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uh oh610:21, 22 July 2010
Xinhua207:35, 22 July 2010

Sounds like those protestors are defying Turkishness. (talk)07:25, 20 July 2010

How can a secular government treasure human rights but censore the internet, the modern day avenue of expression and speech? Turkey, like Australia is Phuketted in this regard...(i'm Australian, I can say this...)

BKCW8 talk06:16, 21 July 2010

The present government of Turkey may be phuketted, but Turkey, it appears, does not completely agree with the present government.

Guardianstatue (talk)05:37, 22 July 2010

Well the people of Australia dont agree with internet censorship and yet, here we are...T_T

BKCW8 talk06:05, 22 July 2010

Anyone else find it ironic that the Chinese state media are reporting this?

the wub "?!"19:33, 20 July 2010

Chine reports this to justify their own actions - "see we aren't the only ones"...

BKCW8 talk06:19, 21 July 2010

I find this humorously ironic that Xinhua is reporting on this.

Mikemoral♪♫07:35, 22 July 2010