Sunday, November 4, 2007

As if!!! 100,00 Turks vs 3,000 PKK

Kurds Vow To Teach Turkey 'Unforgettable Lesson'

Like everything these days, the sums simply don't add up. Unless you own an oil company.It's funny how history repeats itself.

Posted by stevie dee @ 12:52 PM (662 views)
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4 thoughts on “As if!!! 100,00 Turks vs 3,000 PKK

  • Kind of off subject ……. but organised, determined, well armed and competently led groups have overcome similar odds – i.e. Rorke’s Drift.

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  • Nope … still can’t see the link between UK house prices and these events.

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  • planning4acrash says:

    Yea Paul, very tenuous link, the only relevant one is that the Turk/Kurd issue is one of a plethora of geopolitical questions that are reinforcing oil supply concerns, supporting the higher oil price, eventually leading to inflation, higher interest rates and lower house prices. BUT, it would be a shame if every geopolitical news story was posted here. Best to post only if the story explicity explains a significant daily increase in prices and this specific issue has been discussed already in general oil threads, posted during a weekend when oil is not traded.

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  • point taken.. apologies.. planning 4 a crash,

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