Shitheads wrote:Khepesh wrote:Lavrov made some interesting comments. He said that Stoltenberg's statement yesterday was not agreed by members and there was "hot argument" about Turkey. Before Stoltenberg spoke I said NATO would back Turkey 100% and was surprised that what was said was rather low key, but now we know why. I think a thank you to those NATO members who did not kow tow to Washington, probably Greece and Slavic countries as the others have their heads fully in America's ass. Also what Lavrov said about the circumstances of the shoot down, no different to what has been all over the networks since yesterday, but from him it confirms pre determination on the part of Turkey, and so a deliberate act of war. A formal war between Russia and Turkey will not happen of course, but Turkey must now be seen as an active enemy country engaging in blatant acts of war using conventional and terrorist forces. Those governments that call for "de-escalation" are governments that do not hold back when they themselves are attacked, and this includes France, and their words are used toilet paper, as they always are.
Yepp, NATO obviously think its ok to kill Russian service men fighting filthy sunni fanatics. Backing Turkey with Article 5. So much for the War on Terror.
Fine. They want to scare Russia from righteously retaliating by threatening to use Article 5. I think the idea that Russia should make a military alliance with Iran, Iraq and Syria with Article 5 replica then. Or make em part of CSTO and push the filthy sunni fanatics to the grave and then setup AA complexes near Turkeys border so that when they pass the border by even a km or a few seconds they get fired upon. Question is, are the Iraqis and the Iranians interested in something as such? Because i think they too have a grievance and a lust for vengeance against them with the recent revelations of Erdo & Son. A realization of something as such could also interest Cyprus and Greece i think, given the problems with trespassing that they themselves have with the arrogant Turks. This in self tells how vulnerable and a liability Turkey is.
Iraq and Iran and Syria are all enemies of Turkey. Turkey keeps making enemies with its neighbors.
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