Kurds Under attack in TURKEY- 100 Dead, 250 injured 24-12-2015 **new video **
Waarschuwing, schokkende beelden:
Terwijl op ons leugenjournaal te zien was hoe sultan Erdogan een man tegenhoudt die van een brug wil springen (die zal wel opdracht gegeven hebben om daar te gaan staan op het moment dat hij langs reed), zijn de Turken bezig met hun 6de genocide of meer.
Dit doet Turkije op Kerstmis. Ze gaan de Armeense genocide herhalen op de Koerden. pic.twitter.com/Gv9wY3m6cL
— Ron Blom (@ronblom4) 25 december 2015
Turkije is een criminele terroristenstaat en dient uit de NAVO gezet te worden.
Turkey: A Criminal State, a NATO State
It is now openly discussed even in mainstream media the fact that Turkey has been intimately involved in fomenting and supporting the war on Syria, with its ultimate goal of the overthrow of the Syrian government and its replacement by a compliant proxy aligned with Turkish President Erdogan and the Muslim Brotherhood. That this is no longer a ‘conspiracy theory’ but a conspiracy fact not only vindicates my analysis over the last four years, but it also brings to the fore the nefarious role of a NATO member in stoking a brutal and bloody war for its own ends.
Beyond just the war itself, Turkey has been implicated in a wide variety of crimes (some constituting war crimes) which cast Ankara in a very bad light: a supporter of terrorism, a criminal government engaging in acts of aggression against its neighbors and other world powers, the repression of journalists and others who have brought the truth to the light of day, among many others. Taken in total, it becomes clear that under President Erdogan Turkey has become a belligerent actor with delusions of hegemony and a complete disregard for human rights and sovereignty.
But how exactly has this transformation happened? What has been proven regarding Turkish government actions that make it so clear that the regime in Ankara is criminal in nature?
Cataloguing Turkish Crimes
Turkish military crackdown & curfews force 200,000 civilians flee Kurdish southeast – report
Some 200,000 people have been forced to leave the areas of settlement in Turkey’s south as a result of a special operation which Ankara launched against the outlawed PKK after uneasy ceasefire collapsed in July, Turkish daily Today’s Zaman reports.
The region is undergoing its second largest migration wave since the 1990s, the publication writes. In the Diyarbakir Province’s Sur district alone “tens of thousands” were forced to flee their homes since Ankara imposed the latest strict curfew early December, CNN Turk reported, citing the opposition Republican Peoples Party (CHP).
The area of the Turkish military operation resembles a warzone, local citizens are telling media outlets, while photos and videos posted online show homes, mosques, stores and other buildings badly damaged by clashes. People are saying there is neither water nor electricity supply anymore. Schools are closed and even finding food has become a problem.