Saturday, October 4, 2014

The boundless gall of Turkey's Erdogan

The gall of Turkey's wannabe First Caliph is vomit-inducing. More projectile vomit making is the apology from the mighty USA to this thuggish Turk.  Whatever Biden said about the Sunni nations around Iraq and Syria was 100% accurate (for once) and for speaking the truth, the USA's allies from hell go bonkers and demand apologies and worst of all .... they get them.  Sheesh!  Would Putin's administration apologize, would Xi's administration apologize?  Would anyone even dare to ask those two to do so?

There's ample proof that Turkey has opened wide her legs borders for penetration ingress of jihadis from whichever part of the world. Once they penetrated Turkey the ISIS sperm swam towards the borders of Syria. The thinking world has known this from start of the conflict in Syria.

New merchandise catering to jihadis and fans have been cropping up in Istanbul and sold openly in the bazars. Tourists to Istanbul even come back with T-shirts with the ISIS symbols and are detained for questioning at US airports.  
Here's more on one of the jihadi clothesline shops in Istanbul .... maybe Erdogan himself is one of the investors in it.

The jihadis are treated in Turkish hospitals just like they are in Israeli hospitals. 
Even aTurkish  nurse  has gone on record to say how sick it makes her to take care of these monsters.

There's so much evidence that Turkey, along with Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE, Kuwait, and other Sunni badlands PLUS Israel ... have been feeding, clothing, restoring back to health, arming, funding, weaponizing and giving logistics support to the Frankenstein spawn for the last 3 years.... I could rant and rant endlessly on the evidence all day long.

With so much evidence of wrong doing, the turd of a Turk has the gall to spew lie upon lie and demands that Biden apologize and the stupid spineless Biden does.   Ugh!!!!

From ABCNews:
Biden Apologizes to Turkey President in Phone Call

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden apologized Saturday to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who was angry over comments in which Biden said Erdogan had admitted that Turkey had made mistakes by allowing foreign fighters to cross into Syria.

Erdogan denied ever saying that and told reporters in Istanbul before Biden's apology that he "will be history for me if he has indeed used such expressions."

Biden spoke with Erdogan by phone on Saturday, the White House said.

"The vice president apologized for any implication that Turkey or other allies and partners in the region had intentionally supplied or facilitated the growth of ISIL or other violent extremists in Syria," the White House said, referring to an acronym for the Islamic State group.

The spat comes as Turkey, a NATO ally, is expected to define the role it will play in the U.S.-led coalition against the Islamic state militants who have captured a swath of Iraq and Syria, in some cases right up to the Turkish border.

Responding to questions following his speech at the Harvard Kennedy School on Thursday, Biden described Erdogan as "an old friend." Biden added: "He (Erdogan) said: 'You were right. We let too many people through.' Now they're trying to seal their border."

Erdogan said: "I have never said to him that we had made a mistake, never. If he did say this at Harvard then he has to apologize to us."

"Foreign fighters have never entered Syria from our country. They may come to our country as tourists and cross into Syria, but no one can say that they cross in with their arms," Erdogan said.

He said Turkey had prevented 6,000 suspected jihadis from entering the country and deported another 1,000.

This week Turkey's parliament approved a motion giving the government powers for military operations across the border in Syria and Iraq and for foreign troops to use Turkey's territory.

On Friday, the two men also held a telephone discussion of ways their two countries "can work together to degrade and destroy (the Islamic State group) and restore security and stability to the region," according to the White House.

At Harvard, Biden said that "our biggest problem is our allies" in responding to the civil war in Syria.

"The Turks, who are great friends — I have a great relationship with Erdogan, whom I spend a lot of time with — the Saudis, the Emiratis, etc. What were they doing? They were so determined to take down (Syrian President Bashar) Assad and essentially have a proxy Sunni-Shia war," Biden said........

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