Turkey Opens Borders to Europe; tell 4 Mil. Refugees to LEAVE WITHIN 72 HOURS - Greece & Bulgaria Deploy Troops to seal Borders

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Turkish President Recypt Erdogan has ordered the borders of Turkey be OPENED to allow a human tsunami of four million Syrian Refugees to storm into Europe.

In response, Greece and Bulgaria are deploying tens of thousands of military troops to their respective Borders with orders to SEAL those borders; NO ONE IN!

In addition, Greece has deployed fifty (50) of its warships to islands off its coast, to protect its maritime jurisdiction from Turkish incursions.

This is now setting-up a humanitarian disaster of historic proportions.   The refugees began streaming out of Turkey late last night, and are now being forced away by Greek and Bulgarian troops.

Meanwhile, Europe is in the early stages of a large outbreak of deadly Coronavirus, as that sickness spreads worldwide from China. If the refugees from Turkey are infected, the disease will run rampant among them, and thus hundreds-of-thousands of them eill grow ill on the trek toward Europe.   Once they get to the Greek and Bulgarian borders, they will be halted.   How many will simply drop dead from being trapped, with no food, no water, no shelter and no medical care.

This action by Turkey's President Recpyt Erdogan, appears to some people, to be an intentional crime against humanity.

 

 

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    Shane Chambers · 3 months ago
    CT is best technology for COVID19 detection : https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/02/200226151951.htm
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    Shane Chambers · 3 months ago
    Cremating People Alive In China:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YpeNO8PSuyY
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    Skippy Name · 3 months ago
    I heard dead spots during key info. I switched to the phone number and it had it was silent on my phone.
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      jw williams · 3 months ago
      It happened to me too
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      Skippy Name · 3 months ago
      It eventually cleared up after awhile on the mp3 backup.
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      Skippy Name · 3 months ago
      Listening to main listen line the backup mp3 line. Both had dead spots.
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    TL Spurlen · 3 months ago
    I kept getting blanks in the windows media player on the show tonight
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    Norman Zubick · 3 months ago
    Hi Hal Friday night show was frequently cut off like someone didn’t want us to hear certain things. Please post the archive if possible. It was a great and very informative show - Thanks!
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      Shane Chambers · 3 months ago
      I second that, I tried my Verizon Network on my Android phone, same problem. I am on a Mac, with Itunes same problem. Must have been some massive DDOS attack against HAL
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    Arthur Eveland · 3 months ago
    ok, so I am at work here on a Friday afternoon and our receptionist comes to me and says that she tried to do our normal costco business order which includes kleenex, clorox wipes, hand sanitizer, etc and she says the online shows sold out and asks me if I have to time to swing by after my lunhc meeting.... so I offer to do so! Wow.... it was a madhouse, everything getting cleaned out...much worse than christmas time....then I hear from my mom who had also gone to another costco this same afternoon in scottsdale and it was same situation there! As the saying goes, "its on like donkey kong"..... lol... Good luck and god bless all you!
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      Shane Chambers · 3 months ago
      Noticed Wallmart beans and rice were just about sold out. Looks like most of the prepper stores are sold out 3-5 week delay. Things like powdered eggs are gone. Seeing price gouging on line.
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      TSlinger · 3 months ago
      Sam's Club Glendale, AZ was normal as normal can be- no shortages on anything. No unusual crowds. Observed no "prep-shoppers" carts.
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        James Huff · 3 months ago
        Iowa, Cedar Rapids area... I can't speak for CostCo's (Coralville, IA), but Sam's Club, WalMart and HyVee Food stores were all stocked and normal for the amount of people inside. Parking lots were about the same as they always are on a Friday evening. Cashiers were polite as were the people in the stores. But hey, this is the MidWest and the people here, are some of the nicest I've ever met. But then I have only ever lived in Ohio, Florida, Texas, Iowa and Germany... so, take it for what it is worth... normal enough here, for now...
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      Taylor Luster · 3 months ago
      Thank you all for the heads up and letting everyone know what you are seeing in your area. It is helpful!
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      jw williams · 3 months ago
      Thx for sharing. Im curious how Sams Club is functioning
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      Islandgirl · 3 months ago
      Same in WA state. Just got back from Costco. Unbelievably full - a cashier at every register which we don't normally see. Clearly many stocking up on TP, clorox wipes, etc. The parking lot was completely full. I don't know when I've ever see it that full. At least it wasn't a madhouse. People were still polite, etc. and the lines weren't terribly long. But I heard comments here and there and I could hear the anxiety and at least 2 people calling someone on the phone telling them to come to the store ASAP to stock up. Got bless!
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    Mike Fisch · 3 months ago
    That wouldn’t be the first Turkish crime against humanity. Remember the Armenian genocide.
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      Carl Goldsworthy · 3 months ago
      And the Amerindians ? Guns against bows and arrows ?
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genocide_of_indigenous_peoples
      ...the expansion of various European colonial powers such as the Spanish and British empires and the subsequent establishment of colonies on indigenous territory frequently involved acts of genocidal violence against indigenous groups in the Americas, Australia, Africa and Asia.
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        DARA MCLOUGHLIN · 3 months ago
        Carl, hi! Irish guy in Texas. I am watching the MSM in ireland telling the sheep that they have everything under control. Aren't these the same people who just lost an election, mostly because of all the citizens being on trollies in the hospitals??? God help them all. Hal convinced me to quit my job and bug back out to my friends farm in the middle of nowhere. Best decision ever. No matter what happens. At least when the lockdowns come we won't be bored. Always stuff to do on a farm. I pity people in their apartments with nothing to do. Good to see someone is awake over there. Cheers, Dara
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          Carl Goldsworthy · 3 months ago
          Hi Dara.
          In the Middlle Ages Guilds were formed (and before that in the Roman Empire). Eg,carpenters formed a guild and went to the King. The King agreed only they could do carpentry, a monopoly, in return for taxes. The "intellectual property" of its day.
          Same with medicine, lawyers etc. They exist to this day. They control their own colleges of education - restricting numbers of new professionals - so they can charge big fees and stay very rich.
          They also go in and out of politics - to legislate to keep their monopoly status alive.
          So it is still in Ireland. A recent farce is the new childrens hospital.
          It will be the most expensive built anywhere in the world - at 2 billion euros, minimum 9 years. Consider Ireland as a circle - with 2/3rds of the people live in 1 city, Dublin on the east coast - over the water from Wales, England. The decision was to build the hospital on the east coast - the most inaccessisble place possible for the people to take their sick children. A tower block above an underground car park - a fire hazard - in the most polluted air in Ireland. Parking 2 euros an hour - if you can find any.
          But just down the road from where the rich doctors live, and keep their yachts in Dublin bay.
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            Carl Goldsworthy · 3 months ago
            Private health companies negotiate new rates and arrange for their clients annual renewal of subscription at year end.
            The public health service is inadequate - the worst in the 27 country EU.
            https://www.joe.ie/news/survey-reveals-that-the-irish-healthcare-system-is-almost-the-worst-in-europe-527980
            "Survey reveals that the Irish healthcare system is almost the worst in Europe"
            People are kept on trolleys in corridors, sitting in chairs for hours and days before being seen.
            To force them to buy healthcare. People with sick children will face years waiting for an operation - or pay and get it in a week or two. By the SAME doctor.
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        Mike Fisch · 3 months ago
        Carl is right. Western Civilization is not innocent and being white does not absolve you of bloodshed.

        "Do not defile the land where you are, for bloodshed defiles the land, and there can be no atonement for the land because of the blood that is shed on it, except by the blood of the person who shed it." - Numbers 35:33
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          TSlinger · 3 months ago
          I don't feel a shred of responsibility- not one damn iota- for things I did not participate in.
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          James Huff · 3 months ago
          Mike, you can't blame the white people of today for what their ancestors had done. Just being white doesn't make you guilty of that bloodshed in the past any more than it makes being black guilty of enslaving the Jewish people during the reign of Ramseys in Egypt.
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            Mike Fisch · 3 months ago
            But to be clear, we modern Americans are also guilty of tremendous bloodshed:

            60 million abortions, some funded by our tax dollars
            Millions of foreigners killed in wars based on false pretense ("Saddam has weapons of mass destruction... Bin Laden did 9/11 so we have to have a 20-year war in Afghanistan... Qaddafi is attacking militants so we have to obliterate him and his government and create a failed state in Libya...)

            Maybe if our ancestors had repented, we wouldn't be so bloodthirsty today. Apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
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              James Huff · 3 months ago
              I can agree with that assessment... however, we are working to put an end to Rowe vs Wade, stop Planned Parenthood from killing unborn babies. We have to start somewhere. It's not like we would be any better to murder the killers of the unborn babies, or to exterminate liberal judges and doctors who commit this atrocities. We wouldn't be any better than them.

              They pretty much laugh at Christian concerns in open court, mock the 10 Commandments, and try to force their satanic policies down our throats... but we are no longer the silent majority. In Iowa, we will soon have a state Constitutional Amendment which states it is not a woman's right to have the state fund her abortions. It's a huge step toward stopping the murder of unborn children. Maybe it will catch on and more states will do this. If Christians stand up for the sake of those who can't defend themselves, then we can help others here and around the world who need it, rather than being the problem, we can be the solution.
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            Carl Goldsworthy · 3 months ago
            Well said. When anyone labels me (liberal ,Putin bot etc) I tell them my name, that there is only one of me, and that I am unique in my opinions. What you do you own - saying "well others do the same" is moral cowardice.
            Only one country ever dropped atomic bombs.
            That was after the war was won, done as a show of force to Joe Stalin. Before talks to carve up the world began at Potsdam.
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            Mike Fisch · 3 months ago
            Not saying that - read the Bible verse.
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        bilbo baggins · 3 months ago
        Just liberal indoctrination at its finest. The colonials made peace with the indians when at all possible and anything else was the extreme exception to the rule. However, many of the native americans were savages and given to base instincts to slaughter innocents. The natives were at constant war with one another and thought nothing of genocide against an entire village of indians. The peaceful tribes offered to work with us in exchange for their protection.

        In almost every case where there was a battle against the whites, the native americans had initiated it by attacking and slaughtering innocents. Also, the propaganda claiming they were just defending their land is asinine. The indians were most all nomadic and would themselves attack and kill just to have land (which the whites did not do). Furthermore, you liberals always ignore violent colonialism that has occurred throughout history, think Africa, just to find something to make up to hate on whites. You lie cause you have no argument.
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          Standing Wave · 3 months ago
          Bilbo - Another sign is that they change topic when challenged.
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          · 3 months ago
          You need to do real studies on this topic. There were so many cases whites inciting native Americans to violence it isn't debatable. Study for instance the Tragedy of Leschi written by an American pioneer named Ezra Meeker who witnessed first hand the dirty politicians forcing their agendas on the trusting indigenous tribes of the Pacific NW. All in the name of 'Manifest Destiny' which was another name for 'The Almighty Dollar.'
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          Standing Wave · 3 months ago
          Bilbo - A further comment ...
          Evidence of your first statement is being generously provided herein by those who display signs of indoctrination - always certain, but seldom right.
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          Standing Wave · 3 months ago
          Bilbo - I agree. The real history seems to have been lost in the sewage of modern education. We are in the age of blame; actual facts are not very important.
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          Carl Goldsworthy · 3 months ago
          Making peace consisted of saying "give us your land and f*** off or we will destroy you" same as USA in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria etc etc
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    Carl Goldsworthy · 3 months ago
    According to the government, 99.8% of the Turkish population is Muslim, mostly Sunni. Turkey is a threat to the EU - will never be accepted by Catholic France etc.
    Syria is 61% Sunni Muslim, 10% Alawite, 16% Christian - this secular country is a threat to Turkey.

    https://en.wikipedia.org
    /wiki/Accession_of_Turkey_to_the_European_Union
    urkey signed a Customs Union agreement with the EU in 1995 and was officially recognised as a candidate for full membership on 12 December 1999, at the Helsinki summit of the European Council.

    Negotiations for full membership were started on 3 October 2005.[4] Progress was slow, and out of the 35 Chapters necessary to complete the accession process only 16 had been opened and one had been closed by May 2016.[5] The early 2016 refugee deal between Turkey and the European Union was intended to accelerate negotiations after previous stagnation and allow visa-free travel through Europe for Turks.[6]

    Since 2016 accession negotiations have stalled.[7] The EU has accused and criticized Turkey for human rights violations and deficits in rule of law.[8]
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      Carl Goldsworthy · 3 months ago
      Interesting. A new twist on the age old siege and starve a town tactic.
      The modern way of quietly murdering people is to bomb and destroy a target country's electricity grid. In a town environment this means no water or sewerage, starvation, sickness ultimately death follow.

      Turkey is now using this modern way of genocide.

      http://en.ortas.online/index.php?d=100187&id=65238
      Tal Tamer power transmission station western countryside of Hasaka went out of service due to Turkish aggression on 66kv high-voltage power line that feeds the station at Um al-Keif town.

      Director of Hasaka Electricity Company Anwar al-Ekla told News reporter in a statement that Turkish regime has targeted the 66kv high-voltage power line feeding Tal Tamer power station, for the THIRD TIME, causing electricity blackout in Tal Tamer and the residential neighborhoods.
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    · 3 months ago
    Where is Angelina Jolie when they need her? ?
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    Karen · 3 months ago
    And you know, besides any Trojan horse illnesses, these are Caliphate stormtroopers and military age men, you can bet a few Turkish spec opps, too.
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      Daniel Thompson · 3 months ago
      Wouldn't surprise me if it evolved into something like the 1968 Tet offensive. Get enough of them in there, and they all rise up on a set date and try and take over. They have been migrating for a full 5 years now all over Europe. Just a matter of time.
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        Thermonic Emission · 3 months ago
        I realized that was a threat to the USA with the illegals when I was in high school. Trickle in enough enemy, slowly, over time and the Blam-O!
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    · 3 months ago
    *******DANGER - PETS-LIVESTOCK-FOOD-CHAIN-WILDLIFE
    China has been destroying pets because animals contract the virus and can trade it back and forth with people. Think deeply about how animals intersect with your life. Our neighbor’s half grown puppy runs over everyday, runs into our door, slobbers everywhere, and eliminates its waste near our walkway. Imagine a nice farm dog catches the bioweapon from its owners or its neighbors, maybe even a dog to dog transfer as it sniffs around, and goes running to spread it to the neighborhood as well as the livestock in the barn. You order a side of corona beef from the butcher and like your burger a little pink, especially your steaks. Meanwhile, a flock of local birds that contracted the virus, and they frequent your bird feeder, and constantly crap on your deck and your windshield. You thought you would live off the land, but the deer population also picked up the virus and the surviving ones give it to you as you gut them. Then you hear that the livestock in general needs to be put down or has died off and the entire food chain is decimated...... etc etc etc......

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/11060913/dog-coronavirus-test-positive/

    https://news.yahoo.com/pet-dog-quarantined-hong-kong-low-levels-coronavirus-080902393.html
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      QRP · 3 months ago
      Most, but not all, animals have a gene which gives them the ability to use insulin to break down sugars and make a form of vitamin C. This gives them more of a natural immunity. Humans and some apes lack this gene. We would have to take almost continuous high doses of C to get this immunity. This human body excretes excess amounts of C in about half an hour.
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      Ted Dunham · 3 months ago
      Not confirmed. They aren't sure if they are actually infected with or the swabbed areas have it because the dog chewed, ate, licked etc something with it.
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      BoldlyReady · 3 months ago
      YUP , Sam ........yer RIGHT ON........ if one values their well being , they had better HEED ALL aspects and avenues..... EVERY day comes new info on how contagious this is ...... if you don't have it in your freezer last week you chance getting the bug from some host of sorts............
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      Brian Rickert · 3 months ago
      Wrong! Animals do not spread this bio- weapon. Get a clue. We have enough trouble without BS like this Samuel.
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        Taylor Luster · 3 months ago
        Unfortunately covid 19 is a zoonotic. It does spread from humans to animals and back again. This will make survival very tricky as this progresses.
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        jonathan adams · 3 months ago
        Animals in china are dying due to all the disinfecting chemicals they are spraying.
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        Grim · 3 months ago
        Sorry, but you are the one who is wrong. A Coronavirus victim in Hong Kong is now confirmed to have given the virus to his dog.
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        BoldlyReady · 3 months ago
        Well .....let's THINK about this a moment ....... if the C'virus lives on countertops and various other items, this would INCLUDE ....cloths, tools, cars, the horse AND saddle you just rode to the neighbors house, the FUR of the dog. WHY ........just WHY would one think that an animals biological system would not carry this would be to think like a CDC employee or a Dark State Op.................... Yer dog is loose , comes into my yard , it's fkg dead.
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      Karen · 3 months ago
      Think of China’s dilemma from leaders of CCP’s point of view: They cannot feed everyone without costly imports. Manufacturing has advanced where fewer workers are needed to produce goods. Answer: decrease population (and pets) to a manageable level that can be fed with what’s grown domestically.
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        Thermonic Emission · 3 months ago
        China has all of those cities, brand new, with virtually no-one living in them. So take the population that survived and transplant them into a brand new home in a brand new city and torch the old one. You have to admit weather it's an accident or not it's awfully convenient.
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        BoldlyReady · 3 months ago
        HEY, Good ta see ya on again ........ I like good INTELLIGENT comments.....heh heh
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    Heidi Scott · 3 months ago
    Ticking time bomb.... the elites expectations are being met... if hunger or the elements don’t kill them... disease will. Depopulation... NWO... new currency... it’s going down.
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      BoldlyReady · 3 months ago
      YUP RIGHT ON ......the time line I can see is .........any day , within a week.
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    jw williams · 3 months ago
    Why is Erdogan sending these refugees into europe. Whats his purpose
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      Geez · 3 months ago
      For several years now, Erdogan has blackmailed the EU into doing various things by threatening to flood Europe with the refugees. He has grand plans to resurrect the Ottoman Empire. So he is majorly pissed that Europe isnt supporting his Syria overthrow plans. It's a game of chicken. If Europe caves, Erdogan cancels the order....popcorn popping.
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      Thermonic Emission · 3 months ago
      I thought your question was valid JW. Point is that Erdogan really stands only to lose, IMHO, by forcing the refugees toward Europe and not Syria. There has got to be another motive here because unless the guy is a total moron (a possibility) he must know that action will get him condemned by most of the world.
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      Grim · 3 months ago
      You should read a few history books. Large groups of refugees have traditionally been used as weapons systems throughout history by many countries. The reasons include creating chaos and disorder, both economic and social in the targeted country or countries and additionally in this case, more than likely to spread disease as well.
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        jw williams · 3 months ago
        I need to read a few history book?
        Maybe you should read a few on manners . Im sure you will find some in a building, called a library. They are located in most major cities.
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          Grim · 3 months ago
          I'm sorry, if the chip on your shoulder was insulted. I'll overlook your juvenile attempt at insulting me and we can both go on with our lives, ok?
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      BoldlyReady · 3 months ago
      It is kinda like ANY Dark State ploy, detract from the real efforts and continue with the incursion into Syria........ if tha Turdegon was smart he would have armed them and sent them out. This is just PART of the CHAOS that is coming.....this shit is gonna get worse .......A LOT WORSE.
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    BRIAN KEANE · 3 months ago
    might be step 5 or 6 crime against humanity-original was globalist hawks bush 1 through obama/hillary failed succession; Iraq #1 to break-up Yugosavia-Iraq#2; Afganistan; re-load (quanitative easing xx?trillion); Libya, Syria not even listing countless in sub-Sahara ; Libya DID disarm nukes and DID provide "bottleneck" protection displaced going to Euro---Erdogan delusions of grandeur aside has provided a refugee haven for millions of Syrians, some Iraq etc.-i don't know what the deal was but whoever those "some people" are probably same ones pushing Russia invasion of Ukgrain, Crimea as well as all the atrocities listed above
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      Charles Yearwood · 3 months ago
      Erdogan is playing with fire with his insane actions and will get burned by SOMEONE.