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Re: Vanishing threads

Post by mertayy » Thu Jun 06, 2013 6:54 pm

Something I lol'd (besides Swan's comment) :)

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Translation;

- we're barly holding 25.000 Lannisters at their home (Erdogan threatened to use his voters to fight against the protesters)

- I will never leave the iron throne cause of 3-5 looters (he likes calling us looters)

- I will demolish Winterfell and build a Mall! (no need for explanation :) )

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Re: Vanishing threads

Post by mertayy » Fri Jun 07, 2013 1:23 pm

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Re: Vanishing threads

Post by mertayy » Sat Jun 08, 2013 5:34 pm

Currently (Thanks Taiwan! :) )

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nHn0aa443XI

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Re: Vanishing threads

Post by mertayy » Tue Jun 11, 2013 7:35 pm

Copy-Paste'ing;

The government in collaboration with the police and the media staged a theater play (with terrible actors) at Taksim square early this morning. After announcing that there will be no attacks on the people at Gezi park and Taksim, hundreds of policemen came to collect the banners, at the same time chocking people with tear gas.

The media, who has ignored the protests so far was there from the beginning, broadcasting (from extremely good shooting points) a play between hundreds of cops and about 30 people who are posing as "protesters" (still a mystery who they were) who were throwing Molotov cocktails at the police at the square. This act went on for more than an hour. The police, who is capable of breaking up thousand of people (without provocation) within minutes with tear gas and water cannons, only circled around them, gently spraying a little water.

In the mean time, on the back streets and around Gezi park, where the media was not broadcasting, the attacks were brutal as usual. The protests until this morning have been peaceful and it is not clear whether these people were extremists from some political groups or some agent provocateurs? What is clear is that they do not reflect the spirit of this uprising. Couple of hours ago, police raided the biggest court house in Istanbul and arrested around 70 lawyers, who were only protesting against the morning attacks, probably as a response to their help with protecting the rights of the people arrested and injured during last weeks protests.

In response to today's events, people of Istanbul are going back to Taksim square this evening at 19:00 possibly with larger numbers than the protests on May 31. Please share this information by copying and pasting. The Turkish media has failed miserably and it is very important that the world knows what is really going on in Turkey.

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Re: Vanishing threads

Post by mertayy » Tue Jun 11, 2013 9:00 pm

44 of those 70 lawyers (who were arrested in Turkey's biggest courthouse) were hospitalized. Right now its like day one, teargas and fire all over the place.

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