Turkey and Syria: More war why and for whom?

If you read these two pieces to Turkey or its Syria policy, one can be almost dizzy.

http://www.faz.net/aktuell/politik/ausland/abgehoertes-geheimgespraech-tuerkischer-ueberraschungseffekt-12869096.html

http://www.faz.net/aktuell/politik/tuerkei-comment-dirty-election campaign-12869234.html

Turkey has now actually burned through all its arms supplies and other support of anti-Assad forces in Syria, fueling the civil war there, the own ass?

What forces are there that make the Turkish government now think of a direct intervention in the Syrian civil war?

Know about anybody?

A handful of guerrillas can it be unlikely.

And he who hears the Turkish government not only phone, is even able to bring most secret deliberations to the public?

The Mossad? The CIA? The Russians?

Are suddenly so threatening perceived forces - obviously not Assad - from the box Qatar and Saudi Arabia funded?

Would that without the goodwill of the Americans?

Iran is to Assad, the least seems clear.

That is so for once not the outright villain.

Syrian Kurdish forces divorce probably made more.

Does the Turkish government, which commands the second largest NATO army, not even a bug search service that knows his craft?

Is there a traitor directly in the government?

What about the Bundeswehr Patriot batteries?

Will you do by marching to Damascus, the Israelis under the Golan to shake hands? (The Zionist Erdogan Zionists?)

Plant one in Washington and London now also a coup in Turkey? If yes, what, where?

Will NATO (want their puppet masters) now build an alliance case? (Rather unlikely, but: Who knows?)

Asked around enough stupid: No significant militia in Syria holds through without significant outside help. Money and weapons need any, by you can not make one or the other, so that it pays valid or shoot last long.

All actors are silent eloquent it.

What's going on?

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8 Responses to "Turkey and Syria: More war why and for whom?"

  1. Woodcut says:

    Yawn! Bit much clumsy Lockfragen have long since answered.
    For example:

    "And he who hears the Turkish government not only phone, is even able to bring most secret deliberations to the public?

    The Mossad? The CIA? The Russians? "

    Hello ... ..Planet Earth spaceship Goeller: Ever heard the name Snowden?

    Otherwise: Do not ask questions and get no lies ...... .But, certainly, shhh, there's something out there!

  2. Magnus Wolf Goeller says:

    @ Woodcut

    "Bit clumsy Lockfragen that have long since answered."

    Really? You know the answers? All do?

    I'm curious, when Planet Earth they radioed to high spaceship Goeller.

    And it was, as claimed, I ask that only I do not yet heard.

  3. Woodcut says:

    Certainly I know all the answers so far as the questions are to be answered at all. But woodcut "sparks" to no answers to banal trick questions "up".
    Just maybe one:
    "Iran is to Assad that after all seems to be clear." I am inclined to agree with her assumption of this sensational news value.

  4. Woodcut says:

    Well, one after the other. ...

    "Turkey has now actually, there by all their weapons deliveries and other support of anti-Assad forces in Syria, fueling the civil war, burnt his own ass?"

    If the implied assertions could be true be the consequence that the consequence is true, whatever they mean exactly.

    "What forces are there that make the Turkish government now think of a direct intervention in the Syrian civil war?"

    Is this statement verifiable?

    "White about the nobody?"

    Just as it is. ...

    "A handful of guerrillas can it hardly be."

    A handful of "irregulars" in the Turkish government, funny idea. ...

    "When the suddenly perceived as threatening forces - obviously not Assad - financed from the box Qatar and Saudi Arabia?"

    Please call a spade a spade, before the attempt to answer would be untrustworthy.

    "Would that without the goodwill of the Americans?"

    This question is too vague! "America" ​​is not the Knower, certainly not politically monolithic block.

    "If the Turkish government, which commands the second largest NATO army, not even a bug search service that knows his craft?"

    Certainly, the Turkish army has a department for counter-espionage. Whether you understand "craft" and whether he is equipped with the latest technological advances two questions.

    "Is there a traitor directly in the government?"

    Presumably, traitors are everywhere.

    "What about the Bundeswehr Patriot batteries?"

    Be serviced and maintained.

    "Will you do by marching to Damascus, the Israelis under the Golan to shake hands? (The Zionist Erdogan Zionists?) "

    Until now, no one at marches and the "will" of governments and essence can now times inherently difficult to estimate.

    "Plant one in Washington and London now also a coup in Turkey? If yes, what, where? "

    Who knows? But who is "we"? As always, the plans, changing a government is never a coup.

    "Will NATO (want their puppet masters) now build an alliance case? (Rather unlikely, but: Who knows?) "

    Exactly, who knows?

    "What's going on?"

    The usual ... Great Game.

    So all hope to have answered to complete satisfaction. As it is otherwise in the spaceship? Can you get used to weightlessness? How do you deal with the limited terrain around? Come the "suction toilets" well? Oh I would have soooo many questions.

  5. Magnus Wolf Goeller says:

    @ Woodcut

    Thanks, you've helped me.

  6. Woodcut says:

    I Do something like, Master!

  7. Woodcut says:

    Magnus
    Anyway, when building a superintelligence the scribbling "one of the stupidest people with them to do it since then had" accepted, at least superficially.

  8. Magnus Wolf Goeller says:

    @ Woodcut

    You quoted me completely wrong.

    But I will not discuss further here.

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