Sunday, October 2, 2016

Can you see the coming end of Erdogan's Turkey?

One has to pay for one's sins - sooner than later.  By conspiring with foreign powers to do the dirty on its neighbour Syria, Erdogan+gang sided with the dying US Empire, an empire well-known to push unwanted allies under the bus once they have successfully accomplished the Empire's bidding. US/UK/Israel/KSA/France has no more use for Erdogan.  The division of Syria is well under way and now it's time to start the division of Turkey, a NATO member, the strongest and mightiest NATO member after the US.

Whether the coup attempt was USA-engineered or Erdogan's ingenious chess move, makes no difference now.  Erdogan's Turkey is on the way out.  So... let's keep track and see how many years it will take.  Just as US+gang smuggled WMDs to the enemies of Syria's Assad, I very much suspect that the same gang must have already laid down the groundwork for similar scenario in Turkey.  Wait, watch and see the unfolding of events as time goes by.

The coming civil war in Turkey - some of the apparent evidence of it given below from events that took place in September 2016.

Seven soldiers martyred, 21 injured in SE Turkey operation
More than 100 terrorists killed in operation against PKK terrorists in southeastern Hakkari province
Seven soldiers were martyred and 21 others injured in an operation against the PKK terrorist organization in Turkey's southeastern Hakkari province on Saturday, the Turkish General Staff announced.

The official statement revised upwards earlier unofficial figures from military sources, who had said three soldiers were martyred and 20 injured in Hakkari's Cukurca district.

The statement added that the injured soldiers were taken to hospital, and more than 100 terrorists were killed in the ongoing operation on Saturday.

Clashes between PKK terrorists and Turkish Armed Forces in Cukurca started at 6.45 a.m. (0345GMT) early Saturday, the military sources said earlier, speaking on condition of anonymity due to restrictions on talking to the media.

Additionally the clashes were reported to be ongoing in the area.....

Turkey now on the offensive against PKK, PM says
Turkey has entered a new phase in its counter-terror fight following the July 15 failed coup attempt, and will now be on the offensive, Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said on Sunday, pointing to a number of differences in the measures that will be taken to fight the PKK terrorists.

Speaking during a surprise visit to the 2nd Border Brigade Command in southeastern Çukurca district, Yildirim said that Turkey will target 10-12 PKK positions where the terrorists are mostly situated in.

The prime minister highlighted that Turkey will now be on the offensive, will find and destroy all terrorists....

IS rocket attack kills Turkish soldiers in Syria Two Turkish soldiers have been killed by the Islamic State (IS) group in clashes in northern Syria, the Turkish army has said.

Another five soldiers were wounded in a rocket attack on Turkish tanks, the military said in a statement.

The fatalities are believed to be the first since Turkey launched its operation inside Syria two weeks ago. .....

Turkish police detain 40 over links with Islamic State Turkish counter-terror police detained 40 foreign nationals in raids in Istanbul over their suspected links with Islamic State, Turkey's state-run Anadolu news agency reported on Sunday.

Police carried out simultaneous raids to 23 addresses in Istanbul's conservative Fatih district detaining suspects from Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq and Azerbaijan, Anadolu said.

Some suspects are identified as having gone to the conflict areas inside Syria several times, Anadolu said.....

2 Turkish soldiers killed during operation against IS in Syria
Two Turkish soldiers were killed on Tuesday following an explosion in northern Syria, security sources said.

The soldiers were taking part in the "Euphrates Shield" military operation against the Islamic State (IS) when either a landmine or an improvised explosive device (IED) detonated under their feet.

The two men were rushed to a Turkish hospital across the border, where they were pronounced dead.

The explosion occurred in an area between the cities of Jarabulus and al-Rai, to the north of Aleppo province and near the Syrian border with Turkey.

A total of 10 Turkish soldiers have died since the launch of Operation "Euphrates Shield" on Aug. 24.

The Turkish Armed Forces said Monday in a statement that they had attacked 760 IS-held targets since the start of the land operation, during which 900 square kilometers (347.5 square miles) of territory have been "liberated from terrorists.".....

Blast kills 3 soldiers in southeast Turkey
Kurdish militants suspected after roadside explosive hits bus
An explosion ripped through a bus carrying military personnel in Turkey's mainly Kurdish southeast on Monday, killing three soldiers and wounding eight, hospital and security sources said.

Suspected Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) militants detonated an explosive device that had been planted in the road, security sources said.

There were no immediate claims of responsibility for the attack on a busy route between the towns of Derik and Kiziltepe in Mardin province, which borders Syria....

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