THIRD POST – SEPTEMBER 27, 2012 – PKK CONTROLS ALL SOUTHEASTERN TURKEY; PKK BAGS 10 TURKISH SOLDIERS IN BOLD ATTACK; AREA ON FIRE. TURKISH OPPOSITION CALLS ERDOGHAN’S POLICIES VIOLATION OF CONSTITUTION.
Reports coming through the normal press and SyrPer’s own sources confirm that the PKK has now established a “Quasi-Kurdish State” in Southeastern Turkey, effectively challenging the rule of Recep Tayyip Erdoghan’s Jutice and Development Party. The Republican People’s Party, the main opposition, headed by future Prime Minister, Kemal Kilicdaroghlu, himself a native of Eastern Turkey, has called Erdoghan’s policies toward Syria “constitutional crimes” deserving of prosecution. It is interesting that this kind of uptick in criticism coincides with SyrPer’s assessment that the military is going to remove Erdoghan by force and hand the Obama Administration and NATO their biggest foreign policy disaster in decades.
Kemal Kilicdaroghlu heads the main opposition in Turkey which, judging by recent polls, will win any election hands down against the Islamist terrorist supporter, Erdoghan.
Erdoghan’s insane, mindless, support of Libyan savages, Yemeni criminals and Syrian felons, who have now been forced by the Turkish army to enter Syria, has compromised the entire Turkish state, essentially ceding to the PKK whole swathes of territory in the ancestral homeland of the Kurds abutting other contested areas in northeast Syria, northern Iraq and northwestern Iran. The fact of a PKK mini-state in Turkey is being avoided by the Western press which tries to cleave as much as possible to a CIA-inspired narrative that “everything is going fine in the war against President Assad”. But, obviously, it is not fine. In point of fact, it is going the other way to perdition.
This is a dream-state for the Kurds of the Near East. The PKK has already occupied a big chunk of its Eastern/Central parts thanks to the illustrious Recep Tayyip Erdoghan.
With a solidifying base in very pro-PKK territory, operations against the Turkish military are proceeding apace. The day before yesterday, the PKK attacked a Turkish army column with ordnance obtained from captured or killed Syrian terrorists. It is noteworthy, that the Syrian army now regularly transfers weapons and ammunitions determined to be of Turkish origin to the PKK, just to remind Erdoghan of the vapidity of his policies. SyrPer has learned from Wael that a cache of weapons seized yesterday in Hama was put on trucks and sent straight to Qamishli for distribution to our Kurdish allies.
This attack on a bus carrying Turkish infantrymen occurred in Tuncelli on September 25, 2012. The PKK used a tried-and-tested IED, the same remote-controlled apparatus which bedeviled American forces in Iraq and then fired on the bus for good measure.
On top of all this is a deal in the making to begin supplying the PKK with captured “Doschka” anti-aircraft and anti personnel machine guns….oh, and by the by…..the same being bought by Saudi Arabia for the “freedom fighting” terrorists of the FSA. Now wouldn’t that be a corker? The only objection is from Iraqi president, Nouri Al-Maliki, who fears an exponential growth in Kurdish power will hobble him in negotiations with Talibani and Barazani concerning oil contracts in Kirkuk, in the North. Syria and Iraq are working very tightly these days, a relationship almost as important as that which Syria enjoys with Iran.
Recruitment for the PKK is burgeoning at optimal levels with young Kurds, buoyed up by PKK victories against the Turkish Army, the promise of a new state in Eastern Turkey and crushing poverty not addressed by Erdoghan’s Turco-centric Islamist regime, queuing up for service. And now, with a regional power like Syria behind them, the taste of victory is nigh. RELEASE ABDALLAH OCAYLAN NOW!