The terrorist attack on the rally against terrorism

The terrorist attack on the rally against terrorism



On October 10, at about 10, an anti-war and anti-terrorist demonstration began in Ankara. Thousands of people - trade union activists, leftists, pacifists, Kurdish organizations - went to the action agreed in advance with the authorities. It was fun, people sang songs, danced. And suddenly a sharp, loud sound broke into all of this. Next - one more. Fire, smoke, panic. Blood on the pavement ...

Two explosions thundered in the Turkish capital under the overpass at the railway station. According to preliminary data, suicide bombers acted. As a result of a double terrorist attack, according to the data of October 11 at midnight, 95 was already dead, 246 injured, of which 48 are in intensive care. Moreover, the number of victims is constantly growing - previously reported about thirty, then - about 86 dead. It is possible that someone else can not be saved.

World leaders, according to diplomatic norms, send their condolences to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. As for the Turkish authorities, speaking of the perpetrators, they are trying to “translate the arrows” and mix everyone into one pile. Thus, the head of government, Ahmet Davutoglu, said that the Islamic State, the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) and a number of left-wing organizations were guilty of the attack all together.

To understand the absurdity of the statement Davutoglu, one has only to look at the videos of the demonstration which was gathered in Ankara. It is clearly visible, above all, red flags. In addition, many of the protesters are Kurds. The manifestation itself was aimed specifically at peace with the Kurds, including with the Kurdistan Workers' Party. So why would the left or the Kurds blow up their comrades?

Thus, the words of Davutoglu are similar to the statements of Ukraine’s non-president Petro Poroshenko and other “Svidomo” that in the Donbas “separatists” are shooting at themselves ...

Judging by the "handwriting" of the crime, neither the Communists nor the PKK could be involved in it. Neither were seen in terrorist attacks against ordinary citizens (besides, opposing the war). Even while the Kurdistan Workers Party was waging an armed struggle, its fighters could have blown themselves up at a roadblock together with Turkish soldiers, could engage in direct clashes with the army and the police, but they did not organize massacres among the peaceful crowd. And already more than 15 years ago, the PKK abandoned the armed struggle, as its leader Abdul Ocalan, arrested in 1999, had called for.

As for the notorious "Islamic State", this is quite consistent with its style. The Turkish authorities are allegedly fighting this terrorist organization along with the United States. True, this struggle is fought only in words, but, let's say, with a stretch one would imagine that what happened is revenge for this very struggle.

However, attention is drawn to the fact that the terrorist act was carried out precisely against those who are in opposition to the ruling Turkish regime. The demonstration was organized by the opponents of Erdogan.

In addition, the self-explosions of suicide bombers are not only the “corporate method” of ISIS. The so-called "Syrian opposition" acted in the same way (and continues to operate) - that is, other terrorist groups operating in the neighboring Middle Eastern country. But, unlike the "Islamic state", these other groups are "somehow" loved by both Ankara and its ally Washington. They are called "moderate opposition" and provide them with all kinds of assistance.

Erdogan's regime from the very beginning of the Syrian confrontation, when this leader was still prime minister, assisted the terrorists. The border areas with Syria almost completely turned into terrorist bases. Recruited militants were brought there from around the world, they were prepared, trained, given to them in their hands weapon and sent to fight against the Syrian state, the people and the army.

Erdogan and his henchmen never concealed the fact that they were helping the "Syrian opposition." Moreover, the position of the Turkish authorities in this matter was even more radical than the position of Washington.

It is not always possible to draw a thin line between "moderate" and "unlimited" terrorists, between ISIS and other groups, such as the Syrian Free Army, the Islamic Front, and Jebhat An-Nusra. Yes, they have flags of various stripes. Somewhat different slogans. Moreover, unsuited terrorists even periodically fight each other. At the same time, many militants moved from "moderate" groups to that very "Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant" (later this name was reduced to "Islamic State", however, the former name often remains the same). Transited along with weapons issued with the participation of the Turkish authorities. Transited, being trained in Turkey. Transited, being sent from the Turkish territory with the assistance of the Erdoganov regime.

Whatever fighter with the “Islamic State” Erdogan tried to expose himself to - he still had a hand in his creation. Together with his "elder brother" - Barack Obama.

And those terrorists who have not switched to radical Islamists are no less dangerous. It is worth remembering, for example, a thug who, 1 of October 2014, left a mined car near the entrance to one of the schools in Syrian Homs, while he himself, tied with a “belt of a shahid”, went to another school and then activated both explosive devices. Then more than 30 children died, more than 100 people suffered. So, it was a "moderate" terrorist (according to the classification of Washington and the same Ankara).

Erdogan, Davutoglu and other representatives of the Turkish regime actively supported all these criminals, murderers, sadists. Yes, so actively that they turned a significant part of the territory of their country into a dangerous place where many doubtful types were in control with weapons in their hands. Turkey did all this with one goal - to try to overthrow the legitimate leadership of neighboring Syria.

If a gun is hanging on the wall, it can shoot at any time. If there are many terrorists of all stripes in the country, they can commit any crime. Including - and such bloody and terrible, as a double attack in the midst of the people. People opposing the war ...

However, it is impossible to disregard another version - a monstrous crime could be a provocation by the Turkish authorities themselves. In the country 1 November parliamentary elections are coming. Erdogan fears that the Justice and Development Party he heads will lose their positions. And after what happened, you can "kill two birds with one stone". First, set yourself up as a "protector of the nation." And secondly, under the pretext of fighting terrorism, to intensify repression against the opposition. After all, it is not by chance that Prime Minister Davutoglu accused so many forces of the crime, even those who are at war with each other. Now it is possible to crush everyone and at once, which, however, Erdogan’s regime has been in power all along and engaged in, nodding to “undemocraticity” in neighboring Syria.

(Especially for the "Military Review")


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  1. Hammer 11 October 2015 05: 12 New
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    Not surprisingly, Turkey is among the five countries financing terrorism, the boomerang effect. Tokmo people feel sorry (
    1. armageddon 11 October 2015 05: 34 New
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      PPC !!! Of course, I am not a prophet ... But damn it ... We need to see who benefits from it ... Before the election ... They are already blaming the Kurds ... M.L. East is a delicate matter...!!!
      1. avt
        avt 11 October 2015 09: 46 New
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        Quote: Armagedon
        .. We need to see who benefits from it ..

        Guess three times. I’m giving a tip - the elections in Turkey were slowed down, the GDP announced at the UN that Assad and the Kurds are fighting ISIS, moreover, the RCP, which is a terrorist organization in the USA. Well, who will Russia be declared in case of deliveries of arms to the Kurds, if the Turks are already declaring, despite the official statement by the RCP and the structures affixed with it to suspend the fight in Turkey, that the Kurds committed the terrorist attack? Regarding a peaceful rally in support of peace with the Kurds. wassat
        Quote: Karasik
        Very similar to the provocation of the Turkish authorities themselves!
        Under the leadership of Saminaetekovo and with the execution of suicide radicals, it’s completely from the subordinate ISIS.
        1. Talgat 11 October 2015 12: 55 New
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          Quote: avt
          Well, who will Russia be declared in the case of deliveries of arms to the Kurds, if the Turks are already declaring, despite the official statement by the RCP and the structures affixed with it to suspend the fight in Turkey, that the Kurds committed the terrorist attack?


          Yes, I agree. very similar to provocation

          and I agree with the article. Dear Elena Gromova, as always, do not hesitate to tell the truth

          Turkey and Erdogan initially took the wrong tactics against Assad of Russia and Iran, in fact, the United States is here today and tomorrow they are not

          And the angry neighbors will not go anywhere - and this is the Russian Federation and Iran and Syria and the Kurds - and also Armenia and in the west Greece - it’s just some kind of trouble
          Turkey spoiled relations around by 360 degrees - a very imprudent policy - the Japanese achieved this in World War II - and the Turks right now - without leaving the box office

          And why do they need it? No reason! but amers have why
          1. avt
            avt 11 October 2015 14: 39 New
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            Quote: Talgat
            Turkey and Erdogan initially took the wrong tactics against Assad of Russia and Iran, in fact, the United States is here today and tomorrow they are not

            The Campaign dream of Port No. 2 is growing, and the Yankees are playing their own game and Turkish attempts to the Ottoman Empire in their phalos.
            Quote: Talgat
            Turkey spoiled relations around by 360 degrees - a very imprudent policy - the Japanese achieved this in World War II - and the Turks right now - without leaving the box office

            Quote: Talgat


            Yes, I agree. very similar to provocation

            and I agree with the article. Dear Elena Gromova, as always, do not hesitate to tell the truth

            Turkey and Erdogan initially took the wrong tactics against Assad of Russia and Iran, in fact, the United States is here today and tomorrow they are not

            And the angry neighbors will not go anywhere - and this is the Russian Federation and Iran and Syria and the Kurds - and also Armenia and in the west Greece - it’s just some kind of trouble
            Turkey spoiled relations around by 360 degrees - a very imprudent policy - the Japanese achieved this in World War II - and the Turks right now - without leaving the box office

            And why do they need it? No reason! but amers have why

            That's it! Erdogan did not learn the lesson of World War I, which Kemal understood well! But Entente, as he wrote earlier, pushed the Turks to the side of Germany in the war, openly declaring Turkey’s requests for neutrality - we guarantee ONLY FOR THE TIME OF WAR, and then they dismembered ,, a sick man of Europe ", and the October 1917 revolution and the unconditional victory of the Bolsheviks with the construction of the USSR, broke off a similar scenario for them in Russia. The Turks still have a chance to maintain the status quo, another scenario for them is fraught with an analogue of Iraq - it is NATO that will divide Turkey and create a neo-Ukraine on the Bosphorus .
        2. Mujahiddin777 12 October 2015 00: 19 New
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          Erdogan himself at one time also armed the Kurds so that they fought against ISIS when ISIS began to develop actively and came close to the border ...
      2. EGOrkka 11 October 2015 15: 07 New
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        .... inventors .... then a bomb .... then snipers ..... a familiar emphasis .... and all for .... inspiring people ..... hi
    2. Karasik 11 October 2015 05: 40 New
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      Very similar to the provocation of the Turkish authorities themselves! And the numerous victims - when did such a "trifle" stop politicians? The more blood, the greater the political effect.
      1. Nik_One 11 October 2015 06: 28 New
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        Quote: Karasik
        Very similar to the provocation of the Turkish authorities themselves!

        I would not say so. It looks like something else ... In any situation, you need to look to whom it is beneficial ...

        The fact is that although the Turks are involved in the Syrian crisis, the situation has changed after Russian intervention. Syrian troops are advancing trying to cut off militants from the Turkish border with the support of the Russian air forces, the Kurds are helping them in this. Turkey cannot fight with Russia, and it is simply not profitable for it. Accordingly, there are some kind of cooperation agreement. But in this situation, only the Saudis are out of work.

        Therefore, in this case, these attacks are most beneficial to Qatar and Saudi Arabia. They, as the most important hotbeds of terrorism, need to provoke Turkey by substituting the Kurds.
        1. BilliBoms09 11 October 2015 09: 33 New
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          send their condolences to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
          I join the condolences to the Turkish people, but not to Erdogan. Support for terrorists does not lead to good, 11.09.01/XNUMX/XNUMX, towers in New York are proof of this.
          1. evfrat 11 October 2015 10: 22 New
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            And what about the towers? Did they collapse?
            1. Scraptor 11 October 2015 13: 03 New
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              the towers collapse on their side, like the leaning tower of Pisa ...
        2. avt
          avt 11 October 2015 11: 34 New
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          Quote: Nik_One
          I would not say so. It looks like something else ...

          Well, something like a current with bombardment of Kurds by francs - ,, “Our Kurds are advancing in Aleppo, although NATO planes bomb their rear instead of ISIS positions and destroy civilian infrastructure in the long-suffering Aleppo province.

          Kurdish groups seek to preempt the occupation of ISIS *, which are stubbornly advancing, knocking out local “Islamic revolutionaries”. --- This is from the “Russian Spring.” Here gradually the puzzle of various events and actions develops, or rather, the algorithm of the Big Game moves Here’s something that tells me that in case of aggravation, Turkey will also be blown up like Surya. I strongly recommend that you track the movements in terms of “democratization” and the fight against the next tyrant, Jamaat Gulen, with headquarters .... in the USA.
        3. Vladimir 1964 11 October 2015 12: 18 New
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          Quote: Nik_One
          Therefore, in this case, these attacks are most beneficial to Qatar and Saudi Arabia. They, as the most important hotbeds of terrorism, need to provoke Turkey by substituting the Kurds.


          Interested in your comment, Dear Nik_One.
          Let me clarify what the “substitution” of the Kurds by Qatar and the Saudis consists in. The relationship of the Turks with the Kurds can be characterized, to some extent, as genocide. What is the point of the attack if the Turks are already "strangling" the Kurds in all possible ways. And what is the “benefit" of the Arabians here.
          Something like this, Dear, your phrase is incomprehensible. request hi
          1. Awaz 11 October 2015 14: 39 New
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            I generally agree with the theme of Nik_One, but there is some comment, or something. The authorities, in order to arrange a terrorist attack, need time to erase all traces. I think that permission for the rally was not given long ago and it is unlikely that the state apparatus could come up with such a fast. Moreover, the authorities would rather simply put a charge on the route than to look for suicide bombers and all that. In general, the handwriting comes from radicals. But the radicals are nurtured by Qatar and the Saudis. They may have done this on their own initiative, or maybe on orders from the top. But according to the logic of events, this is just an action of radical extremists who divorced in Turkey in connection with the well-known events that we are all watching.
        4. avia1991 11 October 2015 19: 58 New
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          Quote: Nik_One
          most beneficial to Qatar and Saudi Arabia. They, as the most important hotbeds of terrorism, need to provoke Turkey by substituting the Kurds.

          Doubts prevail, dear, about beneficiaries ..
          However, it is impossible to discount another version as well - a monstrous crime could be a provocation of the Turkish authorities themselves
          This, in fact, is closer to the truth. Given the speed with which the Kurds were blamed for the terrorist attack, as well as the fact that no one has yet taken responsibility! Erdogan is asleep and sees how to destroy the Kurdish opposition - what is his order attack Kurds in Syrian territory (!!!), contrary to all international law!
          As for the moral side - let me remind you of the genocide of the Armenian population at the beginning of the last century .. as well as the September 11 terrorist attack in the States - there is too much to say in favor of participating in the CIA and others like them .. hi
    3. jaguar 11 October 2015 05: 41 New
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      Tokmo people feel sorry (I agree ... here I feel sorry for people .. as ordinary citizens usually suffer and die
      1. Scraptor 11 October 2015 13: 04 New
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        Turkish intelligence services undermined, do not go to a fortuneteller ...
    4. fennekRUS 11 October 2015 12: 44 New
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      it’s time to revive the “outlawed” principle for criminals. And then the “defenders" are too much for them.
    5. Baloo 13 October 2015 13: 00 New
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      By and large, the attack is beneficial to Erdogan. I want to make a mistake, time will tell.
  2. apro 11 October 2015 05: 15 New
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    Erdogan was made to understand that you’re barking a dog badly at Moscow, you will get a civil war if you don’t learn. Turkey has a difficult choice either to support terrorists or get terrorists on its territory.
    1. Andrey Yuryevich 11 October 2015 05: 30 New
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      Oleg, of course I share your point of view, but the leaders of the states that are facing a difficult choice (very difficult) I would be careful to call names, the mentality is not simple, they will remember, they will remember ... no need ... hi
      1. Pro100Igor 11 October 2015 05: 56 New
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        This is a fraction of the truth. Erdogan got what he fought for. Defending his borders and obediently following the occasion of the West, he missed the moment when terrorism itself came to his country. And this is as a consequence, his yapping at Moscow. ISIS just realized who controlled Turkey and felt its impunity. And they have nowhere else to run, like Ankara. The result is on the face!
        1. Insurgent LC 11 October 2015 14: 41 New
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          and a loan to them to flee to Ankara if they have long been there. Oil who buys the son of Erdogan from ISIS and who treats ISIS militants Turkey in their territory in closed military hospitals, and the weapons from where Turkey comes from ISIS wanted the Kurds to clean up and crap something like that
    2. tupolev-95 11 October 2015 08: 50 New
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      Terrorists have long been in Turkey. At first they were treated and prepared there, but now they have found work.
      1. captain 11 October 2015 10: 05 New
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        I will express my opinion, maybe it is wrong. It is not worthwhile to conclude that this could have been done by the Turkish government, the author thereby made it possible for our "partners" to show that the Russians cannot be sincere allies. I think there are CIA experts in information warfare who, when the opportunity arises, will inflate this article and comments on it, to the desired degree of displeasure or hatred of the Turks towards Russia. My opinion is not to inflate this assumption, there are no facts, and in this case it is not worth likening to Western media.
        1. evfrat 11 October 2015 10: 26 New
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          He had to think with his head when he covered bearded men there, supplied them with weapons, treated, and watered. Hoping that they would spank two birds with one stone for him? It’s an oriental person, it seems, but he doesn’t know chess ... And you know, I don’t belong to those who can go on vacation to a country that sponsored the terrorists who killed my fellow citizens, who still kill them. And it’s time for the Turks to think: with whom they are, who they are and where they are, if not friends, then at least educated (without fanaticism) neighbors.
  3. Funnels 11 October 2015 05: 23 New
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    So, will we flirt with ISIS and others like it, or fight together with Russia?
    1. Andrey Yuryevich 11 October 2015 06: 09 New
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      Quote: Funnels
      So, will we flirt with ISIS and others like it, or fight together with Russia?

      it’s not ISIS, it’s on a planetary scale, and the players are real, there’s no such thing as a riffraff. So we sit and breathe evenly, it’s not a couch to climb ... I don’t think that Erdogan can sleep peacefully.
      1. novobranets 11 October 2015 06: 35 New
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        Quote: Andrew Y.
        here things are of a planetary scale, and the players are real, not a flying chaser

        Yes, it seems like a big game is going on here. And the players themselves are still in the shadows. Erdogan is only a pawn that does not know how it resembles it. When we find out what ultimate goals are being pursued, then we can counteract it. And as for the main players ..., I think, you don’t need a lot of intelligence to understand who moves the pieces.
        1. Andrey Yuryevich 11 October 2015 07: 33 New
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          Quote: novobranets
          When we find out what ultimate goals are being pursued, then we can counteract it. And as for the main players ..., I think, you don’t need a lot of intelligence to understand who moves the pieces.

          Glory, while hydrocarbons "rule" in the world, everything is explained quite simply ... religion and other retouching, an excuse ... no more ... hi
          1. novobranets 11 October 2015 08: 23 New
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            Quote: Andrew Y.
            in the world "rule" hydrocarbons

            Undoubtedly. But it seems to me that the rate is now even higher than control over BV deposits. So to speak, the rescue operation of the failed coup in Syria. It seems that the terrorist attack in Turkey is the first step in a multi-step operation, the purpose of which is to undermine pro-Russian sentiment in the region, followed by the extrusion of Russian air forces from Syria. Further according to the approved plan. If this succeeds, then, having thrown Assad, the states will divide Syria into pieces, having gained full control over these neoplasms and taking away deposits and pipelines. Having lost its position and the only base in the Mediterranean, it will be forced to roll back. The states will continue to put pressure on us, pumping other people's oil (they save their resources) and maintaining a low price. The ultimate goal is to undermine the Russian economy, and not allow it to rise to the level where it will pose a real threat to "democracy." I do not pretend to be the ultimate truth, this is my personal vision of the situation.
            1. sergant1.1 11 October 2015 10: 29 New
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              I agree. And together with Erdogan, there are a lot of hotel girls. And they’ll have a gas hub, and control the Bosphorus, and not let the Syrian-Iran-Iraq pipe be built (for which the igil was invented), and Russia can’t be driven far away, NATO membership with the prospect of the European Union, and the states to unite without losing their sovereign face and Ottoman ambitions (which are already in the blood.
              1. novobranets 11 October 2015 11: 19 New
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                Quote: sergant1.1
                Erdogan has a lot of Wishlist

                Yeah. He wants to sit on a hedgehog and not prick. His Wishlist will tear him to pieces, too different vectors they have.
                1. sergant1.1 11 October 2015 14: 16 New
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                  about that and the speech.)))
      2. evfrat 11 October 2015 10: 38 New
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        So we climbed already sort of, by the very balls?
  4. nemec55 11 October 2015 05: 32 New
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    It seems to me that Erdogan either knows exactly who did it because he blames everyone or it is the work of the Turkish secret services. Now, after a terrorist attack, you can declare a war objectionable, and most importantly, when you don’t know who did it, you won’t be blaming everyone in a row, as the author will announce you will look like an idiot in the eyes of the people. But you can blame anyone only when you do it yourself.
    1. Rostovchanin 11 October 2015 07: 36 New
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      It seems to me that Erdogan either knows exactly who did it because he blames everyone or it is the work of the Turkish secret services. Now, after a terrorist attack, you can declare a war objectionable, and most importantly, when you don’t know who did it, you won’t be blaming everyone in a row, as the author will announce you will look like an idiot in the eyes of the people. But you can blame anyone only when you do it yourself.

      It reminds me of September 11th, now it should go according to that scenario ...
      1. nemec55 11 October 2015 08: 37 New
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        You reduced my thoughts, the first thought I had was SEPTEMBER 11
        It is surprising how they hold us for suckers and carry out such operations. We seem to understand that we are being bred, but nevertheless we make a sad face and condole with the author of the attack fool
        1. Aleks28 11 October 2015 09: 01 New
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          Quote: nemec55
          You reduced my thoughts, the first thought I had was SEPTEMBER 11
          It is surprising how they hold us for suckers and carry out such operations. We seem to understand that we are being bred, but nevertheless we make a sad face and condole with the author of the attack

          So, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said that the Islamic State, the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), and a number of left-wing organizations were guilty - all together.
          According to the statements, it’s just clear that the self-made thing happened to them. None of the declared ones simply benefited from this terrorist attack. Especially smiled (if I may say so), this is the accusation of the PKK, then generally cynicism rolls over.
          1. Olezhek 11 October 2015 09: 30 New
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            I’m friends, when Ischo Erdogan started deploying terrorist training camps - he became very worried ...
            After all, terrorists are such people - today they seem to be for you, tomorrow .. the shaitan knows him ...
            So the news - no matter how news.
            1. Aleks28 11 October 2015 10: 54 New
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              Quote: Olezhek
              I’m friends, when Ischo Erdogan started deploying terrorist training camps - he became very worried ...
              After all, terrorists are such people - today they seem to be for you, tomorrow .. the shaitan knows him ...
              So the news - no matter how news.

              There may be one more thing. This is Turkey’s punishment for a too mild reaction to airspace violations by the Russian air forces. Striped masters at such things. Remember the recent bombings in China (the Chinese rhetoric changed immediately), or “exposing” VW fraud (question to extend the sanctions decided on its own), and even a bunch of examples can be given.
              1. Olezhek 11 October 2015 12: 01 New
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                This is the punishment of Turkey for too mild reaction to the violation of the airspace by the Russian Aerospace Force.


                What else could they do? War Putin declare?
                The Turks reacted very harshly.
  5. aszzz888 11 October 2015 06: 01 New
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    Condolences to the relatives of the dead and injured.
    But maybe after that Erdogan will stir, and will respond to the appeal of the GDP on the fight against terrorists.
    Or are these victims still not enough?
    1. Egoza 11 October 2015 07: 57 New
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      Quote: aszzz888
      But maybe after that Erdogan will stir, and will respond to the appeal of the GDP on the fight against terrorists.
      Or are these victims still not enough?

      So who do the terrorists need to know!
      If Erdogan himself “arranged” to blame the Kurds, this is one thing. If the United States “helped” so that Turkey and Russia do not agree, this is different. Here in Ukraine they know for sure: "Putin did this in revenge to Erdogan." Well, this is Ukraine!
      1. kashtak 11 October 2015 09: 34 New
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        Quote: Egoza

        If Erdogan himself “arranged” to blame the Kurds, this is one thing. If the United States has “helped” so that Turkey and Russia do not agree, this is different.

        rather, that Turkey does not agree with the Kurdish workers' party. someone needs tension with the Kurds. and about the "censor" you are concerned about the opinion of this cesspool? everything is predictable, no?
      2. evfrat 12 October 2015 12: 54 New
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        Something about the Wahhabi Saudis in Vietnamese slippers you forgot.
  6. astronom1973n 11 October 2015 06: 04 New
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    It’s a complex country, Turkey, as well as all the eastern countries. I believe that all their businessmen pay unambiguously zakat (this is a strict rule in Muslims, which for some reason is not mentioned or is simply kept silent).
    Thus, you and I, to our great regret, are willingly, forcibly, participating in the financing of ish terrorists.
    How? Yes, we drive several times a year to Turkish resorts and leave our hard-earned money there. We buy their consumer goods under the brand name of famous brands. We place orders at their industrial enterprises. Like it or not, Turkey has always been geopolitical for the entire historical period for Russia an adversary, but not a friend and comrade in any way. Partnership, as they are now positioning, is temporary. We have more disagreements than joint themes. (Crimea is one of the points of tension). And we don’t have to comfort ourselves with projects.
    Russia, for reasons, will be one. Unfortunately, we do not have friends, and those who have ...
    And our country must be strong. And it depends only on ourselves. Something like this ....
    1. Andrey Yuryevich 11 October 2015 06: 37 New
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      this is for all time ...
      1. Tektor 11 October 2015 12: 24 New
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        Who could have thought yesterday that zero problems with neighbors could be Erdogan’s multiplied by zero.?. A slight increase in the concentration of the flowing moderate Syrian opposition in Anatolia has sensitive consequences for the political future. I would even say the political future of nonexistence, and possibly physical (we are all mortal).
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      Quote: astronom1973n To the greatest regret, we have no friends, but those who have ...
      Something like this .... [/ quote

      Is that Serbia ...
  7. Retvizan 8 11 October 2015 06: 10 New
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    Sorry, but my subjective opinion - Erdogan's policy may not end very well for him and for Turkey.
    On the one hand, the country of NATO and the US ally, on the other hand, is "crawling" with terrorists (oil transit from ISIS, a transshipment base for militants, etc.). They are also climbing into Syria for their "piece of cake. They are trying to get hold of relations with Russia.
    In short, as they say: "eat fish and ... sit down"!
    As a result, trying to sit on three or even four chairs! Jo pa little!
    Of course I feel sorry for people!
    1. Andrey Yuryevich 11 October 2015 06: 42 New
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      Quote: Retvizan 8
      Sorry, but my subjective opinion

      if it’s just like “nickname” that they have swung to justice, there’s nothing to apologize for, cut to the fullest, you will scoop up the minus, you won’t lose money! wink
  8. sl22277 11 October 2015 06: 17 New
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    I think there is no difference who did this. People died and suffered. The very position of the Turkish government in supporting terrorists is not acceptable, it is impossible to support terrorists with one hand and to imitate the struggle with them with the other. This is the result of such a policy of Turkey. And condolences from the direct perpetrators of such crimes look at least wild and hypocritical.
    1. AlexTires 11 October 2015 08: 34 New
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      The very position of the Turkish government in supporting terrorists is not acceptable, it is impossible to support terrorists with one hand, and to fight with them with the other

      And this Erdogan’s mistake can be fatal. The only way out for him is to completely block the border, blocking the possibility of moving back and forth and give control of the border to the Russian Air Force and the Syrian troops without indignation. If he does not, then in Turkey in three months there will be a walk-field ..
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        I think you're right.
  9. Coconut 11 October 2015 06: 21 New
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    Quote: Karasik
    Very similar to the provocation of the Turkish authorities themselves! And the numerous victims - when did such a "trifle" stop politicians? The more blood, the greater the political effect.


    I agree .. the version has the right to be
  10. fa2998 11 October 2015 06: 30 New
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    I immediately noticed that the explosion was oriented incorrectly. The whole impulse is directed upwards and not to the sides. The blast wave should “sweep away” the demonstrators — in fact, the dead standing nearby, and the rest — as they sang and danced, and did not separate their arms. It looks like a laid WU below ground level.
    In principle, the culprit is ISIS. It’s just that the Turkish leadership doesn’t intimidate, but really spur the fight on terror, yes! Together with Russia, otherwise they worked out the number with the Americans! And a good air line forms-CRIMEA-TURKEY-SYRIA. yes hi
    1. Andrey Yuryevich 11 October 2015 07: 10 New
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      Immediately noticed, the explosion was oriented incorrectly.

      send a note of protest, so as not to disgrace the glorious ranks of terrorist warriors, and send out the operation manual to all territorial organizations, so that, henceforth, correctly set explosive devices! (very strong sarcasm, for stupid ...)
    2. kashtak 11 October 2015 09: 19 New
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      I immediately noticed that the explosion was oriented incorrectly. The whole impulse is directed upwards and not to the sides. The blast wave should “sweep away” the demonstrators — in fact, the dead standing nearby,

      below ground it is unlikely. fragmentation mines, a lot of dead and wounded. if there are sappers correct.
  11. sagitch 11 October 2015 07: 17 New
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    Please note, women are not pinjabs, liberated. If they are Kurds, then they are completely civilized. Assad probably should give them autonomy. Kurds, calm people devotee civilized and hardworking. They are very valuable as warriors and will be fully grateful for their support, and they will punish their children and grandchildren.
    1. Bayonet 11 October 2015 08: 04 New
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      Please note women are not pinjabs,

      Punjab is a state in northwestern India. And women wear a hijab - in Islam, any clothes (from head to toe), but in the Western world, hijab is understood as a traditional Islamic women's head scarf.
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        Sorry, the mistake is technical, not grammatical.
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          Sorry, the mistake is technical, not grammatical.

          Accepted, it happens hi
  12. bumerang. 11 October 2015 07: 23 New
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    Erdogan's regime from the very beginning of the Syrian confrontation, when this leader was still the prime minister, assisted terrorists. The areas bordering Syria have almost completely turned into terrorist bases. Recruited fighters were brought there from all over the world, they were trained, trained, given weapons to them and sent to fight against the Syrian state, people and army.

    Erdogan and his henchmen never hid the fact that they are helping the "Syrian opposition." Moreover, the position of the Turkish authorities on this issue was even more radical than the position of Washington.
    Ah, that's why the Turks got so excited when the planes violated their space. Worry about the bases for terrorists.
    Georgia, Ukraine, Syria and other countries, the United States is approaching Russia,
    it is so noticeable.
    1. shh-inga 11 October 2015 14: 29 New
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      It seems to me that Erdogan’s misfortune is that he can’t decide on whom exactly Turkey is fighting: either against the Kurds with the help of the Islamists, or against Assad with the same help, or against the Islamists ... I’m afraid that with this the scenario of the attacks in Turkey will continue (((, God forbid!
  13. igordok 11 October 2015 07: 26 New
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    On the censor, the main topic that the Russians did was because of Syria.
  14. 501Legion 11 October 2015 07: 34 New
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    condolences to all the victims and relatives of the victims.
    but it seems to me that this provocation is the work of the authorities and special services of Turkey. everything is painfully obvious and valuable. just to make a lot of noise around the world. and so that more and more people take up arms against the Kurds and begin to support Erdogan, who has played in the king.
  15. dmitrymb 11 October 2015 07: 41 New
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    Yes, because Turkey was partially sold to the Saxons, here is their special services and they will fuck it as they need ...
  16. Bayonet 11 October 2015 07: 57 New
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    A completely stupid illustration in the title of the article, especially against the backdrop of such lines: “there are already 95 dead, 246 injured, of whom 48 are in intensive care. Moreover, the number of victims is constantly growing.” Usually, the head of state and people, in such cases, express condolences and do not draw him astride the minaret! hi
    1. 501Legion 11 October 2015 08: 23 New
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      if you have noticed with photographs for publications there has long been a disaster .... and this is not the first time seen. people who make articles and insert photos do not respond.
      or a large article with a description but not a single photo. or a photo for the article but not at all in the subject
    2. elenagromova 11 October 2015 09: 19 New
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      My deepest condolences to the victims, relatives, friends of the victims, the Turkish people. But not the one who fed and trained the terrorists.
    3. Olezhek 11 October 2015 09: 27 New
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      Yes - NOT CORRECT. Even disrespectful ..
  17. AlexTires 11 October 2015 08: 10 New
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    As I wrote earlier, the Kurds will bend down, and after the attacks - to the full, regardless of involvement ... I expect that the flow of tourists for the next season will decrease dramatically, and vacationers will sunbathe in a bulletproof vest and in a helmet.
    And in general, no one had the feeling that the United States was tired of the tricks and obstinacy of Erdogan, and that Turkey was on the list of demining and fragmentation of territories?
  18. Mountain shooter 11 October 2015 08: 26 New
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    A terrible assumption (version) from our "Svidomo brothers." Version, so to speak. At first there was a fake that the Turks shot down our plane, and immediately explained the terrorist attack with revenge for the downed ... We will never be brothers. Who needs such "non-chromosomal"?
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      from our "Svidomo brothers"


      You do not feel sorry for ukroguano? Does the analytical and intellectual value of the information posted there have no negative values?
  19. AndreyS 11 October 2015 08: 31 New
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    I don’t know how anyone is, but after hearing that an anti-war rally took place, the first thought was that the American or Turkish special services are rocking the situation!
    Usually you need to look to whom it is beneficial, but it is beneficial to the "hegemon" and the Turkish special services (tighten the nuts). We will see the rhetoric of the Turkish authorities, and of everyone else!
  20. she
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    It's not very good to say that, but the Turks should. Let them know not only the taste of Sneakers from the arrogant Saxons. Yes, and the Nenets probably already zae ... (coitus) their hordes.
    1. kashtak 11 October 2015 09: 02 New
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      rather, it’s not in Turkey. the attack is directed against the Kurdish workers' party. and those who support a settlement with the Kurds. Kurds' position is important throughout the region. if they provoke an end to the war will become more complicated. judging by the video, those who were at the rally clearly do not support the so-called Islamists and advocate secular Turkey, and such explosions are just the style of the "Islamists".
  21. parusnik 11 October 2015 09: 02 New
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    Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said the Islamic State, the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), and a number of left-wing organizations were guilty of the attack - all together. ... Everything was mixed up, in the head of the government ... Anyone can see that this is a provocation of extremists .. ISIS, al-Qaeda ... and the like .. RPK and the left-these explosions are not needed .. in this situation ...
  22. fa2998 11 October 2015 09: 04 New
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    henceforth, explosive devices were installed correctly! (very strong sarcasm, for dumb people ...)

    If you are so smart in something you noticed in my comment, you might have noticed that WU were installed by LOVERS (or fans, they were barely familiar with the nature of the explosion), and not special services, with such a powerful explosion there could be several times more casualties. The F-1 grenade a splinter at a distance of 200 m is considered deadly, and a few kg. BB, and with killer elements it is completely clear the street from dancing. hi
  23. Michael_59 11 October 2015 09: 13 New
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    Bloody greetings from Fashington.
  24. Olezhek 11 October 2015 09: 25 New
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    I somehow do not think that this is September 11 / Reichstag arson ..
    Erdogan is there and so everything is very fun ...
    Such provocative things make sense in a relatively stable country to excite everyone.
    Arrange a small fire in Bordela during the flood (and the situation in Turetchin is just that)
    It does not make much sense ...
    My conspiratorial version - Erdogan promised "fighters of appazitsii" protection ...
    But did not keep your word.
    If you deal with gangsters ... request
  25. Romanenko 11 October 2015 11: 00 New
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    There was such a very old Soviet film - Aladdin's Magic Lamp, there at the end of the film there is an interesting dialogue between Aladdin and the genie, whom the evil Maghreb sorcerer instructed to remove Aladdin. The genie motivates everything with the fact that he is a slave to the lamp, and she is currently with the sorcerer, Aladdin tells him once you are a slave - kill me, but I'm your friend, the genie immediately objects. So friend or slave ??? !! In the end, Alladdin asks him.
    So Erdogan now, or rather the whole of Turkey, has the same choice. Who are they to us, and to the Americans.
    I think it’s difficult for now to answer unequivocally, but I will have to answer, and very quickly. The time for this is less and less, and the need to make a choice is more and more relevant. And not only for Turkey.
  26. Nyrobsky 11 October 2015 11: 01 New
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    It’s clear that the matter is dark. Soon, Erdogan’s policy in Turkey will be hot as a stoker. The megalomania of this pretzel is not less than that of Obama. Fortunately, he has no such argument as nuclear weapons. Under Erdogan, Turkey managed to spoil relations with all neighboring countries, including Russia.
    Turkey stirs up the topic with the Turkish stream and with the Crimean Tatars, is playing an ugly game in the North Caucasus, despite the fact that Russia is its most important trade and geopolitical partner (there’s no escape from the neighborhood).
    1. Awaz 11 October 2015 14: 44 New
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      The flow of tourists from Russia to Turkey fell by more than 30 percent. So far, they go to Egypt (even grew there)
      Well, I think that in connection with the situation, the Russians will fly to Turkey even less ... If you think about it, it turns out that we are at war with Turkey. Tourists may be held hostage.
  27. alone 11 October 2015 11: 12 New
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    Madam Gromova, switch to Syria. Your Syrian reports are much more interesting than Turkish ones
  28. gerodot 11 October 2015 11: 59 New
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    Erdogan two-faced hyena
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    Do not dig a hole to another ...
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    IMHO, this terrorist attack is unprofitable for the Turkish authorities, it may be greetings from Washington for a mild reaction to Russia. In the sense, you will be stubbornly awaiting the next revolution, or maybe again the work of Amers for the future. I’ll explain as I see, we are helping Syria and it is possible to defeat Iraq in the future igil, the Kurds are also fighting with igil. when the war calms down more or less the autonomy in Iraq and Syria, it is quite possible that the Kurdistan people are born. And then at times the Kurds are blown up in Turkey, you can inflate the war of Turkey and Kurdistan with the involvement of Syria and Iraq , again we get another mess, and if the Igilovites also throw the uninhabited from Libya and it will be like in a children's song, this song is good, start from the beginning ..
  31. Andryukha G 11 October 2015 12: 14 New
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    100% organized by the Turkish authorities to increase pressure on the rebellious Kurds and leftist forces, otherwise there will be politicians in the country who will suck Russia to bomb numerous training bases for militants on the territory of Turkey itself.
  32. 2s5giacints 11 October 2015 12: 14 New
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    IMHO, this terrorist attack is unprofitable for the Turkish authorities, it may be greetings from Washington for a mild reaction to Russia. In the sense, you will be stubbornly awaiting the next revolution, or maybe again the work of Amers for the future. I’ll explain as I see, we are helping Syria and it is possible to defeat Iraq in the future igil, the Kurds are also fighting with igil. when the war calms down more or less the autonomy in Iraq and Syria, it is quite possible that the Kurdistan people are born. And then at times the Kurds are blown up in Turkey, you can inflate the war of Turkey and Kurdistan with the involvement of Syria and Iraq , again we get another mess, and if the Igilovites also throw the uninhabited from Libya and it will be like in a children's song, this song is good, start from the beginning ..
  33. Buffalo 11 October 2015 12: 17 New
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    In Turkey, an attempt to organize a protest demonstration against terror, vaguely reminiscent of actions on the Maidan in Kiev, was suppressed in a brutal manner, immediately. There she is, Turkish democracy.
  34. AdekvatNICK 11 October 2015 12: 54 New
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    there was no police during the rally - why? she arrived only after the explosion.
    3 hospitals near the explosion site, why did the ambulances arrive in 20 minutes?
    then the police began to disperse the rally to use gas and special equipment - why?

    many questions.
  35. Garris199 11 October 2015 13: 28 New
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    a monstrous crime could be a provocation of the Turkish authorities themselves.

    A very likely scenario, it could also be an operation of foreign intelligence services (some really want to drag Turkey into the conflict in a serious way, as in the good old days). The executioners most likely were suicide bombers from ISIS.
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      Do you have serious evidence of your point of view? What if, here, not striped, but the sickle-hammer ones bend their line? AND?
      What is your MGIMO diploma from which year? There are at least a lot of knowledgeable politicians here, but in the end it will be like in the report of the Central Bank of Russia: "The growth of the economy in 2015 will be NEGATIVE"
      1. gerodot 11 October 2015 13: 51 New
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        Kurds did not begin to kill their brothers (including those close in opinion), therefore, a minus. recent events in the world have shown how special services of NATO countries use extremists to achieve their goal. burning ethnic conflicts and color revolutions. NATO must cease to exist as a fascist executioner
        1. alone 11 October 2015 13: 54 New
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          Kurds did not begin to kill their brothers, so minus.

          The terrorists don't have brothers. Don't forget that.
  36. Kibl 11 October 2015 14: 06 New
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    ISIS + USA + CA + NATO = friends forever !!! There’s only one hitch, Russia’s interfering! That’s why the "friends" stir up all sorts of dirty tricks against an enemy, but only the gut is thin !!!
  37. VeteranS 11 October 2015 15: 55 New
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    “Sow the wind, reap the storm,” the scripture says ... Erdogan probably does not know about this.
  38. Denis Skiff 11 October 2015 15: 59 New
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    the explosion did not reach the ministers.
  39. Denis Skiff 11 October 2015 16: 02 New
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    Quote: Nyrobsky
    It’s clear that the matter is dark. Soon, Erdogan’s policy in Turkey will be hot as a stoker. The megalomania of this pretzel is not less than that of Obama. Fortunately, he has no such argument as nuclear weapons. Under Erdogan, Turkey managed to spoil relations with all neighboring countries, including Russia.
    Turkey stirs up the topic with the Turkish stream and with the Crimean Tatars, is playing an ugly game in the North Caucasus, despite the fact that Russia is its most important trade and geopolitical partner (there’s no escape from the neighborhood).

    laugh? who is funny here? speaking right. no need to go there.
  40. Denis Skiff 11 October 2015 19: 29 New
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    In Turkey, after the attack, Facebook and Twitter are blocked. In how. and don't give a shit about the consequences.