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Is the AKP to be trusted?
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10.       Trudy
7887 posts
 29 Mar 2009 Sun 11:34 pm

 

Quoting TheJanissary

in this election, again we saw that some political parties like DTP (a kurdish party), always speaking about domocracy, human rights... can not tolerate any other views. and being fascist and aggressive.  and choosing terrorism as usual.

http://www.hurriyet.com.tr/gundem/11318721.asp?gid=229

 

they did same things during elections campaign also.

 

 Can you give that link in English? They DO have an English site you know!

11.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 29 Mar 2009 Sun 11:46 pm

 

Quoting Trudy

 

 

 Can you give that link in English? They DO have an English site you know!

 

He calls them fascist and terrorist..in the news it says that they attacked some shops and broke the windows..

Most/some of the demonstrations end up like that in the uk. lol lol 



Edited (3/29/2009) by thehandsom

12.       Kaya´08
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 29 Mar 2009 Sun 11:52 pm

 

Quoting Trudy

 

 

 Can you give that link in English? They DO have an English site you know!

 

If someone can translate the title for me on the article i can find it.

13.       Kaya´08
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 30 Mar 2009 Mon 12:07 am

 

Quoting thehandsom

 

 

He calls them fascist and terrorist..in the news it says that they attacked some shops and broke the windows..

Most/some of the demonstrations end up like that in the uk. lol lol 

 

Lol yeah or in other words Brixton on a good day.

 

Those political parties should be banned, they promote terrorism. There pure anarchists. The government can easily ban them in the name of democracy without violating any international or constitutional laws, easily.

14.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 30 Mar 2009 Mon 12:13 am

 

Quoting Kaya´08

 

 

Lol yeah or in other words Brixton on a good day.

 

Those political parties should be banned, they promote terrorism. There pure anarchists. The government can easily ban them in the name of democracy without violating any international or constitutional laws, easily.

I think we Turks are holding a kind of record for banning political parties based on our constitution for many many years..

As it happens (see above post) , some will think that DTP is promoting terrorism but they will say that they are not..

I dont think it is a very good idea..

 

15.       TheJanissary
384 posts
 30 Mar 2009 Mon 12:14 am

 

Quoting thehandsom

 

 

He calls them fascist and terrorist..in the news it says that they attacked some shops and broke the windows..

Most/some of the demonstrations end up like that in the uk. lol lol 

 

 how innocent. attack all government buldings, shops, cars. I dont understand why u felt happy.

 

16.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 30 Mar 2009 Mon 12:18 am

 

Quoting TheJanissary

 

 

 how innocent. attack all government buldings, shops, cars. I dont understand why u felt happy.

 

 

I was  laughing at you.

Not the incident.. 

17.       TheJanissary
384 posts
 30 Mar 2009 Mon 12:22 am

 

Quoting thehandsom

 

 

I was  laughing at you.

Not the incident.. 

 

 I understand why are u so happy tonight.

coz u won in diyarbakýr again.

18.       Kaya´08
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 30 Mar 2009 Mon 12:23 am

 

Quoting thehandsom

 

I think we Turks are holding a kind of record for banning political parties based on our constitution for many many years..

As it happens (see above post) , some will think that DTP is promoting terrorism but they will say that they are not..

I dont think it is a very good idea..

 

 

Its true, but in the past we was not banning terrorist parties. If Hamas was to be running for the government in America, im sure there far right extremist views would have been classified as terrorism as they have been now, and under a legal framework, would have been liable to ban them. We are liable to ban the DTP, under international laws as well as our own constitutional ones, as they have not only promoted terrorism, but evidently caused violance and discord within society.

19.       thehandsom
7403 posts
 30 Mar 2009 Mon 12:33 am

 

Quoting Kaya´08

 

 

Its true, but in the past we was not banning terrorist parties. If Hamas was to be running for the government in America, im sure there far right extremist views would have been classified as terrorism as they have been now, and under a legal framework, would have been liable to ban them. We are liable to ban the DTP, under international laws as well as our own constitutional ones, as they have not only promoted terrorism, but evidently caused violance and discord within society.

I dont think it is a good idea to close or ban DTP. They are kind of representing kurds at the moment..

If you are not letting them to be represented what are they supposed to do?

Do you prefer them to go to mountains? 

20.       Kaya´08
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 30 Mar 2009 Mon 12:40 am

 

Quoting thehandsom

 

I dont think it is a good idea to close or ban DTP. They are kind of representing kurds at the moment..

If you are not letting them to be represented what are they supposed to do?

Do you prefer them to go to mountains? 

 

We should allow them to represent the Kurds at the expense of terorrists in government? No, this is not Gaza. And we should not be blackmailed into not banning them for being terrorists because they represent the Kurds, and on the contrary, over 65% of kurds voted for AKP anyway. I dont think it makes a bit of difference. Im  willing to see the dismissal of DTP at the expense of a few, insignificant Kurdish votes anyway (insignificant as in only 20% Kurdish support).

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