Frontier Former Editor

September 23, 2007

Another reason why the Turkish ban on WordPress makes absolutely no damned sense

Filed under: censorship, culture, food, Turkish Court Bans Wordpress.com, Turkish cuisine — Tags: — Frontier Former Editor @ 3:35 pm

The blog Benim Mutfagim absolutely wowed me. Now, while it’s easily to grab any man’s attention with food, the sheer beauty and deliciousness of this blog points straight to a core concern with Adnan Oktar’s maneuvers for the Turkish court ban on WordPress.com.

Basic elements of life are where we find the common bonds among humanity. If a religious fanatic/charlatan/huckster can seal off such blogs from Turkish view or even chop off Turkish blogs from continued contact with us, what does this say about those who would claim diivine guidance.

If one man would prevent thousands or even millions from breaking bread – even electronically – just how spiritual is he?

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1 Comment »

  1. Wow, now that is some quality food porn.

    Since I’m watching my diet, and am too lazy to e-translate the recipe, I’m pretending it’s made from dog hair and street dust.

    Still, I’d take a bite.

    Comment by The Bagel of Everything — September 23, 2007 @ 6:38 pm


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