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  • Re: Regional geopolitics

    Originally posted by Artashes View Post
    That's gonna happen. Turcs are definitely going to do this.
    I can't see what Syrian or russian response is though.
    This is why Syria has fared so badly and lost so many fighters. Fresh supply of opposing fighters from the hominoid (turc) side.
    That border has got to be sealed.
    South Caucus is bound to have a regional war within a few years... time for Russia to help Armenia increase its borders and regain western Armenia while continuing to liberate its lands on the east.

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    • Re: Regional geopolitics

      Originally posted by Etchmiadzin View Post
      Under what pretense would Turkey invade Syria? make a new Alexandretta? train "moderate" opposition?
      Pretense stopped when USA said "no proof is necessary" our word(s) (USA) are enough.
      They (terrorist supporters) opened up the door to interchange fabrication for truth as they (connivers) see fit.
      My guess is turcee says its to protect their hominoid terrorist brethren , the turcmen, and/or to protect innocents ( sickening lol ).
      turcee gets to make up whatever they want while USA/England support by silence or NATO fraternity whatever the scum hominoid does/says.
      Sickening.
      HARK

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      • Re: Regional geopolitics

        Looks like turkey (with a US green light in the background) will be in conflict with Russia. The question is, will NATO back them up or will send them to hell?
        Saddam had also a green light from the US to invade Kuwait.

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        • Re: Regional geopolitics

          Originally posted by Azad View Post
          Looks like turkey (with a US green light in the background) will be in conflict with Russia. The question is, will NATO back them up or will send them to hell?
          Saddam had also a green light from the US to invade Kuwait.
          (I think) the above is a correct analysis and the question is also appropriate.
          All I can see is this ... CANNOT let hominoids establish base in Syria.
          --- CANNOT !!! ----
          HARK

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          • Re: Regional geopolitics

            Originally posted by Artashes View Post
            (I think) the above is a correct analysis and the question is also appropriate.
            All I can see is this ... CANNOT let hominoids establish base in Syria.
            --- CANNOT !!! ----
            Putin unlike Obama does not try to appease a situation. He will go full blown war and use small tactical nukes if need to. turkey is not a match to Russia and NATO is starting to sound and act like the UN.

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            • Re: Regional geopolitics

              Originally posted by Azad View Post
              Putin unlike Obama does not try to appease a situation. He will go full blown war and use small tactical nukes if need to. turkey is not a match to Russia and NATO is starting to sound and act like the UN.
              I concur.
              Russia cannot afford ambiguity.
              It's time for MEN to stand up, unambiguously and full bore.
              HARK

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              • Re: Regional geopolitics

                Originally posted by Artashes View Post
                I concur.
                Russia cannot afford ambiguity.
                It's time for MEN to stand up, unambiguously and full bore.
                All I can say, what is happening in the region is a once in a century to reshape Armenia's security with the turkic apes, since Russia is pissed at their existence.
                Who knows where things will lead in a month let us hope a positive change for Armenia.

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                • Re: Regional geopolitics

                  Originally posted by Azad View Post
                  All I can say, what is happening in the region is a once in a century to reshape Armenia's security with the turkic apes, since Russia is pissed at their existence.
                  Who knows where things will lead in a month let us hope a positive change for Armenia.
                  I know this is an Armenian forum, and it is only understandable and reasonable to think of Hayastan.
                  However, the real concern is for Syria in these battles and this looming battle.
                  I do not want the world to think we only care about ourselves or that our only interest is what advantage we can get from this. --- that's not who we are ---.
                  My concern is, I cannot see where Syria/allies can get anymore battle hardened boots on the ground.
                  We can all see what an airforce can do to make effective ground op possible. But without Syria allied boots, whole op is fruitless.
                  Syria/Hizbola have taken much bloodloss. Ferociously brave determination are what they are operating on now.
                  HARK

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                  • Re: Regional geopolitics

                    Originally posted by Artashes View Post
                    That's gonna happen. Turcs are definitely going to do this.
                    I can't see what Syrian or russian response is though.
                    This is why Syria has fared so badly and lost so many fighters. Fresh supply of opposing fighters from the hominoid (turc) side.
                    That border has got to be sealed.


                    Turkey has been at war is Syria for over 4-5 years, albeit covertly. If they invade officially not much will change except unleash Russia and Iran. I think Kurds are gonna get their best chance for independence since Russia will openly arm them.
                    This is not Donbass's, where Russia supplies against world opinion. Since Russia is in Syria with official government invitation, the picture will turn180 degree.
                    Armenia is going to become hub of armament movement. Nakhijevan will be taken immediately, maybe Ararat, igdir also. I don't see signs of NATO wanting to go to war with Russia for turkey. They will send arms though. Like west always done in Russo Turkish wars.
                    Last edited by Hakob; 02-04-2016, 11:13 AM.

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                    • Re: Regional geopolitics

                      Originally posted by Artashes View Post
                      I know this is an Armenian forum, and it is only understandable and reasonable to think of Hayastan.
                      However, the real concern is for Syria in these battles and this looming battle.
                      I do not want the world to think we only care about ourselves or that our only interest is what advantage we can get from this. --- that's not who we are ---.
                      My concern is, I cannot see where Syria/allies can get anymore battle hardened boots on the ground.
                      We can all see what an airforce can do to make effective ground op possible. But without Syria allied boots, whole op is fruitless.
                      Syria/Hizbola have taken much bloodloss. Ferociously brave determination are what they are operating on now.

                      Agree- but we must also consider that there is no going back for the Kurds- there are millions in the region that will fight. They have a a taste of freedom and will face the Turks and their allies. I personally want to see the Kurds in Rojava get their independence and link up with Kurds in S.E Turkey in the border areas.
                      General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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