Turkey is hell bent on provoking war in ME

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    My neighbor just got back from Turkey. She is Turkish and was visiting family, while she was there, she helped her parents get out to Sweden.

    Turkey is in a world of hurt. Kurdish militants are going through towns killing anyone they can find and Syria is shelling border villages DAILY. What we hear about what's going on over there, isn't even close to what's happening. Syria sees reinforcements for the rebels going into Syria from Turkey and are bombing villages to stop it. Turkey is in a two pronged war. They won't surrender. They could take steps to stop the border crossings themselves, but see Assad on the ropes and want a friendly neighbor when he goes.
     
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    LOL....really? ct? LMAO...kiss my ass....that's all. KISS MY FUCKING ASS!
     
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    This sounds about right..but it's not the whole picture.

    The invasion of Iraq opened up a whole new front for Turkey.
     
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    You need to get out more.
     
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    Nah...to damn cold to go out.Now people need to grow up and stop acting like immature children cough elvis cough...
     
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    Saddam Hussein made gassing Kurds a national sport. He did it like some men go skeet shooting. Turkey's difficulties with the Kurds go back generations, like Iraq's difficulties with Kurds. But, what Turkey now has comes from the ill advised arab spring that put the middle east in flames.
     
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    Turkey used to be an ally of the US until the left wing democrat congressional majority in 2007 decided to condemn Turkey for something that happened in WW1. The House Foreign Relations Committee chaired by a left wing democrat who didn't know her ass from a hole in the ground decided to throw away US relations with Turkey during a time in the Mid East when we needed every ally we could get. Why did they do it? It was a time for democrats to screw the US any way they could.
     
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    Turks playin' both ends against the middle...
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    Turkey Continues Trading Gold for Iranian Natural Gas
    November 29, 2012 — Turkey late least week acknowledged that a surge in its gold exports this year is related to payments for imports of Iranian natural gas, shedding light on Ankara's role in breaching U.S.-led sanctions against Tehran.
     
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    Turkey has been moving away from its claim of being a secular country and inching closer to fundamentalism islam. It isn't provoking anything, merely refusing to accept US based sanctions. It's not like the US means anything any more. No one need pay us any attention. We're the mouse that keeps on roaring long after it has ceased to matter.
     

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