The dark side of the janissary

Last week, official Ankara in the person of Turkish President Erdogan announced that "Russia's actions may lead to a revision of trade and economic relations." Erdogan, declaring two entry into the Turkish airspace of Russian aircraft, spoke about the "response measures". Despite the fact that the Russian side apologized for the violation of air borders, the Turkish president decided to follow the path of tightening the rhetoric and said that we can (the Turkish authorities) completely refuse to implement the plans to build the Turkish Stream, as well as the construction of the Akkuyu NPP under the Rosatom project, which is to be launched in 2020.


The dark side of the janissary


At the same time, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, initially speaking out in favor of the need to maintain partnerships with Russia and announcing that the incident with the Russian airborne border crossing the country’s exhausted, apparently received a scolding from the “boss” for his rhetoric, and also spoke in terms of Erdogan. Davutoglu during a conversation with reporters in Istanbul said that, according to Turkish sources, only two out of dozens of blows aviation The Russian Federation in Syria fell on terrorists. The rest, the head of the Turkish cabinet assures, were aimed at the "moderate Syrian opposition," at the "rebels."

Ahmet Davutoglu quotes RIA News:
Of the 57 air strikes of the Russian Federation in Syria (at the time of the Turkish prime minister’s speech), only two were directed against the IG. The rest are against the Syrian opposition. The information that is transmitted to us is different from what is actually happening, and we stated this to the Russian Foreign Ministry. We will support all who struggle with the IG. But attacks on the moderate Syrian opposition strengthen the IS.


Perhaps in this case there is no special need for the hundredth time to try to remind our "partners" that the "moderate Syrian opposition" is what feeds on foreign "benefits", forming the so-called "Syrian free army" from the most "moderate" and then, under the guise of combating terrorism (and more often and completely openly), uses force to carry out a state coup in the country. Against this background, especially outstanding successes of the “moderates” can be considered the fact that among them are already fighting 4-5 people who were trained by Western military instructors in Turkey and so far (oh, how lucky!) Have not gone along with weapons on the side of "Dzhebhat an-Nusra" or ISIS - two "manoenko not moderate opposition organizations."

So, Turkey is actually threatening Russia with breaking previously signed contracts, arguing that this is border violations, and not with blows to those that are not there ... And it’s understandable. Our great friend Recep Tayip just wants to seem like a real lion to his NATO partners, but in fact it turns out to be an incident - the fighters of the Russian Aerospace Forces freely walk in the airspace of the NATO countries - somehow even before the Balts and personally Mademoiselle Grybauskaite is ashamed ...

From Erdogan's statement:
An attack on Turkey at the same time means an attack on NATO. The situation is clear to us. Violation of Turkish airspace is also a violation of NATO airspace. I say that all the statements and explanations of Russia on this issue can hardly be called convincing.


In general, when Recep Tayyip was tearing out the Turkish “moderate” opposition with tear gas before the elections, it was the partners of the most peace-loving on the planet alliance jarred, but, as they say, inspired at the same time too. And here the janissary turned out to be negligee ... That is why he tries to defend the janissary’s honor. Well, okay ... here is another ...

Paying once again attention to the statement of Davutoglu that Ankara, it turns out, supports everyone who is fighting with IG, certain questions arise. It is strange that the journalists with whom Davutoglu talked in Istanbul did not ask such questions to the Turkish prime minister. Or were there only Turkish correct representatives of the press? ..

And the main question is, how is it, Mr. Davutoglu, that you support “everyone who is fighting IG”, but at the same time you manage to shower some of them with aerial bombs? This, of course, is about the Kurdish formations, which until recently remained one of two (besides the Syrian government forces) forces fighting against the terrorists of the same Islamic State. If the bombs fall on the heads of those who are fighting ISIS, does this mean that ISIS is closer and dearer to official Ankara than many thought? .. And this is not all the questions to the Turkish leadership, which is so concerned with the actions of Russia, that psychological overvoltage decided to put pressure on the gas (the one that is preparing to flow through the pipe) and the peaceful atom.

There are others ...

Dear Turkish authorities, Russia undoubtedly also appreciates the high turnover, all the bilateral agreements concluded, part of the population appreciates Turkish hotels and beaches, but still I would like to draw your attention to one “small” detail. Blaming Russia for violating Turkish airspace, forgive me, jester, you yourself climb into someone else's sky, moreover, without sanctions from the UN Security Council and requests from the legitimate authorities of the states whose airspace your bombers plow? And if Russia is not too lazy to apologize and explain, then neither Iraq nor Syria have heard any apologies from Turkey ... And it is unlikely that they will hear in the near future.

There is another question for the Turkish authorities: if official Ankara is so concerned about the spread of international terrorism and the fight against the so-called “Islamic state”, then what about the Syrian intelligence? The point is that the militants of ISIL and al-Nusra control several sections on the border with Turkey at once, and not only control, but at the onset of the Syrian government troops without much difficulty, the Turkish border is crossed, holed up, re-equipped, regrouped, and then with New forces strike at the Syrian army. A few days ago, a video was released on one of the federal channels, on which you could see how pickups of militants drove out of Syria and ended up in Turkey. And after all, official Ankara in the person of our partner Recep Tayyip says nothing about the fact that it is, they say, a violation of the borders of Turkey and at the same time a violation of the borders of NATO, that neither Turkey nor NATO will leave it like that, but will take and break the “contracts” ... ? Well, the very ones, according to which the militants (oh, excuse me, the “Syrian moderate opposition”) are preparing, including on Turkish territory (according to the statements of Pentagon’s official representative Mr. Cook), and according to which “someone” is quiet quietly, in return, takes the oil pumped for a pittance on the oil towers taken by the "moderate" terrorists.

As soon as our Turkish friends give intelligible answers to these questions and unequivocally explain that all suspicions about Ankara are not worth a jigger, Turkey will be able to afford a critical tonality to others. In the meantime, official Ankara will continue to divide the terrorists into "good" and "bad", "moderate" and "unlimited", unfortunately, the country will be forced to face the bloody attacks of both. The terrorist attacks in the Turkish capital prove it.



I would like to express my condolences to the families and friends of those killed in the terrorist attacks in Ankara by extremists.
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  1. Same lech 12 October 2015 07: 20 New
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    The Turkish president decided to take the path of tightening rhetoric and said that, they say, we (the Turkish authorities) can completely abandon the implementation of plans for the construction of the Turkish Stream, as well as the construction of Akkuyu NPP under the Rosatom project, which should begin be operated in 2020.


    So much for the partners ....
    RUSSIA has opened up the aspen nest of our potential opponents in SYRIA and ERDOGAN, one of them so that he does not speak.
    1. oleg-gr 12 October 2015 07: 22 New
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      Here Erdogan received a response. I could not protect my protégé bandits. They will remember this more than once. Just like in the folk wisdom: with whom you lead - so you need.
      1. Riv
        Riv 12 October 2015 07: 47 New
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        The classic mistake of a peaceful person. The principle of reciprocity with a terrorist (and indeed with any revolutionary) does not work. After a terrorist receives weapons and freedom of action, he owes nothing to anyone. On the contrary: he quite rightly considers himself entitled to achieve his own political goals.
        The West still has illusions on this score. Erdogan has just been subtly hinted at their ephemerality.
        1. Karabanov 12 October 2015 09: 34 New
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          Quote: Riv
          The classic mistake of a peaceful person. The principle of reciprocity with a terrorist (and indeed with any revolutionary) does not work. After a terrorist receives weapons and freedom of action, he owes nothing to anyone. On the contrary: he quite rightly considers himself entitled to achieve his own political goals.
          Actually, who is a peaceful person here? Erdogan? Well, I beg you ...

          Quote: Riv
          The West still has illusions on this score. Erdogan has just been subtly hinted at their ephemerality.

          In fact, the West has no illusions on this score. No, and probably didn’t ... There is a clear and impudent policy of double standards.
          1. CONTROL 12 October 2015 11: 47 New
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            Quote: Karabanov
            In fact, the West has no illusions on this score. No, and probably didn’t ... There is a clear and impudent policy of double standards.

            The West has never had any double standards! There is only one standard: the main thing is money; or, in other words - I am always right! becauze I whant so! The "standard" of a spoiled capricious child - that's what "the West lives by!" And this child is an angry, perverted and nasty boy ... now he is black, recently was white ... The essence does not change!
            This is like a myth about "thieves' laws", or "concepts": there are no such laws, but thieves have one law - who is stronger is right! and I want so!" And the West does not have any illusions on this score ...
      2. Zakir 12 October 2015 09: 58 New
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        If you think of a terrorist attack it’s his doing, it’s cracking down on the unfavorable opposition and this is not an isolated case.
      3. smel 12 October 2015 10: 06 New
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        Quote: oleg-gr
        Here Erdogan received a response.

        He received a response when he was informed that Russia could reorient its tourist flows in a different direction, not counting the refusal to provide gas discounts and changing the direction of energy resource flows
        1. CONTROL 12 October 2015 11: 51 New
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          Quote: smel
          ... not counting the refusal to provide gas discounts and changes in the direction of energy resource flows

          ... And Turkey now lives well due to the "scorched" oil and gas from ISIS ... Is it Erdogan who personally "sucks" money from them? ...
          1. Insurgent LC 12 October 2015 15: 03 New
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            double bass a strange thing today it is and tomorrow no
        2. Stirbjorn 12 October 2015 13: 17 New
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          Quote: smel
          when he was informed that Russia could reorient its tourist flows in another direction
          Could you give more details, who notified? And anyway, how do you imagine this reorientation process? Are trade unions organizing trips to Turkey?) People go there themselves, and not because the government "reoriented" there, for example, from Russian resorts.
          1. Cleric 13 October 2015 04: 45 New
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            Of course, they will not forbid trips, but to make them unprofitable is easy.
            1. Kos_kalinki9 13 October 2015 05: 17 New
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              Quote: Cleric
              Of course, they will not forbid trips, but to make them unprofitable is easy.

              Yes, and it was scary that it began to ride after the explosions.
    2. BMW
      BMW 12 October 2015 08: 34 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      So much for the partners ....
      RUSSIA has opened up the aspen nest of our potential opponents in SYRIA and ERDOGAN, one of them so that he does not speak.

      And how do you like Obama’s "multi-way" - to get pulled into Syria, tie to it, quarrel with Turkey, block the straits for us - and then the sense of the unsinkable aircraft carrier Crimea, plus cut the gas project. One step and two birds with one stone. This is my guess, I would like to hear your objective opinions.
      1. Andrey Yuryevich 12 October 2015 08: 48 New
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        Quote: bmw
        And how do you like such a "multi-way" Obama

        You greatly overestimate his mental abilities. I think ours calculated much further.
        1. BMW
          BMW 12 October 2015 09: 30 New
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          Quote: Andrew Y.
          I think our miscalculated much further.

          But the enemy must not be underestimated, this is like death. As recently as yesterday, the article was, or is it blind faith in the leader?
      2. Zakir 12 October 2015 10: 04 New
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        I think Erdogan signing gas contracts with us and nuclear power plants thought in this way to prevent Russia's steps to save Assad, and I don’t dare to clog the strait
      3. CONTROL 12 October 2015 11: 52 New
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        Quote: bmw
        And how do you like such a "multi-path" Obama - ....

        Check and checkmate in one and a half moves ... in one and a quarter moves? ...
    3. Andrey Yuryevich 12 October 2015 08: 46 New
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      The dark side of the janissary
      the name is at least illiterate, the author apparently didn’t wonder who the “Janissaries” are ... Here's a quick glance from the “Wiki”: the Janissary Infantry was created by Sultan Murad I in 1365. A new army of Christian youths of 12-16 years old was completed. Thus, the majority of the Janissaries were ethnic Albanians, Armenians, Bosnians, Bulgarians, Greeks, Georgians, Serbs, who were subsequently brought up in strict Islamic traditions. (I did not aim to .., but for the sake of accuracy. hi)
      1. Koshak 12 October 2015 09: 56 New
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        Quote: Andrew Y.
        the title is at least illiterate, the author apparently did not wonder who the "Janissaries" are ...

        Rather, "bashbuzuk," which translates roughly as "crazy"
      2. Volodin 12 October 2015 11: 59 New
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        Quote: Andrew Y.
        I'm not on purpose ...

        It seems that it is for this purpose. If it were for the sake of “accuracy”, then the reader would understand that the word is used in a figurative sense, and not at all with the claim that Erdogan should be considered “a young Christian 12-16 years old”, b) would draw information from the history of the Janissaries not only from the "wiki".
    4. vyinemeynen 12 October 2015 09: 04 New
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      If Russia behaves badly, then Turkey will SELECT itself! I can’t wait to see how the Turks will live without gas!
      1. BMW
        BMW 12 October 2015 11: 19 New
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        Quote: vyinemeynen
        I can’t wait to see how the Turks will live without gas!

        They may have a settlement for Middle Eastern oil and gas at dumping prices. Obama could also promise this if the Turks help strangle the Kurds and Assad. Then they are on the drum and the "Turkish Stream" and nuclear power plants.
    5. marlin1203 12 October 2015 10: 06 New
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      Maybe we are so "multi-way" from the "Turkish stream" evading? The North is expanding ... and here we keep our face - it’s not us who are denied, but “proud Janissaries” laughing
    6. Will 12 October 2015 12: 11 New
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      LOGIC should prompt a person that the one who is looking for an excuse to kill is a terrorist. Moreover, neither nationality, nor faith, nor political beliefs should be important, but what about the economy? The economic ones can just kill, albeit slowly, but no less true. A “killer” is an economist — one who seeks out death for many for the “good” of a “bunch” is the same terrorist.
      Until the “leaders” understand this, there will be no peace on earth. YTD.
    7. Air Force captain 12 October 2015 12: 16 New
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      What reaps Erdoganushka, reaps ....
    8. Mujahiddin777 12 October 2015 18: 25 New
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      In general, it was like this:
      Two teenagers left for Turkey allegedly on business. Typically 3-4 days, a maximum of a week and return, but not here. Started to search. They found the truth late, while they were looking for guys, they managed to get training in the TERRITORY of TURKEY and at night they and several dozen people (mainly from Central Asia) were transported to Syria where they joined ISIS. In general, they called home themselves, said goodbye and said that they were on the right path and would go to heaven, and all this is the will of Allah, that they commit jihad on the path of Allah ...
      Cheto Recep was silent and on this subject request
  2. Imperialkolorad 12 October 2015 07: 22 New
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    In how Erdogan bequeathed when the IG pinched him.
    1. SSR
      SSR 12 October 2015 07: 32 New
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      Quote: ImperialKolorad
      In how Erdogan bequeathed when the IG pinched him.

      But how many minuses people grabbed! When two years ago they wrote that you should not trust the Turks and that all Natasha and tourists pour water on the mill is not at all a "friend" and partner. The Turks have been two hundred years old as an eructation of the Anglo-Saxons.
    2. meriem1 12 October 2015 08: 50 New
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      Quote: ImperialKolorad
      In how Erdogan bequeathed when the IG pinched him.

      It's time to pinch in the airspace of Syria !!! Nehru there to do without the LOWEST requests from the real authorities. How to go home. It’s time for a couple of launches to make and destroy missiles on approach to the target !!! Have the pants ready.
  3. parusnik 12 October 2015 07: 30 New
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    Turkey actually threatens Russia with rupture of previously concluded contracts... The recent history of Turkey does not teach anything, nobody teaches history in Turkey .. The clever learns from the mistakes of others, from his own ...
    Yes, and the dog, with you ..
  4. Vladimirets 12 October 2015 07: 30 New
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    The Anglo-Saxons incite the Turks, however, as always in history.
    1. iohanson 12 October 2015 08: 02 New
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      In general, Turkey was created only for the war with Russia, for which purpose all their legends and legends, and therefore the mentality, are imprisoned. Look at least at their attraction to their supposedly historical homeland (again according to their giving) which is supposedly located in Altai. Hence the name of the Turkish tank "Altai". And in general, it is very difficult for a Turk to overcome the animal type of his psyche under the yoke of his own legends and legends, so one of the legends says about the origin of the Turks from a person + a she-wolf + in the mountains of our Altai)))
  5. sledge 12 October 2015 07: 45 New
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    Oh, play out Erdogan, oh, play out.
    1. subbtin.725 12 October 2015 08: 03 New
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      I would like to express my condolences to the families and friends of those killed in the terrorist attacks in Ankara by extremists.

      We join and bow our heads.
  6. aszzz888 12 October 2015 07: 48 New
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    [quote] said that, they say, we (the Turkish authorities) can completely abandon the implementation of the plans for the construction of the Turkish Stream, as well as the construction of the Akkuyu NPP under the Rosatom project, which should begin to be operational in 2020. [ quote]

    Not when, Turks, were not even our allies, and not just friends.
    Let them bend there themselves with their economy.
    By the way, from cow cakes, a good efficiency for generating heat and light.
  7. 31R-US 12 October 2015 07: 50 New
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    In the photo, the work of terrorists, the question is only which:
    A. Good b.
    c. moderate and unreasonable



    1. call a black friend
    2.50 on 50
  8. t1g3r 12 October 2015 07: 55 New
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    In the meantime, official Ankara will continue to divide the terrorists into "good" and "bad", "moderate" and "immoderate", unfortunately, the country will be forced to face the bloody attacks of both of them. Terrorist acts in the Turkish capital prove this.

    It’s like the Russians do not divide the terrorists into good and bad moderates and no ... Basayev was the most striking prime minister when he cut the Georgians was good as soon as he began to cut the Russians he became bad ...
    Accusing Russia of violating the Turkish airspace, what, you’ll excuse me, are you joking in a strange sky, moreover, without sanctions from the UN Security Council and requests from the legitimate authorities of states
    And the UN has already recognized the annexation of Crimea, and the "humanitarian convoys" in the Donbass, therefore, with the permission of the Ukrainian authorities or the UN?
    1. Zakir 12 October 2015 10: 15 New
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      When Basayev slaughtered the Georgians, if you supported Russia sideways about the conflict with Abkhazia, and Crimea held a legal referendum and refused to stay with Ukraine in the same leaky boat with a majority of votes
      1. t1g3r 12 October 2015 13: 08 New
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        Academician Kadyrov at one time confirmed his contacts with the GRU. In general, Basayev had the same attitude to Russia as the FSA to Turkey ...

        The UN just did not hear about the legality of the referendum and the author of the little fool includes that Russia respects international law and the UN :))
  9. Mountain shooter 12 October 2015 08: 09 New
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    Erdogan will lose the November election. This has already been quite clearly indicated, and from there the tantrum with the “beating pots” and threats in the form of “take your toys” ... No, he should not be Suleiman the Magnificent.
  10. Sinbad 12 October 2015 08: 11 New
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    Now the turn of the Ottomans came to take offense at Russia for all their defeats in the wars.
  11. avia1991 12 October 2015 08: 15 New
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    according to Turkish information, only two of the dozens of Russian air strikes inflicted in Syria by terrorists.
    Sucks, Turks, intelligence works: you don’t know the details about our attacks, nor about yours: bomb the Kurds, instead of shooting at ISIS! ..
    But seriously: it turns out that Erdogan has many ambitions - but there is no mind .. from the word "completely". Dreaming of taking a leading position in the region, he is in a hurry to maintain an alliance with the Devil himself, in the face of mattresses - although before the eyes there are a lot of examples of betrayal by the latter, and if it would be more profitable for them to "merge" Erdogan - he will not last an extra second! .. Would he temper ardor, uncle? Count up: legal coalition beats ISIS, and occupies a strong position in the region .. WHAT DO YOU DO? Mattress henchman ..
    1. Zakir 12 October 2015 10: 18 New
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      But seriously: it turns out that Erdogan has many ambitions - but there is no mind .. from the word "completely". Dreaming of taking a leading position in the region, he is in a hurry to maintain an alliance with the Devil himself, in the face of mattresses - although before the eyes there are a lot of examples of betrayal by the latter, and if it would be more profitable for them to "merge" Erdogan - he will not last an extra second! .. Would he temper ardor, uncle? Count up: legal coalition beats ISIS and has a strong position in the region .. WHAT DO YOU DO BECOME? "
      Of course, he has enough ambitions. He wants to restore the Ottoman caliphate and enter the history of the Caliph of the Ottoman Empire.
    2. Weyland 12 October 2015 12: 12 New
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      Quote: avia1991
      Dreaming to take a leading position in the region, he hurries to maintain an alliance with the Devil himself, in the person of mattresses - although before his eyes there are a lot of examples of betrayal by the latter


      Karl Marx once said: "In politics, you can enter into an alliance even with the Devil himself - but under one indispensable condition: if you are sure that you are deceiving him, and not vice versa! "Given that the Devil is a liar and the father of lies, fulfilling this condition is quite problematic ... laughing
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  12. rotmistr60 12 October 2015 08: 15 New
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    "Russia's actions may lead to a revision of trade and economic relations."

    Many analysts on this subject have expressed the view that, nevertheless, the economic benefits of contracts with Russia will prevail over the political statements of Turkish politicians who are “disadvantaged” by the actions of our country. Wait and see.
    1. avia1991 12 October 2015 08: 31 New
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      Quote: rotmistr60
      will prevail over the political statements of the Turkish politicians who are “restrained” by the actions of our country.

      That's exactly what “wait and see”.
      Sober and sound actions from people overwhelmed with delusions of grandeur can not be expected. Especially considering that they are "infringed" not by us - NATURE! Which they didn’t have enough mind .. obviously.
  13. Hubun 12 October 2015 08: 15 New
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    to be honest, i never liked a turk, genetic memory or something
    1. Andrey Yuryevich 12 October 2015 09: 23 New
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      Quote: Hubun
      to be honest, i never liked a turk, genetic memory or something

      Armenian? what
      1. Hubun 12 October 2015 15: 26 New
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        no, but that the Ottomans ran a little to Russia
  14. Penzioner 12 October 2015 08: 19 New
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    I always said that you can’t trust the Turks. How many times they have sworn peace and friendship, and, if necessary, they will easily stick a knife in the back. Putin simply put him before a specific choice, or you are with us, or against us. Like Ukraine, I didn’t want to sit on two chairs. Here Erdogan showed his face hi
  15. Neophyte 12 October 2015 08: 19 New
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    It's time to change Erdogashka! Is it strange that our airstrikes do not cover sources of cheap oil from IS?
    By the way, the main sources of oil are in Iraq, and not in Syria (2%) .We will wait for a solution to the answer on Iraq: if,
    an official request for help will arise, then the Kremlin’s response will arise!
    1. Zakir 12 October 2015 10: 23 New
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      US campaign does not allow Iraq to turn to Russia for help
  16. Irek 12 October 2015 08: 21 New
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    All blah blah blah, they won’t manage without gas, others will not finish the NPPs. And he will say strongly, leverage in the form of worms in peaches, instantly there.
    1. t1g3r 12 October 2015 08: 38 New
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      Whose gas can Iran do? Azerbaijani? z Mstorozhden Eastern Mediterranean or Qatar liquefied?

      aha Kiriyenko will complete all nuclear power plants abroad as Khuragua’s nuclear power plant in Cuba ...
      1. Zakir 12 October 2015 10: 28 New
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        Well, if you are talking about Iran, then do not forget that he is with us in a coalition and Assad is more important to Iran than trade with Turkey
        1. t1g3r 12 October 2015 13: 16 New
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          Gazprom’s dreams)) there are no shaggy geopolitics in the Middle East ...
      2. CONTROL 12 October 2015 12: 03 New
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        Quote: t1g3r
        Whose gas can Iran do? Azerbaijani? z Mstorozhden Eastern Mediterranean or Qatar liquefied?

        ... How much is the "Qatari Liquefied"? ... Wow !!! So the "Maidan" and the "revolution of hydrology" are not far ... Kizyaki power plant? ...
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          Uasya, do not watch so much TV from you everywhere Bendera Ukrainians will be imagined ...
  17. gukoyan 12 October 2015 08: 24 New
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    “Last week, official Ankara in the person of Turkish President Erdogan announced that“ Russia's actions could lead to a revision of trade and economic relations. ”Erdogan
    Ehhh, well, they’re worse. I’m amazed at the EU, they don’t learn from other people's mistakes and don’t want to learn, but they’ll do worse for themselves ...
    1. t1g3r 12 October 2015 08: 28 New
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      Of course it’s worse for them, against the backdrop of the growing ruble and industrial production in Russia and the standard of living, especially the last two years ... like Europeans and the United States, we are feverish from our food sanctions ...
  18. Nikolay K 12 October 2015 08: 28 New
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    Help for the author of the article: most often the Janissaries were Slavs and other Christians who were sold into slavery in childhood and raised by the Ottomans in the traditions of Islam. And here Erdogan?
    1. Volodin 12 October 2015 12: 04 New
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      Help for the reader: Wikipedia as a source is, of course, good, but the whole history of the january has not fit in it.

      The definition from Ozhegov’s dictionary did not fit there either: “The Janissaries are soldiers of privileged infantry in Sultan’s Turkey, who also performed police and punitive functions.”
      1. Nikolay K 13 October 2015 10: 18 New
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        The fact that the Janissaries were a special military caste, especially devoted to the Sultan, does not completely cancel their national origin. Glad my comment forced you to turn to dictionaries.
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    Erdog behaves strangely ...
    First I went to the construction of the Turkish Stream, then I began to dress at a price ...
    then he began to look into the mouth of everyone who is more powerful with the economy ...
    then he began to peck at the Kurds ...
    then ... GAZ decided not to buy something ...
    It will not last long with the character of a CAPID GIRL WHO WANTS TO LIKE EVERYBODY AT THIS ... :)
  20. Million 12 October 2015 08: 53 New
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    Turks have never been friends of Russia and are unlikely to be. Maximum partners
  21. wild 12 October 2015 08: 59 New
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    The strange thing is that as soon as Erdogan began to grin his teeth towards Moscow, he immediately received a gift from ISIS in the form of hundreds of corpses and two hundred wounded. Maybe this is a coincidence.
    1. Oznob 12 October 2015 10: 05 New
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      I hope our country does not work like that.
  22. Olezhek 12 October 2015 09: 07 New
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    Why Russia and Turkey fundamentally can not agree?
    The answer is simple - Syria. From the very beginning, Erdogan made a bet on the overthrow of Assad and the support of the militants.
    He has no way back.
    It's not really in Turkey. Turkey Assad did not interfere.
  23. Evkur 12 October 2015 09: 18 New
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    It smells like kerosene! In the literal sense, free oil goes to Turkey from the territories occupied by gangs and it sells already at the market price, well, who refuses freebies?
    1. wandlitz 12 October 2015 09: 46 New
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      The Turkish authorities themselves violate the law by buying essentially stolen property, in this case illegally extracted oil.
  24. Reptiloid 12 October 2015 09: 46 New
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    Erdogan, I think, began to express dissatisfaction after the GDP recognized the Armenian Genocide in the days of Memory.
    For a very long time he "took offense, was capricious," tried to blackmail "the Turkish stream. The VVP didn’t convince him. Although all significant countries recognized the genocide. Besides, there were articles about difficulties with the construction of the stream. Where did the dog dig? Crimea Crimean Erdogan interfered "regretted." Therefore, the continuation of this blackmail is not surprising. Well, what can we do? They are not our brothers, not our brothers. Perhaps they will not be trading partners soon? And then they will wait forever - what if a trading partner shits under the door?
    And the last "whims" are a continuation of what was.
  25. Robert Nevsky 12 October 2015 09: 48 New
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    Deystviya Erdogan can bring to the collapse of Ataturkova Turkey!
    Turkey must hold on to Russia. Even leaving the NATO bloc.
  26. Selevc 12 October 2015 10: 46 New
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    It seems to me that Russia has one good trump card in response to the statements of Erdogan and other Turks on the revision of trade and economic relations ... It’s just to refuse Turkish goods and services of Turkish companies (to impose sanctions on Turkey if you want) ... Russia and other countries of the former USSR are a huge market for Turkish goods, but for example in Europe their often second-rate products are not in such demand like here !!! Turkey will feel the sanctions the day after the introduction and the pissed-off Turkish business will quickly make an ax-head for Erdogan !!!
    And in response to a possible screech from Ankara, one can say - "Let Obama-oglu and McCain-zade go to the bathhouse with your towels, wear your jackets and haw your lokum ..."
    1. CONTROL 12 October 2015 12: 14 New
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      Quote: Selevc
      [b] ... kind of impose sanctions on Turkey if you want) ... Russia and other countries of the former USSR are a huge market for Turkish goods, but for example in Europe their often second-rate products are not in such demand as here !!! Turkey will feel the sanctions the day after the introduction and the pissed-off Turkish business will quickly make an ax-head for Erdogan !!!

      ... It’s like in “correspondence boxing”: one easy slap in your pocket is equal to two direct to the head plus three hooks ... followed by a knockdown!
  27. Wolka 12 October 2015 11: 56 New
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    I had a better opinion of Erdogan ...
  28. afrikanez 12 October 2015 12: 35 New
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    I have already written more than once that Turkey is not our friend and partner. And judging by the words of the Turkish president, he does not want to become one. Draw conclusions gentlemen officials!
  29. komendant 64 12 October 2015 12: 41 New
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    Somehow there is no regret about the possible disruption of the South Stream. Pennies will be transferred to the budget from this gesheft, and Forbes’s Russian list will replenish. Let our moneybags better focus on the domestic market. And then it comes to the ridiculous - I live in a village 9 km from Moscow, but there is no gas. And really - it would be funny if it were not so sad.
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      BMW 12 October 2015 16: 26 New
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      Don’t worry so much, it’s even worse. You are not alone in this mountain. They just have no brains in their pocket.
  30. Epifan 12 October 2015 12: 59 New
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    Erdogan decided to cover his butt, but it turned out badly. Here, the revolution is not far away, color.
  31. Cucumbers 12 October 2015 15: 09 New
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    Something he reminds me of Yanukovych is the same puffed turkey. He will betray at any moment.
  32. RomanN 12 October 2015 15: 14 New
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    Even if the Turkish double bass is blocked, let the goods go white, a slap in the Turkish pocket will already turn out to be very painful. And if you get to the bottom of agricultural produce and slow down the work force without any statements and sanctions, then they will begin to quieten quietly.
  33. Alexxas 12 October 2015 15: 16 New
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    Quote: CERHJ
    - "We won’t buy gas. We won’t let us build a nuclear power plant!"
    - Ukraine will succeed (transit) belay
  34. Samarskiy 12 October 2015 16: 42 New
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    Do not sell gas, do not build nuclear power plants, introduce a visa regime, expel all Turkish companies from Russia and impose sanctions on Turkish vegetables / fruits. I think that in a couple of years the Turkish people will either run away with the whole crowd to Germany or bring Erdogan’s head on a platter ...
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  35. srha 12 October 2015 20: 58 New
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    Erdogan’s reaction to aircraft flight is inadequate. So lying. So these planes pinched a tail to him in another: Apparently, he already considered part of Syria his. Apparently he is very sorry for losing almost free oil and other robberies from Syria. Apparently, the Kurdish people greatly interfere with it, and the igil helps. Therefore, another "partner" could not resist and took off the masks of decency and good neighborliness, and signed for the terrorists.
  36. Pancho 12 October 2015 23: 04 New
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    NPP will not be completed

    Incidentally, the Russian money that will be beaten off after 60 years. Here we have such "geniuses" contracts.
  37. DOMINO100 13 October 2015 12: 23 New
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    and how headlines were full of turkey, our friend! and no one can draw a parallel between history. Turkey is our enemy in the blood! It will remain with them from time immemorial, like Germany.