On the HDP-AKP meeting
They sell coats in 36 (thirty-six) installments via bank loans in this country!
They also sell the entire government-affiliated media conglomerate for 750 (seven hundred and fifty) million dollars, which also qualifies for a bank loan!
Another corruption scandal appeared on the agenda after Demiroren plots in Kemerkoy were transferred to Ziraat Bank and the ravaging of green areas began, while coats for the poor with 36-month installments were reported on the same page.
Subsequent news reports included protest marches against the war and the suspected use of chemical weapons, as well as related detentions.
And at the very bottom of the page, the open intervention of a religious leader in the elections of a chamber of commerce was reported.
While this is the true and hurtful picture of Turkey, they are all engaged in speculative discussions about the meeting of the HDP and AKP. As if this is even news!
Should HDP cadres have sealed the doors of their party to appease the opposition, whereby they insist on their undemocratic stance not holding talks with the HDP and overtly declaring, "We will never sit at the same table with the HDP"?
Needless to say, we shouldn't attach too much meaning to the meeting between the AKP and the HDP and look for a straw that will break the camel's back. On the other hand, no one can ignore the HDP, which has managed to remain steadfast despite all the oppression, prosecution, and intimidation practices. All HDP members have been declaring this for years, to the point that we are at a loss for words.
Instead of learning from this and quickly launching negotiations with the HDP, which is a legitimate political representative, the opposition preferred to turn this into a campaign to wear down the AKP and implicitly criminalize the HDP. It is truly incomprehensible.
Ladies and gentlemen! In this country, coats are sold in installments of 36 months at this time!
70 percent of society lives below the poverty line. Workers are bleeding, farmers and traders are left moaning, and you are still debating whether to negotiate with the HDP or not!
The entire working poor population, which includes the HDP base, is not even able to buy a coat in 136 installments, let alone in 36 months.
Meanwhile, on the other side of this divide there are a handful of exploiters who cannot be satisfied with their yachts, luxury mansions, jeeps and palaces, and are in need of replacing them with new ones; so please stop having idle discussions and come together to formulate a realistic program that will end destitution, poverty, war and despair, and explain it in a very clear and simple way.
The HDP has proven that it is open to dialogue to achieve a breakthrough. Those who do not choose to recognize this will be responsible for the outcomes.
Under the most unfavorable conditions, they can sell a coat in 36 installments, but democracy does not come in installments.
It is all or nothing. Either full democracy or outright fascism.
The HDP's choice is clear, the rest must decide now.