I love Turkey, how dare they sneer down their noses

im talking about european attitudes to turkey....and probably sellout turks(a few) commenting on their own percieved inadequacies.

in a BBC report they (how conveniently) pick on some one who remarks "We are a young country, and we lack Europe's enlightenment, but the EU process will help us. Turkey is now fulfilling its destiny."

we lack europes 'enlightenment'? right? the only group of people whos culture is so deranged and destructive that they have generated devices and practices to poison and destroy this world....all for their growth. bluddy heck, i wish so many easterners werent so westoxified.

anyway, general uk media is very patronising of Turkey, turkey whos prenational legacy gave the ummah so much, whos people would be a blessing to their 'continent'

i think its a win win situation for turkey, if europes own rascism, double standards and colonial intent proves too much, given Prime minister Erdogans sincerity and plurality...then we know the character of this europe. that it is has not changed its spots. maybe then that westoxifies and antiislamic element in turkey will have less of a leg to stand upon.

If it goes forward, then i am really happy for them, cos apparently im European..

they say turkey is 'poor' and 'cruel'...... flippin intolerant government mouthpiece imperialist scuzzbuckets.

thinking about the rest of the ummah....what difference does it make if turkey is part of the european bloc? does it loosen ties with its 'sister states' in central asia.... with Prof Ihsan ogle and Erdogan doing so well (inshallah)

or are we playing the muslims card in the Pharoahs court? of course there is more value in it these days, given the Wests recent pathalocigal insecurity.

but what for the progression of Islamic ideals, thoughs, philosophies, peoples and ambitions?
one thing for sure, is that ummah members cant expect their brothers to slowdown and sacrifice these openings to bail them out.

Eurocentricity is a problem that europe, the US and decultured elites of the South and East need to be cured of. it does not need to be spread deeper into the human culture.

Sucking up like this is damaging to the dignity of that project.


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Back from Malaysia

Educational as all things generally are in this world. My visit was by no means representative as the world i think conspired to shove hordes of interesting people my way. Only two Weeks though :-(

Lots of well educated people going about the business of plotting together for social justice (Friends of the Earth Malaysia...but it was the first to bear that name and in malay its got the words sahabatul Alam in the title, The Consumers Association of Penang), doing cultural J and other wot nots. Musically_ Phoenix Bangkit by M Nasir and visually through the film Puteri Gunung Ledang (the princess of Ledang mountain). Educationally and islamically through the Multiversity, The International Islamic University of Malaysia and ISTAC (may Allah protect them from screwing up or taking damage from malicious and hegemonic sources).

Technologically there are people, with resources of a kind, thinking about humanising this techie techi world of ours.

of course not every thing is rainbows, lots of bangladeshi, indonesian and southa asian exploitation going on. please malaysia sort out a love drenched policy on these matters. I understand the need for a bhumiputra policy, but this affirmative action craziness might end up being detrimental to the lifeforce of the malays.

anywway am gonna try and stick some photos up"!!