Turkey let Frankenstein of terror loose in Mideast: Analyst



Turkey let Frankenstein of terror loose in Mideast:  Analyst

… by  Jim W. Dean, VT Editor     … with  Press TV, Tehran,  on “The Debate”


[ Note:  These half-hour format shows are nice to get from time to time, as you have more time to dig down into things. This is the second time I have been on with Weiss, from the NeoCon Hudson Institute… although he is not one of their junk-yard dog people. They sometimes have these shows on YouTube at 720p, but finding them is the trick. Next year we hope to be doing some of our own Skype TV shows. ]


An analyst says Turkey’s policy of providing support for the militants in Syria let the “Frankenstein” of terror loose in the Middle East.

You can view the Press TV 23 minute program here.



Political analyst Jim W. Dean said that, by providing support to the militants, Turkish officials let.

“Frankenstein loose all over the region, which is the last thing the region needs, because no matter what happens in Syria, all of these people with all of these fighting experience, they are going to be looking for another fight to get into and we are going to be living with this possibly for decades.”

A year into the crisis in Syria, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan sided with the West, Dean said.

Calling Erdogan’s policy in supporting militants in Syria a ‘horrible mistake,’ Dean added that Erdogan then started fully supporting the militants in Syria, “[providing] training facilities, [etc.] really quite more than has been in the newspapers.”

Syria has been gripped by deadly violence since 2011.

According to reports, the Western powers and their regional allies – especially Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey – are supporting the foreign-backed militants operating inside the country.


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