Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Zionists Are Behind Push For Region Wide Middle East War

This past spring and summer it became apparent that a serious rift was growing between Turkey and the US. Continued failure by the american occupation and their puppet government in Iraq to clamp down on Kurdish seperatists forced the Turks to shift a large military force to the border with Iraq and they've been threatening to invade to wipe out the thousands of Kurdish PPK commandos in the area. In public the Bushistas have been trying to play it cool, pretending that everything can be smoothed over with both the Kurds and Turkey but forces behind the scenes have been working to plunge the whole region into chaos.

It's emerged that The US along with it's "special friend" Israel has basically ditched it's NATO ally Turkey in favor of the Kurds in their quest for an independent Kurdistan. Oil contracts between american companies and the Kurds are giving them added muscle in their drive to create an independent Kurdish nation, something that Turkey will absolutely not allow to happen. But that wierd push in congress to recognize a century old Armenian slaughter as a genocide which was pushed for by AIPAC, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, and enraged the Turks, shows that Israel is pushing to drive a wedge between america and Turkey.

"Experts on U.S.-Turkish relations in Washington report that the recent deterioration in relations between Washington and Ankara are primarily due to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) (...)
Turkey blames Israel for the passage by the House International Relations Committee of the Armenian genocide resolution."

Not that the ziofascist element in this country minds that another muslim nation is added to it's enemy list. All summer long Turkey has been seizing weapons from the PKK that have american origins. It's no secret that even though publicly the Kurdish seperatist group is called a terrorist organization, the US is quite chummy with them:

"British Daily Telegraph claimed that the US officers have regular meetings with the PKK terrorists in Northern Iraq. Damien McElroy in his report mentioned “US army helicopters are reportedly used to shuttle officers to regular meetings with Kurdish fighters”.

All this isn't lost on the Turkish people. "Turkey is well aware that the US has turned a blind eye towards the PKK’s operations, while actively supporting its sister organization in carrying out terrorist attacks against Iran in the name of Kurdish separatism." It's no secret that the zionists have a hard on for a much wider war, and have been aiding and abetting that PKK sister organization PJAK in a not-so-secret war on Iran. Last year Seymour Hersh wrote in the New Yorker:

"In the past six months Israel and the US have been working together in support of a Kurdish resistance group known as the Party For Free Life in Kurdistan. The group has been conducting clandestine cross border forays into Iran, I was told by a government consultant with close ties to the pentagon civilian leadership, as part of an effort to explore alternate means of applying pressure on Iran"

The PKK and its affiliates are spread through a region of some 35 million Kurds that straddles Turkey, Iraq, Iran and Syria. Israel has a long-standing relationship with Iraqi Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani and it's a fact that it funds and trains Kurdish rebel groups. All those countries have banded together now and give support to one another in their fight against zionist terror. In Turkey's case it looks like the gulf has widened so much between it and the US that it's conceivable that two NATO members could actually wind up on opposing sides of a battlefield.


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