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Daily News Oct 16 2017
We've said that so many fucking times.
You know we said that shit about Sadam too right?
Or well, "we" as in the media and the states supporting them.
We said that about that Al Quida boss too, whom conducted 9/11.
Before that he was seen as a great American Ally and freedom fighter.
Didnt turn out that way.
Dont trust anyone saying shit like that about stuff down there.
Its generally got some other purpose in mind. Its not the first time the media or people in power misslead people about things to fit some narrative.
I feel such a strong connection to the Rhodesian Bush war now and the Zanla party.
British, among many, had the exact same words about ZANLA that you have about the kurds now.
ZANLA got into power and ended up causing a massive race based Genocide.
Didnt matter if you supported them or not before they took power, or if you voted for them. You'd get butchered like the rest.
Take that stuff with a grain of salt, there's always someone profiting from "the new wonder group" somewhere. If anything its a great Scheme to get more oil supplies for the US, as theres many pipelines in Syria, Iraq, and Turkey in the exact region a "Kurdistan" would be. And making the Kurds a US ally would mean you get this Oil.
Saudi Owned companies even exist in that region, allowing the Kurds to take it could mean that money goes to the Kurds or in turn the US, not the Saudi's.
Plus, they call themselves Kurds, fighting for a free Kurdistan. "Stan" in Arabic has some kind of meaning such as "wonderland" or "holy land" or something like that. I simply dont trust them in holding their words.
"But this time will be different, it wont be about Oil money, it wont be about political advantages and its just about the good for what people want" Amirite?
I'm going to end this rant just to mention the Lybian civil war.
Things were going to be great once the dictator was dead and the country would be great and free and peacefull and free. Guess what? Its an Acid pool for new warlords, insurgencies like the Taliban or Isis, and always a brewing civil war next to a stove.
Cont because i'm bored as shit.
Plus, the Iraqian part of Iraq with a lot of Kurds and Autonomy, is in fact a place with a massive ammount of oil refineries.
Which Iraq now ceased as the Kurds have essentially taken it with their own forces already, and Iraq now took back what is technically De Jure theirs.
A place which would be the heart of this new "wonder state" (so to put it) was right away in possession of a massive oil refinery, and the Kurds which would own that refinery would be a close US ally if they were to become a state, coincidence i bet...
Plus It'd fuck with the stability of the region even more, ensuring more wars and struggles.
Since theres no way the Kurds get their own state without some wars, proper wars, and as of right now Turkey, Syria, Iraq to mention a few, and possibly even the Saudi's would not benefit from a new very US friendly state in charge of a lot of oil and oil processing.
If anything it could create a heavy Russia based love for the region, Iraq which is more or less "Pro-US" (Saying its Pro-US is however not a very proper way to put it).
Taking a big chunk of their economy away which could lead to economicall issues and possibly even a collapse of the money they use and its value could push Iraq into the hands of Russia.
And the last few decades the middle east have had their own cold war. Of sorts.
If we start messing with the balance which is FINALLY appearing, we'll just set fire to the region all over again. It's finally started to find some kind of foundation to stand on and possibly even advance from. But another "cold war" situation down there would stop any of this aswell.
But who knows, maybe thats the entire goal all along. The middle east, if brought to proper 1st world standards, would challenge the west and the east (as in the Orient) on a massive scale. They could even move past us if they play their cards right. And that'd create a whole new "world order" in its own might.
It's going to lead to a lot of politicall issues and possibly massive wars.
plus the war part i mentioned, The states i stated, Turkey, Syria, Iraq would of course challenge the new Kurdistan for their indipendence if its handed out "for free". In a proper war years after indipendence and preparations.
Saudi Arabia would probably as i mentioned earlier, support the 3 previously mentioned states. With money and weaponry as they have in almost every war in the region since they had the ability.
After that war, which will most likely, unless the US joins in directly (which would mean Russia would most likely step in directly aswell, which would possibly be the actuall start of a new world war), then the Kurds would most likely loose.
After that loss, Turkey, Syria, and Iraq would probably not split the lands "fair and square" and they would most likely fight each others about each piece of land.
Since Kurdistan would be indipendent, so claims that land belong to any of these powers would be rather "invalid", so anyone could technically take whatever land they take during the war, which probably a few states want to take back.
bla bla bla, War, followed by disputes and war.
This is the
confirmed or promised
end for where the Kurdistan conflict will lead if pressed on
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- on the Merkel bit, her party saw almost a 10% drop in support,…
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Only 10% noticed all the rape going on?
What in the hell.
You are missing the fact that Germany is run by coalitions and that you also have to deduce from the other parties that lost votes compared to before.
You're living in a fantasy land. Those immigrants are 99% normal people trying to build a new life for themselves.
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