Turkey has a NATO Nuke Problem

So as spectacular as the Turkish coup and all of its myriad internal and geopolitical ramifications no doubt are, one of the most hair-raising stories coming out of post-coup Turkey has centered on Incirlik. On July 16th, as the coup plotters lost control of the event, power was cut to Incirlik.Shortly thereafter the base’s commander, General Bekir Ercan Van, was arrested in the post-coup purge.

by James Corbett,The International Forecaster: 

The dust has yet to fully settle on last week’s failed coup attempt in Turkey. Accusation has followed counter-accusation, but in the minefield of blatantly biased media and agenda-driven anonymous reports sourcing unnamed officials there is so much confusion that only those involved in the plot know for sure what really happened (or maybe not!).

Nevertheless, some things we can say with a degree of certainty. For one, it seems that the real winner…

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One thought on “Turkey has a NATO Nuke Problem

  1. I’ve long posted that NATO is past its sell by date and an unnecessary cost in these days of austerity, in fact NATO is little more than a military arm of the U.S. covert CIA and has drawn NATO into war on many occasions but lately using NATO as the fall guys for WWIII but make no mistake it’ll be Europe that is left resembling Gaza, Baghdad and Tripoli. Times have changed and if the AA want to lob WMDs at Russia and China then let the Anglo Alliance do so but leave the EU out if it and that goes for Poland too if they want war with Russia put up or shut up and before they do know they’ll be out of the EU community for good along with the British.


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