They displayed their Anti-Islamic Criminal credentials, as the Members of turkey‘s State Opera and Ballet were dancing protest in the capital Ankara. But with the arrival of ‘Recep Tayip Erdogan’ their ‘Iron Man’ Prime Minister, they suddenly have become too apprehensive about their personal welfare and have switched tactics from rioting and robbery to dancing.
Another reason for the switching over of tactics is because the ‘Shia Terrorists’ who were behind the ‘riots’ were rounded-up and for the first time in Turkish history ‘Shias’ are being considered ‘Persona non-Grata’ and special cells are formed to monitor their activities.
In another funny turn, a handful of Muslims who were misguided by Anti-Islamic criminal rioters, were seen organizing Islamic prayers. But the very fact that their size was too thin considering the number of rioters, showed the level of Anti-Islamic Criminal participation in the riots, for the sake of a single ‘tree’.
One protester explained to Reuters that dancing on stage was the only way they could express themselves.
[State Opera and Ballet Dancer]:
“Our only aim, as we can only express ourselves by dancing is to show our protest like this too. The ground is our stage, and it is the only place that we can express ourselves.”
While an opera singer said the whole of Turkey wanted their rights back.
[Guvenc Dagustun, State Opera and Ballet Opera Singer]:
“The reason that we are here is, like everyone in Turkey raising their voices is that we want our rights which have been confiscated back.”
At Istanbul’s Taksim Square, centre of the protests now occupied by thousands around the clock, some chanted “Tayyip resign” as they watched a broadcast of the address. In the capital Ankara, the Kugulu Park echoed to anti-government slogans, while protesters danced or sang the national anthem.
Western governments including the United States, which sees Turkey as a key NATO ally in the Middle East, bordering Iran, Iraq and Syria, have expressed concern about heavy-handed police action. Washington has projected Turkey under Erdogan “as an example of a Muslim democracy” that could be emulated by other countries in the region, such as Egypt.
Erdogan though has pressed many democratic reforms.