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Re: WSJ says Turkey no longer US ally, air base should be mo

Postby repulsewarrior » Mon Sep 29, 2014 1:30 pm

...yes it is hard to dream of the Caliphate in Istanbul, and fight a vanguard whose work is to realise this ideal.

fact is, Turkey has no teeth, or at least it appears that way.
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Re: WSJ says Turkey no longer US ally, air base should be mo

Postby Lordo » Mon Sep 29, 2014 8:51 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:...yes it is hard to dream of the Caliphate in Istanbul, and fight a vanguard whose work is to realise this ideal.

fact is, Turkey has no teeth, or at least it appears that way.

rw thats exactly what eoga b thought just before july 1974. she has plenty dont you worry. when she decides to show them god help those in front of her.
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Re: WSJ says Turkey no longer US ally, air base should be mo

Postby Paphitis » Tue Sep 30, 2014 3:09 am

Get Real! wrote:
Jerry wrote:NATO considers itself threatened by ISIS and the Yanks are asking Erdo for help.

:shock: You can’t be THAT stupid! No way… :lol:

NATO is “threatened” by 10,000 odd ragheads armed with Kalashnikovs?

:lol: :lol: :lol:


It's not about that.

It's about International terrorism and their ability to attack us in this manner. it's also about the security of our allies such as Iraq.

It's also a humanitarian effort because they would have otherwise wiped out the Yazidis and Turkmen. it's about them beheading, torturing and calling for a caliphate in the region. it's about them killing Syrian POW's.

It's all about their unprecedented evilness which is a threat to the West and all peaceful Nations in the area.

it's also about their ability to recruit terrorists from 80 or countries to adopt a fierce and evil ideology. Citizens which could return to those countries and pose a security risk.

I though they were supplied US Weapons but now you correctly state that they carry Kalashnikovs. I am happy to see you come around. :D
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Re: WSJ says Turkey no longer US ally, air base should be mo

Postby repulsewarrior » Tue Sep 30, 2014 3:31 am

@ Lordo,

...dude, we are not talking about a deluded Junta that thought they had cut a deal with Turkey, another strong ally in NATO, and with the USA.

...we are talking about the USA and NATO themselves who can see that for another four years they will have to tolerate someone we know from wikileaks (so long ago) as having no credibility, and perhaps another four years because he has a strong Constituency...

the world does not revolve around Turkey, it has not stopped to suit this purpose either (the world struggles with Turkey). it is up to the Turkish Leadership, to show Leadership, especially if she is campaigning for the support she needs to join the SC at the UN. tossing money about in the Caribbean may get some kudos, but if that is what Turkey thinks will win her, her ambitions, she is mistaken, because what the world needs is new ideas, and integrity, even if the money helps. nice to dream big eh Lordo, century this and that, the return of the Caliphate, and Turkey, the world's protector, of Islam.

...if she wants to do it as a member of NATO, a prospect for UN recognition, and as a good representative of Islamic thought, now is a good time to demonstrate solidarity and respect, as citizens of these greater families, by calling other Muslims, like Pakistan, and the Gulf states to join in by housing the displaced, and by providing the Arms and Personnel that either equal the contribution of the rest of the world, or diminish this need, by them (Europe), for concern (in what must stop, and what is an affair internal if you will). indeed, it is time to separate the word "terrorist" from the Muslim Faith, perhaps a better "shock and awe"; why is there no plan A, B, C,..., from Turkey? as it is, it seems that by choosing, one, the other is lost, no longer "war" in the shadows, unless Erdogan can find a way to bridge the desire for an Islamism, in a world where it must compliment with Universal Principals, and (compete with) other "isms".
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