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Turkey is currently well on it's method to becoming a full-on tyrannical dictatorship. Cenk Uygur and also John Iadarola, hosts of The Young Turks, review. Tell us just what you believe in the remark area listed below.

" A slim majority of Turkish voters settled on Sunday to provide sweeping powers to their head of state, in a watershed minute that the country's resistance fears might cement a system of authoritarian regulation within among the crucial power brokers of the Center East.

With almost 99 percent of votes in a vote counted on Sunday night, supporters of the proposal had 51.3 percent of votes cast, and opponents had 48.7 percent, the country's selecting commission introduced.

The result will certainly take days to validate, and the primary resistance event claimed it would require a recount of regarding 37 percent of ballot boxes, containing around 2.5 million votes.

But on Sunday night the result was currently a political fact, as Head of state Recep Tayyip Erdogan hailed his triumph in front of a group of supporters in Istanbul. "We are passing one of the most essential governmental reform of our background," he said." *.

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      +Philotical
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  2. Posted by Preem, at Reply

    Cenk will freely criticize Turkey now but deny the Armenian genocide… makes sense?

    • Posted by The Persian Atheist, at Reply

      Salty Admiral I do care actually. We have Armenians in Iran who talk about it and it is a major part of their history. You want to look the other way because you’re a beta TYT fanboy.

    • Posted by The Persian Atheist, at Reply

      OutlawRebel117 Except that you will never produce facts. lol

    • Posted by Muhh macht die Kuh, at Reply

      Natürlich. Lang lebe Sultan Erdogan the first

    • Posted by Raptor, at Reply

      Alex da Vinci He denied Armenian genocide twice in 2 different articles, the articles he referenced here:
      https://tytnetwork.com/2016/04/22/rescinding-daily-pennsylvanian-article/
      HE HAS NEVER SINCE ADMITTED THAT THE GENOCIDE DID INDEED HAPPEN, he simply says:
      “I am going to refrain from commenting on the topic of the Armenian Genocide, which I do not know nearly enough about.”
      This statement speaks volumes about his current position on the issue. He isn’t willing to acknowledge a historical fact, for whatever reason.
      His position on Armenian genocide RIGHT NOW is comparable to republican stance on climate change.

  3. Posted by Jack Rando, at Reply

    Is TYT Fake News. ( spoiler: Yes)

    • Posted by Mark, at Reply

      yeah, but we already know those things

    • Posted by Jack Rando, at Reply

      +dlancer2k real news. hahaha fool

    • Posted by Anon Royale, at Reply

      Anyone who goes to TyT for news are ignorant. you should go to them for the progressive perspective , it’s a talk show.

  4. Posted by Documentaries, at Reply

    He wants to become the new Sultan of the Ottoman Empire.

    • Posted by batshitcrazy007, at Reply

      Don The Con why prefer any of them?

    • Posted by The Libtard Cuckservative, at Reply

      I feel sorry for Turkey. Kemal Ataturk will be crawlng in his grave his entire legacy has been KILLED and his secularization of the nation has failed.

    • Posted by Gustav The Mad, at Reply

      I guess he’ll commit another genocide against non Muslim.

    • Posted by strogg2, at Reply

      I think he was one of the greatest man in this world but thx to erdogan the Turkey is turning into a shithole and unfortunately half of the turks are brainwashed coz of the manipulated media and the most citizens are uneducated and believe in the medias easily

  5. Posted by Savage-American Imperialist, at Reply

    Hey, Cenk, you should tell your audience what history your country teaches the children. You know, denying the atrocities committed by the… YOUNG TURKS. Come on, brown bastard, tell them!

    • Posted by Gustav The Mad, at Reply

      Cenk will never answer this question: Did the Armnian Genocide happen, Yes or No?

    • Posted by Melanoma Trump, at Reply

      Cenk retracted that genocide thing some time ago Trump trash This is what he said (looking down).

      Today, I rescind the statements I made in my Daily Pennsylvanian article from 1991 entitled, “Historical Fact of Falsehood? When I wrote that piece, I was a 21 year-old kid, who had a lot of opinions that I have since changed. Back then I had many political positions that were not well researched. For example, back in those days I held a pro-war rally for the Persian Gulf War. Anyone who knows me now knows that I am a very different person today.

      I also rescind the statements I made in a letter to the editor I wrote in 1999 on the same issue. Back then I had a very different perspective and there were many things that I did not give due weight. On this issue, I should have been far, far more respectful of so many people who had lost family members. Their pain is heart-wrenching and should be acknowledged by all.

      My mistake at the time was confusing myself for a scholar of history, which I most certainly am not. I don’t want to make the same mistake again, so I am going to refrain from commenting on the topic of the Armenian Genocide, which I do not know nearly enough about.

      Thank you for being patient with me on this issue, though I might not have always merited it.

    • Posted by Gustav The Mad, at Reply

      +Melanoma Trump Zero acknowledgement of the genocide. A non-retraction retraction, soft denial is still denial.

  6. Posted by superfinevids, at Reply

    Maybe Turkey and the US aren’t so different after all… both rig there elections for right wing candidates.

    • Posted by presipition, at Reply

      mark haas your secular champion of the constitution keeps braking the law (conflict of interest, bombing a country without congress, overstepping his executive duties with complete disregard of the juridical system) basically trump shits on our constitution daily

    • Posted by g13iceman, at Reply

      mark haas haha, trump a secular champion for the constitution lololol. thanks for that laugh

    • Posted by Jacob Worsley, at Reply

      Jesus J. N

    • Posted by Florian Geheim, at Reply

      Electoral college has been there for hundreds of years lmao, thats no rigging

  7. Posted by JoeKickass324, at Reply

    this last 5 year been crazy, South Korean president corrupt, Philippines president killing citizens, Putin taking over crimea, Assad Killing Citizens, Isis Bombing Europe, Turkey President becoming a dictator, Kim jong Un Testing more nuclear bombs and the greatests one of all president orange orangutan.

    • Posted by Claystead, at Reply

      +Telma Elma
      Oh, yes, obviously the West decided to import the very same ISIS they are fighting against, to take over the territories controlled by the rebels the West support. And in case you haven’t forgotten, Russia and Iran also want to build a pipeline through Syria.

    • Posted by Linda Sayers, at Reply

      divinuminfernum if

    • Posted by Simon B, at Reply

      JoeKickass324 allegations against Assad are false and the people of Crimea genuinely want to join Russia 👌

    • Posted by Jill Young, at Reply

      Simon B, I honestly can’t tell, are you mocking Russian trolls, or are you one?

    • Posted by Simon B, at Reply

      Jill Young Well then let me back up both:
      1) Assad is going through the same BS allegations Saddam went through in 2003 and north Vietnam went through in 1964 (gulf of Tolkien).
      2) eastern Ukrainians, including those in Crimea are largely pro-Russian and have been throughout the war. Where as western Ukraine is anti-Russian. This hardly amounts to a take-over though as the majority of the population want it. Think of it this way, US military bases in South Korea are unanimously welcomed by South Koreans as they deter North Korea and China from attacking. But pro-North Korean countries could view the North Koreans as the half of the Korean Peninsula that isn’t under foreign occupation and US bases in the south as “taking over”

  8. Posted by Jekyll Hyde, at Reply

    *TYT Trying To Cover Up The Manhunt Of A Black Serial Killer… TYT Such Propaganda Hacks… One Second TYT Is Sticking Up For ISIS But Now Has A Problem With Turkey Mhmmm….Let’s See If TYT Does Plenty Of Videos On This Real Rigged Election In Turkey Like All The Made Up Ones They’re Claiming In USA Election For 9 Months Now With 0 Facts To Back It Up Tho… Mhmmm*

    *TYT You’re Sad Failed Conspiracy Theorists That Push Out Very Fake Propaganda “News”*

    • Posted by The Persian Atheist, at Reply

      +Sean Ryan Just search “The Persian Atheist” on YouTube. TYT and their fangirls hate me..lol

    • Posted by AgentDearestZ, at Reply

      Jekyll Hyde how are they covering up the serial killer?

    • Posted by AgentDearestZ, at Reply

      +Jekyll Hyde i love how violent you get for a simple question. His face is plastered everywhere, and his race is so obvious in the thumbnail. If this upsets you that you insult anyone that even tries to talk to you, maybe you need time away from the internet.

  9. Posted by PKNHET, at Reply

    Was the American Election Rigged by Russia? (Spoiler: Probably Not)

    • Posted by Stewiehleba, at Reply

      Considering Hilary pushed for all out invasion of Syria and attacking over hacking, you can imagine why Russia preferred Trump.

    • Posted by TheLumberjack1987, at Reply

      and the russians were stupid enough to believe Trump the con man, says a lot about how smart Putin is…

    • Posted by jemimallah, at Reply

      interesting thing to post on a channel which has never claimed it was

    • Posted by Trine Burger, at Reply

      Is the American people being duped by Weapons of Mass Deception? (Spoiler: definitely yes)

  10. Posted by Pranay, at Reply

    Turkey Should get kicked out of NATO it was a mistake to let them in.

    • Posted by sack smacker, at Reply

      Sandernista There isn’t much stability in Europe now with corrupt/bought governments, the migrant crisis and the coming destruction of the EU (something TYT strongly support but also saying they’re against the establishment) Then everyone is so shocked far-right parties are getting more support. Erdogan is anti western and wants the destruction of Europe just as much as the globalists and ISIS want it.

    • Posted by IshtarNike, at Reply

      Pranay Do you really think NATO cares about democracy and human rights? Come on!

  11. Posted by hoda ahmad, at Reply

    Morons bring up the Armenian genocide like they actually care about the victims

    • Posted by Áine, at Reply

      If it’s not an excuse to troll in a TYT comment section, then they probably go on racist rampages about Armenians otherwise.

    • Posted by Florian Geheim, at Reply

      Morons bring up the Jewish genocide like they actually care about the victims

  12. Posted by silvano novalis, at Reply

    The sad fact is that many young Turks in Germany voted in favor of the referendum. Imagine voting for an emerging dictatorship as a free Turk in Germany!

    • Posted by swanpride, at Reply

      Time to stop double citizenship and special Visa agreements.

    • Posted by Florian Geheim, at Reply

      +KAWAII OBAMA
      Please stop lying. Turks in germany get the dual citizenship.

    • Posted by Orlando Eeckhout, at Reply

      Belgium was nr1 (77,1%), Germany (62,8%)

  13. Posted by Jayz Gucci, at Reply

    Erdogan is a Typical Leftist ISLAMIST spreading Chaos in the world
    they want Islam to takeover Europe and Kill Christians

    • Posted by Jarnauga, at Reply

      I live in Germany and I dont know anyone who would call Erdogan anything else than a right winger. He is a Muslim, it would be leftist of him to be open to other religions than Islam, like Christianity. Also who on the left is pro Islamic Fundamentalism? They are just against painting all muslims as terrorists. And how the hell can fundamental Islamists be on the left, the left includes beeing for a secular state and tollerating different religions.

    • Posted by trier2123241243, at Reply

      are you mentally challenged, name one left wing policy he has. Do you know what the religious right means. take your revisionist bullshit elsewhere

    • Posted by Jayz Gucci, at Reply

      trier2123241243 No right wing Party in US or Europe accepts Islamic Fundamentalism
      only Left wing party does
      Democrats recently voted for Sharia Law in Montana
      it’s Not Revisionist! it’s a #Fact the Left is in bed with Islamists

    • Posted by Jarnauga, at Reply

      In a christian based country a right wing party is anti Islam. In a Muslim country a right wing party is obviously pro Islam and anti other religions. How is that so hard do understand.
      And the democratic party of the US is not really a left wing party, its in the middle with a lean to the right with some politicians. The Republicans range from the middle do the right. With some idiots bringing religion into discussions about abortion or marriage. That is christian fundamentalism. the right wing in christian countries are in part christian fundamentalists and in islamic countries they are mostly islamic fundamentalists.

  14. Posted by La Tricoteuse, at Reply

    Don’t worry Cenk, the rest of the West does think the US’s electoral system is a joke and undemocratic.

    The EU gave, I think, 30 points​ to Turkey they had to change or work on to be considered for membership, from all of them the only one they accomplished was banning the death penalty, now you’ve Erdogan talking about bringing it back. I can’t really blame the EU for permanently foot-dragging the issue.

    • Posted by Safwat Karim, at Reply

      Not hater its true.

    • Posted by FO cast, at Reply

      Don’t forget that Turkey occupies land from other EU nations and also is practicing cartographic aggression with *all* of her neighbours. All EU nations can veto Turkey’s application, and Bulgaria, Greece, and Cyprus will obviously veto it due to Turkey occupying their traditional territory and committing horrible atrocities against them that haven’t been forgotten. It is just a game, like Cenk said.

  15. Posted by The Chosen One, at Reply

    Fat Cenk loves Erdogan and both of them deny the Armenian Genocide.

    • Posted by Vanessthebest, at Reply

      Cenk retracted that genocide thing some time ago troll. This is what he said (looking down).

      Today, I rescind the statements I made in my Daily Pennsylvanian article from 1991 entitled, “Historical Fact of Falsehood? When I wrote that piece, I was a 21 year-old kid, who had a lot of opinions that I have since changed. Back then I had many political positions that were not well researched. For example, back in those days I held a pro-war rally for the Persian Gulf War. Anyone who knows me now knows that I am a very different person today.

      I also rescind the statements I made in a letter to the editor I wrote in 1999 on the same issue. Back then I had a very different perspective and there were many things that I did not give due weight. On this issue, I should have been far, far more respectful of so many people who had lost family members. Their pain is heart-wrenching and should be acknowledged by all.

      My mistake at the time was confusing myself for a scholar of history, which I most certainly am not. I don’t want to make the same mistake again, so I am going to refrain from commenting on the topic of the Armenian Genocide, which I do not know nearly enough about.

      Thank you for being patient with me on this issue, though I might not have always merited it.

    • Posted by The Chosen One, at Reply

      Regardless of how idiotic it was to even deny it in the first place, he still doesn’t admit it happened in that retractment.

  16. Posted by EMPIRE STRIKES BACK, at Reply

    What a shame for the beautiful and democratic turkey to fall into dictatorship and fascism! This is an insult to the spirit of father of Turkey Kamal Ataturk.

    • Posted by Naod08, at Reply

      Turkey was never a full democracy.
      That is why Erdogan got so much power in the first place.
      The (Now) Old constitution was introduced by the Military Dictatorship from the 1989’s and had many repressive laws in it.
      And the Governments(that are now the opposition) after the Military Dictatorship loved those repressive laws as they were the ones in power.
      Now that they are not in power anymore, they suddenly hat it.

  17. Posted by El John, at Reply

    Let’s admit Erdogan survived that coup like a boss. That was badass even though he’s a scumbag.

    • Posted by Abu Waheeb, at Reply

      El John that’s because he has mass support across the country which white people and islamaphobes can’t accept

    • Posted by El John, at Reply

      +Abu Waheeb he’s still an authoritarian though

    • Posted by Abu Waheeb, at Reply

      +El John the point is he has legitimate support Turkey is heading towards like Putins Russia

    • Posted by El John, at Reply

      +Roble Yusuf Ok cool I wasn’t aware of facts like that