Gerrit Tienkamp:


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Waarom er een nieuwe rechtse regering moet komen!


Visie van rechtse politieke partijen:

– Vrijheid: persoonlijk en economische vrijheid voor burger en bedrijfsleven. Minder overheidsregels
– Geen onnodige belastingverhogingen:
– De taak van de overheid is beperkt tot handhaver van de rechtsorde
– Internationale bescherming van de vrijheid
– Nadruk op de belangen van het individu en het bedrijfsleven
– Passieve rol voor de overheid
– De productiemiddelen moeten in handen blijven van particulieren. Bedrijven moeten in bezit blijven van de ondernemers: geen privatisering . Particuliere bedrijven kunnen beter winst maken dan staatsbedrijven.
– De nivellering (toename) van de inkomensverschillen. Dit is een prikkel om de motivatie te verhogen.
– Ontwikkelingshulp is belangrijk, maar heeft geen prioriteit.

Rechts is: Democratie, Vrijheid, Volk eerst
Rechtse partijen vinden dat de persoonlijke en economische vrijheid behouden moet worden. De overheid moet zich niet teveel met de burgers bemoeien, vinden zij. In de samenleving…

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Were the Grey Wolves behind #Bangkok bombing?

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Adem Karadag’ has been arrested in connection to the Bangkok bombing. But is he a member of the Grey Wolves? Photo: Royal Thai Police.

On 8 July 2015, the deportation of 109 Uighur refugees back to China by Thai authorities shifted mob attacks against Asian tourists in Turkey to protests at the Consulate General of Thailand in Istanbul and the Thai Embassy in Ankara.

After stoning the consulate, smashing the windows and wrenching the doors open, the mob poured consular documents and files onto the street.

Roughly two months later, on 28 August a man identified as Adem Karadag, with a fake Turkish passport, was arrested by Thai police in Nong Chok district of Bangkok, as a possible key suspect in the 17 August bombing at the Erawan shrine.

He was found with dozens of fake Turkish passports and explosives similar to the ones used in what is now Thailand’s most deadly peacetime attack.

The recent anti-Thai and anti-Chinese protests by the Grey Wolves and the arrest of an alleged Turkish citizen by Thai police has sparked arguments putting the group at the forefront of those possibly behind the deadly bombing that killed 20 and left more than one hundred injured.

For example Susan Cunningham’s piece in Forbes outlines long-time security analyst Anthony Davis’ argument for the strong probability of the Grey Wolves’ involvement in the Bangkok bombings. Lindsay Murdoch of Australia’s Fairfax media has also outlined the Grey Wolves past activities, including military operations in post-Soviet states with Turkic people. But before the blame is laid squarely at their feet, a few key points need to be considered.

First, the Grey Wolves, a group also known as the Idealist Hearts, was founded in February 1968 to break the hegemony of socialist groups in Turkish universities throughout the 1960s and 1970s. Formed by the leader of the Nationalist Action Party, Alparslan Turkes, the group’s raison d’etre was anti-communism.

The Nationalist Action Party has since then held firm de facto control of the Idealist Hearts, although the organisation is not a formal sub-branch of the party. Hearts members came to be known as the Grey Wolves because of their logo, which was originally derived from a Turkic myth.

The organisation soon spread all over Turkey, and until the 1980s, a fierce anti-left stance was combined with Pan-Turkic myths, racism and some Islamic discourses under a typical fascistic leadership cult and strict hierarchy.

During the late 1970s many Grey Wolves sympathisers were recruited for counter-guerrilla operations and used as hoods in the paramilitary actions of the Turkish “deep state” (a group of anti-democratic coalitions with strong influence in Turkish politics) against rising left wing activism in the country.

During this era, members of the group were also involved in several assassinations of left wing intellectuals and a few massacres against Turkey’s Alevite population who were the main base of the far left during that decade.

In the decade following the 1980 Turkish military coup, the suppression of the Turkish left by the military, the collapse of the Soviet bloc and the consequent eradication of “the traditional other” of the Grey Wolves left the group in an ideological vacuum.

With this identity crisis a few sympathisers of the group became largely affiliated with the Turkish Mafia. Several members of the Hearts established connections with international crime, with some becoming hit men for international terrorist groups.

One frequenter of the Grey Wolves, Mehmet Ali Agca, who was convicted of assassinating a prominent left-wing Turkish journalist, was later caught at St Peter’s Square after attempting to assassinate Pope Jean Paul in May 1981.

In the 2000s the organisation turned into a nation-wide club where attendees were exposed to a blend of pan-Turkic, Islamist and anti-Kurdish racist ideas. Today the appeal of this ideological mixture is mostly attractive for Turkey’s least educated youth, and they gather in protests from time to time for pan-Turkic causes.

Despite the Grey Wolves possibly providing a large pool of followers to be used in petty crime, minor mafia activities and even human trafficking, I highly doubt their capacity and preparedness to conduct a bombing such as that at Bangkok’s Erawan shrine.

Simply put, the group has never participated in such a transnational mass bombing.

The person charged in Bangkok may be a sympathiser or a regular member/visitor of branches of this organisation in Turkey. He may also be a supporter of the pan-Turkic ideology of the Grey Wolves. Furthermore, the Grey Wolves might have been so agitated in their nationalist feelings for the Uighur cause to develop strong anti-Thai and anti-Chinese responses.

However, as an organisation the Idealist Hearts, or Grey Wolves, under strict control of the leadership of Turkey’s Nationalist Action Party, is unlikely to be the group behind the Bangkok bombings.

Dr M. Murat Yurtbilir is an associate lecturer in Turkish studies at the Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies, The Australian National University. His research focuses on Turkish politics, history and foreign policy, and international politics in Central Asia.

Source: NewMandala

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Erawan Shrine bomb suspect arrested: PM


Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha announced yesterday that the key suspect for the August 17 Erawan Shrine bombing has been arrested.

Prayut said the suspect was arrested in Sa Kaew province, adding that he was not Thai and that police are checking the man’s nationality. He said the Turkish embassy has been informed of the arrest and that the suspect has been brought to Bangkok for questioning.

Nation TV reported that the suspect resembled the man in a yellow T-shirt, who was captured on CCTV leaving a backpack under a bench in the shrine compound. The backpack exploded minutes later, killing 20 people and injuring hundreds of others.

Police spotted the suspect when he was trying to sneak across the border into Cambodia from Aranyaprathet, Burapha Taskforce chief Maj-General Srisak Poonprasit said. The suspect had a black backpack, in which he was found to be carrying clothes similar to the ones the suspected bomber was seen wearing on the day of the attack.

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Source: The Nation

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Thai woman sought for #Bangkok Bomb Attacks

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Police believe a Thai woman kept a second safe house for the bombers to assemble explosives from these and other materials – as interrogators slowly wring information from the arrested foreigner (inset) whose identity is still unknown. Clockwise from top left: Explosive detonators, pipes that could pack bombs, far too many (probably fake) Turkey passports, and thousands of 5mm ball bearings, the size used in the Ratchaprasong explosion – four reasons the unidentified bombing suspect (inset) was taken into custody on Saturday.

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Authorities are hunting for a Thai woman after materials believed to be used for bomb-making were seized from her room at an apartment in Min Buri district.

She was believed to know the perpetrators thought to be behind the Erawan shrine and Sathon pier bombings, according to police sources. The group was thought to be planning more attacks.

The woman is identified as “Misaloh”, and rented room No.9106 at Maimuna Garden Home, an apartment in Bangkok’s Min Buri district.

Interviewing the neighbourhood: Suspects ‘kept to themselves’
Tracing the phones: Biggest data search ever

On Saturday night, a combined police and military force searched the room and confiscated several items which can be used to make bombs.

Found in the room include urea-based fertiliser, six 12x7cm bottles of flash powder, black and blue electrical wiring, four wristwatches, a table clock, a pack of bolts, decorative tree lights, an empty box for a walkie-talkie, a radio-controlled toy vehicle and a rucksack containing books. Police seized the items for examination.

The search was based on information gleaned from the foreigner suspect detained on Saturday in a raid at the Pool Anant apartment in Nong Chok district, where authorities seized bulk supplies of materials for making bombs, sources said.

The suspect is now being detained at the 11th Army Circle in Bangkok.

Following the Saturday night search, a team of 40 police and military officers went back Sunday to Maimuna Garden Home and searched the entire apartment again.

A welding tool was found in one room and seized for examination.

Deputy national police chief Chakthip Chaijinda said police were deployed to five areas to track down more suspects. He declined to disclose the locations.

Police spokesman Prawut Thawornsiri said Sunday a network of foreign nationals is thought to be behind the Erawan shrine blast.

Pol Lt Gen Prawut said significant quantities of bomb-making materials including detonator cords and fuses seized from the suspect’s room during Saturday’s raid point to the possibility the suspect and his accomplices had several more targets in mind.

“There were large quantities of bomb-making materials including 10 detonator cords,” said Pol Lt Gen Prawut, also assistant police chief.

The evidence has been sent for forensic examination and the findings will confirm if they are linked to the Erawan shrine and Sathon pier explosions, he said.

The police spokesman said the detained suspect, who cannot speak Thai, has so far denied any involvement in the Erawan shrine bombing, he said, adding authorities cannot confirm his identity or nationality.

“He gave a certain amount of cooperation, saying where he travelled from. But we don’t believe everything he said. So far he has made no confession,” he said.

Investigators are not ruling out any motives at this stage and it is too early to conclude what role the suspect played in the attacks.

It is believed many other people, some of whom are likely to be Thai nationals, are involved, said Pol Lt Gen Prawut. He did not give a number.

One of the possible motives is the blasts were an act of personal revenge after police recently cracked down on foreign criminals including those running fake passport syndicates.

It is possible the suspect is involved in a syndicate that makes counterfeit passports for nationals who entered Thailand on the quiet and wanted to travel to a third country, he said. More than 200 fake passports were seized from the suspect’s room, which lends weight to this theory, he said.

Police investigators have confirmed the two attacks are linked based on the type of the explosive devices used.

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Geography of the attacks: According to current reports, the bombers and helpers rented rooms at two apartment houses in Min Buri and Nong Chok districts in Northeast Bangkok, and travelled to the two sites where they set their deadly explosives. (Map by Google Maps)

The Erawan shrine blast on Aug 17 killed 20 people and injured 130 more while the other bomb which exploded in the water near the Sathon pier the following day caused no injuries.

Pol Lt Gen Prawut said other pieces of evidence such as records of phone calls are also being examined. There are photos of possible accomplices in the suspect’s phone that police are trying to verify.

Police are also questioning the cab driver who drove the yellow-shirt suspected bomber to Hua Lamphong station after he was found to have been contacted by the phone numbers which are thought to belong to the suspects.

The cab driver might have hidden some information from police but so far he has not been charged or detained, he said. He said it cannot be confirmed if the arrested man is one of the two suspects facing arrest warrants.

Besides the yellow-shirt man, an arrest warrant was issued for a man seen dropping a plastic bag with an explosive device near Sathon pier on Aug 17.

“He is one of the network definitely. Give police some time. There are several leads to follow and jobs to be done,” he said.

A source in the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) said police and military officers are jointly questioning the arrested suspect and authorities are not ruling out any possibilities including human trafficking.

Source: BangkokPost

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Varkens stoppen de bouw van een megamoskee

Gerrit Tienkamp:


Originally posted on E.J. Bron:


(Door: “rommel”)

Onlangs werd besloten dat in Boekarest, de hoofdstad van Roemenië, veruit de grootste moskee in heel Europa zou verschijnen. De grootse megamoskee buiten de islamitische wereld. Het ruime perceel was al zorgvuldig uitgekozen door moslims, zoals gebruikelijk in een attractief gebied midden in het centrum van een grote stad. Die beslissing werd, kort na zijn bezoek in Turkije, door de Roemeense minister-president en socialist Victor Ponta genomen.

Het is niet geheel duidelijk wie de rekening gaat betalen, maar de plaatselijke bevolking is er niet gelukkig mee en protesteerde heftig tegen het bouwplan. Maar het besluit stond vast, die megamoskee zou worden gebouwd.

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Erawan bomb suspect arrested

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Turkish suspect arrested in Bangkok with bomb making equipment.

Police arrested an Arab-looking man at a rented room in Bangkok’s Nong Chok district Saturday afternoon and found a lot of bomb making tools and materials.

The arrest took place at Poon-anand apartment in Nongchok district in eastern Bangkok. A large quantity of explosive-making materials were found at the apartment.

Initially, police said the suspect was a Turksih but Police spokesman Pol Lt Gen Prawut Thawornsiri late said the suspect carried a fake Turkish passport.

As a result, police could not yet confirm his nationality yet.

Prawut said the suspect was not the bomber but might belong to the movement as police found bomb making materials in his room, including 0.5-mm ball bearings used in the bombs that exploded at the Erawan Shrine and the Sathorn pier.

The arrest was made after about 100 police and troops surrouned the apartment at at 1:30 pm.

Among things found were 0.5 cm diametre ball bearing similar to those found at the bomb sites at Ratchaprasong Intersection and Sathorn pier. The Ratchaprason attack happened on August 17.

Police and troops surrounded the apartment building on Soi Chuamsamphan 11 for about two hours before making the raid.

Several senior police officers joined the raid, including Metropolitan Police Commissioner Pol Lt Gen Sriwarah Rangsitpramkul and Crime Suppression Division Commander Maj Gen Akkaradej Pimolsri.

The suspect was renting rooms No 412 and 414 on the fourth floor of the apartment, a police source said.

The explosion at the Erawan Shrine on August 17 killed 20 victims, mostly foreign tourists. I also injured more than 100 others.

A man in yellow shirt was seen leaving a backpack under bench in the shrine compound shortly before the bomb went off.

Feeds from security cameras led to facial sketch of a foreigner who appeared like an Arab. A police source said the arrested Turkish looks resemble to the facial sketch of the bomber.

Sriwarah said the suspect rented about three to four rooms and police were checking the rooms.

Sriwarah confirmed that police found some materials in the suspect’s rooms that were similar to those used in the two bombs.

Sriwarah added that the suspect had started renting his room in July.


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Police has scheduled a press conference for 6pm.

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Orangutans found in cages on Phuket to return to #Indonesia


Thailand will return 14 orangutans to Indonesia five years after they were found in cages on the side of the road in Phuket.

Authorities found 13 Sumatran orangutans in Phuket in 2010, apparently bound for a private zoo.

The 13 orangutans were held in Khao Pra Thab Chang wildlife breeding centre in Ratchaburi province, where they bred one more orangutan.

Indonesia submitted a letter this month to request their return and agreed to pay for the transportation of the orangutans.

A C-130 Hercules transport aircraft will fly to Thailand to pick up the orangutans on Sept 7, reported the Bangkok Post.

Orangutans are listed as endangered by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and there are just over 7,000 Sumatran orangutans left.

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Hoe langer hoe gekker! Burgers Gouda bespuugd door Marokkanen; de Marokkanen eisen nu excuses

Gerrit Tienkamp:

Marokkaans Tuig

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Dit is niet alleen het toppunt van onbeschoftheid en arrogantie van deze aso-groep maar ook het toppunt van schijterigheid van de islamknuffelaars! Lees hier de omgekeerde wereld!


spugen is de aard van het beestje!

De voorzitter van de ChristenUnie-fractie in Gouda, Theo Krins, Twitterde onlangs iets heel erg niet-politiek corrects maar pijnlijk realistisch over een helaas al te bekend fenomeen in Gouda. En dat mag natuurlijk niet van D66/PvdA/GroenLinksGouda Positief. Dus nu is er #OPHEF! en worden excuses geëist. Die Theo Krins mooi niet van plan is te geven, aldus het Algemeen Dagblad.

Krins Twitterde onlangs dat in Gouda ‘twee mensen zijn bespuugd door een Marokkaan’. Iets wat meer inwoners van Gouda wel eens overkomt (inwoners van Amsterdam ook trouwens). Ook replyde Krins met: ‘Helaas doen Nederlandse Marokkanen dit regelmatig en bewust!’.
Iets wat meer inwoners van Gouda kunnen onderschrijven (inwoners van andere steden ook trouwens.)

Maarja, Nederland en…

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De Knettergekke islamfreaks: Miljoenen om de moslim bevolking te leren begrijpen!

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Instituut Marokko (Nimar) krijgt een subsidie van bijna 2,5 miljoen euro om de kennis van elkaars cultuur te verdiepen en verbreden. Dit moeten wij, het Nederlandse volk weer ophoesten!


Jet Bussemaker: We moeten leren ze te begrijpen…

De ministers Jet Bussemaker van Onderwijs en Bert Koenders van Buitenlandse Zaken zeiden vrijdag op BNR Nieuwsradio dat „het instituut met zijn kennis over de Arabische taal en cultuur een belangrijke rol kan spelen bij maatschappelijke vraagstukken waaronder integratie.”

We weten meer dan genoeg van Marokko, Jet. We willen dat de grenzen met dat land potdicht gaan. En we willen hun gespuis met de eerste de beste boot, trein of vliegtuig terug. En als je graag mee wilt mag je ook ophoepelen naar dat boevennest. Waar is het misgegaan? We zijn al eeuwen in oorlog met ze. Ze plunderden eeuwenlang de Europese kusten en voerden onze vrouwen in slavernij in hun verkracht-harems en dwongen…

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