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Turkey freezes assets of 82 organizations, people for alleged ties to Kurdish militants

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Yes, precisely my point. Ankara needs to put its foot down and demand results instead of false promises.

All of the countries hosting these groups are in NATO or aligned.

NATO is just using Turkey. They should remember that in future foreign policy decisions.

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I'm not sure who you are, but I think you're Turkish. I'm a Kurd, and I had to leave Turkey, I live in Japan far away about 10,000 km, because of the policies there.

Turkey's government was formed by people involved in the Armenian genocide. Turkey is not doing well in terms of democracy. Kurdish mayors and the leader of the Kurdish party are in jail.

Turkey supported ISIS to prevent the Kurds from succeeding in Rojava.

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Yes, precisely my point. Ankara needs to put its foot down and demand results instead of false promises.

The Turks need to cease the genocide of the Kurds ! The Turkish government has become a detestable Islamic dictatorship that doesn't deserve any respect from democracies. Sultan Erdogan is a small thin skinned man who cannot take the kinds of criticism that is part of being an elected representative of the people. Rather he is an authoritarian thug who's critics have to flee to other nations like Sweden of face arrest for exercising their basic human right of free speech.

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