Turkish Minority's reaction to Bakoyannis does not stop
While minority institutions and organizations reacted harshly to Dora Bakoyannis, who openly threatened the Turks of Western Thrace in front of the cameras because of her political preferences, the kinsmen continue to express their reactions, especially through social media.
Expressing that she is 26 years old on her social media account, a Western Thrace Muslim Turkish girl named Esma shouts to Bakoyannis the hardships and sufferings of Western Thrace Turks with her exemplary reaction.
While our compatriot named Esma reveals the economic difficulties experienced, education, religion, language and other problems with her unique style, she expresses her reaction to Bakoyannis by revealing the realities in the region.
Esma's social media post is as follows:
“When I look at this photo, I think of the girls there. It's time to work for tobacco and maybe they just got back from the field. They are seated there just to give a nice view at noon when they are tired.
It is necessary to ask these people who claim to do many things for the minority.
Are there any children in any other part of Greece who have to work from an early age because their families cannot make ends meet?
I am 26 years old, I have been working since I was 8 years old, I have never had a summer vacation. What did they do for this?
If the necessary attention was paid to those dealing with tobacco, cotton and animal husbandry, whose livelihoods became difficult over the years, would the children have to "forced" help their families?
Would all these families have had to immigrate abroad?
Would our schools be closed one by one?
While we, as a society, have been experiencing the greatest disappointments for years, when we are the ones who are targeted with the language he speaks, the headscarf he wears, and those who are insulted because of the vote he has cast, what disappointment can a minister or a deputy talk about?
They told the young people that they were not loved and that a good future awaited them, instead of giving them hope.
Should this be the style and sentences chosen by someone who claims to love us by saying, 'Not everyone in Athens likes the minority like me'?