Erdogan emails: Turkey blocks access to WikiLeaks after release of 300,000 secret government emails

The Telecommunications Communications Board, Turkey’s Internet watchdog, said it had taken an “administrative measure” against the website – a term it commonly uses when blocking access to sites.

As many as 294,548 emails regarding Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s AKP Party were published in response to the Ankara government’s widespread post-coup purges, despite an orchestrated cyberattack on the WikiLeaks website.

turkey-securityUpdated: Fallout after coup continues as Turkey revokes 21,000 teachers’ licences

  • Our NATO ally…

    • Alain

      And courted as a future EU member…..

      • FactsWillOut

        Give it a few years. Turkey will be the sole EU member state.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Well, at least we now know where Putin stands on Erdogan, if we didn’t before.

  • pdxnag

    When it comes time to actually begin expelling the Muslim invaders from Europe is this sort of what it will look like? With so many Islamists running loose no small measure will suffice.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    When WikiLeaks spills our state secrets, it is a despicable operation. When it spills Turkey’s secrets, not so much.

  • Mal

    “Updated: Fallout after coup continues as Turkey revokes 21,000 teachers’ licences.”
    I dunno; Erdogan might be onto something there…

    • xavier


      Actually no. Not in Turkey’s case.The teachers were the second pillar for secularism after the military

      • Mal

        I understand, Xavier. Thanks, though.
        I was thinking more along the lines of the TDSB…

        • xavier

          Yup understand. Teachers aren’the always the bad guys 😀

          • Alain

            How about replacing teachers with teachers unions. at least that is how it works here. Still due to where they were trained, I find the majority of Canadian teachers totally indoctrinated with the Left’s agenda.

  • mauser 98

    Erdo…call Hill