There is no justification for killing random people. No religion, no race, no history.
42 people died (up until now) - fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers, friends...
Those days should make everyone realize that there are people out there who are full of nothing.
They don't feel empathy and they don't feel guilt. They want their "own" good. I don't like to get touchy
but those people are not necessarily only "monsters". Please be good to each other and don't judge
others in a way you don't judge yourself. Unfairness is what turns this world to shit.
On a more worldly note. Saying Turkey is a fantastic and a modern benchmark on adaptation and
moving forward state is something that feels very odd to me.
A country that developed into a dictatorship without any freedom to anyone living "against" the system.
People getting stamped as terrorists for supporting a Kurdish people. As a German citizen the last time
I heard that in our own history about 6 million innocent people got killed and many millions of soldiers
died in a war that caused havoc over the whole planet.
Furthermore Turkey has been pushing its economy so hard that it grew over what it can sustain - at
least if you are about to kill or at least deport a big chunk of your population.
Fantastic? For everyone? Or just for those who were living before quite well and now just gain more?
Adaptation? Of what exactly? Own history in formats of German history? IS' sick believe of something
they try to force on people as "Islam"?
Moving forward? By moving back in history, trying to get rid off of the rest of Kurds?
Erdogan is mainly elected by Turks living abroad in better countries (such as Germany). There is a
reason for that.
I can't believe someone living in Sweden can even think of saying Turkey is "moving forward".