For example, if Turkey was democratic there would at minimum be a public discussion as to why Turkey supports, with 40.000 OCCUPYING ILLEGAL troops and an overdose of arrogance, that Turkish Cypriots, an 18% minority community of Cyprus, deserve so much more than the Kurds, her own 25% minority community, who have suffered since 1923 the oppression of the Turkish state.
Turkey's foundations are rotten and a revolution is needed. Best they make it a democratic one, but for a society whose ultra conservative constituency makes up over 90%, under various labels suggesting misleadingly milder inclinations, there is very little hope of that happening. Read below my January thoughts:
JANUARY 28, 2011 Semantics in the way of an Aristotelian revolution?