Turkey Drifts Toward Tyranny

Art by Michael Ramirez

Turkey Drift Towards Tyranny

USA –-(Ammoland.com)- Turkey Drifts Toward Tyranny.

For the first time since Ankara joined NATO in 1952, the unthinkable is now on the table for policymakers in Donald Trump’s administration: should Turkey be kicked out of the West’s most important military alliance?

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  • 7 thoughts on “Turkey Drifts Toward Tyranny

    1. Explains why they want $1,500.00 for a 12 ga upper, a blatant 500% markup. They need money to give the evolving commie government.

    2. I think tech companies still have many jobs filled with Turks that you get when you call for help on an electrical product.
      Time to drain these jobs from a hostile government and it is definitely time to get the nukes out of their reach.

    3. The U.S. has only 1 base left in turkey . Fifty years ago (times and gov.have changed) we had a few more bases there, to protect the free world.Like I said ,times and govs have changed,and so has the area.

      1. We have a dozen nuclear weapons stored at Incirlic Air Force Base. Doesn’t seem like a good idea to me.

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