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Using the democratic process to strip yourself of the democratic process

Democratic process

Yesterday, Turkey voted to make Hitler's Mini-Me -- Tayyip Erdogan – the de facto dictator.

I have to say, that's irony for you. Using the democratic process to effectively strip yourself of an semblance of democracy.

All it took was a razor-thin majority to deprive the Turkish people of their own voice in government.

Large segments of Turkey were vehemently opposed to this referendum. But because a slim majority voted yes, those opposed were rendered powerless.

In other words, making Erdogan the de facto dictator won the popular vote.

So now do you understand why we have an Electoral College?

Many of those who support this move toward dictatorship want Erdogan to have all power in order to avoid “deadlock” in government.

In America we call deadlock “checks and balances” – there to prevent one person from doing what Erdogan has done.

In other words, "deadlock" is part of the democratic process.

And with this referendum, Erdogan has the ability to remain in power for the next twelve years.

Listen, the greatest threat to Europe right now is not Vladimir Putin.

Europe's greatest threat is an all-powerful Tayyip Erdogan.

This man has already threatened to unleash a flood of Muslim “migrants” into Europe.

And with this victory, Erdogan is already saying he plans to review the deal he made with the EU to curb the flow of Muslim “refugees” and “migrants” into Europe.

Something tells me with this “New Turkey,” things in Europe are about to go from bad to worse.


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Excerpt: Dictatorship wins the popular vote in Turkey.
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