Attempted coup d'etat in Turkey

Rayzer rayzer at
Sat Jul 23 08:20:58 PDT 2016

On 07/23/2016 03:58 AM, Georgi Guninski wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 16, 2016 at 02:40:46PM +0300, Georgi Guninski wrote:
>> Does the NATO's Turkey have nukes?
> Don't know if this is true, but according to the Russian comrades,
> "Turkey is housing 50-90 US nuclear bombs at Incirlik airbase".
> ======
> 4. No NATO to the rescue
> Some observers found it incredible that there was no NATO 
> assistance forthcoming during the attempted coup, and despite 
> the fact that Turkey is housing 50-90 US nuclear bombs at 
> Incirlik airbase that could fall into the hands of a rebel 
> opposition with unknown credentials.
> =======

Common wisdom and most reliable reports say Turkey has US Nukes on it's
soil for use against Russia just like they had Tora Bora-like
installations to monitor Russian comms during the so-called 'cold war'.
Tora Bora was also a sigint facility for that purpose. Iran had them too.

There was no danger whatsoever of the nukes being misappropriated by the
coup plotters. They're even more US-oriented policy-wise than Erdogan's
government ever was.


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