Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Why did Turkey shoot down the Russian plane?

On 24 November 2015, Paul Watson said this at the Infowars site:
"Turkey shot down a Russian Su-24 fighter jet it claimed had violated Turkish airspace just days after threatening Moscow with 'serious consequences' if it continued bombing ISIS in Syria... The incident occurred just days after Turkish officials warned Russia to 'immediately end its operation' against ISIS after war planes bombed border regions... 
Shooting down the Russian jet may be a dangerous form of payback for Vladimir Putin’s two month bombardment of ISIS. Although a NATO member country, a deluge of evidence suggests that Turkey is in fact allied with ISIS and has helped the terror organization by providing safe passage and financing via black market oil sales. 
$800,000,000 worth of ISIS oil has been sold in Turkey, a supposed U.S. ally. ISIS trucks are routinely allowed to cross back and forth between the Islamic State stronghold of Raqqa and Turkey.  
As Nafeez Ahmed documents, a large cache of intelligence recovered from a raid on an ISIS safe house this summer confirms that 'direct dealings between Turkish officials and ranking ISIS members was now ‘undeniable'.' 
The senior western official who made this revelation also added that Turkey is allied with Ahrar al-Sham and Jabhat al-Nusra, two Al-Qaeda offshoots in Turkey who are fighting to topple Assad. A former ISIS communications technician also told Newsweek that part of his job was to, 'connect ISIS field captains and commanders from Syria with people in Turkey on innumerable occasions.' 'ISIS commanders told us to fear nothing at all because there was full cooperation with the Turks,' he said."

It's not just Turkey backing ISIS. 

You must remember that Cameron and a variety of parliamentary warmongers were desperate to invade Syria back in 2013. If they had been allowed to do so, they would have been doing their best to topple Assad alongside ISIS and all the other Al-Qaeda-type jihadis.

And then there is a great deal of evidence and even more commentary and conjecture suggesting that the USA and Saudi Arabia funded ISIS into existence, again so that the West could be rid of Assad, just as the West rid itself of Saddam and Gadaffi.

If you're unaware of the real reasons we're almost on the verge of WW3, (Putin is rightly furious), the invasion of Iraq, which precipitated the horror (war, refugees, slaughter on the streets of Europe) was assured in the year 2000, when Saddam dispensed with the dollar and decided to sell Iraq's oil in exchange for Euros instead.

On 30 October 2000, CNN told us this: 
"A U.N. panel on Monday approved Iraq's plan to receive oil-export payments in Europe's single currency after Baghdad decided to move the start date back a week. Members of the Security Council's Iraqi sanctions committee said the panel's chairman, Dutch Ambassador Peter van Walsum, would inform U.N. officials on Tuesday of the decision to allow Iraq to receive payments in euros, rather than dollars... Iraq has called the dollar the currency of an 'enemy state'."
US Congressman, Ron Paul, said this in a 14 February 2006 speech before the House of Representatives:
"There was no public talk of removing Saddam Hussein because of his attack on the integrity of the dollar as a reserve currency by selling oil in Euros. Many believe this was the real reason for our obsession with Iraq. I doubt it was the only reason but it may well have played a significant role in our motivation to wage war. Within a very short period after the military victory, all Iraqi oil sales were carried out in dollars. The Euro was abandoned."
William Clark, Manager of performance improvement at Johns Hopkins University, said this in a 15 February 2003 article:
"Although completely unreported by the U.S. media and government, the answer to the Iraq enigma is simple yet shocking. It is in large part an oil currency war. One of the core reasons for this upcoming war is this administration's goal of preventing further Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) momentum towards the euro as an oil transaction currency standard. However, in order to pre-empt OPEC, they need to gain geo-strategic control of Iraq along with its second largest proven oil reserves."
Economist F. William Engdahl, author of 'A Century of War: Anglo-American Oil Politics and the New World Order,' said this in a 31 October 2003 article:
"But November was when French and other Euroland members finally convinced Saddam Hussein to defy the United States by selling Iraq’s oil-for-food not in dollars, ‘the enemy currency’ as Iraq named it, but only in euros... This little-noted Iraq move to defy the dollar in favor of the euro, in itself, was insignificant. Yet, if it were to spread, especially at a point the dollar was already weakening, it could create a panic sell-off of dollars by foreign central banks and OPEC oil producers. 
In the months before the latest Iraq war, hints in this direction were heard from Russia, Iran, Indonesia and even Venezuela... All indications are that the Iraq war was seized on as the easiest way to deliver a deadly pre-emptive warning to OPEC and others, not to flirt with abandoning the Petro-dollar system in favor of one based on the euro. 
Iraq was not about ordinary chemical or even nuclear weapons of mass destruction. The ‘weapon of mass destruction’ was the threat that others would follow Iraq and shift to euros out of dollars, creating mass destruction of the United States’ hegemonic economic role in the world."
The identity of most of the leading Neocons, who had been clamouring for Gulf War 2 ever since the first one ended, illuminates the second reason Iraq was attacked.

The following commentators are Jewish:

The following whistle-blowers, who confirm the role played in the creation of ISIS by the USA et al, are also Jewish:
One high-ranking non-Jewish politician informed us of the role our own politicians had played in Syria's destabilisation:
In March 2007, the aforementioned General Wesley Clark had advised us of America's long-standing intent to 'take out seven countries in five years.'

I don't like bully boys, never have and I hate them when they do terrible things in my name.

If world war does come, America and Israel in particular and the West in general will have done much more to bring it about than the ISIS butcher, Bashar Assad and Vladimir Putin.

Just in case you're in any doubt, I was all for Putin sorting out the ISIS problem, particularly when the West was reluctant to do much more than pretend. If Cameron and co. were genuine about helping to remove ISIS from the picture, alongside Russia, the Syrian army and the Kurds, this time round I'd be up for our involvement.

I think the downing of the Russian plane has shown us where Turkey's loyalty really lies.

Turkey is a member of NATO. An undeniable ally of ISIS in Syria is a member of NATO. Not only that, Cameron, Merkel and Juncker want Turkey in the EU. Turkey, despite the ISIS connection, is best pals with the West. (As is Saudi Arabia - despite being the main monetary sponsor of ISIS)

If push comes to shove, our leaders will be on the side of the country that backs ISIS, as opposed to the country trying to defeat it. We are the bad guys, ladies and gentlemen. When we vote the moral leper into power, we should not be surprised when he does leprous things.

As you try to work out what our military and political leaders are up to in Syria after Cameron wins the forthcoming vote, check out Social Media for the real news, you won't get much of it from the BBC and the rest of the mainstream media, that's for sure.

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