Monday, July 12, 2010

Youtube banned in turkey

Hi all

I am very upset that the country i am in now (turkey) has banned youtube.
This has made blogging at the moment difficult and affront to freedom of speech.
I believe that freedom of speech via the internet should be available in every country.
There's no way Turkey will ever be allowed to join the EU if the don't follow simple democratic values.

If you are in turkey and would like to voice your concerns please reply to this post.

Over and out Matt Rate this posting:


Anonymous said...

This shows how far the few in power ar willing to go for limiting freedom of information.

This is a sad day :(

Anonymous said...

coincidence that Turkey also has one of the most remarkable histories of ufo sightings?

ST said...

I visited Qatar a few months ago and realized a few websites were banned there also. One way to get around this is to make an account at and download the aol web browser that you have to log in to use and connect. its easy.

Anonymous said...


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