This Can’t Be Happening In The U.S: Video Reveals Erdogan’s Guards Today Where Beating Up Kurdish American Protesters To A Pulp

By Walid Shoebat

The tensions between the Turkish support group of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the Kurdish protesters turned into a fight in front of the Washington Embassy Residence.

The incident took place in front of the official residence of Turkish Ambassador Serdar Kılıç, whom he visited after meeting with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and President Donald Trump.

Ambassador Serdar Kılıç came out of the house and talked to the police on the occasion of the event’s growth.

More than ten people carrying the “freedom to Demirtas” in their hands threw slogans against Erdogan which ticked off Erdogan’s guards.

At the same time, another group was gathered with Turkish flags in front of the dwelling, and there was mutual verbal bullying. The American police intervened and tried to prevent the event from growing.
After the President came to the residence, Erdogan’s guards also got involved and started to beat the protesters:

It is not unusual for Erdogan’s guards to take the law on their own hands and have immunity from prosecution.

Last year, Turkish security guards clashed with journalists outside a speech in Washington by the country’s president, damaging Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s efforts to improve his government’s image in the US.

The security guards claims they were trying to prevent several journalists from entering the Brookings Institution, where Mr Erdogan had been scheduled to give a high-profile speech.

Washington police were forced to intervene to prevent clashes between the Turkish security personnel and both reporters and anti-Erdogan protesters outside the event.

And then in Ecuador’s capital Quito to protest Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who was in Ecuador on an official two-day visit had similar results.

The protesters gathered in opposition to Ankara’s military operation in the Kurdish southeast areas of Turkey against the militant PKK group. Hundreds of civilians have been killed since August.

Protesters were heard chanting slogans such as ”Long live Kurdistan,” “Murderer Erdogan” and “Out with Erdogan” as the Turkish leader entered the IAEN University in Quito.

Giran Ozcan, the Latin American representative of the Group of Communities in Kurdistan (KCK), was at the protest and told teleSUR that Ecuadorean lawmaker Diego Vintimilla, who was with the protesters, was injured in a confrontation by one of Erdogan’s security guards.

“Erdogan’s security guard attacked a protester, broke his nose and he is going to hospital now,” Ozcan said following the incident.

With growing relations between the U.S. and Turkey, Americans will get used to singing a different tune. This Sunday Special will dig into the coming relationship between the West and Turkey from a prophetic perspective explaining why the U.S. will aid Turkey in its rise.

In the meanwhile, get used to the tunes: