The earth is a flat , but it hides by the Freemasons!
The representation of the world as a sphere and the representation of billions of planets and stars in space devalues people, just as the theory of evolution is doing, says the young politician.
The leader of the youth of the Istanbul branch of the ruling Turkey’s Justice and Development Party (AKP), Tolgai Demir, published an article in the earliest this month claiming that the Earth is a flat plate. In the article entitled “Theory of the Flat Country”, Demir claims that the Freemasons had the world with the contention – that is, the indisputable scientific fact – that the Earth is the flames. According to this striking conspiracy theory, which has been popular on social networks for some time, the Turkish “young lion” rejects NASA‘s photos on Earth of the universe and calls directed and landing of American astronauts on the moon calls conspiracy which aimed to support the myth that the Earth is round. What is the reason why this huge conspiracy is being carried out by humanity according to Demir?
-The representation of the world as a sphere and the representation of billions of planets and stars in space devalues people, just as the theory of evolution does. Thanks to this systemic religion of science, life is devoid of meaning … It turns people into slaves of the capitalist system, says Demir. As Mustafa Akyol writes for Al-Monitor, Demir essentially advocates a pre-operative cosmological system that is refined almost five centuries ago, according to which the Earth is the center of the universe. The irony is that he and the others who promote this pseudoscientific nebulosity are doing this through an interpreter, one of the most remarkable products of modern science and technology, which obviously does not bother Demir. Apparently, Demir soon became subject to a mockery of social networks and in the media in Turkey that are not under government control. Once things expanded, Demir began to justify that he did not claim that the Earth really is a plate, but that that idea is interesting to him.