Jim Goad writes:
The timing of Erdoğan’s comments was almost magical, coming as they did on the heels of Rep. Steve King’s comments about how you can’t rebuild your own civilization with “somebody else’s babies.” King, naturally, was crucified across the American media landscape, while Erdoğan’s comments flew almost entirely under the radar.
Essentially, Erdoğan was making King’s point for him—by outbreeding indigenous Europeans, Turkish Muslims would radically transform Europe with somebody else’s babies.
And his comment was undeniably a vengeful threat, which will not sit well with the globalist puppeteers and their media mandarins across the Western landscape. After all, they’ve been force-feeding Western plebs the idea that refugees and Muslim immigrants are a positive thing. But you don’t threaten somebody with an ice-cream cone; you threaten them with poison. Erdoğan’s words leave no doubt that he was promising to punish rather than enrich Europe by radically altering its demographics.