Blowback in Turkey

Here.

It is such a terrible thing to say, but they really did ask for that airport attack. If you play with matches, you might just get burned. Turkey was playing with fire, and it got burned.

One might wonder why ISIS would even attack Turkey in the first place. Although of course ISIS networks are still huge all across Turkey, the state has been carrying out some raids recently. Quite a few jihadis have arrested, some have been tried and a few have been convicted and sentenced. A number of others have been thrown out of the country.

The MSM says that Turkey has been fighting ISIS in Syria since last year, but that is not really true, and Turkish jets surely do not attack ISIS in Syria. However, Turkey does allow its airbases to be used by the US and especially the West to bomb ISIS in Syria.

And perhaps most importantly of all, Turkey just completed a major security cooperation deal with Israel. No sooner had the ink dried on that document, a mere eight hours later, ISIS unleashed its attackers, one from Chechnya, another from Kyrgyzstan and another from Uzbekistan. They had probably been in a safe house in Turkey for some time, waiting for instructions to set off the hit. With the Israeli peace deal, the order came down from ISIS headquarters in Raqqa to unleash to jihadis to punish Turkey for cooperating with the Israelis.

The area is swarming with US intelligence and Turkish intelligence is also good and pervasive. But neither US, Turkish nor Israeli intel nor were able to intercept the go- ahead. These ISIS guys are pretty evil, but they’re damn good. Give em some credit. ISIS has possibly become one of the most skilled and deadly terrorist groups in recent history.

A US intelligence official said about Turkey,

“The summer of our discontent has begun.”

Before the US idiotically invaded Iraq in its Nazi-like war of aggression and conquest, the Arab League presciently warned,

You are about to unleash the gates of Hell.

Arabs are not stupid. They know their people better than we do. After the US conquered Baghdad, Robert Fisk said,

A modern Western Christian country has just conquered one of the most famous and powerful cities in the Arab Islamic World. This is a breathtaking event, stunning on a world scale. This will set into motion some very powerful forces. We will not see the end of this in my lifetime.

Fisk knows the region as well as the Arab League does. Fisk is still alive, but so far he is right.

First the US played with matches by invading and conquering one of the most powerful and legendary cities in the Arab Islamic world. The US played with fire and it got burned.

Then Turkey played with matches by letting the Hellspawn created by that insane invasion set up camp in its country. Turkey played with fire too,. They not only got burned, but they set off a nasty brush fire that will be very hard to put out.

If you don’t want to get burned, don’t play with fire!

You are about to unleash the gates of Hell…

We will not see the end of this in my lifetime…

The summer of our discontent has begun…

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7 responses to “Blowback in Turkey

  1. Jason Y

    Note how violent lower IQ nations are. So is it the religion or the IQ, or did the IQ create the religion?

    • Big G

      Lower it allows for easy control thru religious means.

      • Lin

        I don’t think islam itself lowers the IQ. Hasidic/orthodox Judaism in many ways is similar/analogous to traditional islam except the jewish religious law code is not as all-compassing as the Sharia. The biggest difference is lack of Darwinist challenge in many arab/muslim countries
        http://www.albawaba.com/business/work-ethic-arab-443871
        I read that malay islamists are ‘proud’ of being served by kufir Chinese in Malaysia and they can sit back and enjoy life

        • Pranav

          Lin, assuming you are Chinese, how do chinese find Islam and how about the growth of Islam in Chinese cities. Being an admirer of Chinese culture, I believe it must be anathema for them to see some islamic practices.

        • Lin

          To Pranav

          Personally, I’m a protestant of an alternative conviction and I’m also a dietary ‘Muslim’ in the sense I avoid alcohol, pork, crab… strictly by personal choice…According to some scientists, humans are ape and pig hybrid

          http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2515969/Humans-evolved-female-chimpanzee-mated-pig-Extraordinary-claim-American-geneticist.html

          It’s quite true humans are genetically closest to pigs and apes. Most of the xeno-organ transplants are from pigs and monkeys. Eating pork is like practicing cannibalism. To me, (Sunni) Islam is basically an Arab/pan-Arab civilizational push, or it’s just a veneer over Arabized power. Let me recollect what I posted here before:

          1) Arabic is said to be language of paradise

          2) Arabs are said to be a superior race

          http://islamicvirtues.com/2013/12/12/superiority-of-the-race-of-arabs-over-non-arabs/

          3) Though faggotry is condemned, large % of Arab/Muslims are closet fags as long as the closet is tightly shut and doesn’t embarrass the establishment.

          4) The strictest sect of Islam, the Wahhabi Saudis, allied with the Brits and French kufirs during WW1 to topple the Ottoman Turk Caliphate, treason of the worst kind I must say, yet they consider themselves guardians of Islam. What a farce and shame.

          I personally don’t think the Sunni Arabs have much of an economic future (Persians could be an exception that their Shiite Islam is more flexible, like they allowed sex change). I also foresee an Euro/Mediterranean Jihad One, after which the Middle East will be further fragmented. I’ve no problem with Han Chinese Muslims, non-Han Muslim separatists are another issue. Chinese have good assimilation abilities.

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  3. The Kurds are attacking Turkey, Kurdistan is a ZOG project.

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