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Turkish F-16 vs Armenian SU-25

- Wed, 30 Sep 2020 10:11:40 EST S/ld5FwN No.187842
File: 1601475100486.jpg -(270612B / 264.27KB, 1280x855) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Turkish F-16 vs Armenian SU-25
Turkey denied an Armenian claim that Turkey's F-16 fighter jets had shot down an Armenian SU-25 warplane during clashes over the breakaway Nagorny Karabakh region.
George Bidgespear - Wed, 30 Sep 2020 10:56:37 EST aRAdhvmK No.187843 Reply
They shot down a 30 year old Djiboutin plane? What's the point anyway? Is there something in the region they want?
Jarvis Finkinkack - Thu, 01 Oct 2020 01:45:10 EST zv6Y9w8Q No.187853 Reply
That's long as fuck.

Yeah dude theres an oil pipeline running through there. It used to run through both countries but they recently added a segment through a historically contested area that bypassed the old run to Europe. They convinced the populace that its like pride and heritage or something but its really about a love of the oil money and power and influence over energy.
Reuben Gebblekadge - Thu, 01 Oct 2020 08:24:39 EST 9yKk6Th7 No.187864 Reply
I don't click external links lol
>Yeah dude theres an oil pipeline running through there.
There we go. So if you don't own stock in an oil company, you've got no hope of receiving any benefit from this.
Chinabot - Thu, 01 Oct 2020 09:21:55 EST zv6Y9w8Q No.187869 Reply
Eh well kinda the opposite. Armenia wants to be able to tax the oil or be able to negotiate on transfer fees. Azerbaijan decided to make a bypass through the contested area to cut Armeina out. Armeina was all like this is ours too though and we suddenly want it for strictly historical reasons. That part of the news was every where before it escalated into a war but now that it's a possible international conflict it's probably going to turn into something about human rights and poor Armeina they got genocided by Turkey. The genocide is a shame but I don't think tragedy can be used as an excuse for violence over oil.
Augustus Tillingcocke - Tue, 06 Oct 2020 19:01:04 EST 3sgSffSK No.187966 Reply
it's the crack cocaine of global politics, really
Jack Tootridge - Thu, 15 Oct 2020 17:16:59 EST Rb09iYiv No.188102 Reply
Indeed. Until all cars & planes are electric, there will be fights over dinosaur juice.
Nathaniel Semmleture - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 06:22:11 EST SCRHuHWw No.188139 Reply
oh no your poor friend. he must have suffered as much as armenians getting bombed!
Hedda Ficklehall - Sun, 18 Oct 2020 07:02:46 EST DbC7oknk No.188142 Reply
Who else covers "protestors blocked traffic" stories?
Xinnie the Pooh - Tue, 20 Oct 2020 06:21:41 EST S/ld5FwN No.188179 Reply
Any news station? Usually "protestors blocked traffic" stories don't get on the front page though.
Thomas Greenwell - Tue, 20 Oct 2020 08:48:37 EST pRZJAvRJ No.188184 Reply
>Any news station?
Nope lol. Perhaps the traffic on your local news, I'll give you that, but most news outlets cover the protests, not the traffic situation as you see from foxnews.

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