Atilla Yayla: Fascism and Socialism uses the elements of violence

What He Said?What Happened?

 May 26th, 2007: French Television and Magazine Interview

ADNAN OKTAR: Marx carries out the part, that is about him. He also claims that, the living beings and  nature are tied to the dialectic laws, there is a dialectic improvement, that there is a rambling system, the world is all chaos, there is no control of an intelligent mind, there are a lot of conflicts, and as a result of these  conflicts like thesis, antithesis, synthesis, new improvements come to life, these rules are prevalent for all living things, and these rules are prevalent for the social system as well.

That’s why he says that there are fascist focuses in a country, and he says there are Marxist/ Leninist focuses against them. They conflict and as a result there is thesis, antithesis, synthesis. Synthesis brings a new thesis inside and new antithesis come up against it, and there is always this continuous conflict. They claim that there is always a struggle.

A9 TV: June 16th, 2013

ADNAN OKTAR:  Imperialism and communism are one within the other. They are like brothers. They are families; fascist thought, communist thought, wild capitalism. Their father is  wild capitalism. On the left side, his son communism, on the right side his son fascism.

A9 TV: October 20th, 2012

ADNAN OKTAR: Gog and Magog is a communist movement; now the PKK is Gog and Magog. It is a mixture of fascism and communism. Every communist movement has a fascist soul inside. Also every fascist movement has a communist soul inside. 


October 5th, 2013: Yeni Şafak

In his article, Atilla Yayla wrote that when he was studying Political Sciences at school, the understanding of socialism and science being the same was instilled; that’s why the students have a  mindset like ; “because science is never mistaken, socialism is right.”  He said that fascism and socialism spring from  common roots and they are directed to the same goal by using the elements of violence. 

2013-10-19 23:24:52

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