Erdogan is a brutal Islamist who staged a fake coup last year in Turkey to consolidate his dictatorship. He has said democracy and freedom have “absolutely no value” and that “Democracy is like a streetcar. You ride it until you reach your destination, and then you get off.”
Erdogan will continue to repress all opposition. Walid Shoebat, myself, and many others view him as the leading candidate for the biblical Antichrist; and he fits the description of one of Nostradamus’ leaders in the very soon to come WWIII as well. If interested, check out some of my related end times prophecy books like:
Below from: A challenge to Erdogan, Israel Hayom, Eldad Beck, July 6, 2017
also found at the warsclerotic blog HERE
As leaders of the world’s biggest economies, including Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, gather in Hamburg this weekend to discuss global issues, In Istanbul, the biggest protest march in modern Turkey’s history will conclude.
Intensifying the persecution of regime opponents, the Turkish president is turning his country into a perfect democtatorship, where the people are only allowed to vote in favor of what the leader desires and anyone who objects is thrown in prison and accused of terrorism. This reality has led the leader of Turkey’s main opposition party, the Republican People’s Party (CHP), to call for a so-called Justice March from the capital Ankara to Istanbul. Until the march, Kemal Kilicdaroglu, a bland politician who lacks charisma and strongly resembles Mahatma Gandhi, was unable to brand himself as a worthy opponent to Erdogan. But the 450 kilometers (280 miles) between Ankara and Istanbul have bestowed upon him an aura of an opponent capable of putting up a fight.
Holding a small sign bearing a one-word slogan — Adalet (“Justice”) — and followed by thousands of marchers (with hundreds more expected to join along the way on each day), the leader of the republican, pro-secular party is posing a major challenge to the “sultan of Ankara”: He is bringing the battle to Erdogan’s home court, the Turkish street, and showing him that his grip on the people is not absolute.