Mehmet Tezan wrote: Erdogan has made Turkey a poor country

We hit rock bottom last year with the wrong decision taken by Erdoğan this month…
We were poor…
We saw this, we knew it, but when we went beyond our borders, I realized that we are a poor country.
Believe me, we are no different from poor African countries.
I went to the island of Thassos right under our noses. In the past, these places were Turkish boiling points. In the past, the economy of the Greek islands was supported by the Turks.
In the past, especially the island Hellenes were living a comfortable life thanks to Turkish tourists.
Turks no longer exist…
How can they be. The euro exceeded 18 lira. Multiply the fraction of the goods you bought by 20; this is rule…
The coffee you drink…
The toast you ate…
The beer you sipped…
You multiply by 20…
Until 2011, the Euro was below two liras. In 2010, at the request of the Fethullahists, we changed the Constitution. There is no judgment left. Without the judiciary, the country did not remain safe. This is the first break…
In 2011, Erdogan won the election with 49.95 percent, which was a bit too much. Erdogan thought we had given him the title deed of the country. He started acting like he was the sole owner of the country. This is the second break…
We have not been cured ever since.
When we went to the referendum for regime change in 2017, the dollar was 4 liras. Now 18 liras is 20 cents.
Four and a half times.
I won’t say the third break, it would be more accurate to say a break or hit the bottom…
The game of external forces, the loom of the upper mind, the stories are bullshit. What raises the currency to this level, or rather makes our money worthless. It is Erdogan’s domestic and national economic policy!
He thought that the more worthless our domestic and national currency, the more dollars / euros would enter the country. He applied it.
The economy pages of the ruling newspapers do not pass with the news that we have been flooded with tourists. They come as a cheap country, but can we go there?
No… Turks took their hands off Europe. Or is that what he wanted?
I went to the Greek island opposite Kavala. I said there are no Turks, will you say who is there? Who fills the beaches, you ask?
Bulgarians…
Romanians…
And of course the Germans…
You know, there are Bulgarians for whom we do not even ask for a passport, let alone a visa, so that they can shop and leave three cents so that the pockets of the shopkeepers can see money…
On the beaches where Turks spread in the past, they are in the position of come, come, come, come…
I am said. When Turkey was a more democratic country, our money also had a value. While we were shopping in a foreign country, we were multiplying the money there by two or three, but by four.
Now we multiply by twenty…
Let me also write it in numbers: with 20!…
I did not go abroad for a long time due to the pandemic. I felt poor. My country has become a poor Middle Eastern country.
Bulgarians, Serbians, Romanians, Greeks, Albanians look at us with pity… They look at us with the same eye as we look at those coming from Somalia, Uganda, Chad, Kenya and Afghanistan. .
How could they not look…
We give 18 100 liras, the men give one 100 Euros in return…

The one-man regime, the one-man stubbornness, the one-man reign has come at a heavy cost to the country. It was heavy not only in the field of economy but also in every field…
Tomorrow we will open this issue further.

(Let me open a little parenthesis. At the end of my post on Friday, I was going to make a note that I will take a few days off. I was going to say that we need to take a few days off. Thank you to those who sent you an e-mail saying you were lost. Here I am. I close the parenthesis)

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