Attack on Police Station Leaves Two Turkish Officers, Two PKK Militants Dead
An armed attack on a police station in the southern Turkish province of Adana left two police officers and two Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) militants dead.
Around eight PKK militants armed with long-barreled guns attacked the police station in the town of Pozanti early on Friday.
This resulted in an armed conflict as police officers responded to the fire, Hurriyet Daily informs.
The murdered police officers were identified as Isa Ipek and Serdar Kazar.
Two of the PKK militants were killed as they reportedly entered the building.
Adana Governor Mustafa Buyuk said that the killed militants had previously been sought for being members of the banned organisation.
Two Kalashnikov rifles, one gun, four hand grenades and a bomb set-up were seized from the bodies of the dead militants.
As the remaining militants fled the scene, security forces have launched a wide-scale operation in the region to uncover them.
This has been the latest in a series of attacks against Turkish security forces launched by militants, which have resulted in the death of several policemen and military officers.
There has been a surge in violence after the suicide attack in the southeastern town of Suruc on July 20, which claimed the lives of 32 people and left hundreds injured.
In response, Turkey has launched a series of airstrikes against suspected Islamic State (IS) and PKK targets across the border in Syria and northern Iraq.
Parallel to the aerial campaign, Turkish police has carried out massive raids on suspected militants, which has resulted in the arrest of more than 1300 people across the country.
"Maybe this Thai bomb attack too has something to do with my telepathy. After all, I had been calling for Kurdish bomb attacks on Turkish tourism ever since the renewal of Turkey's Kurdish GENOCIDE (at least twice)"
20th of July 2015, Suruc attac
On the 25th of July the Turks attacked the genocidables (that is: the Kurds) for the "1st time" since some time (actually for the 2nd if Suruc attack is counted in)
That's only 2 day before the Kurdish pipeline attack in quite a while but that doesn't change the fact that only a very short while after I had suggested them this direction of action did they actually attack a pipeline on Turkish soil.
neither does it change what happened in 2010, also a very short period of time after I had recommended them such a counterstrike method
The message was "destroy Turkish economy", doesn't really matter whether tourism sector or its feeding with oil/gas (in case of a pipeline that goes into Turkey and also exits Turkey feeding a 3rd-party country (or countries): Turkey's and other country/countries feeding with oil/gas or -- in case of cold weather -- freeze them dead).
That's was my thought and it got through ;-)
"Add to these 3 the attack from the 25th August of 2010. I had called either for tourism sector or pipeline attacks (can't remember exactly) either on the 23th or on the 24th of August of 2010 (as far as I remember on the 24th)."
I guess my hope from the 26th of July got accomplished. In no way because of telepathy but because either:
1. Influential Kurdish "terrorists" are reading articles on this site (yeah right)
2. Coincidence, the Kurdish insurgency had already re-started (even though for just a very few days) and it was only a question of time until an attack of theirs on a Turkey-located pipeline occurred (YEAH RIGHT)
Add to these 3 the attack from the 25th August of 2010. I had called either for tourism sector or pipeline attacks (can't remember exactly) either on the 23th or on the 24th of August of 2010 (as far as I remember on the 24th).
Chronology (I prefer this word over "timeline" since it's both Greek and bookish) of Kurdish attacks on Turkish pipelines and my telepathy intervention into them:
GrueFski - 26 Jul 2015 // 18:00:10
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I hope the Kurds will attack Turkish tourism resorts and oil/gas pipelines running through Turkey
Kurdish response (only 1 day later, on the 27th of July):
GrueFski - 28 Jul 2015 // 19:36:04
Topic: Turkey-Iran Pipeline Blast Halts Gas Supplies
Eagerly awaiting attacks on tourist sites too, not only on pipelines even though frequent enough bomb attacks on international oil/gas pipelines running through Turkey will dissuade both Russia and the West from building any future pipelines through Turkey. This could prove very useful for Russia since their and the Turks' "Turkish Stream" will probably be killed by the EU, just like "South Stream". No more Azeri, Turkmeni oil/gas for the EU then.
2 Kurdish responses (the 1st one on the 28th of July, the 2nd one on the 29th of July -- or maybe the one from 28th of July together with the one from 27th of July were both telepathic "replies" to my first call/proposal, the one from 26th of July? - not that is really relevant):
GrueFski - 31 Jul 2015 // 15:34:45
Topic: Attack on Police Station Leaves Two Turkish Officers, Two PKK Militants Dead
How about focusing on oil/gas pipelines (that aren't generally guarded) or on tourism sites/towns???
Kurdish response or responses - one in Iraq on the 31st of July (but I was only calling for attacks on pipeline sections located on Turkish territory so I don't think this is a response) and one in Turkey on the 1st of August (they wanted to kill some Turkish policemen guarding a pipeline so that they could then blow it up)
Add to it the fact that the first Kurdish attack on Turkish-soil pipelines in a while, since the renewal of the Turkish attempts at another genocide (the Kurdish one this time) only happened after I had posted my first telepathic and also posted-on-this-forum call (I named it proposal back then) for such attacks, on the 26th of July (the attacked happened a day later, on the 27th of July). Quite a few days had passed since the 22th of July when the Kurds decided to strike back and defend themselves without any pipeline attack of theirs, but, "coincidence"!!!, 1 day after I had suggested them (telepathically) this sort of attack, they carried out their first one.
"Returning" mosques to the Turkish ethnic community/groop (there are no ethnic minorities in Bg) in Bulgaria under the pretext that it had been theirs and it has been illegally confiscated by Bulgarian authorities is a moronic thing to do. The entire Bulgaria was Turkish, the entire territory of the Ottoman Empire was property of the Sultan that either kept it for itself or temorarily gave it to Muslim clergymen and religious institutions, Turkish war heros/war leaders, ordinary Muslims, Christians and J ews (Christians and J ews were both considered Christians by the Turks) (in exchange for their taxes) and so on. Why not "return" the entire Bulgaria to Turkey then???
Since there are no ethnic minorities in Bg there is no need for a Turkish state-run region radio station in Kyrdzali/Kyrjali/Kyrdjali/Kyrdzhali/Karjali/Kardjali/Kardzhali/Kurjali/Kurdjali/Kurdzhali.
True, there are ethnic groops or communities but not minorities. Even in some countries that do recognize their ethnic minorities the latter have very few or no ethnic rights. Bulgaria however (just like France and Greece) doesn't recognize the existence of ethnic minorities on its soil.