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Re: Attacks In Turkey

Postby Lordo » Wed Jul 20, 2016 3:38 pm

some peobol here are clueless. the placement of what they call sleepers so they can rise to position of power were placed 20 years ago by gulen and erdogan together when they were pals. now that they are no longer pals erdogan and his pals know exactly who was placed where so it is easy to find them. it is not a matter of investigation. the list has been built over the last two decades.

just because somebody told him it was going to happen does not make it a false flag operation. it may even explain how they were unable to kill him.

just be patient wikileaks has promised to release a lot of details about this. it will all come out soon enough.
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Re: Attacks In Turkey

Postby Tim Drayton » Wed Jul 20, 2016 4:16 pm

The main secular opposition CHP party in Turkey has announced that it is holding a 'republic and democracy' rally in Istanbul's Taksim Square on Sunday. I thought all meetings in Taksim Square were banned.
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Re: Attacks In Turkey

Postby CBBB » Wed Jul 20, 2016 4:37 pm

Lordo wrote:some peobol here are clueless. the placement of what they call sleepers so they can rise to position of power were placed 20 years ago by gulen and erdogan together when they were pals. now that they are no longer pals erdogan and his pals know exactly who was placed where so it is easy to find them. it is not a matter of investigation. the list has been built over the last two decades.

just because somebody told him it was going to happen does not make it a false flag operation. it may even explain how they were unable to kill him.

just be patient wikileaks has promised to release a lot of details about this. it will all come out soon enough.


Go and have a look https://wikileaks.org/akp-emails/
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Re: Attacks In Turkey

Postby Maximus » Wed Jul 20, 2016 5:54 pm

Moody's to probably downgrade Turkey/s credit rating to junk

Moody’s will look at Turkey’s Baa3 credit rating, the lowest level of investment grade, to “assess the medium-term impact” of the failed coup on the country’s growth and policy-making institutions, according to a statement.

The Turkish Lira also made new all time lows against the US Dollar today.

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Re: Attacks In Turkey

Postby Cp279 » Wed Jul 20, 2016 6:19 pm

miltiades wrote:You will find that the older generation of T/Cs are less prone to "security" fears, it is mostly the younger generation who have been taught that the G/Cs were aiming to annihilate the T/Cs or have them removed from Cyprus. Most T/Cs that I know, and many they are, genuinely believe that we can again live together in peace.

You will have noticed that there are some G/Cs on this forum who vehemently despise T/Cs, most if not all have never experienced any meaningful contact with T/Cs, if they did they too would be convinced that on the whole the average T/C is no different from the average G/C, this has been my own conclusion drawn from many years of interaction with the T/Cs both in the UK and in Cyprus.

I understand that those of us who were not around during the inter communal violence, or the 1974 Turkish invasion, understandably see things in a different way.
I have mentioned many times in the past that I have yet to meet a T/C who is unquestionably either pro division or consumed with hatred for the G/Cs. We can all live together in a united Cyprus that we can all call our homeland, I hope that day will soon come.


I hope as well ,dear Milti, your (also mine) good wishes soon come true and we find ourselves in a united Cyprus which will embrace all its citizens regardless of ethnicity. Note that once I was posting to this forum under a different pseuodonym and you, Deniz and I used to share many similar views on Cyprob and got along well. After some time, disgusted with the crap posts by some forumers , I decided to take a long leave of absence.
Occasisonally would like to contribute particularly to positive issues but not frequently.
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Re: Attacks In Turkey

Postby Jerry » Wed Jul 20, 2016 6:50 pm

Mmmm, interesting

"Though quashed within hours, the failed takeover threatens to destabilize an economy that depends heavily on capital inflows to finance its current-account deficit. Erdogan’s increasingly authoritarian streak was already worrying investors as he pushed his top economic advisers one-by-one from office, stoking fears of policy mistakes and leading to a drop in foreign investment."
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Re: Attacks In Turkey

Postby Tim Drayton » Thu Jul 21, 2016 12:14 pm

Interesting indeed. It seems the first decision to be taken under the new emergency powers in Turkey is to deny permission to put up a tent to a group of eighty workers who have been dismissed for being members of a trade union and are protesting in front of their former workplace.

Capital, we are told, is worried by Erdogan’s increasingly authoritarian streak. I wonder what it is worried about.
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Re: Attacks In Turkey

Postby Maximus » Thu Jul 21, 2016 1:25 pm

Turkey has practically become a high risk "junk" investment / country over night.

No mans life, liberty or propety is safe. Thats what foreign capital that Turkey relies heavily on is worried about.

Furthermore, the lira has about halved its value vs the dollar and euro since Erdogan's AKP got elected.
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Re: Attacks In Turkey

Postby B25 » Thu Jul 21, 2016 1:34 pm

Maximus wrote:Turkey has practically become a high risk "junk" investment / country over night.

No mans life, liberty or propety is safe. Thats what foreign capital that Turkey relies heavily on is worried about.


Max, Tim knows this he is a very intelligent person, but he chooses to support Turkey and not talk her down. I do understand that his livelihood may depend on them also.

Anyone who needs to ask what does Global have to be worried about in these current circumstances, well is either very naive or stupid.
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Re: Attacks In Turkey

Postby Lordo » Thu Jul 21, 2016 1:47 pm

the problem with fascist like you peabol is you treat all those who do not agree with you as supporter of your enemy. it is not a matter of backing terggy or not. terggy is not one entity. terggy has all colours of the political spectrum like any other country. your problem is politically you have the sophistication of a snake. and a juvenile snake at that. you are blinded by your hatred of terggy passed down on you by your stupid church. banaiyamu hade na bade sti klishan.
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