THIRD POST – OCTOBER 3, 2012 – TURKEY’S PRESIDENT ON THE OUTS WITH ERDOGHAN

THIRD POST – OCTOBER 3, 2012 – TURKEY’S PRESIDENT AT WAR WITH ERDOGHAN OVER DESTRUCTIVE POLICIES; MAJOR RIFT WILL LEAD TO ERDOGHAN’S FALL. 

The West doesn’t want to mention this, but one startling development emerging from Recep Tayyip Erdoghan’s alliance with Saudi Arabia and Qatar against Syria’s government is a buckling in the relationship between him and his President, Abdallah Gul.  Their Justice and Development Party is reeling from news that polls in the country show their party is on the way out.  Opposition candidate Kilicdaroghlu is very likely to be Turkey’s new Prime Minister if Erdoghan continues on his crazed policy of supporting Islamist terrorists and alienating all neighbors.

Abdallah Gul, Turkey’s President, is an Islamist to be sure; but he is not passionate about it.  He is known for being predictably practical.

SyrPer adheres to its previous prediction that Erdoghan will be taken down by his own army or assassinated by pro-secular “Ataturk” supporters.  He has not visited the southern part of his country for months out of fear of being killed or humiliated by angry Alawis and Alevis who detest him for ruining the very profitable relationship they had with Syria, Iraq and Iran.  Erdoghan, it is said, is driven by an obsession to prove himself correct on Syria even if it means supporting Islamist terrorists whose own ideologies define Erdoghan himself as an “infidel”.  The man is insane.  

Aslan said in an old conversation that Erdoghan would give the order to invade Syria without any hesitation but for the fact that his military has warned him not to do it.  SyrPer also believes that soft targets on the Euphrates River, like the hydroelectric dams, would be targeted by Syrian cruise missiles, leaving the entire eastern part of the country inundated in one of history’s most horrifying spectacles of flooding and environmental damage.  SyrPer also believes that Russia and Iran (especially) would invade Turkey if Syria were attacked.

Watch events in Turkey carefully over the next few weeks.  Erdoghan feels betrayed not only by the EU but by NATO also.  He distrusts the Saudis and Qataris because of their record for not “sticking” to a plan which means he may be left out in the cold to absorb the smear campaigns that inevitably follow failure.  He must also fear charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity.

                          Such a nice dam.  What a shame if a missile landed on it.  Tsk. Tsk. Tsk. 

   


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re: “SyrPer also believes that Russia and Iran (especially) would invade Turkey if Syria were attacked.”

It seems that it depends upon what “attacked” means. But would Iran really invade Turkey? They might cut off gas/oil, but even that is questionable. Did Syria help Iran in the Iran-Iraq War? Did Syria help Russia in the Chechen War?

Especially in the case of Russia, one would assume that better technology is what has been needed since the beginning. Real-time satellite info might have done wonders. And what about some drones?

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