Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Poem

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Erdoğan Poem (English translation)

Stupid as fuck, cowardly and uptight,
Is Erdoğan, the president,

His gob smells of bad Döner kebab,
Even a pig’s fart smells better,

He’s the man who hits girls,
While wearing a rubber mask,

But goat-fucking he likes the best,
And having minorities repressed,

Kicking Kurds, Beating Christians,
While watching kiddie porn,

And even at night, instead of sleep,
It’s time for fellatio with a hundred sheep,

Yep, Erdoğan is definitely
The president with a tiny dick,

Every Turk will tell you all,
The stupid fool has wrinkly balls,

From Ankara to Istanbul,
They all know the man is gay,

Perverted, louse-infested, a zoophile,
Recep Fritzl Priklopil

Head as empty as his balls,
Of every gang-bang party he’s the star,

Till his cock burns when he has a piss,
That’s Recep Erdoğan, The Turkish president.

Erdoğan Poem ( German translation)

Sackdoof, feige und verklemmt,
ist Erdogan der Präsident.

Sein Gelöt stinkt schlimm nach Döner,
selbst ein Schweinepfurz riecht schöner.

Er ist der Mann der Mädchen schlägt,
und dabei Gummimasken trägt.

Am liebsten mag er Ziegen ficken,
und Minderheiten unterdrücken,

Kurden treten, Christen hauen,
und dabei Kinderpornos schauen.

Und selbst Abends heißt statt schlafen,
Fellatio mit hundert Schafen.

Ja, Erdogan ist voll und ganz,
ein Präsident mit kleinem Schwanz.

Jeden Türken hört man flöten,
die dumme Sau hat Schrumpelklöten,

Von Ankara bis Istanbul,
weis jeder, dieser Mann ist schwul,

Pervers, verlaust und zoophil
Recep Fritzl Priklopil.

Sein Kopf so leer, wie seine Eier,
der Star auf jeder Gangbang-Feier.

Bis der Schwanz beim pinkeln brennt,
das ist Recep Erdogan, der türkische Präsident.

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German Comedian Jan Böhmermann

Jan Böhmermann’s “poem” has caused quite a stir. The most important part of the video is “not” the actual poem but the “context” in which Böhmermann pointed out “freedom of speech.”

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Transcript Neo Magazine Royale of March 31, 2016

Jan Böhmermann and Ralf Kabelka “discussing” issues of delimitation of unlawful “defamatory” of permissible satire as an “artistic and satirical” presentation staged during a “Late-Night Talk Show.”

Here is the English “translation” of the above video in its’ full context:

Böhmermann: Welcome to Germany’s comedy show NR. 1. It’s us. We don’t have anything to do with satire. What our colleagues of “Extra3” did… we’re not as thorough as them. Respect to them, big thing they made. That’s a different league, like “Heute-Show” as-well. I really, really like the “Heute-Show.” They’re sooo brilliant. When I heard rumors in the past, we were looking for their spot or anything Olli Welke hosts… Noooo, not at all Olli! Best wishes to you! [blows kiss to camera] I am suuuch a big fan of yours, I always watch your show for… for… errr… „inspiration“. Also, the Satire by “Extra3” almost started the third world war. Big applause for that! Super-song. And apparently in Turkey every, even the smallest satire or comedy show is being watched. So presumably, you also watch our show. Dear Turks, hello, when you watch this here. Maybe we need to explain something to you…? What our colleagues from “Eextra3” did, was to make fun of your politics, Mr. Erdoğan. That’s legal in Germany and Europe through freedom of arts, freedom of media and freedom of speech.

Kabelka: „By Article 5!“

Böhmermann: Article 5 of our constitution! That’s legal. Criticism of politicians is legal! You can’t come here and tell the government to withdraw satire or delete it from the Internet. This is completely legal here. And I really enjoyed, how civil society stood up this week. Beatrix von Storch, who wanted me shot, if I remember correctly, two weeks ago, because of the “BeDeutsch” video.

And now all of a sudden, she’s in first row, when it’s about to defend freedom of arts and speech. Everyone agrees, satire needs to be allowed. “Je suis Extra3!” Mr. Erdoğan, but there are of course examples, that aren’t legal. On one side, there’s justified criticism, satire and fun, which is legal. And on the other side there’s “abusive criticism”, which is illegal. “Abusive criticism”, that’s a juridical term.

Kabelka: If you plainly insult people, defame people in personal regards, degrade people just to degrade them.

Böhmermann: To degrade someone is “abusive criticism”? And that’s illegal?

Kabelka: Yes.

Böhmermann: Did you understand that, Mr. Erdoğan?

Kabelka: It can be prosecuted.

Böhmermann: It can even be prosecuted? And then the video can be withdrawn from the internet?

Kabelka: Yes, but only afterwards.

Böhmermann: It may be a bit complicated for you, Mr. Erdoğan. Maybe we’ll explain it by a practical example. I’ve got this “poem” here, it’s named ”abusive criticism”. May we have a Turkish styled version of a song by Nena? And may we have a Turkish flag in the background? Fine! What comes next would be illegal?

Kabelka: Would be illegal.

Böhmermann: This would be considered illegal. The “poem” is named “abusive criticism“: „Sod-dumb, cowardly and hesitant/ Is Erdoğan the President/ His boner smells like Döner/ Even a pig’s fart smells finer/ He’s the man who punches girls/ while wearing a bloody rubber mask/ Things he loves the most/ is shagging goats/ and oppressing minorities This kind of criticism would be illegal! Kicking Kurds, beating up Christians/ while watching child porn/ And in the evening instead of a nap/ Fellatio with a hundred sheep/ Erdoğan is all things considered/ a President with a tiny Wang. I repeat this is an example of what would be illegal!

Kabelka: One would not be allowed to say that.

Böhmermann: Every Turk can be heard whispering: This dumb pig has got shrivel-balls/ From Ankara to Istanbul/ Everyone knows this man is gay/ perverted and zoophile/ Recep Fritzl Priklopil/ His head as empty as his balls/ the star guest on every gang-bang party/ until his tiny Wang starts to burn while having a piss/ That’s Reccep Erdoğan. This is what would NOT be legal by freedom of arts! Hey, don’t applaud! What would happen next?

Kabelka: It would be withdrawn from the media hek, f.i..

Böhmermann: So, Erdoğan would need to take a lawyer!? I’ll say Dr. is a great lawyer.

Kabelka: Yes, he’s the lawyer of the Mayor of Berlin and others.

Böhmermann: Mr. Erdoğan, visit this lawyer, tell him you’ve watched something you don’t like: “abusive criticism.“ Then you’d visit a court. Get a restraining order there. Then we’d have a legal case. Does that become clear to you? I really enjoyed, as a citizen of Germany, now after months of disputes and arguments, we finally had a consensus again. When its’ about despots, when it comes to politicians, who go against freedom, like only despots do: Erdoğan, Victor Orban, Beata Shit-lo, Beata Shit-lo from the Piss-Party, the Prime Minister of great neighboring country Poland, Marine LePen from the [acts like vomiting] Front National, Pim Fortuyn in the Netherlands [most likely confused him with Geert Wilders], HC Strache from the FPÖ. They’re all authoritarian, nationalistic wannabe despots. Also Frauke Petry, here, of course. All these are people, who more people should go against. Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump. I really appreciate we resist these guys self-confidently. Who cuts the rights of other people, needs to get his own rights cut.

Basically what Jen Böhmermann did was similar to this comedian from the US:

Erdoğan was sentenced to a ten-month prison term for reciting a “poem” during a public address in the province of Siirt in 1997:

“The minarets are our bayonets the domes our helmets the mosques our barracks and the faithful our soldiers. One thing that I cannot digest, if the skies and the ground were to open against us. If floods and volcanoes were to burst upon us, we are those who are proud with the Imam of our ancestors, they never kneeled down to frightening things any day, deeds of glory, deed of Anatolia, from Malazgirt til Canakkale, faith impenetrable to fortresses, our ancestors rushing from one victory to another, this is unity and togetherness.”

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