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  • #41
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    Let us not jump into conclusions. The outcome of his behavior will dictate what really went on.
    Most likely, he will have free reign with bobama, imposing the extradition of that other carpet bending gulenboy.
    I don't think the country is very stable at this stage. PKK boys should use this opportunity to their advantage creating more instability in the West of the country.
    They have a two week window to make it happen before the sultan stabilizes the country.


    • #42
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      Originally posted by Hakob View Post
      Do you guys think that with more powerful erdogan there may be more tension with Russia's Syria policy?
      I wouldn't call it more powerful outside the country. Many countries wanted him gone from the US/israel, Germany, France. Most of his Arab neighbors hate him even more now. The whole world is waiting and watching for his move now.


      • #43
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        First move

        "Access to air base housing US nukes in Turkey blocked, power cut off "

        Movement in and out of the Incirlik airbase in southern Turkey was blocked on Saturday by local military authorities. The NATO base stores US tactical nuclear weapons.


        • #44
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          Second move

          "188 arrest warrants issued for members of Turkey’s supreme courts"

          Turkish prosecutors have issued arrest warrants for 140 Constitutional Court members and 48 members of the Council of State in the wake of Friday night’s attempted coup. Ten arrests have already been made, local media reported.


          • #45
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            Originally posted by Azad View Post
            I wouldn't call it more powerful outside the country. Many countries wanted him gone from the US/israel, Germany, France. Most of his Arab neighbors hate him even more now. The whole world is waiting and watching for his move now.
            Agree on that.
            --- more tension with Russia/USA ---
            USA putting their pressure on erdojerk to seal last 60 miles of border and Russia wanting that since day one. It looks like erdoboy has a golden opportunity to alienate both USA/Russia by throwing a hissy fit to consolidate his in country popularity. He ain't popular most anywhere else. A classic erdoboy hissy fit is what I'd like to see cause the world finds that act repulsive.
            This is not the time to send this idiot menstraul cramp medication (idol).
            Get xxxxxy boy.


            • #46
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              37 pilots have been arrested from the Malatya Air Base.
              Reports that the commander of the Incirlik Air Base has been detained as well. It's not entirely clear how many officers and who exactly has been detained. Some have been caught trying to escape. Taking into account these officers are experienced and training them takes many years, there will be a vacuum in the Turkish army which will be hard to fill.


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                • #48
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                  Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                  Classic terk conduct. And it will be condoned by govt.
                  Think of the sizable number of their citizens that were pro coup. The rampant suspicion in the population is spreading faster than a wild fire right now. They are going to be at each other's throats with suspicion.
                  70 million conniving jerk fanatics are being energized right now.
                  Go for it you fkn hominoids.


                  • #49
                    Re: Coup in Turkey Thread

                    That's nothing ^^^ there was a video of throat slitting posted on some site I saw. Typical turks.


                    • #50
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                      I wonder if there is a way to track the homocides in the population? Fratricide should take a big upward swing on a graph.
                      I'm keeping my fingers crossed, lol.