Buffzone, should we do it?

Discussion in 'Turkish Defence Forum' started by atatwolf, Oct 6, 2012.

  1. Yes

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  1. atatwolf

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    Poll only for Turks.
     
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    Of phucking course! We should do everything in our power to secure our borderline.
     
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    If it is that easy, why is it not there?
     
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    We should fire every assets of Syrian Army which closer to Turkish border. This will lead to de facto bufferzone. There is no need to passing borderline.
     
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    Phucking politics...

    @AKINCI Logic speaks bro :tup: shoot em up.
     
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    We cannot do that before declaring war.

    What do you mean? Can you be more specific? I don't think politics is the main factor of stopping us.
     
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    Politics was always the main factor stopping us. If the morons in the parliament could decide WTF to do the Army could take care of it. Happens all the time.
     
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    Sooner the better. It will become a humanitarian requirement.
     
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    Already we are bombing Syria without declare war. At the start of conflict Syrian tanks could be seen from Turkish border, if i were, i would have hit them with anti tank missiles. It's dramatic but all middle east is waiting American elections, after that everything will be clear.
     
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    We are bombing them as retaliation, after they attacked us. The rules of war permits this. If you get attacked, you have to right to strike back.

    Declaring war is something different. When we do that, we don't have to wait until they strike us but we can take initiative. The situation now is that we haven't declared war, so according to the rules of war we can't go on their territory and do stuff as you say.
     
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    Yeah they can bomb our territory and kill our citizens but we can only do retaliation. How kind of howitzer do hit a few kilometers away from target? It's obivous that they directly bomb our territories. Just give Kornet-Es to FSA soldiers then watch the movie.
     
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    WTF? War already?! Where are the russians?
     
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    sleeping at home

    goodbye chinese
     
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    That i don't agree. No matter how despicable asad rule is, we shouldn't try to arm FSA. They are an undisciplined, uncontrollable force. Pretty much like stray dogs. There's no telling if they won't come back and bite the hand that fed them. We saw this in Libya how rebellious scum killed American ambassador. If we have a problem with Asad we must deal with it ourselves. Burn the whole phucking country if we need to.

    As the great American philosopher Nas once said: "War brings pain, but war's necessary."
     
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    I just don't understand why Turks love war... especially unjustified wars , who the heck calls for burning the a whole nation ... what you think this is a video game??... you sound like you live in a cave..... you sound worse then Bin Laden...