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Re: Turkish Soldiers in Afghanistan

Postby Paphitis » Wed Jul 21, 2021 4:40 pm

Erdogan coming to the aid of the Taliban hey?

mmmm yanks are making a terrible mistake.
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Re: Turkish Soldiers in Afghanistan

Postby Kikapu » Wed Jul 21, 2021 4:56 pm

Paphitis wrote:Erdogan coming to the aid of the Taliban hey?

mmmm yanks are making a terrible mistake.


Have you thought perhaps the West is feeding Turkey to the lions, I mean to the Taliban?

The Taliban will be able to overrun the Kabul airport overnight once NATO completely pull out of Afghanistan.

What can the Turkish 500 strong military personnel going to do against the Taliban?

Either Erdogan is going to play along with the Taliban and be a “yes man” or he will get his soldiers killed.

To the Taliban, Turkey is NATO, so good luck to Turkey to be trusted by the Taliban.
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Re: Turkish Soldiers in Afghanistan

Postby Paphitis » Wed Jul 21, 2021 5:01 pm

Kikapu wrote:
Paphitis wrote:Erdogan coming to the aid of the Taliban hey?

mmmm yanks are making a terrible mistake.


Have you thought perhaps the West is feeding Turkey to the lions, I mean to the Taliban?

The Taliban will be able to overrun the Kabul airport overnight once NATO completely pull out of Afghanistan.

What can the Turkish 500 strong military personnel going to do against the Taliban?

Either Erdogan is going to play along with the Taliban and be a “yes man” or he will get his soldiers killed.

To the Taliban, Turkey is NATO, so good luck to Turkey to be trusted by the Taliban.


Turkey wants to help the Taliban.

Either way, the Taliban is extremely nasty. I feel very sorry for the Afghan people.

Poor bastards can't get a break.

I don't think it will be that easy for the Taliban to over run Kabul. Regional areas, yes.
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Re: Turkish Soldiers in Afghanistan

Postby Londonrake » Wed Jul 21, 2021 9:40 pm

I love the way they're saying that the US has to finance it all and are insisting upon various other terms. Then again - sleepy Joe's probably the man.
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Re: Turkish Soldiers in Afghanistan

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu Jul 22, 2021 1:49 am

...it is about Iran, Pakistan, and, Turkey; their plans over Iraq, Syria, and Egypt.

The Afghans have nothing to do with these plans but they will be divided (just like in Cyprus, religiously).

And in Africa, their influence grows.
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Re: Turkish Soldiers in Afghanistan

Postby Lordo » Thu Jul 22, 2021 12:08 pm

Kikapu wrote:
Paphitis wrote:Erdogan coming to the aid of the Taliban hey?

mmmm yanks are making a terrible mistake.


Have you thought perhaps the West is feeding Turkey to the lions, I mean to the Taliban?

The Taliban will be able to overrun the Kabul airport overnight once NATO completely pull out of Afghanistan.

What can the Turkish 500 strong military personnel going to do against the Taliban?

Either Erdogan is going to play along with the Taliban and be a “yes man” or he will get his soldiers killed.

To the Taliban, Turkey is NATO, so good luck to Turkey to be trusted by the Taliban.

Have you considered what theTurks did in 1964 with about 100 doldiers in Cyprus. That will answer your question. There is hundreds of thousands of Turkic speaking that can mobilise. Few years back I remeber one commander called Abdul Rashid Dostum. I wonder if he is stil there, if not his sons will be there.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abdul_Rashid_Dostum#:~:text=Dostum%20was%20a%20major%20army%20commander%20in%20the,siding%20with%20winners%20during%20different%20wars%20in%20Afghanistan.
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Re: Turkish Soldiers in Afghanistan

Postby Lordo » Thu Jul 22, 2021 4:14 pm

Had another look at it, there must be over 5 million Turkic speakers there which is about 18% of the population too. Now that sounds familiar does it not.

I mean what they can do with 18% population. I can see Asghanistan heading for a BBF solution to their problems. And why not I say?
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Re: Turkish Soldiers in Afghanistan

Postby Oceanside50 » Fri Jul 23, 2021 6:09 am

My theory is that Erdie wants to control the Kabul airport in order for him and his buddies to be able to smuggle tons and tons of Afghan heroin, into turkey and from there to Europe … I don’t think it’s a coincidence that in America there’s been an opiate epidemic for the past couple of decades..
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Re: Turkish Soldiers in Afghanistan

Postby Maximus » Fri Jul 23, 2021 9:47 am

Lordo wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Paphitis wrote:Erdogan coming to the aid of the Taliban hey?

mmmm yanks are making a terrible mistake.


Have you thought perhaps the West is feeding Turkey to the lions, I mean to the Taliban?

The Taliban will be able to overrun the Kabul airport overnight once NATO completely pull out of Afghanistan.

What can the Turkish 500 strong military personnel going to do against the Taliban?

Either Erdogan is going to play along with the Taliban and be a “yes man” or he will get his soldiers killed.

To the Taliban, Turkey is NATO, so good luck to Turkey to be trusted by the Taliban.

Have you considered what theTurks did in 1964 with about 100 doldiers in Cyprus. That will answer your question. There is hundreds of thousands of Turkic speaking that can mobilise. Few years back I remeber one commander called Abdul Rashid Dostum. I wonder if he is stil there, if not his sons will be there.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abdul_Rashid_Dostum#:~:text=Dostum%20was%20a%20major%20army%20commander%20in%20the,siding%20with%20winners%20during%20different%20wars%20in%20Afghanistan.


You deluded fool,

Cyprus was unarmed, and only a short distance away from Turkey.

500 Turks might be able to secure an airport for a few weeks, until reinforcements are needed.

But that is dependent on how much Erdogans beleifs align with the Taliban.

Going by his statements, they might become bed fellows which is not the look a "credible" leader of an Eu candidate country wants to give to his country.

In the meantime, the US and France are training Kurdish militants in light, medium and heavy weapons in northern Syria, while they stick sanctions on the Turks.
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Re: Turkish Soldiers in Afghanistan

Postby Lordo » Fri Jul 23, 2021 12:44 pm

Maximus wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Paphitis wrote:Erdogan coming to the aid of the Taliban hey?

mmmm yanks are making a terrible mistake.


Have you thought perhaps the West is feeding Turkey to the lions, I mean to the Taliban?

The Taliban will be able to overrun the Kabul airport overnight once NATO completely pull out of Afghanistan.

What can the Turkish 500 strong military personnel going to do against the Taliban?

Either Erdogan is going to play along with the Taliban and be a “yes man” or he will get his soldiers killed.

To the Taliban, Turkey is NATO, so good luck to Turkey to be trusted by the Taliban.

Have you considered what theTurks did in 1964 with about 100 doldiers in Cyprus. That will answer your question. There is hundreds of thousands of Turkic speaking that can mobilise. Few years back I remeber one commander called Abdul Rashid Dostum. I wonder if he is stil there, if not his sons will be there.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abdul_Rashid_Dostum#:~:text=Dostum%20was%20a%20major%20army%20commander%20in%20the,siding%20with%20winners%20during%20different%20wars%20in%20Afghanistan.


You deluded fool,

Cyprus was unarmed, and only a short distance away from Turkey.

500 Turks might be able to secure an airport for a few weeks, until reinforcements are needed.

But that is dependent on how much Erdogans beleifs align with the Taliban.

Going by his statements, they might become bed fellows which is not the look a "credible" leader of an Eu candidate country wants to give to his country.

In the meantime, the US and France are training Kurdish militants in light, medium and heavy weapons in northern Syria, while they stick sanctions on the Turks.

You really should keep out of politics as you really have not even basi understanding of whatis going on.

When you say Cyprus was unarmed, you must be fucking joking. The Greeks had bought thousands of tonnes of heavy weapons and they actually said it was for external threats not against TCs back in 1964. What do you mean Cyprus was unarmed?

As to what 500 soldiers you clearly did not realise what 100 Turkish Soldiers did in Cyprus back in 1964 in preparing and training the TCs to defend themsleves agaist the GC attacks. Otherwise your lovel boys would have wiped out al the TCs from Cyprus especially if they did not agree to the changes of the constitution even before it was implements claimingit wil not work unless the TCs are reduced to a minority status.

Like fuck. Sling your hook boy. learn what really goes on and then comment.

Turkey can organise and arm and train at least 100,000 militia in Afghanistan and they will be a match to the Taliban and Taliban will not enter the Turkic Enclave just like the GCs who were unable to Enter the TC enclaves. Afghanistan wil be split sooner or later. So will Iraq and Syria too. Even if it is Cyprus style split. They will ot return to being a unitary state.

Whatch this space. Only time will tell if different groups will be able to patch their differenced. If Cyprus is anything to go by those who are in majority will not want to give up their power and those who are minority in numbers will not accept a minorty status. So back to good oll Sheeprus again as it were.

Now pickthat dummy up FFS and let the adults talk.
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