General Peter Pace's lessons about Terrorism

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    Hello. In Ankara there was a International Conference on Terrorism organized by TMMM (Turkish anti-terrorism centre)...

    Whilst American senators John Warner and Gordon Gray were also in Ankara but not because of to attend the Conference specially but things that rely also to this subject , General Peter Pace attended this conference where Turkish Chief General Staff Özkök made the opening speech. And 82 other international representatives are attending.


    Turkish press reports Peter Pace saying: "Turkish-American relations are like husbands with up and downs, it is normal."

    Also Turkish Press reports about conversation of General Peter Pace and General Ilker Basbug (Chief General staff in 2008) that Peter Pace said related to PKK:
    "Killing terrorists is not the solution".

    Hmm. Don'T get smart of this sentence: What is America doing since 9.11. if not killing terrorists, additionally in some regions of this world with turkish men support?
    Why does Peter Pace don't say this sentence for Al-Qada and only for Turkish terrorists?



    General Hilmi Özkök's lesson:
    http://www.byegm.gov.tr/YAYINLARIMIZ/CHR/ING2006/03/06x03x24.HTM# 9
    http://www.tsk.mil.tr/bashalk/konusma_mesaj/2006/sempozyumkapaniskonusmasi_24032006.htm
     
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    Canavar, I am unclear as to what it is that you are trying to say in your post.

    I will agree with General Ozkok on two points that he made:

    (1) There must be one clear, common understanding of what a "terrorist" is for the world to unite in the fight against the terrorists.

    (2) No one country can fight this war by itself. A terrorist act against one Western country is a terrorist act against them all. This has been America's message to the world since the WOT began. We cannot lose sight of the fact that the radical Muslim's goal is to make the entire world Muslim. In their own words: "The Saturday crowd first (Jews), the Sunday crowd (Christians) afterwards."
     
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    I agree as well. The world must first be able to define terror in a way that all agree. Then it must work together to eliminate it. This means no back door deals that some countries (Russia, France, Germany) are famous for. I don't see it happening anytime soon. Too many people wrapped up in their own issues to deal with this effectively.
     
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    http://www.tgrthaber.com//tgrt_haber/content/media/2006/04/01/cenazeee.3.wmv


    please watch this video. It is about 2 minutes. The speaker you won't understand, but the pictures you will.

    and afterwards please read this:
    http://www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk/L29183909.htm


    and then please look this map, and reconsider the men responsible for all this are in Kandil Mountains, their logistic base, communication base and from where they are infiltrateing. This is not local people who make Diyarbakir Business association make written comment "to do business in stores it is too dangerous". Even Saturday's first league soccer match will be postponed.



    and then remember Peter Pace saying to turkish KKK General in reliance to PKK in North-Iraq: "Killing terrorists is not the solution".
     
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    It is the first time since a long period that Turkish army now intervenes in a south-eastern city, because Police is not able, let me say it otherwise is restricted to new eu-harminization laws only to use water guns and pepper gas.



    http://www.thenewanatolian.com/opinion-3667.html



    What do Diyarbakir incidents indicate?

    - That EU-harmonization laws
    - extending minority rights
    - broadcasting Kurdish productions in Turkish state TV
    - giving Kurdish Private broadcasters licences to air their stuff
    and soon

    is not the right answer. There are still people who with placards of jailed Terrorist leader go onto the street and make trouble getting their orders from outside.


    http://www.turkishweekly.net/news.php?id=14713


    I will not now wite here chronology of bomb attacks in Turkey the last months but it is increasing, now reached a point, where Turkish Army fullfills Police duty in a City.

    And this is no Inner-Turkey problem when the heads are behind the boarders.

    Did USA restricted hunt for Terrorist only within US soil, or did you come thousands of Kilometers to kill others and especially the leading cadre of terrorists as well as those countries who gave them bases?
    No. You did come and even pulled Saddam out of a earth-hole who did not attacked WTC, but is being alleged to have "connections" with Al-Qaeda.
     
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    The link is interesting. But i will only post a part, not to spam here with copy&paste...


    http://www.byegm.gov.tr/YAYINLARIMIZ/CHR/ING2006/03/06x03x28.HTM# 8

    MESSAGES TO THE US DELEGATION BY FIKRET BILA (MILLIYET)


    (...)The US Congressional delegation’s exchanges during its contacts with the Parliament should be written down: When Warner said that he had done his military service in Korea and that when Turkish soldiers were there, they could sleep soundly, main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) deputy leader Onur Oymen responded, ‘There were 5,000 Turkish soldiers in Korea and you were sleeping comfortably there. There are 150,000 US soldiers next to us in Iraq, but we can’t sleep soundly. Turkey is being attacked there, but US soldiers do nothing and don’t let us do anything. The PKK’s armed force of 4,000-5,000 stands there and you do nothing.(...)
     
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    Thanks for the clarification. Now I understand what's on your mind.

    BTW, keep tuned. You will find out that Saddam had more than "alleged" connections to Al Quada.
     
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