Austria threatens to veto Turkey’s EU membership

at[1]As a blowback of the recent failed CIA-Mossad regime change in Ankara Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern has threatened that if European Union members agreed over Turkey’s accession to EU, he would veto it.

Christian Kern’s second wife Eveline Steinberg is Jewish. He is considered very pro-Israel.

Anti-Islam Kemalist (Donmeh) leaders began the process of joining the EU against the wishes of Turkey’s Muslim majority (99%) in the 1960s.

On March 30, 2010, British journalist Baroness Patience Jane Wheatcroft, editor-in-chief of the Wall Street Journal explained why EU members are afraid to let Turkey in.

“Although the government of the country is secular, estimates put the proportion of the population which is Muslim at around 99%. Although religion is not the driving force it once was in large parts of Europe, there is a widespread belief that including an overwhelmingly Muslim country in the club would drastically change its character,” Wheatcroft said.

On June 22, 2016, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan bluntly said Europe doesn’t want his country to join the EU because the majority of the nation’s population is Muslim. He said his government will ask the public whether negotiations with Brussels should continue.

Europe, you don’t want us because the majority of our population are Muslim. We knew it but we tried to show our sincerity,”Erdogan said at a graduation ceremony in Istanbul.

In December 2010, UK’s newspaper Guardian reported that previously secret cables sent from the US embassy to the Vatican indicated that Pope Benedict XVI, a Zionist shill, was responsible for the Vatican’s growing hostility towards Turkey joining the EU.

According to YouGov’s latest Eurotrack survey, there is immense hostility to Turkey joining the European Union. Britain is the least hostile of all the EU countries with 67% against the Turkish entry into the EU. In other countries the opposition is: Denmark 82%, Finland 83%, France 74%, Germany 86% and Sweden 73%.

Austria’s all major political parties are pro-Israel and anti-Muslim (here, here).


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