Brewing kinetic wars revolving around Turkey, Russia, and their proxies and allies

That interview was done around July 15, so about 5 days ago. The following links might be well interpreted through the lens of this interview.

Erdogan: ‘Egypt’s movements in Libya illegal, UAE conducts piracy activities’

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday accused Egypt and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) of taking “illegal and unacceptable” steps in Libya.

Erdogan stated that Turkey “will continue to assume the responsibility it undertook in Libya” and “will not let the Libyans face military aggression alone.”

The Turkish president strongly criticised Egypt and the UAE’s support for the Libyan National Army (LNA) led by General Khalifa Haftar, stating: “The steps taken by Egypt and its support for Haftar are illegal. On the other hand, Abu Dhabi is committing piracy crimes by sending money and weapons to Haftar illegally and this is unacceptable… while we are standing with a legitimate government fighting coupists.”

Egypt’s parliament to mandate Sisi to intervene militarily in Libya

Informed sources told Ahram Online that the Egyptian parliament – the House of Representatives – is expected to hold a plenary meeting this week to discuss the political and military situation in neighbouring Libya.

The sources said the discussion is to be followed by a vote to mandate President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi to intervene militarily in Libya to help defend the western neighbour against Turkish aggression.

In a 16 July meeting between leaders of Libyan tribes and El-Sisi, they asked him to authorise the Egyptian Armed Forces “to intervene to protect the national security of Libya and Egypt, if they see an imminent danger to both countries. President El-Sisi said he would do so after obtaining the approval of the Egyptian parliament.

In a resolution passed on 13 July, the Libyan  parliament also asked the Egyptian and Libyan armed forces to work together to guarantee the occupier’s defeat and preserve shared national security in the face of the dangers posed by the Turkish occupation.

Armenians have been protesting all over the world. A few days ago even at Parliament Hill in Ottawa there was a protest of Armenians, who have an understanding with Russia, who are defending themselves against Azerbaijan, who are backed by the Turks, and have threatened to attack Armenian nuclear power plants.

The main sign needs to be read carefully. It is a quote of the Azerbaijan leader and not meant to be read as if in the first person. But its not super clear unless you look closely at it.

Here is the Libyan black magic ring thing again. I know its already posted earlier but its too good not to post here again.

And Planes secretly deliver cargo to Haftar’s military bases in Libya, investigation finds

Cargo planes have been found to be dropping off unidentified material at airbases controlled by rogue Libyan general Khalifa Haftar, an investigation by Al-Jazeera Arabic TV has found.

An investigation by the channel, using satellite images and flight information, found that two Russian-made Ilyushin 76 planes registered to Reem Travel, an Emirati-Kazakh company made a number of trips from the Emirates, Israel and Jordan to the Haftar-controlled military bases in Libya in early April.

This was when Haftar was attempting to capture the Libyan capital Tripoli, which is controlled by the internationally-recognised government of Prime Minister Fayez Sarraj.

Yesterday: Egypt’s parliament to mandate Sisi to intervene militarily in Libya

Also yesterday: Egypt condemns Turkey’s political and military interference in Arab affairs

Egypt has a pretty large military.

Also yesterday, Erdogan claims Egypt’s movements in Libya illegal.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday accused Egypt and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) of taking “illegal and unacceptable” steps in Libya.

Erdogan stated that Turkey “will continue to assume the responsibility it undertook in Libya” and “will not let the Libyans face military aggression alone.”

The Turkish president strongly criticised Egypt and the UAE’s support for the Libyan National Army (LNA) led by General Khalifa Haftar, stating: “The steps taken by Egypt and its support for Haftar are illegal. On the other hand, Abu Dhabi is committing piracy crimes by sending money and weapons to Haftar illegally and this is unacceptable… while we are standing with a legitimate government fighting coupists.”

Yes Erdogan is very familiar with using the idea of a coup to wrest political power with a military. Much like Marxists use a reformatted history of Africans in the West to do the same.

Brad Johnson on other regional conflicts involving Russian and Turkish allies. We did post this video below before, but it belongs here.

There is a great deal more news articles in the Reader’s Links post comments over the last several days. Anyone very interested in what appears to be brewing over there may want to take a deeper dive and see what they can pull.

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

One Reply to “Brewing kinetic wars revolving around Turkey, Russia, and their proxies and allies”

  1. The appeasement of the filthy Turk will cost the world dearly.
    Problem is, he’s Muslim Bros. in the flesh.
    Western media is almost universally MB. They will work overtime to cover for the Sultan wannabe.

    Qatar [spit], financier of the MB, owns a good deal of Wash, D.C. Literally, real estate. Plus think-tanks like Brookings. It buys off everybody. Or tries to muffle discordant voices. Including Jewish supporters of Israel.

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