The events in Turkey and the urgent need for international action of synthesis of the progressive forces1
October 11, 2015 by M
The events in Turkey remind us strictly to the understanding that freedom of thought and speech are not discounted gifts. We are darkened by the drift of our middle class to understand how the world works: and turns bad, and people do not realize and do not understand.
95 people died in Ankara on October 10, peaceful supporters of the pro-Kurdish reason the Democratic Party of peoples (HDP).
The opposition parties are now demanding that policy-makers resign for failing to ensure security during the march for peace, interrupted by two explosions, probably triggered by two suicide bombers.
The attack in Ankara is only the latest attack against the HDP, delegitimized and ousted from the political debate, a kind of strategy of tension that intends to clear the field for the elections of November 1st.
If in Europe freedom has today the price of failure low-key career or insertion in society, we have yet to witness the dramatic tensions that bring a load, and this should make us understand we need to build a credible path of training and education, we must recognize and federate soft flames, scattered throughout Europe and the world, keep the flame of emancipation.