So glad someone else thinks as I do.
Who remains King of the Erdo appeasers?
Watching events in Turkey over the last six years has been a bit like lying face-up on the guillotine, and watching the blade come down. Having harried the media and targeted the Kurds, Recep Erdogan then ruffled a few feathers in NATO, as a result of which its EU mole Federica Mogherini began gushing praise for him. Pressure on the EU via the mass release of Syrian refugees across the Mediterranean then had Frau Doktor Mirakel rushing to kiss his feet.
None of this did Erdogan any harm at the elections that followed: he strengthened his grip on the country, and immediately afterwards scores of opposition journalists were rounded up and their newspapers closed. Now Erdogan has fired the old Prime Minister and installed a lackey ally, Binali Yildirim, in his place. His first task will be to push through legislation removing…
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