Credit where credit is due; nobody plays the double talk game quite like the Jews. Though it’s not hard to see through once you understand the pattern, they are quite skilled at talking out of both sides of their lying Jew mouths. However sometimes you see these other races try to play the same game and it just comes off stupid. Let’s take a look at the turkroaches attempting this tactic.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that the Turkish Army entered Syria to end the rule of President Bashar Assad, whom he accused of terrorism and causing the deaths of thousands.
Just think about this for a second: Assad is causing terrorism by fighting the terrorists. All of those people you’ve seen ISIS murdering? It was actually a secret plot by the Assad regime all along.
Erdogan said that Turkey has no territorial claims in Syria, but instead wants to hand over power to the Syrian population, adding that Ankara is seeking to restore “justice.”
There’s a new force for justice on the world stage!
He went on to say that “in his estimation” almost 1 million people have died in the conflict in Syria, although no monitoring group has provided any similar figures. The latest UN estimate stands at 400,000 people killed in the five-year civil war.
Rumor has it he wanted to go with an even higher number of six million but that number is sacred and he was told it was off limits.
Erdogan said that Turkey could not “endure” the unending killing of civilians and “had to enter Syria together with the Free Syrian Army.”
Have you caught on yet that the so called Free Syrian Army is just a name that everyone uses whenever it suits them? I don’t think it’s actually even a thing.
Turkish troops entered Syria on August 24, launching operation Euphrates Shield. Turkey deployed ground troops and air power to northern parts of its neighboring country, with the stated goal of retaking areas held by Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL).
However, many observers have said that Ankara aims to suppress Kurdish forces in Syria and prevent them from connecting three de facto autonomous Kurdish areas into one enclave south of the Turkish border.
What? Turks having an ulterior motive? Say it isn’t so!
In October, Turkey’s air forces killed between 160 and 200 fighters of the Kurdish YPG militia group in 26 airstrikes conducted in just one night. The Turkish military campaign in Syria has also led to increasingly strained relations with Assad’s government.
LOL in the very next paragraph we find out they are FOS. I guess the Free Syrian Army must have a thing against the Kurds as well. Another weird thing, the Kurds are actually one of the forces inside Syria who are actually attacking ISIS. It’s almost like Erdogan isn’t a very good liar.
Ankara was forced to halt air support for its ground incursion into Syria on October 22, after Damascus vowed to shoot down Turkish Air Force planes in Syrian skies, accusing Turkey of violating its national sovereignty.
Turkey in turn accused the Syrian Army of attacking FSA fighters in the northern Aleppo province.
Yeah it’s pretty much a given that if you fly sorties in someone else’s airspace that it’s a violation of their sovereignty. The Turk’s only come back is to copy the West in accusing Syria of attacking the ever elusive FSA who nobody seems to even know who they are. They’re like a ghost force fighting for the Syrian Army who appear whenever someone trying to overthrow the Assad government needs a prop. These Turks are horrible at playing the Jew double speak game. Trust me Erdogan, we are adept at seeing right through the work of the masters of this, you don’t stand a chance at fooling us.