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  • Originally posted by Elishar View Post

    Noooo,,Turkey is NOT " Too big to let fall "...It is not part of the EU and even its membership of NATO is now under revision,, there is no doubt that certain avaricious but not smart financiers are going to " take a bath " in Turkey but nation states don't care about them international finance is a tough business..
    As regards the new Turkey airport,,a couple of days ago while in the big city I ran into an old friend who had a faint whiff of duty free perfume...So Raisele, how was your trip...She decided to via the new turkey airport... She had to walk almost a MILE 1.6 kilometres from one plane to the next,,,there were no "little trains " and there were no moving walkways and clearly none planned,,,the airport is DOOMED...
    It is a monstrous white elephant...
    Elishar, tell her to use these buses for next time which costs about 18TL(3,5$), if she finds walking healthy, I can't talk for that


    Germany and other EU countries worked a lot for stopping the construction of the New Istanbul Airport, including to blackmail Turkiye by the claims to recognize "Armenian genocide" which they refuse Turkiye everytime as Turkiye invites them to research for mass graveyards of claimed genocide

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    • Originally posted by CaymanWolvon View Post
      Being self-blindness must be such a thing. To see others, as if you're serious, then you must first see yourself and you must be a reliable man, otherwise all you talk is complete bullshit from deepest side of bull's shit
      A contentless piece of verbal masturbation from this poster to start the post...

      Originally posted by CaymanWolvon View Post
      Despite all economic attacks, Turkish economy has grown 65billion$$$ compared to Germany's GDP growth of 55billion$$$
      This bit is kind of on-topic...

      Turkey's GDP increases in previous years was merely the result of loans flowing into the country - and subsequently pissed against the wall by going into the pockets of Erdogan cronies. Germany's GDP growth was the result of producing things which were sold and made real money.

      Originally posted by CaymanWolvon View Post
      If USA trys harder on Turkish Lira for incoming months, the world will suffer another financial similar crisis like in 2008 the countries like Australia and Israel will be deleted from world history HAHAHAHAH, no problem for Turkiye since Turkiye has completely stopped using U.S dollars and trading with Shanghai Cooperation Organization, African, South American and ASEAN countries.
      Turkey's economy is a pimple on the bum of the world...

      In any case, Europe's banks took the hint from the earlier preliminary crisis last year and ditched a lot of their exposure to Turkey. On the other hand, a country like Qatar which was "requested" to stick its sovereign fund into Turkey will get very burnt by a Turkish economic meltdown.

      Originally posted by CaymanWolvon View Post
      To compare Hitler's Germany of wonder weapons and Erdoğan's Turkiye of ray-railgun weapons, you must be complete stupid.
      Turks have been using gunpowder age weapons in century 14(perhaps earlier), which Hitler did it in century 20.
      In spite of himself, GayboyWolvon kind of stays on-topic and personally demonstrates one of the fundamental structural weaknesses of the Turkish economy - a poor education system. In this instance, he shows that his reading comprehension skills are just about zero.

      Originally posted by CaymanWolvon View Post
      So the comparison you did will just be like comparing a Killer Whale(Hitler's weapons) and a Megalodon(Erdoğan's weapons)
      As I've had said, you were going to be ocean provience of Nazi Germany in case Soviet Union hasn't had won against Nazi Germany at Stalingrad which caused by Russian-Soviet population superiority.
      As far as I know, there were around 130-140m Russians in the world in early 1900s and over 100million British including British-Americans and Britsh-Oceanians while there were 360million Chinese, the difference is too close.
      Today, there are 66million British citizen or related like Irish and there are 1.6billion Chinese. I hope you're no longer thinking that you could cope with Chinese, even though you take USA with your side, you can do nothing against a Chinese military invasion of Australia and annexation by China.
      Then to finish it off, GayboyWolvon goes into complete sulking ranting off-topic meltdown...

      Keep sulking like the sultan of sulk Erdogan, hey Gayboywolvon!!! So, instead of refuting the international press about the highly dodgy accounting of the Turkish Central Bank and the revelations in the international press about the subsequent very low real levels of foreign exchange reserves, Erdogan starts to sulk about "Syrian refugees and the burden on Turkey":

      https://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/ap...t-economy.html

      Just like you, he wants to talk off-topic crap to avoid actually discussing the Turkish economic situation

      Perhaps Erdogan shouldn't have squandered 10s of billions of dollars of Turkey's wealth getting himself and his cronies reelected...

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      • Originally posted by Gayussieinbg View Post

        A contentless piece of verbal masturbation from this poster to start the post...



        This bit is kind of on-topic...

        Turkey's GDP increases in previous years was merely the result of loans flowing into the country - and subsequently pissed against the wall by going into the pockets of Erdogan cronies. Germany's GDP growth was the result of producing things which were sold and made real money.



        Turkey's economy is a pimple on the bum of the world...

        In any case, Europe's banks took the hint from the earlier preliminary crisis last year and ditched a lot of their exposure to Turkey. On the other hand, a country like Qatar which was "requested" to stick its sovereign fund into Turkey will get very burnt by a Turkish economic meltdown.



        In spite of himself, GayboyWolvon kind of stays on-topic and personally demonstrates one of the fundamental structural weaknesses of the Turkish economy - a poor education system. In this instance, he shows that his reading comprehension skills are just about zero.



        Then to finish it off, GayboyWolvon goes into complete sulking ranting off-topic meltdown...

        Keep sulking like the sultan of sulk Erdogan, hey Gayboywolvon!!! So, instead of refuting the international press about the highly dodgy accounting of the Turkish Central Bank and the revelations in the international press about the subsequent very low real levels of foreign exchange reserves, Erdogan starts to sulk about "Syrian refugees and the burden on Turkey":

        https://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/ap...t-economy.html

        Just like you, he wants to talk off-topic crap to avoid actually discussing the Turkish economic situation

        Perhaps Erdogan shouldn't have squandered 10s of billions of dollars of Turkey's wealth getting himself and his cronies reelected...
        pathetic aussie, 2020, the next year will be your 5th year on your theories of "Collapsing Turkish economy" since 2016, coup attempt in Turkiye
        Let we say 7.4% growth of Turkish economy in 2017 was related to weapon exports and average Turkish GDP growth was 4.0%, by the economical attack after last six months of 2018, Turkish GDP has grown 2.6% as result and as of 2019, so you would expect 0.6% for 2019 Turkish GDP growth(in case no weapon export, which could maximize it by at least +1.5% over 0.6%) New Istanbul airport of which effect on GDP will be far more beneficial than GDP growth effect of the Ataturk airport to Turkish economy has also been activated.
        Ataturk Airport area: 11million m2
        New Istanbul Airport area: 76million m2 (85% more profitable based on area size)

        Cry more, we enjoy it as much as you cry, aussie the supreme gay ladyboy LOL
        Last edited by CaymanWolvon; 04-19-2019, 08:19 AM.

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        • Originally posted by CaymanWolvon View Post
          Elishar, tell her to use these buses for next time which costs about 18TL(3,5$), if she finds walking healthy, I can't talk for that
          Yes, you are a walking talking product of the Turkish education system with its lack of thinking skills, the multitudes of fake degrees and a root cause as to why the Turkish economy is crashing.

          Hint: the poster was talking about 1.6km walking inside that shopping centre pretending to be an airport terminal.

          Funny enough, you present things which are on-topic in spite of yourself boy...

          Originally posted by CaymanWolvon View Post
          Germany and other EU countries worked a lot for stopping the construction of the New Istanbul Airport, including to blackmail Turkiye by the claims to recognize "Armenian genocide" which they refuse Turkiye everytime as Turkiye invites them to research for mass graveyards of claimed genocide


          That's the bus service from Istanbul to the new airport - not some sort of shuttle service [/b]inside[/b] the terminal you imbecile. New modern airports have shuttle trains to move people to different parts of the terminal or to different terminals. Then again, you are a village boy who has never left his village and has tended goats all his life so I guess you don't have the first clue about how airports work through lack of experience

          Funny enough, in spite of yourself, you brought up something as to why Istanbul Airport is such a white elephant waste of money and a poorly designed piece of shit. Absolutely no

          You have to travel 40or 50km from the city to get there - and you can only do it by bus, taxi or car. Block the highway and suddenly passengers don't have an alternative means of getting there.

          Unlike just about any city in the world with a substantial international airport, there's no metro to the new Istanbul one. They are supposed to be constructing a metro, but I doubt it will be completed given the debt situation of Turkey right now.... So, in the meantime, people have to rely on a primitive bus system to get from Istanbul to the airport...

          Talking about bus companies, here's a Turkish bus company that is a victim of Erdogan's economic miracle story:

          A court in the western province of İzmir has ruled for the bankruptcy of Pamukkale Turizm, one of Turkey’s oldest coach services company.
          Pamukkale had applied to a commercial court for concordat in late October last year. The court had given related parties three months to apply against the company’s concordat request.
          A concordat aims to protect both the debtors in poor financial standing as well as their creditors. In the event that a debtor and a creditor agree on a concordat, the debtor clears its debts by paying the debt in line with the agreement stipulated under the concordat.
          The court also examined Pamukkale’s financial situation over this three-month period.
          On Jan. 24, the İzmir court argued that it is impossible for Pamukkale to carry out its commercial operations. It rejected the company’s request for a concordat and ruled for the bankruptcy of the coach services company.
          In a statement issued in October last year, Pamukkale said that it was forced to seek a debt restructuring because of the hardship caused by the economic situation.
          A court in the western province of İzmir has ruled for the bankruptcy of Pamukkale Turizm, one of Turkey’s oldest coach services company.
          Pamukkale had applied to a commercial court for concordat in late October last year. The court had given related parties three months to apply against the company’s concordat request.
          A concordat aims to protect both the debtors in poor financial standing as well as their creditors. In the event that a debtor and a creditor agree on a concordat, the debtor clears its debts by paying the debt in line with the agreement stipulated under the concordat.
          The court also examined Pamukkale’s financial situation over this three-month period.
          On Jan. 24, the İzmir court argued that it is impossible for Pamukkale to carry out its commercial operations. It rejected the company’s request for a concordat and ruled for the bankruptcy of the coach services company.
          In a statement issued in October last year, Pamukkale said that it was forced to seek a debt restructuring because of the hardship caused by the economic situation.
          At that time, the company had employed 3,500 people.
          http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/cou...mukkale-140746

          I bet it was all a western conspiracy that people were no longer travelling on buses in Turkey

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          • Originally posted by Gayussieinbg View Post

            Yes, you are a walking talking product of the Turkish education system with its lack of thinking skills, the multitudes of fake degrees and a root cause as to why the Turkish economy is crashing.

            Hint: the poster was talking about 1.6km walking inside that shopping centre pretending to be an airport terminal.

            Funny enough, you present things which are on-topic in spite of yourself boy...




            That's the bus service from Istanbul to the new airport - not some sort of shuttle service [/b]inside[/b] the terminal you imbecile. New modern airports have shuttle trains to move people to different parts of the terminal or to different terminals. Then again, you are a village boy who has never left his village and has tended goats all his life so I guess you don't have the first clue about how airports work through lack of experience :roll yes:

            Funny enough, in spite of yourself, you brought up something as to why Istanbul Airport is such a white elephant waste of money and a poorly designed piece of shit. Absolutely no

            You have to travel 40or 50km from the city to get there - and you can only do it by bus, taxi or car. Block the highway and suddenly passengers don't have an alternative means of getting there.

            Unlike just about any city in the world with a substantial international airport, there's no metro to the new Istanbul one. They are supposed to be constructing a metro, but I doubt it will be completed given the debt situation of Turkey right now.... So, in the meantime, people have to rely on a primitive bus system to get from Istanbul to the airport...

            Talking about bus companies, here's a Turkish bus company that is a victim of Erdogan's economic miracle story:



            http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/cou...mukkale-140746

            I bet it was all a western conspiracy that people were no longer travelling on buses in Turkey :rolley es:

            Obviously, you're a living, a breathing proof of narrow-minded and fool being shaped in human body, that's enough to prove Australian's failed education system meanwhile our economy's strong standing despite economical attacks and our technology's rising is enough to prove how successful our education system is
            That's nothing surprising for Bus firms to go bankruptcy since there have been existed alternative transportation ways including local airports and fast trains.
            While there are such transportation systems,who would like to travel with city buses, mr.aussie the narrow-mind?

            Since the beginning of Justice and Development Party(AKP):
            *26 New airports were built
            *Fast train projects:
            *Istanbul-Ankara-Konya are ready, rest are under construction
            To be fair more about Pamukkale subject, Pamukkale's requests of credit began in 2016, it's nothing new, till the time, TL-Dollar value compared to minimum wage was between 0.26% to 0.28%, which was same for past years so impossible to be effected by it in a short time.



            I can't wait to see economical collapse of Australia, EU countries and USA then annexation by China LOOL

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            • Originally posted by aussieinbg View Post

              Yes, you are a walking talking product of the Turkish education system with its lack of thinking skills, the multitudes of fake degrees and a root cause as to why the Turkish economy is crashing.

              Hint: the poster was talking about 1.6km walking inside that shopping centre pretending to be an airport terminal.

              Funny enough, you present things which are on-topic in spite of yourself boy...




              That's the bus service from Istanbul to the new airport - not some sort of shuttle service [/b]inside[/b] the terminal you imbecile. New modern airports have shuttle trains to move people to different parts of the terminal or to different terminals. Then again, you are a village boy who has never left his village and has tended goats all his life so I guess you don't have the first clue about how airports work through lack of experience

              Funny enough, in spite of yourself, you brought up something as to why Istanbul Airport is such a white elephant waste of money and a poorly designed piece of shit. Absolutely no

              You have to travel 40or 50km from the city to get there - and you can only do it by bus, taxi or car. Block the highway and suddenly passengers don't have an alternative means of getting there.

              Unlike just about any city in the world with a substantial international airport, there's no metro to the new Istanbul one. They are supposed to be constructing a metro, but I doubt it will be completed given the debt situation of Turkey right now.... So, in the meantime, people have to rely on a primitive bus system to get from Istanbul to the airport...

              Talking about bus companies, here's a Turkish bus company that is a victim of Erdogan's economic miracle story:



              http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/cou...mukkale-140746

              I bet it was all a western conspiracy that people were no longer travelling on buses in Turkey :rolle yes:


              China will soon replace United Kingdom flag in your national flag design and you'll even be disgraced as much as couldn't tell your grandsons about your australian white lineages as being forcibly occupied by China hahahah

              And I bet this will make you cry a long time more, go play in sand, make castles from sand instead of messing with Erdoğan the Great, pathetic aussie :
              Last edited by CaymanWolvon; 04-20-2019, 09:14 AM.

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              • Who need buses when turks have goats and donkeys....win win



                LOL

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                • Originally posted by CaymanWolvon View Post
                  Obviously, you're a living, a breathing proof of narrow-minded and fool being shaped in human body, that's enough to prove Australian's failed education system meanwhile our economy's strong standing despite economical attacks and our technology's rising is enough to prove how successful our education system is
                  Turkey’s education system does not comply with global standards and improvements must be made to raise quality, Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) Director Andreas Schleicher has told daily Habertürk.
                  “In a changing world there is a need for various different skills. But the Turkish system does not comply with this [need]. The Turkish education system is carrying on in the same way while the world continues to turn. When we considered the issue relatively, Turkey’s performance is not keeping pace,” Schleicher said in an interview published on Nov. 13.
                  He said the educationsystem in Turkey too often stresses “memorizing” at the expense of “creative thinking.”
                  “Turkish students are very good when the task is just recreating knowledge they have learned or putting something they have memorized on paper. But they have difficulty applying their knowledge in a creative way. Unfortunately, the areas where Turkish students excel are no longer important in the world,” Schleicher noted.
                  http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/tur...irector-122357

                  Originally posted by CaymanWolvon View Post
                  That's nothing surprising for Bus firms to go bankruptcy since there have been existed alternative transportation ways including local airports and fast trains.
                  "Fast trains" are only a tiny part of Turkey's infrastructure. A far bigger one is staring you in the face but you are too big of a moron to spot it - people don't have the money to spend on bus trips any more.

                  Originally posted by CaymanWolvon View Post
                  While there are such transportation systems,who would like to travel with city buses, mr.aussie the narrow-mind?
                  The people travelling to Istanbul Airport - which doesn't have any sort of metro or train services

                  Originally posted by CaymanWolvon View Post
                  Since the beginning of Justice and Development Party(AKP):
                  *26 New airports were built
                  *Fast train projects:
                  *Istanbul-Ankara-Konya are ready, rest are under construction
                  To be fair more about Pamukkale subject, Pamukkale's requests of credit began in 2016, it's nothing new, till the time, TL-Dollar value compared to minimum wage was between 0.26% to 0.28%, which was same for past years so impossible to be effected by it in a short time.
                  Note in your map how little of this imaginary high-speed train network has actually been built. Even part of the Istanbul-Ankara line is not genuine high-speed track but uses conventional rail - so yet again typical bluff and bullshit going on...

                  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-speed_rail_in_Turkey

                  Among the other bluff and bullshit we observe with this project, they don't even make allowance for such basic things associated with high speed trains such as a high-speed signalling network. Hence we observe this:



                  https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/...051334317.html

                  As for the rest of it getting built - where's Turkey going to get the $118 billion to refinance the debt that they already have to refinance this year, let alone for new projects? Turkey's economy is s train wreck (pun intended).

                  Originally posted by CaymanWolvon View Post
                  I can't wait to see economical collapse of Australia, EU countries and USA then annexation by China LOOL
                  Keep sulking if it makes you feel any better.

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                  • Originally posted by aussieinbg View Post



                    http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/tur...irector-122357



                    "Fast trains" are only a tiny part of Turkey's infrastructure. A far bigger one is staring you in the face
                    *Southeastern Anatolians are using passenger planes just because it's too long distance.
                    *Northeastern Anatolians(Eastern Blacksea) are the only ones minimally using city buses.
                    *Western Anatolians are using fast-trains and civilian cars.
                    You've a brain that couldn't process it.

                    Originally posted by aussieinbg View Post
                    but you are too big of a moron to spot it - people don't have the money to spend on bus trips any more.
                    what a crying aussie ansuck boy, I know that perspective, perspective of a poor, you don't have money doesn't mean other people don't

                    Originally posted by aussieinbg View Post
                    Major population of Turkiye are living in the cities like Istanbul


                    The people travelling to Istanbul Airport - which doesn't have any sort of metro or train services :roll eyes:
                    You've clearly got a perception problem, I remember I've explained it with Havabus where you can reach to center of Istanbul in 10-20 minutes because the highways are newly built and empty.

                    Originally posted by aussieinbg View Post
                    Note in your map how little of this imaginary high-speed train network has actually been built. Even part of the Istanbul-Ankara line is not genuine high-speed track but uses conventional rail - so yet again typical bluff and bullshit going on...

                    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-speed_rail_in_Turkey

                    Among the other bluff and bullshit we observe with this project, they don't even make allowance for such basic things associated with high speed trains such as a high-speed signalling network. Hence we observe this:
                    Istanbul-Ankara is high-speed rail with 250km/h and Ankara-Konya is 300km/h speed you pathetic fool australian, even a time please surprise me and don't write it with incompleted research
                    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yüksek_Hızlı_Tren




                    Originally posted by aussieinbg View Post
                    [im g]https://www.aljazeera.com/mritems/Images/2018/12/13/1c71e8941f054fa586395d54d6c4b8f3_ 18.j pg[/i mg]

                    https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/...051334317.html

                    As for the rest of it getting built - where's Turkey going to get the $118 billion to refinance the debt that they already have to refinance this year, let alone for new projects? Turkey's economy is s train wreck (pun intended).



                    Keep sulking if it makes you feel any better.
                    How pathetic as invisible accidents are aussie's only hope to prevent development of Turkiye, have you fallen such a way? You're behaving multi-standarts as always, as you've never lived any train accident in your national history and or it's unusual at worldwide, here see :


                    2018, Australia, train accidents :
                    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-a...-idUSKCN1NA0YU

                    Full-Scale from 1800s to present, Australia, train accidents :
                    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...s_in_Australia
                    Last edited by CaymanWolvon; 04-20-2019, 09:12 AM.

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                    • Originally posted by CaymanWolvon View Post
                      *Southeastern Anatolians are using passenger planes just because it's too long distance.
                      *Northeastern Anatolians(Eastern Blacksea) are the only ones minimally using city buses.
                      *Western Anatolians are using fast-trains and civilian cars.
                      Meanwhile, gasoline consumption has been falling across Turkey - far fewer people are travelling in either buses or private cars. Similarly, aviation fuel consumption has also fallen - less people travelling by plane.

                      We can also observe the plummeting number of passenger cars and other vehicles being sold across Turkey.

                      Originally posted by CaymanWolvon View Post
                      You've a brain that couldn't process it.
                      Of course your brain can't handle it - your brain is the product of a demonstrably broken Turkish education system.

                      Originally posted by CaymanWolvon View Post
                      what a crying aussie ansuck boy, I know that perspective, perspective of a poor, you don't have money doesn't mean other people don't
                      I guess selling your arse to Saudi and Iranian sex tourists is probably still bringing in enough currency to allow you to continue taking buses

                      Originally posted by CaymanWolvon View Post
                      You've clearly got a perception problem, I remember I've explained it with Havabus where you can reach to center of Istanbul in 10-20 minutes because the highways are newly built and empty.
                      The highway to the airport is another white elephant. Very few people are flying in and out of the "worlds biggest airport" - only about 500 000 over the first 5 months. Where are the 200 million passengers Turkish media keep talking about??? Perhaps we should refer to Istanbul Airport as the world's biggest white elephant airport

                      Originally posted by CaymanWolvon View Post
                      Istanbul-Ankara is high-speed rail with 250km/h and Ankara-Konya is 300km/h speed you pathetic fool australian, even a time please surprise me and don't write it with incompleted research
                      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yüksek_Hızlı_Tren
                      Only on the completed sections of track on an incomplete high-speed railway

                      Originally posted by CaymanWolvon View Post
                      How pathetic as invisible accidents are aussie's only hope to prevent development of Turkiye, have you fallen such a way?
                      Rail accidents in Turkey are definitely not invisible in spite of government efforts to cover them up:





                      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%87...ain_derailment

                      You talk about high speed rail networks yet Turkey can't even keep the slow ones that they have safe....

                      Originally posted by CaymanWolvon View Post
                      poster is having an off-topic ranting sulk about Australian railways, trying to derail the topic about the Turkish economy
                      Yes, you are a product of the Turkish education system aren't you? Total inability to keep to a topic and demonstrated poor reading comprehension skills. Parroting some crap you've read on a Turkish web site I guess...

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                      • Originally posted by aussieinbg View Post

                        Meanwhile, gasoline consumption has been falling across Turkey - far fewer people are travelling in either buses or private cars. Similarly, aviation fuel consumption has also fallen - less people travelling by plane.
                        aussie ansuck's hoping never ends, Entire Middle East oil pipeline and Meditterranean oil is under Turkish control aussie ansuck, that's the main reason for you're politically attacking to Turkish government.
                        In Australia, everything is outdated but newers will never come for the outdated ones meanwhile in Turkiye, newer things are coming for every outdated thing:
                        2004 Istanbul buses:


                        2019 Istanbul buses:



                        Meanwhile in Australia LOL(GOD takes it from you as it has once given, you can't praise yourself for the things that haven't been given for yourself)

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                        • Originally posted by aussieinbg View Post




                          Of course your brain can't handle it - your brain is the product of a demonstrably broken Turkish education system.




                          Yes, you are a product of the Turkish education system aren't you? Total inability to keep to a topic and demonstrated poor reading comprehension skills. Parroting some crap you've read on a Turkish web site I guess...
                          Look at the man who criticizes Turkish education system and his economically failed country with full of debts
                          Here we call debted people as brainless who surpass their debts by spending That apparently shows actually your country's education system is complete fail.
                          To compare, only our Aselsan company's software engineers are enough to whole Australian software developer brainpower LOL, Australia will soon be in situation in Germany as couldn't even do maintenance for their outdated national jets and military vehicles

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                          • Originally posted by aussieinbg View Post

                            Meanwhile, gasoline consumption has been falling across Turkey - far fewer people are travelling in either buses or private cars. Similarly, aviation fuel consumption has also fallen - less people travelling by plane.
                            There are multiple kinds of fuel other than oil but imperialists only see oil as a fuel type, we've got electric and oil-gas(LPG) as alternative but most important we've got Meditterranean and Middle Eastern oil sources alongside pipelines passing through Turkiye. USA is escaping from Middle East as forced by Turkiye, Iran and Russia as without stealing its oil by pipelines, aussie, then what you gonna do when it doesn't have enough oil to defend your ass?

                            Originally posted by aussieinbg View Post
                            We can also observe the plummeting number of passenger cars and other vehicles being sold across Turkey.
                            car sales change nothing aussie ansuck, we've got tens of domestic car projects with 100% electric, natural, diesel engine projects which are just launced and ready for serial production alongside our oil-gas sources in Meditterranean sources, what have you got for your future? I can't hear? NOTHING? oh what a pathetic ansuck won't be among us earth nation residents LOL
                            Experts are in same opinion with me, Turkiye has got a rate of 0.6% growth for 2019(which would mean complete economical collapse for EU countries and as proportional, for USA and Australia, then following will be Chinese invasion of Australia HAHAHAH)

                            Originally posted by aussieinbg View Post
                            I guess selling your arse to Saudi and Iranian sex tourists is probably still bringing in enough currency to allow you to continue taking buses
                            aussie ansuck's perspective, he thinks every country's nation behaves like australians LOL

                            Originally posted by aussieinbg View Post

                            The highway to the airport is another white elephant. Very few people are flying in and out of the "worlds biggest airport" - only about 500 000 over the first 5 months. Where are the 200 million passengers Turkish media keep talking about??? Perhaps we should refer to Istanbul Airport as the world's biggest white elephant airport ; )
                            Why are you talking such early as Ataturk airport has newly moved to New Istanbul airport about a week ago? Because that's the only way would work for you? You've finished the race before the start flag waved which is extremely a fool way. You're a fool guy which has a long distance to honest being. Ok I understand you, you were stupid to wait past 5 months as thinking if Istanbul airport was active which was actually not, then you must wait another 5 months to prove your stupid being and to see statistics of New Istanbul Airport which will make you crying as always

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                            • Three huge retard turk crybaby rants in a row gayboypedo wahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh wahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh wahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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                              • Cayman_wolvon said " Entire middle east oil pipeline and meditteranean oil pipeline is under Turkish control.."..
                                Believe me,,, any oil pipeline owned by Russia is NOT under Turkey control,who says so ? Russian cruise missiles...
                                Now ! meditteranean pipeline,,remind me please, this pipeline goes from where to where ?
                                When ISIS was stealing Iraqi oil for sale to Turkey the oil did not go by meditteranean pipeline, Turkish trucks and stolen Iraqi trucks were being used to transport the stolen oil from Iraq to turkey and no one from the west was doing much about it,so Putin from the east said I Vladimeer Vladimeerovitz Putin want those trucks Rect and they were wrecked by Russian airpower within 36 hours...FIXED...
                                Libya exports oil but their pipelines do NOT cross Turkey land...

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