... Can't you properly interpret those 3 sentences?
It's a hypothetical question.
Just think you're living in some modern Soviet Union for all I care. How do you handle things. Information warfare, protests, disruption of the shitheads, etc.>>33380>"Democracy" doesn't mean the country isn't functionally a malicious autocratic state.
That's the point.
He only has power now because one of the opposition parties didn't want to join in a coalition against them. There's still plenty of secularists around,
So how do you remove the shit.>>33400>>33419
Fight em when they don't have enough power yet to turn things to shit & they're seen as some kind of martyrs of democracy.
Whilst it would have been better if the coup succeeded now seems like the best time to actually fight as a civilian & gather more popular support.
The ones behind the coup still have some support & Erdocunt is going all out on the regressive policies.
Sacking an enormous amount of judges & parts of the military, arming his supporters, etc. There's bound to be some kickback.
All in all the question wasn't what do you do when the country goes to shit. It's what do you do to resist.
I hoped more people would have understood that. It's bloody hypothetical. 'You have to fight back; how do you do it?'
I've heard plenty secular turks lamenting the failure of the coup being asked the same question: "Why don't you leave" & most either have important stuff they can't leave behind, actually want to resist or don't have enough money to successfully immigrate.
There's the possibility that it was a false flag but then it was by the erdocunts not some "worse party".
The army is a bunch of secularists though future continued purges may change that. Gulen the one they whom they framed as the one behind it whilst an Islamist doesn't even have enough influence in the military to try.
Whilst probably less repressive than Erodgan he's exactly the type of guy they'd have to right to organize a coup against.>>33431
This guy gets it