By the time Turkey joins the EU, it will just be Germany and bludgers left

Turkey has piped up following the Brexit.

Europe’s politicians are failing to combat rising xenophobia and anti-immigrant views, Turkish officials say, after Britain’s vote to exit the European Union deprived Turkey of what had been a major backer in its quest for EU membership.

The Brexit campaign and the rise of Europe’s populist right have cast further doubt over Turkey’s decade-long accession negotiations, a process which was in its early years an anchor for economic and social reforms in the country.

President Tayyip Erdogan on Friday (local time) blamed Islamophobia for holding up Turkey’s accession process, accusing the bloc of double standards and warning that more countries could seek to leave.  

“The practice currently against Turkey is Islamophobic, that is why they are delaying taking us in,” he said in a televised speech.

“If the European Union deepens its inconsistencies and continues on its path, in a short time it will be inevitable for it to face new exits,” he said.

His comments echoed those of one of the country’s deputy Prime Ministers earlier in the day.

Erdogan is an idiot. The French have plenty enough reason to not want more Islamists in their country. The Dutch too; even Germany. Islam is incompatible with western liberal ideals. It is toxic.

For gay people it is a death sentence. For women it represents a return to the past. For freedom it represents the opposite of freedom.

By the time Turkey gets to be in the EU the organisation will be on its knees, broken by socialism and bludgers. Only Germany will be there as any sort of economic powerhouse.

 

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