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Re: Is it over for Turkey?

Postby akiner » Fri Mar 17, 2017 12:28 am

After all the passing years, GCs are getting more and more crazy yet desperate, FFS how do you plan to divide Turkey between Kurds (For southeast) and Turks (for the rest) while the biggest Kurdish populated city in the WORLD is Istanbul.
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Re: Is it over for Turkey?

Postby Get Real! » Fri Mar 17, 2017 12:31 am

akiner wrote:After all the passing years, GCs are getting more and more crazy yet desperate, FFS how do you plan to divide Turkey between Kurds (For southeast) and Turks (for the rest) while biggest Kurdish populated city in the WORLD is Istanbul.

That's an easy one... Kurds can have the traditional eastern territory *and* Istanbul. Kinda like a Vatican...
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Re: Is it over for Turkey?

Postby akiner » Fri Mar 17, 2017 1:05 am

Get Real! wrote:
akiner wrote:After all the passing years, GCs are getting more and more crazy yet desperate, FFS how do you plan to divide Turkey between Kurds (For southeast) and Turks (for the rest) while biggest Kurdish populated city in the WORLD is Istanbul.

That's an easy one... Kurds can have the traditional eastern territory *and* Istanbul. Kinda like a Vatican...


If they really wanted they could already achieve but (unfortunately for you) majority of that kinsmen want to live side by side with Turks. Although we can apply the way of your solution to Cyprus indeed. Because Turks dont want you but you cant get it :D
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Re: Is it over for Turkey?

Postby Get Real! » Fri Mar 17, 2017 1:09 am

akiner wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
akiner wrote:After all the passing years, GCs are getting more and more crazy yet desperate, FFS how do you plan to divide Turkey between Kurds (For southeast) and Turks (for the rest) while biggest Kurdish populated city in the WORLD is Istanbul.

That's an easy one... Kurds can have the traditional eastern territory *and* Istanbul. Kinda like a Vatican...


If they really wanted they could already achieve but (unfortunately for you) majority of that kinsmen want to live side by side with Turks. Although we can apply the way of your solution to Cyprus indeed. Because Turks dont want you but you cant get it :D

You mean you've been murdering Kurds for decades, side-by-side! :wink:

Who do you think you're fooling empty-headed Turko-boy? :)
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Re: Is it over for Turkey?

Postby akiner » Fri Mar 17, 2017 1:16 am

Get Real! wrote:
akiner wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
akiner wrote:After all the passing years, GCs are getting more and more crazy yet desperate, FFS how do you plan to divide Turkey between Kurds (For southeast) and Turks (for the rest) while biggest Kurdish populated city in the WORLD is Istanbul.

That's an easy one... Kurds can have the traditional eastern territory *and* Istanbul. Kinda like a Vatican...


If they really wanted they could already achieve but (unfortunately for you) majority of that kinsmen want to live side by side with Turks. Although we can apply the way of your solution to Cyprus indeed. Because Turks dont want you but you cant get it :D

You mean you've been murdering Kurds for decades, side-by-side! :wink:

Who do you think you're fooling empty-headed Turko-boy? :)


It is for sure you are a poopyhead, if you are negleting the effect of Kurdish capabilities. Surely if they wanted they would already have the partition for themselves, same like the Turks who have achieved their breakaway state in 1983 as they didnt want to live with you.
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Re: Is it over for Turkey?

Postby Get Real! » Fri Mar 17, 2017 1:22 am

akiner wrote:It is for sure you are a poopyhead, if you are negleting the effect of Kurdish capabilities. Surely if they wanted they would already have the partition for themselves,

What Kurdish capabilities are you dreaming of? :lol:

Turkey has been treating them like SHIT and butchering them ever since I can remember!

akiner wrote:...same like the Turks who have achieved their breakaway state in 1983 as they didnt want to live with you.

The Ottoman gypsies in Cyprus never achieved anything.

As for them not wanting to live with us... :lol: we agree that they should go back to where they came from! :lol:
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Re: Is it over for Turkey?

Postby akiner » Fri Mar 17, 2017 1:43 am

Get Real! wrote:
akiner wrote:It is for sure you are a poopyhead, if you are negleting the effect of Kurdish capabilities. Surely if they wanted they would already have the partition for themselves,

What Kurdish capabilities are you dreaming of? :lol: th

Turkey has been treating them like SHIT and butchering them ever since I can remember!

akiner wrote:...same like the Turks who have achieved their breakaway state in 1983 as they didnt want to live with you.

The Ottoman gypsies in Cyprus never achieved anything.

As for them not wanting to live with us... :lol: we agree that they should go back to where they came from! :lol:


Kurds have autonomous state in Iraq more than 45 years which they could use as a logistics base if needed for their struggle in the most populated regions all around Turkey.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2e/Cyprus-distribution-1891-1931.jpg
They are there where they have been already!
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Re: Is it over for Turkey?

Postby Get Real! » Fri Mar 17, 2017 1:54 am

akiner wrote:Kurds have autonomous state in Iraq more than 45 years...

Quit manufacturing shit...
The establishment of the Kurdistan Region dates back to the March 1970 autonomy agreement between the Kurdish opposition and the Iraqi government after years of heavy fighting. However, that agreement failed to be implemented and by 1974 Northern Iraq plunged into the Second Iraqi–Kurdish War, another part of the Iraqi-Kurdish conflict between the Kurds and the Arab-dominated government of Iraq. Further, the 1980–88 Iran–Iraq War, especially the Iraqi Army's Al-Anfal Campaign, devastated the population and environment of Iraqi Kurdistan. Following the 1991 uprising of Kurds in the north and Shias in the south against Saddam Hussein, Iraqi Kurdistan's military forces, the Peshmerga, succeeded in pushing out the main Iraqi forces from the north.


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akiner wrote:which they could use as a logistics base if needed for their struggle in the most populated regions all around Turkey.

So you expect some other minority in another country with zero income and zero arms to help Kurds in Turkey eh... you read too many fiction books.
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Re: Is it over for Turkey?

Postby akiner » Fri Mar 17, 2017 2:02 am

Get Real! wrote:
akiner wrote:Kurds have autonomous state in Iraq more than 45 years...

Quit manufacturing shit...
The establishment of the Kurdistan Region dates back to the March 1970 autonomy agreement between the Kurdish opposition and the Iraqi government after years of heavy fighting. However, that agreement failed to be implemented and by 1974 Northern Iraq plunged into the Second Iraqi–Kurdish War, another part of the Iraqi-Kurdish conflict between the Kurds and the Arab-dominated government of Iraq. Further, the 1980–88 Iran–Iraq War, especially the Iraqi Army's Al-Anfal Campaign, devastated the population and environment of Iraqi Kurdistan. Following the 1991 uprising of Kurds in the north and Shias in the south against Saddam Hussein, Iraqi Kurdistan's military forces, the Peshmerga, succeeded in pushing out the main Iraqi forces from the north.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iraqi_Kurdistan

akiner wrote:which they could use as a logistics base if needed for their struggle in the most populated regions all around Turkey.

So you expect some other minority in another country with zero income and zero arms to help Kurds in Turkey eh... you read too many fiction books.


Pff only excuses, If a group devote themselves for a cause sooner or later they will prevail. Ironically that's excatly how you lost in Cyprus! :D
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Re: Is it over for Turkey?

Postby Get Real! » Fri Mar 17, 2017 2:18 am

akiner wrote:Pff only excuses,

You’re a typical Turkish LIAR… Iraqi Kurds NEVER received independence until America came along in the early 90s and fucked up the entire country.

Pretty much what is needed in Turkey... if Kurds are to ever receive independence.

akiner wrote:If a group devote themselves for a cause sooner or later they will prevail. Ironically that's excatly how you lost in Cyprus! :D

More LIES... the Ottoman gypsies in Cyprus are the most useless group of peasants on the entire planet who on their own, can't negotiate their way out of a toilet.
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