Adnan Oktar Says...


Adnan Oktar Says... June 23rd, 2013> Click for more

By using the word “Çapulcu [marauder]” our Prime Minister meant those who attack our police officers, those who vandalize, those who have the determination to shed blood. The description of the word “çapulcu” should be given tenaciously. No one should declare themselves as “çapulcu” in vain. To spare the soul of the wit, such jokes should not be overdone. A joke should not be repeated a hundred times, a thousand times.

Adnan Oktar Says... June 20th, 2013> Click for more

It is very important for well-intentioned and decent youngsters to keep away from criminal types. They should avoid such dangerous types get among them by all means.

Adnan Oktar Says... June 17th, 2013> Click for more

Our Prime Minister is not someone who resists things that are good and beautiful. He is very nicely atoning for the Gezi Park incident.
Our master Tayyip has made the Gezi Park a place like heaven and that is it.

Adnan Oktar Says... June 16th, 2013> Click for more

It is very nice that new trees are being planted in Taksim.

Adnan Oktar Says... June 14th, 2013> Click for more

Taksim should be reforested widely in such a way that the whole world would be amazed by it.
Before all else the location of the gardens and the trees that will be planted should be defined in Taksim. That is because building a giant garden in Taksim is the essence of the whole matter; such an act would have a worldwide impact.
The real thing that would solve the whole matter in Gezi incidents is; planting 10 times more trees in Taksim. Furthermore the trees taken out from Taksim can be brought back.
There is a feeling of fear in people and that is a grave danger. In the recent events many people remained silent. In fact they could have adopted a manner siding by the state and by democracy through their ideas, their speeches and their writings.

Adnan Oktar Says... June 13th, 2013> Click for more

We want a giant pool and classical bronze statutes for Taksim. Additionally a classy masjeed, very chic cafes, very classy restaurants can be build.

Adnan Oktar Says... June 9th, 2013> Click for more

Youngsters should put forth what they want very clearly and very openly. They cannot attain any results by screaming.
The demands of people screaming out in the streets are unclear. They should very clearly and very openly explain what they want and why.
Youngsters should voice their wishes sincerely; our people, our government would accept such wishes anyway. For instance they should be clear about the points that you think you are not free, the aspects you do not want the government to interfere, about why you do not want dams to be built, why you do not want a new AKM building instead of the old one.. They should explain everything clearly..

Adnan Oktar Says... June 8th, 2013> Click for more

Let us build a pool in Taksim as big as an artificial lake. Let us bring Italian artists and have very artful sculptures around that pool.
Taksim should be made the greatest square of the world. Let us have gardens and vineyards there. We can build very beautiful gardens. Building new fruit gardens, vineyards, small zoos would be very nice.

Adnan Oktar Says... June 3rd, 2013> Click for more

I kiss those youngsters who kept silent while the azan is recited from their foreheads.
Our youngsters should be democratic and avoid harming people or animals.
Democratic youngsters give us liveliness, that is nice. But no harm should ever come to a life or a public property.
It would be very nice for our Master Tayyip to be humorist and joyous. The well-intentioned, innocent ones among the demonstrator youth are very sweet. There is good in joining their joy. Young people are proud, flattering their pride and talking to them with an affectionate and witty language would be very nice.
It would be highly beneficial to inform our people who participate in those demonstrations on legal matters as well. Innocent people should not put themselves in trouble because of nothing. It is very important for our youth, for our dear ones, not to be deceived by ill-intentioned plots.
I hold youth in great esteem, they are very dear to me. Our youngsters are the ornaments of Turkey. Their humor is very sweet.

Adnan Oktar Says... June 1st, 2013> Click for more

All kinds of protests can be held. In fact such acts would be nice in respect of freedoms. But the incidents taking place all over Turkey is something else. We are of course considering those well intentioned young girls and young boys free of these. We are sending our love to them.
It would be wrong to present something right and auspicious as if it is wrong. In order to prevent something like that, the goal to attain a historical and natural beauty in Taksim should be well emphasized.
Mr. Bahçeli put forth his attitude about the Gezi Park incidents. It would be inappropriate to make individual outbursts apart from that.
It would be beneficial if the government would explain such important projects in detail from the very beginning and keep the public well advised of the happenings. Making a point of giving account of developments would make the government even healthier.
Uprooting a tree and carrying it to a different location is like carrying a baby from one place to another. For that reason it should be very well emphasized that the uprooted trees will be carried to another location and replanted without being harmed. Furthermore it would be great to tape and broadcast this. We would be happy to see that the trees carried to a different location are healthy and alive. Anything on the contrary would grate us.
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