Turks should look to their own brutality against Kurds before condemning others

Ethel C. Fenig
Hey weepy humanitarians! Hey hypocritical murderous Europeans! Hey UN!

While the terrorist financed convoy of armed, imperialist, terrorist enablers, including many Turks, Irish and others, attempted to sail to Gaza to deliver humanitarian aid of weapons and some food to the well stocked Gazan terrorists was thankfully intercepted, a true humanitarian crisis involving real freedom fighters for their own state is totally ignored...in Turkey.


Yes, Turkey. Turkey, which is shedding crocodile tears for the right of Arabs to terrorize faraway Israel, is brutally suppressing Kurds who are attempting to create an independent Kurdish state in northern Iraq and southeastern Turkey. In the latest bloody clash three Turkish soldiers were killed and others were wounded according to a report in Reuters.


The operation comes eight days after Turkish warplanes bombed some 50 PKK targets in northern Iraq.
The PKK took up arms against the Turkish state in 1984 with the aim of creating an independent homeland in the mainly Kurdish southeast of the country.

More than 40,000 people have died in the conflict.

So...are you all going to organize a "freedom flotilla" bringing humanitarian aid to the Kurds while condemning Turkey?


Didn't think so.


Well, then, how about Chechnya, suppressed by the Russians? Oh. Well, I'm not surprised.





Hey weepy humanitarians! Hey hypocritical murderous Europeans! Hey UN!

While the terrorist financed convoy of armed, imperialist, terrorist enablers, including many Turks, Irish and others, attempted to sail to Gaza to deliver humanitarian aid of weapons and some food to the well stocked Gazan terrorists was thankfully intercepted, a true humanitarian crisis involving real freedom fighters for their own state is totally ignored...in Turkey.


Yes, Turkey. Turkey, which is shedding crocodile tears for the right of Arabs to terrorize faraway Israel, is brutally suppressing Kurds who are attempting to create an independent Kurdish state in northern Iraq and southeastern Turkey. In the latest bloody clash three Turkish soldiers were killed and others were wounded according to a report in Reuters.


The operation comes eight days after Turkish warplanes bombed some 50 PKK targets in northern Iraq.
The PKK took up arms against the Turkish state in 1984 with the aim of creating an independent homeland in the mainly Kurdish southeast of the country.

More than 40,000 people have died in the conflict.

So...are you all going to organize a "freedom flotilla" bringing humanitarian aid to the Kurds while condemning Turkey?


Didn't think so.


Well, then, how about Chechnya, suppressed by the Russians? Oh. Well, I'm not surprised.