After Turkey sides with Pakistan, India assures support for Cyprus' territorial integrity

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The türk mongol savages are not different from porks and their hypocrisy they kill Kurds but cry for bosnian and albanian Muslims porks are the same they kill Baluch and support terrorism in Afghanistan they murdered bengal muslims and the are dead silent on uyghurs but they bark loud at Kashmir
 

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Imran Khan told Erdogan that 'Pakistan fully understands Turkey's concerns relating to terrorism' and the 'threats and challenges being faced by Turkey.'

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This picture shows the hypocrisy of the Muhammadans between their anger at Israel killing Palestinians while they support of Turkish killing of Kurds

Why?!! Because when a none Muhammadans kills the Muhammadans that’s a crime but Muhammadans kill other Muhammadans that’s ok and halal lol
 

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the pakis are paki enough to realise that this is an opportunity to make all the attention go away from them and its troubles. turkey and iran and saudi. a form of the distraction of focussing the troubles of Islam away from it and its pureness and its role. are we seeing rubbing their hands with glee (pakis - perhaps much more its isi and army) and planning a big terror attack in the west. deniable by putting the whole blame to the turkey, saudi and even iran. perhaps to and into areas that would be at the heart of promoting even eliminating the western ethos and even targetting Israel? its cute of pakis to be doing mediation and saying there will not be any confrontation between saudi and iran when that is what they want but without being invovled themselves. the iraq war made the pakis a more regional stronger player. also after a big terror attack thereafter do a 9-11 and side with the side that offers it some money. and actually play all sides.

unfortunately, pakis ... don't realise having (supposedly) nuke weapons embolden such thought reinforcements by all of the parties be it turkey, saudi, iran to even the terrorists and pakis themselves. what happens if pakis,,,

will they go scotch (*was seeing a documentary on sale of alcohol to pakis) free - will they be laughing to the bank of army paki. for sure there is going to be a change of boundaries and borders of many places will be fascinating to see what areas for pakis is left shortly.
 

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TKMB.
SYRIAN GOVERNMENT BRIEFS INDIAN MEDIA ABOUT DANGERS OF TURKISH INVASION.
Bc Indian journos are such big chewtiyas. The press conference was about the situation in Syria, who the f*@k asked him about Kashmir? What was the need to ask the Syrians about Kashmir and how should we deal with the Porkis. A complete purge of the arts syllabus in India is needed to ensure that the newer generation of journalists doesn’t end up like the current mofos.
 

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Bc Indian journos are such big chewtiyas. The press conference was about the situation in Syria, who the f*@k asked him about Kashmir? What was the need to ask the Syrians about Kashmir and how should we deal with the Porkis. A complete purge of the arts syllabus in India is needed to ensure that the newer generation of journalists doesn’t end up like the current mofos.
Never going to happen, journos will always be in the grip of stupid delusions until and unless the academia is stripped off marxism.
 

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Kurdistan, Cyprus, Greece and Armenia all have to be courted fervently by India.
Erdogan needs to be taught a lesson.
Turks have been fucking with us wrt pakistan for some time now, they are so bloody far apart & are getting nothing out of pakis and their failed state yet their corrupt ideology denies the Turks the common sense.
Its high time GOI introduced resolution in Lok Sabha recognising massacre of Armenians by Ottoman Turkey as Genocide .Second resolution to support the right of self-determination by Kurds of West Asia for an independent
Kurdistan.Lastly please rename Kemal Attaturk Marg in Delhi - legacy of Chutiya Chacha - Erdogan's worst nightmare.I wonder if the folks at MEA have the guts to pull off this one!! If we take it lying down there will be many other Erdogans shooting their mouths off.
 

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Its high time GOI introduced resolution in Lok Sabha recognising massacre of Armenians by Ottoman Turkey as Genocide .Second resolution to support the right of self-determination by Kurds of West Asia for an independent
Kurdistan.Lastly please rename Kemal Attaturk Marg in Delhi - legacy of Chutiya Chacha - Erdogan's worst nightmare.I wonder if the folks at MEA have the guts to pull off this one!! If we take it lying down there will be many other Erdogans shooting their mouths off.
Renaming Kemal Attaturk Marg should be done immediately.
 

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Renaming Kemal Attaturk Marg should be done immediately.
This will close all the diplomatic channels with turkey. The magic of democracy is in the changing of leadership. Kemalist are one of the most hardcore anti-Islamist out there. They were the ones who banned wearing of hijab inside the government building.
Kemalist lost the election as they made the same mistake that all leftist elites around the world do. They did corruption and ignored the rural population of turkey and rest is history.
Lets be realistic and realise that all this does not mean that kemalist will not come to power again. So instead of going hostile against kemalist we should actually support them monetarily and ideologically.
 

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This will close all the diplomatic channels with turkey. The magic of democracy is in the changing of leadership. Kemalist are one of the most hardcore anti-Islamist out there. They were the ones who banned wearing of hijab inside the government building.
Kemalist lost the election as they made the same mistake that all leftist elites around the world do. They did corruption and ignored the rural population of turkey and rest is history.
Lets be realistic and realise that all this does not mean that kemalist will not come to power again. So instead of going hostile against kemalist we should actually support them monetarily and ideologically.
Good point.True.Kemalists are anti-Islamists.Until they were in power Turkey had friendly relations with India,Israel etc.Erdogan is an Islamist.Perhaps we should leave Attaturk Marg alone .Recognising Armenian genocide would be a good start.
 

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Bc Indian journos are such big chewtiyas. The press conference was about the situation in Syria, who the f*@k asked him about Kashmir? What was the need to ask the Syrians about Kashmir and how should we deal with the Porkis. A complete purge of the arts syllabus in India is needed to ensure that the newer generation of journalists doesn’t end up like the current mofos.

Who becomes journo ?

Girls who are pretty and outgoing type. Generally arts major.

Guys who are at the bottom of their class.

Now what can be expected from them ?
 

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The New Wannabe Caliphate of Turkey told to practice what he preaches by India

For quite some time, Turkey has been plagued by an Islamist who is devouring Turkey's image of an ideal secular muslim state within and beyond its territorial boundaries. Once again, Erdogan using Kashmir (an internal matter of the natives of subcontinent) for his political career with no understanding of what India-Pakistan issue is. India, being careful to avoid any confrontation in the mutual interest of the two states has avoided responding to the regressive head of Turkish state so far; has responded and mirrored the Turk to look into its own before preaching others.
 

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On Monday, the UN Human Rights Council began its 46th session. The foreign ministers of each country took turns to speak -- Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar spoke about terrorism, the pandemic and vaccines, the US Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke about democracy, peace and stability, and the Turkish foreign minister decided to score a self-goal -- he spoke about Kashmir.

Mevlut Chavu-Shoglu tried to target India over the Kashmir issue. He claimed New Delhi was trampling on the rights of Kashmiris. But he made no mention of Pakistan's state-sponsored terrorism in the region.

India decided to hit back. Seema Pujani, India's second secretary at the United Nations reminded Turkey of the UNSC resolution on Cyprus.

Turkey has occupied northern Cyprus since 1974. In 1984, the UNSC passed a resolution on transferring the area to United Nations administration.

But despite repeated calls, the Turkish occupation continues. So India decided to raise the issue.

The statement said, "As regards the remarks made by turkey, we find them completely unacceptable. It is ironical for a country which has trampled upon its own civil society to pass unjustified comments on other's internal matters.

"As far as the subject of un resolutions is concerned, we would advise turkey to practice what it preaches by first implementing those un resolutions that apply to it."

This is not the first time Turkey has tried to target India over Kashmir. In 2017, Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdpgan travelled to India.

Even then also, he sought Turkey's role in the Kashmir conflict, and tried to intervene in a bilateral issue -- by suggesting a multi-lateral dialogue.

Two years later, Erdogan spoke at the UN General Assembly, and said that 8 million people are stuck in Kashmir.

He accused india of human rights violations; then in February, 2020, Erdogan travelled to Islamabad. There, he addressed a joint session of Pakistan's parliament, and tried justifying Islamabad's cross border-terrorism in Kashmir.

 

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Turkey to help build naval vessels at Vizag shipyard

The project, estimated to cost between $1.5 billion and $2 billion, will involve transfer of technology from Anadolu Shipyard, part of the TAIS consortium of Turkey, with which HSL signed an agreement for technical collaboration last year.


The agreement with the Turkish consortium will kick in after HSL gets an order from the Indian Navy. If all goes well, that could happen by October 2021. Several Indian vendors will also be involved in the project,” said one of the people cited above, requesting anonymity. (Representative Image )

Visakhapatnam-based Hindustan Shipyard Limited (HSL) is expecting an order from the Indian Navy by the year-end for building five mammoth naval support vessels with transfer of technology from a Turkish shipbuilding firm, people familiar with the development said on Monday.

HSL is expected to deliver the first fleet support vessel (FSV) to the navy within four years of the go-ahead, with the other ships to be delivered at the rate of one every 10 months to 12 months. The vessels will be 230 metres long and have a displacement of 45,000 tonnes. FSVs carry fuel and other supplies for warships.

“The agreement with the Turkish consortium will kick in after HSL gets an order from the Indian Navy. If all goes well, that could happen by October 2021. Several Indian vendors will also be involved in the project,” said one of the people cited above, requesting anonymity.

Unlike other projects of this type, which usually witness at least one of the vessels being constructed in the country providing the technology, the Turkish side has decided to go ahead with transfer of technology from the initial stages and back the Make in India initiative by constructing all five vessels at HSL, said a second person, who too declined to be named.

Turkey’s shipyards are fully booked for a long time and there is nothing to lose by transferring technology and having all the vessels built in India. Turkish engineers will come to India to assist with the project,” the second person said.

Maritime affairs expert Rear Admiral (retired) Sudarshan Shrikhande said: “There is a need for the navy to have fleet support ships. While HSL may have a sort of a collaborative arrangement for transfer of technology and building these in Visakhapatnam, one is not aware if a contract may be in the offing or whether discussions are continuing.”

TAIS, which is a member of Turkey’s largest industrial group, and HSL concluded an agreement for cooperation in the first quarter of last year, after the issue had been under a cloud for some time because of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s criticism of the Indian government’s decision to scrap Jammu and Kashmir’s special status in 2019. Questions were raised in some quarters because of the strong defence ties between Turkey and Pakistan.

Sameer Patil, fellow for international security studies at Gateway House, said, “Turkey under President Erdogan has focused on building commercial relations with all countries. This pragmatism is being seen in this effort to collaborate with India despite the proximity with Pakistan. India wants to build its naval capabilities and Turkey has a defence industry that is very advanced.”

 

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not the first time Turkey has tried to target India over Kashmir. In 2017, Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdpgan travelled to India.

Even then also, he sought Turkey's role in the Kashmir conflict, and tried to intervene in a bilateral issue -- by suggesting a multi-lateral dialogue.

I like that we responded a bit better for the first time but I think we need a better approach to deal with it. If Turkey want to meddle or help in our matter which is indeed a human matter, India should agree and expand the subject to involve all issue of Human Rights in all of Pakistan-India-Turkey where they can't use Kashmir for political mileage. Either Turkey would back out or they would support. If they do support, we can address Kurdish and Cyprus issue at the same time and raise our international standing as world power while fixing Turkish Islamism. It's also necessary because there is much scope for cooperation between India-Turkey and we can't alienate Turkey or the people over its stupid political administration.

There is decent scope for progress in military tech with Turkish support. They could be our reliable partners.

Avoiding the issue will keep us into game of being a regional power, we must figure out and use every opportunity to turn India into a respectable international arbitrator.

We must also offer help to CCP, (when they take the issue of our matter not just Kashmir but any) on Tibet, Xinxiang, HongKong, Mongolia, Taiwan and all those dissenting against Chinese oppression in the mainland China. That will keep them in check. If we are offered help from outsiders, we should accept the help with counter-offer reciprocating the gesture. We can get Turkey and China on our side. Should be easier with Turkey though. And a little behind the scene dialogue support to Turkey on Uighur issue will bring them closer to us. Even Pakistanis, especially the Islamists among them who would fail to support Uighurs openly because of military but they do deeply sympathise with them. Use their cards against themselves and reap the benefits. Gotta do a little change in our policy of asking others to not speak on our matters. If we want cooperation, we have to change this policy to our benefit.
 

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