Kurds teach new Ottomans lesson in the north, will African countries move? -1

The extent of the involvement of the Turkish government in the events of bloody wars and internal conflicts in the countries of the Middle East and Africa has become known to each and every one. This is in support of the extremists and their political organizations in order to expand their influence and access to power, or to sell their weapons and strengthen their economy. The latter managed to close the largest doors to the new Ottoman, which is publicly announced by Erdogan.

 The question that poses itself here is: will countries like Egypt and Saudi Arabia especially move in Africa and its coasts, where the Ottoman influence and rising power have without rival there?

During the last eight years since the outbreak of the revolutions of the Peoples' Spring starting in Tunisia in 2010 to reach Syria, the people in these countries have lofty goals in achieving dignity and freedom and overthrowing the existing dictatorships, but the weakness of organization and planning elements of the future of the popular revolution, adding the Muslim Brotherhood and other extremist groups' exploitation and taking advantage of the opportunity they had pre-paved in Istanbul with Turkish-Qatari support at all levels, so that the new Ottoman through them can penetrate and expand the influence in many of these countries to Africa.

The Kurds burned the National Pact through its tools of Daesh, Jabhet al-Nusra and the national Crowd

The most prominent public projects the AKP aimed at since coming to power in 2002 is the lifting of the Ottoman maps and the declaration of their quest to achieve the map of the National Pact in Syria and Iraq, playing on the religious and historical track, and this was confirmed by Ahmed Davutoglu then in a post-election speech, as well as to praise the role of their ancestors in reaching and then occupying Africa.

Then the relationship between this party and the extremist Muslim Brotherhood organization strengthened. The latter held its conferences and gathered its leaders from the countries of the world in Istanbul to take them later as a major center for their work and their trips to other countries. Erdogan exploited the crisis between this group and the Arab countries in his favor and dealt with extremist armed organizations where their interests interconnected to serve as walis and sultans in the service of the Great Sultan within the entire region.

The period of control of these mercenary groups for two thirds of Iraq and Syria at the end of 2015 has been the peak of the power of the Turkish state and its ruling party economically, militarily and politically, as well as its beating of the Kurdish people with all its barbarity, and gaining pressure on the governments of the region or the rebellious peoples to resist these extremist groups, as deals for his political and expansionist endeavors.

Erdogan's policy in Syria and Iraq was to support terrorism as his agents for four main points: to hit and annihilate the Kurds, strengthen his economy, expand his influence in the region according to his strategic plans to implement the National Pact, and make himself part of the power of these two countries through the political aspects of these extremist groups.

At the field level, the main controller of the areas under Daesh, Jabhet al-Nusra and other extremist groups in Syria and Iraq was the Turkish state, with its support at all levels, and the defense of the presence of these groups politically in international forums, whether in Astana or Geneva openly for some of them (The terrorist Turkestan party and Daesh), in order to legitimize their presence in form and shape, or to make it a guardian and agent to protect those areas in the event of the great powers to fight them.

Economically, more than 1,131 Syrian companies opened in Istanbul alone. However, southern cities such as Gaziantep, Hatay and Ceylan Binar which have been transformed into another Aleppo after its factories were stolen as well as ammunition factories which have been sabotaged as well, thus they were into Turkish territory. Besides, the Syrian manpower has been pushed to serve the Turkish economy, so the Syrian companies' number rose to 209 companies in Mersin and 207 Syrian companies with large Syrian capital, and the most important in the context of the events and crises that hit these countries and Turkey taking advantage of it, is to reach a maximum in the sale of weapons to reach only $ 7 billion from 2011 to 2016. Moreover, Turkey stole oil and antiquities in Syria and Iraq while providing arms, money and logistical support to Daesh, Jabhet al-Nusra and the other extremist groups operating under its command. Turkey was the main consumer of oil, with $ 2 billion revenues annually, which the Russian Deputy Defense Minister confirmed involvement of leaders of Turkey, headed by Erdogan and members of his family in these robberies and trade.

During the eight years the war was fierce between the Kurds defending their revolution, existence and the unity of Syria, on the one hand and the Turkish state and its terrorist mercenaries in Syria on the other hand, so that the Kurds and those who held alliance with them could destroy the Turkish plan along the line from Aleppo to Kirkuk through al-Raqqa and Mosul, having tried over and over again through their groups and remnants in Syria and Iraq to implement it, where a ferocious war took place from 2012 in Serê Kaniyê to the beginning of 2019 in al-Baghouz, this victory impacted the Turkish interior getting Turkey involved into the swamp of Syria, and hitting it at the level of domestic politics and foreign economy and society, which was directed by the Kurds in the Turkish elections and who expelled Erdogan's party from the municipalities of the most important Kurdish cities and eventually inflicted a major defeat in Ankara, Istanbul and Izmir in their alliance with the secular opposition.

With these victories, the Kurds managed to close the biggest gate to the new Ottoman empire and to inflict countless defeats at home and abroad at all levels after the AKP consumed a lot of political, military and economic cards to hit the Kurds, leading to bankruptcy while it aimed at achieving its dreams in northern Syria and Iraq.

Tomorrow: Ottomans' plague reach Africa, will countries expel it to curb global terrorism?

J.O

ANHA 


Other news