On Friday, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened arrogant radical Jewish Prime Minister Benji Netanyahu that Turkish Navy will escort the future Turkish aid vessels to Gaza Strip.
“The eastern Mediterranean Sea is not Israel’s private playground. Turkey will defend the rights of its citizens when Israel chooses to intervene and prevent free movement in international waters”.
The hawkish Jew Foreign Avigdor Lieberman responded with counter threat that if Erdogan do that Israel will arms and train the Kurdish Worker’s Party (PKK), a terrorist armed group in Turkey.
Here is interesting part of this ‘tit for tat’. The pro-Israel main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu has criticized Erdogan for making such outrageous statement. On the other hand, most Turks believe that both Washington and Israel arm PKK.
In 2007 – Turkish security forces captured 1260 weapons from PKK terrorists which were all Made in USA. Americans caught red-handed, claimed that the weapons were part of the US shipment to Iraqi military and police units trained by the US Army (and Israel). The USA Today reported on October 30, 2006 that one out of every 25 weapons given to Iraqis by US has disappeared. Furthermore, the system for tracing them never worked. More than 370,000 light weapons were sent to Iraq between 2003-2006, yet just 3% had their serial numbers recorded by the US Defense Department prior to being handed over. And guess who was the incharge of that particular task during that period? YES, no other than Zionism’s military poodle, Gen. David Petraeus, currently head of CIA.
It’s no secret that US and Israel have been aiding anti-Islamist Kurd terrorist group in Islamic Republic. American Jewish investigating reporter Seymour Hersh wrote in Jewish magazine, The New Yorker, on November 27, 2006 that many neocons in Bush administration believe that Washington cannot win the war in both Afghanistan and Iraq without weakening Islamic regime in Iran. But they also realize that the goal cannot be achieved by military attack as the West learned by their experience in 2006 Israel-Lebanon war. The military adventure failed not only to destroy Hizbullah but made its leader Sheikh Nasrallah more popular, not only among Arabs Arab but also among Israelis. Some of other means to pressure Tehran include both Israel and the US arming the militant Kurdish group ‘Party for Free Life in Kurdistan (PJAK)‘, a sister organization of PKK. The group has been conducting clandestine cross-border terrorism in western Iran. Israel has played a major role in supplying arms and providing information on Iranian targets through members of Kurd Jewish community. There are over 50,000 Kurd Jews in Israel.
May be Syrian President Bashar Assad take a clue from anti-Turk Avigdor Lieberman and revive Ba’athist-PKK marriage which received divorce in 1990s with the expulsion of PKK leader Abdullah Ocalan from Syria. PKK along with Jewish dominated Iraq’s Kurdish Democratic Party (KDP) has been waging war against Ankara since 1984 to establish a Greater Kurdistan for the 30 million Muslim, Jews and Christian Kurds, on their ancestral land partitioned by the western colonial powers among Iran, Iraq, Turkey and Syria.
In 1982, Oded Tinon laid out the Zionazi policy in the Muslim East in his study A Strategy for Israel in the 1980s which is being followed by Ziocons (mostly Jewish) controlling the successive US administrations. The study recommended to bring about a controlled chaos in the region, creating a series of weak statelets that would benefit a strong Israel.
And finally, a joke from Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan. Before embarking on his meeting with three western-puppet dictatorship (Egypt, Tunisia and Libya), Erdogan told the Zionist regime that it’s isolated in the region. Now, if Erdogan’s criteria of popularity is based on friendly relations with western-puppet regimes – then I can assure him, Turkey will never be able to beat Israel in that game. In fact, it’s Turkey which has been isolated in the region due to AKP’s stupid policy of allying with Washington against Syria, Lebanon and Iran.