A Strong Alliance

This is the beginning of WW3 as I predicted it already last year. And it’s in total alignment with the predictions of Nostradamus.

The Turkey-Russia alliance will be iron-strong and when China backs it up, America is toasted!

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In this article from The Japan News, it is said very clearly:

The easing of tensions between the two nations can be a positive move conducive to preventing the regional situation from becoming complicated. What is worrying is that the rapid formation of a closer relationship between the two countries noticeably points to their ulterior motive of restraining the United States and European nations.

Behold, this is not popular knowledge, as most people still believe that Turkey is backed by the US. Superseded! The US top level has given clear signals that it no longer backs ‘islamistic’ Turkey, a country that runs at high speed against democracy, by practicing torture large-scale and now at the brink of re-instituting the death penalty.

The claims of Turkey they were not intending to build a new ‘axis’ through their alliance with Russia are just eye-wiping. It is typical for states to deny what they most intend to do, especially in the beginning stages of a new pact.

That also has drastic consequences in Europe, in the sense that Turkey has disqualified itself to become EU member. The door is closed now because EU law is punitive toward these two factors—torture and death penalty—because they are anti-human rights.

I said earlier in this blog that Angela Merkel has sold out Europe by making the contract with Turkey regarding refugee reflow. I predicted that it won’t work out, and it doesn’t—apart from that, it’s against human rights regulations according to Amnesty International.

Relationships between Turkey and Germany have deteriorated ever since and are right now at a breaking point. Turkey’s top team has repeatedly slammed Germany and Angela Merkel over the last weeks. Fact is that the EU will not grant Turkey the Schengen access (free visa travel), and the numbers of Turkish refugees to Germany have doubled just recently. Germany will thus remain the one single nation on earth that gives a refuge to the Kurds, and this role will be increasingly important.

Erdogan will be backed by Putin in his ethnic cleansing strategies—which is the same what Putin does with the Tchechen—and his cementing his family clan into a strong leadership that will be dictatorial in every respect.

Turkey has a very strong and well-trained military—so has Russia! Even if China doesn’t back or join, the alliance between Turkey and Russia as a ‘defense strategy’ is a red flag that cannot be ignored!

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  1. You have prdecited all my friend, I agree with you,this alliance is really frightening and dangerous to the world peace, but economically ,I think that both nations needs each other, I read in some articles that both Turkey and Russia need economic cooperation on tourism, exports and imports and energy especially Turkey I think it’s an opportunistic convergence my friend…Both Russia and Turkey are seeking to restore relations for gaining political, economic and strategic considerations.

    “Tourist charter flights to Turkey stopped, Russian visitor numbers fell by 87 percent. Turkey’s exports to Russia, including food, fell by more than half to $730m in the first six months of this year.”

    http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2016/08/erdogan-travels-russia-reset-relations-160809032238975.html

    Russia is one of Turkey’s most important export markets, and a key supplier of energy. The normalization of ties clears the way for progress on major energy infrastructure projects — such as Turkey’s first nuclear power plant, to be built with Russian involvement, and a major natural gas pipeline from southern Russia to Turkey.

    http://edition.cnn.com/2016/08/09/world/turkey-russia-erdogan-putin-meeting/

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