And yes Barbery, we should get rid of this Albanian moron. The reason he hates Communists is not because they are supposedly godless (in the PKK they are leftist but they respect peoples' religions unlike the Turkish military junta) but because he is a facist. He still likes the facist Albania of the 40s and therefore sympathises with Turkey facist regime aswell, on IDF he was an extreme Turk-lover who hated Iran, we should get rid of people like this.
how bout we get rid of you and the rest of the communists.
i like that fasist state of albania? IM NOT EVEN FROM ALBANIA YOU MORON! i hate communists just as much as the zionists.
i cant wait for the next wave of turkish attack on these terrorists. remember last year when the turks launched an offencive? all your little terrorists ran away like the cowards they are. i cant wait for those missiles to land on their heads.
Turkish army chief vows to crush rebel Kurds
Ankara - Turkish army chief Ilker Basbug vowed on Sunday to pursue the fight against separatist Kurdish rebels unabated after five soldiers were killed in militant attacks in two days.
"If you think these attacks will deliver a blow to the determination and resolve of the Turkish armed forces in its struggle against terrorism, you are gravely mistaken," Basbug told reporters in Ankara.
"You cannot achieve anything through terrorism," he added on a visit to the mausoleum of Turkey's founding father, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk.
In one of their deadliest attacks in months, rebels from the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) fired on a military outpost in the eastern province of Tunceli with assault rifles on Friday, killing four soldiers and wounding seven.
Another soldier was killed when PKK rebels ambushed a group of soldiers on a security sweep around Lice town in Diyarbakir province late Saturday, a security source said.
The army launched operations to hunt down the attackers.
The PKK, listed as a terrorist group by Ankara and much of the international community, took up arms against Ankara in 1984 for self-rule in the mainly Kurdish southeast, sparking a conflict that has claimed about 45,000 lives.
The arrival of spring usually brings a resurgence of violence as the rebels move out from their mountain hideouts in Turkey and neighbouring Iraq when the snow melts.
Last year, the Turkish government announced steps to expand Kurdish freedoms in an attempt to erode popular support for the PKK while keeping the rebels under military pressure to cajole them into laying down arms.
But the plan has faltered amid the banning of Turkey's main Kurdish political party in December and a number of bloody rebel attacks that have unleashed public anger at the government. - Sapa-AFPhttp://www.iol.co.za/index.php?set_id=1&click_id=123&art_id=nw20100502133305509C961943