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Excellent news from Turkey

Postby Jerry » Wed Nov 16, 2016 1:20 pm

I wonder if Erdogan's mounting economic problems will persuade him to loosen his grip on Cyprus.

With the Turkish Lira’s devaluation against the dollar continuing to accelerate, a new record is broken almost every day. The expectation of the markets is that the devaluation of the lira will not stop soon; in fact, it will only continue.
Developments in the U.S. are among the most important reasons for this expectation. The wave that started in global markets after Donald Trump’s election to the U.S. presidency is not curbing. In the U.S., the expectation has risen that expenditures will rise. This in turn will cause inflation, which will make the U.S. Federal Reserve resort to interest rate hikes more often. The likelihood that the Fed will hike interest rates in December is constantly increasing. In the latest survey, 84 percent of market players expect a rate hike in December............
In other words, the administration’s economic and political decisions are accelerating the devaluation of the lira. As a change in the government’s decisions is not expected, we can safely say that the coming period will be even tougher.
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http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/devalu ... sCatID=467
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Re: Excellent news from Turkey

Postby Lordo » Wed Nov 16, 2016 1:43 pm

only in the small mind of a bubble can such bad news which will adversely affect millions of people be described as excellent news.


asshole.
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Re: Excellent news from Turkey

Postby Jerry » Wed Nov 16, 2016 1:50 pm

Lordo wrote:only in the small mind of a bubble can such bad news which will adversely affect millions of people be described as excellent news.


asshole.


The majority of those millions support Erdogan and his fascist policies, I'm concerned about Cyprus and its people not mainland Turks who care little about for justice for Cypriots.

BTW "asshole" is a American English and meaningless to me, "arsehole" is English and a better word for describing yourself.
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Re: Excellent news from Turkey

Postby Lordo » Wed Nov 16, 2016 1:58 pm

Jerry wrote:
Lordo wrote:only in the small mind of a bubble can such bad news which will adversely affect millions of people be described as excellent news.


asshole.


The majority of those millions support Erdogan and his fascist policies, I'm concerned about Cyprus and its people not mainland Turks who care little about for justice for Cypriots.

BTW "asshole" is a American English and meaningless to me, "arsehole" is English and a better word for describing yourself.

you clearly do are cluless about terggish politics. if you did you would know that erdogan was not voted by majority of terggs living in terggey. stay in your ignorant ways you bubble peasant.

you are still an asshole american or no american.
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Re: Excellent news from Turkey

Postby Jerry » Wed Nov 16, 2016 2:09 pm

Lordo wrote:
Jerry wrote:
Lordo wrote:only in the small mind of a bubble can such bad news which will adversely affect millions of people be described as excellent news.


asshole.


The majority of those millions support Erdogan and his fascist policies, I'm concerned about Cyprus and its people not mainland Turks who care little about for justice for Cypriots.

BTW "asshole" is a American English and meaningless to me, "arsehole" is English and a better word for describing yourself.

you clearly do are cluless about terggish politics. if you did you would know that erdogan was not voted by majority of terggs living in terggey. stay in your ignorant ways you bubble peasant.

you are still an asshole american or no american.


Meaningless crap, like all your stupid posts.
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Re: Excellent news from Turkey

Postby Tim Drayton » Wed Nov 16, 2016 2:17 pm

If you study a bit of history, you will see that authoritarian and dictatorial regimes very often get more dangerous and aggressive at times of economic crisis. It is worth noting recent pronouncements by Erdoğan and others in the gang of crooks around him that they do not recognise the treaty of Lausanne and speak of Turkey's current borders having been imposed on it. Somewhere I posted a map that one of Erdoğan's close buddies, the corrupt mayor of Ankara Melih Gökçek, recently put up on Twitter showing which Greek islands he thought should belong to Turkey (most of them in fact). What all the brain dead fascists here feting the victory of the new Trump - Farage - Putin world in which the EU disappears and Russia gets Eastern Europe back is that Turkey under Erdoğan (and it escapes people's attention here in their exuberance over Trump's warm phone conversation with Putin that he had an equally cordial conversation with Erdoğan) is also starting to explore various irredentist claims, which I imagine might include taking back the whole of Cyprus.
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Re: Excellent news from Turkey

Postby Jerry » Wed Nov 16, 2016 2:47 pm

Tim Drayton wrote:If you study a bit of history, you will see that authoritarian and dictatorial regimes very often get more dangerous and aggressive at times of economic crisis. It is worth noting recent pronouncements by Erdoğan and others in the gang of crooks around him that they do not recognise the treaty of Lausanne and speak of Turkey's current borders having been imposed on it. Somewhere I posted a map that one of Erdoğan's close buddies, the corrupt mayor of Ankara Melih Gökçek, recently put up on Twitter showing which Greek islands he thought should belong to Turkey (most of them in fact). What all the brain dead fascists here feting the victory of the new Trump - Farage - Putin world in which the EU disappears and Russia gets Eastern Europe back is that Turkey under Erdoğan (and it escapes people's attention here in their exuberance over Trump's warm phone conversation with Putin that he had an equally cordial conversation with Erdoğan) is also starting to explore various irredentist claims, which I imagine might include taking back the whole of Cyprus.


Exactly Tim, divert people's attention from their domestic woes by banging the imperialist drum, rather like Galtieri did in the Falklands.
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Re: Excellent news from Turkey

Postby Tim Drayton » Wed Nov 16, 2016 3:14 pm

Jerry wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:If you study a bit of history, you will see that authoritarian and dictatorial regimes very often get more dangerous and aggressive at times of economic crisis. It is worth noting recent pronouncements by Erdoğan and others in the gang of crooks around him that they do not recognise the treaty of Lausanne and speak of Turkey's current borders having been imposed on it. Somewhere I posted a map that one of Erdoğan's close buddies, the corrupt mayor of Ankara Melih Gökçek, recently put up on Twitter showing which Greek islands he thought should belong to Turkey (most of them in fact). What all the brain dead fascists here feting the victory of the new Trump - Farage - Putin world in which the EU disappears and Russia gets Eastern Europe back is that Turkey under Erdoğan (and it escapes people's attention here in their exuberance over Trump's warm phone conversation with Putin that he had an equally cordial conversation with Erdoğan) is also starting to explore various irredentist claims, which I imagine might include taking back the whole of Cyprus.


Exactly Tim, divert people's attention from their domestic woes by banging the imperialist drum, rather like Galtieri did in the Falklands.


Thatcher, too. I remember it worked a treat at a time when she was heading for certain defeat at the next election.
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Re: Excellent news from Turkey

Postby B25 » Wed Nov 16, 2016 3:28 pm

Jerry wrote:I wonder if Erdogan's mounting economic problems will persuade him to loosen his grip on Cyprus.

With the Turkish Lira’s devaluation against the dollar continuing to accelerate, a new record is broken almost every day. The expectation of the markets is that the devaluation of the lira will not stop soon; in fact, it will only continue.
Developments in the U.S. are among the most important reasons for this expectation. The wave that started in global markets after Donald Trump’s election to the U.S. presidency is not curbing. In the U.S., the expectation has risen that expenditures will rise. This in turn will cause inflation, which will make the U.S. Federal Reserve resort to interest rate hikes more often. The likelihood that the Fed will hike interest rates in December is constantly increasing. In the latest survey, 84 percent of market players expect a rate hike in December............
In other words, the administration’s economic and political decisions are accelerating the devaluation of the lira. As a change in the government’s decisions is not expected, we can safely say that the coming period will be even tougher.
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http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/devalu ... sCatID=467


Jerry, I welcome this news, made my day, but our dickhead politicians are about to sell us out to Turkey and not wait for the prize. Given the state of affairs in Turkey today, would you trust Erdocunt to deliver on any promises he may make.

We are playing into their hands, if you have any messon with Anan-Stasiades, tell him to back the F off.
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Re: Excellent news from Turkey

Postby Lordo » Wed Nov 16, 2016 3:46 pm

are you really as stupid as you sound.

terggy went from 30 tl to 3 million tl to the pound after 1974 and terggy did not collapse. what did they do, just removed 6 zeros and started all over again.

and you think it went from 2.5 to 4.2 and the terggish economy will collapse and you will take the whole cyprus.

you boys been takin the stupid pills again

the excellent news is from zurich. they are so close to the agrement anastasiades wanted to check before he agrees. can you believe it after 53 years we are about to have an agreement.
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