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I disagree. The Kurds (whatever you may think of them) have tenaciously been fighting the jew-backed terrorists of the Islamic State, whereas the Turk scum supported them from day one because they were hoping that ISIS would defeat one of Turkey’s main enemies in the region, Syria’s honorable anti-zionist president Bashar al-Assad.

When the Russians decided to fight the bloodthirsty ISIS terrorists and protect the Syrian people from their horrific crimes, the Turk scum were furious and did everything they could to hinder Russia’s progress – they even shot down a Russian jet, which led to the killing of the pilot:


https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-eu...ria-not-turkey

Do you trust and support people like that? I certainly don’t.


Turkey is much, much more jewed than the Kurds. You can read about it in the following thread:

Jewish influence in the Muslim world

https://vnnforum.com/showpost.php?p=2275951&postcount=1


Erdogan always makes such statements when he wants the Muslim populace to support his policies, but they’re nothing more than empty words because the relationship between Turkey and Pissrael remains solid:


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israel–Turkey_relations


Just empty words.


Yes, that’s the true face of the Turk. These despicable pieces of garbage still defend the crimes, atrocities and genocides that they have committed against other peoples: Armenians, Kurds, Eastern Europeans, etc.
Here are some of the things that have happened as a result of Turkey's illegal bombing/invasion of northern Syria:

At least 100,000 people have been forced to flee their homes, and when Middle Easterners are displaced, they usually end up in Western countries as refugees.

Bloodthirsty, psychopathic terrorists from the jew-backed Islamic State have been able to break out of prison because the Kurdish soldiers who have been guarding them are succumbing to the attacks of the Islamic State's Turkish allies.

Erdogan is saying that if European leaders criticize his illegal attacks against Syria, he will flood Europe with refugees, even though he has already received huge sums of money from Europe to prevent just that.

Now, how is any of this good for white people?
 
Old 4 Days Ago #2862
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Syrian troops enter Kurdish fight against Turkish forces


Syrian troops have begun sweeping into Kurdish-held territory on a collision course with Turkish forces and their allies, a day after the beleaguered Kurds agreed to hand over key cities to Damascus in exchange for protection.
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The prospect of fighting between Syrian troops and Turkish soldiers and their allies raised deep concerns over the security of the estimated 11,000 Isis fighters and their families who are detained across the region. At least 750 people with links to the terrorist group escaped from detention camps in the area on Sunday.
https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...turkish-forces

If I have to choose between Syria's legitimate, honorable, civilized, anti-zionist president Bashar al-Assad and the greedy, opportunistic, ruthless, murderous, pro-ISIS piece of Turk shit Erdogan, then I choose the former. But hey, that's just me.
 
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The jews want Syria destroyed because they view it as a threat to the hegemony of the genocidal bandit state of Pissrael. The Turk shit Erdogan is implementing the jewish agenda by bombing northern Syria, killing its citizens, displacing at least 100,000 people (who might end up as refugees in Western countries, another bonus for the jews), destroying the infrastructure and making it easier for the bloodthirsty, jew-backed terrorists of the Islamic State to escape from the prisons that Kurdish soldiers threw them into.

Turk shit Erdogan is now saying that his murderous attacks in Syria are going to be like the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974, i.e. he's bragging about how his so-called people invaded and occupied a European country with a long and rich history, thereby showing us for the umpteenth time that he's not just anti-Kurdish and anti-Syrian, but also anti-white. And yet he has fan boys here on VNN (not just in this thread, but also in the long, consolidated thread about American soldiers).
 
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The jews want Syria destroyed because they view it as a threat to the hegemony of the genocidal bandit state of Pissrael. The Turk shit Erdogan is implementing the jewish agenda by bombing northern Syria, killing its citizens, displacing at least 100,000 people (who might end up as refugees in Western countries, another bonus for the jews), destroying the infrastructure and making it easier for the bloodthirsty, jew-backed terrorists of the Islamic State to escape from the prisons that Kurdish soldiers threw them into.

Turk shit Erdogan is now saying that his murderous attacks in Syria are going to be like the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974, i.e. he's bragging about how his so-called people invaded and occupied a European country with a long and rich history, thereby showing us for the umpteenth time that he's not just anti-Kurdish and anti-Syrian, but also anti-white. And yet he has fan boys here on VNN (not just in this thread, but also in the long, consolidated thread about American soldiers).
I never said Erdogan was a saint. I just hope he kicks u.s. green niggers out of Turkey, and by default Syria and the rest of the Middle East and withdraws from the North Atlantic Terrorist Organization. Anything that weakens NATO and the JewSA is good in my book, even if it's done by the Turks. Sending rapeugees into Europe? No, I'm certainly not in favor of that. If European militaries stopped them from entering Europe like they're supposed to instead of being mercenaries for Shitrael, that situation wouldn't exist, either.
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Default Disaster for Washington and its Kurdish 'Rojava' nation-building project in northern Syria

Last night, Kurdish officials in northeastern Syria issued a statement that an agreement has been reached with the government in Damascus allowing the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) to takeover key strategic positions along Syria's northern border with Turkey.

Not surprisingly, cheers can he heard from Damascus to Moscow, and Tehran, too, while leaving Washington's foreign policy blob visibly moaning in agony.

The reality of the situation is that Turkey sprung a trap set by Damascus and its allies. In doing so, Turkey helped to clean up what was previously a near impossible situation for Damascus.

While much of the western mainstream media has laboured over 'Trump's decision' to pull-out US troops from Syria, there are other factors which have been driving the current situation. If you've been monitoring the Turkish press over the last few years, you would know that Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has been eager to fire-up his AKP base at home and project Neo-Ottoman power regionally, so this latest Turkish foray into Syria can be seen as a resumption of the 'New Turkey' - the AKP's gradual transformation of Turkey from a secular Kemalist state, to an Islamic one. This gradual revolution is not confined within Turkey's own borders though, as it hopes to extend its micro-colonial project of Sunnification to include areas in question located inside and along Syria's northern border with Turkey.

Hence, Ankara has moved its forces into Syrian territory for the third time in as many years, this time dubbed "Operation Peace Spring," and with Erdogan justifying the move under the auspices of 'fighting terrorism,' vowing once again to secure the country's national security by stamping-out the Kurdish YPG-PKK 'terrorist threat' embedded in northern Syria. He may have achieved some marginal success in this department, but not in the way most mainstream pundits think.






Unknowingly perhaps (or not), Turkey helped towards resolving at least three separate problems which had been grating at Damascus and Moscow for at least the last three years. Firstly, the Turkish incursion has finally displaced uninvited US military forces that had begun illegally occupying northeastern Syria since late 2016, effectively propping-up their SDF (Syrian Democratic Forces) Kurdish-led proxy militants, many of whom share membership with Kurdish YPG/PKK militant groups.

This weekend has shown the world that, without its US protection, Kurdish-led forces are not as viable as they have been depicted in the western media, now exposed to the painful reality that their 'autonomous' status in northeastern Syria is on borrowed time, evidenced by the fact that they failed to protect Kurdish residents from the Turkish military and their jihadi vanguard ground forces, formerly known as Free Syrian Army (FSA), who've rather cynically rebranded themselves now to the 'Syrian National Army'.

With Syrian Kurdish forces now on their back heels, they were left with no other option than to approach Damascus to negotiate an alliance. That agreement was inked this weekend, with the SAA now heading towards key towns and cities in the northeast of Syria including one of the centers of fighting - the hotly contested Syrian border town of Kobani. This new reality also means that Turkish military will not willingly fire upon SAA forces inside of Syrian sovereign territory, although Turkey's jihadist FSA/SNA militias might engage with its old nemesis. Those side skirmishes could prolong instability, but they are not nearly as insurmountable as entrenched US forces in the area.

https://www.sott.net/article/422046-...-other-options


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Here are some of the things that have happened as a result of Turkey's illegal bombing/invasion of northern Syria:

At least 100,000 people have been forced to flee their homes, and when Middle Easterners are displaced, they usually end up in Western countries as refugees.
Most of the Kurds fleed back to Iraq.

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Bloodthirsty, psychopathic terrorists from the jew-backed Islamic State have been able to break out of prison because the Kurdish soldiers who have been guarding them are succumbing to the attacks of the Islamic State's Turkish allies.
I've heard the same narrative pushed by Zionist neocons on the enemy controlled, and pro-pissreali Fox News channel.

Where is your evidence that Turkey supports ISIS?

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Erdogan is saying that if European leaders criticize his illegal attacks against Syria, he will flood Europe with refugees, even though he has already received huge sums of money from Europe to prevent just that.
The E-jew, along with most of the individual nation's leadership, and elected political parties, want every refugee in Turkey's possession. And this is where Erdogan is grossy mistaken.

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Now, how is any of this good for white people?
Look at the bigger picture, and you'll see a trend developing where the US/EU/Pissreal/NATO alliance appears to be fracturing. There is no bigger criminal alliance on the globe than this party. There is no group on the planet who's agenda is more anti-White.

The EU's days are numbered, IMO, and any development such as this serves to put further strain on this alliance.
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I've heard the same narrative pushed by Zionist neocons on the enemy controlled, and pro-pissreali Fox News channel.

Where is your evidence that Turkey supports ISIS?
Seriously, Crowe? You mean you missed the countless articles about the Turkey–ISIS alliance that have been published on credible news sites (and most likely reposted on VNN) over the last couple of years? Here are just a couple of examples:

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World News May 21, 2015 / 3:19 PM / 4 years ago

Exclusive: Turkish intelligence helped ship arms to Syrian Islamist rebel areas


Humeyra Pamuk, Nick Tattersall

ADANA, Turkey (Reuters) - Turkey’s state intelligence agency helped deliver arms to parts of Syria under Islamist rebel control during late 2013 and early 2014, according to a prosecutor and court testimony from gendarmerie officers seen by Reuters.

The witness testimony contradicts Turkey’s denials that it sent arms to Syrian rebels and, by extension, contributed to the rise of Islamic State, now a major concern for the NATO member.

Syria and some of Turkey’s Western allies say Turkey, in its haste to see President Bashar al-Assad toppled, let fighters and arms over the border, some of whom went on to join the Islamic State militant group which has carved a self-declared caliphate out of parts of Syria and Iraq.
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-m...0O61L220150521

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Russian Defense Ministry Presents Evidence of Turkey's Involvement in ISIS Oil Trade


The Russian Defense Ministry presents photos of oil convoys at the Syria-Turkey border

RI Staff Wed, Dec 2, 2015

Turkey's President-for-life said he would resign if it could be shown that his government was buying oil from ISIS. Well, the Russian Defense Ministry just established that oil tankers are, without a doubt, flowing into Turkey from Syria:
https://russia-insider.com/en/politi...-trade/ri11606

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German MSM Blacks Out Evidence of Turkey's Ties to ISIS Oil


Western media constructs a totally separate reality for its audience

(RT Deutsch) Tue, Dec 15, 2015

On December 2nd, the Russian Ministry of Defense gave a comprehensive briefing and provided proof related to the allegations that Turkey has been involved in the oil smuggling operation of the "Islamic State." There's both photographic and video evidence of this, plus maps. In the main German newscasts of ARD and ZDF, there was no mention of this press conference. It was also not mentioned in the national newspapers. Reader comments making reference to the press conference in Moscow were deleted.
https://russia-insider.com/en/silenc...idence/ri11794

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Turkish invasion creates better conditions for Islamic State terrorists as it creates chaos, Assad’s key adviser tells RT


16 Oct, 2019 11:55

There is a risk of an Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) resurgence in Syria, and it is Turkey’s invasion of the northeast that should be blamed, Bouthaina Shaaban, a political adviser to Syrian President Bashar Assad, told RT.
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“Every war creates chaos and chaos is a good climate for terrorism. So this invasion creates better climate for ISIS terrorists,” she said, referring to the terrorist group by its old name. “But the major force that is fighting for Turkey now are the Jabhat al-Nusra. So the terrorists are led by Turkey now to occupy part of the Syrian land.”

“And from beginning it was Turkey, who allowed terrorists from all over the world to cross the border and fight this war against the Syrian people.”
https://www.rt.com/news/471054-turke...syria-shaaban/
 
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Seriously, Crowe? You mean you missed the countless articles about the Turkey–ISIS alliance that have been published on credible news sites (and most likely reposted on VNN) over the last couple of years? Here are just a couple of examples:
I do remember reading about Turkey supposedly buying oil for under the market price from "militants" in Syria, who seized control of some of the oil wells.

The main agitating force in Syria was the USA, and pissreal, not Turkey. I'm not claiming Turkey is a saint here, and they most definitely took advantage of opportunities that presented themselves for their own benefit.

It was the USA that agitated the situation with Turkey by backing Kurds in Northern Syria, and Turkey's response to that was to back jihadists loyal to them in the region. Yes, I think Turkey prefers ISIS over Kurds. ISIS might be a generalization where many different groups are named under that label by the media, even if it's not true.

The USA and the US media has a habit of referring to ISIS as "Syrian rebels" or "Freedom fighters" when they're fighting for US and pissreali interests, and everyone else is ISIS, even though both the Russians and Syrians refer to the US backed rebels as terrorists/ISIS. So who is and isn't ISIS really depends on who you ask, and what their agenda is. The ones engaging in the worst atrocities in Syria were the US backed terrorists. Turkey no doubt used a proxy of their own to fight with Kurds in Northern Syria, and therefore they're "ISIS" from the USA's perspective.

But now it's looking like the situation has changed. Turkish aggression in Syria helped lead to the USA's withdrawal, and encouraged Kurds to come to the table to negotiate with Assad. Seems likely that the situation will deescalate. I don't think Turkey will go to war with Syrian forces, and if they do, I will be a fierce critic. If Erdogan tries to take part of Northern Syria and call it Turkey, I will be a critic.
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Has the Kurdish death toll reached six gorillion yet since the US turned the Middle East over to Putin?!?!? ������
 
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Kurds are a US backed invasion force into Syria, who are officially there to steal land from Syrians and take it as part of Kurdistan. The USA was planning on winning in Syria, meaning Assad gets removed, and a Zionist puppet gets put in his place. And they enlisted the Kurds for this purpose with a promise of supporting a Kurdistan.

Turkey no doubt got wind of these plans, and were waiting for an opportune moment to throw a wrench in this Zionist operation.

This wasn't a spur of the moment decision by the Turks, and they likely had plans to send troops in for quite some time. Turkey waited for the perfect moment to execute this plan. Support for the Zionist occupation in Syria was dwindling, much to the chagrin of Zionist neocons in the USA, and the USA was starting to look less decisive and confident about their odds of success of ousting Assad, which was the plan in Syria from the beginning, not "fighting ISIS".

If the USA was honest with the people about their intentions from the beginning, there would have been even less support for this unpopular war. So they had to make a new public enemy #1, ISIS/IS/Daesh (intentionally obfuscated), who throws fags off rooftops, burns people with gasoline in dramatic fashions and beheads people on video. And if that wasn't enough, they appeal to bleeding heart christ insaners, when ISIS targets christian Yazidi women and children. So, basically everyone has a reason to hate this new, manufactured enemy.

Chump: I'm gonna smash ISIS! - To a round of applause from White christian harelips at Chump rallies. Campaigns against foreign wars, but, BUT! We have to smash ISIS! Even through he's tired of the USA being the worlds police force, let's do it one more time in defence of all the faggots getting thrown off rooftops in Syria, and Yazidi women put into slavery....
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