He is probably pissed of with his recent Youtube performance but also some insults received yesterday related to his newly born grandson. In the last analysis, this is yet another diversion technique. He likes to do that. Otherwise, his reign is already squeezing citizens out of breath in the social media platforms…
On June 26 #Erdogan has reached out to the youth via YouTube live stream wishing them success in their uni entrance exams which now has 3 times more ‘dislike’ than ‘likes’. It was closed to live chat. So youngsters took on to Twitter to say “no votes” #oymoyyok was trending
— Cagil M. Kasapoglu (@CagilKasapoglu) July 1, 2020
Looks like the traditional VPN period could start again soon. A short served online celebration of muted voices, followed by the return of the trolls. A period where the only pro-akp voices on Twitter are the media outlets that are above the law. https://t.co/CS8ZPhsAJm
— Peter Nut (@nipped) July 1, 2020
Now that the coronavirus is, at least, partially out of the news cycle, Turkish politics seem to be heating up. Let me state at the onset that any election before 2023 seems unlikely. Still, the plot thickens as new actors emerge and the public’s sentiment over the economy is shifting. The years leading up to the 2023 will be tough and show the ugly side of politics.