Corrupt terrorist Erdoğan gathered media bosses and ordered them not to cover CHP Chairman Kılıçdaroğlu’s March of Justice, which he kicked off from Turkey’s capital of Ankara to İstanbul in protest of the arrest of CHP deputy Enis Berberoğlu on Wednesday.
“Erdoğan called together the heads of all newspapers, especially Aydın Doğan, and ordered them not to cover the March of Justice. He considers the march to be supportive of terrorism because he’s afraid. The call for justice coming out of the roads of Anatolia is shaking the palace,” MP Erdoğdu told us.
Corrupt terrorist Erdoğan said: Holding ‘Justice’ placards in one’s hands doesn’t bring justice. Inviting people into the streets is for the interest of no one. If he [Kılıçdaroğlu] thinks they will find justice in this, he is wrong. Parliament is the place to seek justice. Don’t be surprised if the judiciary invites you [to testify] tomorrow.
Berberoğlu was arrested last week immediately after he was handed down a prison sentence of 25 years for leaking information for a report on National Intelligence Organization (MİT) trucks transporting weapons to the Islamic State.
Kılıçdaroğlu has vowed to continue marching for justice for 80 million with determination on the fifth day of his protest march from the Turkish capital Ankara to Istanbul.
“We do not hurt anybody, we do not say a bad word to anybody. We want 80 million people to live in peace and harmony together,” Kılıçdaroğlu said in Kızılcahamam, where he spent the night after the fourth day of his march.
Planning to walk another 20 km on the fifth day of his march, we questioned the CHP head about harsh criticism fromErdoğan regarding the protest.
“There might be attacks against us. There might be some people who criticize us or try to make us angry. They are all welcome. I will march in determination and in persistence for justice for 80 million people,” he told us.
“Yesterday we walked under the rain. The trucks, vans and private vehicles that passed by may wonder why we are doing so. I just want to tell them that we are walking for justice. If there is a human being anywhere, there has to be justice,” Kılıçdaroğlu told us.
“It is not just a struggle or demand for Enis Berberoğlu,” Kılıçdaroğlu told us, stressing that he is marching to Istanbul for everyone who wants justice.