By WND Staff
Published April 5, 2020 at 9:16pm
The editor of a Turkish publication that serves as a mouthpiece for the repressive regime contends thes West’s systems financial, political and social structures are collapsing and Turkey has become one of the world’s “new superpowers.”
Ibrahim Karagul, editor of the Yeni Safak daily, wrote that it “seems that everything produced and imposed to the world by the West in the form of a global discourse and order is coming to an end, according to the Middle East Media Research Institute.
The West, he wrote, “has already lost its ‘central’ power.”
“The West’s financial system is collapsing,” he said. “Its political system and discourse are collapsing. Its security theories are collapsing. Its social theories are collapsing. Humanity no longer has any expectation of them.”
In it’s place, he said, Turkey “is one of the world’s new superpowers.”
“If there are going to be any countries to rise post-corona – and there will be – Turkey is going to be one of them,” wrote Karagul.
Turkey has reported more than 13,500 cases and more than 200 deaths.
Karagul’s comments came in a column titled “Time Has Stopped, History Is Being Reset… West’s Political System, Financial System, Security Theories Have All Collapsed. New Political Orders Will Be Established. New Superpowers Will Emerge. Nations Controlling The World May Collapse. East May Become West, West May Become East. New Nations May Take To The Stage. We’re Starting Everything From Scratch.”
He also contended Turkey “is conducting more successful coordination, a more effective fight than most of the world’s central powers.”
“The state, central power, leadership, institutions, public formations, and citizens are handling matters in great harmony. If there are going to be any countries to rise post-corona – and there will be – Turkey is going to be one of them.”
He continued: “New political orders will be established. New economic models will be developed. New lines of businesses, new consumption habits will begin. New political movements, new live models will develop. New superpowers will emerge. New discourses and models will develop with respect to the management of resources, markets and masses.
“The West may become the East and the East may become the West. The North may transform into the South and the South into the North. The nations controlling the world may collapse while new ones may take to the stage. The perceptions of state and homeland may change. Political language and forms of political organization may change.”