drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,

And the quid pro quo is....

Yes Boys AND girlPerKins:
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki says his country is shutting down the offices of the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK, and will not allow the group to operate in Iraq.

In a statement, Mr. Maliki said the group is a terrorist organization. He said Baghdad will do everything it can to halt the PKK's activities which are threatening Iraq and Turkey.
Babacan said Turkey prefers to deal with the PKK through diplomatic measures. He rejected a truce offer from the rebels, saying cease-fires are possible between states but not with terrorist organizations.

[ cf Iraq to Close Offices of PKK, Stop Group From Operating in Iraq ( emphasis mine) ]
See How Quickly WE CRUSHED those terrorist cells!!!

Ok, so we can kiss the hope of the Turkish admitting that the GENOCIDE of Armenians was, well, Genocidal. But at least we have the entree for total victory as Victorious....

Given as the Iranian Revoluionary Guard is a well know "terrorist clique", clearly america can not back down, and will have to keep on marching forward to total victory in Iran, since as noted above, there can be no cease-fire with terrorist organizations.

All HAIL Total Victory For The Victorious!!!
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