The board of management of The Chamber of Veterinary Surgeons, Istanbul made a call to the cats: “Keep away from the electric transformers!”

The writing on the caps: “All kinds of blackmail, montage and sabotage about electricity is our business”

This call is not a joke, I mean it. But it is very funny and I am holding myself to not laugh.:)

30 March 2014, after the power outage which occurred during the local elections in Turkey, Turkey’s Energy and Natural Resources Minister said “the cats have entered transformers,” as explanation.

After the three-hour outage, the votes of the AKP (R.T. Erdogan ruling party) had risen especially in the capital city Ankara. 7 June 2015, this sunday, there will be the general election in Turkey. And there is a doubt in the mind of the people of Turkey: What if it will be outage again? So, there are doubts about election security.

Various organizations and opposition parties again has made call about “the entry of the cats to transformers” in different ways. For example, 5 days ago, main opposition party CHP leader Kemal Kılıcdaroglu made a call to its voters:
“If there will be outage again, you sit on the ballot box until the electricity came back.”

At last, The Chamber of Veterinary Surgeons, Istanbul made a call to the cats.

The text of the call to the cats as following:

We warn our cats friends; we will reconsider our friendship again if the same thing would happen.

Yes, we chose this profession because we love you.

Until today, we’re served you without making discrimination that you are Van cat, Iran cat, tabby cat or stray cat.

Whenever you need to us in day or night, we have been with you.

Yes,

You’ve doomed us to yourself,
with your beautiful colors which reminds us this country,
with your unique eyes which reminds us blue seas,
with your mumbling which is more beautiful than the lullaby.

However, we warn you;

In this important election that will determine the future of this country,

You do not make the acts which will be the reason of disappointment for the millions who will vote with the hopes of fraternal and welfare.
You do not make the acts which will be plunged the citizens into darkness.

Keep away from the electric transformers.

Otherwise, we will reconsider our friendship again.

Tomorrow, when you will come in front us with the reasons “I get sick, my vaccines time has came, or I will breed” with saying meow meow, you don’t be embarrassed.

The statement is funny and providing thought. Already, I do not know, if the people of Turkey do not holding the humor, what would happen. 🙂

the news link:
http://www.birgun.net/haber-detay/veterinerlerden-kedilere-trafo-uyarisi-milyonlari-hayal-kirikligina-ugratmayin-82152.html

caps link:

http://akademikfikir.com/elektrik-capsleri.html

Oh Nestle, what would we do without you?

You definitely made a right choice, dear ars. As an sample; the some workers of Nestle factory in Turkey are on strike for last one year. The reason for the strike: The 28 workers who got fired, want to be rehired. The strike beginning date, 25 June 2014, these workers actually did not accept the imposed contract. However, Nestle gave justification for dismissal, “The states which do not conform to morality and good faith, and etc” as reason; and fired them. The workers did protest in front of the Swiss embassy but failed to resound in mainstream media. The workers began a hunger strike on April 20, 2015. Hunger strike ended day on 23 May. However, resistance continues. Because, they couldn’t get back their rights. And two days ago, police intervention was made.19 Nestle workers were taken into custody.
Here it is related video.
http://haber.sol.org.tr/video/nestle-fabrikasi-isten-attigi-iscilere-polisi-saldirtti-118437
As a result Nestle is a food monopoly. As much as it sets it’s eye on this planet water sources, it doesn’t care labor. Until the workers will be union all over the world, this will continue in this way.
And this following link belong to Turk-Food-Work union web page. Nestle workers resistance can be viewed.
http://www.tekgida.org.tr/Bildiri-Ve-Haberler/Etiket/Nestle