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(Some Guy)   Four-minute animated film about Gezi protests and how they were portrayed to the average Cihangir in Turkey wins awards   (nsnbc.me) divider line 7
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2013-12-01 06:14:43 PM
From the style of animation, I can only guess that there are no epileptics in Turkey.

This seems even worse a trigger than pokemon
 
2013-12-01 06:31:43 PM

Vlad_the_Inaner: From the style of animation, I can only guess that there are no epileptics in Turkey.

This seems even worse a trigger than pokemon


Not a fan of Dr Katz?
 
2013-12-01 08:06:12 PM

PhDemented: Vlad_the_Inaner: From the style of animation, I can only guess that there are no epileptics in Turkey.

This seems even worse a trigger than pokemon

Not a fan of Dr Katz?


I guess not.  I remember it from a long time ago though, and after reviewing it on youtube, most scenes have a static background.

/didn't even know it was still airing this recently
 
2013-12-01 09:40:25 PM
What is gezi
 
2013-12-01 11:29:05 PM

BalugaJoe: What is gezi


This link should explain it all
 
2013-12-02 10:23:51 AM
Well that animation did absolutely nothing at all to teach me about the topic and garner my sympathy.

From the article, you're protesting about tearing down a park? Really? That's what you're protesting? Not starving people or homeless children or an actual... you know, problem? It's not even real nature, it's a fake park. Hell, white people be all about paving over nature, now seems a silly time to start crying about it when all you've got is a postage stamp of it left.
 
2013-12-02 02:59:22 PM
It started with a park. A handful of hippies sat around trees.  Until police ran over them with a tank and started gassing them and beating them.  Then thousands joined them against police brutality. Those thousands swelled as everyone with a complaint against the islamicising, steamrolling government took to the streets.  For days civilians were beaten, shot, gassed, sprayed, raped while the national media showed NOTHING.  When, a week into the brutality, it was covered by the media, it was to denigrate the people expressing their anger at the government as a "small group of looters and alcoholics."
 
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