I guess the president will vote for the MHP

I guess the president will vote for the MHP

What is the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party) government doing? 

Here is what it is doing:

It is negotiating the 10-item declaration of İmralı Island. It is issuing joint statements from Dolmabahçe. It is highlighting the messages of Abdullah Öcalan, the jailed leader of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK). It is forming a monitoring commission. It is continuing the talks with the Kurdish political movement. 

And what does President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan say? 

Here is what he is saying: “We cannot legitimize Öcalan. I do not recognize 10-items or so. There cannot be a monitoring commission. There is no Kurdish issue; we have solved the issue. Beyond this, it will be concessions.”

The meaning of all of this is that the president is closer to the Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) than the AK Party.

Then, let us ask: Who will Erdoğan vote for in the upcoming elections, the AK Party or the MHP?  

Seven points proving this chaos is not fabricated 

One: Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu’s persistent and meaningful silence.
Two: Deputy Prime Minister Bülent Arınç’s dare to challenge Erdoğan’s standing.
Three: The fact that Arınç’s move is institutional, not individualistic. 
Four: Erdoğan’s showdown and his continuation of it. 
Five: Ankara Mayor Melih Gökçek’s cry, “Bülent Arınç, resign.” 
Six: The anti-Arınç pieces appearing in Erdoğan media. 
Seven: The colossal confusion of the pro-government trolls, the so-called AK-trolls. 

[HH] If Arınç can be declared ‘parallel...’ 

Gökçek has declared Arınç “parallel,” meaning pro-Gülenist. You know what? If even Arınç can be declared “parallel,” then there is no guarantee that Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu, National Intelligence Agency (MİT) head Hakan Fidan, Deputy Prime Ministers Numan Kurtulmuş and Ali Babacan and Finance Minister Mehmet Şimşek will also be declared “parallel.” 

Miscellaneous notes over the agenda 

- The shortest and funniest joke of the day: Emine Ülker Tarhan has stated the new party she founded, the Anadolu (Anatolia) Party, was ready to make an alliance with the Republican People’s Party (CHP), the party she broke away from. 

- Arınç has challenged the president. Gökçek has demanded Arınç’s resignation. Davutoğlu is silent, very silent. In short, the market is going through domestic chaos, and in this situation there are still those who turn to us and tell us that we are mischief-makers. I want to look at them in the eye like Godzilla. 

- How would you feel if this chaos ends with Gökçek becoming the prime minister, AK Party deputy Mehmet Metiner as the deputy prime minister and Erdoğan’s chief economy advisor Yiğit Bulut as the economy minister? 

- I think we urgently need an artist making a long public statement with the words “phosphoric, cat’s eye and the evil eye” in it…

- Whenever there is a mention of the biggest enemy, the first segment that comes to mind is the atheists. Guys, leave these poor atheists alone because they do not even make up one-thousandth of the country, what they say never reaches the public and the number of members in their association never exceeds 39. Those who could never hold a rally… Leave them alone! 

- Anyone who says, “We love the creature because of the creator,” should also love the atheists, shouldn’t they? So what? God created the atheists, right? Come on atheists, answer this now.