Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Russia and NATO are working against ISIS, but Erdogan is working for ISIS. Enough is really enough. 5 years 250000 casualties. End the civil war in Syria now, lets invade the country. This is a war criminal act by Turkey, no questions about it. Russian Su-24 pilot shot dead while parachuting over Syria.. That is an ACT OF WAR and clear sign of support for ISIS! Modern Turkey was founded by Kemal Ataturk as a secular state but Erdogan and his cronies killed Kemalism in the ME. The current Turkey is a terrorist State. They support ISIS against the Kurds. Thats why we need Kudistan now as an independent State. Only ISIS may invade Turkey Robin Fraser I don't doubt that the Russians are not above violating Turkish airspace, but here's what I don't understand. The strip of Turkish airspace that the Russian jet allegedly violated is two miles across: the violation can't have been a matter of more than a few seconds. Yet, in that time, the Turkish air force was able to warn the Russian pilots 10 times and dispatch two F-16s to shoot down one of the Russian planes?! What am I missing?

This type of incidents is normal in war sets

Donald Trump is a joke we let go on for too long

Robin Fraser I don't doubt that the Russians are not above violating Turkish airspace, but here's what I don't understand. The strip of Turkish airspace that the Russian jet allegedly violated is two miles across: the violation can't have been a matter of more than a few seconds. Yet, in that time, the Turkish air force was able to warn the Russian pilots 10 times and dispatch two F-16s to shoot down one of the Russian planes?! What am I missing?
these types of incidents are "normal"

 these types of incidents are normal and inevitable.


 Turkey 'cannot endure' Russian violation of airspace, president says

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan condemns Moscow as Nato says incursions into Turkish airspace do not appear to be accidental

A war of words has broken out between Russia and Nato over Moscow’s military intervention in Syria and its violation of Turkish airspace.

The row threatens to further escalate tensions over Moscow’s airstrikes to support the regime of Syria’s president, Bashar al-Assad. The Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, said his country could not endure Russian violations of its airspace in its campaign in Syria and said Russia risked “losing” Turkey.