Straturka’s Weird Editor has prepared a compilation of social media posts which are mainly misleading.
Here is the first compilation;
In Norway we believe in the freedom of speech and democracy. Politicians can not- and will not- change or remove a painting. Watch and learn.
Greetings from the standing commitee for cultural affairs, Oslo, Norway. https://t.co/bWCpCdOa87
— Eivor Evenrud (@EivorEvenrud) January 15, 2021
Are you planning to allow ISIS paintings on walls as well or the PKK, the killer of 40K people, has privileges there?
Not even Orwell could have imagined this. 13 op-eds by 13 different journalists in 13 pro-regime Turkish papers. All 13 have the same heading and make the same argument. pic.twitter.com/5FtrsHZ05E
— Timur Kuran (@timurkuran) January 17, 2021
This staunch anti-Turkish government guy shares photos from a campaign conducted in 2015 to support a victim in order to insult pro-government journalists. He was supporting the violence mentioned in articles. If he is also a FETO member, more can be said for his biased hatred.
They’ve been doing it for the last 2 years.https://t.co/3a2O8RtvkJ
— Arslan Hidayat.ئارسلان ھىدايەت (@arslan_hidayat) January 16, 2021
Turkey does not extradite Uighurs but some Uighur people, allegedly having links with FETO, insults Turkish government.
It is not weird to see that Armenians support the PKK. While below account opposes Turkey’s request for removing pro-PKK paintings, he was embracing Armenian soldiers setting Azerbaijani corpses on fire.
Unanswered questions about Turkey’s relationship with ISIS https://t.co/C60cYzixZd pic.twitter.com/CQiVzASuAy
— Greekcitytimes (@greekcitytimes) January 14, 2021
Greeks are seeking embers inside ash.