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Mr Erdogan's Policy #1018364
26th Aug 2016 8:18am
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Mr Erdogan , President of Turkey, has lowered the 'Age of Consent' to 12 yrs of age !

If Turkey, join the EU will Mr Corbyn and others still be in favour of reverting Brexit, unlimited migration from Turkey, and could this be the next move towards Islamization of Europe, and changing the laws if favour of peodophiles ?

Implications could be horrendous.

Last edited by granny; 26th Aug 2016 8:19am.

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Re: Mr Erdogan's Policy [Re: granny] #1018368
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Yes granny a pedophiles charter indeed, the world appears to be regressing into the dark ages, religious wars, black magic mumbo jumbo, slavery, it wouldnt surprise me to hear that it could gain support here after all the recent revelations of child abuse in high places and within certain communities.

Re: Mr Erdogan's Policy [Re: granny] #1018371
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Just disgusting! I've never been to Turkey and certainly won't go there now.

Re: Mr Erdogan's Policy [Re: granny] #1018412
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Re: Mr Erdogan's Policy [Re: Salmon] #1018419
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This is seriously getting 'serious' between the so called west and the "inhumane east"
The stand off will just keep boiling and explode
Why did Europe make a deal with Turkey regarding the immigrants?
Turkey done what we asked of them but have just had nothing but criticism from us so it's no wonder we are alienating them
We are all just as bad

Re: Mr Erdogan's Policy [Re: granny] #1018420
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Trump being endorsed by Farage is just one example of the wests ignorance of our own failings and thinking we are better, stronger and know better. Trump is more dangerous than Kim Jong-un
It is a shame Obama will be leaving office because he was the one man who could have changed the world but lost to his own country's opposition to change
We are in no position criticising Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Sudan, China, Russia, North Korea and countless other countries. We know they are wrong in our eyes but what has it got to do with us? We should not interfere because it is none of our business. We have made it worse no end
I am sorry for going on a bit but when we joined the EU I thought the world would be pulling together and collaborating with each other but it has been deteriorating over many years and the brexit thing has sealed a 'don't give a fu*k about anyone else' attitude which is catching on around Europe and the world
World War 1 and 2 changed the world big time (for a small while anyway) but I think WW3 will end it for good

Re: Mr Erdogan's Policy [Re: granny] #1018423
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Interesting how Turkey got jumped all over (even though it wasn't at all true), there are 14 European countries who have 14 as the age of consent, other countries who have 12 or 13 and some which have no minimum.


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Originally Posted by diggingdeeper
Interesting how Turkey got jumped all over (even though it wasn't at all true), there are 14 European countries who have 14 as the age of consent, other countries who have 12 or 13 and some which have no minimum.

Agreed DD
Turkey are not the problem















Re: Mr Erdogan's Policy [Re: granny] #1018439
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It must be OK, then !.. For little boys who don't get pregnant.


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Re: Mr Erdogan's Policy [Re: mikeeb] #1018491
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Trump being endorsed by Farage, exactly, the same Farage that misled thousands here on Brexit touting his success to the gullible in the good ole USofA, Two blatantly obvious conmen, will we ever learn?

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Been watching the EU Parliament on Turkey. Its still on and there are huge worries and concerns about Mr Erdogan's policies, and which ever outcome there is ,there is likely to be huge implications which concern many, particularly Cyprus. He's using blackmail.

The original agreement ? ..Another of Mrs Merkel's brainstorms.

Why doesn't she give him another 4.7 billion to keep the migrant gates shut ?

Did you know, because I didn't until last week, that once any migrant is granted an EU passport, they can go to any country in the EU including UK ? I didn't think migrants could get EU passports.
Very convenient for Germany to be able to scatter the one million they welcomed last year.


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Originally Posted by casper
Trump being endorsed by Farage, exactly, the same Farage that misled thousands here on Brexit touting his success to the gullible in the good ole USofA, Two blatantly obvious conmen, will we ever learn?


It was a game of who was misleading the most the remainers or the leavers. I thought the remainer politicians were the most scaremongering/distrusting so more than happy to go with Farage!!Well not really I like many millions had made our minds up 20 years ago

Re: Mr Erdogan's Policy [Re: fish5133] #1026439
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How can you make your mind up without knowing all the facts and details fish?
It's akin to buying clothes or shoes without trying them on, they look nice in the shop window, but do they fit and are they comfortable and good value, at least with clothes you can try them on or return them, once the brexit deal is done that's it, so we need to know that it is the best option for our country.

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I agree with Fish and mainly because I had taken an interest in the debates of the European Parliament over a period of time, and could identify with Farage's concerns, should we stay. Even now (last night's viewing)there are MEP's from other countries with the same concerns regarding the EU's democratic process. It's falling apart....the whole thing, be thankful that some had enough foresight to see it happening and made a choice to leave before it is too late.

I don't believe that any other country will get the same chance , not now. They have been wrapped up in financial control for ever more.

The Princess of Peace has managed to secure the Federal State of Europe in the Crown position, Germany's Throne secured. Top of her 'wish list' but...she obviously hasn't finished yet, if she's hoping to come back for more.

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Surely then if other countries can see it happening and have the same concerns as us, wouldn't it be better to try and reform it from within jointly? the rise of the far right and nationalists across Europe is becoming worrying, and can take a grip when people feel helpless and have lost faith in the main line political parties.

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