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Re: EU; that's gotta hurt. Turkey unhappy.

Postby B25 » Sat Jun 01, 2019 8:50 pm

When to going gets really tough, Turkey will do again what is did in 1999, they will got to Cyprus occupied side with the military and empty the banks of its capital to get them selves out of the shits for a short time.

it was never publicised what they did back then, but they did it.
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Re: EU; that's gotta hurt. Turkey unhappy.

Postby Maximus » Sat Jun 01, 2019 8:57 pm

B25 wrote:When to going gets really tough, Turkey will do again what is did in 1999, they will got to Cyprus occupied side with the military and empty the banks of its capital to get them selves out of the shits for a short time.

it was never publicised what they did back then, but they did it.


Everyone who will be holding lira in a Turkish bank will get a shave.

it will make the Cypriot haircut look like a nice trim.

Erdogan wont be able to afford any spare missiles for the s400. They will become ornaments while the people stare at them and Fatih, starving and fighting among themselves.

Erdogan chooses to spend money to create conflict and trouble when he could be resolving issues and sharing in the wealth. That will be the irony of it all.

What goes around comes around.
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Re: EU; that's gotta hurt. Turkey unhappy.

Postby Lordo » Sat Jun 01, 2019 10:17 pm

Maximus wrote:
B25 wrote:When to going gets really tough, Turkey will do again what is did in 1999, they will got to Cyprus occupied side with the military and empty the banks of its capital to get them selves out of the shits for a short time.

it was never publicised what they did back then, but they did it.


Everyone who will be holding lira in a Turkish bank will get a shave.

it will make the Cypriot haircut look like a nice trim.

Erdogan wont be able to afford any spare missiles for the s400. They will become ornaments while the people stare at them and Fatih, starving and fighting among themselves.

Erdogan chooses to spend money to create conflict and trouble when he could be resolving issues and sharing in the wealth. That will be the irony of it all.

What goes around comes around.

are you really that stupid to think that there is a single tc in the north that saves money in terggish liras. gavole i knoew you boys were not bright but i did not believe you could be that stupid. but here is the proof you boys are thick as two short planks.

as to s400 putin will give them to erdogan to drive a wedge between terggy and america. but your stupidity knows no bounds.
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Re: EU; that's gotta hurt. Turkey unhappy.

Postby Maximus » Sat Jun 01, 2019 10:46 pm

Get real bordo.

Lira is the currency used and is in circulation in the occupied areas. If it isn’t unofficially, then it says a lot about the people’s perception.

If turkey sneezes, the north catches pneumonia.

Anyway, that is not the point but the north will be affected. Turkey is already trying to strong arm the “government” there by withholding subsidies.probably because they can’t afford it anymore anyway.

Erdogan could raid the bank accounts in the occupied Cyprus but it really wouldn’t do turkey any good. What difference would that make.

Better get your money out though, you saw what happened in Cyprus. No time for pseudo nationalist sentiments. The yaraks are really going to hit the fan.
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Re: EU; that's gotta hurt. Turkey unhappy.

Postby Maximus » Sun Jun 02, 2019 1:05 am

Erdogan is buying things and writing checks turkeys economy can’t cash. Turks may have felt prosperous While he has been in power but it is just an artificial credit bubble.

The depreciation of the lira and depleted fx reserves, high unemployment and inflation are going to make servicing domestic and international debt virtually impossible.

The country is on the verge of imploding and he is inviting sanctions from the US and his main trading partner, the EU.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/jessecolom ... 30f16b5103

Watch the lira plummet.....

His day of reckoning might just be around the corner and he is not the type to bow out without a fight.....
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Re: EU; that's gotta hurt. Turkey unhappy.

Postby Maximus » Fri Jun 14, 2019 12:37 pm

Anyway, since My last post the Turks seem to be marching ahead with their disastrous foreign policy.

Doubling, tripling and quadrupling down on their illegal drilling in cyprus’s Eez. Word on the street is that some of the crew and companies cooperating with the Turks have abandoned ship since the republic of Cyprus issued arrest warrants for those who are collaborating with the Turks. Meanwhile the Turkish FM brushes it under the carpet as all talk. For the rest, the possibility of being arrested if they ever leave turkeys jurisdiction and brought to Cyprus to face charges are very real.

He is also Saying that they will retaliate against any possible US sanctions as a result of their s400 purchase.

The EU’s appropriate measures are still looming on the horizon. Will turkey retaliate to those too? At this rate, the Turkish economy will be crippled and relations will sink even deeper in to negative territory. Maybe beyond repair, at least with the current regime.

meanwhile in Syria, turkeys positions are being hit by the Syrian army and it looks like they will be dragged even deeper in to a conflict they can’t win. Staying true to form, they open up more fronts.

At home, some commentators are saying that civil society is so polarized that the possibility of a civil war is looking ever so more likely.

Investors don’t like this, the lira has devalued by 5% these past 8 trading days as they position themselves ahead of the fall out. it does not seem from my point of view like the currency will revisit lower prices again this year. Or for some years to come with the country’s current trajectory.

the possibility of trying to manage another currency crisis will be a consequence of this all.

The longer the current ruling party remain in power, the more despair the country will face.

It will take a complete mentality shift and overhaul of domestic and foreign policy to bring the country back from the brink.
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Re: EU; that's gotta hurt. Turkey unhappy.

Postby B25 » Fri Jun 14, 2019 1:05 pm

I hope he (Erdocunt) continues along this path, only such a destruction of Turkey can strengthen our case. Who know's maybe someone might even bomb the MFs for us. Now where's Israel???? :)
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Re: EU; that's gotta hurt. Turkey unhappy.

Postby Lordo » Fri Jun 14, 2019 1:23 pm

B25 wrote:I hope he (Erdocunt) continues along this path, only such a destruction of Turkey can strengthen our case. Who know's maybe someone might even bomb the MFs for us. Now where's Israel???? :)

i have finally come to conclusion that your average gc and kakapoo is as thick as two short planks. only the other day the yank explained to you boys how much they value terggy and yanks and jews sing from the same sheet. so who the hell will they come to your aid to bomb terggy is quite hard to assertain. especially now that he is buying s400s too. bloomin heck he will have both the yanks and the bear covering his back.
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Re: EU; that's gotta hurt. Turkey unhappy.

Postby Maximus » Fri Jun 14, 2019 1:34 pm

Lordo wrote:
B25 wrote:I hope he (Erdocunt) continues along this path, only such a destruction of Turkey can strengthen our case. Who know's maybe someone might even bomb the MFs for us. Now where's Israel???? :)

i have finally come to conclusion that your average gc and kakapoo is as thick as two short planks. only the other day the yank explained to you boys ho wmuch they value terggy and yanks and jews sing from the same sheet. so who the hell will come to your aid to bomb terggy is quite hard to assertain. especially now that he is buying s400s too. bloomin heck he wil have both the ynaks and the bear coving his back.


You are one of those Turkish minions that is part of the problem. :roll:

You live in an illegitimate and highly opinionated bs fantasy world.
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Re: EU; that's gotta hurt. Turkey unhappy.

Postby Maximus » Fri Jun 14, 2019 2:36 pm

Turkey has charged 38 people, including reporters for Bloomberg for causing last years currency crisis.

Erdogan Says the lira crisis is a foreign plot to unseat him from government. Clearly he doesn’t understand how markets work and he thinks putting people in prison will solve his and turkeys problems. It just is a dangerously desperate bid to cling on to power at the country’s expense.

Many people are trying to do something about the financial and economic situation to try and hedge themselves by exchanging lira to foreign currency.

One Bloomberg reporter stated that;

One bank in turkey could not immediately meet the demand of a single customer that wanted to withdraw $5000. Visits to several other large banks was met with the same problem.

This, it seems, can get you banged up in Erdoganistan.

https://ahvalnews.com/turkish-lira/turk ... ira-crisis

I wonder who he will jail for the next one.
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