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This video is for Mr. Yaşar, who calls Baykar a capitalist. Maybe he'll change his mind.

Also, Özdemir Bayraktar, I beg mercy from my Allah.
 

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A private company is by definition capitalistic. Nothing wrong with that either, it's just a fact. We have a free market economy in Turkey. We're not a communist country, after all.
 

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**A private company is by definition capitalistic.**

No, since the owner of a private company is not a state, or exists in a capitalist order, it cannot necessarily be considered capitalist.

The aims of the companies, the way they are managed, the purposes they serve, the way their owners think make them capitalists. But calling Baykar a capitalist is a huge mistake. Unless, of course, you have an ulterior motive.

A company that gives all its technical assets to the state free of charge cannot be a capitalist.

The video in my previous post is a clear proof of this.

 

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Later, in a sector where there are so many large companies and powerful states, a small start-up company emerged and built an unmanned aircraft that could compete with this latest generation manned aircraft. The warplane industry, which has survived to this day, is almost in danger of disappearing in a vacuum.
Really? Just So you know, nothing is disappearing or going to dissappear in vacuum.

If anyone has a chance to look eye to eye at lockheed Martin or BAE system in next 15/20 years it is TUSAS not Baykar.
 

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Really? Just So you know, nothing is disappearing or going to dissappear in vacuum.

If anyone has a chance to look eye to eye at lockheed Martin or BAE system in next 15/20 years it is TUSAS not Baykar.
Time brings many surprises. Generally, if public institutions are not supported by the state, they always fall behind.

The Turkish defense industry will also become privatized over time. It will grow in private companies. Especially dynamic idealist patriotic initiatives like Baykar.

Look, Tusaş is producing products with the support of a whole world from the state. Baykar, on the other hand, is walking with his own resources. Even that is a big sign.
 

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Really? Just So you know, nothing is disappearing or going to dissappear in vacuum.

If anyone has a chance to look eye to eye at lockheed Martin or BAE system in next 15/20 years it is TUSAS not Baykar.
To be honest,its baykar that will perform much better in future.
They are just exceptional...futuristic.
 

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"Turkey’s military used the drones against Kurds in 2016. Since then, they’ve been used in Libya, Syria, and Ethiopia, and by Azerbaijan during its war against Armenia. Ukraine bought six in 2019 for military operations in the Donbas, but the drones caught the world’s attention in early 2022, when they helped thwart Russian invaders. "

Every single article is pushing the same narrative, no distinction between a left wing extremist Marxist terrorist organisation and the common Kurd. This agenda is in full swing against Turkiye, they intend to completely destroy Turkiyes social harmony and instigate potential civil war.

You have to wonder if american intelligence agencies oversea the american media in its entirety, every single of one of their media outlets pushing the same false narratives against Turkiye.

While all this black propaganda is taking place against Turkiye, we don't see the ak shills across social media exposing any of it.
 

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"Turkey’s military used the drones against Kurds in 2016. Since then, they’ve been used in Libya, Syria, and Ethiopia, and by Azerbaijan during its war against Armenia. Ukraine bought six in 2019 for military operations in the Donbas, but the drones caught the world’s attention in early 2022, when they helped thwart Russian invaders. "

Every single article is pushing the same narrative, no distinction between a left wing extremist Marxist terrorist organisation and the common Kurd. This agenda is in full swing against Turkiye, they intend to completely destroy Turkiyes social harmony and instigate potential civil war.

You have to wonder if american intelligence agencies oversea the american media in its entirety, every single of one of their media outlets pushing the same false narratives against Turkiye.

While all this black propaganda is taking place against Turkiye, we don't see the ak shills across social media exposing any of it.
They should call ISIS, "The Arabs". Because that's the same BS they do with "The Kurds".
 

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This was a really lovely documentary; recommend it to everyone, showcases the idealism and patriotic spirit in a more genuine and personal way and harbors many messages for some of the young generation of this country who have an injudicious sense of hopelessness and passivity.
 

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This was a really lovely documentary; recommend it to everyone, showcases the idealism and patriotic spirit in a more genuine and personal way and harbors many messages for some of the young generation of this country who have an injudicious sense of hopelessness and passivity.
did the company make the documentary themselves?
 
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