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Re: now what for the kerds

Postby Kikapu » Tue Jan 08, 2019 8:56 am

Lordo wrote:and what difference does that make exactly. are they obliged to inmplement what they here in any way?

Now you are talking like Trump. :D

What did you ask? :?
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Re: now what for the kerds

Postby Get Real! » Tue Jan 08, 2019 3:48 pm

Lordo wrote:now what for the kerds

You should change the thread title with... "Now what for ErdoCunt!" :lol:
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Re: now what for the kerds

Postby Maximus » Tue Jan 08, 2019 4:29 pm

Lordo wrote:
Maximus wrote:The Turks would not just be fighting the Kurds though.

They will also have to face the Syrian army because Assad has vowed to recover every inch of Syrian land. The Kurds have asked for his support and the Syrian military have deployed to Manjib.

I was reading an article the other day from a well known source, I tried to find it to include a link but I couldn't and gave up.

The analyst basically wrote that Erdogan has asked the US not to withdraw to help him in Syria to fight ISIL - which was basically a cover for him to fight the Kurds. More or less everyone knows this and his motives cant be trusted. The article was explaining how wrong it would be of the US to remain in Syria to help him at all.

Furthermore the analyst said despite Turkish military numbers and assets, they are not very good at fighting against scattered militia. The Turkish army is good at going up against large army's, primarily to suppress them. They are also disorganized because they rely on others to provide them with the intelligence.

The Turks can barely manage do anything by themselves, unless their opponent is more or less defenseless.

what are you saying that all other countries have managed to defeat militias in their country but terggy cannot. show me one country that has done it.
did the russians defeat the militia in afghanistan
did the usa defeat the vietcong
did israel defeat hammas or hizbollah
did the brits defeat the militia in ireland or cyprus or any other country. hell brits could not defeat india and they did not even do an armed struggle.

what the terggs will do is take a slice of syria, then assad will take the rest and the kerds wil lbe left with their mouths wide open. that is a tc saying btw. they had no choice, they were dommed if they joined in the fighting and they were doomed if they did not. the real blame lay with the yanks and israel who believed that russia wil lallow them to topple one of her allies. it is an expensive mistake but the americans will not pay anythiong for it. the syrian people as a whole have paid the price and the kerds will pay the ultimate price.


Basically what you are saying is that the Turks wont defeat the Kurdish militia, 'in their country'.

Why do you think that the Turks can go up against the Kurdish 'militia', as well as the Russian and Syrian army and win to take a slice of Syria?

Just neo- ottoman dreams and it is bad news.

The Turks have a lot (probably the main instigator) to do with the suffering of the Syrian people, as well as the Kurds.

It is despicable.
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Re: now what for the kerds

Postby Maximus » Tue Jan 08, 2019 4:39 pm

Get Real! wrote:
Lordo wrote:now what for the kerds

You should change the thread title with... "Now what for ErdoCunt!" :lol:


Agreed,

A trial in the ICC for war crimes or another attempted coup.......then a trial in a Turkish criminal court followed by time in a stinking prison cell.

Probably - everyone hates his guts. Except, the uneducated Anatolian peasant - and Lordo.
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Re: now what for the kerds

Postby Lordo » Tue Jan 08, 2019 4:49 pm

Maximus wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Maximus wrote:The Turks would not just be fighting the Kurds though.

They will also have to face the Syrian army because Assad has vowed to recover every inch of Syrian land. The Kurds have asked for his support and the Syrian military have deployed to Manjib.

I was reading an article the other day from a well known source, I tried to find it to include a link but I couldn't and gave up.

The analyst basically wrote that Erdogan has asked the US not to withdraw to help him in Syria to fight ISIL - which was basically a cover for him to fight the Kurds. More or less everyone knows this and his motives cant be trusted. The article was explaining how wrong it would be of the US to remain in Syria to help him at all.

Furthermore the analyst said despite Turkish military numbers and assets, they are not very good at fighting against scattered militia. The Turkish army is good at going up against large army's, primarily to suppress them. They are also disorganized because they rely on others to provide them with the intelligence.

The Turks can barely manage do anything by themselves, unless their opponent is more or less defenseless.

what are you saying that all other countries have managed to defeat militias in their country but terggy cannot. show me one country that has done it.
did the russians defeat the militia in afghanistan
did the usa defeat the vietcong
did israel defeat hammas or hizbollah
did the brits defeat the militia in ireland or cyprus or any other country. hell brits could not defeat india and they did not even do an armed struggle.

what the terggs will do is take a slice of syria, then assad will take the rest and the kerds wil lbe left with their mouths wide open. that is a tc saying btw. they had no choice, they were dommed if they joined in the fighting and they were doomed if they did not. the real blame lay with the yanks and israel who believed that russia wil lallow them to topple one of her allies. it is an expensive mistake but the americans will not pay anythiong for it. the syrian people as a whole have paid the price and the kerds will pay the ultimate price.


Basically what you are saying is that the Turks wont defeat the Kurdish militia, 'in their country'.

Why do you think that the Turks can go up against the Kurdish 'militia', as well as the Russian and Syrian army and win to take a slice of Syria?

Just neo- ottoman dreams and it is bad news.

The Turks have a lot (probably the main instigator) to do with the suffering of the Syrian people, as well as the Kurds.

It is despicable.

is that what i said? read it again.
notice the facts especially where the most powerful military cannot defeat any militia when they are supported by the people.
whats worse is for every one kerd erdogan kills two more take their place. of all people you otto,am tourgosporo griik boys should be familiar with your hydra gavole.
have none of you been to school ghamo do shistossas.

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Re: now what for the kerds

Postby kurupetos » Tue Jan 08, 2019 7:12 pm

I think cousin Lordo is right.
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Re: now what for the kerds

Postby Maximus » Tue Jan 08, 2019 11:52 pm

Lordo wrote:
Maximus wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Maximus wrote:The Turks would not just be fighting the Kurds though.

They will also have to face the Syrian army because Assad has vowed to recover every inch of Syrian land. The Kurds have asked for his support and the Syrian military have deployed to Manjib.

I was reading an article the other day from a well known source, I tried to find it to include a link but I couldn't and gave up.

The analyst basically wrote that Erdogan has asked the US not to withdraw to help him in Syria to fight ISIL - which was basically a cover for him to fight the Kurds. More or less everyone knows this and his motives cant be trusted. The article was explaining how wrong it would be of the US to remain in Syria to help him at all.

Furthermore the analyst said despite Turkish military numbers and assets, they are not very good at fighting against scattered militia. The Turkish army is good at going up against large army's, primarily to suppress them. They are also disorganized because they rely on others to provide them with the intelligence.

The Turks can barely manage do anything by themselves, unless their opponent is more or less defenseless.

what are you saying that all other countries have managed to defeat militias in their country but terggy cannot. show me one country that has done it.
did the russians defeat the militia in afghanistan
did the usa defeat the vietcong
did israel defeat hammas or hizbollah
did the brits defeat the militia in ireland or cyprus or any other country. hell brits could not defeat india and they did not even do an armed struggle.

what the terggs will do is take a slice of syria, then assad will take the rest and the kerds wil lbe left with their mouths wide open. that is a tc saying btw. they had no choice, they were dommed if they joined in the fighting and they were doomed if they did not. the real blame lay with the yanks and israel who believed that russia wil lallow them to topple one of her allies. it is an expensive mistake but the americans will not pay anythiong for it. the syrian people as a whole have paid the price and the kerds will pay the ultimate price.


Basically what you are saying is that the Turks wont defeat the Kurdish militia, 'in their country'.

Why do you think that the Turks can go up against the Kurdish 'militia', as well as the Russian and Syrian army and win to take a slice of Syria?

Just neo- ottoman dreams and it is bad news.

The Turks have a lot (probably the main instigator) to do with the suffering of the Syrian people, as well as the Kurds.

It is despicable.

is that what i said? read it again.
notice the facts especially where the most powerful military cannot defeat any militia when they are supported by the people.
whats worse is for every one kerd erdogan kills two more take their place. of all people you otto,am tourgosporo griik boys should be familiar with your hydra gavole.
have none of you been to school ghamo do shistossas.

olan oldu
torba doldu
erdogan sicdi icine
sizda yedingiz boku.


Plonker,

I understood what you said, but you also said that Turkey will take a slice of Syria. which I do not think will come to pass.

If he tries to create a "TRNS", we will probably see what many have been saying for a long time. - and that is Kurdistan.

Things may backfire and Erdogan will give a slice of Turkey towards the creation of Kurdistan instead, with the US's and Russia's blessing.
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Re: now what for the kerds

Postby Lordo » Wed Jan 09, 2019 12:33 am

you what? plonkerboullos

so when did last terggy give any soil then. you still don't understand the terggs. when they spill blood to get land, that land belongs to them. the only exception to that is Korea. Some ow they let that one slip.
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Re: now what for the kerds

Postby Maximus » Wed Jan 09, 2019 1:56 am

About 100 years ago lordochoglu.

They were only temporarily occupying it for about 400 years,
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Re: now what for the kerds

Postby Lordo » Wed Jan 09, 2019 2:35 pm

Maximus wrote:About 100 years ago lordochoglu.

They were only temporarily occupying it for about 400 years,

yep and they had it longer than the griiiiks which only occupied it for only 300 years. so now you can see why they feel they have a claim to it and of course the fact that it is also very close to them geographically speaking has something to do with it too.
goodluck to you when dealing with erdogan. for years gc leadership have been trying to sideline the tc leadership and talk to the terggs behind their backs and finally they have. you see anastasiades really wants two states and cavusoglu will oblige but akinci has balls the size of your head and will not accept it my friend. inn years to come gcs will pray to his soul long after he is gone for what he has done for the sheepriots.
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