Turkish Author openly declares that his country will own Europe’s Future

This is an interesting piece of news for those who continue to assert that the anti-Christ will be European. As we have been predicting for years now, Turkey is where westerners should be focusing such attention. Now, a book from a Turkish author is beginning to raise eyebrows.

Via Stonegate Institute:

A second-generation Muslim immigrant in Austria has authored a provocative new book in which he argues that Europe’s future is Turkish, whether Europeans like it or not.

The book’s short, sharp and confrontational title says it all: “We are Coming.”

The thesis is: “Regardless of whether or not you [Europeans] like us [Turks], whether or not you integrate us, whether or not you want us in the European Union, our influence in Europe is growing. We are more numerous. We are younger. We are more ambitious. Our economy is growing faster. We are stronger.”

The author, a 25-year-old Austrian-Turk named Inan Türkmen, says his objective in writing the book is to change the terms of the debate about Muslim immigration in Europe.

Türkmen — who was born in Austria to Kurdish migrants and speaks fluent German — says he is sick and tired of the way Turkish immigrants are being portrayed in the European media. He believes the time has come for Turks to fight back.

Taking a page from the playbook of the American Tea Party movement, Türkmen says he wants to establish an “angry citizen movement” (Wutbürgerbewegung) in Europe. His Turkish Tea Party would unite Turkish immigrants in Austria, Germany and other European countries to protest against European “arrogance.”

Note that Türkmen is not calling for a partnership with Europe; his tone is more in line with a desire to see Europe subjugated to Turkey.

With the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood via the “Arab Spring,” look for Turkey to continue to become even bolder. Remember, the Brotherhood was created for the sole purpose of restoring the Ottoman Empire in what is today Turkey.

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h/t ROP


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