June 2013 Protests in Turkey Wikipedia
Most foreigners are passionate about their country of origin - following the news, Skyping with, or calling family, and returning home as time permits or permanently.
The Super of my apartment building is a man named Sal - short for a long Turkish name - but that's what everyone calls him. Sometimes, when I visit his apartment, he's watching Satellite TV live from Turkey ... and you can see his soul connection. Though his children have grown up here in Brooklyn, he and his wife plan to retire part-time to their home in Turkey, when he turns 60 in 4 years.
2011 was the year many people talked about earthquakes. On August 23rd, during the 5.8 Virginia earthquake - Sal and his wife were stranded at JFK airport on their way back to Turkey to visit family. Two months later, on October 23, he and I talked about the 7.1 Van earthquake close to where his family lives. Earthquakes in Turkey
Tuesday I visited Sal to talk about the political situation in Turkey today as it could lead to a civil war - a growing theme with oppressed people across the globe who quest for freedom. Sal spoke about the people of his country hating the Islamic run government and how their freedoms have been taken away. Though he would like to see the government ousted, he felt the regime is too powerful and will put an end to the protests. This is not just a regional problem but something that faces the entire nation. In the past he may have been right, but in end times - anything goes.
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