Mardin, June 24, 2018. Hi everyone ! I preferred not to say it out loud – and, besides, we had instructions to remain quiet.
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.
Ahora sí que va a ahorrar en papel. O mejor dicho… gracias al papel. Porque el hecho de que un individuo cercano al Reis haya adquirido el grupo multimedia Doğan Medya no significa que acabe la publicidad a favor del régimen, sino más bien lo contrario.
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.
Everything is happening in Turkey as if, from a permanent state of emergency, the situation was sliding into a state of domestic war, made possible by the constitutional changes of 2017.
This is how mathematics work in the Turkish islamo-nationalist state, confident in the cowardice of the European powers who pretend not to see the train coming down the tracks.
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, […]
Since the 1959 visit of then Turkish President Celal Bayar, this was the first time a Turkish President met again with the Pope on his home ground. In 1998, Turgut Özal had paid a visit as Prime Minister.
Oy, reassured, aren’t you? The dead children in Afrin were indeed the children of terrorists, and the bombs were not French-made…
The two latest decrees with force of law n°695 and 696, announced on December 24 2017 in Turkey don’t stop with the declaration of new purges. They promise quasi-immunity to “civilians” demonstrating their “civic” anti-terrorism.
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.
I know, some say a column by Mamie Eyan on Kedistan is like a conversation in a tea garden. No political depth, and not at the required level. But you’ll have to go on waiting before I take my final bow.
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.
From an academic, fired by a decree related to the state of emergency in Turkey, a reflection more profoundly relevant than it may seem at first glance.