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Turkey Slams Joe Biden’s “Ignorant” Vows In Support Of Regime Change

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Turkey Slams Joe Biden's "Ignorant" Vows In Support Of Regime Change

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In very apparent support of an allied and friendly nation, US Presidential Candidate Joe Biden said that he would seek regime change in Turkey.

He declared that he would work with “opposition leadership” in the country to topple Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Turkey’s 2023 elections.

“Do you feel comfortable with the United States still having nuclear weapons in Turkey given Erdogan’s behavior?” Kathleen Kingsbury, New York Times’ deputy editorial page editor, asked Biden.

“The answer is my comfort level is diminished a great deal. I’ve spent a lot of time with Erdogan,” Biden responded, describing Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey’s democratically elected president, as an “autocrat.”

Biden added that if he is elected this November, his administration will pursue a policy of intervention against Turkey’s elected government.

“What I think we should be doing is taking a very different approach to him [Erdogan] now, making it clear that we support opposition leadership,” said Biden.

He added, suggesting an ultimatum:

“He [Erdogan] has to pay a price. He has to pay a price for whether or not we’re going to continue to sell certain weapons to him.”

Professing “concern,” Biden said:

“I’m still of the view that if we were to engage more directly like I was doing with them, that we can support those elements of the Turkish leadership that still exist and get more from them and embolden them to be able to take on and defeat Erdogan. Not by a coup, not by a coup, but by the electoral process.”

US President Donald Trump “yielded” to Turkey, said Biden, adding:

“And the last thing I would’ve done is yielded to him with regard to the Kurds. The absolute last thing.” Biden’s remarks illicitly conflated “Kurds” with the terrorist YPG/PKK in northern Syria, a group which attacks Turkish security forces, kidnaps children – including many Kurds – and has tried to set up a terrorist statelet along Turkey’s borders.

He continued: “They got to understand that we’re not going to continue to play with them the way we have. So I am very concerned. I am very concerned.

“I’m very concerned about our airfields [at Incirlik Airbase in Adana, Turkey] and access to them as well.

“And I think it takes an awful lot of work for us to be able to get together with our allies in the region and deal with how we isolate his actions in the region, particularly in the Eastern Mediterranean in relating to oil and a whole range of other things which take too long to go into. But the answer is yes, I’m worried.”

In response, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said that Turkey rejects the “ignorant” remarks by Biden.

“We strongly reject such impositions,”Cavusoglu said.

He also said it was “strange” that a person who has been nominated to lead the US made such “ignorant comments” on Turkey, and that he doesn’t know the truth about his own country.

Referring to Biden’s “not by a coup” remark, Cavusoglu said he understood this to mean: “We tried a coup in the past, it didn’t happen. So now let’s change tactics and methods.”

Turkish Presidential Spokesperson Ibrahim Kalin also said that any attempts to order Turkey were in the past, and that there would be a price to pay for any new undertakings to do so.

“The analysis of Turkey by Joe Biden was based on pure ignorance, arrogance and hypocrisy,” Kalin said on Twitter.

Fahrettin Altun, head of Turkey’s Communications Directorate, had also hit back at Biden’s remarks, saying the video clip “reflected the games being played over Turkey and their interventionist attitudes.”


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  1. AJ says:

    Turkey has no need to worry old Joe will forget what he said by next week.

    1. Zionism = EVIL says:

      LOL, I was thinking the same, if this corrupt fucker gets in, he will be 80 years old :) and already has no teeth literally.

    2. ΠΑΡΜΕΝΙΩΝ says:

      The sleeping Joe is a puppet … Turkey should worry about those behind Joe.

      1. Zionism = EVIL says:

        Biden besides being totally corrupt is also a slave to the Jew cunts. The deep state is really pushing for him to get in so that they can accelerate the campaign against Russia.

    3. Hatersgonnahate says:

      Turkey has no need to worry. July 15 is an example of this.

    4. Porc Halal says:

      He forgot what he said right after he finished the speech…

    5. Assad must stay says:


  2. grandel says:

    Biden promises Turkey that the US will interfere in Turkey’s elections if he is elected. Nobody is surprised..

    1. Zionism = EVIL says:

      Biden and the mixed up bitch Kamala are total Zionist slaves. I prefer Trump as he is loudmouth buffoon that can’t be taken seriously. Biden is a an insidious bastard if you look at his record.

      1. Ivan Freely says:

        Biden’s past can no longer be used to predict the future since he no longer have control of his faculties. Eyes on his handlers.

  3. Shadow says:

    CIA already tried a regime change against erdogan via its elements called Gulenists in 2016 but they failed. Now they’re threatening to work with “opposition leadership” to topple him. It won’t work either. Whether with erdogan or not, Turkiye will step by step take its noble place in the Eurasian Block. Our NATO alliance is only on paper, they know this very well.

    1. Zionism = EVIL says:

      These arseholes are racist cunts and can not stand any independent country, Turkey should never have joined NATO losers in the first place. Turkey and Iran have larger and more powerful battle tested militaries than all of the Euro-fags or professional Americunt losers, who are facing a civil war anyway. They can do fuckall to Turkey.

      1. Shadow says:

        It was a mistake to join indeed. And the time for correction is approaching. Btw, do you know this Russian guy, he is well-informed about Turkish politics. He keeps coming to Turkiye. Alexander Dugin

        1. Zionism = EVIL says:

          Yes, I have heard him speak. Another lecture I attended a few years ago in Toronto was by Stephan Kinzer, who had predicted an alliance of Iran and Turkey, since they have no historical conflicts. Russia quickly recognized that and is trying to woo both.

          1. tzatz says:

            You’re in Toronto? Ya slug …

          2. Zionism = EVIL says:

            I an everywhere man :)

          3. tzatz says:

            No … YOU’RE a f/kn slug in TO

          4. cechas vodobenikov says:

            Persians and Turk empires have fought wars. today u r right, except inSyria, where Iran supports the govt, turkey does not

          5. Zionism = EVIL says:

            Last war was 400 years ago.

        2. ΠΑΡΜΕΝΙΩΝ says:

          He envisions the re-establishment of the Russian Empire, under the iron hand of a super-leader.
          He believes that an Eurasian empire should be created that would include the whole of Europe and Russia, creating a counterweight to American hegemony.

          1. Fog of War says:

            Absolutely no re-establishment of the Russian Empire until they get rid of all 5th column ZioJews. Otherwise, we will just keep playing the same ” game ” the world is in now.

          2. ΠΑΡΜΕΝΙΩΝ says:

            The “game” has been played for thousands of years, before the Zionists even existed. There are two poles of power that have divided the planet in two. The Zionists, half belong to one pole of power, and the other half to the other. Countries like America, Russia, China, Turkey, Egypt, etc. are just points on the map .In each country, their own people have been appointed to positions of power. There is a “special” council that decides who will become prime minister in each state.

            Each pole of power tries to promote its own leader, only once in world history he was the chosen one of both poles of power for this and they named him “Two Horns” otherwise known as Alexander the Great. In the Qur’an it is referred to as Zul-Carnein, which means one who has “TWO HORNS” . The two horns are a symbol of power, … so the “game” has been played for thousands of years.


          3. Fog of War says:

            Your link doesnt work, however, if you’re knowledgable of these things tell us who comprises these two ” poles of power ” . What religon to they practice ? Are they human ? Whats their objective ? Do they have enemies ? Have they always had power ?

          4. cechas vodobenikov says:

            as Diogenes stated to Alexandr, Keep your sinecures and leave me to my sunshine”

          5. ΠΑΡΜΕΝΙΩΝ says:

            Fortunately for Alexander he had Aristotle for , teacher, otherwise it would not have happened, what happened…that is, the greatest recruiter of all time

          6. Ivan Freely says:

            Kind of pointless as American hegemony have come to an end or very close to it.

          7. ΠΑΡΜΕΝΙΩΝ says:

            All hegemonies end one day, even the most powerful. It is a law of the Universe. But there is no vacuum in the Universe. When something dies, it is immediately born what will replace it.

          8. cechas vodobenikov says:

            Dugin endorses a multi-polar world, not empire…find his commentary on Heidegger…he described Americanism as “putrefaction”

          9. ΠΑΡΜΕΝΙΩΝ says:

            He has also come to Greece, yes Dugin believes in nations … in the diversity of nations. Dugin proposes white Russian nationalism along with elements of aristocracy and conservatism – to the point that it is considered by many philosophers internationally to be synonymous with Julius Evolas

    2. ΠΑΡΜΕΝΙΩΝ says:

      ” CIA already tried a regime change against erdogan via its elements called Gulenists in 2016″ ..

      .In fact, the coup against Erdogan was organized by one of the CIA factions, and was whistled at him by the Russians.

      ” Our NATO alliance is only on paper, they know this very well.”

      Oh they know it very well … but NATO is not a shoe you wear and if it doesn’t work for you, you take it out.

      1. Shadow says:

        When we decide to close or limit NATO bases here, how can they stop? Either they throw that shoe or we force them to do so. Nobody can stop that. Even this funny Russian politician knows that:)

        1. Zionism = EVIL says:

          NATO is a defunct alliance of mostly Eurofaggots, without Turkey it losses all its manpower. Turkey of 2020 is not the Turkey of 1980. Power has shifted to Eurasia and most rational people understand that. Turkey is large country of 84 million, like Iran and the Americunts arseholes have zero options left in the region. They can fuck themselves.


          1. ΠΑΡΜΕΝΙΩΝ says:

            yes yes I have heard these before, but if they attack Turkey either financially or militarily … will Iran go to war for Turkey ?? How many fronts can Iran have open? With the US with Israel, with the Saudis, with NATO ?? Can it still have a war front in Turkey?

            Take revenge first as Iranians for Suleimani’s assassination, and then tell the Turks to play dudes.

          2. #'~A*QXm(>NRmm]w?dU4vXZ says:

            He did not say Iran would come to Turkey’s help.

        2. ΠΑΡΜΕΝΙΩΝ says:

          But they do not want to stop you , after all, many countries in NATO do not want you. The point is, you do not leave an Alliance without consequences.

        3. Tommy Jensen says:

          The bases are no problem. They move to Romania and Greece.
          Case closed, and then the work to destabilise Turkey is less vulnerable.

          1. cechas vodobenikov says:

            Greeks despise u amerikan robots—self uglified…Romania may tolerate u—they have no economy

          2. #'~A*QXm(>NRmm]w?dU4vXZ says:

            Right, and then he’ll close off the Dardanelles, keep the nukes, and take the soldiers stationed there hostage.

            No, baby, short of physically ousting Erdoğan the U.S. has no leverage.

        4. Ivan Freely says:

          You’ll need to do more than close their military base. All diplomatic missions, along with NGOs, will need to be shut down as well.

  4. guest says:

    Turkey, being a Muslim state was always an outcast in NATO and kept out of the EU. It should show some self-respect and finally put defunct NATO to pasture.

    1. #'~A*QXm(>NRmm]w?dU4vXZ says:

      Good point.

  5. Hellincorporated says:

    Pedo Bide loves to whisper at children’s ears :

    1. Lazy Gamer says:

      He now has Kamala’s back. lol ?

      1. #'~A*QXm(>NRmm]w?dU4vXZ says:

        Only her back?

    2. disqus_W1eFsMfKhi says:

      filthy disgusting pedocrat. chop his f*cking d*ck off already

  6. lovethemapples says:

    Kurds are dispensable partners that will be sold as soon as there is a window to win over Turkey again. But the sultan is very unpredictable for Sleepy Joe to handle. So seems like he means business in regards to government change in Turkey. Obama failed, but can Joe succeed?

    1. Lazy Gamer says:

      My assesment is that the Kurdish project > Erdogan. They would definitely find a way to take out Erdogan and install someone else who will ensure the Kurdish state as well as keep the Russians at a distance. Russia and Iran is in for a delicate balancing. lol
      Now, everything hinges on Erdogan’s actual move. Does he keep on going solo regarding empire or does he now pick a side?

      1. lovethemapples says:

        The costs are too high for benefits. Kurds are neither self sufficient nor have access to sea or any logistical supply line. Plus they are not in good terms with any regional players. They are considered separatists in all countries they are in (Iraq, Iran, Turkey, Syria), so no help from them either.
        Turkey established good relations with Iraqi Kurdish Autonomy and made sure YPG and PKK don’t get support there. Plus have dozen of bases and military points there. So not much option for consolidation either.
        Turkey is just too big to choose Kurds over them, economically, demographically, and strategically. Any sane person will choose Turkey over Kurds.
        But to use Kurds to get some things done in/by Turkey, well that is another story and a very attractive option.

        1. Lazy Gamer says:

          Israel seems about to be surrounded by its nemesis, Iran. The US will need another destabilizing actor that will support Israel and keep the region in its toes when they reduce their garrisons. Oh they will get the sea if they had their way. They already have the oil and the border with Iraq.

          1. lovethemapples says:

            Could be because of Isreal, maybe not. Im talking about Kurds (Turkish, Iranian, Iraqi and Syrian) But the reason why Iraqi Kurdistan managed to survive is because Turkey oked it during 1st Gulf War as well as Iraqi invasion. Hence why Turkey enjoys freedom attacking PKK targets (including Iraqi generals) in the territory of Iraqi Kurdistan, also have military presence there. I repeat just to make it clear, Turkey has military bases in Iraqi Kurdistan, Iraq does not have military base in Iraqi Kurdistan. That is how much authority they got granted.
            Plus the dams that can block or release water, depending on the situation. Actually was used to scare Assad few decades ago when Syria tried to support PKK during active insurgency period. But should be noted that, though technically possible, blocking water access is illegal under international law.
            Logistics is a big deal and logistically Kurds are screwed. And US will not risk the current logistics. Iran will not open the doors, neither will Syria (western part with support of Russia), or Iraq that is already upset about its country divided along with the growing influence of pro-iranian militia.
            Ironically for US Kurds are needed to keep influence in Turkey, and Turkey is needed to keep Kurds supplied.

          2. Brother Ma says:

            Erdo has already held back much water, flowing out of his dams to Syria. He is already acting illegally. Who will stop this criminal? Criminal US? I don’t think so. “Thick as thieves” and both need hanging.

          3. lovethemapples says:

            You cannot hold water long time. It has to go somewhere otherwise will lead to floods. I think your source is suspicious

          4. Lazy Gamer says:

            If that is the case, then Turkey’s decision is already skewed on one side. lol

          5. cechas vodobenikov says:

            Iraq liberated Mosul from the Kurds—USA was unable to prevent this

          6. lovethemapples says:

            To be fair Mosul is outside the Kurdish Autonomy territory, and Turkey wouldn’t want them too big. But as far as I remember they all (Iraqi army, Turks with air force, Peshmegra) fought together to retake the city from Isis. But due to the territorial division Iraq kept it. Am i remembering it wrong?

        2. Concrete Mike says:

          I strongly beleive the only reason Turkey tolerated the barzani kurds is to keep the CIA drug pipeline from afghanistan to europe open.

          Kurds are being used as drug.mules by america, simple as that.

      2. cechas vodobenikov says:

        kurds r despised everywhere, except by the CIA

      3. Mustafa Mehmet says:

        lazy dreamer

    2. Concrete Mike says:

      Who cares, we have had enough regime changes under the ausipices and benevolence of the democratic party.

      Syria( fail)
      Venezuela( fail)
      Turkey( fail)

      These globalists must be stopped at all costs!

  7. Smith Ricky says:

    Joe Biden ftw

  8. Porc Halal says:

    stupid turkish retards are in need of money alright!…they ask everyone to pay for something that is present only in their stupid sheep heads…

    1. Servet Köseoğlu says:

      jesus looks like anus… we already got the money douchebag…

      1. FANFARΟNE ? Year of the Pig ?? says:

        we are atheists you piece of kebab muzzie shit, seitan will eventually claim your spent soul

  9. Tommy Jensen says:

    I am also very worried. Especially I am concerned about how Trump and Nato are and have been dealing zig-zagingly with Erdogan and Turkey.

    I would have done that part in more consistent and firmly way so the smokey smog had been cleaned out and a clear diplomatic basic had been the outcome. Thats how I would have done it!

    1. #'~A*QXm(>NRmm]w?dU4vXZ says:

      Who cares how you would have done it.

  10. Trap Is Not Gay says:

    Jews want unconditional obedience.

  11. cechas vodobenikov says:

    the dollar is declining rapidly, as reported at anti empire…..a fake economy w fake people (the cult of sincerity–amerikans are not since, it is a performance). David Riesman…bad actors…both China and Russia r selling US treasuries, as r European nations…bye bye amerikan empire

    1. Assad must stay says:

      hahahaha ya byebye, a country that has done so much horrible shit to people around the world cannot be expected to prosper

  12. Assad must stay says:


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