The authoritarian and growingly besieged Turkish PM Tayyip Erdogan has just crossed another red line by blocking the social network Twitter in the bicontinental state.
The popular uprising against his corrupt and reckless government, whose leading export is jihadist terrorism to Syria, has not ceased at all, rather the opposite, in spite of brutal repression. The only thing this simple minded thug can think of to hold to his "Neo-Ottomanist" power is to attack freedom of speech in the Internet. The latest is the banning of Twitter, in spite of the disagreement of his political comrade and President of the Republic Abdullah Gül.
It seems obvious that the days of Erdogan and his rotten fascist camarilla on power in Ankara are set. The only question is when and how he will be forced to leave his throne of oppression.