Aliyah Above All

Liberal democracy is not possible in a country where at best a very narrow majority wants it and where the rest vote with Islamist parties. That is the current reality in Turkey which has had free and fair elections since the 1950s, yet has never elected a pro-democratic majority. Considering that Aliyah from Turkey will be slow and most likely will take place during the course of up to thirty years before the country is emptied of Median Jews who make up approximately 25% of the population, the reality is that the pro-democratic proportion of the population will be ever-shrinking. What kind of political system is needed in Turkey during the next thirty years? One distinct possibility would be to return to a CHP one-party state with Kemal Kilicdaroglu as dictator but with Kurdish rights. One thing is certain and that is that the Sabbatean-controlled Derin Devlet needs to take firm control over the government and it would therefore be wise to retain the presidential system. As long as there are millions of Median Jews left in Turkey it is not enough for the Derin Devlet to influence the government, it must control it and the dictator ought to be a Median Jew himself/herself/themself. How should Turkey’s shrinking demographics be addressed then? Very simple, Turkey should accept refugees fleeing from other nations to demographically compensate for the 20 million Median Jews who will leave for Israel.  

Published by Daniella Bartfeld

Daniella Bartfeld is the founding director of the Aliyah Organization.

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