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End of the Turkish anomaly

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Oct 26, 2011 at 10:12

Debanjan Banerjee

wrote :

> Turkey has a historical right to the Eastern Mediterranean to ensure the security and stability of this area and that right is as much valid as Israel claims its rights to the holy land.<

Turkey has the same "historical right" to the Eastern Mediterranean as it has to Belgrade or Budapest or to Chinese Turkestan or Turkic-speaking regions of Russia which Turkey is planning to incorporate into its Pan-Turkic Empire stretching from the Adriatic to Urumqi. And as the historical record in the Eastern Mediterranean shows Turkey knows just how to bring about historical regress and degeneration in areas it subjugates. But the Eastern Mediterranean deserves a better future than Turkish misrule and primitivism.

> Egypt at this point of history does need one thing and that is uncultivated land for feeding its starving population. That can only be done if Egypt can be provided uncultivated land in countries such as say Southern Sudan .<

Shall it happen before accomplishing the genocide in Darfur or after ?

> I guess the Egyptians can also join in the China-Russia-Turkey joint trilateral commission to expand its area of influence in countries such as Southern Sudan etc.<

Russia will never join hands with Turkey - its historical and today's enemy Number 2. During the Chechen wars it was Turkey that provided most jihadists and support for the Chechen terrorists. China is well aware of Pan-Turkic dreams of Turkey as well. Every time the Uyghurs start riots and jihad they turn to the Turkish embassy for help and with complaints.

Your miscarried trilateral commission shall be replaced by another trilateral body including Greece,Israel and Armenia and perhaps Kurdistan as observer . Its sole objective shall be the end of the Turkish anomaly for a more secure, peaceful and propserous future of the region without jihads, without Pan-Turkism , without genocides and their denials.

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