Distorted: Firstly, the author actually distorts the context suitably for his study. The so-called “recent” speech is a speech made 4 years ago. And for the latter in terms of this so-called a whole scale competition between the Turkish bureaucracy and President Erdogan does not seem to hold a sound ground since most of the cast have been appointed by his leadership anyway. President Erdogan has been clearly and obviously in a struggle with the Gulenist cult and he does not wage a redemption against the rest of the bureaucrats.
Factual: One must think why each text of Foreign Policy starts with a striking title and continues with defamations and distortions. Can’t they simply analyze the relevant circumstances and leave the floor to the readers? Among most of the FP texts there are substantially ideological claims rather than scientific political analyses.