The Sultan’s wandering eye.


Sultan Fatih Tayyip, restorer of Sunni triumphalism, has proposed to the heir of the Romanov House that the Turks and Russians assume management of the Syrian oil and gas fields east of the Euphrates River.  Having triumphed in Idlib he now wishes to accept his responsibilities for this newly remembered portion of the Ottoman patrimony.

It is not clear what Russia's reaction to this proposal might be.

Sultan Tayyip says that he might make this same proposal to President Trump (America's greatest or near greatest president).  General Jack Keane, Trump's friend, can advise him.  pl

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4 Responses to The Sultan’s wandering eye.

  1. J says:

    Interesting, how the Sultan Tayyip is not ‘consulting’ with the Syrians about his wanting to steal their property (Syria’s oil), and become an uninvited squatter on their land.
    Ah yes, this is the Mideast at its — , at it’s ‘whatever’. When someone steals in the Mideast, isn’t it custom for them to loose a limb or more. Imagine Sultan Tayyip having to eat his food with his ‘unclean’ hand because he was caught stealing Syrian property.

  2. Fred says:

    “Terrorists exploit the oil resources.” Did Erdogan mention that they do so by trucking it across the Turkish border for sale in his country? Maybe he should look into stopping that trade before somebody gets the idea to stop it by shooting up a convoy full of jihadi crude, like last time.

  3. sbin says:

    Seem to remember another country did exactly that in Syria.
    Monkey see monkey do.

  4. turcopolier says:

    You are referring to the idiocy of the Ziocons; people like Jack Keane, Wolfowitz, Pompeo, Jeffrey, Lindsey Graham and the late lunatic John McCain? I don’t think their “understanding” of the Middle East can be blamed on Sunni fanatics or vice versa.

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