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Re: Three PKK members killed in Paris attack

Postby bigOz » Thu Jan 10, 2013 11:37 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:Oh but two wrongs make a right, to "libertarians". :roll:

What "two wrongs" you stupid woman! If stupidity was a sport you would get the Gold for Cyprus in the Olympics every time! You and your fluckink Nazi ideology is driving me mad :twisted:

Have you any idea what the bastards of the PKK have been doing to Turkish and Kurdish public at large with their terrorist activities? PKK and these ugly bitches who only joined so that they can get laid do not represent the Kurdish people of Turkey. Most of those in their camps are Iraqis, Syrians, Arabs of ethnic Kurdish origin, coming in from across the border, plus young boys forcibly (or under threat) taken from villages in South Eastern Turkey - some of which speak a different Kurdish language. Where they claim Kurdish people are in great majority in South East, AKP gets more votes than the Kurdish BDP party! Most soldiers they have murdered during more than 25 years of terror are from Kurdish ethnic origin themselves! On many occasions, I watch their mothers and fathers cry and swear at PKK while they proudly say "long live our republic - our son has died a martyr".

They terrorise constantly, the people they are supposed to be protecting from or liberating from (?) Turkey! No one asked the people if they want or need to be liberated. Most of them do not condone PKK and if they don't abide by, say a general strike as in closing down shops to demonstrate, if lucky they end up having their shop set on fire or pillaged! Because they have not much adult support, unknown to their mothers and fathers, they lure children between the ages of 11-15 to throw stones at the police or soldiers during demonstrations. These we see on National TV every day reh B.S. queen of a GIG!

PKK has no interest in Kurdish ethnic people in Turkey. They do have their paid provocateurs amongst them, but nothing more. They attack junior schools in the area with Kurdish children in them, bomb public buses carrying Turkish and Kurdish civilians, set fires to houses of those who will not support them, explode bombs in crowded areas with no discrimination. 30,000 people have died over the past 30 years - most of them Kurdish civilians or soldiers serving in the army!

Do you think anyone gives a shite about a bullet in the heads of whores who set up and actually order this terrorist activities. May they rot in hell! I hope the rest of them get the same treatment all over Europe - trust me, given half the chance, there are enough Turks who would lovingly risk their lives, travel to finish off any PKK leaders in their luxury offices and homes in foreign countries (where they live in luxury, whilst they force many to die for nothing living in caves and misery).

Every time a PKK cave has been unearthed in the mountains, besides food supplies they discover hundreds of contraceptive packs. There are only 1 or 2 women in every team of say 15 men. So these women are clearly forced to have sex with all the men! There has been many women absconding from these groups and giving themselves up, speaking of terrible rapes that take place if they do not conform. They are not government propaganda either, when displayed, they are identified with their names, families and villages they were recruited from. AND no PKK group denies the person or the stories they tell! The stories of mistreatment and rapes are also confirmed by many who are caught alive during the fights with the army

For the past 3-4 months the regular army in the areas attacked by PKK have been replaced by elite troops and thousands of specialist mountain commandos. Every day a supply cave or some PKK team is either destroyed or taken prisoners. PKK is bleeding heavily! Their winter hide outs and stocks are no more there! Turkish F16s bombing PKK camps in Kandil, Iraq have turned them into dust. The borders with Iran and Iraq are being secured and the supply roots are being cut off. PKK has no choice but to either come to some kind of an agreement where they drop their guns in Turkey, or face being wiped out altogether. I saw this scenario in late 1980s early 1990s when they were cleared out of the area. But fuelled or fooled by their chance to get into EU, successive Turkish governments let their guard down allowing PKK build up strength in the area again (whilst great efforts were made to bring water, hydro electric power, motorways, schools and agricultural support to the people).

But do not think the Turkish people or their government is ignorant of the outside forces helping these terrorists or their real purpose behind all these activities. "freedom fighters" my arse! Long gone the niceties my dear GIG, we know who our friends and enemies are, like we know what goes on behind scenes and for what purpose. You can scream and shout in favour of a bunch of terrorists whose lives are not worth more than the vermin in the streets, but it will not change a thing! In fact, if it was up to me, I would not be satisfied with just shooting the leaders but put the likes of you on my hit list too! :evil:
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Three PKK members killed in Paris attack

Postby SKI-preo » Fri Jan 11, 2013 4:34 am

As Public Relations goes the assassination of these ladies does no favours for Turkey. Bringing assassinations to the streets of Europe is something which results in Turkey loosing the respect of other makor countries. I would not be suprised if the assassinations are hoaxes or if a third country (maybe Israel) assassinated the ladies to insight tension between Kurds and Turks. Killing females not matter what they may or may not have done is always bad for PR. Imagine if more Kurds are "killed by Turkey" on European soil. There will be an Independant Kurdistan in 5 years = Full Balkanization of Anatolia. What will this mean for the Occupied areas?
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Re: Three PKK members killed in Paris attack

Postby Kikapu » Mon Jan 14, 2013 12:46 am

The assassination of these PKK members in France may well be designed to lead the investigators to Erdogan's doorstep in Ankara, to derail his attempt to become the new President/Dictator in 2014. The EU and USA would like to see Gül as the next President elected at the ballot box over Erdogan due to his Democracy tendencies and more EU friendly attitude over Erdogan's. What better way to destroy Erdogan's chances than make his government responsible for these murders. Has anyone seen Davutoglu lately? I don't believe he has made a single comment yet on these killings. Why is he hiding from the press?
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Re: Three PKK members killed in Paris attack

Postby observer » Mon Jan 14, 2013 10:35 am

PKK is a terrorist organization. Terrorist organizations attract more than their fair share of psychopaths and fanatics whatever the aims of of the organization. The person who killed these women is just as likely come from inside the PKK as outside it.
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Re: Three PKK members killed in Paris attack

Postby Kikapu » Mon Jan 14, 2013 11:36 am

observer wrote:PKK is a terrorist organization. Terrorist organizations attract more than their fair share of psychopaths and fanatics whatever the aims of of the organization. The person who killed these women is just as likely come from inside the PKK as outside it.


What you say it's very true, observer, however, it does not mean those outside any terrorist organisations doesn't/couldn't have a hand in it also, whether directly or indirectly!
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Re: Three PKK members killed in Paris attack

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Mon Jan 14, 2013 12:23 pm

The BBC has not been calling the PKK a "terrorist" organisation but a "guerrilla group" or a "militant nationalist group".
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Re: Three PKK members killed in Paris attack

Postby observer » Mon Jan 14, 2013 12:47 pm

:roll: PKK is a VIOLENT organization. VIOLENT organizations attract more than their fair share of psychopaths and fanatics whatever the aims of of the organization. The person who killed these women is just as likely come from inside the PKK as outside it.

If it keeps you happy, although Kikapu's reply is more to the point.
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Re: Three PKK members killed in Paris attack

Postby supporttheunderdog » Mon Jan 14, 2013 3:26 pm

I'd be careful there GiG becase with the increasing tide of politicaly motivated violence in Greece ranging from the gun-totting Nazi MP's of GD, where GD MP s are seen leading racist attacks through to the evil left wing Terrorists thought to be involved in gun and/or bomb attackes one risks Generalisation of Greece as a whole as violent nation, when these acts are in fact the acts of a violent minority scum.

I would not under any current circumstance label Greece or the Greeks as a whole in such terms.
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Re: Three PKK members killed in Paris attack

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Mon Jan 14, 2013 4:48 pm

Why don't you have some respect for these women and stick to the topic (PKK) in hand instead of trolling to derail threads with your constant attention seeking inflammatory posts. As if black people are safe on the streets of Britain.
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Re: Three PKK members killed in Paris attack

Postby cyprusgrump » Mon Jan 14, 2013 4:53 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:Why don't you have some respect for these women and stick to the topic (PKK) in hand instead of trolling to derail threads with your constant attention seeking inflammatory posts. As if black people are safe on the streets of Britain.


Wooooooooo! :o

Can always rely on GIG to go too far with a fanatical outburst! :lol:
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