Being645 wrote: Bartek wrote:
I made corretion for you:
Being645 wrote:Erdogan is unable to commit a complete genocide against the Kurds. He can do this in his own country, Syria and Iraq.
Maybe that really is his endeavour ...
... for Iraq, I doubt he can manage.
Anyway, the current Turkish attacks widely hitting civilians again are just a crime the world should not put up with.
Yes, that was easy to see that destroying YPK having some serious expirience in handling war IS Turkey main point, but it was also clear that they didn't mind civilian casualties.
I'd love to see some strong reaction, but Erdogan said: don't even think about any kind of retalioation EU, unless you want to see flood of immigrants in your countries.
And I'm afraid that it's check and mate.
Not to mention that Iranian troops are standing near Turkey and Syrian boarder, as Syria is Iran ally, and because Turkey is member of NATO they would call article 5 in case of any aggression from the first mentioned country. And because Russia is ally of Iran and have spent tons of money on their army and would like see themselves as empire again, a lot of thing can happen, including televising this genocide.
But as my friend pointed this: Kurds will not be the first victims of genocide or genocide-like act in this century: just to mention Sudan, Rohingyas in Burma and Yemen.