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Just a few photos of Kurdish uprising in South-East Turkey which may be a sign of upcoming (already started?) civil war. For some reason, media tend to "not see" them:

 

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You Russian Slavs better support the Kurds and Armenians.


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And remember my friend, future events such as these will affect you in the future.


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Yes, PhoenixRu, any word on Russia backing the Kurds?

 

Frankly, no idea. I have no connections in Kremlin, the only thing i can do is make guesses basing on what i can extract from media :)


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I have more posts than you

 

My sincere congratulations, mate. Other hand i have a better likes/posts ratio.


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I have more posts than you

 

My sincere congratulations, mate. Other hand i have a better likes/posts ratio.

 

 

Lol. So much snark in this post. 



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I like that. "Hey you there. Russian guy. What's Putin thinking right now?" :p


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Erdogan: Democracy, freedom and rule of law have no value

 

He says this stuff and it is so obvious he wants to make Turkey a totalitarian state and yet people are stupid and don't call him out. Particularly other NATO members and people who vote for him. That's because he wants a totalitarian Islamic theocracy as the future of Turkey.

 

Remove them from NATO please.

 

https://www.rt.com/n...ocracy-freedom/


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Another terrorist attack in Istanbul. This becoming a routine:

 



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Erdogan: Democracy, freedom and rule of law have no value

 

He says this stuff and it is so obvious he wants to make Turkey a totalitarian state and yet people are stupid and don't call him out. Particularly other NATO members and people who vote for him. That's because he wants a totalitarian Islamic theocracy as the future of Turkey.

 

Remove them from NATO please.

 

https://www.rt.com/n...ocracy-freedom/

Well don't expect anything from us USicans. We're chums with Saudi Arabia, which already is a totalitarian Islamic theocracy.


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Germans made a music video and apparently the Turks were so outraged they summoned the German ambassador to demand the video be banned.

 

Apparently Erdogan thinks that because he has crushed freedom of expression in his own country he can demand other countries do the same.

 


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That's 1st class political satire if I've ever saw it. Either way, i feel like erdogan is going to die or kicked out soon. Someone's probably going to shoot him, or he's going to be politically out maneuvered by some guy either in the army or in his own party. I just can't imagine him leading a stable reign being this reactive, and autocratic in what would be called a more secular Islamic nation.


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The fact that Loonytoon Merkel is bending over for Erdogan's demands lately is completely outrageous. Under Erdogan, Turkey has become increasingly authoritarian,nationalistic, corrupt, religious, and has directly funded ISIS. Erdogan's Turkey has no place in the EU, or Nato; sanctions should be imposed on Turkey for its actions. If European leaders of the 18th, 19th and early 20th century saw how this scum has Europe by the throat, they would die of heart attacks.


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That's 1st class political satire if I've ever saw it. Either way, i feel like erdogan is going to die or kicked out soon. Someone's probably going to shoot him, or he's going to be politically out maneuvered by some guy either in the army or in his own party. I just can't imagine him leading a stable reign being this reactive, and autocratic in what would be called a more secular Islamic nation.

 

The longer he stays on the worse the outcome for the country and for Europe and the Middle East. I assume a Kurdish militant will probably assassinate him. He is literally the most dangerous man in the world.



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I don't like him at all. Turkey and Qatar support the Islamist breakaway government in Libya, which is now only stalling unity against the much bigger ISIS threat. It doesn't make me happy when foreigners are puppeteering my country's politics into chaos.


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If a Kurd killed Erdogan, it'd be instant civil war.

 

I definitely think he's among the most dangerous men in the world. Wouldn't put him higher than a lot of people who are simply part of the status quo in the rest of the developed world, though. Or many of the current US presidential candidates, if they got in. Or Kim Jong Un. But yeah, the fact that this autocrat is in charge of Turkey while the world, especially the Middle East, is as volatile as it is, is pretty alarming. I was very concerned about that rumour a month ago that they were going to march into Syria with Saudi Arabia. Frankly, it sounds like exactly the sort of thing both those asshole governments would do, and it's the stuff of WWIII.


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It doesn't make me happy when foreigners are puppeteering my country's politics into chaos.

 

You had Qaddafi & you killed him... i'm sure i already told you about "letter of Libyan intellectual" meme.



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Yes, in grade 6 I was in sirte and it was my bullet that entered ghadaffis head. While we're at it, I also head IS in Libya.

EDIT: How can I forget, I am also in charge of several rebel organizations in Syria, and you think the Houthis lead themselves? Nope, also me.
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Sometimes word "you" doesn't mean you personally.



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I don't think you know how to use the word properly yet. If you want to over-generalize the actions of millions of people for your political agenda, just replace "you" with "Libyans" in your post next time.

 

For example:

 

 

Libyans had Qaddafi & Libyans killed him... i'm sure i already told you about "letter of Libyan intellectual" meme.

 

You see, now it properly reeks of the nationalist's blame game.


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Do not get angry, i just pointed out the obvious reason of why your country has became the plaything of foreigners. If you (Libyans) understood it before you did what you did...







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