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  • Re: Regional geopolitics

    Austria cancels four Turkish political meetingsx



    14:34, 11 March, 2017x

    YEREVAN, MARCH 11, ARMENPRESS. Four planned Turkish political meetings in Austria were canceled on Friday in the latest signs of unease across Europe over a series of campaign events to rally support among expatriate Turks for President Tayyip Erdogan, Reuters reports.x

    A spokesman for police in the city of Linz said the private owner of a venue there had canceled an event featuring a party colleague of Erdogan.x

    The town of Hoerbranz near the German border canceled a separate event with a former Turkish minister because the organizers falsely labeled it as a book presentation.x

    Another event was scrapped in Herzogenburg, and a spokeswoman for a hotel in Wiener Neustadt, near Vienna, said it had canceled a meeting planned for Sunday.x

    Some European cities have blocked planned appearances by Turkish politicians to drum up support for Erdogan before an April 16 referendum on giving him sweeping new powers.x

    In separate developments, the mayor of Rotterdam said Turkey's foreign minister would not be allowed to campaign there on Saturday, and Swiss police canceled a speech by a Turkish politician planned for Friday, citing "signi럀�cant security risks.

    https://www.armenpress.am/eng/news/8...-meetings.html

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    Hayastan or Bust.

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    • Re: Regional geopolitics

      Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
      Austria cancels four Turkish political meetingsx



      14:34, 11 March, 2017x

      YEREVAN, MARCH 11, ARMENPRESS. Four planned Turkish political meetings in Austria were canceled on Friday in the latest signs of unease across Europe over a series of campaign events to rally support among expatriate Turks for President Tayyip Erdogan, Reuters reports.x

      A spokesman for police in the city of Linz said the private owner of a venue there had canceled an event featuring a party colleague of Erdogan.x

      The town of Hoerbranz near the German border canceled a separate event with a former Turkish minister because the organizers falsely labeled it as a book presentation.x

      Another event was scrapped in Herzogenburg, and a spokeswoman for a hotel in Wiener Neustadt, near Vienna, said it had canceled a meeting planned for Sunday.x

      Some European cities have blocked planned appearances by Turkish politicians to drum up support for Erdogan before an April 16 referendum on giving him sweeping new powers.x

      In separate developments, the mayor of Rotterdam said Turkey's foreign minister would not be allowed to campaign there on Saturday, and Swiss police canceled a speech by a Turkish politician planned for Friday, citing "signi럀�cant security risks.

      https://www.armenpress.am/eng/news/8...-meetings.html

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      This is the phucked up thing about the Turkish state. They are corrupt as phuck.

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      • Re: Regional geopolitics

        turks to Northern Europeans ... These are our territories now, we do as we please.

        https://www.rt.com/news/380342-turki...hes-rotterdam/

        https://www.rt.com/news/380369-turke...eden-canceled/

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        • Re: Regional geopolitics

          Ugly hijabist turkish Minister Fatma is complaining, while ergodan threatening "Dutch would pay the price"




          http://finance.yahoo.com/news/dutch-...111319291.html

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          • Re: Regional geopolitics

            The low-life spoke

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            • Re: Regional geopolitics

              Originally posted by Vrej1915 View Post
              Is this guy promoting American interests or Armenian interests?

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              • Re: Regional geopolitics

                Europe/west has helped and saved Turkey so many times and so much. Many centuries.
                I am praying for final and irreversible break between Turkey and the west.
                Then it will be broken up by Iran, Russia, and Arabs.
                If turks think russia will help they are mistaken. Russia first will bring ir down to way below to what it is to controll it.

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                • Re: Regional geopolitics

                  Originally posted by Hakob View Post
                  Europe/west has helped and saved Turkey so many times and so much. Many centuries.
                  I am praying for final and irreversible break between Turkey and the west.
                  Then it will be broken up by Iran, Russia, and Arabs.
                  If turks think russia will help they are mistaken. Russia first will bring ir down to way below to what it is to controll it.
                  In 1918, Armenians and others (like Greeks and assyrians) thought ottoman Turkey was finished.
                  By 1920 republican Turkey under Kemal rose up (initially helped by the French and then Italians, Soviet Russia etc) and quickly Turkey was on the offensive again
                  Today, as in 1920, the west needs Turkey more than the other way round.
                  Erdoghan has many options, like Kemal

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                  • Re: Regional geopolitics

                    Yes history is repeating itself yet again. Lets see if we have learned anything.
                    Hayastan or Bust.

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                    • Re: Regional geopolitics

                      Originally posted by lampron View Post
                      In 1918, Armenians and others (like Greeks and assyrians) thought ottoman Turkey was finished.
                      By 1920 republican Turkey under Kemal rose up (initially helped by the French and then Italians, Soviet Russia etc) and quickly Turkey was on the offensive again
                      Today, as in 1920, the west needs Turkey more than the other way round.
                      Erdoghan has many options, like Kemal
                      But there is one fundamental diffrence between kemal and erdogan, religion.
                      While kemal turned turkey to seculiarism, erdogan is turning it to islamism.
                      There is no way islamic turkey will get along with europe, specially now as islam is becoming more and more one of the big challenges that europe faces.
                      Islamic turkey no way can become truly allied with russia either, as Russia has its own problems with islam and panturkism.
                      Also, islamised sunny turkey definitely will get in deeper sunny/shia conflict with Iran.
                      So, in my opinion erdogan is zeroing turkey's options for future.
                      Deeper it will islamise ( and erdogan is just starting to) more it will be none compatible with western world.
                      Turkey us not saudi arabia, which ows its exidtence to western powers and their desire in using islamic fundamentalism for their geopolitical games.

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