The Sunic Journal: Robert Steuckers on Europe vs. the Turks

January 25, 2011


Robert Steuckers joins Tom Sunic to discuss the historical conflict between Europe and the Turks.

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8 Responses to “The Sunic Journal: Robert Steuckers on Europe vs. the Turks”

  1. Rob on February 8th, 2011 9:17 pm

    I can’t access this file. It says “error opening file”. Can this get fixed?

  2. Mike Conner on February 8th, 2011 9:35 pm


  3. Rob on February 8th, 2011 11:29 pm

    Interesting interview. Reminds me of when recently white nationalists in America were cheering on the Turks’ cynical move against israel. No doubt about jews being the major pain, but the Turks and their centuries old aggression and designs on Europe should not be underestimated. The current turkish regime is thoroughly neo-Ottoman in philosophy and seeks to regain hegemony in the Balkans. But you have to hand it to then, they’ve made all of Europe tremble in the past, and may yet do it again. They are a highly aggressive people with a will to dominate, while pussified modern Euros back down. From what I read on German websites, modern Germans live in terror of their turkish migrant community, which makes demand after demand, to which German politicians cave into. The Germans, formerly a warrior people themselves, are routinely intimidated and beaten by Turks, who get off with very light prison sentences. They haven’t even entered the EU yet, and are already behaving very high-handedly and belligerent towards Europe, as if they’re already the masters and Europeans are dhimmis. It does seem that in our centuries old conflict, muslims on balance have gotten the better of Euros. Spain was occupied for 7 centuries and the Balkans for 5. When have Turks are Arabs been ruled by Euros for this long?

    It’s really painful to hear about things like Charlemagne selling Germans and Poles to muslims as slaves. What a disgrace. Sometimes I think whites are little better than [blacks] when it comes to solidarity. For example, if Medina or Mecca had ever been conquered by Euros, you know the Muslims would have never rested until they have reconquered it as a point of honor. Nevertheless, The Turks conquered Constantinople all those centuries ago, the jewel of the Eastern Roman Empire, and to our shame, it remains in turkish hands. As Mr. Steuckers indicated, they are now in a very strong geopolitical position, and will in the future probably continue to grow stronger and bringer Europe further grief.

  4. Andor on February 10th, 2011 7:01 am

    The amount of Swedish looking Turks would be very minimal.Probably more Turkish looking people in Sweden,Nederlands,Denmark,France,England or Germany.The miscegenation going on in these countries the US and here in Australia is more of a problem.Not to overlook the ghettos they form wherever they live.Much like Chinese.Just a more passive form of invasion than in the Ottoman era.Also reaching much further into Europe with Western Europe being the popular destination.

    Mr Steuckers forgot to mention the Hungarian contribution in the final ousting of the Turks from Europe.A 150 year struggle even longer in the Balkans.I understand that Mr Steuckers’ presentation is of course a brief outline.

    The Turks could have been driven out of Europe by a combined European effort much earlier.This would have been the case if say France,England or Germany were under threat.

  5. A German on February 10th, 2011 10:41 pm

    An excellent video!
    With very valuable information.

    But why in such a rush?
    Can’t you lenghten it to 2 hours Dr. Sunic?

  6. A German on February 10th, 2011 10:42 pm

    *An excellent show
    Of course ;-)

  7. orecchia on February 12th, 2011 11:04 pm

    Good interview but could have been much better had they not kept talking over one another.

    As talented as he is, Tom needs to to learn to be a better interviewer. He’s simply in to much of a rush to speak his thoughts, which too often come in the middle of his guest’s dialogue.

  8. Hic Est Draco on February 13th, 2011 10:41 am

    Some trivia: One Christian prisoner of war, a Croat, founded the present day capitol of Egypt, Cairo. It’s a small world.