posted on Sep, 30 2012 @ 02:08 AM
reply to post by thePharaoh
The Kurds are playing the right cards they will get a new state, it depends how strong their territorial claims are (I have no real info on that, but
agree that Turkey doesn't seem to be looking at the bigger picture), what is strange since that state is mostly secular (not the government, there I
understand an inclination to go ater Iran).
The Kurds are pro-American (they seem to have forgot who helped Saddam in the past and have been the largest beneficiaries of recent actions). They
have strong claims and even a large thirst fro revenge against the Turks (Syria or Iran may be helping them now, I haven't seen many reports or Kurds
acting against Syria, I know that they have been used by the CIA to infiltrate Iran from Iraq. I would say that the Kurds are playing both fields,
almost like Pakistan). But yes Turkey's actions amids all this is very comprehensible...
Turkey they have been prevented and generally been eluded by the Anglo-Americans+Greece in regards for entering the EU. NATO interest will dwindle if
they get their way with Syria and Iran, they had a purpose against the Soviets, unless we believe in the missile shield propaganda, Turkey will not be
of relevancy beyond keeping it secular.
edit on 30-9-2012 by Panic2k11 because: cleanup