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originally posted by: essentialtremors
originally posted by: Rosinitiate
Rumors Putin cahooting with Turkish General.
Erdogen's time may be up.
I wondered if there was any Russian connection.
I guess that sort of kills the idea of a peaceful faction seizing power.
originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: solidshot
It sounds like a coup in progress... Turkey's current government leaders have been detained (by who, not sure - hopefully not the TERRORISTS but that would fit the narrative, wouldn't it? - or were their leaders already terrorists? New terrorists taking over from the old ones? I can't keep up!)
Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri (TSK) ülke yönetimine bütünüyle el koyulduğunu açıkladı.
Türk Silahlı Kuvvetlerinin yaptığı açıklama şöyle:
Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri, anayasal düzenin, demokrasinin, insani hak ve özgürlüklerinin tekrar temin ve tesis, ülkede hukukun üstünlüğünün yeniden hakim kılınması, bozulan asayış düzeninin tekrar sağlanması maksadıyla ülke yönetimine bütünüyle el koymuştur.
Tüm uluslararası anlaşmalarımız ve taahhütlerimiz eçerliliğini korumaktadır. Tüm dünya ülkeleri ile iyi ilişkilerimizin devam edeceğini temenni ederiz.
Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) has announced that the country's government confiscated its entirety.
Turkish Armed Forces said in a statement:
Turkish Armed Forces, the constitutional order, democracy, ensure the repetition of human rights and freedoms and facilities, enabling dominate again the rule of law in the country, deteriorating public security order of confiscated whole administration of the country in order to ensure again.
All international agreements and our commitment remains eçerlilig. with all countries of the world, we hope to continue our good relations.
Chief of Staff
And it should come as no surprise to anyone that the corporate media in the US have attempted to obscure the actual content of the conversations in their limited reporting on the subject. Where the head of Turkish intelligence says he will order his men to launch rockets at Turkish targets from within Syria, the BBC portrays this as undefined “military operations.” When the Turkish Ambassador stresses that any attack on the tomb of Suleyman Shah would have to be perpetrated by Turkish agents and made to look like an Al-Qaeda attack, Reuters calls this a plan to “secure” the tomb. When the Turkish Foreign Minister points out that Prime Minister Erdogan sees any such attack as an “opportunity” for Turkey to strike, The Wall Street Journal portrays this as “taking the threat of radical groups in Syria seriously.” The disconnect between what the officials are actually talking about and the way it is being described is striking.