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AS THE GLOBAL WORLD TURNS

December 27, 2017

 

 

 

 

Why do I get a sense that Erdogan is getting paid to advertise how evil Assad is. It's just another stick in the fire to fuel the flame. 

 

In football we know who are the offensive players and defensive players. We know by their uniform which team they are on. I get the impression there are those who cast confusion blurring the lines in altercations just to muddy up the script. You can't have the audience finding out who the true villains are otherwise it would be end of story. The series would come to an end and no one would get paid.

 

In football they listen to the coach and figure out their plays before they hit the field. I don't doubt these global leaders are all about that. Prepare your moves before you come on the scene. 

 

These global cast of characters would fit perfectly into "As the world turns", a soap opera started in 1956. I thank the Lord for giving me sense not to watch this type of stuff.  

 

The other observation I have is how these ranking globalist are aching to make headlines. They scramble to publicize their thoughts and faces all over the news. If they have been tucked away on an Emmy shelf too long, they can't help to jostle their way back into the limelight and theatres of war. 

 

I'm not making up the term theatre of war. It's in

Wikipedia.

 

Theatre of War or Theater of War may refer to:

  • Theater (warfare), a military term for an area where an armed conflict takes place

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

 

 

Erdogan was never married to Assad. He can't just say I want a divorce. Did Assad cheat on him or get under his skin?  Why does Erdogan want Assad out of the way? Assad could not be hanging out in his palace while nations are wanting to invade his country.

 

Where is Assad? Maybe he is hanging out with Kim Jung-Un having a few ice teas in the Greek Islands? I wonder if Assad is going to become like Bin Laden, a fugitive on the run who outran the entire U.S. military. You will have to stay tuned for the next episode of as the GLOBAL WORLD TURNS to find out.

 

God will take care of the evil doers of this world. He won't have to shake the world upside down to shake them loose. They will not escape God's judgments written in the book of Revelation. 

 

JERUSALEM POST

 

TURKEY'S ERDOGAN CALLS SYRIA'S ASSAD A TERRORIST, SAYS IMPOSSIBLE TO CONTINUE WITH HIM

BY REUTERS

 

 DECEMBER 27, 2017 16:00

 

"Assad is definitely a terrorist who has carried out state terrorism," Erdogan told a televised news conference.

 

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday called Syrian President Bashar al-Assad a terrorist and said it was impossible for Syrian peace efforts to continue with him.

 

Turkey has demanded the removal of Assad from power and backed rebels fighting to overthrow him, but it has toned down its demands since it started working with Assad's allies Russia and Iran for a political resolution.

"Assad is definitely a terrorist who has carried out state terrorism," Erdogan told a televised news conference with his Tunisian counterpart Beji Caid Essebsi in Tunis.

"It is impossible to continue with Assad. How can we embrace the future with a Syrian president who has killed close to a million of his citizens?" he said, in some of his harshest comments for weeks.

 

Though Turkey has long demanded Assad's removal, it is now more focused in Syria on the threat from Islamist militants and Kurdish fighters it considers allies of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), who it says have formed a "terror corridor" on its southern border.

Turkey says the Syrian Kurdish YPG militia, which Ankara views as an extension of the outlawed PKK which has fought an insurgency in southeast Turkey since the 1980s, cannot be invited to Syrian peace talks in the Kazakh capital Astana.

The YPG is the main element in a force that Washington has assisted with training, weapons, air support and help from ground advisers in the battle against Islamic State. That U.S. support has angered Ankara, a NATO ally of Washington.

Despite its differences with Russia and Iran, Turkey has worked with the two powers in the search for a political solution in Syria.

Ankara, Moscow and Tehran also brokered a deal to set up and monitor a "de-escalation zone" to reduce fighting between insurgents and Syrian government forces in Syria's rebel-held northwestern Idlib province.

"We can't say (Assad) will handle this. It is impossible for Turkey to accept this. Northern Syria has been handed over as a terror corridor. There is no peace in Syria and this peace won't come with Assad," Erdogan said. (Reporting by Tuvan Gumrukcu and Ece Toksabay in Ankara; Editing by Dominic Evans and Matthew Mpoke Bigg) (Adds quotes, details, background) TUNIS, Dec 27 (Reuters) - Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday called Syrian President Bashar al-Assad a terrorist and said it was impossible for Syrian peace efforts to continue with him.

Turkey has demanded the removal of Assad from power and backed rebels fighting to overthrow him, but it has toned down its demands since it started working with Assad's allies Russia and Iran for a political resolution.

"Assad is definitely a terrorist who has carried out state terrorism," Erdogan told a televised news conference with his Tunisian counterpart Beji Caid Essebsi in Tunis.

"It is impossible to continue with Assad. How can we embrace the future with a Syrian president who has killed close to a million of his citizens?" he said, in some of his harshest comments for weeks.

Though Turkey has long demanded Assad's removal, it is now more focused in Syria on the threat from Islamist militants and Kurdish fighters it considers allies of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), who it says have formed a "terror corridor" on its southern border.

Turkey says the Syrian Kurdish YPG militia, which Ankara views as an extension of the outlawed PKK which has fought an insurgency in southeast Turkey since the 1980s, cannot be invited to Syrian peace talks in the Kazakh capital Astana.

The YPG is the main element in a force that Washington has assisted with training, weapons, air support and help from ground advisers in the battle against Islamic State. That U.S. support has angered Ankara, a NATO ally of Washington.

Despite its differences with Russia and Iran, Turkey has worked with the two powers in the search for a political solution in Syria.

Ankara, Moscow and Tehran also brokered a deal to set up and monitor a "de-escalation zone" to reduce fighting between insurgents and Syrian government forces in Syria's rebel-held northwestern Idlib province.

"We can't say (Assad) will handle this. It is impossible for Turkey to accept this. Northern Syria has been handed over as a terror corridor. There is no peace in Syria and this peace won't come with Assad," Erdogan said. (Reporting by Tuvan Gumrukcu and Ece Toksabay in Ankara; Editing by Dominic Evans and Matthew Mpoke Bigg)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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