Saturday, September 14, 2013

Turkey: protests and repression continue for third night

Obviously the Turkish socio-political conflict is far from solved. Repression is once again not any solution and only feeds more and more anger. 

Large protests took place in Ankara, Antalya and Antakya (Antioch) in anger for the latest mortal victim of Islamo-Fascist repression, Ahmet Atakan, hit by a gas canister. They were once again brutally repressed by a government that does not know how to get out of their own trap of ultra-violence and dogmatic totalitarianism.

There are local elections in 6 months and state ones in a year. At least that's the schedule. But meanwhile the regime continues with the most brutal repression it can fathom. 

Source: WG[es].

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