Patriotic Party (Turkey) Chairman Doğu Perinçek commented on the Sunday's Istanbul nightclub attack.
Patriotic Party (Turkey) Chairman Doğu Perinçek speaking to Ulusal Kanal in the wake of Sunday's Istanbul nightclub attack said, "Turkey will overcome this situation with the national mobilization. Forming a National Mobilization Government is now a must for our country."
Highlights of Perincek's statement;
THE US IS NOT HAPPY WITH TURKEY’S NEW FOREIGN POLICY ORIENTATION
"We share our nation's grief in this time of bereavement with deepest sympathy and condolence. The Patriotic Party has determined that Turkey has entered into a very though period. We are waging a war of independence for the motherland. We are currently confronting the United States not only across our borders but also inside of our country. We do not have a chance to get out of this fight by shaking our fists in the darkness. Turkey's strong relations with Russia, Iran, Syria, China are extremely disturbing the United States."
‘NATIONAL MOBILIZATION GOVERNMENT’ IS A MUST
"Turkey will overcome this situation with the national mobilization. How will this National Mobilization be carried out? It should be a legitimate organ of the state. In other words, forming a national mobilization government is a must for our country."
TERRORIST ATTACKS AIM TO CREATE A LIFE-SAFETY CRISIS
"The aim of this series of terrorist attacks is to create a life-safety crisis in Turkey. This will probably lead Turkey to a government crisis. The AKP government is not capable of eliminating this chaotic situation alone. We have to carry out this work with a National Mobilization Government that ensures the unity of the nation and state."
SO-CALLED CONFLICT BETWEEN ISLAMISTS AND SECULARISTS IS A US PROPAGANDA
“There are some people who want to associate this attack with a so-called conflict between Islamists and secularists. This is the propaganda of the US-Atlantic circles. The only reason for them to show Islamism as a threat is to hide the role of the US in this incident. The PKK and ISIS are all affiliated to the United States. It is clear that both of them are controlled by the United States. It is pure US propaganda to describe this attack in the context of a conflict between secularism and Islamism in Turkey.”