Virus#26:Chapter 38: “Tehran and Ankara pay the price”

Chapter 38 “Tehran and Ankara pay the price”

As you can imagine with dirty nuclear bombs being used by Turkey to destroy two American aircraft carriers in Cyprus during the American 2028 liberation of Cyprus with the loss of thousands of American lives the American mood was revenge. The botched Turkish invasion of the Greek Islands of Samos and Lesbos in the Eastern Aegean as part of the Turkish New Crusades programme also had Germany in a tizzy as all six of its coast guard ships stationed on the two Greek islands were sunk and the survivors in their lifeboats were machine gunned by the Turks in a mini massacre fashion.

Another interesting fact emerged from the botched invasion. For years the Greek far right had been warning various Greek governments that the thousands of refugees streaming into Greece were part of a Turkish plot to help take control of the islands. Many weren’t refugees at all but members of the Turkish Free Army the fanatical faction of the Turkish New Crusades movement. The weaponization of immigration.

You may recall it was a combined Israeli and Greek force that repelled the Turkish invasion of the two Greek islands. The Israelis were exceptionally nervous about Iran’s success of developing nuclear ICBMs. and its Mossad had advanced knowledge of the invasion and the fact that somewhere in Turkey the Iranians and Turks were working on a biological warfare project. The New Crusades platform was to attack Israel and with Iran’s nuclear weapons the threat was imminent and deadly so in assisting the Greeks in repelling the Turks the Israelis felt they were sending a message to both Iran and Turkey it wasn’t going to sit still and get whacked.

So you can only guess what happened. The Americans nuked Ankara and Teheran and through regular bombing inflicted severe damage on military facilities in both these countries including a carpet bombing of Iran’s nuclear facilities.

Now while the United States and Israel felt somewhat safer the backlash in Muslim countries was even more hysterical than it had ever been. The New Crusades morphed from a Turkish dream into a glorious mission of Islam. And the American and global reaction of non-Muslim countries became one of increased hatred to the point it was getting as hysterical as the shouts coming from the New Crusades camp.

Strict security requirements were imposed to prevent the increasing frequency of suicide bomber attacks in the United States. All Turkish “guest workers” in Germany were deported unless they were German citizens. All Iranians and Turks who were not American citizens were deported.

As far as Canada reacted it closed its borders to all Turks and Iranians and it increased surveillance of all mosques and Islam “education centres” throughout Canada. The thin “official veneer” of the Canadian government concerning its care and compassion for Middle Eastern “refugees” was replaced with extreme hostility to all Muslims by the general population.

Throughout Europe and North America mosques were bombed fuelling the mounting New Crusades hysteria.

Before we end this awful story the Mossad had hacked into the highest level of secure Turkish military intranets where they discovered the “Armenian Final Solution” which was going to use the biological weaponry developed by Iran and Turkey to cleanse the world of Armenians. And the conclusion of the Mossad was Israel was also to be cleansed.

As for Turkey many of its key non-Muslim trading partners more of less placed a trade embargo on it devastating its economy increasing the fervor of the New Crusades movement.

The result of this was a complete polarization of Islam versus Christianity.

What a rat’s nest.s#26

Published by Robert K Sephen (CSW)

Robert K Stephen writes about food and drink, travel, and lifestyle issues. He is one of the few non-national writers to be certified as a wine specialist by the Society of Wine Educators, in Washington, DC. Robert was the first associate member of the Wine Writers’ Circle of Canada. He also holds a Mindfulness Certification from the University of Leiden and the University of Toronto. Be it Spanish cured meat, dried fruit, BBQ, or recycled bamboo place mats, Robert endeavours to escape the mundane, which is why he has established this publication. His motto is, "Have Story, Will Write."

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