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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentMilitary · 2 months ago

Does Pan-Turkic world works for the benefit of Europe?

I do allot of studying on Pan-Turkism and have found great reactionary elements within such subjectivity.

It is that a Pan-Turkic world will be the counter to the EU while simultaneously resisting any Russian and Chinese influence thus Turkey and all the Turkic nation's surrounding Turkey will one day unite and form a safeguard between Turkish allies , Germany and Italy and Libya all can become Turkish allies and form something more powerful then the EU and this can lead to Germany and Italy having a military advantage over Russia while simultaneously breaking away from American post world war 2 restrictions such as keeping Germany's military under a certain number of recruits per year. If Germany allies with Turkey then Germany can thrive off the Turkish military being the new protectors of Germany so in theory Germany would be safeguarded by a new Ottoman Empire ,and this will new formation of allies between Turkey Italy and Germany would then create new affirmative action on the rebuilding of the Germany military raising the man power to one million recruits !. 

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  • martin
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    2 months ago
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    Coincidentally, the original Ottoman Empire with its capital in Turkey was destroyed more by a massive plague than by any outside invasion.

    • 2 months agoReport

      Turkey is actually close to becoming a super power in the world , they have a Social Republic government that is part capitalist and part socialist , and last year Turkey made a deal with Pakistan on obtaining Pakistani made long range missile systems that can hit Israel from Turkey.

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  • 2 months ago

    what american restrictions of the german military?

    the german army was 5 times the size it is now in the 1980's

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