his mistakes, and eventually realize the errors he said here.

    In the meanwhile, I will pray for Mr. Trump to gain wisdom, protection, and knowledge as he goes forward. Superman will also send him things to educate him on what we are facing.

    • Kamau41

      A very well balanced points Superman.

      • Eric

        Thanks, Kamamu. 🙂

      • Superman is only balanced when he is flying and you are only balanced when you are rowing, 41.

        • Kamau41

          Sounds good to me Chef!

  • Dominus

    What I hope regarding Donald J. Trump is that his known trait of stubborness which serves him well now, won’t sway him, or should I say keep him on the wrong line of thinking regarding this issue in future, so as for him to correct his view of Turkey and Erdogan, which he will clearly have to if his intentions are good.

    Let’s hope he will recognise he is wrong about Erdogan, swallow his ego and do the right thing. As it seems, jury is out on this for now.

    • Michael Lochmoeller

      Trump is a businessman and outsider, he is new to this arena. But what I respect about him is that he doesn’t just surround himself with yes men, he’s willing to hear other opinions and advice.

      • Dominus

        I’ll just say I will be immensly dissapointed in him, if he doesn’t change his stance regarding Erdogan as time goes on, as he will give him plenty of reasons to do so, if what most of us think he is, is true. Same applies to policy about LGBT movement and sodomites. Only thing we can do is wait and see.

        • Michael Lochmoeller

          I agree. I would be disappointed too. But let’s pray that God will mold and shape this man to do His will.

  • Trevor

    I read what Trump said about Erdogan and it did make me cringe. However, Trump is right that America has no right to tell others what to do when we have our own mess, and that’s something people have been screeching about for a long time.

    So, if Trump pursues an isolationist policy, I am all for it. If the world thinks they can handle their own affairs without America, have at it, just don’t come crying to us and ask us to recuse you. I don’t think Russia needs rescuing since they have a very strong leader who is headstrong and a master chess player. Then they have an equally strong, bull headed (I am being complimentary here), Orthodox bishop who doesn’t mince words.

    Once America gets her affairs in order and clean house, and only then America should become involved, and it should only be done at a formal request.

    • Eric

      Trevor, I agree. Trump, once he learns more, I think will change his tune on Erdogan. Trump tends to think and speak on the spot, and I think that is part of what happened here. I believe that once he has time to sit down–in the Oval Office–and examine things, he will see things more clearly.

      Trump was right on staying out of the Middle East. He has spoken on the persecution of Christians, and has made the strongest anti-abortion statement out of all the candidates, going as far as to say women should be punished. He also has repeatedly talked about banning Muslims from the US. Trump has gotten many things right. He got this wrong. I found this disappointing too, but the fact of the matter is, as much as I love Trump and think he’s great, he simply can’t always get it right 100% of the time. That’s just not human, and this is an exsample of human folly.

      Americans at large are rather clueless about Erdogan and his Ottoman aspirations. Although we’re starting to wake up slowly, we’re still rather clueless. Trump will wake up as well eventually. He has so much on his plate right now that I think part of it was just due to him talking off the top of his head. But he will learn. I’m positive he will.

      • Trevor

        I agree, Trump tends to shoot from the hip. Fortunately, he does have good experts to advise him on foreign policy, among them, Walid Phares, but I wish he had somebody like Walid Shoebat.

        • Eric

          I do too. I pray that Trump assembles an amazing team.

        • susan

          We all need a Shoebat in our arsenal. 😉

          • Trevor

            We have two Shoebat in our arsenal. The father and the son. And let’s not forget the lady of the hour, Maria Shoebat!

          • susan

            Amen! 😀

        • Woody

          Yes, long ago I learned to ignore the Donald’s gaffs since he is the only candidate to vote for in this election–I wrote down 17 things I wanted and he matches them; I think he gaffs to get them news pimps excited; I am not that excited about his VP and would have preferred Rick Santorum or the Wisconsin governor but I will take anyone over or record breaking histoic first time a felon was voted for president.

          • Trevor

            What are those seventeen item on your list?

          • Woody

            You would ask that? I opened my file and found something has happened to it with ENORMOUS text even though it says it is only at 9 font?? Maybe I can attach it to an email to you but you may have to sort it out.

          • Trevor

            I got your email. I will read it when I have time.

          • Woody

            Okay–I like your new image–Go Michael! Pray to him each night and day.

          • Woody

            Sent via email

      • Ceirwyn

        They’re clueless because Turkey is nothing to the US. If it was obliterated tomorrow, no one over here would notice.

        • Eric

          That is true.

    • Ceirwyn

      100% correct. I’m sick of whiny countries who feel entitled to our lives and tax money and jobs. They need to harden up and get their own houses in order. They need to feel shame for crying like a baby to a neighbor instead of standing up like a man to take care of their own problems. I’m sick of everyone wanting us to be “white master” while hating us for doing it.

      And if they want to serve the anti-christ, then let the dumb suckers go for it. they’ve been warned by those evil colonizing white Christians. A word to the wise should be sufficient.

    • Richard

      Correct again!!

  • Methusalem

    I think we will be disappointed from time to time with those who we thought are our guardians or saviors. Our only Savior is The Lord Jesus Christ, our guardians our Angels, Our Holy Mother, and Holy Men. I wouldn’t be surprised if Erdogan gives the Incirlik air base in Turkey to Putin. I feel there is a very sinister diabolic plan to team up anti-Christ Turkey with Russia.

  • BJ

    should have supported Cruz.

    • Trevor

      NOPE.

    • Kamau41

      WRONG!

  • nancy williams

    Walid you should make an appointment and meet with Trump and teach him a few things. He does not understand the middle east at all apparently. The most you can do is try. You might succeed.

    • naaaa, I never mix with politics and never will.

      • susan

        Hmmm. Well, you wouldn’t be a political advisor. A prophecy one… with a middle eastern viewpoint. 🙂

      • DeusLoVult

        Sir, common sense history doesn’t have to be political.

        • susan

          SNAP! :).

  • Grandmere

    Walid, what is Walid Phares’ position on Turkey? I know he is an advisor.

    • susan

      Good question Grandmere!

    • Phares is Lebanese and is against the Islamists. Here is what he said 3 days ago:

      “One thing is to stop a military coup. We don’t like to accept military coups in the 21st century,” Phares said. “Another thing is to use that military coup to have a counter-coup and then eliminate an entire political opposition.”

      He said Erdogan may well use the coup as grounds to trample rights and ditch Turkey’s secular legacy.

      “This could be an excuse that this government could use to control political life completely and then move the country toward becoming an Islamic regime,” Phares said.

      Phares said Turkey is just the latest example of why American voters need to reject the current U.S. foreign policy and align with Trump. He said the Obama administration has made things worse everywhere from Iraq to Syria, Egypt to Libya, and Yemen to Iran.

      • susan

        Phares sounds like a level headed man.

        • Secularly he is. Keep in mind, he comes from his background as supporters of the Maronite Christians against the PLO. His people suffered much by us the Palestinians who sacked Lebanon and leveled it just like we see in Syria. The Maronites finally had to resort to massacres and Phares at ties gets accused of being part of this. The Maronites had to do what they had to do to survive which was sheer brutality.

          • Grandmere

            Chef, I am gonna go poking around and see if I can dig up some info from the last few days on Phares’ thoughts.

          • Trevor

            I would like to read those too.

          • susan

            me three. 🙂

          • Grandmere

            Be back in a few.

          • susan

            Oops! Gotta run. Be back later tonite.

          • Grandmere

            Here is his web page. A lot to chew on here. http://www.walidphares.net/artman/publish/index.shtml I will keep digging.

          • Trevor

            You know what, I am actually confident in Trump based on reading two articles from Phares’ website.

          • Grandmere

            Me too. There is not much out there on the coup other than his site. We just need to keep up with him over at the Tank.

          • Trevor

            Good idea.

          • Kamau41

            Indeed we must.

          • Go for it. Its mostly like me, but without Bible.

          • Grandmere

            He is not prolific like you, Chef. A couple of bowls of hummus but only one fresh falafel. He’s an horsdeouvre to your banquet.

          • Nichole

            Glad you posted this video link, I would like to learn more about it and Phares. Thanks.

      • Grandmere

        Let’s hope Trump listens to him. I think he will. One thing is certain. Things are going to get much worse and a lo of people are going to die.

  • nancy williams

    Walid did you know our Military base in Turkey in undersiege by Erdogan? No one is talking about it. 1500 men. Erdogan cut off the power and they are running short of supplies. Obama and Killary are not helping them and the media is hush,hush about it. Maybe you can get the word out. Rick Wiles at Trunews is talking about it everyday. God please save these men. They are probably trying to keep it quiet for Killarys election or they just don’t care if they die.

    • Grandmere

      He had an article a day or two ago. Just scroll down a bit and you will find it.

  • ezekiel22

    I believe that Trump’s first response is to be isolationist. Remember he thinks like a businessman and that money is always a coward going to where there is the least resistance. That is the first thing to remember. The next point that I noticed was the subject was isolated. The talk was just about the coup itself and Erdogan regaining power. I did not see any mention of what is happening at the Incrilick airbase with the nukes and our service people. I am pretty sure his response would be completely different if he was told our people are being held hostage.
    This issue is similar to how Trump thinks about NATO. He wants them to live up to their treaty obligations and the media and some politicians are “concerned” about his stance. Notice I said politicians and not statesmen. They are different critters. What is kept quiet is that if a country fails to maintain its end of a treaty then the treaty is null and void and a treaty is a contract after all. Turkey is supposed to be an ally but they are a rather two faced one at that. They want NATO to expend their resources to facilitate the establishment of the Caliphate. An ally would not lay seige to another ally. Imagine now Turkey trying to implement Article Five of the NATO treaty.
    Humans are notoriously bad at treaties and contracts. That is why God made contracts with man that He swore to Himself to fulfill. That is also the patience of the saints. We have read the last chapter of the Book and we know who wins.

    • Nichole

      Good post ezekiel22!

  • mspip

    saddleback church is not good. if he is in that, he is not a good source of information. the author of that made a lot of $$ from it when he wrote a book a few years ago that was widely sold and many of us bought it. our church minister brought it in as highly recommended. many of us got into it but eventually i got rid of the book. not worth the money and eventually i decided it was full of malarkey.

    • Grandmere

      That Purpose Driven Church book has cut a swath of destruction through the Evangelical movement.

  • Trevor

    Putin is a world class chess master, so he knows what he is doing. Remember – Turkey and Russia are ancient enemies.

  • DeusLoVult

    lol I wish I could take a long vacation, my lady. But, I can’t. He certainly does. My memory on the other hand, is too much like an elephant. Too many memories. 😉

  • Grandmere

    Wow! Who’d a thunk it?

  • Grandmere

    I just love you Puff. You are a good man. Hope you don’t mind if I call you Puff instead of Jiggly. Visit around and find a good priest.

  • bubba

    even the secular media gets what the shoebats have been teaching us for years about turkey. you think they will ever catch up to you walid? the US still doesnt seem to get russia. maybe that will be bridged by president trump!

    http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2016/07/21/turkey-and-erdogan-here-comes-real-caliphate.html

  • Ceirwyn

    Trump is not an imperialist: if people want to follow the antichrist in their nation, I doubt Trump is going to care. Nor the American people, who are also very isolationist. Things that happen on the opposite side of the planet do not overly concern them until it reaches their shore.

    That’s what happens when you build a country out of people displaced from their home/culture (which is what the early colonies were); It creates a mentality that outsiders can’t be trusted, other groups should solve their own problems, and everyone should leave them alone and stop trying to use them. It’s what lead to the revolution that established the US as independent nation.

  • Ceirwyn

    You may be right. Trump is an experienced professional negotiator, and he’s a lot smarter than he sounds some times. Also, he’s not one to let himself be bossed around.

  • “The ONLY reason to vote for him is because he has Pense on the ticket. ”

    Look up “Pence” and “Armenian” on Youtube and tell me who can beat Pence in political hypocrisy. You are right, Pence is the best. But the question is on what?

    • Grandmere

      SNAP to the tenth power!

  • Skofield has a theory that the Dome of the Rock is the abomination of desolation, I find that and his calculation a difficult pill to swallow, but other than that, he’s alright.

  • “According to biblical prophecy, Turkey will fight against the ant-Christ and be defeated”

    WOW. Why can’t you say “according to my interpretation to biblical prophecy” then provide the backup verse and make a case.

    I mean honest to goodness, can you make a case for what you write?

  • “maybe Daniel was talking about the Islamic empire in the Middle East and not the antichrist”

    If we focus on “maybe” too much while we follow the map, we will never find the treasure.

  • susan

    Thanks for the link. It’s worse than i thought 🙁

    • Jennifer

      I wish this situation would hit the mainstream news media already.

      • susan

        I’m learning the MSM is usually last on the important issues. And first on gobbly-gook.

  • susan

    Oh. That’s not good at all. 🙁

  • filomena seiffert

    I have been telling, Trump is not to be trusted, he has the sin which lost satan, pride. If people with good moral values fall imagine someone whos God IS MONEY

    • Raph Sebastian

      What I think what is mistaken for pride is his determination to get things done. It’s quite normal for someone that high in status and equally wealthy would be impatient with incompetence, while I agree he has said so many things that was prideful, I think it was how he wanted to come out of the gates branding himself and setting himself apart from the rest.

      For me, his genuine love of people, he has helped numerous people without seeking reward or recognition way before even he ran for office shows what sort of person he truly is. There are numerous accounts of his personal acts for individuals that are now coming out. I judge a man by his deeds first, then his words. Now I hope his words are put into action.

      • filomena seiffert

        Why people never learn? why put faith on a worldly sinner? He is vain pretentious, rude, chauvinist pig and ugly in and out

        • Raph Sebastian

          God used such people to do His will too. Noah who was a drunkard, Abraham who lied about his wife, Moses who murdered the Egyptian slave driver, Samson who was filled with lust and wrath, King David who was an adulterer St. Peter who was rash, drawing his sword cutting off Malchus’ ear. He has never used saintly good men to do His will throughout history.

          He calls for conversion of the heart to do His will. St. Paul, the persecutor of Christians is another example. His heart was softened when he was healed of his blindness. What we learn is that God often repeats a pattern in everything he does, from the symbols of the Holy Spirit as the dove over the Noah’s ark, as the dove over the LORD’s at His baptism in the Jordan. The significance of water in almost everything that is miraculous. This is what we should learn. We should also learn to not quickly judge, we must look at his deeds. Let his deed speak for themselves, if he doesn’t do as he says then condemn him by all means.

          • Trevor

            Well said, brother.

            God has chosen the foolish things of the world to bring to shame the wise. When it comes to God, He often does the opposite of the world’s standard.

          • filomena seiffert

            Noah,Abraham, Moses, had not the commandments then, as for David he was punished, so was Samson, so was Peter. Have you noticed that all disciples who abandon Jesus in His most crucial hour, died horrible deaths? The young John who stay with Jesus and His mother through His agony, had the privilege to receive the Blessed Mother to be his mother and the only one who lived to very old age.

          • susan

            Moses certainly had the commandments. 🙂

          • Raph Sebastian

            Dear sister, please read this in total. Yes. Abraham and Noah had no commandments then, but they were still used by God despite their morality not being impeccable to bring forth God’s will. What is this will? That tribe, nation, people of Israel, the beloved, would be established. From thence He would be Incarnate and give the gift of redemption. To establish His Church, to save more souls. That was my point in stating that even the worst are chosen.

            Indeed the rest as you pointed out were punished, but Moses and Noah and Abraham were tested to such a point, yet still held their faith. Yes those who abandon Him died horribly. As will all those else who abandon Him. I am not trying to convince you or even claim to know and understand God’s salvific plan for all, but I do know He does use the worst kinds of people, it’s His pattern, our God is the God of the living even those who have physically died are not dead, but awaiting resurrection, those who have died in holiness and grace are already in His presence. Those who are stained, will see the cleansing and be with Him. These are basic facts that are the truth as we are taught.

            I am not going to judge Trump, but I can say that the fruits of his labors may not be all that clean, or righteous, but his deeds are. It’s hard to take away the character of a person and strip him down to the very basics and judge him with Christian lenses, when clearly he was not a Christian. But do we condemn him? Do we say he’s hopeless? Do we say that he cannot bring any good? It’s not theology that he is bringing to the people, if he did, I would be the first to say, Protestants bring nothing to the table, they have nothing of value to give a Catholic when it comes to faith and theology.
            What I want to convey is this, we should judge a person by their deeds, not mere words, the words one utters is for him to answer for.

            America is facing some serious issues here and now and in the future, the persecution of the Church through forced contraception and forcing abortion on our Church’s organizations, hospitals and charities is abominable. Trump says he will stop this.

            Shutting down of our right to defend life and to fight against the pro-abortion industry is going to harder should anyone other than Trump takes office. Our civil liberties, First Amendment and Second Amendment right would be severely curtailed. A whole generation or two would have liberal SCOTUS appointments who will make immorality and all sorts of perversions legal. Trump says he will prevent this.

            These things above, as far as I am concerned, is fighting for God’ will, that His people will see fair laws, justice and good government and governance. Trump may not the best person of moral character, but he sure does intend on ending Planned Parenthood’s murder and selling of baby parts, he will prevent the islamic agenda from gaining any more ground, and he’s going to help my fellow military brethren preventing so many from doing the unthinkable (I have lost a few brothers to suicide, one is already far too many as far as I am concerned).

            I write this not to convince you as to why I think Trump is right for the job, but to tell you there is so much at stake and as a Catholic I cannot vote for any Democrat and what their party stands for. Not voting allows a Democrat to gain a foothold. A no vote as far as I am concerned is a vote for the murderous, vile, corrupt and utterly evil Clinton. At least Trump tells us what kind of person he will be, he’s definitely no angel, but he’s no devil as well.

      • Trevor

        For him to say that he would lead the effort to repeal the LBJ amendment is huge! That makes him pro-Christian, and perhaps, this will actually put some spines back in the Church that seem to be lacking these days, save some street preachers who are John the Baptist confrontational.

        • Raph Sebastian

          Indeed that is what struck me most! Exactly! This is may just bring back the zeal that has been missing, The LBJ Amendment sought to curtail just that!

  • Julie

    He needs to be educated. Just heard his speech…no mention of the Christian genocide or greater sense of history.

    Islamic terrorism has always been the forefront of their conversion program.

  • Saved_by_Jesus

    Welcome to American politics! Do what you gotta do to get where you want to go to do what you need to do! Trump is behaving as a dictator for the Right. He clearly is unaware of Geopolitical affairs and is not a student of history. He is good, however, at putting a strong team together to inform him. I don’t see a deep hubris in him such that he will deny the opinions and recommendations of the experts he brings on board. But he sits on the fence! Still better than Hillary! I will vote for him!

  • ace

    It’s a long time until the election, end of the year, and the inauguration. Heck, it’s a long time until the end of the summer and the start of a new year. What are we to think when Russia engages with Turkey, as does Israel, and soon Egypt? Will the U.S. be deceived too?

    Daniel 8:25 tells us “by peace [he] shall destroy many” (KJV) “in the abundance of all things he shall kill many” (DRA) “in ease he shall ruin many ones” (rough from Hebrew interlinear) “He shall destroy many with deceit and stand for the destruction of many. He will crush them like an egg in his hand” (OSB) “He shall raise himself by the ruin of many, and shall break them like eggs with his hand” (Greek, according to Haydock’s Douay commentary). Now, perhaps some do not know that it is difficult to crush an egg in your hand without wearing a ring or hitting it on the side (part of God’s engineering). This is where the deceit comes in – by pretending peace or by doing something unexpected, and, perhaps without opposition.

    Daniel 11:22 says “And the arms of the fighter shall be overcome before his face, and shall be broken; yea, also the prince of the covenant.” The part which interests me is “prince of the covenant” Haydock’s Douay commentary reads thus: “This title belongs to antichrist, who will join the Jews, and be received as their Messias. (St. Irenæus v. 25.; St. Jerome, &c. Jo. 543.) (Worthington)” And, we have people like Rabbi Baruch Efrati who support the Islamization of Europe and Rabbi David Touitou who says Muslim invasion of Europe is ‘excellent news’ as the ‘death of Christianity will bring back the Messiah’ http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=0c3_1441769526 Then, Trump calls Israel “our greatest ally in the region”…

  • Tom_mcewen

    I think you need to wait until the election, Trump is already painted as a person not trusted with the red button, it would just open up a Pandora box for Hillary to hit him with. Her soapbox is she is a foreign affairs expert, where Trump is a capitalist robber barons stealing the wealth the worker produce, you didn’t build that you stole it. In Democrats vision America is evil and all of this corpse is built on the bones of native Americans, black slaves, Latinos, and stripping of mother earth of her jewels.

  • Dominus

    Trump is sinner as we all are, so he obviously ain’t perfect, no one is, and that is perfectly ok and understandable. He is right on most of his views, non-typical, no PC talk kind of common sense politician that every western leader should be like.

    I support him, as his opposite candidate is the disaster in the making. He will have to burn some bridges(i.e. Erdogan) though, so he truly acts in the way we all want him to act. His foreign policy advisors are the key. If he will have the right ones, telling him uncomfortable truths forcing him to act righteously, then it should serve for great presidency. If he will have the likes who parrot his views on everything, or tell him what he wants to hear, then there could be problems.

    • Lidia

      I have a feeling that things will not get better in the Middle East. I heard Mr. Trump’s speech last night and he said everything I wanted to hear but will he actually do it or maybe someone will steer him the wrong way. It’s not him that I worry about, it’s his advisors that I worry about.

  • mikifenn

    Trump is a smart man. At this point he doesn’t understand the developments in Turkey. Give him time and he will understand.

  • Lidia

    Can you please be more specific? I have a feeling that you’re going to say that it’s the pope.

  • DeusLoVult

    I know. Only 30% of Marine Corps aircraft are airworthy and flying time has dropped to 4 hours a month. The average casual civilian pilot flies 50 hours a year. That’a more than the Marine pilots are getting! They can’t possibly remain proficient. And SEALS have to borrow weapons from other units. What the government has done to the military is criminal.

  • Dan Knight

    Supporting Trump was not a mistake Walid … but the only perfect man was Jesus.

    Trump is just a man. He puts his clothes on the same way the rest of us do, and I would bet (if I were a betting type) that this is just a mistake. It’s not the first, and won’t be the last …

    But at least he’s trying. I think that is why most people support him.

  • EnTaroShoebat

    Fear not, Mr. Shoebat, for there are many things Mr. Trump is sadly ignorant of but will learn eventually. 😉

  • Julie

    Yes. If you are referring to Catholic….the Western Church….all the bishops are in communion with the Holy Father. Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople also is seeking re communion.

    But avoid any schismatic church..Pius X societies.

    Best go to a priest under the local ordinary…the Bishop.

    Go to your nearest Catholic church and ask to speak to the pastor.

    • Woody

      Nice advice” funny my 2nd church her is St PiusX
      JUST sent this to Walid:
      Finally found you; got the answer to the question you asked about 6 months ago;;; from Fr Vince Paqua–he speaks 13 languages fluently so he is semi-smart; he said since the beginning of Christianity there has been 77,000,000 martyrs and and 40,000,000 have been in the last 100 years which kind of surprised him. God Bless

      • Grandmere

        Father Mitch?

      • Julie

        Fr Mitch Pacwa was in town…..hmmm…..is St Pius X on a hill near a Catholic hospital….???????????????????????

        • Grandmere

          Now you’ve got me going. Don’t keep me in suspense. PS: I love Fr. Mitch.

          • Woody

            See my answer to Jewelry oops Julie

          • Julie

            Well….Woody turns out to be alot farther from me than 10 to 13 miles.

        • Woody

          Yes, Fr Mitch was in town a week ago but I missed him; I heard him say about martyrs on his radio show on EWTN the other day. I can’t even name the 13 languages he speaks fluently let along imagine how one can do this; then again I flunked Spanish, French, English all in one year. As you can see I was excellent. St Pius X is not associated with the heretic; but a parish one street away from me and I go a half hour away to St Patrick which has Dominicans, nuns, communion rail, Mary on the left (she sent me that miracle picture I sent you in 2011; and when I kneel at the rail she still opens and closes her eyes); confessions before every Mass; four years ago at Christmas I was like 150th in line which went out the door and around the block; Sheen said you can tell the holiness of a church by the length of their confession lines. So true. Patrick Madrid, the Catholic Radio host and apologetic teacher goes there too.

          • Grandmere

            Love Bishop Sheen. Love my communion rail. Thanks, bro.

          • Julie

            Ok….SO you don’t live by me…I have attended a Dominican parish with long confessional lines….and I have gone to St. Pius.

            Sorry I couldn’t see him, too.

            He sat at our table. I told him I was the one who called him so many years back…saying church people did not believe I was hit by someone still involved with the occult and he did and he said I was the lance that removed the infection…and he remembered that evening saying that, and then went on talking with someone else for the rest of the dinner.

          • Woody

            Oh so you must be my other Julie; maybe we will put a “double e” on the end of your name–you don’t live in Oklahoma then and did not go the the last satanic mass.

          • Julie

            Second time, now Woody, and here I thought you might be living within 10 miles of me…………

          • Woody

            What can I say–my life is loaded with Julie’s am I lucky or what?

          • Julie

            Virtues are jewels.

          • Woody

            Yes, I love your picture-you are cute.

          • Julie

            beautiful isn’t it….balding…jewels….jules………

          • Woody

            Ohhh, nooo, I’m losing my hair too; lost one hair last month!

          • Julie

            One down, 200,000 to go.

  • Julie

    Very good reply!

  • Raph Sebastian

    Whoah! Hang on there, hold your horses..best not to lump Walid and shoebat.com with Alex Jones! Walid deals with facts Alex Jones is just plain nuts.

  • DontLookAtMeLikeThat

    It’s obvious to me that Trump knows that he will have to deal/negotiate with world leaders. He knows not to have a setback from day 1. We also know damn well, he does not like terror or the muslim brotherhood.

  • Raph Sebastian

    Yes of course 1985 is before 1995. But the issue is this, Walid debunked what Skolfield was pushing, a false “remnant church”. In order to push that horse manure, he must denounce the existence of the Catholic Church as the Church the LORD founded. So when one stands on quicksand and then builds his house of cards on it, what would one expect the outcome be?

    You see Skolfield is a rabid anti-Catholic, if he saw Catholics as Christians then he needn’t be on that boat with his parents converting a predominantly Catholic Philippines to a Protestant heresy. Thus whatever he wrote is biased as opposed to Walid’s unbiased research. All that gematria as well in his throwing around of numbers is actually quite unbiblical.

    Anyway, once again, I have read very little of what he wrote, I stopped the moment he got into the technicalities of churning numbers and allotting meanings to them. His “remnant church” nonsense is another thing that leaves a bad taste.

    Pax tecum.

    • filomena seiffert

      I do not take the protestant abuse, I pass on their nose the atrocities they have done to Catholics and do not take the falsehood they do to the Catholic Church because if they were from God, they would not be slandering the Church founded by Jesus Himself. If they write a long journal and are abusive I delete it. We Catholics, do not to accept the abuse from any demon.

  • DeusLoVult

    That’s the latest statistic that I have read. I am a student pilot. (nearly finished) Aviation isn’t as accessible as it used to be. That could still be an incorrect statistic, but even so, I don’t think it would be much higher.

  • charles

    Trump pointed out the fact that he crushed the coup attempt, not that he agrees with Islam , he may be a bit slow in understanding Islam but I think he is the only one that will try to get rid of this false religion. who else will lead and stand up and fight, all I see are posts and articles of how bad Islam is, but nobody standing up to Islam

  • filomena seiffert

    Moises was still far way, many years before receiving the commandments from God, when he killed the egiptian

  • filomena seiffert

    I never said God can not use who he wants to do His will. My point was that the ones you pointed their faults did not sin as they did not have the 10 commandments and the one who had were punished. I know Jesus chose Paul to spread His message, but if you reason Paul was a holly men, he thought he was defending God by attacking the Christians, even then Jesus said He would show Paul how much Paul would have to suffer for His sake. Go was helping and using people to spread the faith, not for politics. Other thing you need to think about is why God would favor USA, a nation that has murdered millions, creates wars, destroy many nations, cause people to starve to death, spread immorality, sodomy, abortion and every vice you can think of.

  • But he will not follows a Shoebat summer school and stop Erdogan. He will ab an isolationist and by this Turkey will advance in its evil. America and its unfortunate, is the police of the world. At times it does bad police work (as in the Middle East) and at times it does great police work (as in Germany and Japan). But it is only in the end that it triumphs.

  • Woody

    Finally found you; got the answer to the question you asked about 6 months ago;;; from Fr Vince Paqua–he speaks 13 languages fluently so he is semi-smart; he said since the beginning of Christianity there has been 77,000,000 martyrs and and 40,000,000 have been in the last 100 years which kind of surprised him. God Bless