Germany and Turkey, both have played big parts in human history, both were (a part of) past empires and both tied together in magic bonds. It was only last November that Turkish prime minister Erdogan went on the thin edge of humiliating German chancellor Merkel – and he did this on German soil, just to show how strong a Turkish can feel in current day Germany.
Germany is holding up much of Europe’s economy, the country seems like it would help anyone who asks it to, disregarding its own limitations. Turkey is desperately looking for attention, went to bed with Iran only to discover it does not want to be there, bullied Israel for a while and stepped back slowly and made war declarations on Assad’s Syria but did nothing to really push him out.
And today we learn of two news, one from each country, that clearly marks the growing gap between them as well as the relentless attempts of (some) opinion leading Turkish media people to go back in time to the happy days of the Ottoman empire.
Germany just added a young new Mayor to its ranks, he is Peter Feldmann and he is of Jewish origins, he is the first German who is of the Jewish religion since world war II, which marks once again the growing distance between modern day Germany to its calamity of the past.
Turkey had seen the day open with a shampoo commercial that uses Hitler as its promoter, clearly sending a nice fat wink to the growing devoted Muslims of Turkey, at the expense of Jewish feelings around the world. But this powerful demonstration of poor taste and clear insensitivity is not only aimed at Jews, because Hitler also thought that Slavs are below the master race, he also went ahead and murdered retarded and handicap of pure German origins, gypsies and homosexuals.
However the ignoramus fool who created this commercial disregards this, as will probably all the other nations, religions and peoples who have been butchered by the Nazis because it is sadly clear that anything coming out of a Muslim country today is poison filled anti Jewish sentiment.
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