Skip to comments.Turkey Bombs Syria Again Despite UN Warning
Posted on 10/08/2012 6:00:06 PM PDT by Eleutheria5
Turkey bombarded Syrian army positions on Monday in response to what Turkish officials said was a new shell strike on a border town, just hours after UN chief Ban Ki-moon warned of the dangers.
Ban said there was a growing risk that the conflict in Syria, now in its 19th month, could spill over into neighbouring Turkey and Lebanon, and called for an end to foreign arming...
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The UN is as worthless as t*ts on a boar...or as an Obama in the White House.
A UN “warning” is only slightly scarier than a box of kittens
Doesn't sound like anyone over 'there' is playing 'nice' at all.
Well it certainly isn’t on Turkey’s side when another country shells them. Turkey could wipe out Syria in a day.
“You will always be the emperor within the forbidden city, excellency.”
What next? Double secret probation?
Would like to see a Turkey Bomb..
“A UN warning is only slightly scarier than a box of kittens”
But the UN warning is more amusing.
A turkey? A TURKEY bombed Syria. Holy smokes. What do they feed their turkeys?
Is Iran stirring this pot?
If the UN had existed in 1939, the entire world would now be divided into two entities: The Stalinists and the Nazis.
I could imagine Iran is very upset by all this. Assad is losing his hold on power, and fighting with Turkey, and both were supposed to be part of a territorially contiguous axis between Iran, Lebanon, Syria and Turkey, and maybe Iraq thrown in for good measure if they can get el Sadir’s faction to beat the followers of Sistani, and take over the country. Instead, they’re having civil war within Syria and border skirmishes with Turkey. How will they utterly demolish Israel now? The Jooos! must be behind it./teehee
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