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Syria - the next chapter...

Syria - the next chapter...

Postby sobrohusfat » Jan 20th, 2018, 9:16 pm

Turkey just invaded northern Syria to push back the kurds and allow the «moderate islamists» in the FSA to take controll.

Funny how the turks just stod by and watched while ISIS were ravaging the same area a few years ago, but now that the kurds have liberated the place of jihadist, they feel the need to launch an all-out ground invasion.

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http://theregion.org/article/12536-turk ... k-on-afrin

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Terrorist state Turkey and their thirst for innocent blood...

Our YPJ & YPG forces have started the operation >Wolf Hunting< against the terrorist Turkish regime & their ISIS/ Al-Qaeda affiliate terrorists to defend Efrin and other parts of Rojava, Syria!

The terrorist Turkish regime has been shelling civilians in the villages in Efrin & Kobanê in the last 7 days.

Our YPJ & YPG forces The Children of Fire & The Sun against the terrorist Turkish regime/ the children of so called "wolves" as they call themselves.

Wolves are usually targeting the weakest, sickest & the most defenseless animal, the sheep,
but we're not the sheep here. This time they choose the wrong target.

- Peshmergas

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These Kurds are awesome - They did most of the heavy lifting cleaning-up that area from ISIS scum-sucking sh*tbags


...probably one of the 10 "lost" tribes


Sorry Kurds, Canada will likely just sit back and let you get decimated - with maybe a few weak and empty words of meaningless concern. - it's who we've decided to become to upgrade our standing up the UN's rancid rectum
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Re: Syria - the next chapter...

Postby Drip_Torch » Jan 20th, 2018, 9:26 pm

I've been watching that since this morning and totally agree with what you're saying. Sad really.

Any word yet on the F-16? Was it shot down, or a malfunction?
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Re: Syria - the next chapter...

Postby sobrohusfat » Jan 20th, 2018, 9:29 pm

just got in from "the field"

...don't know the F16 story
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Re: Syria - the next chapter...

Postby Queen K » Jan 20th, 2018, 9:32 pm

Yes, the Turks just stood and watched at a safe distance while the Kurds fought the evil ISIS.

It is difficult to relate to people about the hidden Kurdish/Turkish civil war in Eastern Turkey in the 90s. It's even more difficult to know the Turks just let them be slaughtered when ISIS is evil and is undermining their very democracy.
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Re: Syria - the next chapter...

Postby Drip_Torch » Jan 20th, 2018, 9:33 pm

Re: F-16

I'll go pick around a bit, but several different unconfirmed reports of one hitting the dirt earlier today. ETA: 72 aircraft and 108 targets destroyed, is the claim by Turkey regarding the initial air assault. Not finding anything confirmed on the one down, but it flashed across the screen more than a few times shortly after 3:00 pm.
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Re: Syria - the next chapter...

Postby Thinktank » Jan 21st, 2018, 8:09 am

sobrohusfat wrote:Funny how the turks just stod by and watched while ISIS were ravaging the same area a few years ago, but now that the kurds have liberated the place of jihadist, they feel the need to launch an all-out ground invasion.


That's like the way Russia was beating the crap out of Afghanistan and USA just stood by and watched and gave $millions
worth of weapons to the terrorists, and when Russia finally left, USA moved into the country to blow them up. USA blew up the guys they were supporting earlier.

That's how it works.



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Ukraine is broke, and undertook a war on that portion of the country that provided 30% of GDP. Now a draft, for an army, for a war, for a government that will - get this - implement IMF/EU *austerity*.
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Re: Syria - the next chapter...

Postby Drip_Torch » Jan 21st, 2018, 9:53 am

sobrohusfat wrote:Sorry Kurds, Canada will likely just sit back and let you get decimated - with maybe a few weak and empty words of meaningless concern. - it's who we've decided to become to upgrade our standing up the UN's rancid rectum


This is one of those unique situations that really has me wishing I had taken a different course in my life. I'd love to know what this whole production looks like from behind the camera. The signals were out on the 17th and now here we are 24 hours into it and the US state department tweets (about 10 minutes ago)

The US is very concerned about the situation in northwest #Syria, especially the plight of innocent civilians. We urge Turkey to exercise restraint to ensure its military operations avoid civilian casualties.


So, three days ago when a NATO partner was sitting down with Russia to work out the details of attacking an area that supports a Russian air base - nothing? When a NATO partner made it clear it intended to decimate a NATO proxy, and the US plan for democracy in the region - nothing?

Wow, that must be one hell of an algorithm they've got running things.

Good time to go golfing - I imagine.

ETA: It's not just the UN that deserves our derision - The oldies at NATO should be swallowing a bottle of Viagra, right about now, and standing together to say *bleep* off Turkey.
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Re: Syria - the next chapter...

Postby Thinktank » Jan 27th, 2018, 7:35 am



The Kurds. What's the real story with the Kurds?
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Re: Syria - the next chapter...

Postby Bigjohn69 » Feb 16th, 2018, 5:58 pm

Possible gas use by turkey


http://www.rudaw.net/mobile/english/world/150220181

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Re: Syria - the next chapter...

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http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/world/easte ... -1.4548477


We are talking about a catastrophic situation, a deteriorating humanitarian situation, a situation that cannot be described," says Siraj Mahmoud, a spokesperson for the Syrian Civil Defence, also known as the White Helmets. "We are talking about extermination."
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