Erdogans Fading Star Muslim Brotherhood Aiming For Malaysia
Erdoğan’s control over Turkey is ending – what comes next?
loses mayor elections in Istanbul
sign Erdogan losing influence after two decades Erdoğan said many times, “If we lose Istanbul, we lose Turkey.”Erdoğanism dramatically diminished its democracy
Turkey 17th largest economy heavily in debt to foreign investors
world has stake in Turkey's stability
lira dropped 20% last yearTurkey important NATO ally
The emerging challengeRepublican People’s Party (CHP) oldest party (1923)
Istanbul election, Erdoğan’s hand-picked candidate lost to CHP
resurgent democracy in Turkeyopposition could unify nationallypotential financial and political crisis at stake
Istanbul, 16 million people, 1/3 of Turkey’s GDP
Istanbul’s massive municipal budget controls patronage
rerun landslide, 800,000 vote margin compared to 13,500 in March
2018 Erdogan reversed Turkey’s progress toward democratic state
to arrest and jail military and political opponents.Turkish Radio, Andadolu TV became messengers for Erdoğan
critics and challengers disappeared
Erdogan followers call him “the Great Master.”
2017 new constitution that Erdogan sought
gave him title first “executive president”
very broad constitutional powers
Things fall apart
since then growing unease with Erdogan 1,000 Turkish academics signed open letter condemning bombing Kurds
Erdogan fired head of Central Bank
Erdogan vote share dropped significantly
CHP reemerging serious national competitor
CHP municipal wins across Turkey in 2019.
AKP misused public funds during election
US$145m to foundation associated with Erdogan’s son Bilal
sexual impropriety Minister of Finance (Erdogan son-in-law)
many others over the years.
What now for Erdoğan, Turkey?
jailing lawmakers, dissidents, journalists
erosion of Erdogan's power painful for Turkey
Erdoğan’s popularity always tenuous
in presidential races Erdoğan didn’t exceed 52.5% of vote
Erdogan's party AKP fell short of Erdoğan’s 52.5%
AKP far less popular than Erdogan
Erdoğan allies say of him “serious slide in rhetoric, actions, morals, politics.”aura of Erdoğan’s invincibility dissipating Turkey nearing transfer of power
My comments :
What does this have to do with Malaysia? Everything. Erdogan has been the Muslim Brotherhood's poster boy in Turkey for about 25 years (since 1994) when he became mayor of Istanbul.
As I said before, if you ate something wrong you will know almost immediately that you ate something wrong. If you bought a wrong car or vehicle you may know in months that you made a mistake. But when countries place their trust in the wrong leaders or wrong policies it may take 10 years, 25 years to realise they have made a mistake.
This is now happening in Turkey. Of course Erdogan draws support from the Muslim Brotherhood - who also have their agent here in Malaysia. Waiting to pounce on unsuspecting Malaysians.
They are inept, incompetent and plain stupid. Everywhere the Muslim Brotherhood has had influence they have caused disaster. Eventually nothing but disaster will be the outcome of the Muslim Brotherhood's policies. Tunisia was under their control. Egypt, Algeria and of course Turkey. All have become worse basket cases.
An organisation of fools meant to fool other fools. So Malaysia better watch out. Another Muslim Brotherhood "crony" is biting the dust in Turkey. Those crows will be looking for new roosts in Malaysia. Dont say I did not warn you.
Posted by Syed Akbar Ali
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