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Neocons ramp up regime change efforts in Turkey

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Neocons ramp up regime change efforts in Turkey
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Erdogan struggles to contain political fallout from Turkey’s wildfires

Erdogan struggles to contain political fallout from Turkey’s wildfires

The wildfires raging across Turkey’s Mediterranean and Aegean coasts have given rise to a massive public outcry that might prove a critical juncture in Turkish politics as criticism over Ankara’s failure to efficiently tackle the crisis has been moving toward an existentially threatening level for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government.

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Franz Beckenbauer
Franz Beckenbauer
August 10, 2021

These idiots, like always, will get exactly the opposite of what they want. Erdogan has only three things that keep him going: his crazy version of islam, his control of the police and military and his osman nationalism. Now he can stoke the hatred against the U.S. which is rampant in turkey which will actually strengthten him. And he will rurn even more to russia.

These idiots have no clue how important turkey is geopolitically. If they drive Erdogan into russia’s lap it only shows how schockingly dumb these fools are.

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Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
August 10, 2021

Erdogan’s biggest challenge happened in July 0f 2016, when CIA tool Gulen attempted a military regime change coup, which Erdogan won with flying colors. As the poll indicated, the Turkish people will rally around their president when attacked by Mad Dog Bolton, regardless of how loudly he barks. Erdogan did not fail because he was unprepared for the deliberately set wildfires, as this was the first time this has happened in Turkey. Neighboring countries came to Turkey’s rescue. Those fires did not primarily destroy farmlands and hurt farmers (his base), but were deliberately set near the tourist hotspots in efforts… Read more »

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
August 10, 2021

This reminds me of an interesting article by Patrick Lawrence I read yesterday. Here an excerpt: “You have to applaud — and read carefully into — the events that followed Washington’s latest attempt to subvert the Republic of Cuba by way of a collective of disaffected artists called the San Isidro Movement. Look thoughtfully enough into what transpired in the immediate aftermath of this weirdly conceived violation of Cuban sovereignty and you see the embryonic makings of an emergent, post–American world order. Note the acorn, await the oak: This is how we ought to view our moment. The daylong protests that… Read more »

Deputy Daug
Deputy Daug
August 11, 2021

Put your man in place and lock that Black Sea exit. Now you got them russkies corralled, Yipee ayo kayay!

(Following them neoconnivers is easier than following elephant tracks) 😉

gte
gte
Reply to  Deputy Daug
August 11, 2021

It does not work like that. About two decades ago the Americans were nudging the then Turkish government to block Russian military ships from using the Bosporus. Even though the Russians were not as powerful as today, Moscow allegedly said to Ankara we can either go through the Bosporus as they do now or our ships can pass through with only ashes on both sides.
You think NATO would have come to help then? No, and the chances today are not remote but non existent.

Deputy Daug
Deputy Daug
Reply to  gte
August 11, 2021

Well, I didn’t say it’d work. I just said that that’s how the neoconnivers think.

gte
gte
Reply to  Deputy Daug
August 12, 2021

True. The neocons would think it would work.

Maria Eleni
Maria Eleni
August 11, 2021

I hope Erdogan listens to your conversation. He can learn a lot from you and possibly save his position.

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