Turkey’s Erdogan Arrests Cafeteria Worker For Tea Insult

Turkey’s Erdogan Arrests Cafeteria Worker For Tea Insult

When it comes to silencing dissident voices and curtailing freedom of speech and expression, no one does it quite like Turkish President Recep Tayyip ErdoÄŸan. Following the pro-Kurdish HDP's strong showing at the polls in June of 2015, ErdoÄŸan embarked on a truly epic (not to mention tragic) campaign to stamp out dissent. Journalists were arrested, entire media outlets were shuttered, and coincidentally, violent attacks by the PKK spiked, providing ErdoÄŸan with just the excuse he nee
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2 thoughts on “Turkey’s Erdogan Arrests Cafeteria Worker For Tea Insult

  1. Erdogan too will pass. Pity the military seems to be emasculated and the population cowed. The most interesting part will how the demographical shifts from the Syrian / Iraqi population disruptions will play out in Europe. Alas , I will not live long enough to see the results from an academic point of view.

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