Turkish PM says that Obama is “The black man we needed in the White House” and vows to revive the Muslim Ottoman Empire. “Ahmet Hoca , bring us to Ottoman ” a group of Turkish AKP party members cried out while Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu was giving a speech in Istanbul headquarters for the Eid al-Fitr holiday on July 17 to end Ramadan.
Davutoğlu responded with: “God willing, we will bring the order and justice of the Ottomans to today and into tomorrow”. The speech was about his political outlook after last month’s general election, in which the AKP lost its parliamentary majority. The persistent Islamist party who refuse to quit their Ottoman dream, although they still have a majority in the parliament want a comeback.
Davutoğlu comes with a prophetic vision. In one speech by Davutoğlu entitled “Vision 2023″ at the official archives of the Republic of Turkey’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, no one (until now) quoted his prophecy he made in 2002 where he predicted that a “black president” will soon sit in the White House who would be “a globalist”, and he declared later that President Obama was that man.
Davutoğlu said that Obama was key to a new world order since he believed that Obama’s “global approach” entitled him to be called “Marcus Aurelieus” because he succeeded in establishing Davutoğlu’s new Roman Empire:
In 2002 on a TV program conference it was an analysis and I said what the US needed was a black president in order to achieve this inclusiveness as a global power. The 19th century US was a continental power. In the 20th century it became an international power. But a global power means you have to represent everyone not only one. In the Middle East the US is losing credibility because people think that the US represents only the Israeli interests or in other parts as well the US as a leading global power should be as much inclusive as possible. And President Obama therefore was a good symbol for the new global approach of the US. His promises, speeches were reflecting, comparing to my analysis in 2002, like a philosophical approach of Marcus Aurelieus. Now President Obama is going to enter a new election and it will affect the next four years. We strongly supported his speeches in Cairo, in Ankara in many places, in early years of his administration.