Erdogan: Atatürk Would Say ‘Yes’ to Expanded Presidential Power in Turkey

During an interview Monday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan argued that the founder of the Turkish Republic, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, would vote “yes” in the upcoming referendum to expand Erdoğan’s presidential power by abolishing the Prime Minister’s office and replacing it with a vice president, among other reforms.


German Football Refugee Propaganda Campaign Backfires Magnificently

Remember that spectacularly sanctimonious plan hatched by German Newspaper Bild to force every single one of the country’s top football clubs to wear “We’re helping – #refugeeswelcome” badges on their shirts? Well, it spectacularly backfired. The only thing that was

Migrants in Europe

Pro-Migrant Paper Admits There Are too Many, Benefits Are too High, and Many Are ‘Civil Warriors’

Germany’s Bild newspaper was one of the cheerleaders for migration, despite being a traditionally conservative and nationalist newspaper. It set up its own campaign, backed by politicians, celebrities, and sportsmen, called “Wir Helfen” (“We Help”). Nevertheless it too is now beginning to voice scepticism in a Bild editorial asking “uncomfortable questions.”

The Associated Press

Germanwings Co-Pilot Researched Cockpit Security Before Flight

One of the details investigators of the Germanwings crash have been trying to nail down is whether co-pilot Andreas Lubitz planned his mass murder/suicide in advance or made a spontaneous decision to bring the plane down.