HEROiN-i CEDiD ORDUSU : HAYDi SINIRA ! 2010 ! 12 EYLÜL'DE EVET !
video broadcasted in 09.2010 LETS GO BORDER ! EYLUL 2010 // '' NEW HERO-iN ARMY ''
wp.me/pPB7v-6C 26-07-2010 heroin-i cedid-ordusu ( Üstün Gençsivil’in Suleymaniye’den vereceği haberin belgesi )
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The news that “border security will be left to civilian forces following an EU project” was broadcast on Turkish television in summer 2010. In response, Spamullah of Nottoman News Agency, chief interpreter of disinformation, obtained documents from a noptimistic future regarding this project, code-named “New Hero-in Army” (Heroin-i Cedid Ordusu), and shared these documents with the public in July 2010.
Spamullah has now commented on the developments on the southern borders for the new mediatic academia. He has pointed out that as the “New Hero-in Army” model was being marketed in strategic depth, the door to palaverel universes was opened in Hatay (another city where three religions unite and the war for democracullah can be successfully waged) instead of Mardin, capital of interfaith dialogue. This did not prevent Tolerance brand border-security electronics and Dialog brand human-security intelligence equipment from becoming part of people’s daily lives.
He has also underlined the fact that, as the Dreamperialist Ottoman Project is being realized, Whitewater-authorized international defense-consulting institutions are working with an efficiency reminiscent of sustainable civilian NATO army models based on volunteering and salary-receiving principles, and that this transnational process has gained the support of pre-1980s retired counterguerrillas. However, Spamullah says, “designing the avatars and uniforms, as well as the decoration of vehicles that carry soldiers and ammunition, has been postponed to safeguard the Army Brotherhood of Freedoom Cihadists.”
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