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Ukshep

Erdogan Accuses US-Led Coalition Of Supporting ISIS

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Everything is changing before us. I hope you pay attention to that!

"Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said "it's very clear" that the US-led coalition is supporting terrorist groups in Syria, Islamic State (IS, also known as ISIS/ISIL) among them.

"They give support to terrorist groups including Daesh (Arabic for IS)," Erdogan said.

Saying that the US have accused Turkey of supporting IS, speaking at a press conference on Tuesday the Turkish leader blamed the US-led coalition for assisting terrorists themselves.

Apart from IS, he also mentioned Kurdish People's Protection Units in northern Syria (YPG) and Democratic Union Party (PYD) as groups supported by the coalition."

https://www.rt.com/news/371965-erdogan-us-coalition-isis/

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There are a lot of countries funding and working with whatever alphabet name of the day you give them.  Erdogon and his son are included along with everyone else with their fingers in oil and gas pipelines and rare earth minerals.  The ever present boogeyman on the world stage. Damn, I'm so tired of all their games. War is the health of every state according to Ron Paul. He's right about that.  

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Well, somehow, without consent of the governed, America supports the sunnis, except under Hussein Obama, it got switched to shiites. Go figure. And Erdogan wants control of them all. It's a mess. Internecine warfare in our own govt for the sorry ass Muslims. Madness. Time to leave them to their fate. Hope Pres. Trump can clear this up somewhat.

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