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Topics: Turkey, Holland, Erdogan

Sunday, 12 March 2017

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Holland, once the capital of liberalist beliefs has a serious "Turkish storm in a Dutch teacup" brewing!

Holland has forbidden Turks living in their country to protest about hygiene in their kebab, fast food outlets. It seems the Dutch authorities have discovered certain short-comings in high Dutch hygiene standards and many Turkish say, "this is normal in Istanbul!"

The dispute has reached the ears of President Erdogan who sent his representative to sort the problem out, but the Dutch government, reluctant to get involved in such grim, greasy problems, invited the Turkish rep for a glass of tea with the King and Erdogan said, "no, we refuse to drink tea with the Dutch king, our sweet tea is much better than their Pickwick scented tea bags!"

This slight diplomatic problem has now reached the ears of many Turks living in Holland and their response has been to set fire to Turkish Kebab outlets all over Holland in protest screaming;

"If you don't want our lovey kebabs, then you don't get them!" Millions of Dutch kebab lovers are now dying of hunger or turning to Domino Pizza to save their traditional Saturday evening junk food overdose!

Geert Wilders refuses to get involved in the dispute because his only opinion on the problem is; "I told you so!"

Global, political observers are regarding the whole dispute as a "Turkish storm in a Dutch tea cup" and prefer to concentrate on more pressing matters like how do you keep a Le Pen in her pigsty?

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