Erdogan’s Immortal Portraits of Israelis

Posted on September. 16. 2022

by Z. S. Andrew Demirdjian

The art world is buzzing nowadays with the arrival of a major talent. There is a new artist in Ankara, Turkey. The world critics have hailed him as the latest genius in the art world. His work is on display at the Paramount Gallery of Pinocchio on 007 Lyars’ Street.

Multi-talented President Recap Tayyip Erdogan as a chameleon artist. He is usually armed to the teeth with an impressive armory of words and phrases such as “Israelis are murderers…” In office, Erdogan has used outlandish, conspiratorial, provocative and sexist remarks to distract attention from his numerous shortcomings. Half of his citizens adore him, but the rest hate his guts. As for the world, they fear him. Regardless, the guy’s totally dominating the political landscape of the Old World to revive the Ottoman Empire and perhaps to bring the Caliphate back to Turkey while the West’s head is kept in the sand.

The world art lovers are invited to savor the masterpieces by this super artist named Reccep Tayyip Erdogan.
The title of his very rare collection on display is “Israel, the Soulless Nation”. Serious scholars of art claim that he has painted the essence of Israelis in vivid colors to appeal to the international viewers’ emotions as well as intellect.
The exhibition will run from November 1 through December 31, 2022. With viewer’s encore demand, the show most likely will be extended to January 31, 2023. In this commentary, a select few of his portraits will be presented.
In a nutshell, Erdogan’s preface is: “Whatever our Lord says, whatever our beloved Prophet says, we shall follow that path,” and “Everyone should unconditionally accept that Israel is an indispensable element of the Middle East mosaic.”
To give the gallery visitors an idea of Erdogan’s monumental work, here are a few samples of this affable, talented artist:
Painting #1: “[Israelis] have no conscience, no honor, no pride. They curse Hitler day and night, but they have surpassed Hitler’s barbarism.”
Painting #2: “Zionism is a crime against humanity. Israelis are murderers who drag women on the ground to their death.”
Painting #3: “They [Israelis] are murderers to the point that they kill children who are five or six years old”.
Painting #4: “They [Israelis] kill old people. They are only satisfied by sucking their blood”.
Painting #5: “Terrorism is in their [Israelis] nature.”
Painting #6: “I am one of the first political leaders officially declaring that anti-Semitism is a crime.”
Painting #7: “Jerusalem is our city, a city from us. Those who think they own Jerusalem better know that tomorrow they will not even be able to hide behind trees…”
Painting #8: “…[T]he international community needs to teach a deterrent lesson to Israel.”
For the representative selection of Edrdogan’s artwork on Israel and Israelis, the kudos go to the famous “art collector,” editor, and writer, Mr. Jerry Tutunjian, who, in fact, has an extensive collection of Erdogan’s art work on other places, persons, and events. Look up Mr. Tutunjian’s compilation of Erdogan’s famous “paintings,” which appears currently in Keghart. org under the title of “Quotations from Chairman Erdogan’s Red Book.” Read it; it is full of Erdogan’s gems.
After viewing masteer Erdogan’s provocative art work on our venerable Israeli people, you would agree with all the critiques that since Michelangelo, the world has never been blessed by a grand artist except that of Erdogan. He even seems to surpass Machiavelli’s real world portrayal of life.
Frankly, it is a mystery to me how the world tolerates this rare artist to get away with unusual art subjects and imaginative titles for each of his painting. Erdogan’s work should be titled “The Immoral,” and not the “Immortal” Portraits of the Israeli People for denigrating the Israelis unabashedly.
I agree with you, Erdogan is getting away with murder, but how? Hasn’t the world civilized yet since our Neolithic Stone age ancestors to allow such a nerd to smear people unjustly? Perhaps the world should heed what the Holy Talmud has been trying to teach the innocent: “If you happen to see a crime taking place, and do nothing, then you are an accomplice”.

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