Dictator Erdogan, Survivor of Protests, to Seek Presidency in Turkey

Last summer I had the chance to see Turkish PM Erdogan live at a massive Islamist rally of as many as a million people. After waiting out under the hot sun for hours, I was humored to see that he had the same fine taste in clothing as myself. Dictators may be nuts, but they obviously appreciate super high quality fashion, something I obviously also place a very high value on. Eh emmm…

Needless to say, Erdogan has officially announced that he is running for President. Erdogan is not merely a profound egomaniacal dictator, he is also an Islamist who openly supports the Muslim Brotherhood. The long term impact this will have on Turkey, arguably one of the most powerful and influential nations in the region is significant.

ISTANBUL — Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday announced that he will run for Turkey’s presidency in elections next month, a move that is likely to position him as the country’s dominant political figure for years to come.

New York Times has the full story.

  • Michael McCullough
    Posted at 03:48h, 02 July

    Plaid is my favorite color, too!

  • Steve
    Posted at 12:56h, 02 July

    Reminds me of an old ZZ Top song-Sharp Dressed Man. 🙂

  • Joel
    Posted at 20:15h, 02 July




    I am more of the antichrist of high fashion.

  • Steve
    Posted at 14:02h, 03 July

    I hear that brother, a golf shirt is the highest fashion thing in my closet. Hey, we got those super white robes waiting for us, so we won’t have to worry about what to wear in Heaven! 🙂

  • Christine
    Posted at 23:58h, 03 July

    He is pulling a Putin!

  • Kenneth Reese
    Posted at 00:36h, 05 July

    Ive followed much of your writings. Read your books of the Islamic antichrist. I was an avid supporter of the revived roman empire for a long time. But no more. And I believe we may be witnessing the rebirth of the 7th empire, thus now the eighth. ISIS is shaping up to fit the description. Exceedingly terrifying, devouring everything in its path, unlike the others before it. It certainly is. And with the proclamation of the Caliphate, its going to move fast. Look for them to subdue three Islamic nations in the process of expanding. Your thoughts????

  • Joel
    Posted at 03:17h, 05 July

    There are several possibilities. I wouldn’t say that tho is it yet, but things are moving in that direction. I think there may be some regional wars first.

  • Michael McCullough
    Posted at 15:08h, 05 July

    Joel, if you’re the antichrist of high fashion, then I have received the mark of the beast. It’s plaid and I like it.

    “And in those days, men who receive the mark of the fashion beast shall be greatly ridiculed by their wives. Their punishment will be exceedingly great and angels shall bind them in wide white leather belts and cast them into the lake of of burning flannel for eternity”
    – Revelation 76:17-19

  • Cars
    Posted at 00:45h, 16 July

    It would be so awesome if you would prayerfully consider doing regular simple video updates on YouTube. I think you would gain a large audience , especially increasing your younger viewer rate . Bless you for all you do for The Lord.

  • Gabe
    Posted at 00:42h, 23 July

    Erdogan begins making his moves in advance of the election:



  • Gabe
    Posted at 00:45h, 23 July

    In the meantime, Babylon is getting ready to attract more kings of finance to her bed:


    ““The big sleeping giant in the region is Saudi Arabia, a well-capitalized and large market that foreigners couldn’t get access to…The move by Saudi Arabia helps accelerate efforts by the Gulf into becoming a more mainstream destination for international investors…”


  • Gabe
    Posted at 19:19h, 28 July

    In not-so-related news, Adnan Oktar and Steven Segal are now bros!! And check out the bonus feature embedded video for Oktar’s on-air dance party!!


    I guess you just need to laugh about this stuff sometimes.

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