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Turkish Sultan Erdogan’s security guards beat protesters during NYC speech (Video)

Erdogan referred to the American protesters as “terrorists”.

Turkish ruler Erdogan came to New York City and violence ensued.

American protesters were beaten up by supporters of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during a speech in New York City on Thursday.

Erdogan referred to the American protesters as “terrorists”. 

Below is a video of the fight that took place in NYC.

Erdogan calls the protesters “terrorists” at the 1:40 minute mark…

The melee from another angle…

Via The Gateway Pundit

The violence began after Lucas Chapman, an American and former YPG volunteer fighter screamed: “Murderer! You’re a terrorist, get out of my country!” in the middle of Erdogan’s speech.

This isn’t the first time Erdogan’s thugs have beaten up American protesters on American soil.

The Gateway Pundit previously reported that tensions boiled over into physical violence between the Turkish supporters of President Erdoğan and Kurdish protesters in front of the Turkish Embassy residence in Washington, D.C. in May.

The incident occurred outside the official residence of Turkish Ambassador Serdar Kılıç, who Erdoğan was visiting following his meeting with President Donald Trump earlier in the day. Ambassador Kılıç came out of his residence to talk to police once the violence escalated.

Slurs were thrown back and forth by the crowds and the verbal abuse matched the brutality of the physical violence. When the fights came they came with excessive violence that is rarely seen in the U.S. as far as political conflicts and clashes with protestors go. Individuals were bloodied and beaten with numerous individuals being relentlessly kicked by waves of pro-Erdoğan figures.

Here is another video of an American protester being beaten up by Erdogan supporters…

Zerohedge spoke to Lucas Chapman…

Chapman told Zero Hedge that the moment the protest began, he was assaulted by the crowd. “Erdogan’s supporters jumped on me almost immediately, shoving me out of my chair and eventually throwing me to the floor,” he said. “They kicked and punched me repeatedly until the security guards lifted me and dragged me out.As I was being dragged out, Turks leaned into the aisle and continued punching me in the head and stomach.”

Chapman is uncertain whether or not Erdogan’s body guards were directly involved as he says his face was quickly pressed to the floor and was thus unable to see while being beaten in the initial moments of the event. There were seven protesters total in the group and they escaped with only minor injuries.

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Isabella Jones
Isabella Jones
September 22, 2017

Sigh. Civilisation. Dont’cha love it??

colum
colum
September 22, 2017

Eddy comes to America and violence ensues ‘again’?

Arditya Arsyad
Arditya Arsyad
September 22, 2017

the turk just wanted a shot of american

Keith Smith
Keith Smith
September 22, 2017

lmao antifa didnt show up then? too busy pulling down statues like ISIS terrorists

Seán Murphy
Seán Murphy
September 22, 2017

Seems that Erdogan was right on this occasion: they were terrorist thugs, not peaceful protesters.

DrYattz
DrYattz
Reply to  Seán Murphy
September 22, 2017

Seems you’re badly mistaken.

gbardizbanian
gbardizbanian
September 22, 2017

Sarkozy opposed the entry of Turkey into the EU but kept repeating that Turkey is “a great country” so as not to offend the Turks. Other world leaders seem to share this idea that Turkey is a great country (whatever that means…). My question is simple: if it’s a great country, how come there are Turks everywhere: in the EU, in the US, etc…Why don’t they stay at home to enjoy the benefits of this “great country”?

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