SIXTH POST – OCTOBER 15, 2012 – RUSSIA PREPARES FOR ERDOGHAN’S FALL FROM POWER; SYRIAN ARMY HAS TURKISH DAMS IN THE CROSS-HAIRS; ISLAMIST TERRORISTS RUNNING RAMPANT IN TURKISH COUNTRYSIDE
Bookies in Istanbul are not giving Erdoghan much time as the Russian navy docked at Tartous begins naval exercises to bolster a 50,000 man peace keeping force which will be injected into Syria as soon as the army cleans up the Islamist killers in both Idlib Province and Deir Al-Zour. Russian assessment of the situation in the Northern capital of Aleppo is optimistic as more new militia fighters are introduced into areas liberated by the Syrian army. The new militiamen are graduates of a tough three month training program designed strictly for anti-insurgency operations. This will free up over 45,000 Syrian soldiers for the fighting to come to finally rid the country of the bearded nincompoops from every failed state in the Muslim world.
This scene from Aleppo’s Sukkari District shows the bearded garbage dispatched by our army. It’s seems almost serene. Russia’s generals are pleased with the performance of the SAA.
Russia has been secretly giving advice to Turkey’s opposition parties in an effort to cultivate an atmosphere of rejection for the mentally unstable Recep Tayyip Erdoghan. He and his f.m., hyperactive dunce and pretentious purveyor of Prussian poppycock, Ahmed Davutoghlu, are being targeted for public humiliation in the wake of two astounding foreign policy bungles: the forced landing of a Syrian commercial aircraft from Russia carrying Russian citizens and the public snub to U.N. emissary Lakhdar Librahimi’s demand that Turkey discuss border security with Syria. Coupled with the declining fortunes of the Turkish economy, Russia has been grooming Kemal Kilicdaroglu of the Republican People’s Party to take Erdoghan’s place. But Russia is approaching this goal with typical Kremlinesque equanimity – a form of cunning, really, emblematic of the Russian diplomatic style, all professional looking but with Stalin’s shadow lurching over its blueprint. When Sergei Lavrov speaks, it’s like the dentist who tells you about the little “pressure” you’re going to feel when he stabs your cavity with that sharp curette in his hairy hand.
Funny that, about Stalin, I mean, Lavrov is part Armenian and Georgian.
In the meantime, we have received some word about Russian discussions concerning sending the issue of Erdoghan’s war crimes to the International Court. Along with this, there is the possibility that the Prince of Qatar, a banana Emirate on the verge of extinction, may also be mentioned as a candidate for prosecution given his open and voluble acknowledgements of his “country’s” financing of radical Jihadism in Syria.
They won’t look like this in Spandau Prison especially with Erdoghan’s metastatic cancer and Prince Fatso’s bulging eyes, but if the Russians get it right, maybe they’ll get a few years in Lubyanka.
Aslan called me today from Antioch with the usual anti-Erdoghan diatribes. I told him about a contact of mine in St. Petersburg (Bassel Imaddedine) who mentioned rumors about Russia floating the idea of a war crimes petition. He became ecstatic and promised he would be the first witness. I told him not to hold his breath as this sort of thing takes time. I can’t even tell you what he said about Prince Drum of Catarrh. It would make a coprolalian blush.
In the meantime, we at SyrPer are delighted to inform you that General Dawood Rajiha’s plan to blow up all of Turkey’s dams on the Euphrates is alive and well despite the general’s assassination on July 18, 2012. While it is true that Dr. Assad is opposed to any provocative actions that might give crackpot sicko Erdoghan an excuse to invoke the NATO Defense Treaty, I understand he has not shelved the idea in the event the Emperor of Ankara decided to go it alone (in which case NATO could not intervene legally). Witnesses in Al-Jazeera Province have seen movements of Scud-Bs and Scud-Ds moving northwards over the last two weeks. Friends in Al-Hasakeh have seen the same. This was reported to me by a visiting friend from that town. The Scuds are highly mobile as they sit atop truck-borne launching pads. Syria also has cruise missiles which are rarely mentioned in the West.
How do you like them apples? Erdoghan. Hate to see that big dam go up in dust. Or wouldn’t I?
Garabed travels between Aleppo, Cyprus, Greece and Southern Turkey on business. Business in Turkey is awful. People grumble a great deal about Erdoghan’s dead-end policies. But there’s another problem: Jihadists allowed in to Southern Turkey are not as disciplined as some of the Syrian deserters and are known to preach their form of Salafist Islam to the locals who are mostly Alevis. As they sneak away from their camps to proselytize the population, they have also been known to steal every kind of merchandise imaginable, including sheep. The number of incidents is growing which is why Erdoghan ordered all Libyans kicked out of the South last month in an effort to reduce crime. It’s not working very well. Garabed says a civil war might start over this kind of etiquette.
It’s the cocktail hour. I have notes from all over the place to my right and left. I must read e-mails tomorrow. I want to remind my readers to look up a presidential candidate of integrity and imagination: Rocky Anderson. We endorse him. He’s a lot better than Tweedle Bam and Tweedle Rom.