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Re: Erdogan rival jailed

Postby Lordo » Sat May 20, 2023 12:56 pm

50% of the Turkish population seems to be suffering from the abused wife syndrome, where the wife accepts that she is being abused but it is by her husband and she must accept it. Assuming of course that this cunt has not done the usual and stuffed ballot boxes with his own votes.
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Re: Erdogan rival jailed

Postby Lordo » Mon May 29, 2023 12:04 pm

Yesterday the democratic activities in Turkey have proven a new form of democracy. After the poll stations are closed the counting begins, and the media is not allowed to report on anything for 4 hours, by which time about half of the votes are counted. So they do not have to explain where the votes came from. Nobody actually was bothered, not even the opposition parties. All Kilicdaroglu could master was to say the election was unfair.

It was not enough. he shut down news media, locked up reporters and politicians, was able to say anything he liked with his false accusations, but this hiding of the count takes it to a new level.

I would like to say god help to Turkish people but unfortunately he/she/it does not exist.

It was also very interesting that he used a picture on his posters that were more than 10 years old. Apparently that is against the law in Turkey too.
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Re: Erdogan rival jailed

Postby repulsewarrior » Mon May 29, 2023 11:43 pm

...still quiet; not much "up to the minute news" on this election. I have not heard anything officially of results. (...already that's strange)

Do not despair Lordo, "god" as you say is a Universal consciousness just like Love an infinite power that is a matter of choice; don't you have Faith in Yourself, or in 'Us', why not the Turkish People?

...and while "They" may even claim a connection to their God, like you i too do not see much joy in it; "being" to them an "other" in any case nothing has changed yet: half the Turkish population has no representation at all.
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Re: Erdogan rival jailed

Postby Lordo » Tue May 30, 2023 10:07 am

repulsewarrior wrote:...still quiet; not much "up to the minute news" on this election. I have not heard anything officially of results. (...already that's strange)

Do not despair Lordo, "god" as you say is a Universal consciousness just like Love an infinite power that is a matter of choice; don't you have Faith in Yourself, or in 'Us', why not the Turkish People?

...and while "They" may even claim a connection to their God, like you i too do not see much joy in it; "being" to them an "other" in any case nothing has changed yet: half the Turkish population has no representation at all.


Not while is is going on and has been going on since Erdogan cam to power.

Shaking hands with fans, the president slipped supporters bank notes worth 200 liras (roughly £8) in an apparent last-ditch attempt to win votes. Two weeks before the run-off, he was spotted giving children money.


[url]https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/turkey-elections-what-footage-of-erdogan-handing-out-money-to-voters-tells-us-about-turkish-politics/ar-AA1bQxzJ?ocid=entnewsntp&cvid=0c0af63d3f0743eda92c75254f873bde&ei=21
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So a Turkish vote has a value, 200 TL to be exact. Such people deserve such a leader. it is a shame the system is such that they impose the asshole onto the rest of the population.
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Re: Erdogan rival jailed

Postby repulsewarrior » Mon Jun 05, 2023 4:55 am

The majority of Turks living in the following countries below favoured Kilicdaroglu:
Portugal (94.65%), Estonia (94.17%), Ireland (91.2%), Poland (90.02%), Czech Republic (89.28%), Lithuania (89.07%), Singapore (88.75%), New Zealand (86.01%), Montenegro (84.63%), US (82.57%), Greece (81.55%), Thailand (81.52%), Canada (80.86%), UK (80.38%), Hungary (76.94%), Malta (76.9%), Brazil (74.59%), Belarus (74.43%), Italy (74.13%), Israel (74.07%), South Africa (73.05%), Bulgaria (72.47%), China (71.99%), Bahrain (71.5%), Spain (71.1%), Finland (70.55%), Georgia (66.67%), Albania (65.71%), Oman (65.56%), United Arab Emirates (64.72%), Japan (63.48%), Romania (59.67%), Nigeria (59.6%), Serbia (59.19%), Ukraine (58.33%), Cyprus (58.15%), Switzerland (57.18%), Moldova (57.14%), Kosovo (56.9%), Australia (56.29%), Russia (54.81%), North Macedonia (54.62%), Sweden (53.08%), Turkmenistan (52.24%) and Kazakhstan (52.18%).

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2023/5/2 ... f-election

More Turks living in the following countries below favoured Erdogan:
Lebanon (95.28%), Jordan (90.37%), Egypt (78.59%), Belgium (74.91%), Pakistan (73.91%), Austria (73.88%), Kyrgyzstan (71.34%), Netherlands (70.45%), Saudi Arabia (69.3%), Germany (67.36%), France (66.57%), Libya (66.28%), Kuwait (64.61%), Qatar (61.71%), Luxembourg (60.64%), Denmark (60.47%), Algeria (58.96%), Morocco (58.58%), Iraq (58.42%), Uzbekistan (57.55%), Malaysia (57.11%), Iran (55.1%), Norway (54.23%), Azerbaijan (53.59%), Bosnia and Herzegovina (51.24%) and Tanzania (50.45%).


...the numbers are surprising to me for so many reasons; i am flabbergasted.
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