Saturday, November 03, 2007

Turkish Grey Wolves rearing their ugly heads...

in the Netherlands. From Klein Verzet.

What’s wrong with these people? Now they even start flying the Turkish flag above my country. After it flew over all major cities in The Netherlands, the Dutch police confiscated the thing, because some Kurdish organizations found the text: “şehitler ölmez!” offensive. Strangely enough the police couldn’t tell reporters why it was deemed offensive or what the text means.
In The Netherlands freedom of expression apparently ends when you upset somebody. After a quick Google investigation it seems to mean something like:şehitler ölmez = martyrs, refers to people killed in war don’t die
Thus also the Dutch fifth column of Turkey is mobilizing for the coming war. Brussels journal already reported on the situation in Belgium.
Update:Şehitler Ölmez is a slogan of the violent Turkish Grey Wolves fascists.

About the Turkish Grey Wolves (per wICKipedia)

Grey Wolves (Bozkurtlar in Turkish) is the youth organization of the Turkish Nationalist Movement Party ("Milliyetçi Hareket Partisi", MHP), an ultra-nationalist[1] neo-fascist[2][3] movement founded by Alparslan Türkeş in 1969. They are named after Asena, a legendary ancient female wolf that led captive Turks to freedom. Their formal name in Turkish is ülkücüler (idealists) and Ülkücü Hareket (The Idealist Movement), inspired from 19th Century Turkish writer Ziya Gökalp later developed by 20th century writer Nihal Atsiz (who is also high school teacher of Alparslan Türkeş) and Italian fascist Giovanni Gentile's "Actual Idealism" theory as a pseudo-philosophical reference. Ülkü Ocakları (Forges of Ideal), the proper platform of Grey Wolves, denies any "direct" links with MHP and presents itself as an independent youth organisation. Their female supporters are called Asena.

They recently staged a demonstration against - you guessed it, the good old U S of A. They are attacking Kurds and attempting a lynching? Yikes.