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Time for Turkey to Tremble - Putin's Possibilities Poll

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Which Military Strategy should Putin follow in retaliation for Turkish atrocities?

Super-Arm the Kurds for a Proxy war against the Turks?
2
25%
Attack the Turkish Military installations in Occupied Cyprus?
2
25%
Attack Turkey directly?
0
No votes
Continue destroying IS and weaken Turkey's regional influences?
1
13%
Something else ... expand in a post.
3
38%
 
Total votes : 8

Re: Time for Turkey to Tremble - Putin's Possibilities Poll

Postby Lordo » Sat Nov 28, 2015 11:32 pm

Get Real! wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:
Get Real! wrote:My idea is getting popular... :lol:

Putin 'to wipe out Turkey' in NUCLEAR war

http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest- ... jet-downed


Nope, the infrastructure of Constantinople shouldn't be destroyed - and it's too close to Greece for fallout drift.

Haven't they perfected the Neutron bomb yet?

Are they itching to test it? :P

Russia has a type of missile that can cause the same devastation but leaves no lasting radiation effect. Sounds ideal.

here is your chance, what are you waiting for. attack attack attack.
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Re: Time for Turkey to Tremble - Putin's Possibilities Poll

Postby Tim Drayton » Mon Nov 30, 2015 4:09 pm

Shock horror headline from Sputnik:

"Russia Ready to Axe Turkish Tomatoes"

“We are finalizing the list and if we’re speaking of agricultural goods, then we’re talking about two main groups, the first being vegetables, including tomatoes and other types of vegetables, and the second – fruits,” Dvorkovich said during a Cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev outside Moscow.

Dvorkovich said there may be other products put on the list of sanctioned goods, but fruits and vegetables would be the main ones.

“We are not currently suggesting limitations on industrial goods.”


http://sputniknews.com/world/20151130/1 ... urkey.html

There you have it. No industrial goods, even, just certain fruits and vegetables. How cosmetic is that? All for popular consumption.
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Re: Time for Turkey to Tremble - Putin's Possibilities Poll

Postby cypriotnado » Mon Nov 30, 2015 4:32 pm

Moscow may delay the introduction of the food import restrictions for several weeks to ease inflationary pressure, said Arkady Dvorkovich, a deputy prime minister. So not even the tomatoes .....maybe after Xmas eh

Spudulike news
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Re: Time for Turkey to Tremble - Putin's Possibilities Poll

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Re: Time for Turkey to Tremble - Putin's Possibilities Poll

Postby Get Real! » Mon Nov 30, 2015 5:06 pm

Russian FM Lavrov will be visiting Cyprus soon. Here’s what I would be discussing with him:

1. Establish a behind the scenes communication with Russia for support in her Syrian operations. What can we offer Russia to assist? Fuel, food, supplies, intelligence, some hard to get EU technology? Become Russia’s eyes and ears in the EU.

2. Re-establish our PKK support program that was so successful during the 80s and early 90s (mainly manpads we have in surplus) and this time include Syria’s YPG in the scheme. Cover and safe passages can be provided by the Russian air-force.

3. Drive a constant wedge in the Greco-Turkish relationship. Tsipras is slipping and the RoC government should be alarmed and act fast to realign Greece’s course in the desired direction.
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Re: Time for Turkey to Tremble - Putin's Possibilities Poll

Postby cypriotnado » Mon Nov 30, 2015 5:12 pm

Get Real! wrote:Russian FM Lavrov will be visiting Cyprus soon. Here’s what I would be discussing with him:

1. Establish a behind the scenes communication with Russia for support in her Syrian operations. What can we offer Russia to assist? Fuel, food, supplies, intelligence, some hard to get EU technology? Become Russia’s eyes and ears in the EU.

2. Re-establish our PKK support program that was so successful during the 80s and early 90s (mainly manpads we have in surplus) and this time include Syria’s YPG in the scheme. Cover and safe passages can be provided by the Russian air-force.

3. Drive a constant wedge in the Greco-Turkish relationship. Tsipras is slipping and the RoC government should be alarmed and act fast to realign Greece’s course in the desired direction.



I am getting worried abt you! Your ranting........... please check for any Frau induced blood Sucker marks on your body.

If you discover any at all contact this guy he can help. Good luck

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKQBx1sMx3I

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Re: Time for Turkey to Tremble - Putin's Possibilities Poll

Postby Get Real! » Mon Nov 30, 2015 5:17 pm

cypriotnado wrote:I am getting worried abt you! Your ranting........... please check for any Frau induced blood Sucker marks on your body.....

Hey bozo, I’m here to serve my country (Cyprus) not you (whoever the fuck you are) that’s for sure! :lol:
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Re: Time for Turkey to Tremble - Putin's Possibilities Poll

Postby Lordo » Mon Nov 30, 2015 5:56 pm

Get Real! wrote:
cypriotnado wrote:I am getting worried abt you! Your ranting........... please check for any Frau induced blood Sucker marks on your body.....

Hey bozo, I’m here to serve my country (Cyprus) not you (whoever the fuck you are) that’s for sure! :lol:

considering assad has killed over most of the 250,000 people killed so far and has made 11 million people homeless, you should be ashamed of yourself. if i was you i would shut myself in a monastery and not utter another word.
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Re: Time for Turkey to Tremble - Putin's Possibilities Poll

Postby Get Real! » Mon Nov 30, 2015 6:06 pm

Lordo wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
cypriotnado wrote:I am getting worried abt you! Your ranting........... please check for any Frau induced blood Sucker marks on your body.....

Hey bozo, I’m here to serve my country (Cyprus) not you (whoever the fuck you are) that’s for sure! :lol:

considering assad has killed over most of the 250,000 people killed so far and has made 11 million people homeless, you should be ashamed of yourself. if i was you i would shut myself in a monastery and not utter another word.

Once again you’re talking rubbish as per usual and in full support of Turkey’s criminal acts against Syria since 2011, all of which are blatant violations of international law.

The only known brutal dictator in the region is the Erdogan regime, which not only attack their neighbors but are just as happy to murder their own... Kurds or otherwise in Gezi park!

But, I’m not surprised that you support these criminals because after all your ulterior motive is the genocide of the native Cypriots so that you may replace them on the island of Cyprus.
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Re: Time for Turkey to Tremble - Putin's Possibilities Poll

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Mon Nov 30, 2015 6:21 pm

Get Real! wrote:3. Drive a constant wedge in the Greco-Turkish relationship. Tsipras is slipping and the RoC government should be alarmed and act fast to realign Greece’s course in the desired direction.


I don't know if he's playing the Turks back at their own game, you know, being two-faced and acting all diplomatic. His cover nearly slipped the other day when he posted an anti-Turkey tweet against their downing of the Russian jet but then apparently deleted it. He's still our best bet as an ally of Putin's now that Christofias is gone.

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has attacked his Turkish counterpart on Twitter after the downing of a Russian plane, prompting an admonishing reply.
Mr Tsipras posted four tweets on Sunday addressed to Ahmet Davutoglu, complaining about Turkish violations of Greek airspace.
"Fortunately our pilots are not mercurial as yours against the Russians," his first tweet read.
Mr Davutoglu replied urging Mr Tsipras to "focus on our positive agenda".
The exchange followed last week's downing of the Russian warplane, which Turkey said had violated its airspace while carrying out missions in Syria. Russia denied the plane was over Turkish territory and a major diplomatic row ensued.
'Communication disaster'
The exchange came as both prime ministers attended the European Union-Turkey summit on refugees in Brussels on Sunday.


Mr Tsipras said in his tweets: "What is happening in the Aegean is outrageous and unbelievable. We're spending billions on weapons. You--to violate our airspace, we--to intercept you.
"We have the most modern aerial weapons systems--and yet, on the ground, we can't catch traffickers who drown innocent people."
It was unclear whether Mr Tsipras was conveying a conversation he had had with Mr Davutoglu.
Mr Tsipras's tweets were later deleted from his English Twitter account, where instead a tweet read: "We are in the same neighborhood and we have to talk honestly so we can reach solutions #EUTurkey."
But the comments were still up on his Greek account.
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