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Pro Erdogan supporters attack peaceful protesters in Washington, DC

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  • #11
    Re: Pro Erdogan supporters attack peaceful protesters in Washington, DC

    Originally posted by Azad View Post
    Are you sure?
    VOA is more like Sate department owned propaganda machine around the world.
    Has been around almost pre WWII broadcasting on Radio waves.
    More like the BBC Gov. interest promotions.
    My mistake, I misunderstood an article I read.

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    • #12
      Re: Pro Erdogan supporters attack peaceful protesters in Washington, DC

      Erdogan ordered the attack himself!!!!

      video:https://www.facebook.com/ancagrassro...9/?pnref=story

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      • #13
        Re: Pro Erdogan supporters attack peaceful protesters in Washington, DC

        I wonder if the turks will file charges against the activists. They could even bring civil law suites for insulting their turkishness. I would if I was turk. And Mc Caine must apologize.

        When will people learn who these b0zkurts are? A lost branch of homosepian werewolf wannabies, lol.
        B0zkurt Hunter

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        • #14
          Re: Pro Erdogan supporters attack peaceful protesters in Washington, DC

          Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
          I wonder if the turks will file charges against the activists. They could even bring civil law suites for insulting their turkishness. I would if I was turk. And Mc Caine must apologize.

          When will people learn who these b0zkurts are? A lost branch of homosepian werewolf wannabies, lol.
          Maybe we could make up with them by throwing a gay parade in honor of their tirkishness . How about "fruit loops for tirkish pride week ?"
          I have more more ideas , but I need those russian auto shotguns for that .
          just a thought .
          HARK

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          • #15
            Re: Pro Erdogan supporters attack peaceful protesters in Washington, DC

            The Sultana is at it agin

            "Turkey demands US replace envoy in spat over Syrian Kurds

            ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkey has told the United States it will not join in any military operations that include Kurdish fighters in Syria, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Thursday, while vowing to strike the U.S.-backed Kurds if they threaten Turkey's security.

            Turkey's foreign minister also demanded that a U.S. envoy be removed for allegedly backing the Kurds, but the State Department said Brett McGurk has the "full support" of the Trump administration.

            Speaking in Istanbul two days after meeting President Donald Trump in Washington, Erdogan criticized the U.S. decision to ally with "terror organizations" for the long-awaited operation to capture Raqqa, the de facto capital of the Islamic State group.

            "We said we would not be in such an operation with you where you ally with terror organizations and so we said good luck," Erdogan said."

            https://www.yahoo.com/news/fm-us-und...101104760.html

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            • #16
              Re: Pro Erdogan supporters attack peaceful protesters in Washington, DC

              I personally think there is a connection with Trump telling FBI director Comey to stop digging into Flynnís past dealings, (firing him eventually), erdoganís visit, and the negative comments McCain is making towards erdogan's administration.
              Syria is the common point that connects US, Flynn, turkey, Russia and McCain (shekelist rep) . Most likely there is an initial agreement on dividing Syria. The kurdish equation in this initial divide is not setting well with the turks. Reason why they are building the dividing wall. McCain likes to see Syria turn to a lawless country like Libya to secure the shekeslist interest while the rest of the gang most likely have a plan to divide it in (3) states.

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              • #17
                Re: Pro Erdogan supporters attack peaceful protesters in Washington, DC

                I am positive that its in Israels interest to create a Kurdish puppet state. It would be an Israeli satellite state dead smack in the oil artery, sort of like a greater Israel cloaked by a Kurdish flag. The Kurds already have support from USIsrael in northern Iraq. Turkey doesnt want to lose any land in that region which is why all of their military is concentrated on that border.
                "Nobody can give you freedom. Nobody can give you equality or justice or anything. If you're a man, you take it." ~Malcolm X

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                • #18
                  Re: Pro Erdogan supporters attack peaceful protesters in Washington, DC

                  Originally posted by KanadaHye View Post
                  I am positive that its in Israels interest to create a Kurdish puppet state. It would be an Israeli satellite state dead smack in the oil artery, sort of like a greater Israel cloaked by a Kurdish flag. The Kurds already have support from USIsrael in northern Iraq. Turkey doesnt want to lose any land in that region which is why all of their military is concentrated on that border.
                  Agree on that kurdish part! It is the other Syria that they all have different perspectives.

                  - Russia> want a permanent foothold.
                  - Iran> the same as ^^
                  - turkey> grab kurdish territories and suppress
                  - US McIsrael> two divided entities/territories to use as a conflict switch on command.

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                  • #19
                    Re: Pro Erdogan supporters attack peaceful protesters in Washington, DC

                    Originally posted by Azad View Post
                    Agree on that kurdish part! It is the other Syria that they all have different perspectives.

                    - Russia> want a permanent foothold.
                    - Iran> the same as ^^
                    - turkey> grab kurdish territories and suppress
                    - US McIsrael> two divided entities/territories to use as a conflict switch on command.
                    That pretty much sums it up. Perpetual war is good for US McIsrael when you're in the business of selling military weapons and equipment.
                    "Nobody can give you freedom. Nobody can give you equality or justice or anything. If you're a man, you take it." ~Malcolm X

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                    • #20
                      Re: Pro Erdogan supporters attack peaceful protesters in Washington, DC

                      Originally posted by KanadaHye View Post
                      That pretty much sums it up. Perpetual war is good for US McIsrael when you're in the business of selling military weapons and equipment.
                      It is reasons like this that I repeatedly point out that usa/cohorts are not a role model to be emulated or strived for. The whole gorification of the "successful" west is the very same countries that are purpetrating the conduct spoken of in the quote above .
                      not a role model for any country or peoples ---- unless your a criminal .
                      HARK

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