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Turkey may yet have its fate with destiny

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Submitted by Peter (Australia), Feb 13, 2012 at 05:24

If Erdogan and his minions are not careful and follow the Iranian path to anti-Western animus then perhaps we should revive that old plane and dust it off , Which plan ? The one about the partition of Turkey into Sunni , Alevi/Shiite and Kurdish states . I think a joint NATO-Russian operation should do the job .

And while we are at it a pro-western government in Tehran in long overdue .

Give it time , like they say " give them enough rope and they eventually hang themselves".

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