USA against weakening of Baghdad, wants Baghdad to have control over whole Iraqi Oil

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    state.gov - Daily Press Briefing - December 11, 2012

    Turkey weighs pivotal oil deal with Iraqi Kurdistan - The Washington Post

    USA is against breaking Iraq apart.
    USA thinks, that with a preferential oil deal between Turkey and North-Iraq, Turkey would abandon its activities in rest of Iraq and South-Iraq would fall into Iran's hands without competition.
     
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    US urges Turkey not to fuel Baghdad-Erbil tensions
    The State Department today said it does not support “oil exports from any part of Iraq without the appropriate approval of the Iraqi government.”
    News Story - Argus Media

    USA becoming more concerned about Iraq's integrity than Turks, and wants to see Baghdad strengthened.
    If the USA wanted Iraqi Kurds to become independent the USA would have granted these wishes during Bremer-Administration and the following occupation years where the USA called the shots in the Green Zone.

    That didn't happen, and the USA left Iraq without leaving a military base in "Iraqi Kurdistan" or giving them any weapons.
    Instead USA supplies Baghdad with F-16s and other stuff valuing 16 billion Dollar.
    First F-16s arrive in 2014
    Iraq to get first F-16 jets in early 2014: official - Chicago Tribune
     
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    Obama says, USA will recognize Syrian opposition as the country's legitimate representative
    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/12/us/obama-says-us-will-recognize-syrian-rebels.html

    Around 10% of Syria are Syrian Kurds and for the most part they've stayed out of Syrian opposition, who are legitimate representatives of Syria.
    Some groups within Syrian Kurds like the PYD cooperating with Assad.
    Who the fuck you think you are to defy Obama?

    US Pushes Syrian Kurds to Join Rebellion
    voa.com - Voice of America

    As long as there's internet and people can post imaginary maps in forums everything will be fine for "Kurdish Nationalists". Meanwhile the world moves on and the world makes decisions. Kurds don't sit at the table of the decision-makers.
    The Oil in North-Iraq we'll take nevertheless although it won't be paid for with independence.
     
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    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/13/world/middleeast/syria-war-developments-assad.html?_r=0

    Now Syrian Kurds will join Syrian opposition and be dominated by Arabs, or be crushed alltogether with Assad.
     
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    Kurdistani4ever Kurdistan is my homeland

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    Please go cry little facist turk. Be prepared for a kurdish uprising on your own (occupied) soil;) Turkey has no borders with Iraq, Syria, Iran, Armenia or the Greek island Cyprus. So look At it like this, you share borders with the soon to be free Kurdistan and Greece.

    I really like this video;)

    Under 50 kurds vs atleast 200 turks. Result: Ultimate kurdish victory:lol:
     
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    That's a lie. I know you wanted for this to be true, but the truth is that only one kurdish political party out of 16 joined these terrorists

    Ekrem's expression now:
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    Kurdistan will always be here, if you wanna do the world a great duty then crawl back to central Asia.
    You can keep on believing the fake borders of the Middle east, but Just wait for the day kurds will split Turdey apart, i'll bet, you won't be laughing then :badgrin: Cuz as they say "The one that laughs last, laughs best"
    If you've got any balls (Doubt it) Then go to Amed (Diyarbakir) And scream "There is no Kurdistan" I could bet millions of dollars on your death;)

    The PKK will always kick your terrorist a**. Now have a look at your homeland:
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    Take a good look at this map Ekrem. This is the very thing that haunts your sleep at night.
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    Turkey weighs pivotal oil deal with Kurdistan, to U.S. displeasure | StarTribune.com

    Past 5 years, because 5 years ago Turkish Army entered North-Iraq and showed them the order in the regional hierarchy.
    2008 Turkish incursion into northern Iraq - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    After 2008 Turkey loosened border policy in regards to trade and investments.
    As a result the tiny North-Iraq economy has been transformed into an economic vassal of the region's biggest economy (Turkey).

    USA will deliver Baghdad the F-16s by 2014 and USA left Iraq without giving the Kurds any weapons.
    If Turkey's state oil company enters North-Iraq, Turkey will protect its investments.
    Despite some Kurdo-PKK nationalists posting maps in internet-forums there's no sign of North-Iraqi leadership rejecting the role of being a vassal.
    If the Iraqi Kurds don't play by our rules we'll throw them in-front of the wolves and Maliki's F-16s, F-16s supplied by USA.
     

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