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How long till the war on terror moves to Turkey?

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It must be inevitable, given most of the other countries with predominantly Muslim populations have already had their backs broken by the US and it's lapdogs. Turkey seems to have served it's usefu… Read More
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banned2y, 3m agoPosted 2 years, 3 months ago
It must be inevitable, given most of the other countries with predominantly Muslim populations have already had their backs broken by the US and it's lapdogs.

Turkey seems to have served it's usefulness to the US and is almost redundant now.

How long to go? clearly it can't happen overnight as that country is militarily pretty powerful so will need to be broken from the inside like the others in the region.
Internal conflict, agent provocateurs, false flag operations etc etc all incoming within the next 3 years I reckon.
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banned2y, 3m agoPosted 2 years, 3 months ago
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I know someone who got banned for continually starting terrorist/religion threads. They were classed as a sort of 'agent provocateur'.

Edited By: deeky on Jan 12, 2015 17:27
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they should start now.
by chritmas, we should have a free turkey
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deeky
I know someone who got banned for continually starting terrorist/religion threads. They were classed as a sort of 'agent provocateur'.
I thought that was a brand of sexy lingerie?
1 Like #4
Probably happen next time villa win a trophy, so in none of our lifetimes. Plus has turkey not been in nato over 60 years.

Edited By: Marty1981 on Jan 12, 2015 17:28
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I think the 'breaking' is being done by extremists hellbent on bringing the world back to the dark ages
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deeky
I know someone who got banned for continually starting terrorist/religion threads. They were classed as a sort of 'agent provocateur'.
I thought that was a brand of sexy lingerie?

Well I'm sure I wouldn't know about that :)
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deeky
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deeky
I know someone who got banned for continually starting terrorist/religion threads. They were classed as a sort of 'agent provocateur'.
I thought that was a brand of sexy lingerie?

Well I'm sure I wouldn't know about that :)
Can imagine trolls wearing sexy lingerie trying to start trouble in Istanbul.
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http://i58.tinypic.com/zurps8.jpg
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99% of people in Turkey are muslim and there is a 99% seroprevalence rate for HSV in these regions.
Therefore according to the logic of one user on this forum 99% of muslims have Herpes. ;)


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epidemiology_of_herpes_simplex

Edited By: missleading on Jan 12, 2015 17:42
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missleading
99% of people in Turkey are muslim and there is a 99% seroprevalence rate for HSV in these regions.
Therefore according to the logic of one user on this forum 99% of muslims have Herpes. ;)http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epidemiology_of_herpes_simplex
I've always found Herpes to be a fairly reliable company. Much better than City Link ever were.
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deeky
I know someone who got banned for continually starting terrorist/religion threads. They were classed as a sort of 'agent provocateur'.


Got to say I think you where spot on deeky. Think some people should broaden their world view it's a bit little Britain. Feels like fear mongering with a political agenda. Feel sorry for people that live in that fear.
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I hope Turkey continues to avoid being dragged into it, considering everything that's gone on all around them it's remarkable that the whole nation appears to have kept a very cool head.

No doubt they have come under the same pressures - and more than likely possible interferences from outsiders - as their neighbours have had recently and over the years, but their calmness under pressure is there for all to see, and long may it continue.
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tryn2help
I hope Turkey continues to avoid being dragged into it, considering everything that's gone on all around them it's remarkable that the whole nation appears to have kept a very cool head.

No doubt they have come under the same pressures - and more than likely possible interferences from outsiders - as their neighbours have had recently and over the years, but their calmness under pressure is there for all to see, and long may it continue.
Plus it's a good holiday destination, so long as you can tolerate Russians at your resort.
#14
Turkey is at the border between ME and Europe with huge numbers of refugees and violence at their border.

They appear to be as involved as most.
#15
Will the US force Turkey to give the PKK their homeland as a reward for fighting ISis ? The Kurds want their homeland bad.
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davewave
Turkey is at the border between ME and Europe with huge numbers of refugees and violence at their border.

Israel appear to be as involved the most.

Corrected for you!!!
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tryn2help
I but their calmness under pressure is there for all to see
:)
http://www.motivationaltwist.com/motivational/1109/be-like-a-duck-calm-duck-motivational-1315134801.jpg
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Nash
davewave
Turkey is at the border between ME and Europe with huge numbers of refugees and violence at their border.

Israel appear to be as involved the most.

Corrected for you!!!


Thanks sweetie
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tryn2help
I hope Turkey continues to avoid being dragged into it, considering everything that's gone on all around them it's remarkable that the whole nation appears to have kept a very cool head.

No doubt they have come under the same pressures - and more than likely possible interferences from outsiders - as their neighbours have had recently and over the years, but their calmness under pressure is there for all to see, and long may it continue.

FFS dont mention the keeping of heads! oO

I mentioned Poland once, but I think I got away with it ;)
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NATO is already interested in defending turkey and missiles are on there way to defend it as i write this

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