A Turki bursts crying and threatens Erdogan: “We will hold you...

Ankara (Echo):

A video clip circulating today, Tuesday, showed a Turkish citizen attacking the President of his country, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, indicating that the Turks are suffering from poverty due to the policies of his government.

And the Turkish citizen exploded, crying as he asked a TV presenter during an interview on the street: “Have you ever only ate bread? Did you only eat bread and yogurt? ”

The citizen added, “There is no money in the pockets of citizens. I tell them, put your hands on your conscience, can you sleep at night comfortably?”

He continued: “We will hold them accountable on the Day of Resurrection, because I am not a person without honor. I do not have a pound and a half in my pocket to buy bread.”

He concluded by saying, “I wish with every tear that shed from me to burn in hell. I am 52 years old. I have never cried before, I will not tolerate my right.”

It is noteworthy that many Arab countries have recently witnessed popular calls to boycott Turkish goods and products and stop importing them due to the hostile speech of President Erdogan.

The Kingdom comes from the most prominent of these countries, which in recent months witnessed a popular campaign that reached its peak in recent weeks, due to the citizens ’rejection of the systematic campaign against their country, in official statements by the Turkish media.

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