Genocide For the Kurds?

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Offline Shorebreak

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Genocide For the Kurds?
« on: October 30, 2007, 03:34:53 AM »
Recently, the mainstream media has reported that Turkish resolve towards confronting Kurdish rebels in Iraq has significantly increased after members of a US Congressional subcommittee passed a resolution condemning Turkey for taking part in the Armenian genocide of 1915. The Turkish Parliament has authorized the use of military force agaist Kurdish rebels inside of Iraq, and the US White House has been portrayed as being left with limited recourse due to loyalties to both Turkey and the Kurds.

It's been reported by Seymour Hersh that the US and Israel are supporting not only the PKK (the terrorist organization, not the Kurdish poilitcal leadership, who also receives US support), but PEJAK as well. PEJAK is the Iranian branch of Kurdish resistance.

So here is the surface level situation for the US White House:

The White House cannot afford to lose logistics operations based in Turkey and hope to maintain security in area's of Iraq that are strategic with regards to the economic interests of those who commissioned the Iraq war.

The White House cannot afford to fracture NATO at a time when they're trying to sell the world on Iranian nukes, just as they sold them on Iraqi WMD's in 2003.

The White House cannot afford to create a rift between the White House and the Iraqi Kurds, whose northern region of Iraq is strategic in both geographic and geologic terms.

And the White House cannot afford to appear impotent in a sitution that was clearly forseeable yet appears untenable at surface level.

Below the surface, however, there is another story. The Turks and many other intelligence agencies are aware of US support for the PKK. Yet meanwhile, 70% of US air cargo destined for Iraq continues to pass through Turkey. Therefore, it's clear that as a matter of policy the Turks have decided to turn a blind eye to this situation.

The implication of this is that the PKK is funded to conduct operations which will thereby justify a Turkish military response. The current tiff between the US and Turkey was planned in order to make the US appear impotent to protect the Kurds, while the Turks clean house.

Why would they do that? The answer is simple.

Take a quick peek at the US Trade Representative's website for MEFTA - the Middle East Free Trade Area. http://www.ustr.gov/Trade_Agreements/Regional/MEFTA/Section_Index.html
It's an effort by the White House to unite the entire Middle East into a free trade zone like NAFTA, ASEAN, or the EC (prior to formation of the EU).

Then look at a map of the Middle East and see where Turkey resides. FYI - there is a significant Kurdish presence in Syria as well.
http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/middle_east_and_asia/middle_east98.jpg
Turkey is the only land conduit between Europe and the Middle East. As long as there is a threat of Kurdish rebellion, the trade route between the EU and MEFTA will be compromised.

Therefore, the decision has been made - quite possibly at the 2007 Bilderberg meeting which took place this year in Istanbul, Turkey - to eliminate the Kurds as a politically viable entity. US funded activities of the PKK will be presented by the global media as justification for Turkish activity.

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Re: Genocide For the Kurds?
« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2007, 04:37:30 AM »
It is amazing that everything that seems to come out of Bilderberg becomes the future.

The Kurds of the Middle East in the 80s till today are like the jews of europe from 1920-1940

the kurds have been double, triple, quadruple crossed by NWO genocidal maniacs.  Nothing i have seen shows that they are letting up on the genocide of the hurds.
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Re: Genocide For the Kurds?
« Reply #2 on: October 30, 2007, 10:02:21 PM »
It is amazing that everything that seems to come out of Bilderberg becomes the future.

The Kurds of the Middle East in the 80s till today are like the jews of europe from 1920-1940

the kurds have been double, triple, quadruple crossed by NWO genocidal maniacs.  Nothing i have seen shows that they are letting up on the genocide of the hurds.
Unfortunately for the Kurds, the stunt that Turkey and the NWO cabal in Washington has pulled over the last month has been used to distance the US from Turkey's forthcoming activities. And it's simultaneously being used to justify a Turkish offensive against the Kurds.

Possibly even more frightening, it was reported today that US military personal warned this past spring (in the weeks following the Bilderberg meeting in Istanbul) that a weakened dam in northern Iraq is at risk of failing, sending a 65 foot wall of water over Mosul and the area's 1.5 million residents. I can picture the NWO elites privately smiling from ear to ear when they hear reports that the dam has failed.

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« Reply #3 on: October 31, 2007, 01:56:29 AM »
Unfortunately for the Kurds, the stunt that Turkey and the NWO cabal in Washington has pulled over the last month has been used to distance the US from Turkey's forthcoming activities. And it's simultaneously being used to justify a Turkish offensive against the Kurds.

Possibly even more frightening, it was reported today that US military personal warned this past spring (in the weeks following the Bilderberg meeting in Istanbul) that a weakened dam in northern Iraq is at risk of failing, sending a 65 foot wall of water over Mosul and the area's 1.5 million residents. I can picture the NWO elites privately smiling from ear to ear when they hear reports that the dam has failed.

yeah but again the kurds are just cannon fodder to get into Iran, a fight with the kurds via the Cheney funded PKK allows a clear 2nd front into Iran. Turkey is currently bombing the iraq/iran border under the auspices of defending themselves.  They are obviously softening up a "Normandy Beach" for a future ground attack



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Re: Genocide For the Kurds?
« Reply #4 on: October 31, 2007, 02:01:27 AM »
Turkish Air Force Strikes Targets Bordering Iran
http://www.crooksandliars.com/2007/10/27/turkish-air-force-strikes-targets-inside-iraq/
By: Logan Murphy @ 5:11 AM - PDT   



http://www.crooksandliars.com/Media/Download/22831/1/msnbc-turkey-102607.wmv

MSNBC reported earlier today that Turkey’s Prime Minister says their Air Forces have hit targets in the Kurdish region of northern Iraq. More from MSNBC:

Turkish forces hit Kurdish rebel targets in northern Iraq, Turkey’s deputy prime minister said Friday.

The state-run Anatolia news agency reported that Turkish aircraft attacked suspected rebel positions that were detected during reconnaissance flights. There were no reports of guerrilla casualties. Read more…

UPDATE: (Nicole)  It appears that there is much confusion over this story…after all three cable networks reported the air strikes as a breaking story Friday morning, they stopped reporting it by Friday evening.  What little news out there is contradictory: in one, the US is considering air strikes themselves;in another, they advocate diplomacy; in a third, they claim the time for diplomacy is over and then, perhaps most typically, officials say they’ll do nothing at all.   Whether this is due to a lazy or incompetent media or through deliberate obfuscation on the part of State Department, I can’t tell, but it is clear that we’re not getting the full story.
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Re: Genocide For the Kurds?
« Reply #5 on: November 01, 2007, 05:07:47 PM »
Shorebreak,
Thanks for the article, good insight into the region.
I wonder how this all ties together with the Caspian Sea nations, and the oil reserves there and elsewhere in Asia.
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Re: Genocide For the Kurds?
« Reply #6 on: October 07, 2015, 08:44:43 PM »
RT: ‘ISIS used chemical weapons in Iraq in August’: Kurds cite blood tests.

https://www.rt.com/news/317942-isis-kuds-chemical-weapons-iraq/

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Re: Genocide For the Kurds?
« Reply #7 on: November 15, 2015, 12:58:22 AM »
Thanks for the share of these informations.

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Re: Genocide For the Kurds?
« Reply #8 on: May 26, 2016, 05:42:39 AM »
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