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Martin Malik
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My name is Martin and this is my story. I travel because it is fun and a great way to continue self-education which enriches the worldview and opens my eyes to unnoticeable things, both in the distant countries and the closest ones. Let's get to know other cultures but let's also respect and defend our own.

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TECHNOLOGICAL PRISON WITH GLASS WALLS

My account has been blocked many times for publishing truth and conservative views.

Facebook is a leftist fortress, that truth defines as "hate speech", and common sense as "discrimination." It even happened that Facebook removed the post of pope emeritus Benedict XVI, because it was too conservative - but professionally speaking, it didn't meet the Facebook's "community standards".

In addition, Facebook regularly removes "likes" from right-wing websites and brings them down in search results. Facebook in theory "allows" to promote articles criticizing homosexual propaganda and anti-immigrant policies , but at the same time it does not promote them, because the number of visits in such posts is frozen.

The best known intelligence agencies in the world are: CIA, FBI, MI5, MOSSAD, KGB ..... Google and Facebook. By creating a Facebook account, you set up your own police file!

Think well before you give information about yourself on this important wing of the CIA. We live in times when it is not necessary to brutally interrogate "the enemies of the revolution", if there is a device thanks to which people willingly say what they have done, and even what they will do. Facebook knows who you are connected to; and if you are really naive, it also knows your family and your car registration number. To the secret services, Facebook is a dream come true.

Facebook is a mine that extracts information about you instead of coal, and makes money on your privacy. Really, there is no privacy anymore, and technology becomes more dangerous. As confirmed by Facebook's founder silence, I think that even if you delete your FB account, the info about you stays with them forever.

To those who doubt in "freedom of speech", I advise to learn how to fake your IP address. The first rule is that IP address does not travel with the user, although there are other ways. If someone is an "intolerant racist", and wants to write on FB that: English people are white and only white, that he doesn't want to transform Big Ben into a minaret, and that anus was designed only for toilet purposes, then it is better to post such comments outside of your address, because otherwise, as I have read: "the brave men in police uniforms have no problem in finding a delinquent who promotes an extremist material". This is not Communism by the way , but "progressive democracy".

In addition, Facebook is designed to be addictive. Its template quickly catches the eye, it lets people to complain about social and political matters, and those who feel lonely have their own communities on FB, so they don't feel that lonely anymore. Users are rewarded and punished, that's why they try to present themselves the best the can in the eyes of their communities. They unconsciously open the door to police, secret services, and foreign consulates issuing visas . FB and other social networking sites promote false, improved image of their own reality, for which they want to be admired and rewarded.

Dreams vs Reality- on social platforms.

Do not try to promote an improved image of yourselves on the internet, because you are chasing an unreal dream, which could become a terrible mental blow during the first brutal contact with reality.

Instead, I advise you to learn manual jobs which develop thinking and independence - (carpentry, construction, plumbing, herbology), so we don't end up with a generation of idiots, whose whole world ends with stupid selfies and Facebook likes.

Twitter is another Marxist platform led by Marxist trash; and that's why my Twitter account has been already suspended. Generally on Twitter, church and white people can be offended at will, but on the other hand criticism of homosexual movements and anti-liberal, non-globalist views lead to account suspension. I also noticed that especially quotes from the Bible, to Twitter are like salt in the eye.

When it comes to women, I advise them to learn how to bake cakes for their husbands, instead of flexing their buds on Instagram. Social media is also designed to outcast people from the real society, because people whose attention is constantly hijacked by tablets, smartphones and computers, do not have time to interact with real people.

“People will come to love their oppression, to adore the technologies that undo their capacities to think.”

— Aldous Huxley

Throw away your smartphone, and use cheap trashy phones without internet access, and use temporary SIM cards with them. After a week or two, burn them and use another disposable trashy phone. You will be safer and you will keep more privacy from the constantly stalking You eyes of the Big Brother. If several million people did it, smartphones would be free, on a condition of long contracts and internet connection. Stop wasting your life on pressing buttons on your smartphone that you don't even fully understand, and which have already taken over your freedom. Instead, talk to a living human being, have connection with the natural beauty, and your phone can be as primitive as possible.

In my point of view phone addiction is a dangerous disease of civilization

"Freedom of speech" on social media is not free, privacy is like golden dust, and officially it is neither Communism nor censorship, but "progressive democracy" based on total invigilation - through creating a pleasant and technically advanced concentration camp with glass walls!

"Believe nothing you hear, and only half the you see."

- Edgar Allan Poe

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Whilst travelling from the Christian remains of Constantinople and the ancient sands of Persia, through the Himalayas, the Great Wall of China and the dense jungles of Borneo, I realized that the world must have its order. Therefore despite my beautiful adventures and experiences I always remembered which culture I myself belonged to, and I also appreciated the beauty and values of our beautiful - White Christian civilization.

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Expedition to Turkey

By: Martin Malik

Expedition to Turkey

 

An introduction to my trip around Turkey, which is mistakenly seen only through the prism of Istanbul and the beaches on the south coast. I started my trip in Istanbul, but I focused my trip on East Turkey, which is informally called the Turkish Kurdistan.

 

I’ve been traveling around Turkey for a couple of weeks and although I spent 3 days in Istanbul, I’m not planning my trip in the Turkish Turkey but in the land of the Kurds, in the south-east of the country. It was nice to once again return to Asia, to see the monuments of the former Constantinople, go for a trip in the Bosphorus and once again go to the Grand Bazaar where I could feel the culture of Turkey. The bazaar is always the best way to interact with people, both with the Turks and with the huge Syrian diaspora.

I am writing about this because it is important for my readers to know that the monuments of Istanbul such as the Sultan Ahmet Mosque, Hagia Sophia and Topkapi Palace are the sights located on the worn-out trail of every visit to this city, but only contact with people truly allows to get to know the nature of the country. When I was admiring turkish carpets and colourful lanterns and when I had tea and bakhlava I felt what people thought of Turkey, the war in Syria and the Arab immigration to Turkey, which even Arabs call “crazy”.

Istanbul – the Bosphorus cruise.

The Turkish Kurdistan

After Istanbul I started my journey around the unofficial “Turkish Kurdistan” and as my base I chose the city of Van by the lake Van. It was clear that the locals were not accustomed to the sight of a foreign tourist but in my opinion it only added a big plus to the meaning of my adventure. Van was my base for a long time because I organized trips from there and then rested after the hardships of trips. I think the best monument there is the Van castle, built on the mountain about 4km outside of the city and overlooking the lake and the ancient mosque. Also very popular are white Van cats which always have one blue eye.

On my first trip outside of Van I went to the Akdamar church built on an island on lake Van, which was once the centre of the Armenian culture. Apart from sightseeing I swam in the lake, I ate fresh fish and spent the night on the beach in my tent. I also took an effort to travel on a board of an old truck to Hosap Castle, also built on the mountain but by the Ottomans. The Hosap Castle rises above the village, while below lies a Kurdish village and interesting rock formations. People were always very curious about me.

Akdamar church on lake Van.

I think however that the most valuable time in Turkish Kurdistan I spent in the Nemrut National Park where there is the second largest crater lake in the world at the altitude of 2247 above the sea level. I swam in a clean lake, I dived and enjoyed beautiful nature. Besides, I also spent time at a Kurdish picnic and with sheep shepherds in the mountains, with their dogs and donkeys. Being in Nemrut Park gave me the opportunity to experience the rural life in the Kurdish part of Turkey as I lived in a small Kurdish village.

On the way back I saw the tombs of the Seljuks in Ahlat dating from the 12th to the 15th centuries as well as the surrounding caves and rivers, and after the hardships of my expedition I rested in the town of Tatvan, which was my next convenient base by lake Van.

The view of Hasankeyf.

The Turkish-Kurdish conflict

After that I was on my way to Iraq but unfortunately I was arrested in Batman by militarized police. In the south – eastern Turkey the police are paranoid about soldiers and spies of the PKK and other organizations favouring the Kurds. They were not able to get their heads around the fact that someone could come to eastern Turkey as a tourist, and even more so to Iraq. Anyway, after a few hours I reached a very attractive tourist spot on a river called Hasankeyf. Hasankeyf also has an ancient town on top of the mountain, it has caves, very suspicious people, nervous cops and beautiful landscapes. This is where Turkey wants to build a dam to flood the entire region, but I think that it is a dirty Turkish political game against the Kurds. Hasankeyf has also a turbulent history connected to the Turkish-Kurdish conflict.

I think that in the next part of my trip I was followed because the supposedly casually met English speaking passengers. They asked me questions as if they knew me, or wanted to test my answers before letting me out of the country. There were numerous military police checkpoints and military bases in the desert, where I saw a lot of machine guns and armoured vehicles in strategic locations. There were a lot of questions and suspicions but I finally got to the sad city of Silopi, about 15km from the Iraqi border. I felt that I was in a war zone. The next day I got some Iraqi dinars and went to the border leaving Turkey behind.

A donkey in the mountains in Nemrut geopark.

On my way back from Iraq I’m going to the Kurdish centre in Turkey, to Diyarbakir, because it is cheaper to fly from there. But Diyarbakir is also known for propaganda of the unexpected brutal Kurdish revolt against the Turks, although I don’t want to think about it right now. For the time being I am in the Kurdish part of Iraq and I want to leave Iraq safely.

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