Who saw this coming? Ah! Everyone. Turkey told to stop targeting Kurd by America, really? Just more stupid moves by America.

54 dead by car bombing,  Isis takes responsibility.

 

wait, wait,   Let me get this straight. America joins  with Turkish allies to fly bombing raids in Syria. The mission is to destroy ISIS,  yet they’re also bombing the Kurds.

 

history has told us that the Turks don’t like the Kurds…..hell man!  Have you heard of genocide.  Read some history books.  Read about kamel Attaturk.  Look into the early 1900s.

That is brilliant you can illuminate to enemies at one time. Isis is alliminated by the Turkish army/Airforce while they can take out some Kurds at the same time.

IT’S LIKE PUTTING A FOX IN CHARGE OF THE HEN HOUSE AND IT EATS ALL THE LAMBS TOO.  NO, NO, STOP TARGETTING THE LAMBS.  REALLY?

The Road to Germany: $2400

Each of the millions of Syrian refugees who have fled their brutalized, unrecognizable homeland did so for uniquely personal reasons—the regime bombarding cities, the Islamic State threatening a return to the dark ages, the loss of jobs in a crumbling economy. Yet their quests cohered around one purpose: They all wanted better lives. ¶ Some set out on a complicated journey to Europe with a crude graphic—a flowchart of the route from Turkey to Germany—as a guide. In its rudimentary geometry, refugees saw an accessible dream. In its illustrated stick figures, kicking their heels upon reaching the final destination, they saw themselves. They allowed an image, powerful and meditative in its simplicity, to shape their personal stories. ¶ FP has done the same. On the following pages, the odyssey of several refugees—men, women, and children—is presented in the form of a nonfiction comic. Each panel is based on firsthand reporting gathered by journalist Alia Malek: Captions describe real events, and speech bubbles show either direct (shaded in pink) or paraphrased quotes. ¶ Showing what happens when strangers are thrown together by adversity—how desperate alliances form and dissolve—it is a diary of an exodus from a war zone to a hopeful, if uncertain future in the West. ¶ How long the voyage to asylum would take, the refugees didn’t know; they prayed that they would survive it.

http://foreignpolicy.com/2016/01/29/the-road-to-germany-2400-refugee-syria-migrant-germany-nonfiction-comic/