THIRD POST – OCTOBER 17, 2012 – PKK STRIKES INTO THE HEART OF TURKEY AS ERDOGHAN FEELS INTENSE PRESSURE
PKK liberation forces struck hard at the Ankara regime today with a deadly blow to the Turkish army as described in the article below:
Word from Qamishly is that Murat Karayilan, Executive Director of the PKK (The Kurdish Workers Party) has given the “green light” to his forces to unleash “a firestorm against the Erdoghan regime”. These words come amidst a cascade of evidence that the PKK has now completed training on a whole spectrum of new weapons provided by interested governments including those of Iraq and Syria. Erdoghan bought into the Saudi-Qatari scenario without remembering who these disreputable scoundrels were. His headaches are just beginning.
This PKK freedom fighter’s eyes can’t but display jubilation in receiving new anti-tank weapons.
In the meantime, and menacingly (if you are Erdoghan), Syria has been moving Scud missiles to the North Central regions west of the Euphrates. Remember those plump hydroelectric dams? We have already reported about the need to train Anatolian locals in the sport of swimming. We know Erdoghan has been taking lessons and has exhibited real skill in plying currents moving at 80 mph. If he continues to host those nasty radical Salafists, he may have to use his athletic skills much earlier than he thinks:
This water he’s swimming in is a lot cleaner than the silty stuff in the Euphrates. But, I think he gets the message.
While Erdoghan dreams of Esther Williams in a chador, his government is struggling to control the damage from the forced landing of the Syrianair A-320 Airbus which landed near Ankara because of a “tip” the Turks received about “weapons” for the Syrian Ministry of Defense. We already told you how that “tip” came about. What we have not told you is that Erdoghan is “livid” that the plane contained almost nothing other than civilian merchandise. We stand by what we wrote before: that the plane carried an appropriate amount of luggage for the 18 Russian nationals aboard and a bunch of electronic equipment identified by our sources as “deliberately picked” ancient Panasonic stereo systems and short wave radios. Some sources in the reliable media have added that the plane also was ferrying “civilian radar for an airport” and “an apparatus to detect IEDs in order to protect the civilian population”.
Erdoghan’s initial declaration that the plane contained “munitions” has now been exposed as irresponsible “wishful thinking”. The Russians are making a lot of hay out of this. The mistreatment of Syrian crew members is one thing, but denying Russian citizens contact with their consulate is another. Subjecting Russian citizens to unacceptable peril in flight is also a matter of immense concern The Russians have let rumors fly that the Kremlin is considering withdrawing the ambassador in a fit of pique. While this baptism in public humiliation is continuing, his foreign minister is suffering even more. As you will read today.
“Scud the dams! Full speed ahead!” We might have to Busby Berkley to choreograph this.