Taksim is everywhere..Back to Taksim

Back to Taksim

barricade Taksim 23.06.13

By @JFernandezLayos

[Greek translation here and in comments]   Istanbul, June 23

Dear people,

It has been an extraordinary week of revolutionary assemblies in all parts of the city. But I have to admit, I kind of missed the tear gas.

Yesterday at last we were bound to have some. Continue reading “Taksim is everywhere..Back to Taksim”

Turkey: This is just the beginning; fight on

From Contra-Info:

come help us..join the revolt!
come help us..join the revolt!

This is a revolt

Urban transformation projects have long been threatening living spaces of Istanbul residents. First slum demolitions, and then 63 million square meters of forests to be pillaged for the third bridge, shopping malls built one after another, luxury hotels, and while the pedestrianization project continued, next was Gezi Park. Istanbul residents continued to resist all of these projects that threatened life. Until excavators came to Gezi Park and uprooted the trees; Continue reading “Turkey: This is just the beginning; fight on”

Free Turkey: Saturday Night at Gezi Park (*recommended)

 

Saturday Night at Gezi Park

by selana019

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Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/113758915501912/?fref=ts    Website: https://globalgezi.tk

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In #globalrevolution on 8 June 2013 at 22:17

 

Taksim, via radical.com.tr

 

Istanbul, June 8

Dear people,

Picture this. It’s actually pretty cinematographic. A dungeon with screens. A table with a bottle of coke, a bag of crisps. And a drowsy editor, monitoring the situation. The editor is me. I see one of the screens lighten up. I look and I don’t believe it. I tap on the screen to see if it goes away. It doesn’t. I turn on the sound, and I say: “What the hell. It’s revolution.” Continue reading “Free Turkey: Saturday Night at Gezi Park (*recommended)”