Russia-China-Turkey and the East Growing Closer Together!



Genesis 10:1-5 – Now these are the generations of the sons of Noah, Shem, Ham, and Japheth: and unto them were sons born after the flood. [2] The sons of Japheth; Gomer, and Magog, and Madai, and Javan, and Tubal, and Meshech, and Tiras. [3] And the sons of Gomer; Ashkenaz, and Riphath, and Togarmah. [4] And the sons of Javan; Elishah, and Tarshish, Kittim, and Dodanim. [5] By these were the isles of the Gentiles divided in their lands; every one after his tongue, after their families, in their nations.

Gog is the Chief Prince of Meshech and Tubal – These two tribes settled in what is called “Greater Syria” today.

Togarmah was the son of Gomer – The tribe of Togarmah settled north of Meshech and Tubal in what is now known as Turkey.

The Scythians were diverse groups of militaristic Iranic pastoralists. These groups inhabited the western and central Eurasian steppe lands during the Iron Age, the area known to classical Greek sources as “Scythia”. Their historical appearance coincided with the rise of equestrian semi-nomadism from the Carpathian Mountains of Europe to Mongolia in the Far East during the 1st millennium BC. The “classical Scythians” known to ancient Greek historians were located in the northern Black Sea and fore-Caucasus region. However, other Scythian groups encountered in Near Eastern and Achaemenid sources existed in Central Asia.

The Jewish historian Josephus identified the Magogites of Ezekiel as the Scythians.

The Magog tribe settled further north than any of the tribes and became known as the Scythians. They then spread further east and west on dry land than the other tribes. The old Soviet Union was their location. In Ezekiel’s day was known as “the land of Magog.” Today it would be what was known as the Soviet Union during the “Cold War.”

April 27, 2013

Ezekiel 38:3-6 – And say, Thus saith the Lord God; Behold I am against thee, O Gog, the chief prince of Meshech and Tubal: [4] And I will turn thee back, and put hooks into thy jaws, and I will bring thee forth, and all thine army, horses and horsemen, all of them clothed with all sorts of armour, even a great company with bucklers and shields, all of them handling swords: [5] Persia, Ethiopia, and Libya with them; all of them with shield and helmet: [6] Gomer, and all his bands; the house of Togarmah of the north quarters, and all his bands: and many people with thee.

PM “Benedict Arnold” Erdogan shall make Turkey One of Ten Horns

I have Known for almost 40 years Turkey would be among the Ten

SCO Wants Turkey To Pull Out of NATO and To Stay Out Of The EU!

Begin Excerpt from The Tower via Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs/Daily Alert

Has Turkey Betrayed the West?

James Kirchick

April 27, 2013

On Jan. 25, Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan announced that his government was interested in joining the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), which includes Russia, China, and the four post-Soviet Central Asian republics. But SCO members cannot simultaneously be members of NATO. As Turkey’s campaign to join the EU remains stalled, Erdogan’s gaze has turned eastward. In January, he said that if Russian President Putin chooses to “include us” in the SCO, “we will forget about the EU.” (The Tower)

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Begin Excerpt from Turkish Weekly Net News

March 13, 2013

Following the brutal suppression of the riots staged in Andijan (Uzbekistan) and the so-called Tulip Revolution in Kyrgyzstan, both of which took place in 2005; an SCO summit was assembled in Astana (Kazakhstan) in the summer of the same year. The final declaration put forward by the Astana Summit of 2005 was bitter, criticizing the U.S. and Western attitudes regarding both events, even though implicitly. Washington was condemned with trying to superimpose its hegemony over the whole world and Eurasia in particular. In the immediate aftermath of the summit, an extensive military exercise was conducted under the umbrella of SCO in August 2005. With the exercise and the subsequent declaration, it was demanded from the U.S. to retreat from its military bases in Central Asia as soon as possible. Furthermore, it became more evident that one of the major goals of SCO was (and still is) to minimize the political and military influence of Western countries within the region. As one may remember, the organization had also denied granting observer status to the U.S. and the EU over its activities in the past.

In 2012, after a round of rocket fire from Gaza aimed at Israel, followed by Israeli retaliatory strikes, Erdogan demanded that Israel must stop ‘massacre’ of Palestinians in Gaza, saying that it was a part of an Israeli campaign of “genocide” against the Palestinean people.

In February 2013, Erdogan called Zionism a “crime against humanity”, comparing it to Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, and fascism. He later walked back the statement, saying he had been misinterpreted.

For centuries, Turkey and Russia have been rivals for regional supremacy. With the rise of the Erdoğan government, the two countries have realised that friendly relations are in the interest of both. Accordingly, co-operation rather than rivalry appears to dominate the ties. In 2002, trade between Turkey and Russia was worth some $5 billion. By the end of 2011, this figure reached $32 billion.

In December 2004, President Putin visited Turkey. This was the first Presidential visit in the history of Turkish-Russian relations besides that of the Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, Nikolai Podgorny in 1972. In November 2005, Putin attended the inauguration of a jointly constructed Blue Stream natural gas pipeline in Turkey. This sequence of top-level visits has brought several important bilateral issues to the forefront. The two countries consider it their strategic goal to achieve “multidimensional co-operation”, especially in the fields of energy, transport and the military. Specifically, Russia aims to invest in Turkey’s fuel and energy industries, and it also expects to participate in tenders for the modernisation of Turkey’s military.

President Medvedev described Turkey as “one of our most important partners with respect to regional and international issues… We can confidently say that Russian-Turkish relations have advanced to the level of a multidimensional strategic partnership.”

On 12 May 2010, Ankara and Moscow signed 17 agreements to enhance cooperation in energy and other fields, including pacts to build Turkey’s first nuclear power plant and furthering plans for an oil pipeline from the Black Sea to the Mediterranean Sea. The leaders of both countries have also signed an agreement on visa-free travel. Tourists will be able to get into the country for free and stay there for up to 30 days.

Begin Excerpt from our Blog Arachive on October 17, 2007

Turkey drawing closer to Iran in fighting Kurds and to Syria through Bilateral Ties!

October 17, 2007

Recent developments, particularly in the last six months, show a very definite trend of Russia and China drawing closer together against the U.S. and Israel as demonstrated by massive military exercises practiced along their borders, secular Turkey returning to its Islamic roots amid contacts with Iran and Syria, and the former Soviet Union countries around the Caspian Sea showing how their majority Islamic occupants are linking with Islam rather then the West. The final act on the world stage is preparing itself for an eventual war in which Israel will find herself driven into the Negev, where she will remain for some three and one half years prior to Armageddon and the Second Advent of Messiah.

Begin Daily Star Article

Assad visits Turkey, may push for help reviving talks with Israel

Compiled by Daily Star Staff

October 17, 2007

Syrian President Bashar Assad arrived in Turkey Tuesday for a four-day visit to discuss regional issues and bilateral ties, Anatolia news agency reported. Assad was to dine with Turkish counterpart Abdullah Gul on Tuesday evening ahead of formal talks on Wednesday that will include meetings with Premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Foreign Minister Ali Babacan.

He will also travel to Istanbul before wrapping up his visit on Friday.

Last week, Assad said in interviews with two Tunisian newspapers that Turkey was trying to mediate between Syria and Israel. Turkey has close ties to Israel.

The visit comes weeks after Israeli warplanes carried out an airstrike in northeastern Syria near the border with Turkey against a target that remains unknown, though widespread reports say it may have been a nascent nuclear facility, a claim Syria has denied.

Turkey complained to Israel about the September 6 strike because the aircraft dropped fuel tanks on its territory during the incursion. Assad has said the planes struck an empty warehouse, but both Syria and Israel have been unusually silent over the incident.

Turkish-Syrian relations have improved in recent years since a long period of animosity ended in 1998 when Damascus forced Turkish Kurd rebel Abdullah Ocalan to leave his long-time safe haven in Syria. Ocalan was subsequently captured in Kenya in 1999 and jailed for life.

Ankara believes it can use the thaw as leverage to help ease Middle East tensions, drawing also on its close ties with both Israel and the Palestinians.

Turkey’s foreign minister visited both Israel and Syria earlier in October.

“We have told them [the Turks] that our stance toward peace does not change. All we want is a clear declaration by Israeli officials of their desire for peace and the return of [occupied] land to Syria,” the Syrian president said. – Agencies

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