Angry Turk’s Message for Europe: “We Are Coming”

Soeren Kern, Stonegate Institute, March 16, 2012

Whether or not you want us in the European Union, our influence in Europe is growing. We are more numerous. We are younger. We are stronger.

A second-generation Muslim immigrant in Austria has authored a provocative new book in which he argues that Europe’s future is Turkish, whether Europeans like it or not.

The book’s short, sharp and confrontational title says it all: “We Are Coming.”

The thesis is: “Regardless of whether or not you [Europeans] like us [Turks], whether or not you integrate us, whether or not you want us in the European Union, our influence in Europe is growing. We are more numerous. We are younger. We are more ambitious. Our economy is growing faster. We are stronger.”

The author, a 25-year-old Austrian-Turk named Inan Türkmen, says his objective in writing the book is to change the terms of the debate about Muslim immigration in Europe.

Türkmen—who was born in Austria to Kurdish migrants and speaks fluent German—says he is sick and tired of the way Turkish immigrants are being portrayed in the European media. He believes the time has come for Turks to fight back.

Taking a page from the playbook of the American Tea Party movement, Türkmen says he wants to establish an “angry citizen movement” (Wutbürgerbewegung) in Europe. His Turkish Tea Party would unite Turkish immigrants in Austria, Germany and other European countries to protest against European “arrogance.”

In an interview with the Vienna-based newspaper Die Presse, Türkmen says he decided to write “We are Coming” after getting “hot under the collar” over a recent book about Muslim immigration by the renowned German economist Thilo Sarrazin.

Sarrazin’s best-selling book, “Germany Does Away With Itself,” broke Germany’s long-standing taboo on discussing the impact of Muslim immigration. The book, which was first published in August 2010, is now on its 22nd edition. At last count, more than two million copies have been sold, making it one of the most widely read titles in Germany since the Second World War.


The roots of Germany’s current problems with Muslim immigration can be traced back to October 30, 1961, with the signing of a labor recruitment agreement between West Germany and Turkey. At the time, West Germany’s post-World War II economy was booming and similar treaties with Greece, Italy and Spain were insufficient to supply Germany’s seemingly endless demand for labor. By the end of 1969, more than one million Turkish “guest workers” had arrived in Germany to work in the “host country’s” industrial zones.

The initial idea was that the Turkish laborers would return home after a period of two years, but the so-called “rotation clause” was removed from the German-Turkish treaty in 1964, partly due to pressure from German industry, which did not want to pay the costs of constantly training new workers. The predictable result was that many Turks never returned home.

Today, the Turkish population in Germany has mushroomed to an estimated 3.5 million, and Turks now constitute the largest ethnic minority group in the country. Demographers expect that the Turkish population in Germany will increase exponentially in coming decades, largely due to a high birth rate and Germany’s continuing high demand for foreign workers.


Time is on the side of the Turks and Inan Türkmen knows it. In a highly confrontational essay titled “You Germans Need the Turks more than the Turks Need You“ which was published by the Financial Times Deutschland, Türkmen writes: “Our consolation is that Turkish influence in Europe is growing and there is nothing you Europeans can do to stop it. Of course, Turkey has always exerted influence on Europe. Mozart, Hayden and Beethoven were all inspired by Turkish music. Soon you will not even realize it because you will all be a little Turkish. People mix into cultures and I am planning to contribute something to make this happen. Up until now, all of my girlfriends have been European, not Turkish. In the future, freckles will become increasingly rare sight in Europe. The point is: The future belongs to Turkey.”

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  • loyalwhitebriton

    White, Christian, Europe spent centuries fighting off the Turks – in the form of the Ottoman Empire.
    A new Turkish empire is forming. 3.5 million Turks in Germany alone. The situation will be excacerbated if Turkey is successful in it’s application to join the Soviet Brussels machine (EU), though this is by no means certain.
    However, I don’t need a crystal ball to tell me that history may well repeat itself. And perhaps sooner than we think.

    • I predict an eventual Turkish (or Turkish-Arabic-Egyptian) military invasion of Europe through Thrace to Vienna and then on to Brussels. They will face the financially-starved army of the Greeks, who will fight with valor but be overwhelmed. Then perhaps a Magyar and South-Slavic army will face them, and may succeed. If they do not, it is over. North-Western Europe will give way with poor resistance and the European world will be divided between the Eastern, Slavic lands and the Iberian and Italian peninsulas by a powerful Islamic empire.

      • IstvanIN

        Goodness knows they already have significant fifth columns in Germany, France, Spain, UK, and the Benelux countries.  It is possible that this time the Muslims, if not the Turks specifically, win.

      • RememberVienna
        •  Of course I do… and those heroes had God on their side.

          I can’t imagine a Western-European army fighting with a strong faith in God today.

  • haroldcrews

    The curious thing about unsustainable trends is that they generally don’t continue.  I’m not saying that immigration into Germany isn’t a concern but the death knell for Germans is far from being rung.  Social revolutions can occur fairly quickly.  Frankly the writings of this idiotic Turk are likely to contribute to a German rebirth.  Out of a population of 82 million or so Turks comprise between 3 and 4 million.

    • Turkey itself has a population of 75 million, and a much younger, more fit, and increasingly well-equipped army. The population is far more nationalistic and radicalized, and despite having committed themselves some of the most brutal 20th century genocides, the average Turk feels no shame whatsoever about his nation’s history.

      Germany is the enemy of Germany.

  • bubo

    These third-world moslems are big on talk and arrogance.  That’s it.  Without the complicit European white power elites they would be no more than peasants panhandling for scraps.  

  • He forgot to add “we are breeding thanks to your taxes, you are paying us to breed”

  • Hirschibold

     “The author, a 25-year-old Austrian-Turk named Inan Türkmen, says his
    objective in writing the book is to change the terms of the debate about
    Muslim immigration in Europe.”

    No, his thesis is to make not-so-veiled threats, about ten times as controversial as anything uttered by Thilo Sarrazin. But we know why he can get away with it. War Guilt is just like white guilt. Same crap, different diaper.

  • Detroit_WASP
  • I’ve never been to Europe.  If I’m ever going to go I guess it better be soon.  I’m reminded of the scene from “Dances with Wolves” when John Dunbar says he wants to see the frontier, before its gone.  I feel the same way about Europe.

  • anybody else anxious for the war to start

  • ViktorNN

    They always pose as if they’re merely asserting their own identity, and expressing a sense of pride.

    But then they always overreach, they can’t help themselves:

    “…all of my girlfriends have been European, not Turkish. In the future, freckles will become increasingly rare sight in Europe.”

    It’s outright overt hate for whites, right there under the surface. We all sense it, but it takes these slip ups to prove it. It takes understanding the difference between what is said in public versus what is said behind closed doors. They hate us, it’s that simple.

  • JohnEngelman

    No white or Oriental country needs immigration. Labor shortages result in wage increases, more employment opportunities, and labor saving machinery.

  • KenelmDigby

    As I keep saying, the danger to Whites worldwide ISN’T any third world immigrant group, no matter how numerous they might be but WHITE POLITICAL ELITISTS.
     Sorry to capitalize an labor the point, but it’s a very, very important point – in fact it’s the only thing worth knowing in the whole sorry saga.

    The immigrants are only here because the politicians WANTED them to be here.The politicians have full, absolute and unhindered powers to open and shut the gates, in exactly the same way as you have in closing the front door of your home.It really is as simple and obvious as that – whatever you, don’t let anyone try to over complicant or confound a very simple situation with clauses ‘ifs’, ‘ands’ , what ifs’, ‘consequences’, ‘good relations’, ‘international agreements’ etc etc. Anyone who invokes any of these to dissuade you is either a fool or a liar – as a politician he’ll invariably be both.

  • MissBonnie123

    You are absolutely correct!

    Mr. Inan Türkmen claimed that the Germans need the Turks more than the Turks need the Germans. For what??? To turn Germany into a Third World country?

  • It is simple:

    White males holding title to land shall be the only voters
    All will be well within one generation.

  • The Turks, as all muslims, may be primitive and are crippled thinkers but it isn’t them alone that our nightmare is composed.  It is our own kind that are using the muslims, the blacks and anything else anti-white and Christian as levers to destroy us.  They are the enemy and they will succeed if we fail to do the hard things.

  • Frank Keliher

    In the early 1960’s two books were published on the fate of Western Civilization.  One was Suicide of the West by James Burnham.  The other, a year or so apart, was The Might of the West by Lawrence Brown. 

    Both books cited the enormous change in the map of the world between 1914 and the 1960’s when the books were published.  In 1914, just before WWI, almot the entire world was controlled by European civilization and white peoples were confident and secure in their lives and futures.   Then, in less than 50 years, but after two world wars, Western civilization was in sharp decline.  I remember thinking when I read those books, if things got that bad in the last 50 years, what will the next 50 be like?  Now I know.

    Both books attributed the decline of the West to liberalism.  One said that liberalism was simply weakness.

    A Turkish unit fought in Korea on the side of the U.S. and  T. R. Fehrenbach in his great book This Kind of War described the Turks as ‘barbarian proud of their manhood,” and contrasted their behavior favorably to that of Americans when both groups were prisoners of war.

    IMHO anyone who wants to understand the decline and the future of the West should google the name Lazar Kaganovich and then just use his head and follow his nose.

  • Angry White Woman

    A desire to survive as a distinct ethnicity, within the borders of our own land is not arrogance. To come to another country and ask–no, demand even–that that the citizenry supplant our own traditions, ancient bloodlines, race and culture in our own land in favor of yours; that is the very definition of arrogance!

  • Americans complains all the time about the Black and Hispanics and do nothing. 🙂 I think, all the white countries have this in common. It makes them so peaceful.
    Actually we do against Gypsies more than you think. Just google Gypsies riots suppress by Slovakian army. Just imagine same thing  in London for instance. If you will live next to Gypsies, you will learn that there are only 2 long term solutions – extermination or exodus. Neither alternative is feasible in European Union, which brings so far more goods than bad. 
    Anyhow, time are changing.  Many of mine friends are getting arms, stockpile ammunition, purchase farms and etc. Once STHF, I would not like to be Gypsie in Slovakia.
    And speaking of Turks. Slovakia had joy of being part Otomans Empire. It was so peaceful and respectful period of history, that until now old people use word Turk like insult 🙂
    Anyhow, you should travel to Europe, even to Slovakia. Things are not so bad like you think. 

  • If a White Austrian dared to utter such hateful words about Turks or other minority with protected status, he would have been arrested and facing a hate crime charge. I guess free speech is only permitted when it’s a minority, spewing his hate and disdain for the native (White) population.
    In a sane world, this Turkish (He will NEVER be an AUSTRIAN) dirt bag would be tossed out of Austria on his *** poste haste!

  • the slavs will never bow to these people. the russians and ukrainians hate these people and make no effort to hide it. they will never take switzerland either. even the germans were afraid of attacking the swiss. the turks are nothing compared to the germans.

  • “European arrogance”, sounds kind of like a illegal Mexican immigrant in America whining about “American arrogance” because we aren’t handing over the country fast enough to them.

  • Skipper

    What is scary is that Inan Türkmen’s positions are little different than the U.S. State Department’s.  In fact, after 9/11 the United States became the strongest advocate for Muslims throughout the world which has to be one most bizarre metamorphosis socio-political history.

    The US has emphatically pushed for Turkey’s inclusion in the EU (as if it was any of the US’s business) regardless of the certain negative consequences for Europe.  It makes one wonder what sort of madmen are running this nation and who is paying them off.