By Anonymous | July 19, 2016 - 20:31 | Posted in AnonyNews | Comments Off on Anonymous Operation Turkey
Anonymous Operation Turkey

Turkish people will liberate the country against the impact of the oppression made ​​by the Turkish Government. With all kinds of interventions, we will try to empower the people of turkey. You can support us to fight Erdoğan and you can do something to prevent the ongoing purge of freedoms in Turkey, we have to enlighten Turkish people to reveal the truth.
Now the government persecuted the people of Turkey by helping ISIS and its supporters, come and join us in the fight Together Against ISIS and Erdoğan.

We are Anonymous.
We are legion,
we do not forgive,
we do not forget.
Turkey, expect us! | SSL Port: 6697 | Channel #OpTurkey

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AKP email database
Recent events show the suppression of education and the media in Turkey, these practices are undemocratic and gives us the idea the citizens in Turkey are being indoctrinated. Yes, Erdoğan was democratic elected but democratic values go beyond the electoral system. Opposition should always have a voice and the free flow of information should be encouraged. Wikileaks has sustained DDos attacks after announcing they will release e-mails (300k), docs (500k) of the Turkish government, and we suspect the Turkish government will try to  censor any information Wikileaks will release.

We ask of the people in Turkey to take interest in the material Wikileaks is about to release and to not dismiss it because a leader tells them. We advocate the use of anti-censorship tools as Tor, I2P or VPN. We will do our best to translate those e-mails and documents for the international community to read and to provide a better understanding of the ongoing situation in Turkey.


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