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Friday, 19 July 2013

Dear Recep Tayyip Erdogan, leader of the Turkish people,







I know how you feel. Under attack & busy trying to control the ´peace´ in Turkye. 


The US imprinted you -and others-  to be afraid of the Russian Army. Well, they are no thread at all to you. I know from experience that Russian people are caring, loving and thriving people the same you'll find anywhere on the planet.

The Kurdish people just want a piece of peace for their own. Let them be and they let you thrive too.

In your other backyard on the Syrian border, Turkish & Syrian people need serious help. Give them what they need on a daily bases and they'll support you all the way.

Instead of helping these hundreds of thousands of people what do you do now?



Neglecting these people and attacking your own population with your teargas-policeforce and not even listening to them?

You can try to fight an invisible enemy on these multiple battlefields.

You saw what happened earlier in  Egypt. And you know how thàt ended.


Anyone in your position will be scared sometimes too. But you can turn these things around. In the favour of your people & yourself.

The people protesting on your streets are not terrorists but civilians with a voice. Can you hear that voice? Listen to them, please...

If this is so much of importance to só many people, can you please make an effort to just listen to them? Your ultimate solution is then already at 50%

The other 50% must really go from your heart to the people. What do you think what happeness if you really help the people? c'mon, it's your job.

How would you feel if everyone in and around Turkye loves what you are doing for them? If you really take good care of everyone in your region then trust me...
they will take care of you.

If you fail to do so, you know where this ends...

Now...what do you want?
It's in your hands.
You can turn it around.
Make a difference and be a hero!
or a zero..



Respect to you Sir,

Boddhi




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