posted on Feb, 8 2021 @ 08:30 PM
Awesome links and much appreciated information! I'm sorry to say the search function doesn't seem to favor me thus far. So far, it can be confirmed
that Turkey and Russia are fighting a proxy war against one another, and Turkey is even recruiting Syrian soldiers to this front. To me it seems
foolish for Turkey to engage in this conflict of it's own volition. I suspect if Turkey didn't belong to NATO and the U.N. they might not have the
audacity to play this game.
All countries involved are United Nations members, and Turkey as mentioned is a NATO member. I can't find any direct evidence as of yet that the U.S.
intentionally gave Azerbaijan the money mentioned above specifically for this conflict but it's seems odd to me that they gave Azerbaijan the money
supposedly as aid in 2018-2019 to supposedly "help contain Iran". From a previous amount of about 3 million USD to 100 million USD is a huge jump at a
drop of a hat and a whim. Knowing what the tensions and history of the area you'd have to be pretty naive to think the funds would really be used on
Iran to any degree of efficacy.
I'll keep perusing details here and there but I think something smells fishy about U.S. involvement and funding. I personally am willing to bet that
this isn't just a Russia vs. Turkey situation. Stars and thanks to everybody who's provided additional info and footage especially worldstarcountry
for the time they've taken to add more to this subject.
"Erdogan’s backing of Azerbaijan is a useful distraction from his sagging domestic economy, but it turns a long-standing local conflict into a
bigger geopolitical competition. Armenia can resist only with the backing of Russia, which has been fueling that side of the arms race — which means
it’s just a step or two to direct conflict between Moscow and Ankara."
Mention of Turkey proxy
on 8-2-2021 by Morbidlynx because: Typo