As German fascism marked Erdoğan, Mexico scored an unexpected goal - TAMER KORKMAZ

As German fascism marked Erdoğan, Mexico scored an unexpected goal

The latest champion Germany was almost everybody’s favorite as it was going up against Mexico in the World Cup in Russia. They even had the overwhelming upper hand against Mexico too in the history of the cup. However, this time they hit hard into Mexico.

We were probably the happiest after the Mexicans about the single goal of the match that led Germany to defeat.


Özil was in Germany’s top 11, Gündoğan was on the bench.

The placard opened among the crowd of German supporters before the Mexico match read, “Özil and Gündoğan, go play next to Erdoğan.”

İlkay Gündoğan and Mesut Özil became the targets of “political leaders in Germany” for meeting with President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in London last month.

German President Steinmeier even threatened them by saying, “It would be good for them if they both expressed their loyalty to the German state and corrected the picture that emerged.”

The racist reactions of Germans who were “incited” did not take long to surface.

The two Turkish football players who wear the Germany uniform faced the wrath of the German audience in the crowd “since the practice match.”

Before the practice match with Saudi Arabia, the racists destroyed İlkay Gündoğan’s car windows.

It was stated that those who attacked Gündoğan’s car were “Neo-Nazis.”

Now let’s zoom right here.

If such racist attacks are breaking out and the “Neo-Nazis” are pointed to as the source, it means the German deep state’s “counter-actions” have been activated.

These are organized attacks of “unconventional warfare methods” that tell the Turks in Germany to “go away.”

You will remember that we scrutinized an unusually dramatic example within this scope many times:

It was long proven that the Neo-Nazi masked organization that killed 10 people, eight of whom were Turkish, between 2000 and 2007, carried out operations in association with Deep Germany (Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution).

What happened to the “new era” with Germany?

You can see how headlines such as “New Era with Germany,” published urgently in our media following Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım’s meeting with Chancellor Angela Merkel last February, “go down the drain each time.”

According to the German state’s fascist mindset, the two football players, who wear the Germany national team uniform, even meeting with the Turkish president constitutes “a great mistake.”

This is what “amazing democracy” or the “magnificent civilized West” is in Germany.

Germany’s politicians went so far in their enmity toward Muslim Turkey that they are even resorting to placing Özil and Gündoğan on the target board.

Remember former German President Gauck, before Steinmeier, who had accepted spy witness John Dündar in his palace with a “spectacular interest”?

What was that really about?

They were very pleased about Dündar entering the service of the German state, and his loyalty.


Germans are attacking Özil and Gündoğan, while they wrap traitor Adil Öksüz, who is “the imam of the night of July 15,” in silk sheets.

What happened after that?

German media confessed that Öksüz was in Neukölln, Berlin, in other words, that he was staying at the “safe house” with the knowledge of the German state.


Berlin continues to distract Ankara – along with bare-faced lies.

The German state continues to “protect more than 4,000” members of the Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETÖ), including two fugitive prosecutors.

German police stand audience to Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) terrorists setting mosques on fire “with grins.”

While Berlin banned President Erdoğan from holding a rally in Germany before June 24, it allows the pro-PKK Peoples’ Democracy Party (HDP) all kinds of propaganda.

This is what the fascist German state understands from the “New Era with Turkey”; they are going to increase all kinds of attacks.


The more our influential officials or politicians continue to give messages of “friendship and rapport” aimed at Germany, the more “Cruel Berlin” will run wild.


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