Turkey to request Syria border missiles Monday: Germany

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EthicsIntl wrote:

Yeah, give the Turks Patriot missiles and they will surely use them against their own ethnic minorities, the Kurds, Armenians, Arabs, Orthodox Christians & Jews, etc. etc.

“Turks are the only people that have contributed nothing to civilization.” [Zorbas World History]

How in the world is it possible for Turkey to be admitted into NATO in the first place while being refused admission into the EU ?

NATO is a Western military regime to serve only the Northern & Western Elite members. Southern Europeans, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Greece, Cyprus & Ireland, do not qualify, they are considered unworthy & inferior races.

In 1973 Turkey unilaterally & brutally invaded the defenseless peaceful island of Cyprus, which has substantial underwater oil reserves, and who is also a NATO member, and despite world & UN condemnation NATO takes no punitive or any action. WHY ?

Reason being that NATO needed & still needs military bases on Turkey’s borders with the former Soviet Union & now Russia. Syria is now their latest pretext.

For NATO this is a lot more important than the lives of innocent Cypriot, Southern Europeans & Turkish minority civilians.

“Only German troops will be allowed to operate the Patriot missiles”; that shows how much the Germans trust their barbarian cousins, the Turks.

“Hail Hi__er”

Nov 19, 2012 5:49am EST  --  Report as abuse
research1st wrote:

Patriots are to intercept incomming missiles…
So they use it to prevent more damage beeing done by Syrian missiles.

Nov 19, 2012 7:23am EST  --  Report as abuse
research1st wrote:

Patriots are to intercept incomming missiles only.

Nov 19, 2012 7:25am EST  --  Report as abuse

i know the un is ‘worthless as teets on a boar hog’, but surely this wont happen

Nov 19, 2012 7:34am EST  --  Report as abuse
EthicsIntl wrote:

@research1st; “Patriots are to intercept incoming missiles only.”

Uhma, uhma, uhma…

Thank you research1st. It shows how much I know or care about war machines.

Nov 19, 2012 8:19am EST  --  Report as abuse
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