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Re: the war against Libya

Postby Maximus » Thu Feb 13, 2020 2:25 am

The USD has just crossed the TL6 to 1 mark.

The Turkish central bank was spending billions trying to support it there to no avail. The market just soaked it up and has continued going through it.

The fools are throwing good money after bad to try and correct years of mismanagement. While slashing interest rates to try and stimulate loans and economic growth. Explained and said by many economics experts, the Turks are approaching their economic problems in an unorthodox, almost contrary way to what they should be doing given inflation was running rampant. Erdogan wants growth at any cost despite the economy being well over heated and he wrote his own economic theories that he just expects to work. The economy has been gliding on previous momentum, and they think they are recovering.

No, no no. the economy is taking its last gasp as it stands on the precipice of a cliff face...

Investors are dumping the lira and confidence in Turkey is kaput. businesses are falling like domino's and filing for bankruptcy. Unemployment is rising, especially with the youth and these clowns are trying to start wars.

Yeah, its alright to go rogue.......

But when the USD approaches the TL7 mark again and accelerates towards TL10 per Dollar, there will be a big price to pay for all this wrong doing. Their children will have no prospects for the future.

Whats all this about really? For what?

Millions will be thinking about that when any wealth they had depreciates to a pittance and when there is nothing to eat.

Some hard lessons are going to be learnt once it has all been said and done.
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Re: the war against Libya

Postby B25 » Thu Feb 13, 2020 9:21 am

Don't worry Maxi, Erdocunt, will just start another war somewhere just to get his sheep to applaud him and forget about their economic problems.

The tide is turning and all we can hope for is the complete destruction of this cancerous state.

Keep going Erdi boy, you are doing us all a favour. :)
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Re: the war against Libya

Postby Maximus » Tue Feb 18, 2020 4:41 pm

Erdogan is breaking the arms embargo agreement on Libya.

Hafters forces have just bombed a cargo ship that docked in Tripoli carrying arms and ammunition sent from Turkey.

The Libyans ( most of them) see turkeys involvement in the conflict as an act of aggression.

Nothing seems to be going turkeys way. The Syrian army is also battering them in iblid and erdogan lacks support.

Turkey is on its own and can't handle her failed foreign policies on her own.

Mighty turkey eh?
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Re: the war against Libya

Postby Maximus » Sat Mar 07, 2020 8:36 pm

The libyan national army is calling for a 30km safe zone to be created in Turkey on its borders with Greece and Bulgaria and Syria.

To contain Endorgans wild terrorist adventures.

Looks like every country in the region is united against Turkey.
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Re: the war against Libya

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Mar 07, 2020 9:14 pm

...that's funny; i had to read it twice to get what you are saying: and, news like this i thought i was reading a post from B25.

Indeed the absurdity of Turkey's "Safe Zones" are exposed, if he is unwilling to cede "his" territory accordingly.

...but who will say what? No one, as in no single country will do it alone, and the unity to defend Humanity's Universal Principals has not come to its apex.

Hope is that this region is coming to realise that the wealth they are busy preparing to fight for may be valueless in thirty years. Speed is of the essence if a profitable venture in this oil and gas exploration is to be expected. This is what Erdogan is seemingly against because he wants it all: who has linked this exploration to these problems? The East Med. Gas Forum is where a chair is waiting for him, but as an equal among equals. A small change in intentions is needed. He may recognise a Cypriot People, and their Problem (having spread to the Aegean, the Middle East, off the coast of northern Africa, and Europe), may find a resolution in exchange.
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Re: the war against Libya

Postby Maximus » Sat Mar 07, 2020 9:23 pm

He is a terrorist RW, soon to be officially recognized as one. That is my opinion from observing what is going on and monitoring public opinion.

He has hijacked all government institutions, supported and funded terrorism at home and abroad and is fast becoming a human trafficker.

It does not matter which problem or issue we pick as a talking point, his Turkey is at the center of it.

There is no seat for him at the eastern med gas forum. He has to be unseated.

The Turks have to save their country, otherwise he will make it go up in smoke.
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Re: the war against Libya

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Mar 07, 2020 9:48 pm

...your evaluation on the face of it is exactly correct, in my opinion. Yet, he is just the kind of man who can effectively change the world.

His message is obscured, indeed he wants to make a better world; in infamy it seems at present, for "Turkishness" as he sees it: and he has the support of about half of the voting population.

There is the other half, not "Turkish" where he may choose to make a Legacy for the Turkish People instead; as i've said in the past, he is an expert at opportunism, therefore he can turn on a dime.

...indeed, just looking at the sequence of events, he is Warlike, and War is what every neighbour in the region should be preparing for; to be in a position of strength.

War or not, discussion (beyond the Treaty of Lausanne) will be realised.
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Re: the war against Libya

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Re: the war against Libya

Postby repulsewarrior » Mon Apr 06, 2020 7:28 pm

...the warring continues.

https://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/origin ... break.html

...a very good overview of the situation.
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Re: the war against Libya

Postby repulsewarrior » Mon May 11, 2020 8:45 pm

...child soldiers recruited in Syria,

https://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/origin ... Newsletter
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