Turkey and Greece Go To War
"Everything cries for peace, Schalom! Then it will occur - a new Middle East war suddenly flames up, big naval forces are facing hostility in the Mediterranean - the situation is strained ..."
"The tidal waves in the Mediterranean Sea region, through use of nuclear weapons, will reach a very great height over the Adriatic (Balkans and Italy) originating from the North (Russia). The explosions are clearly noticeable here."
The last major confrontation between the two countries occurred in July and August 1974 on the island of Cyprus. It was the culmination of civil unrest on the island that began during the Bloody Christmas of December 1963 which almost led to a major war in 1964, but was prevented by American diplomatic pressure ordered by US President Lyndon Johnson.
The 1974 War was the first major conflict fought by the two nations since the Greco-Turkish War of 1919-1922, a consequence of the First World War.
Using the base 7 system, a war like the one fought in 1974, should have occurred in 1975. Thus, being an early fulfillment of historical repetition, it also represents the last important reset of any pattern begun by the 1919 conflict, thus resetting the target year from 1975 to 1974. July 1974 next comes up in July 2023.
It will likely be the worst fighting since the 1919-22 campaign. By that time Turkey will have Russia and Iran as military allies, making any conflict with Greece one of several that could ignite World War III in Europe. It could also trigger the Biblical prophecy in the book of Daniel concerning a future leader of "Grecia" countering offensives by Iran (Persia) into the Balkans and Italy. Effectively it would be part of a larger war between the EU and a fragmented NATO against a revanchist Russian empire allied with Syria, Turkey, a Shi'a controlled Iraq, and Iran with the battlefields being in Europe and the Middle East. At some point Iran and Turkey have a falling out and Iran and Russia take over that country.
From an Islamic prophecy perspective, this may be part of what is often called "the War in the Byzantine Empire."
Late fulfillment (2 years, 2 months deadline): September 2025.
I think by 2025, if not before, this historical correction period of 2 years, 2 months ... or a little more as we are finding out in Hong Kong ... will be over.
ANKARA - Without mentioning Turkey keeps invading Greek airspace and plans to drill for energy off Greek islands, Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said Greece is responsible for provocations amid fears it could lead to a conflict.
Since the beginning of the year, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has revamped a defence agreement with the United States, sent a warship to join a French naval battle group and agreed to deliver a batch of U.S.-made Patriot missiles to Saudi Arabia to guard energy facilities, the AFP said.
NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) - The US backs energy-based partnerships in the eastern Mediterranean that bolster political cooperation and prosperity and is urging against "provocative actions" that undermine stability, a government official said Wednesday.
Greece's prime minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, has welcomed a decision by France to dispatch war frigates to the eastern Mediterranean as a standoff with Turkey over regional energy reserves intensifies. With tensions between Athens and Ankara causing growing international alarm, Mitsotakis described the vessels as "guarantors of peace".
The Israel Defense Forces published its annual intelligence assessment Jan. 15 and for the first time reportedly included the aggressive regional policies of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as a top danger to watch, but it does not foresee a direct confrontation with Turkey in 2020.
ANKARA-Anadolu Agency Greece, arming 16 out of 23 islands with non-military status, in violation of agreements in the Aegean sea, should act in accordance with international law, Turkey's defense minister has said. Speaking in his visit to Turkey's missile producer Roketsan on Jan.
(Bloomberg) -- Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar asked Greece to demilitarize 16 Aegean islands near Turkey he claims were illegally armed, in a move that may exacerbate strains in the countries' relations."We expect Greece to act in line with international law and the agreements it has signed," state-run
Turkey's provocations towards Greece have no end with Turkey adding a new claim and a point of dispute each and every day. This time the demilitarization of Greek islands was put on the agenda. Defense Minister Hulusi Akar demanded that 16 Greek islands in the Aegean Sea should be demilitarized.
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