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The Sick Man of Europe is Taking a Turn For the Worse

Excerpts “NEC-SC expects that the coming year and as early as July 2017, will possibly see Turkey shattering along ethno-geographical fault lines into as many as possible four or more distinct political entities: a Turkish “core” state in central Anatolia; a Christian demographically dominated state in western Anatolia; and two separate (and, to a degree, mutually hostile) Kurdish states in south and southeastern Anatolia, respectively.”

http://www.westernfreepress.com/2017/01/30/the-sick-man-of-europe-is-taking-a-turn-for-the-worse/

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