From squeezing oranges to sending back cows, here see Turkey’s innovative ways to protest against Netherlands

March 19, 2017, 7:18 pm
From squeezing oranges to sending back cows, here see Turkey’s innovative ways to protest against Netherlands
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From squeezing oranges to sending back cows, here see Turkey’s innovative ways to protest against Netherlands

From squeezing oranges to sending back cows, here see Turkey’s innovative ways to protest against Netherlands

As diplomatic spat between Turkey and Netherlands worsens, Turkish people have found many innovative and fresh ways to show their resentment against the Dutch government.

Leaving aside all clichés of a protest, the supporters of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erodgan prove that the symbolic ones can go miles than usual loud voices.

Protesters stabbed oranges and squeezed it, in the best possible way to provoke Dutch citizens who are very much fond of orange, the country’s national colour.

Turkish protesters targeted the fruit in front of international media sending harsh messages to the Netherlands.

The protest has gone viral on social media.

After the Dutch government denied Turkish ministers hold rallies in their territory, Turkey’s red meat association has also announced that it will deport a consignment of Dutch catttle.

The association said the Dutch cattles “started to cause serious problems” adding that “in future they do not want animal products from Holland”.

The head of association Bulent Tunc said that the move was symbolic.

Turkish ministers, including President, have also embarked on accusing the rivals of ‘Nazi’ agendas.

Erdogan hurled the word at Netherlands and at Germany which came in support of the European country.

The Twitter, meanwhile, bore the brunt of the feud as twitter accounts of several celebrities were hacked.

BBC North America, the European Parliament, Amnesty International and pop singer Justin Bieber’s Japanese account are some of the accounts hijacked following the fight.