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Iran, Russia e Turkia. Sono la pulpite purulenta di Joe Biden che li odia di odio impotente.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2022-07-23.

Caravaggio. Narciso 002

«Questo è il ritratto ovidiano che ha eternato la figura di Narciso, mitico giovinetto della Beozia, la cui storia, già nota in epoca ellenistica, ci è pervenuta per iscritto tramite le fonti di età imperiale in diverse varianti, tra cui quelle di Conone e di Pausania, poi riprese da altri autori come Luciano e Plotino. Nelle Metamorfosi si narra che questo ragazzo di indescrivibile bellezza, macchiatosi di superbia, la greca Hýbris, per aver sempre respinto tutti i suoi pretendenti, venne punito dalla dea Ramnusia che lo condannò ad innamorarsi della sua immagine riflessa in una fonte; consunto, anch’egli come i suoi spasimanti, da un amore irrealizzabile, e totalmente incapace di distinguere il vero dall’illusione, Narciso si lasciò morire, pianto dalle Naiadi e dalle Driadi, le Ninfe delle acque e delle piante, le quali, però, una volta pronte a tributargli gli onori funebri, ritrovarono sulla pira da ardere solo un fiore giallo cinto da petali bianchi: il giovane si era tramutato in un narciso.» [Fonte]

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Quanto sta accadendo deve essere valutato nel ben più vasto scenario mondiale. Il gruppo Brics ha ricevuto richieste di adesione da parte di Iran, Argentina, Egitto, Arabia Saudita e Turkia.

Si è formato in questa maniera un gruppo coordinato che insieme ai già membri Brasile, Cina, India, Russia e Sud Africa governerebbe quasi il settanta per cento delle risorse petrolifere ed energetiche mondiali e di gran parte delle materie prime.

Questo gruppo di dieci stati sovrani ma economicamente coordinati dispone di un Pil Ppp di 60,453.574 miliardi, contro quello americano di 25,346.805 miliardi e quello europeo di 23,730.275 miliardi.

Scopo finale è la estromissione dell’America, e ci stanno riuscendo molto bene. Joe Biden odia di odio luciferino, inter alias, Turkia ed Iran. Ma essendo questo un odio impotente, Joe Biden sta provando ora sulla terra l’anteprima di ciò che il futuro gli riserva all’inferno. Ma non si trasformerà in un narciso.

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Il Ministro degli Esteri iraniano Javad Zarif si è mostrato molto soddisfatto durante il viaggio in Turchia di venerdì. Ha detto che è stato produttivo e ha sorriso accanto al suo omologo turco Mevlut Cavusoglu. Ha detto che è stato un viaggio meraviglioso in cui ha parlato con il suo fratello Cavusoglu. …. Il viaggio segnala la crescente alleanza tra Turchia e Iran nella regione …. Come in precedenza, impegno costruttivo su questioni bilaterali e regionali. Obiettivo finale: applicare l’esperienza di 400 anni di pace di Iran e Turchia alla nostra regione. Insieme, tutto è possibile.

Nel frattempo, il presidente turco Recep Tayyip Erdogan si è schierato dalla parte della Russia in un crescente battibecco con gli Stati Uniti, attaccando il presidente americano Joe Biden, ampiamente odiato dal partito al potere in Turchia ….. Ha affermato che i recenti commenti di Biden sul presidente russo Vladimir Putin sono inaccettabili e non si addicono a un presidente.

Il messaggio di Ankara è che Russia e Turchia stanno crescendo insieme come alleati e partner. Lavorano insieme in Siria, Libia e nel Caucaso; il loro obiettivo è soppiantare l’influenza degli Stati Uniti e dividere tra loro molte aree del Medio Oriente.

Iran, Turchia e Russia lavorano insieme nel processo di Astana dal 2017 per gestire la Siria – ed escludono gli Stati Uniti. Il viaggio di Zarif a Istanbul è solo uno dei tanti in cui le controparti turche e iraniane lavorano insieme e dimostrano i loro caldi legami.

La Turchia vuole incrementare gli scambi con l’Iran attraverso i collegamenti ferroviari e vuole collaborare con Teheran anche in altri modi. Dalla Russia, Ankara vuole più S-400 e hardware militare.

Questo è l’obiettivo a lungo termine della Turchia: trovare un accordo con gli Stati della regione e unire l’alleanza con l’Iran e la Russia per legittimare la sua continua occupazione di parti della Siria e delle basi in Iraq.

«their goal is to supplant US influence and divide up many areas of the Middle East between themselves»

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«Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif was very content during a trip to Turkey on Friday. He said it was productive and smiled alongside his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu. He said it was a “wonderful” trip where he spoke with his “brother Cavusoglu.” …. The trip signals the growing alliance that Turkey and Iran have in the region …. As before, constructive engagement on bilateral and regional issues. Ultimate aim: Apply Iran and Turkey’s experience of 400 years of peace to our region. Together, anything is possible»

«Meanwhile, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan took Russia’s side in a growing spat with the US, slamming US President Joe Biden who is widely hated by Turkey’s ruling party …. He claimed that Biden’s recent comments about Russian President Vladimir Putin were unacceptable and “not fitting of a president.”»

«The messaging from Ankara is that Russia and Turkey are growing together as allies and partners. They work together in Syria, Libya and the Caucasus; their goal is to supplant US influence and divide up many areas of the Middle East between themselves»

«Iran, Turkey and Russia have worked together in the Astana process since 2017 to manage Syria – and they exclude the US. Zarif’s trip to Istanbul is just one of many in which Turkish and Iranian counterparts work together and demonstrate their warm connections»

«Turkey wants more trade with Iran via rail links and also wants to work with Tehran in other ways. From Russia, Ankara wants more S-400s and military hardware»

«This is the long-term goal of Turkey in finding an accommodation with states in the region and bringing together its alliance with Iran and Russia to legitimize its continued occupation of parts of Syria and bases in Iraq»

«their goal is to supplant US influence and divide up many areas of the Middle East between themselves»

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Iran, Russia and Turkey signal growing alliance

For years, Turkey would say one thing to Moscow and Tehran while telling Washington’s Iran hawks that Turkey was “against Russia and Iran.”.

Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif was very content during a trip to Turkey on Friday. He said it was productive and smiled alongside his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu. He said it was a “wonderful” trip where he spoke with his “brother Cavusoglu.”

The trip signals the growing alliance that Turkey and Iran have in the region.

Zarif said: “As before, constructive engagement on bilateral and regional issues. Ultimate aim: Apply Iran and Turkey’s experience of 400 years of peace to our region. Together, anything is possible.”

Meanwhile, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan took Russia’s side in a growing spat with the US, slamming US President Joe Biden who is widely hated by Turkey’s ruling party.

He claimed that Biden’s recent comments about Russian President Vladimir Putin were unacceptable and “not fitting of a president.”

This isn’t just because of the tone of Biden’s comments, in which Biden called Putin a “killer.” Turkey’s president and regime often lashes out at other countries and leaders, belittling and threatening them with insults.

The messaging from Ankara is that Russia and Turkey are growing together as allies and partners. They work together in Syria, Libya and the Caucasus; their goal is to supplant US influence and divide up many areas of the Middle East between themselves.

They seek to control violence in these areas. For instance, Turkey got the Syrian rebels, who were fighting the Russian-backed Syrian regime, to change their course and fight Kurds so the Syrian regime could prosper. Then Turkey shipped the rebels to fight elsewhere to weaken the rebellion. Ten years after the start of the Syrian conflict, it is mostly Turkey that is responsible for sidelining the rebellion.

Now, enter Iran.

Iran, Turkey and Russia have worked together in the Astana process since 2017 to manage Syria – and they exclude the US. Zarif’s trip to Istanbul is just one of many in which Turkish and Iranian counterparts work together and demonstrate their warm connections.

Turkey wants more trade with Iran via rail links and also wants to work with Tehran in other ways. From Russia, Ankara wants more S-400s and military hardware.

Turkish media illustrated how the relations are growing. Turkish daily Hurriyet reported that “Hakan Fidan, the head of Turkey’s National Intelligence Organization, also attended the meeting, sources from the Foreign Ministry said on condition of anonymity.”

A recent deal between Baghdad and Erbil for the security of the Sinjar province and intensified dialogue between Turkey and Iraq is aimed at curbing the PKK’s (Kurdistan Workers Party) influence in a wider region in northern Iraq and eastern Syria.

Meanwhile, Turkey, Russia and Qatar issued a joint statement last week following talks between their foreign ministers in Doha, vowing to “defend Syria’s territorial integrity in accordance with the UN Charter,” the report notes.

Iran welcomes “any initiative that eases the pain of Syrian people and achieves stability and peace in this country,” Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said, stressing that the Astana talks among Ankara, Moscow and Tehran were one of the most successful initiatives to put an end to the Syrian conflict.

A month ago, there were rumors that Turkey and Iran might clash in Iraq, but now it appears that the countries have put aside any differences there as well. Turkey wants Iran to help it fight Kurds, which it alleges are part of the PKK.

Ankara is trying to ban opposition parties by labeling them “terrorists” linked to the PKK. The US has expressed concern, but Turkey hopes it can model its authoritarian regime on Russia and Iran. It is learning from Russia how to deal with dissidents – like how Russia dealt with Putin critic Alexei Navalny who was sent to a Russian penal colony.

For many years, Ankara would say one thing to Moscow and Tehran about partnership while telling Washington’s Iran hawks that it was “against Russia and Iran.”

Turkey would mobilize its strong DC lobbyists to push narratives from how Ankara was “fighting terrorism” to how it was challenging Russia and Iran “geopolitically.”

However, the reality was that Turkey was always working closely with Russia and Iran. It invented an imaginary “terrorist” threat from the Kurdish region of Afrin in 2018 to justify an invasion. It even pretended to be fighting ISIS when it was allowing ISIS families to transit from Raqqa to Idlib.

ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was found a few hundred meters from the Turkish border in Idlib. Turkey’s use of its lobbyists to claim it was confronting Iran was only a talking point for the Trump administration.

Even after the administration left, some of those who were close to Turkey continued to push this narrative. But even Turkey is now claiming to distance itself from some Muslim Brotherhood extremist activists in a bid to try to patch things up with Arab states in the region.

This is the long-term goal of Turkey in finding an accommodation with states in the region and bringing together its alliance with Iran and Russia to legitimize its continued occupation of parts of Syria and bases in Iraq.

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