Can Syria survive the proxy war?

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Can Syria survive the proxy war?

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August 28th, 2012, 9:05 am #1

There is an official confirment that in one month 318 PKK members have been killed, what shows how severe the clashes in the Hakkari province where. The PKK has been sent out by Iran/Syria to inflict damage in Turkey whatever their casualties are. For the first time they have changed tactics from hit and run to a pitched war of direct clashing with the army. Not so smart since they are outgunned by large.

Good thing is that PKK is wasting their forces quite rapidly while trying to give a picture of controlling a province.

Turkey on her side continues full support to the anti Syria forces, they get shelter and treatment in camps near the border. It is obvious that Syria is hit far worse than the puny reaction they can give with the PKK, the Syrian Baath regime is shaking with even their prime minister deflecting.

How long before Assad is captured Saddam/Khadafi style is not a question of if anymore but when. He should have known better not to mess with Turkey.

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August 28th, 2012, 9:08 am #2

"There is an official confirment that in one month 318 PKK members have been killed"

I have %0 confidence in that "confirment". Why wait so long? Where are the bodies? How come PKK is still able to attack in the same province and set up check points?

A week ago PKK was hugging Kurdish MP's they were laughing in broad daylight.

This imaginery number is just blowing smoke up Turkish peoples' ***.



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August 28th, 2012, 9:11 am #3

There is an official confirment that in one month 318 PKK members have been killed, what shows how severe the clashes in the Hakkari province where. The PKK has been sent out by Iran/Syria to inflict damage in Turkey whatever their casualties are. For the first time they have changed tactics from hit and run to a pitched war of direct clashing with the army. Not so smart since they are outgunned by large.

Good thing is that PKK is wasting their forces quite rapidly while trying to give a picture of controlling a province.

Turkey on her side continues full support to the anti Syria forces, they get shelter and treatment in camps near the border. It is obvious that Syria is hit far worse than the puny reaction they can give with the PKK, the Syrian Baath regime is shaking with even their prime minister deflecting.

How long before Assad is captured Saddam/Khadafi style is not a question of if anymore but when. He should have known better not to mess with Turkey.

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Also, notice how it is from a third party source not TSK etc. Some unknown source spreads it, no official statement to public but according to source it is told to the government etc.

We call this asparagas as you know it.



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August 28th, 2012, 2:45 pm #4

There is an official confirment that in one month 318 PKK members have been killed, what shows how severe the clashes in the Hakkari province where. The PKK has been sent out by Iran/Syria to inflict damage in Turkey whatever their casualties are. For the first time they have changed tactics from hit and run to a pitched war of direct clashing with the army. Not so smart since they are outgunned by large.

Good thing is that PKK is wasting their forces quite rapidly while trying to give a picture of controlling a province.

Turkey on her side continues full support to the anti Syria forces, they get shelter and treatment in camps near the border. It is obvious that Syria is hit far worse than the puny reaction they can give with the PKK, the Syrian Baath regime is shaking with even their prime minister deflecting.

How long before Assad is captured Saddam/Khadafi style is not a question of if anymore but when. He should have known better not to mess with Turkey.

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YPG or whetever they're called is already manning checkpoints and arresting tuskish journos in their areas at NE Syria. The FSA has not been granted access to those areas. YPG wouldn't let them... It's complicated.





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August 28th, 2012, 2:55 pm #5

There is an official confirment that in one month 318 PKK members have been killed, what shows how severe the clashes in the Hakkari province where. The PKK has been sent out by Iran/Syria to inflict damage in Turkey whatever their casualties are. For the first time they have changed tactics from hit and run to a pitched war of direct clashing with the army. Not so smart since they are outgunned by large.

Good thing is that PKK is wasting their forces quite rapidly while trying to give a picture of controlling a province.

Turkey on her side continues full support to the anti Syria forces, they get shelter and treatment in camps near the border. It is obvious that Syria is hit far worse than the puny reaction they can give with the PKK, the Syrian Baath regime is shaking with even their prime minister deflecting.

How long before Assad is captured Saddam/Khadafi style is not a question of if anymore but when. He should have known better not to mess with Turkey.

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"There is an official confirment that in one month 318 PKK members have been killed"

I have %0 confidence in that "confirment". Why wait so long? Where are the bodies? How come PKK is still able to attack in the same province and set up check points?

A week ago PKK was hugging Kurdish MP's they were laughing in broad daylight.

This imaginery number is just blowing smoke up Turkish peoples' ***.
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agree x2

any sources about turkish casualties till now this year??????????????????????????????????



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August 29th, 2012, 8:08 am #6

There is an official confirment that in one month 318 PKK members have been killed, what shows how severe the clashes in the Hakkari province where. The PKK has been sent out by Iran/Syria to inflict damage in Turkey whatever their casualties are. For the first time they have changed tactics from hit and run to a pitched war of direct clashing with the army. Not so smart since they are outgunned by large.

Good thing is that PKK is wasting their forces quite rapidly while trying to give a picture of controlling a province.

Turkey on her side continues full support to the anti Syria forces, they get shelter and treatment in camps near the border. It is obvious that Syria is hit far worse than the puny reaction they can give with the PKK, the Syrian Baath regime is shaking with even their prime minister deflecting.

How long before Assad is captured Saddam/Khadafi style is not a question of if anymore but when. He should have known better not to mess with Turkey.

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"How long before Assad is captured Saddam/Khadafi style is not a question of if anymore but when. He should have known better not to mess with Turkey."


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...unlike Saddam and Gadaffi.. Assad has friends in Iran, Russia and China that will support his government.. And if it falls protect him and his family and friends.. Who do you think is giving him the courage and strength to thumb his nose at the USA and their Turkish lap dogs?


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August 29th, 2012, 8:43 am #7

There is an official confirment that in one month 318 PKK members have been killed, what shows how severe the clashes in the Hakkari province where. The PKK has been sent out by Iran/Syria to inflict damage in Turkey whatever their casualties are. For the first time they have changed tactics from hit and run to a pitched war of direct clashing with the army. Not so smart since they are outgunned by large.

Good thing is that PKK is wasting their forces quite rapidly while trying to give a picture of controlling a province.

Turkey on her side continues full support to the anti Syria forces, they get shelter and treatment in camps near the border. It is obvious that Syria is hit far worse than the puny reaction they can give with the PKK, the Syrian Baath regime is shaking with even their prime minister deflecting.

How long before Assad is captured Saddam/Khadafi style is not a question of if anymore but when. He should have known better not to mess with Turkey.

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I look at family pictures of Assad, with his wife and children. He does not look like a crazy dictator like Saddam or Gaddafi. He looks very rational. A very "normal" man. He will not be an easy opponent.

Let us admit it. The "freedom fighters" are a mixture of mercenaries and terrorists coming from all parts of the muslim world. They will establish a much worse tyranny than the Baath regime of the Assad family.

Turks have decided to help the "freedom fighters"(!!!!) and Assad is paying them back. Rumours say he has equipped the PKK forces with good radio communications systems and other useful gear, which explains the increasing efficiency of the PKK forces we have been seeing recently.

Rumours also say that the Syrian Army is victorious in the last days and the reberls are losing ground.

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August 29th, 2012, 9:03 am #8

There is an official confirment that in one month 318 PKK members have been killed, what shows how severe the clashes in the Hakkari province where. The PKK has been sent out by Iran/Syria to inflict damage in Turkey whatever their casualties are. For the first time they have changed tactics from hit and run to a pitched war of direct clashing with the army. Not so smart since they are outgunned by large.

Good thing is that PKK is wasting their forces quite rapidly while trying to give a picture of controlling a province.

Turkey on her side continues full support to the anti Syria forces, they get shelter and treatment in camps near the border. It is obvious that Syria is hit far worse than the puny reaction they can give with the PKK, the Syrian Baath regime is shaking with even their prime minister deflecting.

How long before Assad is captured Saddam/Khadafi style is not a question of if anymore but when. He should have known better not to mess with Turkey.

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Let us admit it. The "freedom fighters" are a mixture of mercenaries and terrorists coming from all parts of the muslim world. They will establish a much worse tyranny than the Baath regime of the Assad family.
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True, the "freedom fighter" are in fact horrible killers nothing more, but that's the same with the PKK. Syria itself played with fire and Turkey applies the fight fire with fire formula. Syria unleashed for years the teror on Turkey, and we show them we can do better to the point of ending the Assad era. Syria was warned before in 1998 and they threw out Ocalan, apparantly they did not learn and kept playing around with PKK. We have been more than fair to them to warn first, now they feel it.



Turks have decided to help the "freedom fighters"(!!!!) and Assad is paying them back.
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No no, it's the other way around (remember Ocalan?)



Rumours say he has equipped the PKK forces with good radio communications systems and other useful gear, which explains the increasing efficiency of the PKK forces we have been seeing recently.
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Doesn't matter how much Syria equips the PKK anymore, they can never match Turkey in finance and equiping the "freedom fighters" against Syria, half of Syria is burning.


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August 29th, 2012, 1:02 pm #9

There is an official confirment that in one month 318 PKK members have been killed, what shows how severe the clashes in the Hakkari province where. The PKK has been sent out by Iran/Syria to inflict damage in Turkey whatever their casualties are. For the first time they have changed tactics from hit and run to a pitched war of direct clashing with the army. Not so smart since they are outgunned by large.

Good thing is that PKK is wasting their forces quite rapidly while trying to give a picture of controlling a province.

Turkey on her side continues full support to the anti Syria forces, they get shelter and treatment in camps near the border. It is obvious that Syria is hit far worse than the puny reaction they can give with the PKK, the Syrian Baath regime is shaking with even their prime minister deflecting.

How long before Assad is captured Saddam/Khadafi style is not a question of if anymore but when. He should have known better not to mess with Turkey.

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I mentioned before that the proxy war went into an blatantly open proxy war, but that is was this blatanly open has even surprized me!!!!


Look at the adres they give as their main base:




http://www.free-syrian-army.com/en/contact/

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August 29th, 2012, 3:11 pm #10

There is an official confirment that in one month 318 PKK members have been killed, what shows how severe the clashes in the Hakkari province where. The PKK has been sent out by Iran/Syria to inflict damage in Turkey whatever their casualties are. For the first time they have changed tactics from hit and run to a pitched war of direct clashing with the army. Not so smart since they are outgunned by large.

Good thing is that PKK is wasting their forces quite rapidly while trying to give a picture of controlling a province.

Turkey on her side continues full support to the anti Syria forces, they get shelter and treatment in camps near the border. It is obvious that Syria is hit far worse than the puny reaction they can give with the PKK, the Syrian Baath regime is shaking with even their prime minister deflecting.

How long before Assad is captured Saddam/Khadafi style is not a question of if anymore but when. He should have known better not to mess with Turkey.

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Hey,Nutuk. My Alevi friend. I would trust your blue eyes but can you actually state some facts that Iran in this case is helping,pushing,stimulating the PKK in anyway. You would seem less of a jackazz if you actually backed up your statements with some facts.

The Iranian Embassy in Ankara has dismissed remarks by the US ambassador to Turkey, alleging that Tehran is sending military aid to terrorist groups via Syria.


Issuing a statement on Thursday, the embassy noted that such remarks are an evasive measure aimed at putting a lid on the US role in promoting terrorism in different parts of the world.

Turkeys Zaman newspaper on Wednesday quoted US Ambassador to Turkey Francis Ricciardone as saying that Syria's government is sending Iranian weapons to Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) to attack Turkey.

Yesterdays comments by the US ambassador to Turkey once again revealed the American governments intentions to sow discord between the two friendly and brotherly countries of Iran and Turkey, the Iranian embassy statement said.

It has been an age-old and constant strategy of the US government to foment discord among Muslim nations and governments and provoke ethnic and sectarian differences with the aim of weakening regional nations and realizing the Zionist regimes long-held desire to rule a territory spreading from the Nile to the Euphrates.

The statement said it is no secret to anyone that the US backs mercenary terrorist groups to topple popular governments and exert pressure on independent countries.

The United States role in supporting PKK and creating safe havens for the group in northern Iraq and its dark records in creating and exporting terrorism to different parts of the world are so evident that the US ambassador can never acquit his government before Turkeys public opinion, the statement underlined.

The Iranian Embassy concluded by saying, The Islamic Republic of Iran believes that cutting Western financial aid to PKK and freezing the groups bank accounts in Western countries is the only practical way for confronting them.

SHR/SS/IS


As a degenerate from the degenerate country of Turkey you are showing signs of being an American mouthpiece once again. I would say because you are not Sunni,nor a Muslim you are lost.



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August 29th, 2012, 3:13 pm #11

There is an official confirment that in one month 318 PKK members have been killed, what shows how severe the clashes in the Hakkari province where. The PKK has been sent out by Iran/Syria to inflict damage in Turkey whatever their casualties are. For the first time they have changed tactics from hit and run to a pitched war of direct clashing with the army. Not so smart since they are outgunned by large.

Good thing is that PKK is wasting their forces quite rapidly while trying to give a picture of controlling a province.

Turkey on her side continues full support to the anti Syria forces, they get shelter and treatment in camps near the border. It is obvious that Syria is hit far worse than the puny reaction they can give with the PKK, the Syrian Baath regime is shaking with even their prime minister deflecting.

How long before Assad is captured Saddam/Khadafi style is not a question of if anymore but when. He should have known better not to mess with Turkey.

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Turkeys zaman,and miliyet news agencies should stick to posting half naked sluts,4chan motivational pictures and other degenerate tabloid bullcrap. Reporting on real news is way out of their league. From SB-TV back to you midget .



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August 29th, 2012, 3:28 pm #12

There is an official confirment that in one month 318 PKK members have been killed, what shows how severe the clashes in the Hakkari province where. The PKK has been sent out by Iran/Syria to inflict damage in Turkey whatever their casualties are. For the first time they have changed tactics from hit and run to a pitched war of direct clashing with the army. Not so smart since they are outgunned by large.

Good thing is that PKK is wasting their forces quite rapidly while trying to give a picture of controlling a province.

Turkey on her side continues full support to the anti Syria forces, they get shelter and treatment in camps near the border. It is obvious that Syria is hit far worse than the puny reaction they can give with the PKK, the Syrian Baath regime is shaking with even their prime minister deflecting.

How long before Assad is captured Saddam/Khadafi style is not a question of if anymore but when. He should have known better not to mess with Turkey.

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Not only was Turkey the first ''Muslim'' country to recognize ''Israel'' it's the first ''Muslim'' country to ever give up her azz to the Americans and the Yehudi! Doesn't your nation have any shame? What a bunch of bullcrap LMAO!.

SB taring infidels aholes once again! I am on fire!



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August 30th, 2012, 11:46 am #13

There is an official confirment that in one month 318 PKK members have been killed, what shows how severe the clashes in the Hakkari province where. The PKK has been sent out by Iran/Syria to inflict damage in Turkey whatever their casualties are. For the first time they have changed tactics from hit and run to a pitched war of direct clashing with the army. Not so smart since they are outgunned by large.

Good thing is that PKK is wasting their forces quite rapidly while trying to give a picture of controlling a province.

Turkey on her side continues full support to the anti Syria forces, they get shelter and treatment in camps near the border. It is obvious that Syria is hit far worse than the puny reaction they can give with the PKK, the Syrian Baath regime is shaking with even their prime minister deflecting.

How long before Assad is captured Saddam/Khadafi style is not a question of if anymore but when. He should have known better not to mess with Turkey.

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Another Syrian plane downed succesfully (pilot survived luckily)
http://video.milliyet.com.tr/video-izle ... rh8dC.html

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August 31st, 2012, 8:14 am #14

There is an official confirment that in one month 318 PKK members have been killed, what shows how severe the clashes in the Hakkari province where. The PKK has been sent out by Iran/Syria to inflict damage in Turkey whatever their casualties are. For the first time they have changed tactics from hit and run to a pitched war of direct clashing with the army. Not so smart since they are outgunned by large.

Good thing is that PKK is wasting their forces quite rapidly while trying to give a picture of controlling a province.

Turkey on her side continues full support to the anti Syria forces, they get shelter and treatment in camps near the border. It is obvious that Syria is hit far worse than the puny reaction they can give with the PKK, the Syrian Baath regime is shaking with even their prime minister deflecting.

How long before Assad is captured Saddam/Khadafi style is not a question of if anymore but when. He should have known better not to mess with Turkey.

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The Iranian link, Iranian secret service SAVAMA at work:
http://www.sabah.com.tr/Gundem/2012/08/ ... -koordinat

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