Saturday, June 8, 2013

Turkey: clashes continue

In spite of what seems a decrease on information from the ground, with the international media focused on Taksim Square but paying almost no attention to what happens in the rest of the country, the protests and violent clashes continue in Turkey as hundreds of thousands of workers joined a two-day strike in solidarity.

Ankara yesterday:

Charismatic Kurdish imprisoned leader, Abullah Ocalan has declared his solidarity with the rebels:

To me the resistance movement makes a lot of sense and I salute it.

Marches and protest concentrations continue through the country with Ankara, Izmir, Mugla, Antalya and Istanbul being just examples.

While the opposition has called for early elections, Erdogan has convened his party's leadership, as even his former sympathizers have joined in great numbers to the multitude of protesters.

A UStream channel (ÇapulTV) has been created to broadcast the protests at Taksim Square (in Turkish). 

1 comment:

  1. Google tracks everybody – even ME.
    But I am not silly – in fact, Google and the Internet are my best slaves. We need more Lisbeth Salanders, i.e., perfectly formed shamans, who are still able to hunt and to lay down „false“ tracks…
    The fight in the Internet has already begun…

    The only good „religion“ was the shamanism of the old – but now eradicated – hunter-gatherers. Shamanism is also genetically determined, but it cannot be learned socially like the jewish memes everywhere (christians, muslims, protestants, capitalists, communists-marxists, Nazis, Hollywood, etc. etc.).

    For more than 2000 years, the agrarian-hypersocial-sedentary jewish memes rule the world…
    When does this circumcised-traumatized trauma end?

    The most complex beings ever produced by nature was the hunting shamans.

    And they are already THERE, hunting…


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