Turkish Ground Troops Invade Syria.

Re: Turkish Ground Troops Invade Syria.

Postby Americalex » Apr 09, 2018 7:03 pm

Humanists will ever cooperate with their historical sponsor, Ottoman Islam, after all they owe it their allegiance.
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Re: Turkish Ground Troops Invade Syria.

Postby Fat Tony » Apr 09, 2018 8:30 pm

https://travel.gc.ca/destinations/turkey

^Travel advisory - these are regularly updated for various reasons. Eighty persons of interest from Eighteen countries. Do you suppose Canada is one of those countries? It is a fact Turkey has pressed returning ex patriate Turkish Canadians into military service in past eras. Again this was often par for the course for various countries. They would not be above 'clandestine extradition' esp. with a pliable gov't in Ottawa.
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Re: Turkish Ground Troops Invade Syria.

Postby Windwalker » Apr 11, 2018 11:03 pm

liveuamap wrote:British parliament should be given a say on any military action PM May wants to take in response to suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria, UK opposition leader Corbyn says


Lols, I like that the proprietors of this website gave this "Corbyn" puke a red action-symbol on the update map, as if he were a member of the Syrian Regime and/or a Soviet unit.

"Lets obstruct the government from saving babies from a searingly painful death by chemical asphyxiation so I can have a power-trip with my political opposition!" inferred some ass-hole in England that probably has a Soviet spy for a lover.

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There actually IS a time and place for emotionalism, like when brutal dictators intentionally murder babies just to get a reaction.

I suppose if emotionalism is your motus operatum, it could become confusing when and where it is actually appropriate. I shouldn't be too harsh on someone who obviously compromised their own personal moral compass long ago to gain power, they are probably to the point where their brain doesn't comprehend the difference anymore.
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Re: Turkish Ground Troops Invade Syria.

Postby Windwalker » Apr 13, 2018 2:22 pm

Americalex wrote:Humanists will ever cooperate with their historical sponsor, Ottoman Islam, after all they owe it their allegiance.


That actually might be a good explanation for why around 95% of the bombs the RuAF has dropped on Syria was into neighborhoods inhabited by Syria's dwindling Christian enclaves.

Putin bowing to Erdogon though? I doubt it. Probably more like Putin trying to back-door absorb Constantinople into a "Soviet Empire 2.0" so he can restore their historical Capital.

Afterall, the government in Moscow represents the lest vestige of the Byzantine Empire... and dipstick jhadhis like the leaders in Iran and fools like Assad are dumb enough to trust them. They will ultimately betray anyone who sides with them for short term gain, just as they did to destroy themselves back in the day when they betrayed the Crusader States and alsmost precipitated the disappearance of the West. Getting in bed with Putin is the equivalent of sleeping in a bed full of hungry vipers.
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Re: Turkish Ground Troops Invade Syria.

Postby Windwalker » May 16, 2018 4:07 am

I am starting to get the feeling that Turkey's momentum has stalled-out completely in Idlib. Their coalition with the local Turkman auxiliary forces there appears to be starting to fracture, and their attempt to negotiate a peaceable handover (via Russia) of a primary approach to Aleppo was probably either a fool's errand on Eredrogon's part, or was some sort of intentional stalling technique.

No matter why it started, the stall does seem to have created an environment there for a robust insurgency, particularly considering the YPG is in-bedded in much of the mechanisms and largely enjoys operational permissiveness (and potential cooperation) from most of the local population. Turkey needs to (somehow) really crack-down hard on their own troops that are starting to fracture, and continue to utilize their air-superiority to and battlefield intelligence if they don't want to see the region devolve into gallery where people can take free pop-shots at troops and equipment with Turkish Army insignia. But alas, things like that are never that simple, too many of the fighters there have been fighting for years already and there are 100 agendas for every 1000 Troops... dissension and infighting are probably just part of the culture for a lot of them at this point, only way to really prevent it in such an eclectic environment is to push forward against a larger common enemy.
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Re: Turkish Ground Troops Invade Syria.

Postby Fat Tony » Jun 06, 2018 11:43 pm

Unfortunately Haaretz retreated behind a paywall.
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Re: Turkish Ground Troops Invade Syria.

Postby Fat Tony » Jun 25, 2018 9:12 pm

There has got to be something nasty going on in the region. The media blackout is nearly 100% & has been for some time.
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Re: Turkish Ground Troops Invade Syria.

Postby Americalex » Jun 26, 2018 9:22 am

Ergodan just got re-elected, how long can this facade of being a "NATO ally" be maintained? Knowing that NATO is run by humanists who view Turkey as their historical sponsor, the answer is "indefinitely".
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Re: Turkish Ground Troops Invade Syria.

Postby Windwalker » Jun 28, 2018 9:35 pm

The only purpose to even having Turkey in NATO at this juncture is that there is no tangible benefit to expelling them. Better to let them expel themselves by doing something stupid, should they so choose.

Besides, them being in NATO, even if only on paper, puts actual stress on Turkey's relationship with Russia by simply existing. Turkey and Russia are historical enemies, after-all. Us expelling Turkey from NATO would be something we could choose to do just prior to Russia liberating Constantinople, should Errdrogron get far enough out of line to deserve being expelled.

Turkey sometimes forgets we still live in a bipolar military alignment on this planet, and thinks they have the power to forge a third power around themselves without being absorbed into the other team.

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Maybe a good alternative would be the Scandinavian States, Quebec, and France applying for Statehood status as members of the UK? Not sure how that would work, though, I think the Vikings and the Swedes still have their own Monarchs. Then the US, Canada, and the UK could form an alternative form of NATO that actually operates as a cohesive military apparatus, and let Germany and Brussels have their wet-dream of dominating the rest of the continent.

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Re: Turkish Ground Troops Invade Syria.

Postby Fat Tony » Jun 29, 2018 1:30 am

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Flag of the long defunct SEATO.

The grab bag mix of countries is puzzling. Pakistan. Interesting mix possibly the triple entente being France, Australia, and USA. Almost like a Western backed counterpunch to 'Silkroad'countries.

Traditionally the Silk Road started in the Orient & made its way through Kazakhstan, through the Asia Minor region & finally through the confusing maze of the sub regions of Eastern Europe to Western Europe.

Turkey appears to be not dealing well with being the odd man out - not quite Europe, not quite the Middle east, not quite Caucasia.
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