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February 28, 2016, 04:57:52 AM
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If he doesn't like people's opinions he should try and be a better person and politician. Like a spoiled child running off to mommy because the other children said something he didn't like.

Right now, Turkey is not a democracy. It is more like a military dictatorship. Erdoğan has only one aim, and that is to stay in power for as long as possible, so that his family can get rich from all that oil money from the ISIS, and bribes from businessmen. Unfortunately, the voters in Turkey are not intelligent enough to see through his real intentions.

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February 28, 2016, 05:09:00 PM
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If he doesn't like people's opinions he should try and be a better person and politician. Like a spoiled child running off to mommy because the other children said something he didn't like.

Right now, Turkey is not a democracy. It is more like a military dictatorship. Erdoğan has only one aim, and that is to stay in power for as long as possible, so that his family can get rich from all that oil money from the ISIS, and bribes from businessmen. Unfortunately, the voters in Turkey are not intelligent enough to see through his real intentions.

no, turkish voters are intelligent enough to see what is the truth laying behind erdogan's intentions but they want to choose not seeing it for the sake of their bussniess or money profit for sure..

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February 28, 2016, 05:32:27 PM
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If he doesn't like people's opinions he should try and be a better person and politician. Like a spoiled child running off to mommy because the other children said something he didn't like.

Right now, Turkey is not a democracy. It is more like a military dictatorship. Erdoğan has only one aim, and that is to stay in power for as long as possible, so that his family can get rich from all that oil money from the ISIS, and bribes from businessmen. Unfortunately, the voters in Turkey are not intelligent enough to see through his real intentions.

no, turkish voters are intelligent enough to see what is the truth laying behind erdogan's intentions but they want to choose not seeing it for the sake of their bussniess or money profit for sure..

i guess you are damn right .. erdogan and his voters are in a win win relationship..
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February 29, 2016, 06:50:38 AM
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Erdogan seems to be getting mighty nervous about his image and his hold on the people. Unless there is further evidence that we are not seeing, he is acting just like the Saudi and Bahrain kings who thing they truly are descended from Royalty and can't tolerate the slightest form of protest or even an innocent mistake if it occurred.

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February 29, 2016, 07:07:58 AM
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it is not suitable to child to do this, parents should take care to their children, Actually everyone has his own respect.
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February 29, 2016, 07:46:11 AM
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He wasn't arrested. Just he testified. Because to insult to president is not allowed due to turkish laws. If even 13 years old boy does it,  at the least  he will be under custody. Turkey has very different culture beyond your perception. Turkish people live a modern life with islamic and traditional culture. For one turk, his state, his flag, his honour, and his religion are worthy to die for sake. In Turkey you can't insult president front of people, you may beaten. You can't insult the flag. You may be killed. Turkish people are born fighter. They love death for sake of their homeland more than you love life. In other side, turkish people are maybe the most hospitable people on the world. You never feel yourself alone in Turkey. If you need help, you may not need to find somebody to help you. Somebody will find you.
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February 29, 2016, 11:12:19 AM
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people will stop going behind this erdogan idiot and revolt for the good of their country Turkey, northern Kurdistan should join the Syrian and Iraqi part of their country then

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February 29, 2016, 11:23:45 AM
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If he doesn't like people's opinions he should try and be a better person and politician. Like a spoiled child running off to mommy because the other children said something he didn't like.
TRUE. he should change his attitude first
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February 29, 2016, 11:34:09 AM
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it is not suitable to child to do this, parents should take care to their children, Actually everyone has his own respect.

He just shared what he thought was a funny pic. He didn't created that image. If Erdogan is that much offended, then he should arrest the person who created the image (a foreign national, residing outside Turkey), rather than arresting his citizens who share them. Else, he could ban FaceBook in Turkey, just like he banned Twitter.

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February 29, 2016, 11:43:06 AM
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I don't understand this. Every European Union member should abide by the laws and regulations set by the EU. For example, Greece is forced to accept all these immigrants, as the EU rules demand that the borders should be open to anyone who claims that he is a refugee. Poland is forced to provide translation services for the speakers of Kashubian language (a minor language which is spoken by a few thousand people), as the EU laws demand that minority languages must be recognized in all the member nations.

Now how is this going to work out in Turkey? Until recently, the use of languages other than Turkish for private conversations were illegal in Turkey, and doing so was a criminal offense. So, is the EU going to exclude Turkey from all these laws and regulations?

The EU used to be quite relaxed on violating some of it's own basic values if it's about a new landgrab :/. Ukraine is a good example for that, and I guess Turkey is big and juicy enough to condone even a small scale genocide, if necessary.



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February 29, 2016, 02:06:22 PM
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...and some idiots in Brussels are thinking about letting Turkey into the EU. They shouldn't even consider that until such "cult of personality" exist over there.

I don't understand this. Every European Union member should abide by the laws and regulations set by the EU. For example, Greece is forced to accept all these immigrants, as the EU rules demand that the borders should be open to anyone who claims that he is a refugee. Poland is forced to provide translation services for the speakers of Kashubian language (a minor language which is spoken by a few thousand people), as the EU laws demand that minority languages must be recognized in all the member nations.

Now how is this going to work out in Turkey? Until recently, the use of languages other than Turkish for private conversations were illegal in Turkey, and doing so was a criminal offense. So, is the EU going to exclude Turkey from all these laws and regulations?

No of course not.

That's why Turkey isn't part of the EU and is not going to integrate it until they change those things.
Turkey has always been refused application because they have too much differences with EU regulation.

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February 29, 2016, 07:47:02 PM
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If he doesn't like people's opinions he should try and be a better person and politician. Like a spoiled child running off to mommy because the other children said something he didn't like.



Right now, Turkey is not a democracy. It is more like a military dictatorship. Erdoğan has only one aim, and that is to stay in power for as long as possible, so that his family can get rich from all that oil money from the ISIS, and bribes from businessmen. Unfortunately, the voters in Turkey are not intelligent enough to see through his real intentions.
Where you can spawn those lies?
Who reads your words will think that turkish army captiured ministration in Turkey.
Do you live in Turkey?
If you don't live, do not spread your mud all around..
If you live in Turkey, that means you look around under your pyjamas.
Turkey and ISIS has, only 2 relations. One is Turkish army bombed them. And, two, God damn they made suicide bombing in Ankara.
Just bla bla without  any evidence.
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