“A mosque in Munich would be an important message for world peace.” (or else!)
Today the council of Munich wanted to bury the Sendling mosque project officially. The resistance was too large in the population – and to small the financial possibilities of the owner, the mosque association Ditim. In a last ditch effort, Â Turkish “European Minister” Egemen Bagis (photo l. with Angela Merkel with their Turkey visit in March) offered lucrative assistance from Turkey (?)
“A mosque in Munich would be an important message for the world peace. I would support the project gladly”, so Bagis to the local Munich Merkur. And further: “The Muslim world will not leave those Munich Muslims behind….” (more from PI, in German: Finanzspritze aus TÃ¼rkei fÃ¼r Sendlinger Moschee? )
Did you know that Turkey has a “Europe Minister?”
Turkey wants justice (sharia) in EU bid, Bagis says
When a Muslim talks about ‘justice’ he means sharia. Everything else is ‘unjust’
Turkish chief negotiator said that Turkey prepared the constitutional amendment package to upgrade living standards of Turkish people. Â (More mosques, the better!)
Failed Euro-polit trash Â ends up in Brussels:
Ex-minister Rachida Dati confuses oral sex for inflation
Rachida DatiÂ was dropped from the French government last year after her penchant for designer dresses and appearing on the covers of celebrity magazines prompted criticism that a senior minister should not engage in such frivolity.
She is now a member of the European parliament. Â (SMH)
State Minister & Chief Negotiator for EU talks Egemen Bagis addressed a meeting titled, “Turkey’s Membership Process after September 12 Referendum”, at European Policy Center, a think-tank organization in Brussels.
Most of Turkish people chose democracy and the EU path in the referendum on September 12, 2010, Bagis said. The constitutional amendment package which was accepted in the referendum included many articles about reforms that have been demanded by the European Union for years, he said.
Bagis said, “the European Commission and other countries welcomed the constitutional amendment package. But we did not do it to please the EU, but to upgrade living standards of the people. (With Euro- peoples money. Take that, suckers!)
Not only the constitution but also mentality also changed in Turkey, he said.
(Is he telling us that Turkey is about to become the next Iran?)
When some EU countries tried to get rid of Roma (Gypsy) people, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with Roma citizens and apologized for mistakes that were made in past, Bagis said.
(How many Roma did the Turks kill? How much compensation did they get?)
In regard to Turkey’s EU accession process, Bagis said, “we want justice. We should be treated fairly.”
(Lets call on Turkey to make amends for the genocide on the Armenians and get the hell out of Cyprus, then we can talk. How’s that?)
Regarding visa procedure, Bagis said that when Turkish people were waiting in the line to get visa, they felt that they were isolated.
Lets keep it that way.