Ankara Bombing: The Sykes-Picot Plot Unfolds
May 23 (LPAC)--The bombing which killed six and injured up to 100 in the Turkish capital of Ankara, yesterday, should be seen as the unfolding of a British plan to regain control of Southwest Asia along the lines of the secret 1916 agreement with France known as.
According to a report in the Turkish daily Sabah , nobody claimed responsibility for the attack, in which a a suicide bomber blew himself up in a crowded Ankara shopping center during the evening rush hour. International media are inclined to blame the Iraq-based Kurdish Workers Party (PKK).
The British aim is not limited to a destabilization, but dismemberment of the country through ethnic conflict and civil war.
Turkey has been asking the U.S. and Iraqi governments to take concrete steps to combat the PKK presence in northern Iraq, but complains that that no action has been taken to expel PKK nor to cut off financial support to the group.
Last month, Chief of General Staff Yasar Buyukanit said that a military operation must be launched to crack down on the PKK camps in northern Iraq. Turkish secularist opposition parties have been also pressing for a military incursion into Iraq.
The U.S. opposes Turkish military action, which Washington fears could destabilize northern Iraq, the most tranquil part of the country and could alienate Iraqi Kurds, the most pro-American group in the region.