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...the war against Greece.

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Jun 27, 2020 7:57 pm

https://www.nordicmonitor.com/2020/06/t ... t-reveals/

...plans for the invasion of Greece; nothing new, but for the record.

"According to a Power Point presentation prepared by the General Staff for an internal planning review, Turkey drew up a plan for a secret military operation named “TSK Çakabey Harekât Planlama Direktifi” (TSK [Turkish Armed Forces] Çakabey Operation Planning Directive). The document has a date of June 13, 2014, suggesting that it was most likely updated and finalized on that date after a review of an earlier version and is presumably still active."

''Acting on the advice of the MEBS commander, the General Staff’s deputy legal counsel Col. Aydın Seviş wrote to the Ankara 17th High Criminal Court on August 24, 2017, repeating the same concerns about the secret documents and urged the establishment of a commission to screen the documents. However, Turkish prosecutors appeared to have paid no attention to their concerns and included all the emails with their attachments of secret documents in the case file, exposing the highly classified information including the name of the invasion plan for Greece.

The documents confirms what Nordic Monitor previously reported with respect to Armenia. An operation codenamed “Altay,” which was the name assigned to the military action against Armenia in another document, was also incorporated into the case file by prosecutor Coşkun. The same operation name was listed in the Power Point presentation as well.''

''The Erdoğan government has been ratcheting up its belligerent rhetoric against Greece since 2013, when it was rattled by major corruption investigations that incriminated Erdoğan, his family members and business and political associates. The Turkish president, backed by his nationalist and neo-nationalist allies, has been using Greece as a punching bag to create a distraction from troubles on the domestic front. His government recently publicly backed converting Hagia Sophia, currently a museum, into a mosque, sparking a huge reaction from Greece.''
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Re: ...the war against Greece.

Postby Maximus » Sat Jun 27, 2020 8:10 pm

Like invading Greece will be easy,

he will go to hell.
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Re: ...the war against Greece.

Postby repulsewarrior » Sun Jun 28, 2020 1:04 am

...it is the Navy, his own that he is counting on; and in a couple of years he'll claim that he has superiority, in numbers at least, over the sea(s).

Indeed Greece's security is intricately aligned with other National entities who support Universal Principals, and in effect a Rule of Law; before it, free of distinction or discrimination: that any citizen around the world expects from its Judiciary.

...tough sell to a bully with the intention of getting hurt; who wants to get hurt?

One Hundred Years of Turkey in two(or three) years. (the "end of the Treaty of Lausanne" as it said). And, Election time; the big sell, but what will it be?

...it is not hard to imagine that all these disturbances, to Greece, and Cyprus, in Libya, with Egypt, even Israel, can be resolved with a small change of intentions; that Cyprus too, exists: that Cypriots exist.

The Tribute he intends to have may include some gesture from Greece, (among others), as will Turkey as an equal sit as a Member of the East Med. Gas Forum, (with benefits therefrom), even a new order in the EU; a "new" Turkey will include the recognition of Cypriots, Universal Principals, a Rule of Law, where, only the so called ''Cypriot Turks'' will feel betrayed: for Turks those not "Turks" in Turkey, there will be Hope, too. In any case, it is easy to say that this act, recognition of a Cypriot People, would receive the world's esteem.

...i am hopeful, despite the news, because if Turkey is covering every contingency, such a plan as i suggest has not been overlooked.
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