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    Turkish Foreign Minister Says Austria is 'Capital of Radical Racism'

    Turkish Foreign Minster Mevlut Cavusoglu called Austria the "capital of radical racism" on Friday after Chancellor Christian Kern suggested ending European Union accession talks with Ankara.

    In an interview with broadcaster TGRT Haber, Cavusoglu said Kern's comments, spurred in part by a crackdown on suspected perpetrators of a failed coup last month, were "ugly" and that he rejected them all.

    "The Austrian chancellor should first take a look at his own country. One of the trends that is an enemy of human rights and values is racism and today Austria is the capital of radical racism," he said.

    Kern said on Wednesday he would start a discussion among European heads of government to quit talks with Turkey citing democratic and economic deficits.

    Talks have made only slow progress since they began in 2005, with only one of 35 "chapters" concluded.

    Cavusoglu's comments drew immediate reaction from Vienna. Austrian Freign Minister Sebastian Kurz called on Ankara to moderate its words and actions.

    Kern's Social Democrats have come under pressure from both their Conservative coalition partners and the far right Freedom Party, which has in a recent opinion poll attracted 35 percent of votes on an anti-immigrant platform, critical of Islam.

    European leaders have voiced concern over Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's crackdown on suspected dissidents after a failed coup attempt last month, identifying his idea of reintroducing the death penalty in Turkey as a red line barring EU accession.

    Tensions between the two countries had been on the rise since last month. Austria had summoned Turkey's ambassador on July 21 to explain Ankara's links to demonstrations in the country in support of Erdogan.

    Turkey has so far lived up to its side of the landmark deal with Brussels to stop illegal migration to Europe via its shores, in return for financial aid, the promise of visa-free travel to much of the bloc and accelerated talks on membership.

    But Ankara has complained Europe is not living up to its side of the accord, a stance reiterated by Cavusoglu on Friday.

    "If there is an agreement, either both sides would implement this or both would put it aside. There is no step back from this," he said.

    (Additional reporting by Shadia Nasralla in Vienna; Writing by Daren Butler; Editing by Nick Tattersall and Ralph Boulton)
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    Cavusoglu is not entirely wrong. After all the Austrian regime is not really a close friend of human rights, nor a sympathizer of freedom of speech. Remember all the political prisoners in Austrian dungeons, people who only spoke out openly their political opinion. They all are imprisoned sometimes for years only for violating the NS Prohibition Act and the "Hate Speech Law". But Cavusoglu did not mean these prisoners when he stressed, that the Austrian chancellor should first take a look at his own country. But nevertheless his words pour water to the Freedom Party's mills, which is not the worst. His unfriendly words also show that Turkey is not a European country and therefore will never join the European Union. But Europeans and Austrians have to decide what they want to get: a friendly Turkey and masses of Turkish immigrants to Europe in order to fill up the European birth decline gap or an unfriendly, hostile Turkey and Turkish immigrants in Europe driven more and more into parallel societies because of a harsher political climate, which eventually can lead to a mass remigration.

    A voluntary repatriation could be a peaceful solution and a good end of decades of mass infiltration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Argos View Post
    But Europeans and Austrians have to decide what they want to get: a friendly Turkey and masses of Turkish immigrants to Europe in order to fill up the European birth decline gap or an unfriendly, hostile Turkey and Turkish immigrants in Europe driven more and more into parallel societies because of a harsher political climate, which eventually can lead to a mass remigration.
    Eh, no, it would lead to islamisation of Europe by force. It's actually already happening, Erdowahn calls for his immigrant troops to breed like rabbits, to resist integration and spread Islam whereever they can. They will not move from Europe unless we kick them out, and then we have a million strong problem, in Germany alone at least (no one really knows, because statistics are somehow racist...) 4mio, plus the other uncounted millions of Moslems from Afghanistan, NA and whathaveyou.

    The choice we have is to either bent over backwards and except our replacement and/or islamisation or to fight back and hunt them out.

    Actually, ugly Turkey is doing us a favour by becoming unstandable. Sooner or later ideologically blinded Europe will eventually realise that outside their pink bubble a "we" and "them" exists. Maybe some open eyes will also realise that Turkey is about to become the Ottoman empire 2.0, it's not that Erdogan would even deny it. And the more ugly Turkey becomes, the better. Maybe Europe starts listening to Orban/Visegrad and the other "islamophobics", otherwise we have Turks before Vienna once more, and this time, I'm afraid, they'll succeed.

    This is the problem we're faced with.
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