[OT] What's happening here in Turkey...

Andrew Kluthe andrew at ctech.me
Fri Jun 7 02:01:26 CEST 2013


@Andrew,
*Anarchy* is suffered from a deliberate semantic shift.
It's perceived as a bad word, like a *post-apocalyptic hell*.
In fact, it's not.
Gezi Park is the proof of it.
{check the pictures at the link in my last post, again}


Agreed. :) You don't have to convince me. I have considered myself an
anarchist for going on 10 years, and have experienced many moments in that
time where I saw the power of people tired of ASKING for things getting
together to just DO them (albiet not as grand as what is happening right
now where you are). I was pleasantly surprised to see someone advocating
for this concept on this list.

Direct action gets the goods. Cheers.


On Thu, Jun 6, 2013 at 6:39 PM, J. Landman Gay <jacque at hyperactivesw.com>wrote:

> On 6/6/13 5:51 PM, Ender Nafi Elekçioğlu wrote:
>
>> A little update to the situation:
>>
>>
>> As of now, the police is forced to retract from Taksim - Istanbul and
>> Gezi Park is like the Smurf Village :)
>> I mean, everybody brings food and other goods; and whoever need something
>> get whatever he/she needs.
>> Money is not allowed.
>> We built our library, our infirmary, our movie theatre, our
>> restaurant(s); we even have a small orchard :)
>> It's a dreamland ;-)
>>
>> This is what humanity can achieve without authority.
>> Here's a clear view of who we, the protesters, are:
>> http://onedio.com/haber/gezi-**parki-eylemlerinden-**
>> gulumsetecek-ve-yureginizi-**isitacak-24-fotograf-117116<http://onedio.com/haber/gezi-parki-eylemlerinden-gulumsetecek-ve-yureginizi-isitacak-24-fotograf-117116>
>>
>>
>> Unfortunately,
>> other cities of Turkey are struggling with police and religious fanatics
>> who act with the police and supported by police.
>> There are 3 murders by them and 4000+ wounded.
>>
>> May God be with them…
>>
>
> The photos say more than words can tell. You have some remarkable people
> there. Take care of yourself, Ender.
>
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Andrew Kluthe
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