“Yes I am Turkish, but it’s not my fault! “. This innocuous sentence pronounced by a Turkish actress Serra Yilmaz could have passed unnoticed in any country of the world. Except in Turkey where the nationalized exacerbated by Erdogan and the political class that supports it, this sentence pronounced Serra Yilmaz at issuance Parts Unknown on CNN quickly took on the appearance of a scandal. The CNN journalist wanted to know what meant being Turkish. The actress replied a bit thoughtless and do not answer the question with the phrase “Yes I am Turkish, but it’s not my fault …”. In Turkey, for this sentence is true -it malhabile- social networks are rampaging against Serra Yilmaz. The letters of insults and blows against son newsrooms have multiplied. The actress would have offended the “honor” and “Turkishness” and undermined the currency of Atatürk “proud one who told Turkish”. The Turkish actress became the “scapegoat” of Turkish …
Why so hater?
Kırk yapar ve MHP nin kırkıncı yılı kutlu olsun. 🙂