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December 30th, 2017, 10:14 pm #21

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
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December 30th, 2017, 10:19 pm #22

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
You will get support and weapons of Devil West-USA for free to establish democracy in Iran you think morons?

You will pray to be in Syria than in Iran if they success!

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December 30th, 2017, 10:22 pm #23

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
If a revolution in Iran happened by the people (no outside interference) and at a completely different time (ie when the middle east was not on fire), then I would be less concerned.





Anyways I don't think anything major will happen, this will likely die down in a few days.
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December 30th, 2017, 10:36 pm #24

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
"Secularism is actually an antidote to imperialism."



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December 30th, 2017, 10:38 pm #25

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
So if the map is correct the Azeri in the north, Turkmen is north-east and Kurdish region in the west are protesting.

The Farsi regions aren’t protesting.

I think timing is very bad even if they are sincere protests.

If fragmentation happens YPG can move east wards. Americans and Israeli will support the Kurds and Azeri will be crushed.

This might be the second last step of the greater Middle East project. After Iran, Turkey will follow very quickly. I think we should be against it pure out of real Politik.

If Iran falls we will have an even wider front on the south to deal with and no place to put our backs against.
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December 30th, 2017, 10:53 pm #26

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
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December 30th, 2017, 11:08 pm #27

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
The protests are spreading like fire over almost whole of Iran.

I think this will be the most serious challenge ever to the Mullah regime, but there is no lead figure like there was in 1978 revolution (Khomeini).

No lead figure will make any "revolution attempt" much weaker.
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December 30th, 2017, 11:19 pm #28

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
Personally I think the "uprising" in Iran will not be enough to topple the mullah regime.

However that may not be the plan of CIA either, the plan could be to create so much unrest in Iran that the regime would be forced to pull back her Basij forces out of Iraq, Syria and Yemen to protect the regime.


Iran pulling out her forces from Iraq and Syria would certainly benefit the US strategy.
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December 30th, 2017, 11:44 pm #29

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
Here is a short summary of what is going on in Iran:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVMbJS3Xj7Q

AKP should taken lessons out of it but I doubt our knuckle heads are any better than the Mullah.

If you establish an one man rule you are open to foreign intervention.

Turkey should go immediately back to the parliamentary system and a system that represents the people. Otherwise chaos and civil war is the only destiny.

At the moment really hard to predict what is going on and what is going to happen. Perhaps, Iran will strike back and start revolts in Saudi Arabia.
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December 30th, 2017, 11:46 pm #30

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
Never do: fight the protesters
Immediately do: reforms
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December 31st, 2017, 1:13 am #31

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?

More problems for Turkey boyz?
Just when Erdogan made friends with the Persians; what a jinx.
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December 31st, 2017, 1:24 am #32

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
The protests will be crushed, much like Turkey, in Iran the secular and educated are outnumbered by the ignorant and blindly devout. Iran was a good lesson for us In the perils of politicization of Islam, unfortunately we ignored it and are headed towards the same abyss.
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December 31st, 2017, 1:39 am #33

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
For the notice. If Iranian mass refugees start to sweep Turkey, we know where we will let there go.
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December 31st, 2017, 1:40 am #34

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
It's wait and see.

This is a public unrest, it thrives of course on de-satisfaction and anger of the people. But like many protests there are the ones doing the ignition.

Without proof it looks like the US in involved in the unrest, an educated guess since it is blatantly obvious what the US does in the rest of the middle east.


For us (Turkey) it is very unclear at the moment, we are just on the tribune and watch what happens in the game and how the outcome will affect us.
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December 31st, 2017, 1:46 am #35

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
"If fragmentation happens YPG can move east wards. Americans and Israeli will support the Kurds and Azeri will be crushed. "

Unlikely. Same happend in 1979 where kdpi terrorists attacked Azeri and got slaughtered.



Azeris may not have their own terrorist groups like kurds, but they are active in Iranian revolutionary guards. Entire northwest "ashura army" is basically all azeri, have been toasting Kurdish terrorists for decades.
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December 31st, 2017, 2:02 am #36

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
Saudi’s didn’t buy all those weapons to play hide and seek.

Looks like Trump is going to totally paint the Middle East in red (color of blood).

Obvious reprisal is that Iran going to rally up Shia in Saudi Arabia and Iraq.

I don’t know how long Iran can resist when Israel and the coalition unleash their fire power.
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December 31st, 2017, 5:14 am #37

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
One of the main reasons for the protests, is the cost of Iran's role in Syria.
Thanks once more to Erdogan for his wise involvement in the conflict.
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December 31st, 2017, 5:29 am #38

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
Raitor, do the mankind a favour and get rid of the Mullahs. Those guys hate Life, and just about everything that makes Life worth living. May Ahura Mazda be on your side. ✌ 🙆 👍
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December 31st, 2017, 6:51 am #39

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
Take care, Raitor! Hope you guys are someday able to rid yourselves of the wizards.
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December 31st, 2017, 11:46 am #40

Looks like after Iraq and Syria the CIA is now trying a "rose" revolution in Iran.


Suppose a new "revolution" topples the Mullah regime, what do you guys think would be the repercussions on Turkey? Positive or Negative?
Hamaney is Azeri Turk the Persians and Kurds are upset lool

Although too much religion is mixed with state which is bad and will eventually collapse
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