Turkish security breach exposes Erdogan in power struggle

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xcanada2 wrote:

Are the majority of people (in this case Turks) so corrupt that national security trumps heineous corruption at the very top of their government?

We are talking about millions of dollars squirreled away for Erdogan’s sons, and false flag operations to go to war on Syria.

Mar 28, 2014 1:02pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
IslamBlows wrote:

Is there a muslim country whose government is not corrupt to the core?

Hey Ergodan, how’s that EU application coming along? LOL!

Mar 28, 2014 4:05pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
Fromkin wrote:

“There are two shocking things in this case,”

“One is the fact that Turkey is now unable to keep a conversation at the highest level in the security establishment…secret

The second shocking thing is that despite every measure they have taken since December 17, including the purge of many thousands of people including police, judiciary and probably other places, this continues to go on.”

I find it shocking that discussing to stage a false flag attack to start a war with a potential to kill millions is not listed here as another shocking thing. Staging false flag attack is a crime against humanity. I guess NATO members are immune to the international court.

Mar 29, 2014 5:50am EDT  --  Report as abuse
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