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Syria & Turkey Exchange Shells For 3rd Day!!! Turkey Sends Navy Reinforcements To Mediterranean... Prepare For War If You Want Peace -Turkish PM
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 16782049:MV8yMDA5MDg4XzMzNzU3MzQ1X0YyNkNBNzdC] [quote:Anonymous Coward 24994388:MV8yMDA5MDg4XzMzNzU1ODM0XzZDNzYyNjQw] NATO pawn has probably been promised more USAID which is in effect American Tax dollars that would probably be best going to the 16 trillion dollar debt that will soon collapse America into poverty. [/quote] I too find this sooo interesting. Such massive amounts of money being spent by the entire world moving troops and equipment into place... Now... If this was all for nothing during a time of such financial crises, then it would deem certain that our World is totally insane. I don't believe that the case. So it does mean that .....something wicked this way comes.... [/quote]
Turkey is reinforcing its position in the Mediterranean Sea following the escalation in tension along its border with Syria.
A number of warships and submarines have been sent to bases in the Mediterranean from the northwestern province of Gölcük where the main base of the Naval Forces is located. The ships were fully loaded with arms labeled "war load."
link to www.hurriyetdailynews.com
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