At­tacks on the democ­racy al­liance


The habits of the right­ist and pro-coup mind­set, which have been us­ing the “Demo­cratic Regime” as a pres­sure of the ma­jor­ity, dif­fer­en­ti­ated and even an­tag­o­nized the op­po­si­tion par­ties not only against the power but also against each other. As the big­gest en­e­mies of the demo­cratic and sec­u­lar so­cial law state, the sep­a­ratist Kur­dish chau­vin­ism, op­pres­sive Turk­ish chau­vin­ism, pro-sharia fun­da­men­tal­ism, Sun­nism that re­jects Alaw­ism were the ide­olo­gies that poi­soned Turkey. How­ever, all of these were over­come within the Democ­racy Al­liance. But at­tacks by pro

AKP peo­ple against this al­liance made to pro­tect the Demo­cratic Regime be­gan im­me­di­ately: the HDP was an ex­ten­sion of the PKK ter­ror­ist or­ga­ni­za­tion, and those who al­lied with the HDP served sep­a­ratist Kurds. The GOOD PARTY was ac­tu­ally a chau­vin­ist, and those who al­lied with the GOOD Party “served to op­pres­sive Turk­ish chau­vin­ism that ig­nore and op­pressed the Kurds. SAADET was ac­tu­ally pro-Sharia and those who al­lied with SAADET served Is­lamism. The CHP was told that the smaller par­ties in the al­liance had more ad­van­tages, and the par­ties out­side the CHP were told that the CHP had abused them. It is very dif­fi­cult to es­tab­lish and main­tain an al­liance for the Demo­cratic Regime in a po­lit­i­cal en­vi­ron­ment cor­rupted by Ma­jor­ity Pres­sure and a chau­vin­ist mind­set. It was es­tab­lished and it was suc­cess­ful on March 31 and June 23. But will it be sus­tain­able?

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