No sooner does Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan get the green light for Turkey to begin talks about entering the EU that he starts dictating terms to the dhimmis. Here is a man who knows what this is really all about. From EUObserver.com, with thanks to Ali Dashti:
Speaking in Strasbourg yesterday (6 October), Mr Erdogan said, “For the moment, something like a referendum is out of the question. The principles and conditions to become a member of the EU or to start the negotiation processes are clear”, according to Le Monde.
“Up until now, a referendum hasn’t been applied to any country who wanted to become a member”, he continued.
Up until now, no country has entered that had a past history of making war against Europe and Christendom, and which still harbors significant numbers of people who would pick up such a war again immediately, given the chance.
“If people are talking about a referendum only for Turkey, this means there are double standards. This is all the more sad because there are already members of the EU that are less developed than Turkey”
French President Jacques Chirac has called for a referendum on future enlargements of the EU, although he has made clear that this does not refer to Bulgaria and Romania.
And he has been backed by incoming Commission President JosÃ© Manuel DurÃ£o Barroso, who said this week, “The Turkish question is a very serious one. It is therefore very important that a decision is made only with the support of European citizens”.