HOW THE MIGHTY HAVE FALLEN; TURKEY PREPARES FOR NEW TIES WITH SYRIA; ISIS PREPARES FOR ITS OWN DISSOLUTION; SAUDI ARABIA ON THE VERGE OF COLLAPSE – YAWN

HOW THE MIGHTY HAVE FALLEN; TURKEY PREPARES FOR NEW TIES WITH SYRIA; ISIS PREPARES FOR ITS OWN DISSOLUTION; SAUDI ARABIA ON THE VERGE OF COLLAPSE - YAWN 1

(Courtesy of Jarofquotes)

Well, Aleppo is now under the complete control of the Syrian Army.  The city, which was spared so much suffering in the beginning, remains a bastion of pro-government sympathies.  It was targeted by the terrorist groups because the Aleppans refused to demonstrate any support for the cause of decimating the nation or drowning it in a miasma of sectarianism.  The army has overtaken 2 square miles of industrial sectors inside the Layramoon suburb after the Turks had stripped it of all its wealth and mechanical attributes appropriate for a city of muscle.  That is all about to change.

Why?  The Turks are rethinking.  Erdoghan has fired Hakan Fidan, his formerly all-powerful chief of the Turkish Gestapo, the MIT.  The falling apart took place just after Erdoghan had his last conversation with Vladimir Putin during which time, it has been said, the Russian chief told Erdoghan that he would not ever consider restoring normal ties until the Turkish villain closed his borders to terrorists.  Erdoghan, amazingly, has appeared to agree.  In the meantime, opposition parties inside Turkey have begun to make contact with the Syrian government.  What was a curious aberration in Turk thinking – the idea that they could help Saudi Arabia by engineering the ouster of the Syrian government – has given way to a more pragmatic desire to go back to the days of wine and roses, when Ankara wanted to be friends with everybody in the neighborhood.  What happened instead, was they got exactly what they deserved:  1.  a war south of the border which effectively nullified trade, ruining families and drying up towns while bringing in hundreds of thousands of refugees who, for the most part,  refused to serve in the terrorist militias championed by the now-disgraced Hakan Fidan.  2.  a newly energized Kurdish militia bent on establishing an independent state abutting a Turkey which seems more and more to be breaking at the seams.  3.  miserable relations with Iran and Russia.  4.  miserable relations with Europe as Erdoghan began a slow descent into a Hell of his own making by reversing decades of modernistic change in his country, and all this for a type of Islam guaranteed to run the entire Islamic World into some frozen moment in the Dark Ages.  4.  a fine mess of terrorism when the same monsters they created turned on their Creator, a la Frankenstein, and soon, Istanbul and Ankara were made targets just as Syrian cities were savaged by the diseased vultures unleashed on them by the Saudi Arabian plutocrats playing boon friends to Erdoghan and his family of organized criminals.

And now, Saudi Arabia, a pariah state decried by hundreds of millions for its reckless support for nihilistic cannibals.  There is no secret here and the cat’s out of the bag – they can’t deny their ties to the very killers who committed the most heinous acts in modern history and all that for a diseased version of religion usually left to cults of death and monkey worship.  The Saudis are broke, financially and morally.  It is only a matter of a short time before one rises up and begins the holy war to liberate Arabia from the stench of Wahhabism.  Their war in Yemen, which even the traditionally war-mongering American “military—industrial complex” warned against,  has drained them and batted into their thick skulls what we all knew already:  you have no army and nobody will die for the House of Saud.  They now know this.  And it’s too late baby, it’s too late.

In he meantime, the Syrian opposition is beginning to look more like the cheerleaders at a prison softball game.  Nobody seems to care.  And soon, even the Qataris will stop housing them in 5-star hotels.  If they’re lucky, they might get some new identities and die pitifully in a town on the western Australian coast, unwept and welter to the parching wind, without the mead of some melodious tear.  The opposition is dead.  It has accomplished nothing but the destruction of the country.  They deserve nothing less than a noose or a stake to speed them into the bowels of Hell.

I am very optimistic that the war is about to end.  ISIS is already planning its own demise as our sources tell us that members of that group of freaks are being told that the Caliphate will not outlast King Salman.  The Caliph is dead.  We told you so. And they can’t hide it much longer.  We reported it and it is true.  They also got a taste of nuclear weapons and God doesn’t seem to be on their side any longer.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

The Tiger sends this hilarious slip by Kerry denouncing Jaysh Al-Islam and Ahraar Al-Shaam as subgroups of ISIS and Alqaeda:

https://twitter.com/walid970721/status/752868637208371200

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The list: rumors of 10 MiG21 in Syrian colors, secretly operated from within Turkey as a secret CIA op against Syria. Reports of 40 large personel transport military helicopters of Turkish army that officialy are gone mssing. Rumors about skirmishes in the only NATO base in ME that houses 70’s and 80’s nuclear warheads, in Turkey, also the base of (anti)ISIS operations in the area. The Event: The Tourkish Coop that failed that nobody seems sure about why it happened and who is responsible. The Timing: a few days after Russian strategic attack that NATO assets rumored/claimed they registered as… Read more »

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The outcome of the Turkish Coup. They don’t know where the choppers are. They won’t reveal the unaccounted nukes from the base inventory. 1 suspicious death of an American serviceman last Monday outside his appartment, they claimed it was on a 10th floor of a tall building at town of Incirlik. How many 10storie buildings does this small Turkish down has? That their last floors are not reserved for special operation purposes by various agencies from all around the world? Was the serviceman really killed while on dutty and not an accident him falling from top floor as mentioned in… Read more »

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1 helicopter at least is accounted for. The one that landed at Greece, Alexadropolis city. Initial claims of the 8 Turkish service men was they were being shot from the ground while on a transport mission in Instanbul so they just came up with the common idea ALL 8 OF THEM AT THE SAME TIME AT THE SPLIT OF A SECOND TO JUST GO OVER TO AN ENEMY COUNTRY WHICH THEIR AIR-FORCE OFTEN BREACHES ITS AIRSPACE AND JUST LAND THERE, WITHOUT ANY AIRDEFENCES ACTIVE TO SHOOT THEM DOWN OR AN NATIONAL AIR FORCE TO DETTER THEM. They just landed there…..… Read more »

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Canthama, my friend
I beg you to honour Ziad’s invitation to become a regular post writer in this blog and start opening new threads. It’s difficult to have access to 6 hundred+ comments and Ziad can share his time with us only when the struggle in his country gives him a small break. VIVA SYRIA.

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The good news continues inside Syria: 1) Al Qaeda nusrat attempt to retake Kinnsiba failed miserably, worth noting ratnews spread several fake news that nusrats and moderats have taken it easily as well as other sites, never happened that way, the battle was in the outskirt of it. On another point, the Desert Hawks and Sea Commandos must take Ain al Qantara and Jabal Nashhabba, east of Kinnsiba, or it will continue to suffer raids from Al Qaeda, these two sites protect the road to Kabanah (Kabani) and is key for Kinnsiba’s flank protection. Courtesy of Wikimapia: https://wikimapia.org/#lang=pt&lat=35.743029&lon=36.171284&z=15&m=b 2) The… Read more »

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The pic below is very good to show the last exit from Aleppo under rats, the yellow line shows the small road that links Bani Zayd and Kafr Hamra, this road is watched by the Tiger Forces but still doable to be used at night by car with lights off and certainly on foot.

https://twitter.com/Ald_Aba/status/754443830460551168

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I like most here detest Erodogan. But Erodogan appeared to have accepted the futility of the imperialist regime-change plot for Syria and Iran and went to make amends with Russia and Syria. So (true-to-form) the anglo-zionist scrambled to stab him in the back. This will have serious repercussions for the imperialists planned overt assualt on Syria. The title of this very blog page gives us all a huge clue; HOW THE MIGHTY HAVE FALLEN; TURKEY PREPARES FOR NEW TIES WITH SYRIA I found this article to be very telling also (mentioning that a lot of ‘coup-rebel’ troops thought they were… Read more »

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Suspected mastermind in Turkey coup served as military attaché to Israel http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2016/07/16/475524/turkey-coup-israel-attach Sat Jul 16, 2016 11:34PM A main suspect in the failed coup against the Turkish government formerly served as a military attaché to Israel, reports say. General Akin Öztürk, also the former commander of Turkey’s air force, was arrested on Saturday along with at least five other generals in connection to the failed coup. From 1998 to 2000, Öztürk served in Turkey’s Tel Aviv embassy and later went on to serve as the air force commander until he stepped down last year. He retained his seat in Turkey’s… Read more »

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Your naive piety is commendable, there is no democracy in Turkey and there never was, and there never will be one! Turkey is ruled and run by thugs and thuggery is modus operandi. This coup is more of joke than anything else, it just does not fit the pattern a regular coup d’etat, who ever is pulling the strings is laughing and amusing him/her self, on how gullible the plebeians are!

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Nah, that’s how incompetent the western leaders are these days. You assume they are qualified and competent for their jobs. There is no brains behind this coup. It is a mark of the times. Incompetent people in responsible positions. Things like this will happen more and more. God bless Putin, Assad and Lavrov. It’s the fault of western citizens for being complacent and allowing idiot psychopathic people to come to power. I notice this blog has such characters too. Why don’t you all calm down and strop pretending to be experts with your brain farts. (the guy behind Fats Dominoes… Read more »

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Maybe so.
Maybe it was all by design for Erdogan to consolidate power and put him in a credible position as an ally to Russia to be able to stab Russia in the back again, a ‘feint’ if you will. It does look like this coup operation was doomed to fail before it even started.

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Russia does not need any alliances.
Its power comes from the energy in thermonuclear weapon.
The force!

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Ummmm

Former attache to Israel eh?

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I believe that Erdogan himself was behind the coup. I believe that this is all a dissimulation to pretend to be at bad terms with USA and its allies, and to pretend to move towards Russia. Turkey plans to stab Russia and Syria in the back. All of this has to do with the fact that they are losing Aleppo and Idlib, i.e the border to Syria.

It will get nasty pretty soon. I hope Russia is on top of this.

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The thing is that Erdogan had already decapitated the army leadership long ago and put his own people in positions of power within the army, so this coup attempt should never have happened, the fact that it still did is testament to Erdogan’s weak grip over the army and the level of hate and mistrust between himself and that institution. Erdogan will now go on a mass purge of the army and put his own trusted people in all key positions but its unlikely that he will change the culture of this institution, at best he can keep a close… Read more »

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Operations: Joint Mossad / CIA / MIT cyberspace and on-the-ground operation. Countries: Turkey, Greece, Cyprus, Syria, Israel, Palestine, Ukraine, Georgia. Location: Primary / Incirlick Air-Base. Op. Target: Intended (public ops) : “BROKEN ARROW”. Mission Op. Parameters handling: Part of General Campaign with intention to relocate Israel Defence Force assets to the North of Syria inside Turkey and to the South of Syria Golan Heights. Manipulate public oppinion with perception operations creating a number of manufactured crisis with target to gradually legitimise the presence to the public of IDF operators in foreign battlefields. Colluding Goverments: Germany, USA, France, Turkey, Greece, Ukraine,… Read more »

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You wish?

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There are reasons to believe for instance the “Six Day War” between Syria, Israel, Egypt, Jordan in June 1967 was initially designed incorporating a false flag operation against USA personel executed by israel Defence Forces and a retaliation with a strategic nuclear attack towards Egypt in mind, that was executed and that was never materialised, cancelled mid air towards target.
This was the real “Samson Option” that Israel is talking about.
It seems Israel has activated their “Samson Option” again for a second time after 1967, 6 decades later.

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Anticipated directions of major campaign immediate operations: Purging against Alawi and Kurdish populations towards South Eastern Turkey. Major population relocation of Erdogan regime sympathizers towards Iskenderum (Alexandretta) Osmaniye, Clearing the way for a prolonged war against Syrian territories that will gradually inflame general regions in Lebanon, Syria, Palestine, Cyprus, South East and South Turkey. General testing and mobilisation of assets inside neighboring European countries, Cyprus North to South, Greece – Northern Greece center North Greece North East Greece, Greece Turkey land borders, West Thracia North Thracia Turkey Bulgaria borders. Intimidation of Secular / Kemalist / Kurdish populations in Instanbul region.… Read more »

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Understanding the Israel deceptive strategy. Erdogan is an Israel asset. Russian Insider has just put online an article by an alleged anti-Zionist in Israel claiming the “coop” was of pure chance and it will scare Erdogan so he has to move towards Iran and Russia alliance. This was one of the first early analyses of foreign analysts about Failed Turkish Coop. Sputnik international has also just aired an analyses by a Cypriot analyst. It was nearly the first analyses about the failed Turkish Coop. Although he takes a step away from conspiracy theorists he makes a case when he claims… Read more »

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The Iranian take on the attempted coup in Turkey is worth noting, although it may simply be diplomatic posturing. From Al Manar:

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu talked Saturday over the phone reviewing the latest developments in that country.

After the coup in Turkey, Zarif in a twitter post said, “Turkish people’s brave defense of democracy and their elected government proves that coups have no place in our region and are doomed to fail.”

http://english.almanar.com.lb/adetails.php?eid=278419&cid=22&fromval=1&frid=22&seccatid=55&s1=1

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There are a lot of theories concerning what has transpired in Turkey. My understanding is limited but here is one additional theory: 1. Erdogan does Washington’s bidding on Syria but 1) realizes the Russian-Iranian axis and its Iraqi and Syrian allies are going to prove victorious, 2) recognizes that the EU is its desperate state will never have him and may not be worth pursuing in any case, and 3) becomes worried with the U.S. support for Kurds (background: new transnational Kurdistan has long been neocon/neoliberal/zionist objective.) 2. U.S. removes all nonmilitary personnel from Incirlik AFB in early spring. 3.… Read more »

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Agree. Solid ideas.

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My assessment exactly! The straw that broke the camel’s back came when Turkey started filtering out comments that they might begin neutralizing ties with Syria. An enormous no-no in the Anglo-American Zionist Axis of perfidy and malfeasance. Then, for anyone to try and belittle Erdogan’s j’accuse of his nemesis’, US-based Gulen, hand in all of this is a sign of willful deception. Negatively though, for Erdogan and Turkey, the Western Globalist riff-raff have let the Turks know that instability and subversive acts can be brought upon them when deemed appropriate. From now on, this will force Erdogan to embrace and… Read more »

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Nasty Vlad has already swung it, that’s why it’s all happening. Hooray!

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…and he swung pretty hang around Palmyra…..

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GOOD ANALYSIS.

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not really relevant, but anyone know why iranmilitaryforum.net website has been suspended? Is it gone forever or moved to a new host now?

I sometimes check for things there.

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Methinks thou dost protest too much ……..

” US slams Turkey’s hint of US involvement in coup ”

http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2016/07/16/475523/US-blasts-Turkey-claim-of-US-role-in-coup

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Here is someone who thinks it was a Mossad/CIA hit (because of Erdogan’s recent equivocations concerning Russia) and that Erdogan may have had a clue that it was coming.

http://stateofthenation2012.com/?p=43511

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I am confused. For months people here have been saying that Erdogan was a US lacky. Now the same posters are saying the US planned the coup against Erdogan.. You can’t have it both ways.

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He changed hats. No harm in smartening up.. and realizing that being in nato, he ended destroying his own country for overseas nutcases.

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@Confused: Having it both ways? no problem for Exceptional US. Remember Saddam? Mubarak? Bin Laden? The Taliban?

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The Jews can never help themselves, having a pathological need to boast of their deeds ….

” Alleged coup leader was once military attaché to Israel ”

http://www.timesofisrael.com/alleged-coup-leader-was-military-attache-to-israel/

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The Erdogan Stalinist purge begins in Turkey. Who ever was behind the coup on thing is certain, Erdogan will be the beneficiary.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-07-16/erdogans-counter-coup-begins-turkey-purges-2745-judges-prosecutors-arrests-hundreds

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So funny the British still try to control the world. Eventhough they will shoot themselves dead by trying to do so. They are like a baboon with their hand trapped in a coconut, trying to hold on to control not capable of chosing life.

https://youtu.be/iz6a4WkKJn0

Hiroshima, Nagasaki, London, Paris, ?

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Where do you get all this nuclear war stuff from? Some of us live in these cities. Please have an attendant help you return to your room.

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He changed hats. No harm in smartening up.. and realizing that being in nato, he ended destroying his own country for overseas nutcases.

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The Dutch people also chose DEATH for 70 years.
No mercy with them.
http://dai.ly/x3ibd2t

http://www.liveleak.com/c/Genies_of_Death
You did not allow her (them) to live. So then no one shall live on this planet!
So be it Jedi!
The Rothschild’s, Rockefeller’s and other bankers are no match for the power of the dark side!

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Erdogen has the look of one who knows he is a “dead man walking.”

This gambit that has played has lifted the stakes and destroyed any diffusing so now all are mere participants in the coming train wreck, which cannot be averted.

I wonder if George Bush’s merry little jig at the funerals of the slain Texan police is connected?

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PETER -saw that little dance and his grin.That retard is the one of the reasons his brothers run never got off the ground….

I guess he was so happy he was invited to something-even tho it was a eulogy -he danced for joy..

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Obuma had a smile too!You can see how he was following Bushes lead.
The end of these loonies in the US just cant come fast enough.

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I wouldn’t pay any attention to the statements in support of democracy by Western leaders, if the coup had managed to achieve its aims then very different statements would have been made. This coup was pure CIA, Erdogan must kick the Yankis and all their minions out of the country right now, if he negotiates or attempts to come to an understanding with the Americans he’s finished. The situation is still unstable, i fear that there will be other provocations in the days and weeks ahead, and Jubair’s statement above which is nothing other than Washington’s view expressed by a… Read more »

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I think most supported the coup when it started having been fed Fuxx Nooz mush. A little deeper look into the pic and we saw what you see. Guess the average Syrian isn’t in the loop, with all the undercurrents.

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Youre always good for a laugh,Thanks

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To Spineless the Spineless, so Assad is also a lackey of the U.S, E.U, Russia etc etc etc, pmsl, so the madmans actions of imprisoning anyone against him has nothing to do with it right?.

Do you actually listen to yourself before opening your cakehole?.

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‘so the madmans actions of imprisoning anyone against him has nothing to do with it right’ They have a little to do with it but you can’t see the forest for the trees. The fact is that this was a US backed coup instigated by members of a gang whose leader resides in the US under CIA protection. Say whatever you want about Erdogan, you’re just a butthurt Assad fanboy who is so vindictive that you want other peoples and countries who stood against Assad to suffer chaos and destruction even if it is at the hands of Yanki backed… Read more »

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News arrived minutes ago that the Tiger Force may have fully captured the Humrah hill SE of Al Mallah farms, if confirmed, this completes the hills around Castelo road and give the allied forces full fire control of the road while it opens up the possibility to safely attack Al Shuqayyif Industrial sector and army base. Again, once confirmed, it may prove deadly for the the terrorists inside Handarat Camp once Al Shuqayyif is liberated, where it could be approached from several directions.

https://twitter.com/watanisy/status/754447622581215232

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Got confirmation of the hill, it is the Castello Hill (X marks the place on the map), by the Castelo road, meaning the Tiger Force is going for the kill on Bani Zayd and link with the 4th Mechanized that recently liberated most if not all Khalidieyh Industrial district, they have 1 km gap between both areas, the terrorists in Bani Zayd will have to decide very quickly whether they stay and die or flee

https://twitter.com/MIG29_/status/754448098567618560

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@ Canthama,

I would like to add one thing here: “…the terrorists in Bani Zayd will have to decide very quickly whether they stay and die… or flee and die…” :o)

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Lets hope they choose the former Canthama, then we will be rid of these traitors to humanity once and for all. I cannot understand the concept of somebody from one country going to kill and terrorize people in another country for a few shekels. You have to be mentally deranged to do this, without a soul or brain.

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THEY ARE ALSO ON DRUGS MOST OF THE TME-THE RIFT.

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Please reset the blog for sake of flowing Ziad.

Erdo knew that was coming.
Coup was idiotic organized.
FSB knew its coming,
CIA knew its coming
and Mossad quartet already trained a new dance for it.
Sick man of Bosporus is getting sicker by the day.
Ceterum autem censeo, Erdoginem esse delendam.

Punctually as I prognosted, Kinsaba and more of that borderland
got freed again.
Turk pulled all out from Irak and Syria.

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Sure cia noo, their DNA is on it.

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”Erdogan Must Be Destroyed” QED.

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From a military coup directly toward civil war in Turkey. The chaos ain’t over in Turkey. Do not expect for a second this whole thing is over, right now islamist mobs are terrorizing whole neighborhoods of Alevis and Kurds in many cities through out Turkey. HDP office in Antakia and many other cities under mob attack. https://twitter.com/sergermed/status/754401807548416000 https://twitter.com/agirecudi/status/754405063213379588 Islamist mobs got the taste of power, blood, “carte blanche” to torture & kill…and mob is always hard to control. Just in minutes ago: “Reports of gunfire and explosions are being heard at Incirlik AFB” – unconfirmed https://twitter.com/AmichaiStein1/status/754426533536727040 “Hurriyet reporting blast hit… Read more »

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“Reports of gunfire and explosions are being heard at Incirlik AFB” – unconfirmed ”

I will drink a glass of my finest wine if this is true. Hopefully, some NATO troops get whacked in the process.

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@Mieszko I,
Keep drinking, as you digest that a large number of NUKES are sitting at Incirlik.

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Canthama, i believe this was done by erdogan personally, the CIA (hate to say this as i hate them) had nothing to do with it as some here are saying, people should all notice how it wasn’t any islamist (sunni) that were part of this “coup”, it doesn’t matter to me cause Turkey is going to go downhill from here on, erdogan is a mad man, NATO “might” decide to cut them loose, this in turn will give Russia a green light to destroy his army which in turn will wreak havoc on the terrorists supplies. This will be a… Read more »

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I believe you have it, CHEVI. Ron Paul is carrying its own and Zero Hedge’s articles pointing that way.
My feeling is that if that many Turks support this demon, well, fuck them. They will reap the goddamn whirlwind, if not Purin’s Stalingrad too. I cannot see it all working to disadvantage Syria — although Gollum may find ways to commit more donmeh satanism.

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I think the coup was defeated because the Imperialists and Zionists had planned for it and had a plan put in place for such a contingency. The Erdogan Islamic Fascists seem to have it all choreographed. If the CIA had anything to do with this is was to set up the opposition to move ill-prepared and thus were exposed for extirpation and thus strengthen Erdogan’s iron-fisted hold on the country and keep it firmly in the NATO anti-Russian phalanx. I was watching those who immediately went to the main airport and they all looked like the same coterie of young… Read more »

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Methinks you’re 2 weeks behind times, B. PM and Intel chief fired. Turning to Ru, Ir, Sy, Ir.

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Methinks you’re 2 weeks behind times, B. PM and Intel chief fired. Turning to Ru, Iran, Sy, Iraq.

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Whatever the chaos is in the last weekend is I am smiling.
Keep going SAA(F) and RF, KILL the mother fuckers in mass, this is the chance to make a big fucking impact, when they sort their shit out, half will be fucking dead. Kill EM!

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Right , let’s take advantage of the chaos in Turkey to kick the rest of their terrorist Turkmen out of Syria and crush the Al Nursa terrorist in Aleppo NOW. If he didn’t false flag the coup himself, then perhaps the toad Erdogan was having second thoughts about continuing to support Al Nursa terroist and this was the reason for a CIA sponsored coup. Then they could put their own man in Fethula Gulen who just happens to be waiting in the wings. Perhaps that is why Erdogan cut off power and isolated the US/zionist at the Incirlik airbase, he… Read more »

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Clearly this was done so the Imperialists and Zionists would control the narrative.
RT targeted by massive DDoS attack during attempted Turkey coup
Published time: 16 Jul, 2016 19:00
Edited time: 16 Jul, 2016 21:04

http://on.rt.com/7jbx

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” Turkey Suspends All US Operations Against ISIS At Incirlik Airbase, Which Vaults B61 Nuclear Bombs ”

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-07-16/turkey-suspends-all-us-operations-against-isis-incirlik-airbase-which-vaults-us-b61-

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Do You know which allies Turkey still has after years of Erdogan in charge? Is there any?

Erdogan is stinking everywhere EU, Russia, neigbours.. even US and Israel.

I forgot… ugly mistress Merkel, is the last person he can count on.

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” koprolit” Erdogan still has them all as “allies”. I it were not so, the coup would have succeeded. Obama and Kerry announced early on that he’s still their butt boy. And he and the Zionist Project are on the same page for exploitation of Palestinians. Most of the EU is still in the NATO club with him. The EU leaders may fain objection to mollify their street hoi polloi but when push comes to shove, they still suck up to him. The Islamists love him because he has moved Turkey away from its historically secular basis. He’s a Turkish… Read more »

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NOT REALLY…SHE DO NO LET HIM LAND HIS JET IN GERMANY……

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” Turkey threatens WAR with America over cleric blamed for masterminding failed coup ”

http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/690106/Turkey-threatens-war-America-cleric-Gulen-military-coup

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Erdogan very dumb….now, they have to kill him to resolve this. He should have taken the money & left with his entourage, alive.

don’t all coups have CIA backing? No one else has unlimited funding. Turkey was swinging to Russia & East.

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I’m leaning toward US (CIA) being behind the coup attempt. That is what they do. Turkish flights banned from landing at US airports has got to hurt Turkey economically — Turkish Air, etc. Lots of dust in the air and it’s all pretty confusing. The only thing for certain is that Erdogan will purge enemies and consolidate power. Now is the time for Syrian military to kick butt and make gains. Looks like that is happening.

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CIA recipe for organizin a COUP in a country with Muslims

Bring more extremist Muslims to power. Or offer them the ring of power.

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If Erdogan wasn’t responsible himself, then my money is on the CIA (zionist crew). They are getting as bad as their old predecessor, the NKVD.

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BREAKING: Turkish Minister Blames US Authorities for Organizing Coup Attempt

http://m.sputniknews.com/politics/20160716/1043134590/turkey-minister-us.html

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http://blogs.rediff.com/mkbhadrakumar/2016/07/16/erdogan-has-nine-lives-survives-gulens-coup/

Respected geo-political analyist Bhadrakumar says the coup will push Turkey towards Russia and away from NATO. Syria and Iraq might benefit from this failed coup and it will hurt Saudi plans in Syria.

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@Jimmy: Thank you for providing the link to former ambassador Bhadrakumar’s insider info on the coup. I would have missed it because I stopped reading Asia Times when they carelessly lost Pepe Escobar. Bhadrakumar was ATOL’s most knowledgeable analyst, second only to the great Pepe. So it would seem that the folk who said this coup had CIA backing were right.

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Sorry Doctor. MK Badhrakumar is a wanker.

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Q: Respected geo-political analyist Bhadrakumar…

R: Bhadrakumar predicted the Assad regime would fall in the next 2 weeks… 3 years ago… never cared for any of his analysis ever since…

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Good article from Ulson Gunnar on the coup attempt in Turkey, worth reading it.

“Events are still developing, and regardless of the outcome, Turkey’s political landscape has descended one step further still into chaos and instability with the prospect of a united and stable Turkey emerging anytime soon very unlikely.”

http://journal-neo.org/2016/07/16/military-coup-in-turkey/

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Turkey has cut off the power and sealed Incirlik airbase [BBC].

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Looks like events in Turkey continue.

” Coup Supporters Seize Turkish Frigate, Hold Turkish Fleet Commander Hostage ”

http://sputniknews.com/middleeast/20160716/1043113334/turkish-frigate-seized-coup-supporters-commander-hostage.html

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My current thinking, on the Turkish coup, is that it was US / NATO sponsored. The dead giveaway being, that in the initial stages, the US State department was urging both sides to show restraint and prevent bloodshed. They only do this as a cover story when they support the attacking side. As the coup was showing signs of failing, the US changed its statements to supporting the democratically elected government, no matter how unpopular it might be. This was obviously to cover their tracks. Currently, there are reports that power has been cut to the US airbase at Incirlik,… Read more »

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Interesting developments this morning, Turkish regime is sending hostile messages to the US that places diplomacy in rough waters, I do not believe in any conflict between NATO “partners” but the relationship tends to sour in the short-mid term. Implications in Syria may be related to the US increasing support to the SDF and/or a shift in the possibilities with the Syrian Government.

“Turkish PM: “Fethula Gulen is in the USA. Any state that protects Gulen will be considered as hostile to Turkey.”

“US consulate in Ankara says power to Incirlik AFB has been cut; also access to the base.”

https://twitter.com/EjmAlrai/status/754309373636255744

https://twitter.com/CBSWalsh/status/754309527978270720

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If it wasn’t an Erdogan falseflag, a theory gaining ground and with a lot of evidence to suggest it (though I am not totally sure) then it was definitely US instigated.

What you said about how the US supported it and then later backtracked is totally true.

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I agree totally.

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“Mieszko I’ The CIA and Zionists did this to buy time to get their Erdogan thugs (the black shirt police) in place to mass arrest those in the military (brown shirts) they want eliminated to have total control for the NATO agenda. They needed to get their boys to their assignments from the HGOs HQs to start incidents and act like the SOROS color revolutionaries which they are. In other words, the coup was a means to energize support for Erdogan in a way the other false flag attacks had not. The CIA never intended for the coup to succeed… Read more »

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Berl: I’m not sure about that due to the narrative, as stated in my previous comment. Initial US comments are very telling about situations like this, and the ones that were made followed a common American pattern. Also, many news outlets are running stories suggesting that Erdogan staged this “coup” against himself. This sounds like an obvious cover story to cover the US/NATO tracks. Finally, power was shutoff to the US base by the Turks, which is a very serious move, and seems very unnecessary if this was an orchestrated US/ Erdogan plot. I could be wrong obviously, these are… Read more »

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BJH is out on his own strange tack. Let him rant.

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Saudi FM threatens Turkey over policy shift toward Syria By Zen Adra – 14/07/20168 Advertisement The Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia, Adel al-Jubeir, said that Turkey knows very well that it is incapable of betraying the Syrian opposition with such ease, questioning the sudden and unexpected shift of attitude adopted recently by the Turkish Prime Minister. “He [Turkish PM] is aware that Turkey is vulnerable to be divided by the Kurds; making such a fatal mistake will probably lead Turkey to collapse”. Al-Jubeir’s remarks came as he held, yesterday, bilateral meetings with US Secretary of State John Kerry and National… Read more »

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1) The Turkish army as a whole, dominated by secularists hates Erdogan. Then there are those light-Islamists from the Gulen movement who have infiltrated the army for decades who also hate him. 2) No coup in Turkey takes place without US approval and a few months earlier a Jewish former US official, Rubin, in a Newsweek article essentially encouraged a coup basically alluding to no repercussions if it took place. 4 months later…what happens? A failed coup takes place. 3) Was Erdogan prepared for such a scenario. Yes, I think he was. Especially due to the 4 previous Turkish coups… Read more »

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News from Yemen, the fight is very strong on the NW border with KSA since the latter has launched an offensive to gain back the border towns, Tuwal border crossing and few other villages.

While east of Sana’a, the Houti/Saleh forces have encircled a key military base under supporters of military invasion of Yemen and Hadi’s regime, Kofal camp – Brigade 312, it is on the highway toward Marib, 20 kms from it.

https://twitter.com/islamicworldupd/status/754252937623404544

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Fierce battle at Layramoun factories and industrial sector, the 4th mechanized advancing very fast.

https://twitter.com/IvanSidorenko1/status/754209409824350208

Info is still coming, not sure how far the 4th mechanized managed to gain on the map, no word of any attempt to take Dhahret abd Rabbo which would give the SAA a control of Castelo road part of the roundabout. Terrorists were fleeing the industrial sector and chased by artillery. This is important event, worth following closely.

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Elsewhere, maybe SouthFront, I heard that Layramoun factories overlook Bani Zaid, the main source of the gas canister bombs being fired into government held populated areas.

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Ivan S, with Tiger forces, says… ‘A lot of talk about the Layramoon Roundabout that’s not good, the roundabout is already under fire control, but securing it is impossible because Al Salat and Duhrat Abd Rabu are still hostile …. We reached Layramoon Roundabout … And then we will liberate the Salat, until we liberate all Anadan .. and as the bearded serpent entered our city, it will get out — but headless! The chaos is over and only cleansing is left .. and the most important thing is the safety of the soldiers in the field .. your prayers… Read more »

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Meanwhile in Syria : GREAT VICTORY THIS MORNING

The SAA has regained Shilif, Toubal & KINNSIBA, al in one strike. Huge victory which places the Al Qaeda nusrats and moderats at a possible run from their recent gains in Lattakia. No info on Ain al Qantara, but it has to be liberated ASAP to make Kinnsiba safe.

https://twitter.com/sayed_ridha/status/754264470696759299

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I take it that this coup is a desperate last ditch attempt to stop Erdogan turning Turkey into another islamic state. Early BBC reports suggested the aim of the coup was to stop the erosion of democracy and restore secular principles by amending the Constitution. Setting the method to one side, I can wholeheartedly support the intention. After calling in the think tankers, though, the BBC is now portraying the conflict as between military rule and democracy. It will be difficult to overturn this easily digestible oversimplification. Western diplomacy is currently pushing us down the path from one Islamic State… Read more »

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1. Might have been organized by Erdogan himself.

2. Might have been organized by the CIA since Erdogan immediately accused Gulem in Pensylvannia.

3. We will see. Is it really important what happens in Turkey? The more misery they have over there the better.

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Thuc, another theory of mine is that he found out who hated him in the army, then coaxed them into thinking that a coup is overdue, maybe telling these few that the whole army is with them, this would have helped him imprison any army personell threatening his rule, it would also shore up more support for him, it would out all his enemies, but it wont matter, turkey is going to go down economically which in turn will increase unemployment which will create poverty and then will create a coup, either way, he is screwed, mark my words, the… Read more »

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Chevi, that is correct, the situation in Turkey will most likely go downhill economically, as mentioned last night Turkey rely strongly on tourism and this has been hit hard by the Russian’s sanctions, then Atartuk airport terrorist attack and then now a wide spread chaos with violence all over the country, tourist do not like to few unsafe. Less tourists the higher the unemployment, and that will be a lot of Turks without a job. On top of that, the rally last night is showing the country is divided, and not necessary military vs islamists, but within the people as… Read more »

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I think it’ll clear quickly..

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He allowed it to happeen and will use it to purge all his enemies and worse.

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Jabhat al Nusra ISIS and affiliates have Erdoghan’s back They were active last night on the streets
like Valkyrie. Hiitler condemned the German Army after it and put his trust in the SS
Erdoghan now has his own storm trooper equivalent

The Turksh Kurds are expecting Erdogan to unleash these psychos agin them in the near future if so then the EU can expect an exodus of Turkish Kurds and other minorities that will be Biblical in scale

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In the absence of foreign support, the terrorists would quickly run out of money, weapons and explosives. Other than saying that, I’m not keen on digressing either, Thuc. We’ll never know the truth.

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I think you’re barking up the wrong tree

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VT do an analysis of the bombing of the Turkish Parliament and conclude it was a micronuke.

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2016/07/15/turkish-parliament-nuked-during-coup-attempt/

This and the nuke mentioned by Ziad, as well as the others in the lead up to this coup indicate WWIII, having already started a while ago, is about to become a more embroiling affair.

We probably won’t know who flashed the parliament, but my money is on the usual suspects!

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Syria Emergency Meeting in Russia: State Department & White House Acting Strange

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnwhiwwS1fw

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This is a worthy video, a must watch, it is a rare opportunity to see in actions how the US Government does not control the country, but other forces do, very telling, look at how difficult it is for them to select the right wording, amazing, tks so much for sharing it.

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CANTH–u r correct–BUT if u want a better one CLICK on the one that comes after it.That is compelling…………………or-how politicians lie…….

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Aleppo is falling and Mosul is next. Hakan Fidan has been ousted. Turkey under Erdogan’s has turned away from NATO and is moving strongly in the direction of partnership with Russia.

And here is one more reason why fucking zionist warpig scumbags absolutely MUST remove Erdogan from power asap.

Urgent: Secret Negotiations regarding Syria

http://www.voltairenet.org/article192840.html

I believe the coup has failed and the question now is whether Erdogan’s enemies are strong enough to ignite a full blown Turkish civil war.

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I agree that the coup has failed but it is only the beginning of the US backed destabilization attempts, there is already a de facto civil war among the elites, otherwise no way could the military pull off such an operation, not without high level backing within the regime. Davutoglu was often the one chairing military meetings when he was still prime minister, much more so than Erdogan, these meetings included the tomb operation and were all generally focused on Syria strategy in a pro NATO direction. There is a large pro NATO clique in the General Staff headquarters and… Read more »

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Shot the fuck up you little filthy smelly spineless inbred mongoloid monster

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Copycat Fats,

Play nice or don’t play at all.

(The Original) Fats

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we already did play nice, i don’t see you doing the same

fuck right back off to saudi arabia and drink your camel piss there you filthy hypocrite

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Spineless,

I’m not sure this is the best example of “playing nice”. Might want to have another look at your idea of polite language.

Best,

Fats

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Turkey Coup is now looking more half hearted and a possible Erdogan setup to cement his reigns on power. Lots of pro-democracy rhetoric now coming out of the hebrew controlled media. Western democracy is just a soft version of Soviet communism all dressed up in new wrapping by the progressive liberals. (Lenin/Trotskyist).

In other news, US vetoes terrorist designation for Al Qaeda terrorist in Syria. Who’d a thunk it?

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Wether this was done by erDOGan or not, it’s all over for him, expect a few more coup attempts, again, this was never about religion, this is a war between good and evil, and there will be many religions sticking together on both sides.

But either way this is great news, saw the dog in a press conference stating he is in charge, either way he won’t be alive to realise his “new Caliphate” nor will it even come to realisation.

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Looking like you may be wrong. Read the next few comments.

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Thomas , did not put a timeline on his demise, it will happen, the coup might have been real, it might have been coaxed, its not relevant, erdogan is fucked, things will get worse for turkey and HE will bear the brunt.

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Thomas …you are wrong .Beginning of end of ERDOGAN start on sept. 2015.He realize he got to change his behavior toward Russians and Syrians too..but it is way too late…..He will not be there before end of the summer believe me.

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Sure he’ll be there. Whose gonna knock him out, Nato? And as Sy. refugees go home his halo will shine.

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OK, SOON THE GRECO-TURKISH WAR WILL START.
GET READY RUSSIA.
THIS WAS A TEST RUN.
THEY WILL ATTACK SYRIA AND CLOSE THE BOSPHORUS TO AGITATE RUSSIA.
IF THE TURKISH AIRFORCE WAS PART OF THIS COOP, THEN WE WILL BE SEEING DEAD GREEK PILOTS ALL OVER THE AEGEAN SOON.

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If I recall, it was Vanga who said the great war will start when Turkey attacks Greece, The world will watch till Greece is almost destroyed, then it will spread wider.

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Here is picture of the Fatz out trying to stop the coup (and save the NWO) single handedly.

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A coup d’etat in Turkey is obviously great news from the Syrian perspective. And it doesn’t matter whether it is successful or not. The civil war in Turkey is better than overthrowing Erdogan. Partitioning of Turkey is the best outcome. It’s inevitable. It’s just a matter of how it happens. The funny anti-Assad Turkish boys are crying here, I see. …lol… On the other hand… If USA wants to bring Erdogan down, his survival may be somewhat useful for Syria. Since he would be working against his former friends afterwards. Though, the fate of Turkey will not change in the… Read more »

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Not true. A successful coup against Erdogan will be terrible for Syria, Russia and Iraq, amongst many others. It will be great news for Israel however. Having been trained to hate Erdogan, by years of zionist propaganda (there is no other kind), very intelligent people are missing the forest for the trees. Erdogan represents Turk Nationalists. His enemies include: Israel, NATO-Gladio, MIT-CIA and the Gullenists plus all those who first conceived and executed the war against Syria. Only Nationalists can defeat Zionists. Everywhere and anywhere. Forever and always. Period. ISIS is on the verge of collapse. Its controllers are desperate… Read more »

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I agree with your assessment Alfa. The developments of the last few weeks, most notably, Russo-Turkish rapprochement, ISIS’s military setbacks in both Syria and Iraq, and the BIGGIE, a possible renewal of normalizing ties with the Syrian govenment proved too much for the Globalist ilk. You can say everything you want against Merdogan. But the bottom line is: he’s a Nationalist. I can only guess that the Russians, probably through Iranian backdoor diplomatic channels, tried to talk some sense into him to come round and accept the fait accompli in Syria and Iraq and in the process, safeguard his nation’s… Read more »

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@alfa
What’s not true? I said that Erdogan survival may be somewhat useful, but not good for Syria. It works as a rule: divide your enemies and defend yourself.
Erdogan is a Turk nationalist? Yeah. And that’s supposed to be good for Syria? …lol… Actually that’s the problem. He attacks Syria because of Turkish nationalism and imperialism.
And Turkey is the main master o ISIL. How come you don’t know that? Have you any brain?
Are you a Turkish boy? Certainly Turks try to muddle the waters on this issue.