By Walid Shoebat
Erdoğan’s victory to cement his autocratic rule over Turkey had received calls of approval from only Qatar, Djibouti, Guinea, the Palestinian terrorist organization Hamas and the U.S. President Donald Trump. And now to cement his support for Erdogan, Trump just announced that he will host president Erdoğan on May 16-17 at the White House, in the first meeting between the two leaders.
Yes, at the White House.
Having said that, my ‘conservative’ readers of this article are likely not to hit the share button and immediately click out.
But had it been Obama that congratulated Erdogan and we posted on it, we would get a few thousand shares. Yet we get accused all the time for being ‘click baiters’.
After so many of these experiences, I came to the conclusion that the bulk majority of so-called ‘conservatives’ are not driven by fact but are driven by pure prejudice.
Mr Trump was the only Western leader to congratulate Erdogan on his victory to soon become Sultan and Caliph and now he invites him to the White House.
Erdoğan is an Islamist dictator who vanquished all of his opposition in media and government and redrew the judicial system to reflect the image of this resurrected Ottoman beast. Indeed, it was all ‘rigged’ and Trump had always complained about how evil it was when he endured a ‘rigged election’?
All this despite that an independent monitor of the referendum vote in Turkey, the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), said in a report that “fundamental freedoms essential to a genuinely democratic process were curtailed”.
“I give great credit to him [Erdogan] for being able to turn that around,” Mr. Trump once said of the coup attempt on July 16th praising Erdogan. “Some people say that it was staged, you know that … I don’t think so” Trump added.
And I have heard all the excuses that Trump is ‘careful because we have nuclear bombs in Incirlik’ or that ‘Trump keeps his friends close and his enemies closer’ or that ‘Trump has buildings in Turkey’ and that he was such a genius that he is ‘a hundred moves ahead of his opponents in the chess game’.
But had Obama done this, none of these comments will arise and it would be the typical ‘what do you expect from a pro-Muslim President?’
But what then is the difference between the pro-Muslim Obama and the Presbyterian Trump when it comes to foreign policy?
Answer: not much, especially when it comes to U.S. relations or Protestant relations with the Ottomans.
The entire history of persecuting the saints by Islam from when Muhammad gave that speech to initiate the persecution of the church in 629 A.D, all the way throughout the rule of the Seven Caliphates (seven heads) to when in 1871 A.D, the seventh Muslim Empire, the Ottoman, was finally struck with one of history’s worst famines and then followed by one of the world’s greatest locust invasions three years later in 1874 A.D; this would have been 1260 lunar years.
For centuries prophecy scholars argued over counting literal days, or a day for a year, when dealing with these prophecies in the Apocalypse. But as it turns out, both have a point because prophecy repeats and like birth pangs in the end the persecution literally shrivels to 1260 days only lest the whole earth is consumed by war.
It was 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. And today, we expect a catastrophe for the Apostolic succession church in Syria by the invading Turks. And then the locusts hit the Ottomans again in 1915 blocking the sun in Jerusalem, but strangely, when the U.S. gave support to the Ottomans, it too was hit with massive locust invasions in the United States right after when it declared U.S. neutrality in World War I in 1914 refusing to condemn the Muslim Ottomans.
Perhaps its the ‘KGB’ in me, but during these times and before Communism, the U.S. did nothing while Russia was fighting Japan and the Muslim Ottomans. This is exactly the case today where the U.S. is still anti-Russia despite it abandoning Communism and adapting Orthodoxy, yet the U.S., still intervenes in the secular governments in the Middle East attempting to thwart Russia’s influence by aiding Islamists. As a result, today, Libya, Syria and Iraq are in shambles with quarter of a million people dead.
So will we be hit with famine anytime soon?
Well, not yet. If history repeats itself and as prophecy teaches, the famines will hit at the tail end and after that the U.S. will finally get it.
But the U.S. as we see today, cozied up with the Ottomans, their “lover”. Nothing have changed since the days of the reformation. It was only way later that the U.S. declared war on the German Empire and its Muslim ally on April 6, 1917 and it was only then that the Ottoman Empire was abandoned by her “mighty lovers” through the providence of God.
In the coming Armageddon they will turn their backs on Russia (of course after all it is Gog and Magog) including supporting the Antichrist against Russia and only turn around at the tail end.
If anyone disagrees with anything I have written so far, will they be able to debunk the history which Solomon the wise promised that ‘history repeats’?
We have said it over and over. Trump will provide milk and honey to his people who will praise him, but as for the people of God, they will taste the most bitter of herbs in Syria, Turkey, Iraq and throughout the earth.
And the bitterness is arising, alongside a beast with two horns with all the blessings of Trump. Shoebat.com wrote before the referendum in Turkey:
Today, we are seeing the rapid revival of the Ottoman Empire and it is happening so quickly that by this coming Easter, Resurrection day next week, April 16th, 2017, Turkey will likely make a decision of no return where Erdogan is granted supreme status. This whole historic scenario of Ottoman revival will repeat since Solomon promised that “History merely repeats itself. It has all been done before. Nothing under the sun is truly new” (Ecclesiastes 1:9).
And on December 9th, 2016, Shoebat.com predicted and wrote:
We predict that Trump will befriend the man whom he never mentioned once during his campaign: Erdogan.
And as far back in July 21, 2016 we predicted Trump will cozy up to Erdogan adding:
Nothing ever changes and history will repeat itself, Believe Me!
But instead of heeding our advice, you believed him:
And this is why we correctly predicted that the U.S., even under your great King Cyrus Donald Trump, that he too will roll the red carpet for Erdogan.
On May 16th, you will behold, the Caliph, on your White House lawn and your king will praise him while the Turks kill us.