Monopoly – Journalism in Turkey edition- Via Reddit Europe

OSCE – Warsaw – Sep 12

Warsaw, 12 September 2017 – Following last night’s court decision denying the release of six Cumhuriyet journalists and executives, Harlem Désir, OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media and David Kaye, United Nations Special Rapporteur

The Guardian – Owen Bowcott – Sep 11, 4:40 AM

Tens of thousands of Turkish citizens detained or dismissed from their jobs on the basis of downloading an encrypted messaging app have had the human rights breached, a legal opinion published in London has found. The study, commissioned by

The Alliance of German Democrats (AD-D) party has hung election posters in Germany’s Duisburg province featuring President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, featuring a message for Turkish-origin Germans who are eligible to vote in the country’s Sept. 24 federal elections.
50 Shades of Erdogan’s Propaganda

Thousands protest in Istanbul against corruption and Erdogan’s government in Dec. 2013. A banner with Fethullah Gulen and PM Erdogan’s pictures reads: “One is no better than the other”. Fulya Atalay for Demotix.

Joseph Stalin described the work of writers as being akin to the “engineering of human souls.” He was referring not just to any type of writing, but to the writing of propaganda.

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