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WIKILEAKS releases 294,548 emails from Turkey's ruling AKP political party

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https://www.wired.com/2016/07/wikileaks-dumps-erdogan-emails-turkeys-failed-coup/

On Tuesday, WikiLeaks published what it’s calling the Erdoğan Emails, a searchable collection of 294,548 emails it says are leaked from the AKP, Turkey’s ruling political party, and the organization president Erdoğan led before he was elected president.
https://wikileaks.org/akp-emails/

Today, 11pm Anakara Time, WikiLeaks releases part one of the AKP Emails. AKP, or the Justice & Development Party, is the ruling party of Turkey and is the political force behind the country's president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Part one of the series covers 762 mail boxes beginning with 'A' through to 'I' containing 294,548 email bodies together with many thousands of attached files. The emails come from "akparti.org.tr", the AKP's primary domain. The most recent was sent on July 6, 2016. The oldest dates back to 2010. It should be noted that emails associated with the domain are mostly used for dealing with the world, as opposed to the most sensitive internal matters.

The material was obtained a week before the attempted coup. However, WikiLeaks has moved forward its publication schedule in response to the government's post-coup purges. We have verified the material and the source, who is not connected, in any way, to the elements behind the attempted coup, or to a rival political party or state.
Thought this worth its own thread .. might be something, might be nothing.

Using hashtag #erdoganemails & #akpemails on the twitter machine ..

Interesting that the internet and social media played a big part for Erdogan and his Coup .. here is a bit of blow back it seems :D
 
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From the WIRED article above:

ikiLeaks has said in its Twitter feed that it’s been under sustained cyberattacks—likely floods of junk web traffic known as distributed denial of service attacks—since Monday, seemingly an effort to take the site offline or prevent its release. In fact, by early Tuesday evening the Erdoğan Emails were suddenly behind a password login, which Wikileaks tells WIRED was the result of a DDoS attack.
 

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I can see Wikileaks reasoning for the data release.

However one consequence of this elease is that it will add fuel to Erdogan's already high level of paranoia.

There must be stuff in those leaks which compromises Erdogan
 

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I can see Wikileaks reasoning for the data release.

However one consequence of this elease is that it will add fuel to Erdogan's already high level of paranoia.

There must be stuff in those leaks which compromises Erdogan
that fooking goat must have talked, it may have been a tranny female goat ,

A Bi-Goat that has a Zygote


I am not familiar with the goatfooking scene , perhaps that Devil Erdogan can inform us all in his memoirs,
"Goatfooking for beginners" or "Goatfooking your way to power", both seem okay for the goatfooking scene !

 
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The £43m-a-year President, his 'shopaholic' wife and their £2,000 per roll silk wallpaper in the bathroom: Inside Turkey tyrant's £500million palace... so dripping in gold 'it would have even made Saddam blush'
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has amassed a £139million fortune with at least three palaces across Turkey.
She (Emine Erdogan) claims to live a 'humble and modest' life with strict Muslim values, whiling away the hours in palace kitchen fermenting apples and turning them into vinegar.
From silk wallpaper costing as much as £2,000 a roll to £36,000 for each pair of double doors that are needed for the hundreds of rooms. One estimate has the bill for more than 400 extra large double doors that measure 3.2m high by 2m wide at over £5m. Add in the 450 single doors needed and the final bill for doors has been put at over £26m. In keeping with the no expense spared build even carpeting for the 366,000 sq ft palace is more than £7m.
Turkey's President Erdogan's 'shopaholic' wife laid bare as 2m citizens earn £3 a day | Daily Mail Online





Emine Erdogan (left):







 

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@Lara2,

Erdogan's palatial mansion would remind you of Ceuacescu's place in Romania.

Well you can buy stuff, but money cannot buy taste, that's for sure.

Many people are wealthy in Turkey now, so maybe the comparison is not so valid.

But STILL!

It is just obscene to me anyway. Where did they get all the money to do this?
 

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@Lara2,

Erdogan's palatial mansion would remind you of Ceuacescu's place in Romania.

Well you can buy stuff, but money cannot buy taste, that's for sure.

Many people are wealthy in Turkey now, so maybe the comparison is not so valid.

But STILL!

It is just obscene to me anyway. Where did they get all the money to do this?
Legal, honest business dealings with groups with an altruistic interest in the economy of Turkey.

Erdogan has proven to be a steadfast businessman. Surely his honest talk of humble living is being corrupted by enemies of the State.
 

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The Erdogans are behaving like the Kims in Pyongyang. Except using a differemt political ideology masked as a faith system.

Christopher Hitchens produced a book title that gets to the essence of the obscene immorality of the AKP & Erdogan. The title was "God is not great". Erdogan is yet another example of the deep immorality at the heart of one particular belief system. It can be used as the basis of some extremely dysfunctional behaviour.

Meanwhile there are experts declaring fatwas against Pokemon Go.
 

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Presumanly the world's most sensitive politician will now ban wikileaks from Turkey and launch legal cases to force wikileaks to stop revealing this information.

In the interim the rest of us have the option of donating to wikileaks to get up Erdogan's goat so to speak.

With the added benefit of assisting the advocates of Ataturk's republic.
 

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That article is very good. Mrs. Erdogan's advice to people on how they can get by by using up apple skins being particularly insightful. Whilst he was exploiting the refugee crisis for all it was worth, she was engaging in a heavy course of retail therapy.
 

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He's an odious character. One whom I suspect was not involved in the organisation of the coup but certainly has made the most of it, purging the judiciary with little media commentary. One suspects or rather fears, a move to Sharia law in a country often compared to the France of the East.
 

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The Erdogans might be high-expense hypocrites, but the maFFia party in Ireland have a soft spot for them.

Any chance of some expensive shirts in the wardrobe ? I suppose it reminds the FFailures of Squire Kinsealy.
 

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Things to look out for in the wikileaks pages....

Any possible mention of senior maFFia figues like the Drumcondra Ditherer, Mehole, (0(k roach, McUseless, Hanafinished, etc...
 

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That article is very good. Mrs. Erdogan's advice to people on how they can get by by using up apple skins being particularly insightful. Whilst he was exploiting the refugee crisis for all it was worth, she was engaging in a heavy course of retail therapy.
Sounds a bit like "Let them eat apple skins..."
 

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Presumanly the world's most sensitive politician will now ban wikileaks from Turkey and launch legal cases to force wikileaks to stop revealing this information.

In the interim the rest of us have the option of donating to wikileaks to get up Erdogan's goat so to speak.

With the added benefit of assisting the advocates of Ataturk's republic.
Turkey blocks Wikileaks over release of AK Party emails - News from Al Jazeera

Turkey blocks Wikileaks over release of AK Party emails. Officials downplay sensitivity of emails, adding block is only to protect MPs' privacy and phone numbers.

The internet authority said an "administrative measure" had been taken against Wikileaks, a generic term it uses on websites it blocks in Turkey.
https://www.rt.com/news/352211-turkey-blocks-access-wikileaks/

WikiLeaks tweeted advice for Turks trying to access the website. It told users that they can use a proxy or “any of our IPs https://141.105.65.113/akp-emails/ (confirm security exception) #Turkey.”
As night follows day, does a bear sh** in the woods and all that :D
 


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