Turkey’s education ministry reportedly fires 15,200 for ties to failed coup

Turkey’s ministry of education announced Tuesday it sacked 15,200 personnel, including 1,577 university deans, for alleged involvement with a group the government claims plotted Friday’s deadly failed coup, in the latest mass crackdown against government workers there.

  • A lot of Gulen schools existed in Turkey.

    • ismiselemeas

      A lot of Gulen schools exist in the US. That’s where he’s making his money. Regardless, Anonymous are threatening to drop a trove of emails about the coup. I, for one, can’t wait.

    • xavier

      Which is Erogdan’so ultimate target. Remember Gulen’s the bogeyman and Erogodan’so goal is to reach Yemeni standards of education.

      We should ask the Europeans how their please to show moderation’so working out

  • simus1

    Sultan erdogan is a ” my guys need government jobs sort of guy.”
    Just because they are illiterate buffoons who can recite the koran from memory but believe the earth is flat is no reason to get all hoity toity when they start ruining things.
    My turkish favourite, Carlsberg Green Label is definitely in danger, not a good feeling.

  • Hard Little Machine

    The last 11,000 or Jews left should bolt. They will be blamed for this by Erdogan soon. A pogrom is coming.

  • ntt1

    This is at least the magnitude of firings of academics that would be required to reverse the cancer of the Frankfurt communists in western academe

  • Spatchcocked

    That foto of mein beleiben Fuhrer?
    Take the snot catcher moustache away…recede the hairline a bit and what is left is M Hollande!
    Coincidence? Don’t be bloody fools!

  • Spatchcocked

    Wake up people….wake up!

  • DMB

    I bet the Turkish ministry of education will include a trans gendered positive curriculum to match another corrupt and power hungry political leader.

    • k1962

      Looks like Pete Burns with Erdogan.

      • bverwey

        I think that’s Kiss singer Gene Simons on the left 🙂

  • xavier

    Good news!Greeks won’t extradite golpistes to Turkey


    Bet you the NATO countries’ spy services are interrogating the soldiers to get a better picture of what happened and get an understanding for the situation

  • bverwey

    Isn’t it odd that a list of some 1,557 university deans was at his finger tips?