Turkey Threatens Migrant Invasion, Calls Their Immigrants In Germany ‘Advance Soldiers’

Turkey Threatens Migrant Invasion, Calls Their Immigrants In Germany ‘Advance Soldiers’
March 15, 2017 Admin

So…. this is what things look like to me.

1) We have an aggressive autocratic expansionist Turkish state, ruled by Neo-Ottomanist named Erdogan.

2) Erdogan and the Turkish government have been encouraging immigration to Europe by Turkish immigrants for years.

3) Erdogan and the Turkish government have expansionist ambitions and openly celebrate a hypothetical return to Ottoman Empire-like colonialism. They seek to rule over greater swaths of the Middle-East, and romanticize the days when the Ottoman’s ruled Southeast Europe.

4) Their ruling politicians have been attempting to tour Europe, to get the Turkish immigrants there (many of whom hold dual-citizenship) to vote in the Turkish referendum on whether Erdogan can run for two more terms (and essentially become a life-long autocratic ruler of Turkey).

5) A variety of Dutch and German politicians have complained about this, as they don’t want their countries becoming extensions of Turkish domestic politics (hmm, who could have foreseen it?).

All of this would suggest a rather tenuous situation.

But let’s add a couple more items.

6) From The Independent, on Turkey’s escalating rhetoric:

There are 5.5 million Turks living outside the country and the President needs their vote to make sure he wins. However, attempts by his supporters to hold rallies have been blocked by the authorities in some western European countries, mainly citing security reasons.

This has led to Mr Erdogan accusing Germany of “reverting to fascism” and the Dutch to “Nazi remnants”. The foreign minister, Mr Cavusoglu, speaking in Hamburg last week, held the German government was “applying systematic unacceptable pressure on our citizens”.

He was speaking at the home of the consul-general after a rally on the referendum was blocked from its original venue by the authorities.

Today, in response to the Dutch measures he declared: “What steps they take, we will take ten times more action. We are not afraid of this, but their doings are really inhuman.”

7) From Breitbart, we hear that Turkey has now implied that if Europe does not do as they wish, they will allow millions more Muslim immigrants to stream northward into it:


Also, from Zero Hedge we hear the same:

[Turkey has just] exclaimed that since “Europe has not kept its promises on the migrant deal, for us that agreement has ended.”

Which means that one year after it collected $3 billion for the migrant deal, Turkey has just voided the agreement, and the next step would be that Turkey is about to flood Europe with refugees currently held inside Turkish borders. And since by some estimates Turkey currently harbors over 2 million potential migrants, Europe’s refugee situation is about to get far worse…

And, finally…

8) Turkish PM apparently calls Turkish immigrants in Europe ‘advance soldiers’.

This comes from Twitter, and was sent to us by our good friend Steve. I have not seen it in any articles, and since it is audio-based I cannot plug it into Google Translate. However, I see no reason to suggest this twitter user is somehow mis-translating or purposefully trying to make it look like he said it.

I can’t get the twitter screenshot to re-paste into this article, but here is the link:


Anyone in their right mind should view Turkey for exactly what it is, a colonizing force intent on ruling Europe. This is not conspiracy theory, it is 100% obvious just by reading their politicians’ speeches!

If you have millions of people from an increasingly-hostile foreign power in your country, they seem more loyal to that country than to yours, and that country’s Prime Minister is calling them ‘Advance Soldiers’- YOU ARE BEING COLONIZED.

If neither the Dutch vote in Wilders today or the Germans vote in Petry later this year, then Turkish/Muslim colonization is off to the races in both countries. At that point instead of European governments fighting asymmetric Islamic foes in Europe (as we see now in what the West calls ‘terrorism’), we may see the opposite- asymmetric native European non-governmental forces fighting the TURKISH government in Europe (and its Merkelian puppets).

The future German parliament?

The future German parliament?

Comments (39)

  1. gris bosque 9 months ago

    Don’t know if you guys are onto this, but if you search images of Kurdish people, you will find that a surprisingly high proportion are very obviously Ethnically Germanic.

    The reason for this is that the Sythians who became the Germans were originally from the area of northern Persia and then took over all of Central Asia. In fact the word Iran comes from the word Arryan acording to Iranians…
    What this means, is Europeans are cousins of the Kurdish and even the Iranians, whom Erdogan hates, and is genociding…

    Take a look at the Kurds and Persians.

    • Author
      Admin 9 months ago

      Hey Gris Bosque- I have absolutely noticed that.

      The Kurds are interesting. I often almost think of them as ‘Europeans in the Middle-East’. I know that’s not accurate of course, but they absolutely do look positively Nordic compared to all their Western/Southern/Eastern neighbors.

      They also seem to be way more secular but at the same time I know there have been many al Qaeda members that came from their ranks. In ‘Inside the Jihad’ by Omar Nasiri one of the character is this big 6’3″ blonde haired blue eyed Kurdish guy named something something “al-Kurdi”.

      I also like checking out pictures of folks from Northeast Afghanistan. They have a fascinating combination of traits as well, in that area where the Middle-East/South Asia meets with Russia meets with China. You’ll see some folks who look totally east asian, some who look Indian, and others who look totally white. And others with interesting combinations like blue eyes blonde hair but epicanthic (asian) eyes. Very interesting stuff.

    • Kadphises 9 months ago

      The Kurds are definitely our allies in the struggle against the neo-Ottoman empire and against ISIL. But racially the Nordic component seems to be pretty low, at least among Muslim Kurds (although I might underestimate it, because most Nordic features are recessive and are largely hidden in an admixed population). It might be higher among Yezidis, who are undergoing a terrible genocide right before our eyes, while our politicians are opening our borders for Muslim invaders from Pakistan and Bangladesh to Tunesia and Nigeria.
      Even the most naive normies should understand what’s going on when they see that Yezidi men and post-reproductive women are killed and young Yezidi girls are sold as sex slaves to rich Gulf Arab countries. And every true liberal should side with our fight against the Islamists, seeing what Erdogan does to the more secular and “feminist” Kurds. That there are many female fighters among the Kurds is another interesting similarity with the ancient Germanic tribes, whose women would rather die in battle when the situation got dire, than being raped and enslaved by the enemy.

      • Kadphises 9 months ago

        Regarding the Nordic component among the Indo-European speaking peoples of Asia, it’s worth to have a look at Hans F.K. Gunther’s work, for those who can read German: https://archive.org/details/DieNordischeRasseBeiDenIndogermanenAsiens

        And to check out the Kalasha in Pakistan, which are another striking example. Many of them have Nordic looks, and about half of them still practice an ancient Aryan religion, amidst a hostile Islamic environment.

        • Kadphises 9 months ago

          I mistyped the author’s name. It’s Günther with an umlaut ‘ü’, transliterated as ‘ue’.
          For those who prefer modern DNA-based studies, there are some which show that the Indo-European languages in Europe probably originated from the Eurasian steppes. Hopefully these genetic studies will be extended to include the Indo-European speaking populations of Asia in the future.

        • Author
          Admin 9 months ago

          Interesting I had heard of the Kalasha (at least by name) but did not know that about their separate religion.

          I love all this HBD stuff about eye color and recessive genes and how that stuff works. As a little kid I never noticed anyone’s eye color and that around my mid-teens something must have happened (I don’t know what) but all of a sudden I got OBSESSED with eye color, and to this day I can remember the exact eye color of every single person I’ve ever met since that time. I do believe eyes are the window to the soul though so I think it makes sense to remember them easily compared to other things.

      • Author
        Admin 9 months ago

        I think you are right that the Yazidis actually have at least as much evidence of Nordic admixture as the Kurds. Its certainly small, but I think across that whole region from Syria through Kurdistan I would estimate blue/green/hazel eyes in the 10-15% range. Not as high as Afghanistan but higher than any other MENA/South Asia locales.

        I don’t know enough about the situation to know the relationship between hardcore salafist arabs and the Kurds. Obviously the Kurds fight Turkey, fight ISIS, fought Saddam Hussein, and I believe have fought with Iran, but I don’t know if their fighting with ISIS is more ideological/religious in nature, or is more because of geographical proximity.

  2. shadowman 9 months ago

    Hi all –

    As you’ve probably heard by now (from the Dutch election results), it looks like Geert Wilders has failed in his brave effort to make his PVV party the largest in the Dutch parliament.

    This is a pity, but (I guess) not totally unexpected given that the majority of Dutch seem to be naive airheaded fools – completely unaware that their country is dying right in front of their eyes.
    I have nothing but utter scorn and derision for people who are too stupid to save themselves.
    Even ANIMALS know when their homes and territories are in danger and will react accordingly.

    I am sure that we will see the same result with the French election too. Le Pen may make a good showing in the first round but the French people will “chicken out” and she will lose in the second round.

    The one slight bit of good news from all this is that this means that *if* or when a civil war comes to Europe, it is likely to kill *many* more of the stupid airheads who voted against Wilders today.
    They had a chance for a peaceful answer to the invasion and they *blew* it.

    • Author
      Admin 9 months ago

      Hey Shadowman, indeed I have heard the bad news.

      I actually thought Wilders had the best chance of winning of any Preservationist candidate this year, so if that really was the case and he still lost it might be a bad year electorally. Of course you and I are on the same page completely that the politics is somewhat inconsequential anyway, as even if Wilders had won I don’ t know if it could have substantially changed the trajectory the country is on.

      I think realistically if Wilders had won, or if le Pen wins for instance, the main difference would be that civil war/societal fracture would have come sooner. I think Wilders or le Pen would (if able) halt further immigration, start trying to hold the Muslim population accountable, perhaps try to start repatriating them, and that would basically provoke the country into low level civil war which could turn into more pronounced 4GW conflict.

      Whereas, with Wilders losing, I think the Netherlands keeps getting worse and worse for another 5-10 years (or however long) and then it happens anyway. The only scenario I really fear is the Houelebecqe ‘Submission’ one where the country just very quietly gives in to Islamic governance without a fight. Even then though, its still gotta hit the fan at some point. OR, in that scenario, you end up with a fully Holland/Sweden/Germany/whichever, up against a neighbor (Poland or Hungary or maybe Finland) which is still native European and Preservationist, and then you end up with a similar situation.

  3. shadowman 9 months ago

    Hi again –

    Just thought I’d mention a YouTube channel worth looking at – “Reffo News” –

    “Reffo” is slang for “refugee” ( or invader, to give them the correct term). Anyway – some good and inspiring videos there. The channel seems to be Bulgarian-based as most of the vids feature Bulgaria.
    One of them says that Saudi Arabia is about to deport **five million** “illegal immigrants”. ( I wonder where they will be sent to – probably the West. ). Anyway, I’m sure we won’t see anything about that in the (former) mainstream media.

    • Author
      Admin 9 months ago

      That’s very cool, thank you for the link Shadowman.

      I LOVE that the Bulgarians have a ‘citizen super hero’ named DINKO who hunts migrants. That literally has to be the coolest thing I have heard this year lol (in seriousness, not joking).

  4. dashui 9 months ago

    I’d like to know the male/female breakdown of the vote.

    • Author
      Admin 9 months ago

      Absolutely. I think those would be very telling and then the overall demographic breakdown by ethnicity/country of origin too. We have it nice here in America where we can know the exact breakdown of every election and exactly which groups voted for who in what percentages. In Europe we rarely get that, or at least I haven’t seen it.

      I would be very curious what percentage of native Dutch voters voted for Wilders, and just how instrumental the immigrant/Muslim vote was in the election, and whether that really tipped it vs the phenomenon of native Dutch voters ‘cucking’ and not voting for Wilders. Guessing it was both those factors, but still would love to know for sure.

  5. Fnord 9 months ago

    The latest antics of their Foreign Minister Cavusoglu are predicting “Holy Wars” on our European soil – well, can’t be soon enough. As a member of the notoriously harmony-seeking (no joke) and -on a large scale- very slow to anger German people, I predict a whining and gnashing of teeth within the next three years and I also predict, we won’t be the ones howling (exept the fully brainwashed, spaghetti-limbed libtards and their betters in the Dressurelite).

    Concerning Wilders: who’d thought that he can make it to the top? Won’t happen at this point of events. But: you have to see the overall numbers – social democrats (two disgusting words in one label) were crushed! The ones who turned their back on them have not all moved further to the left but to the right. To the soft, post-modern liberal (european style) pseudo-right, but nontheless. This harmony-seeking at large is a main trait in all northern people, so most individuals would give the moderates a chance. That’s what we see now. But this ends, when events develop their own life. I feel serenity – things will be moving further in our direction, the hot-headed IQ86-stupidity of our colonists will do the trick.

    • Author
      Admin 9 months ago

      Hey Fnord- Thanks for the comment.

      I agree that there is much to be hopeful about. I did not realize that a large number of voters moved to the sort-of right. I will admit I often mentally lump European political parties into two groups: “sane” (SD’s, Wilders, NF, AfD, etc) and “crazy” (everyone else), but that is interesting if there was indeed that shift.

      Do you live in Germany now? I believe this is your first comment on the site- how did you stumble upon it if you don’t mind me asking?


  6. Delphi 9 months ago

    It’s a pitty Mr. Wilders lost – still , 3% gain is not bad.

    I’m convinced the time is not yet. It’s a mess, but I suspect it’s going to take armed inssurection/and or Jihad militia formation to really wake the majority of people up and make them realize that.. well, you know, the shit’s hitting the fan. If this site’s thesis is remotely accurate, that should happen in , oh, ten years or so, given current trends.

    As a leftist multiculturalist I always keep hoping it won’t, but the truth is that, well, some people just don’t want to get along with their neighbours. This is as old as humanity, and .. well … things in Europe seem to be getting worse, and not better, in general.

  7. SteveRogers42 9 months ago

    It’s time to give Istanbul the works, and take Constantinople back from the Turks.

    • Author
      Admin 9 months ago

      Greece used to have settlements and people living in pockets of Turkey all the way up to the rise of Attaturk. I would be down for extending the Reconquista slightly down and to the right. We’ll take back the entire Bosphorous and build a wall (or channel) around it and make Erdogan pay for it 🙂

  8. Fnord 9 months ago

    Hi Julian,

    yes, it was my first comment, but I’m reading here since you founded the site. How I came across? I think I’ve read a review of “Fistfights…” somewhere, asked the all-knowing, all-seeing trash heap Google about your name, et voila.
    I’m actually living in Germany – so if you want some on-the-ground info, just ask.



    • Author
      Admin 9 months ago

      Very cool. One of the most fulfilling aspects of writing the book and creating this website has been meeting folks who share an awareness/obsession with the situation in Europe. I honestly feel the folks I have met through this site are pound for pound the most impressive collection of people I have encountered in one place so far in life.

      Have you always lived in Germany or are you just there temporarily? What your thoughts on how things are going there? Would absolutely love any thoughts/observations/etc you can share. What other sites do you most often read? Are there many German websites that could be called ‘Identitarian’ or ‘Preservationist’? Certainly it must be far more difficult given the government’s low tolerance for online dissent.

  9. SteveRogers42 9 months ago

    James LaFond posted some videos of Turkish-Dutch festivities: “The Orcs and the men of Minas Tirith clash”


  10. VivatEuropa 9 months ago

    Even more galling is what Erdogan told Turks living in Europe, in a televised speech. He urged them to wage DEMOGRAPHIC warfare against Europe. “You are Europe’s future,” he told them! This has supposedly sparked outrage across Europe. I’ll believe THAT when I see it. If this DOESN”T outrage Europeans, will anything? Something’s got to. Something’s got to stir them up, remind them of what Islam is all about, and help them regain some perspective and their sense of self-worth, and some desire for self-preservation.

    And a good place for Europeans to start would be at the gates of Europe as Turkey unleashes the hordes. They could take care of the Turkish problem once and for all.


    • Author
      Admin 9 months ago

      Erdogan knows how thing work man.

      I think some of our friends in Europe who comment here are right, many people aren’t going to wake up until the Turks are stuffing them in cattle cars or fastening the chains around their ankles.

      Thank God for Hungary and the Visegrad nations.

      I do think it will come to head even in the West though but you are absolutely right- what Erdogan is saying isn’t even anything new! Quadafi said the exact same thing fifteen years ago in that famous quote about ‘Allah giving Europe to the Muslims without any blood or swords… women… births’ thing that I had in my first book.

      One grain of hope from Turchin… he talks about the Russians getting invaded by the Mongols, and how at one point the Mongols (with their high asabiya) were just slaughtering the Russians, because none of the Russian princes would work together since their individual self-interest was trumping their collective self-interest, but that just 50 years later or so all this immense suffering and carnage had re-fused the Russians into a high-asabiya force themselves, and they boomeranged back and reconquered even more territory than they had lost. Now of course Western Europe doesn’t have fifty years to get it together, but you never know what could happen…

  11. SteveRogers42 9 months ago

    Evidently Deus does not Vult:


    • Author
      Admin 9 months ago

      Holy mackerel man… this Pope is almost like some over the top fictional creation someone would have come up with twenty years ago.

      I don’t know any Catholics in real life at all but it seems like they must be tearing their hair out… like what would the Tony Sopranos of the world say about this Pope? (not that he’s necessarily your prototype Catholics either but to a certain extent…)

      Its ironic that these left-wing 1060’s hippies and punk rocker types who used to chant “f*ck the Pope!” are now in ideological lockstep with him…

      And that these Liberals who used to love JRR Tolkien now discard him a racist, just like they used to love Buddhism but now reject the Dalai Llama for speaking out about the dangers of mass-Muslim immigration.

      • SteveRogers42 9 months ago

        Tony would say: “He’s not a friend of ours.”

        It’s Phil Leotardo that the anti-Pope would have to worry about, though:


        “Lemme tell ya a coupla-three things…”

        • Author
          Admin 9 months ago

          Lol I love it. Brings back many memories 🙂

          My favorite character was always Sylvio though I think… although little Carmine was great for humor.

          Someone linked to this one recently but I can’t remember who… another classic scene:


          If we could bottle that Sopranos spirit and let it loose in the tapwater we might have a chance.. those guys are far closer to the Muzzies than they are to any modern day Europeans unfortunately. K-selection can be rapid though as AnonCon says so its still possible we wind up with a whole continent of Phil Leotardos before long (at least I hope) 🙂

          • SteveRogers42 9 months ago

            We certainly share a lot of the same likes and dislikes!

            Phil had something to say about the spirit needed to throw off our shackles, rejuvenate the West, and remove Kebab:
            (0:29- 0:49)

          • SteveRogers42 9 months ago

            And right on cue, Erdogan gives out a classic mob-style threat:


            “If you continue to behave like this, tomorrow in no part of the world, no European, no Westerner will be able to take steps on the street safely and peacefully”.

            Translation: “Nice continent you got there. Be a shame if anything was to happen to it.”

    • Author
      Admin 9 months ago

      That is great stuff. Also I had no idea the Ukrainian flag was yellow and blue like the Swedish one…

      Whose website is that? ‘PA’ I mean? I had absolutely never heard of it before and it seems to overlap with all the other sites I read and also get a lot of traffic so I was surprised..

      • SteveRogers42 9 months ago

        Here is his homepage, I think. He is a frequent commenter and cross-poster on chateau heartiste.


      • SteveRogers42 9 months ago

        Evidently the back of the Ukranian 200 GRV note features the all-seeing eye of Horus inside a triangle…

        Things that make you go “Hmmm…”

        • Author
          Admin 9 months ago

          Interesting… I wonder how long it has been on there..

          I remember in high school there was the trick with twenty dollar bills where if you folded into a pentagon(!) it made a picture of the twin towers collapsing/burning. I think that was just random but with some other things you see on currency (like the kind of stuff you are talking about) it absolutely has explicit symbolism.

  12. SteveRogers42 9 months ago

    We may never know their motives:


    • Author
      Admin 9 months ago

      Lol that’s perfect.

      As Thomas Friedman said (well, to paraphrase him): ‘Inside the heart of every Palestinian suicide-bomber is America’s next Network-Marketing Millionaire or Pizza Joint owner’.

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