East Mediterranean: War of Underground Resources


_FARAH_

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We will simply shot any countries that try to unilaterally use the underground resources of Mediterranean. We dont care whether or not its in the territorial waters of which country. Its on the World and we as Earthlings have right to benefit from it.


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[video=youtube;hb74s8JgqJ0]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hb74s8JgqJ0[/video]
 

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Well a country has a right to the resources in its territorial waters including in the Aegean sea. So deal with it.
 

_FARAH_

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Well a country has a right to the resources in its territorial waters including in the Aegean sea. So deal with it.
First its not their territorial waters according to international agreements, second even if it was their territorial water we wont allow them to use alone a common research of humanity.


Dont you understand ? Non-Muslims have to live under Muslim rule. You will understand that when we get more stronger :laugh: do you think that we are kidding ? or do you think that these wars were happening in ancient times and it wont happen anymore ?
 

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First its not their territorial waters according to international agreements, second even if it was their territorial water we wont allow them to use alone a common research of humanity.


Dont you understand ? Non-Muslims have to live under Muslim rule. You will understand that when we get more stronger :laugh: do you think that we are kidding ? or do you think that these wars were happening in ancient times and it wont happen anymore ?
International law must decide.
 

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International law must decide.
International law says Turkiye and Greece should meet and make an friendly agreement. Turkiye offers to use resources together because these resources stay in Greece water in some points and Turkish waters in some other points. Greeks reject a common use and they claim it only belongs to them. Western countries (US-France-Britain-Italy) supports Greece to steal it and we say we wont allow such a theft.
 

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First its not their territorial waters according to international agreements, second even if it was their territorial water we wont allow them to use alone a common research of humanity.


Dont you understand ? Non-Muslims have to live under Muslim rule. You will understand that when we get more stronger :laugh: do you think that we are kidding ? or do you think that these wars were happening in ancient times and it wont happen anymore ?

Poor Farah.

In the unlikely event of an Ottoman triumph leading to a universal Muslim regime, your role and that of women in general would be limited to squeezing out babies, servicing your husband's sexual needs and keeping the house clean.

All this political stuff would be haram for you.

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Poor Farah.

In the unlikely event of an Ottoman triumph leading to a universal Muslim regime, your role and that of women in general would be limited to squeezing out babies, servicing your husband's sexual needs and keeping the house clean.

All this political stuff would be haram for you.

A Westerner where %90 of females are sexually abused or raped at least once in their life is giving others humanity lesson as usual , you will live under our rule as in the old days hehheh :laugh:
 

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A Westerner where %90 of females are sexually abused or raped at least once in their life is giving others humanity lesson as usual , you will live under our rule as in the old days hehheh :laugh:

Whatever happens it won't be you doing the ruling. Squeezing, think squeezing...
 

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The Battle of Navarino was a naval battle fought on 20 October 1827, during the Greek War of Independence (1821–32), in Navarino Bay (modern Pylos), on the west coast of the Peloponnese peninsula, in the Ionian Sea. Allied forces from Britain, France, and Russia decisively defeated Ottoman and Egyptian forces trying to suppress the Greek war of independence, thereby making much more likely the independence of Greece.
 

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The Battle of Navarino was a naval battle fought on 20 October 1827, during the Greek War of Independence (1821–32), in Navarino Bay (modern Pylos), on the west coast of the Peloponnese peninsula, in the Ionian Sea. Allied forces from Britain, France, and Russia decisively defeated Ottoman and Egyptian forces trying to suppress the Greek war of independence, thereby making much more likely the independence of Greece.
A disgraceful attempt to weaken the Ottoman Empire.

Caliph Erdogan will probably soon begin the reversal of this temporary setback by renting a holiday home on Kos..

I'd say so anyway.
 

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It seems to be one of the casus belli (causes of war) of the future!
: U.S. And Japan Plan Military Response To Chinese Incursions Of Disputed Islands | Zero Hedge
The Senkaku Islands. I've never heard of them before. And the three claimants: Japan, Taiwan and China all have different names for them. They are uninhabited and isolated out in the middle of the South China Sea. But they might --- might have oil, gas, minerals near them.
Not one to send a thread off on a tangent. I think that there's plenty of attention time due to Turkey, Cyprus and Greece as there are so many damn islands off the Turkish coast -- mostly (up till this) under Greek sovereignty, some very near the Turkish coast and some uninhabited (but cliaimed by Greece -- and Turkey). The fun is only starting. Wait till they find oil/gas in commercial quantities.
It could be -- it's very likely that a commercial find turns out to be the biggest disaster that ever befalls them.
Great for the amraments industry though.
 

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The real benefit to claiming an island is that you get to control the resources of the sea and of the sea bed around the island. Normally territorial exclusive limits are 12 miles out from the coast.
That's why the Chinese have been busy building artificial islands at strategic locations throughout the south China Sea.
If you have a whole string of them, you can claim to own the whole sea.
Until the US sends its warships through, of course. Then things can turn nasty.
 

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Turkish Navy is going to make "The Blue Homeland" war training in Mediterrenean Sea - Egean Sea - Black Sea at the same time.
 

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When is the last time the Turkish navy actually won a battle? Wasn't Lepanto in the 16th century, that's for sure. It was basically impounded in 1918 as far as I am aware. It operated a large battleship which came off the slips around 1920 and was still in service up to 1950.
 

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With just over 48,000 members of the Turkish Navy it comes across as more of a government employment scheme than anything else.

Turkey won't be going 'bang' while it is essentially serving as a NATO airbase in the region I'd say.
 

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Turkiye's seismic research vessel The Barbarossa published a new navtex that marks the areas where its going to search for underground resources in January 13-17.

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When is the last time the Turkish navy actually won a battle? Wasn't Lepanto in the 16th century, that's for sure. It was basically impounded in 1918 as far as I am aware. It operated a large battleship which came off the slips around 1920 and was still in service up to 1950.
Lumpy, you’re being very unfair to the Turks, they won several naval engagements during WW1, although mostly against the 2nd rate Russian Black Sea Fleet.

The battleship you refer to was in fact the powerful german battlecruiser originally named SMS Goeben. It was launched in 1911 and on the outbreak of war it was in the Mediterranean. Pursued by British and French task forces it made its way to Constantinople we’re it was transferred to the Turkish navy and renamed Yavûz Sultân Selîm. However, for the duration of the war it remained under the command of a german admiral and at least initially by it’s original german crew.

Below the Yavûz after being beached after hitting a mine. Battle of Imbros 1918, two British ships sunk.....would have been a clear Turkish victory if they hadn’t hit mines during their post battle withdrawal.

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Another Turkish drilling ship is going to start drillings in the southern Mediterranean.
 
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