Turkey protecting its national interests in Libya unnerves pro-West circles - TAMER KORKMAZ

Turkey protecting its national interests in Libya unnerves pro-West circles

The pro-West circle in Turkey was constantly asking, “What are we doing in Syria?” It is now asking, “What are we doing in Libya?”

These co-conspirators of the West are extremely disturbed by Turkey’s deal with Libya, and our likelihood of “deploying troops.”

Every right decision, every step taken in accordance with Turkey’s national interests disturbs every one of them.


The U.S., to which the pro-West circle in our midst is “devoted,” is continuing its treacheries aimed at Turkey.

The draft that projects sanctions on Turkey due to the S-400s was accepted in the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, which was followed by the Senate’s approval of the draft concerning their baseless claims related to the Armenian events in 1915.

We are talking about the U.S., our vicious enemy, which our politicians – unfortunately – continue to identify as a “friend, ally, and strategic partner.”


What is Turkey going to do in response to this hostile attitude displayed by the U.S.?

Ankara must not suffice with a few reactional declarations alone.

Otherwise, this and other such treacherous attacks will be increasingly ongoing.


The current question being asked is: “Will the İncirlik and Kürecik NATO military bases be shut down?”

Turkey should have done this ages ago.

Ankara must act without any further delay and play its cards at once.

For example, the İncirlik base aided and abetted the coup attempt on July 15, 2016.

The serial communications between the treacherous Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETÖ) members and the Americans at the İncirlik base have also been documented.


The U.S. wanted to invade Turkey on July 15 through FETÖ.

This fact cannot be shadowed by anybody in any way whatsoever. Yet we see those intending to do so.

Certain political statements have been made ever since July 15, 2016, along the lines of, “We do not believe the U.S. is behind the coup attempt.”

Such statements are nothing other than efforts aimed at keeping the lid on solid facts. As a matter of fact, they also prevent Ankara from revealing its serious trumps against these bandits in Washington.


Let us remember that the front asking “What Turkey is doing in Syria or Libya” specifically remained indifferent to the fact that the U.S. was behind FETÖ’s July 15 coup attempt.

This is another critical point.

For example, main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, who acts as the “Voice of America,” described July 15 as a “controlled coup.”

Similarly, he labeled July 20 as a coup – in reference to the statutory decrees passed – rather than July 15. He is the head of the main opposition party in Turkey.

He did not say a single word against the CIA, the U.S. and NATO in relation to FETÖ’s July 15 coup attempt. He is still unable to do so.


There is also the CHP’s “sister party”: the pro-Kurdistan Workers’ Party’s (PKK) political wing, the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP).

The HDP-PKK is the only party that refrained from supporting Parliament’s approval of the deal with Libya, thus, pleasing Greece.


The Grand National Assembly of Turkey took a decision to put forth “joint reaction” to condemn the U.S. Senate, which described the 1915 events as a “genocide.” Yet, the HDP-PKK carefully excluded itself from this by voting “nay.” They thus pleased both the senators of the U.S. and Armenia.

So, what?

Though they are in Parliament, they are not, cannot be, and do not want to be a party of our country.


Both the PKK terrorist organization and its political wing, the HDP, are devoted to the American state with their entire being.

They receive their orders and instructions from Washington.

They represent the political interests of the U.S., the engineer of terrorism.


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