Le verdict de la session de mars du Tribunal Permanent des Peuples, consacré à la Turquie et aux Kurdes a été présenté hier, dans l’enceinte du Parlement européen à Bruxelles. En voici l’essentiel.
You have quite a few stories in France about frogs and toads. Since they are meaningful to you, I’m using the opportunity to serve them up as a metaphor. These last few days, our Turkish TV backwaters were filled with croaking concerning the anticipated presidential elections in June.
This should cut down on paper costs…at least on paper. Because the acquisition of the main media group Doğan Medya by a close relation of the Reis won’t mean an end to ads for the regime, quite the contrary.
You would need 7 cat lives to make up for the one being burned right now in fear and abjection in Turkey. As if power weren’t enough for him, here’s the Sultan now wanting to turn our children in martyrs for the fatherland.
In European medias, few images of the bombings and of the victims of Afrin, or only of those on the Turkish side. In the Turkish press, the ban on speech is total.
During the conference by the Solidarity with Afrin Platform in Geneva to which participated Salih Muslim, spokesman for the PYD (Syrian Democratic Union Party), he criticized the position of Western countries supplying weapons to the Turkish Army. February 17 2018 – in French on RojInfo “Turkey sheds our blood with the weapons you supply”, Muslim declared, […]
“My mother lay in the street for exactly seven days… None of us slept in case dogs or birds came over her. She remained there and we felt dead 150 meters away…The state grieved us as much pain as one can grieve another. Imagine that your mother stay in the middle of the street for […]
Oy, reassured, aren’t you? The dead children in Afrin were indeed the children of terrorists, and the bombs were not French-made…
French President Emmanuel Macron decided to streamline the traditional good wishes this year, in order to make room in the January agenda. No doubt so he can find the time to meet up with war criminals with whom he wants to “stay connected”. Erdoğan is one of them.
Another year is coming to an end. No snow in Istanbul to mark the occasion. And the anti-Santa Claus hysteria isn’t a box-office success this year. The bearded ones must be busy believing elsewhere, no doubt.
Beginning a new article on Turkey means returning to these past few years during which wars, crimes against humanity, geostrategic games, and Occidental duplicities have built up an impossible situation in the Middle East.
According to the article by Fundanur Öztürk published on BBC Türkçe on December 7 2017, 1100 graduates in medicine who were supposed to begin their 2 year compulsory service have not yet started working, because investigations opened against them under the emergency law have not been finalized yet.
In this thorougly inegalitarian Turkish society, children are affected of course, as they always were. Notwithstanding the nationalistic and bigoted stance of the AKP’s leadership, Turkey has now moved on to shameless and uncontrolled liberalism.
Zehra Doğan, journaliste et artiste incarcérée à la prison de type E à Diyarbakır (Amed), a adressé une réflexion succincte, à l’intention de Jin News, sur le rôle de l’Art et des femmes dans le combat contre la domination.