5 reasons to believe Turkey wants no peace in Syria
By GPD on February 13, 2016
The Turkish army’s latest shelling of Kurdish and Syrian army positions in northern Syria comes just days after a meeting of world powers in Munich settled on a plan to bring peace to Syria. Here are five reasons why the artillery attack was no coincidence.
The Syrian crisis is entering a crucial stage that could either end in world powers agreeing that peace must be given a chance in the war-torn country – or an all-out ground invasion by foreign troops, which has been threatened by Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and the US. There are grounds to believe, however, that Ankara will not tolerate any peace in Syria that brings about a defeat of the anti-government forces there.
Increasing domestic criticism of Erdogan’s friendship with Israel
By GPD on February 16, 2016
Russland har slaktet 300 Erdogan -terrorister, en sakte begynnelse: VT
By GPD on February 16,
Dozens of shiny new Toyota trucks lie burned to a crisp, their occupants and their Saudi and Qatari
bought weapons along with their Raytheon missiles, all for naught. Sorry about that, not so much.
- SouthFront: 16.02.2016 Crisis News
- NEO – Who is Fighting the Invisible War on Russia?
- 300 Erdogan Terrorists Slaughtered by Russia, a Slow Beginning: VT
- Comment with George Galloway: Who is Hindering Peace in Syria?
- SouthFront: Syria battlespace, Feb. 16, 2016
- Russia submits to UN SC express review of gross violations of UN Charter by US, UK