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Abdi İpekçi Quotes

Abdi İpekçi Quotes
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  • Victory requires some damage.
  • The only way out is Socialism.
  • The one who hits makes it explode, the one who plays makes it move.
  • The hero dies when he is idolized.
  • I believe in democratic socialism.
  • The way to protect press freedom is self-control.
  • Make such a constitution that it can never be violated again.
  • If the foundation is not solid, then existing methods are not sufficient.
  • This regime, which sweeps away freedoms, cannot make people happy.
  • AtaturkA characteristic aspect of is that it is anti-imperialist.
  • All revolutions eat their children. Because revolution is a work of force and force.
  • "Why did he die?" Don't ask. He died for tomorrow, for tomorrow to be lived freely.
  • Is this possible? Does brother shoot brother? Damn dictators. Will this world be left to you?
  • Ataturk always had a mentality in which the fundamental principles of science and common sense were the guide.
  • The days we live in show that it is not easy for strong leaders to leave politics, no matter how old they get.
  • Of course, new solutions, new formulas, new methods will be found. But on the condition that we preserve the rationalist mindset that Atatürk directed us in terms of path and direction.
  • Ataturk is not a man of doctrine. Kemalism is not a doctrinal thesis. Although it was electrical in its own genre, it introduced a system that was original for the 20th century.
  • It is the most advanced of Ataturk's reforms. In my opinion, there are two most advanced reforms. One is the alphabet reform, the other is women's entry into society and women's freedom.
  • I was using my vote as much as I could. I did not notice whether the law was in accordance with the constitution, whether the country was being led into a dictatorial regime, whether the state administration was being dragged into a single-party system.
  • As they have difficulty in dealing with the problems of the day with new ideas and the new methods and regulations of the state, they try to find solutions in the ways of the past instead of looking for solutions within them. These are the movements, thoughts and ideas we call reactionism.
  • No matter where politicians come from or what culture they come from, they have used and wanted to use the factor of religion, which is an effective element as a political weapon, as a matter of order of the society, under the name of science and politics.

İnönü Tells About Atatürk

  • in Anatolia Ataturk Oppositional publications are developing. There are even three-volume and four-volume ones. For example, the publications of a mentally ill doctor, Rıza Nur. He also expresses it in his writings, and if we read carefully, he is a mental patient. (p. 153)
  • “The Alphabet Revolution is the most advanced of Ataturk's Revolutions. In my opinion, there are two most advanced reforms: One is the alphabet revolution, and the other is women's entry into society and women's freedom. "I see these two farthest." (İsmet İnönü section)
  • A characteristic side of Atatürk is that he is anti-imperialist. (Sadi Irmak section)
  • Moreover, the man called Şeyh Sait had rebelled against the state before, years ago, in 1914, and when he realized that he would be captured by the force that came to suppress him, he Rus He took refuge in the Consulate and on the eve of the First World War Rusya He was a creature with a bad record, for whom it was proven that he was working. (Rauf Orbay section)

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