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Re: Turkey is bankrupt

Postby Get Real! » Wed Apr 22, 2020 12:21 am

Maximus wrote:Turkey needs a lifeline, a bail out.

because she is bankrupt.

That is all I am reporting.

It’s nothing that unkie Trump can’t sort out, and in a crisis America would sooner sort out its henchmen than its own citizens!

Unfortunately, America considers Turkey to be “indispensable” because they control the Bosporus Bridge which leads to southern Russia.

And although Turkey is no military match for Russia, they do consider Turkey to be somewhat “containing” Russia in the south, should the “red army” head further south from there.

This notion may sound foolish by today’s standards, but it does goes back many decades when armaments and the situation were different, but somehow Turkey remains tagged to this day as “critical ally” from old NATO defensive plans and seemingly stuck there! (to Turkey's benefit of course)

Ah well... :?

PS: Needless to mention why the CyProb is never sorted…
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Re: Turkey is bankrupt

Postby Paphitis » Wed Apr 22, 2020 3:11 am

Get Real! wrote:You ain’t got much there Maximus. :roll:

As one of arch-criminal America’s henchmen, Turkey need only cry a little over the phone to god-pimp Trump to secure a few billion dollars in non-returnable handouts... and America has an array of colorful ways of legalizing the abuse of US citizen’s tax money, when it comes to lining the pockets of its criminal fold.

But don’t get me wrong Maximus, I’d be the first to celebrate if Turkey were to go down but over the decades I’ve connected the dots of this criminal empire… and know only too well that unless America goes down Turkey won’t be following... unfortunately.


Err sorry...but these days I think Trump would be laughing at Erdogan if he picked up the phone and started to cry like a little bitch.

Has Turkey received any F-35s yet?

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/07/ ... 23465.html

looks like Trump is the messiah you have been waiting for Get Real but you can't see it. :D
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Re: Turkey is bankrupt

Postby Paphitis » Wed Apr 22, 2020 3:15 am

Get Real! wrote:
Maximus wrote:Turkey needs a lifeline, a bail out.

because she is bankrupt.

That is all I am reporting.

It’s nothing that unkie Trump can’t sort out, and in a crisis America would sooner sort out its henchmen than its own citizens!

Unfortunately, America considers Turkey to be “indispensable” because they control the Bosporus Bridge which leads to southern Russia.

And although Turkey is no military match for Russia, they do consider Turkey to be somewhat “containing” Russia in the south, should the “red army” head further south from there.

This notion may sound foolish by today’s standards, but it does goes back many decades when armaments and the situation were different, but somehow Turkey remains tagged to this day as “critical ally” from old NATO defensive plans and seemingly stuck there! (to Turkey's benefit of course)

Ah well... :?

PS: Needless to mention why the CyProb is never sorted…


Unkie Trump is busy looking after America right now.

the last thing on Unkie trump's mind is Turkey. In fact, I bet Unkie Trump's Jewish Son in Law doesn't like Turkey at all and probably been talking to his father in Law about Cyprus and Greece which btw the Americans are looking at including (in Greece's case) as a partner in the F-35 JSF program.

Apparently Unkie trump and Unkie Mitsotakis got along like a house on fire. Unkie Trump liked Mitsotakis and I think Unkie Trump was very impressed with the way Unkie Mitsotakis handled the illegal immigrant invasion and have been sharing notes on building border walls. :D
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Re: Turkey is bankrupt

Postby erolz66 » Wed Apr 22, 2020 6:54 am

Maximus wrote:I said the Turkish economy is fckd and is going to be fckd within 3 months. You said it wasnt but well, it is........


Memory is a funny thing

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Re: Turkey is bankrupt

Postby AlanwithoneL » Thu Apr 30, 2020 5:51 pm

Maximus wrote:Turkey is on the verge of bankruptcy,

How she manages to put fuel in jets and ships to violate Greece's airspace and Cyprus's EEZ is beyond me.

The Lira is 3 cents away from all time lows against the US dollar and the IMF is knocking on her door.

Covid-19 is taking a further toll on business which is accelerating bankruptcies.

Mafia bosses and rapists are being pardoned but journalists and political opposition figures are left to rot in Turkish jail.

At least the soup kitchens are flourishing


https://www.ft.com/content/8602c2da-f1d ... 8bf8b9e311

Where they getting petrol money from? Maximus, you know economy well, you seem to be special in Turkish Finance. Can you explain what the hell Turkey is playing at?

A Turkish military cargo plane touched down on American soil this week shortly after the US reached the alarming milestone of a million confirmed coronavirus cases.

Inside was a shipment of protective medical equipment, including 500,000 surgical masks. The boxes were marked with Turkish and American flags and a quote from Jalaluddin Rumi, the 13th century Persian poet who is buried in modern-day Turkey. It read: “After hopelessness, there is so much hope and after darkness, there is the much brighter sun.”

The delivery to Andrews air base just outside Washington DC was the latest in a series of international dispatches of medical supplies ordered by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Since the start of the global coronavirus outbreak, Turkey has sent aid to 55 countries including the UK, China, Pakistan, Israel and Palestine, as well as several Balkan nations and African states. 
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Re: Turkey is bankrupt

Postby B25 » Thu Apr 30, 2020 7:17 pm

Its called sucking up to countries when you know you are in the shits and are going to need allies. Some BS medical supplies ffs, whoopee di do.
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Re: Turkey is bankrupt

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu Apr 30, 2020 7:44 pm

This has to be the first time, that i remember, America, taking charity from anyone. America has never asked, or accepted, such help before; is it an indication of the urgency of this epidemic (read: disaster)?

...fluff for the masses; an indication to them that Turkey is a step ahead in this crisis. Poetry on the boxes, and flags; how long did that take, talk about "urgency".

America will have to show their gratitude many times over, to Turkey, for "this", i expect.

One hopes America has the where with all to return the favour in kind, for the People of Turkey, and now.
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Re: Turkey is bankrupt

Postby Kikapu » Thu Apr 30, 2020 8:32 pm

B25 wrote:Its called sucking up to countries when you know you are in the shits and are going to need allies. Some BS medical supplies ffs, whoopee di do.

Absolutely B25. Turkey is in the shits economically and politically, so they figured if they send some low value low cost supplies to different countries, especially to the countries that count like the USA and major European countries, they will reel much high valued economic and political gains later, or at least that is their aim. It is just a “carpet merchant’s trading” technique. Turkey can’t stop announcing to the world for each delivery they send, supplies that was not asked for, I am sure by major countries. These countries know Erdogan’s end game so not to be seen ungrateful, they take it, but it doesn’t stop Erdogan exploiting the so called “humanitarian aid”. When someone gives something as a gift, one does not expect anything in return, but not Turkey. In any case, their attempt to get what they want has not worked with the Americans nor with the Europeans, economically or politically. Turkey can brag all they want in “helping with their soft power”, but it is all for nothing.
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Re: Turkey is bankrupt

Postby Maximus » Fri May 01, 2020 12:37 pm

He just wanted to prove that Turkey has money to fuel a plane.

Everything to do with Turkeys economy and finances must be alright then.
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Re: Turkey is bankrupt

Postby Kikapu » Fri May 01, 2020 12:48 pm

Maximus wrote:He just wanted to prove that Turkey has money to fuel a plane.

Everything to do with Turkeys economy and finances must be alright then.


You are assuming Turkey paid for the operational cost to make the deliveries. :D

It would not surprise me if the recipients were asked to pay for the cost of delivery. :D
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