Marion Le Pen to Erdogan: 'The Future of Turkish People Living in Europe is in Turkey'Chris Menahan
Mar. 20, 2017
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Marion Le Pen responded to Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's urging Turks to "have five kids" in order to demographically conquer Europe by saying "the future of Turkish people living in Europe is in Turkey."
"Dear Erdogan, the future of Turkish people living in Europe is in Turkey," Le Pen wrote on Twitter Saturday.
Erdogan told supporters at a rally last Friday to "have not just three but five children."
"The place in which you are living and working is now your homeland and new motherland," he said. "Stake a claim to it. Open more businesses, enroll your children in better schools, make your family live in better neighborhoods, drive the best cars, live in the most beautiful houses."
On Sunday, Erdogan said Merkel was "employing Nazi measures" by banning Turkish diplomats from lobbying Turks in Europe to vote in favor of a measure to expand his presidential powers.
"When we call them Nazis they [Europe] get uncomfortable. They rally together in solidarity. Especially Merkel," he said. "But you are right now employing Nazi measures. Against who? My Turkish brother citizens in Germany and brother ministers."
Turkey's Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu threatened last Thursday to "blow the mind" of Europe by sending 15,000 so-called "refugees" a month to the EU.
Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu also threatened on the same day that "Holy wars will soon begin in Europe."
It cannot get anymore clear what's happening in Europe is not a "migration," but a hostile invasion.
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